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1029. Joanna Fae BEITZEL (Roseann RINEHART9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joanna Fae was born on July 17, 1966.
Joanna Fae married Daniel SHEEHAN.
They had one child:

i. Jacob Daniel. Jacob Daniel was born on September 15, 1996.



Family of Edward Cale RINEHART (748) & Carlene Marie KRUGER

1030. Jeanann Lee RINEHART (Edward Cale9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Jeanann Lee was born on November 16, 1953.
About 1974 Jeanann Lee first married Jerry WALDING.
Jerry served in the USMC.
They had the following children:

i. Jerry Jeffrey. Jerry Jeffrey was born on December 6, 1974.

ii. Jamie Rochelle. Jamie Rochelle was born on March 24, 1977.
On October 21, 1995 Jeanann Lee second married Greg SUMNER.
1031. Gregory Carl RINEHART (Edward Cale9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Gregory Carl was born on July 25, 1956.
On September 23, 1978 Gregory Carl married Susan POGUE. Susan was born on September 23, 1961.
They had the following children:

i. Jeremy Carl. Jeremy Carl was born on March 13, 1979.

ii. Johnathan Duke. Johnathan Duke was born on July 1, 1981.

iii. Kimberly Joann. Kimberly Joann was born on July 10, 1985.


1032. Eddie Cale RINEHART , Sr. (Edward Cale9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Eddie Cale was born on June 7, 1959.
Eddie is a USN veteran.
About 1978 Eddie Cale first married DEBBIE.
They had the following children:

i. Jenny Cathleen. Jenny Cathleen was born on February 12, 1979.

ii. Crystal Marie. Crystal Marie was born on May 20, 1980.

iii. Eddie Cale. Eddie Cale was born on May 7, 1983.

iv. Bradley James. Bradley James was born on December 29, 1984.
On February 14, 1991 Eddie Cale second married Melissa JOHNSON. Melissa was born on October 9, 1966.
They had one child:

i. Devin Alec. Devin Alec was born on July 10, 1991.


1033. Carrie Ann RINEHART (Edward Cale9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Carrie Ann was born on October 24, 1961.
Carrie Ann first married YATES.
They had the following children:

i. Kelly Ann. Kelly Ann was born on March 6, 1979.

ii. Joshua Wade. Joshua Wade was born on October 6, 1982.
On August 14, 1993 Carrie Ann second married Scott KENNEDY. Scott was born on September 20, 1963.

Family of Mary Sue RINEHART (749) & James BRIAR

1034. Carol Ann BRIAR (Mary Sue RINEHART9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Carol Ann was born on June 2, 1963.
On June 18, 1988 Carol Ann married Gregg HARTLINE.
They had the following children:

i. Rachel.

ii. Benjamin.
1035. David Paul BRIAR (Mary Sue RINEHART9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). David Paul was born on November 23, 1965.
David Paul married ERIN.
They had the following children:

i. David Paul. David Paul was born on May 4, 1993.

ii. Rebekah Lynn. Rebekah Lynn was born on December 5, 1995.

iii. Kerstin Lynn. Kerstin Lynn was born on May 15, 1997.



Family of Francis Delmar RINEHART (751) & Jeannie Marie SANCHEZ

1036. Bradley James RINEHART (Francis Delmar9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Bradley James was born on December 9, 1966.
On April 10, 1993 Bradley James married Tess FITZGERALD. Tess was born on January 19, 1971.
They had one child:

i. Leo. Leo was born on May 15, 1995.


1037. Christine Rene RINEHART (Francis Delmar9, Carl Edward8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Christine Rene was born on February 15, 1975.
Child:

i. Blake Colton. Blake Colton was born on October 30, 1995.



