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377. Rebecca Elizabeth DOYLE (Rebecca W. STANGER7, Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Rebecca Elizabeth was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on June 23, 1878. Rebecca Elizabeth died in 1523 S. Branson (her home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 3, 1962; she was 84. Rebecca Elizabeth was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 6, 1962; she was 84.
Had 11 grandchildren and 9 gr-grandchildren at her death; lived in Marion 43 yrs.
On July 12, 1898 Rebecca Elizabeth married Charles F WEIGAND, in Grant County, Indiana. Charles F was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, after July 14, 1950; he was 83. Charles F was born in Bellaire, Belmont County, Ohio, in 1867. Charles F died in 1523 South Branson (home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 14, 1950; he was 83.
Died of "complications"; he had been ill only 4 days.
They had the following children:

i. Fred. Fred was born in 1901. Fred died in 1905; he was 4.

ii. John D. John D. was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. John D. was born in Friendship, WV, on July 16, 1906. John D. died in Marion General Hospital, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on October 24, 1977; he was 71.

Died of heart trouble. Needham and Son Funeral Home.


iii. Joseph C. Joseph C was born in Sistersville, WV, on January 18, 1904. Joseph C died in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on December 15, 1979; he was 75. Joseph C was buried in Gardens of Memory Cemetery, Huntington County, Indiana, on December 18, 1979; he was 75.

Joseph C married Lucille JONES. Lucille was born in Gas City, Grant County, Indiana, on February 12, 1898. Lucille died in Marion General Hospital, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on May 13, 1984; she was 86. Lucille was buried in Gardens of Memory Cemetery, Huntington County, Indiana, on May 16, 1984; she was 86.


Additional obit: Marion Chronicle Tribune May 15, 1984 Raven Funeral

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iv. Doyle.

654 v. Thomas (1899-1994)

655 vi. Hannah (1909-1993)

vii. Patrick.

656 viii. Mary Catherine

ix. Paul A. Paul A. was born in Friendly, WV, in April . Paul A. died on December 23, 1993 in Marion General Hospital, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Paul A. was buried on December 27, 1993 in Estates of Serenity (IOOF), Marion, Grant County, Indiana.

Obit said he was born in Sistersville, WV. Owen-Weilert-Duncan Funeral Home. Employed by Marion City Parks Department.
657 x. James A. (1917-1997)
378. Thomas William DOYLE (Rebecca W. STANGER7, Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Thomas William was buried in IOOF Cemetary, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Thomas William was born about 1918. Thomas William was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on July 2, 1885. Thomas William died in Marion General Hospital, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on February 28, 1963; he was 45.
Lived in Marion for 72 yrs; had 5 grandchildren at time of death
On February 4, 1913 Thomas William married Goldie May POLING, in St Paul's California Ch, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Goldie May was born in 1889. Goldie May died in 1947; she was 58. Goldie May was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in 1947; she was 58.
They had the following children:

i. T. Joseph. T. Joseph was born in 1914. T. Joseph died in 1944; he was 30. T. Joseph was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in 1944; he was 30.

Was 10 yrs old in 1924 St Paul's Dir
ii. William J. William J was born about 1918.

Was 6 yrs old in 1924 St Dir Lived at one time at 7115 Premium St,

Long Beach, Ca 90808

379. Charles J DOYLE Jr. (Rebecca W. STANGER7, Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Charles J died in August . Charles J was buried in Anderson, Indiana. Charles J was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on March 3, 1881.
Lived in Anderson, Madison Co, IN. Also lived in North Vernon.
Charles J married Mabel CLOUD.
They had the following children:

658 i. Mary

ii. James S. James S was born in 1908. James S died in 1980; he was 72.