Family of Alice Rebecca RINEHART (756) & Edward James BOLLIG

1038. John BOLLIG (Alice Rebecca RINEHART9, Isom Cale8, Mina Rebecca SHAWHAN7, Isom Clarence6, Robert Fleming5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John was born on May 13, 1967.
On February 24, 1990 John married Kristin LA GESSER.
They had the following children:

i. Alec Michael. Alec Michael was born on April 27, 1992.

ii. Cale Andrew. Cale Andrew was born on March 30, 1995.

iii. Connor Alan. Connor Alan was born on April 3, 1997.



Family of Stephen Loveland SHAWN (761) & Sandra Helen ROBERTSON

1039. Linda Carol SHAWN (Stephen Loveland9, Frederick Pickering SHAWHAN\SHAWN8, Benjamin Plummer SHAWHAN7, Joseph Henry6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Linda Carol was born in St. Petersburg, FL, on November 19, 1966.
Linda spends a great deal of time volunteering in her daughter's school and activities. She currently works as a Manager in a Country Club in Mesa, AZ.
In September 1988 Linda Carol married Robert ASTLE. Robert was born about 1965.
They had one child:

i. Chanara Brittany. Chanara Brittany was born in Mesa, AZ, on November 7, 1988.

Academically inclined, she enjoys school. She is a girl scout and is also a big collector of Beeny Babies.

1040. Heather Lyn SHAWN (Stephen Loveland9, Frederick Pickering SHAWHAN\SHAWN8, Benjamin Plummer SHAWHAN7, Joseph Henry6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Heather Lyn was born in Fairfax, Virginia, on July 27, 1970.
Born in Fairfax, VA, Heather accompanied her parents to Bountiful, UT in 1974, to Kearns, UT in 1980, and to St. Petersburg, FL in 1984. After graduating from high school, she worked in a local Marine Aquarium and also with a Marine Rescue Team. In 1991 she moved to San Diego, CA, becoming very active in her LDS church activities; from January 1993 through July 1994 she served a mission for the LDS in Nashville, TN. She then returned to Florida and began working for a construction management firm that, in 1995, transferred her to Richmond, VA, where she met her husband, Edward. After being married at the Washington, D.C. LDS Temple, they returned to Florida in 1996. She currently works at a local hospital doing Facility management. Both she and her husband are part-time students working on obtaining education degrees. Heather has been very helpful in detailing the heritage of Benjamin Plummer Shawhan, Jr. One of her prized possessions is a copy of a letter written April 28, 1865, by Captain Joseph Henry Shawhan, to his wife, while he was serving with an Iowa Regiment during the Civil War, shortly after the assassination of President Lincoln; in it he relates that since the news of the President's death "everything is at a standstill ... what a gloom it has cast ... I had got to be a great admirer of Abraham Lincoln".
On June 15, 1996 Heather Lyn married Edward Paul DONBROSKY III, son of Edward Paul DONBROSKY , Jr. & Theodora A. FADOOL, in Montgomery, MD. Edward Paul was born in Richmond, Virginia, on May 1, 1971.
Ed spent most of his life in Richmond, VA. He served a mission for LDS Church, October 1990 - October 1992 in Phoenix, AZ. He enjoys painting and building things. He plans to teach History after receiving his Education Degree.
They had one child:

i. Emily Helen. Emily Helen was born in Clearwater, Florida, on December 1, 2001.



Family of Donald Edward KREHBIEL (763) & Mary Helen AGNEW

1041. Lynn Ellen KREHBIEL (Donald Edward9, Dorothy SHAWHAN8, Henry Hubert7, Joseph Henry6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Lynn Ellen was born in Santa Monica, California, on August 11, 1956.
In October 1980 Lynn Ellen married Richard MAY. Richard was born about 1955.
They had the following children:

i. Andrew Kevin. Andrew Kevin was born in San Luis Obispo, California, on May 13, 1988.

ii. Erin Elizabeth. Erin Elizabeth was born in San Luis Obispo, California, on February 13, 1991.