Family of William John SHAWHAN (181) & Anna Eliza McGIBNEY

380. Willett Oliver SHAWHAN (William John7, Oliver O.6, Mary5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Willett Oliver was born in Pennsylvania on February 3, 1882. Willett Oliver died in Pennsylvania on November 1, 1936; he was 54.
About 1900 Willett Oliver first married Mary Jane SCOTT, in Pennsylvania. Mary Jane was born in Pennsylvania on July 23, 1878. Mary Jane died in Pennsylvania on March 6, 1902; she was 23.
They had the following children:

659 i. Elmer Howard (1900-1973)

ii. Hazel Belle. Hazel Belle was born in Pennsylvania on November 5, 1900. Hazel Belle died in Pennsylvania on November 27, 1900; she was <1.
On September 5, 1905 Willett Oliver second married Anne Elizabeth CROFT, in Pennsylvania. Anne Elizabeth was born in IRE on December 24, 1883.
They had one child:

i. Willett. Willett was born after 1905.



Family of Maude Jane CRAIG (182) & John Lee WHITAKER

381. Robert Brown WHITAKER (Maude Jane CRAIG7, Imogene SHAWHAN6, Daniel5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Robert Brown was born in 1883.
Robert Brown married Jessie SEYMOUR.
They had one child:

i. Mary Jane. Mary Jane was born in 1912.



Family of Mary Ann (Molly) SHAWHAN (184) & Richard M. JONES

382. Eva Sylvia JONES (Mary Ann (Molly) SHAWHAN7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Eva Sylvia was born in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, in August 1870. Eva Sylvia died in Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, in 1947; she was 76. Eva Sylvia was buried in Mt. Lebanon Cem., Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in 1947; she was 76.
After 1913 Eva Sylvia first married Joe NUNEMAKER, in Beverly, Washington, Ohio.
On September 29, 1899 Eva Sylvia second married John Seldon "Jack" MILLER, son of George MILLER & Mary HARTFORD, in Washington Colorado, Ohio. John Seldon "Jack" was born in Morgan County, Ohio, in 1868. John Seldon "Jack" died in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, in 1915; he was 47.
They had the following children:

i. George Richard. George Richard was born in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, about 1900. George Richard died in Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, after 1963; he was 63.

George was only 15 years old when he was wounded in WWI.
660 ii. Mary Inez (1898-1997)

iii. John Hayward. John Hayward died in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. John Hayward was born in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, about 1902.

John Hayward first married Alice BLACK.

John Hayward second married Gladys HARMON.

661 iv. Roy (1893-)
383. Margaret "Sadie" JONES (Mary Ann (Molly) SHAWHAN7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Margaret "Sadie" was born in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, in 1873. Margaret "Sadie" died in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, about 1964; she was 91.
On September 2, 1899 Margaret "Sadie" married Bert HENRY, in Washington Colorado, Ohio. Bert was born about 1873.
They had one child:

i. Marie.

Marie married KELM. They were divorced in Divorced.

Family of William Woodward SHAWHAN (186) & Mary Catherine FORTNEY

384. Robert D. SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Robert D. was born in WV on March 21, 1891. Robert D. died in Winter Park, FL, in 1975; he was 83.
Robert was known as being excellent with his hands, particularly as a carpenter who would buy homes in need of repair, then remodel them and resell them for a profit. He also built a little church for his sister Pearl in Little Rock Camp, WV.
About 1912 Robert D. married Hattie Mae BEAVER, in WV. Hattie Mae was born on May 29, 1890. Hattie Mae died in Winter Park, FL, in 1977; she was 86.
Hattie met Robert in Gypsy, WV, where he was a coal miner and Hattie was one of the girls who brought drinking water to the workers.
They had the following children:

662 i. Victor Emanuel (1914-1984)

663 ii. Robert Hugh (1921-)

iii. Clifford J. Clifford J. was born in WV in 1912.

Clifford enlisted in the US Navy before WWII and was serving as a Chief Motor Machinist on a minesweeper in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked; despite intense strafing, he was able to start the boat's engines and get underway thru the Harbor entrance; he subsequently served throughout the war, on the minesweeper, in campaigns across the Pacific.
664 iv. William Irving (1918-)
385. Hugh Benjamin SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Hugh early on moved to Hazard, KY but would always return for the annual reunions at which time he would take numerous pictures. He often arrived in a mobile home-type vehicle in which he would eat and sleep with his family.
Hugh Benjamin married Belva.
They had the following children:

i. Wabern.

ii. Mary Catherine.
386. Howard Wesley SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Howard Wesley was born in Steubenville, Ohio, on August 27, 1904. Howard Wesley died in Clarksburg, WV, on April 6, 1985; he was 80.
Howard was a miner who is also remembered for his love of hunting frogs and turtles, which usually ended up in the cook pot.
On March 14, 1925 Howard Wesley married Iota Marie POWELL, in Hepzibah, WV. Iota Marie was born in Hepzibah, WV, on March 14, 1904. Iota Marie died in Clarksburg, WV, on February 27, 1982; she was 77.
They had the following children:

665 i. CoraBelle (1925-)

ii. Margarite Ellen. Margarite Ellen was born on September 1, 1927.

Margarite Ellen married Burdell HANEY.

666 iii. Mary Lavina (1930-)

iv. Billie Lee. Billie Lee was born in WV on September 12, 1932. Billie Lee died in WV on March 21, 1934; she was 1.



667 v. John Howard (1939-)
387. Marcey Pearl SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Marcey Pearl was born in Marietta, Ohio, on March 16, 1899. Marcey Pearl died in Wallace, WV, on January 13, 1996; she was 96.
Pearl was the family historian and much of what you see in this lineage was due to her maintenance of the family Bible and related records. She raised nine children when times were very hard in this coal mining region of West Virginia and was noted for her firm religious beliefs and for her generosity to one and all. Her children recall her superb cooking, in all situations, especially the "white gravy, cooked with butter, milk, and occasionally ham leavings, with homemade bread, cornbread, or biscuits". For a time, in the 1930s, the family lived in a log house, with three rooms -- "a big room where we kids slept, usually four to a bed, a dining room where Mom and Dad slept, and a long kitchen". Sometimes, when guests were present, some of the kids would sleep up in an attic loft, and they remember waking up to find snow on their bed because it had blown thru the chinks in the logs during the night. They had a "three holer (outhouse) -- two normal size and a smaller one for the babies". The family had many moves, resulting in Pearl's comment that "the chickens got so used to moving that they would roll over and lift their legs to be tied." Another of her bits of advice was "As you travel down life's pathway, no matter what your goal, keep your eye on the doughnut and not on the hole." She enjoyed poetry and found great pleasure in the fact that her kin, James Martin Shawhan, of Marietta, Ohio, had published a book on poems, titled "Unpolished Pebbles". Her son, Thomas Lowell, built a new home for her, but she didn't feel comfortable in it. A busy, active, compassionate person, Pearl cared for the little cemetery at the top of Trouser Leg Hill; she also made favors to take with her on her once-a-month visits to a local nursing home, and made a quilt for each new family baby. In addition, she always made an early Sunday morning visit to light the fires and make sure that everything at her church, the Little Rock Camp Baptist Church, was ready for services. On top of all of that, Pearl also cooked at the local school, which was attended by many of her children and grandchildren. It was Pearl who was behind the annual July 4th Shawhan/Earnest reunion, attended by relatives near and far. Pearl's home was in the same hollow in which lived many of her children and other kin folk, such as the Powers family; the house was just below the Baptist Church, which was located at the fork in the road. It wasn't unusual for "Mammaw" to have one or more grandkids staying overnight with her. When Pearl passed away in 1996, she left behind many fond memories and 101 gr-gr-gr-children.
On May 20, 1920 Marcey Pearl married John Hager EARNEST, son of Gorton Christopher EARNEST & Mary Ellen WORECK, in Hepzibah, WV. John Hager was born in Becky's Creek, WV, on February 2, 1900. John Hager died in Wallace, WV, on November 24, 1950; he was 50.
John is remembered by his children as being a jack-of-all-trades, who would try anything to put food on the table when the coal mines would close down. He raised a few cattle, chickens, and hogs and operated a saw mill for a time. Though there were nine children in the family, and occasionally a couple more "strays", they never went hungry. He died of a heart attack, during the Thanksgiving, 1950 snow storm, after his car broke down and he had to walk almost 10 miles through the snow to get home, dying that same night. The name "Earnest" was originally "Ernst" when the family first immigrated to the US from Germany, probably in the 1700s.
They had the following children:

668 i. June Mertis (1921-)

669 ii. Mollie Katherine (1923-)

670 iii. Jack Brannon (1924-)

671 iv. Harold Lee (1926-1992)

672 v. Carl Richard (Dick) (1928-)

673 vi. George Allen (~1930-)

674 vii. Lowell Thomas (1931-)

675 viii. John (1935-)

676 ix. Phyllis Ann (1939-)


388. Edward Murray SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Edward was a career US Navy enlisted man who served around the world; he was at Pearl harbor, stationed on a battleship, when the Japanese attacked on Dec. 7, 1941 -- his ship was one of the few that survived the attack. He also served during the atomic bomb tests at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific. One way or another he managed to visit his sister Pearl, every year, back in West Virginia, though he lived on the West Coast, and would tell stories about his travels and bring gifts for her children.
Edward Murray married Waneta WITMER.
They had the following children:

i. David.

ii. Murray.
389. George SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). George was born in WV on February 1, 1906. George died in WV on March 25, 1944; he was 38.
George was killed in a mine explosion from which one of his brothers, Howard, and his brother-in-law, John Earnest, barely escaped.
George married Thelma COBURN.
They had the following children:

677 i. Betty Jean

678 ii. Loretta "Lou" Ann

679 iii. George "Sonny"


390. William Woodrow SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William Woodrow was born in WV.
William was known as "Peach" -- as in "Peaches and Cream". He was also a miner. He would often join his brother Howard in the fun of hunting frogs and turtles. He lived with his sister Pearl for many years, and is remembered by her grandchildren for the stories he used to tell and the wood toys he made for them. Peach also did a little moonshining on the side, using old, shut-down mines for his still locations. A family story tells of Peach being approached, in Hepizibah, by a revenue agent who was trying to trap Peach into selling him some moonshine. As it turned out, Peach was holding a shoe box with four pints in it; he told the agent that he probably could find four pints for him, and asked for the money so that he could go off and find some -- he asked the revenue agent to hold his "shoes" until he returned -- of course Peach never returned. Eventually Peach was sent to jail for six months in Moundsville, WV, for bootlegging; he worked in the mines owned by the jail to make the time go faster. He and his nephew Carl used to work in the mines at Zeising and in the Newman mines at Little Rock Camp.
William Woodrow married Agnes ZIRKLE.
They had one child:

i. William Woodrow.


391. Gladdis SHAWHAN (William Woodward7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Gladdis was born in WV in September 1896.
Gladdis married Dorpha SHIPMAN.
They had the following children:

i. Richard.

Richard had a set of twin girls by his Aunt, Agnes Zirkle Shawhan, the wife of his Uncle Peach.
ii. Shirley.

iii. Joe.

iv. Arlene.

v. Naydene.

vi. Rosemary.

Family of Jarvis Matthew SHAWHAN (187) & Cecilia Frances GRIGSBY

392. Miller Shaffer SHAWHAN (Jarvis Matthew7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Miller Shaffer was born in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, on November 10, 1895. Miller Shaffer died in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, on July 20, 1959; he was 63.
Miller served with the AEF in WWI, was gassed, and eventually died of lung cancer, but not before he wrote a manuscript about his experiences. His daughter, Celia Patricia, "Pat", a Blue Cross administrator, enhanced the manuscript into a book, including original caricatures drawn by her father. Miller's wife, Sarah, worked in a bank and as a bookkeeper.
On August 17, 1920 Miller Shaffer married Sarah Maria TATE, in Canton, Stark County, Ohio. Sarah Maria was born in Brilliant, Jefferson County, Ohio, on October 29, 1896.
They had the following children:

i. Jean Ann. Jean Ann was born in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, on April 30, 1927. Jean Ann died in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, on February 18, 1928; she was <1.

ii. Celia Patricia. Celia Patricia was born in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, on June 17, 1931.

680 iii. Mary Elizabeth (1921-)


393. Eva Valeria SHAWHAN (Jarvis Matthew7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Eva Valeria was born in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, on July 13, 1897. Eva Valeria died in Ohio in March 1970; she was 72.
About 1919 Eva Valeria married Plummer B. BELL. Plummer B. was born in 1895. Plummer B. died in 1972; he was 77.
They had the following children:

681 i. Geneva Mae (1921-)

682 ii. Plummer Bryan (1932-)
394. Hobert Hix SHAWHAN (Jarvis Matthew7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Hobert Hix was born in Smithfield, Jefferson County, Ohio, on May 26, 1908. Hobert Hix was buried in Ft. Steuben Burial Estates, in 1989; he was 80. Hobert Hix died in Logan, Ohio, on September 6, 1989; he was 81.
After graduating from high school, Hobert began a career at Wheeling Steel in Steubenville, Ohio from which he retired as Supt. of the Hot Strip Mill. he was active in his church, and in the Masonic Lodge. He also gave generously of his time, particularly to an orphanage in Wierton, Ohio. His favorite hobby was his ham radio, call letters K8U00. His wife, Lessel, taught school in the Jefferson County and Steubenville City Schools.
On January 1, 1939 Hobert Hix married Lessel EARNHART, daughter of Joseph EARNHART & Della BLACKSTEN, in Ohio. Lessel was born about 1910.
They had one child:

683 i. Linda (1947-)


395. Jarvis Eugene SHAWHAN (Jarvis Matthew7, Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Jarvis Eugene was born in Rush Run, Jefferson County, Ohio, on November 4, 1912. Jarvis Eugene died in George's Run, Jefferson County, Ohio, on June 3, 1978; he was 65.
About 1934 Jarvis Eugene married Mildred Frances MURRAY, in Ohio. Mildred Frances was born about 1915.
They had the following children:

684 i. Judith Ann (1935-)

685 ii. Janet Rae (1937-)

686 iii. Ann Frances (1949-)



Family of Frederick W. PRINE (190) & Louise M. STRUBE

396. Katherine May PRINE (Frederick W.7, Matthew Loeper6, Elizabeth Ann SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Katherine May was born in Winterset, Iowa, on September 30, 1900. Katherine May died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on January 20, 1935; she was 34. Katherine May was buried in Lot 23, Block 17 Section B, Wisconsin Memorial Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
On May 15, 1922 Katherine May married Milford Albert BREIDSTER, in Des Moines, Iowa. Milford Albert was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on June 22, 1898. Milford Albert died in Eustis, Lake County, Florida, on June 24, 1972; he was 74.
They had the following children:

i. Patricia. Patricia was born in Park Falls, Wisconsin, on July 3, 1924. Patricia died in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on September 11, 1993; she was 69.

ii. Frederick William. Frederick William was born in Port Washington, Ozaukee, Wisconsin, on July 2, 1928. Frederick William died in Mequon, Wisconsin, on April 25, 1994; he was 65. Frederick William was buried in Wisconsin Memorial Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Family of Margaret SHAWHAN (191) & Charles F. BOONSHOT

397. James S. BOONSHOT (Margaret SHAWHAN7, James6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). James S. was born in Petersburg, Pike County, Indiana, in 1874. James S. died in 1966; he was 92.
About 1895 James S. married Daisy A. ANDERSON. Daisy A. was born about 1874.
They had one child:

i. Edith K. Edith K. was born in 1890.



Family of Mercedes SHAWHAN (192) & James J. McKEDY

398. Bertha McKEDY (Mercedes SHAWHAN7, Daniel6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Bertha was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on November 18, 1886. Bertha died in Oakland City, Indiana, on January 31, 1917; she was 30.
On May 21, 1913 Bertha married L. D. HIGHTOWER, son of James HIGHTOWER & Minnie E. FLEENER, in Gibson County, Indiana. L. D. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, about 1885. L. D. died in Salida, Colorado, in 1940; he was 55.
They had one child:

i. Robert. Robert was born in Sulphur, OK, on May 7, 1915.

Robert married Florence COLE.

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