Family of William Eugene (Bill) GULDNER (774) & Nellie Catherine HUGHES

1042. Kathleen Ellen GULDNER (William Eugene (Bill)9, Mary Gertrude SHAWHAN8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Kathleen Ellen was born in Los Angeles, California, on July 22, 1943.
Kathleen has spent her career in the telephone business, initially with Pacific Telephone Co., and, after the breakup of the Bell with AT&T where she worked in the Customer Services Dept. She is the mother of Todd Lewis Doty, b. 29 Aug. 1967, a son by her former husband. For relaxation, Kathleen enjoys gardening and taking care of her numerous cats.
In 1986 Kathleen Ellen first married David AILMAN. David was born about 1943.
About 1966 Kathleen Ellen second married DOTY.
They had one child:

i. Todd Lewis. Todd Lewis was born on August 29, 1967.



Family of Harold Robert (H.R.) SHAWHAN , Jr. (775) & Phyllis Ann RATHBUN

1043. Stephen Scott SHAWHAN (Harold Robert (H.R.)9, Harold Robert8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Stephen Scott was born in NY on December 26, 1958.
Stephen played high school football as well as playing the guitar. He later attended Washington U. in St. Louis.
On July 7, 1990 Stephen Scott married Kathryn NELSON, in Bear Mtn, NY.
They had the following children:

i. Damon. Damon was born in NY on November 20, 1990.

ii. Sarah. Sarah was born in Milford, NJ, on May 12, 1993.
1044. Peter Bryce SHAWHAN (Harold Robert (H.R.)9, Harold Robert8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Peter Bryce was born in NY, NY, on April 9, 1953.
Born in NYC, Peter grew up living in Yonkers, NY. Early on interested in flying, he obtained his glider pilot's license at the age of 16. graduated from Columbia Univ. in 1975 and from Fordham Law School in 1978. Peter is presently an attorney working for the State of New DOT. He's an avid historian, tracks his family genealogy, and stays abreast of what Shawhans are doing across the USA. He's also quite active with his sons, encouraging their academic and extracurricular activities. -- rocketry is one of their interests. Both boys also an instrument -- Mark the trombone and Andy the trumpet; Judo and debate teams are likewise on their agenda.

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From: Peter and Joanne Shawhan

Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 01:19:25 -0500

To: Bob Francis

Subject: Shawhan family connections


11/14/01
Dear Bob,
Sorry for the delay in responding -- my life has been busy lately. Yes, I am the same person identified in your message. (My middle name is spelled Bryce, by the way.) Time passes quickly. Mark is now in college, and Andrew is in the 10th grade.
A few years ago, when the boys were still building model rockets and I drove them to a rocketry meet out in the midwest, we went to Shawhan, Kentucky on the way. It is a village so small that it is not even named on most modern maps; we located it using the oldest map at the bottom of a drawer in a tourist information center. It is not far from Paris, KY and Cynthiana, KY. There is still a small Shawhan Church there -- originally Presbyterian, now Baptist. I took a few photos of it which I could scan and send to you electronically if you were interested.
To tell you the truth, my feelings about visiting Shawhan, Kentucky were complicated. To explain, I need to tell you a bit about my part of our now widespread family. My grandfather's grandfather, Daniel Shawhan, grew up on a farm near Keokuk, Iowa. His cousin, John Shawhan, lived in Kentucky, near where Shawhan, KY is now located. They were apparently the children of brothers who had gone in somewhat different directions when heading west from their father's home in Pennsylvania, looking for new places to settle.
When the Civil War came along, Daniel signed up and became a soldier in Company D, Crocker's Brigade, of the 13th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, part of the Union Army. His unit, part of a force commanded by some inexperienced officers, was attacked early one Sunday morning in April 1862, so far out in the country that the only identifiable local feature was a small country church. While other units nearby disintegrated under the surprise attack and fled, the unit Daniel was in held its position until relieved, helping to anchor the Union line. In two days of intense fighting in that action, there were a total of more than 25,000 casualties. To help you reflect on what that number means, it was ten times as many Americans as were killed at Pearl Harbor, or five times as many Americans as were killed in the recent September 11 attack on the World Trade Center. The battle later became known by the name of that small country church, Shiloh. The early spring weather turned bad the day after the battle, with sleet and freezing rain. The forces on both sides had lost most of their supplies and equipment in the heat of battle and lacked shelter or warm clothing. Many soldiers became seriously ill due to exposure. Daniel, who had survived the fighting, very nearly died from illness, and was eventually invalided out of the Army and sent home, his health broken. The part of the Union Army he had belonged to, furious at the losses of enormous numbers of their comrades, marched south and east under the command of one of those inexperienced officers who had barely averted defeat at Shiloh. His name was William Tecumseh Sherman, and he led his troops in the direction of Georgia, to pay back some of what they had suffered at Shiloh at the hands of people who had betrayed and waged war against their own country.
While Daniel was coming very close to being killed by Confederates at Shiloh, and then nearly dying of exposure and illness, his first cousin John, whose family raised horses on a large farm, was forming a volunteer troop of Confederate cavalry. As the son of one of the largest local landowners, and the source of many of the horses, he became the commander of the unit. Somewhat later in the war, while under the command of Confederate Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan, he was shot out of his saddle by a Union bushwhacker (what we would now call a sniper) while leading a patrol not far from Cynthiana. His sorrowing men draped the lifeless body of their leader over his own horse, and rode him back to his family home for burial.
With the passage of 140 years, we have come to view the Civil War through a gauzy romantic haze of sentimental old songs, and battle "re-enactments" where all the participants get up and go home safe when the day is over. Out of curiosity, I looked up some figures a while back, and I was stunned by what I found. Between the Union and Confederate forces, there were 900,000 casualties in the Civil War, at a time when the total population of the United States was only about 35 million. This was Americans killing Americans, in one of the most vicious and destructive conflicts our nation has ever known. Almost every city, town and village in upstate New York, where I now live, has a monument listing the names of the local citizens who died in the Civil War. They were all killed by fellow Americans who, like Tim McVeigh in our own time, hated the federal government so much that they thought that entitled them to murder anyone associated with it, by the tens and hundreds of thousands. Reflect on where the members of our own family were at the end of that War -- Daniel, broken in health and still mourning the loss of many of his former comrades; and John, lying silent under six feet of Kentucky soil.
As far as I am aware, Daniel's side of the family, my side of the family, had little if any further contact with his cousin John's side of the family for many years after the War was over. Each side of the family pretty much forgot that the other existed. It wasn't until my father's generation grew to be older people looking back on life in the 1970s and 1980s, more than 100 years after the War ended, that members of the two sides of the family with a parallel interest in genealogy poked around in old records long enough to rediscover each other's existence.
So when I took my two sons to visit Shawhan, Kentucky, I had very mixed emotions. There was a certain fascination to seeing the family name still posted in front of a small old stone church, and to realize that blood relations of mine had lived there more than a century earlier. (As far as I could tell from the local phone book, there aren't any Shawhans left living there now.) At least one of those relatives, though, had done his level best to kill United States soldiers fighting under the same Stars and Stripes that we now see everywhere following the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon -- soldiers a lot like his cousin, my own grandfather's grandfather. I know about the suffering and loss which Daniel went through because the telling of it has been handed down in every generation of my family since then, from father to son. Even now, almost 140 years and many generations later, I can still feel emotionally the great sorrow, sense of loss, and bitterness from that War. It came perilously close to tearing our country apart forever. I hope that we never see its like again.
My son Mark, who is going to college at Columbia in New York City just a few miles from where the World Trade Center was destroyed, turned 18 this fall, and had to register with the Selective Service System. I support what our country is doing in Afghanistan, and the troops who are engaged in that effort. I understand better than I want to why we are over there. The state agency I work for lost some employees in the Trade Center, a place where I have been many times in the past. I helped to arrange the death benefits for the survivors of one of them, a man I had met a couple of times on agency business, who left behind a wife, a six year old son, and a three year old daughter. We have to fight, and we have to win. Yet I also recognize that many of the troops we have sent over there to fight for us are teenagers a lot like Mark. I hope that as many of them as possible get home safe when this is all over.
To bring this back to where we began, yes, I am the same person identified in your message. It would appear that we are related some generations back. I will try to find some time to take a look at your web site, and perhaps figure out some of the family connections. In the meantime, I hope that this message gives you a sense of some of the personal stories that the names in geneologies represent. Regards, Peter Shawhan pbs23@columbia.edu
In 1978 Peter Bryce married Joanne PARNES, in NY. Joanne was born on January 17, 1953.
Joanne is a high school librarian. She, like the rest of her family, is very computer literate and applies her knowledge both professionally and in personal contacts. Joanne and her husband, Peter, find it very difficult to gain access to their PC at home -- both of their sons are fervent users.
They had the following children:

i. Mark Harold. Mark Harold was born in Albany, NY, on September 18, 1983.

ii. Andrew Paul. Andrew Paul was born in Albany, NY, on December 17, 1985.

Family of Jack Vernon SHAWHAN (776) & Joyce Agnes HOFFMAN

1045. Jack Vernon "Buster" SHAWHAN , Jr. (Jack Vernon9, Leslie Lyon8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Jack Vernon "Buster" was born in Omaha, NE, on December 8, 1948.
Jack served in the US Navy during the period 1968-1972. In civilian life he's an Engineering Senior Designer/Planner.
On October 31, 1969 Jack Vernon "Buster" married Linda Lorraine DROSS, in San Diego, California. Linda Lorraine was born in Omaha, NE, on November 6, 1949.
They had the following children:

i. Christopher Lee. Christopher Lee was born in Jacksonville, FL, on August 15, 1970.

ii. Kimberly Lynn. Kimberly Lynn was born in Omaha, NE, on June 2, 1973.

Kimberly Lynn married Harvey LEACH.

iii. Matthew Adam. Matthew Adam was born in Arlington, Texas, on April 3, 1979.
1046. Timothy John "Tex" SHAWHAN (Jack Vernon9, Leslie Lyon8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Timothy John "Tex" was born in Los Angeles, California, on July 18, 1950.
Tim served in the US Navy, submarines, during the period 1969-1971. In civilian life he's a Construction Supervisor.
On November 6, 1976 Timothy John "Tex" married Mary Kay LARSEN, in Omaha, NE. Mary Kay was born in Omaha, NE, on July 7, 1953.
They had one child:

i. Neal Anthony. Neal Anthony was born on May 26, 1974.


1047. Thomas Ray "Moose" SHAWHAN (Jack Vernon9, Leslie Lyon8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Thomas Ray "Moose" was born in Los Angeles, California, on May 15, 1952.
On June 24, 1972 Thomas Ray "Moose" married Donna Marie PETERS, in Omaha, NE. Donna Marie was born in Omaha, NE, on February 24, 1952.
They had the following children:

i. Renee Marie. Renee Marie was born in Omaha, NE, on November 1, 1974.

Renee Marie married Hampton HUDDLESTON.

ii. Nicole Marie. Nicole Marie was born in Omaha, NE, on July 7, 1977.


1048. Brad Eugene SHAWHAN (Jack Vernon9, Leslie Lyon8, Walter Brice7, Daniel William6, Benjamin Plummer5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Brad Eugene was born in Los Angeles, California, on February 17, 1954.
Brad served in the US Army, in the 1970s, in Korea and at Ft. Hood, TX, after which he joined the US Postal Service in the Atlanta, GA area. He has also been active in trying to find out the details surrounding an alleged debt incurred by George Washington from a Shawhan ancestral relative, Joseph Ball, who died, intestate, in PA 1821; supposedly, if they ever cleared up the estate, there would be sizeable amount of money to be distributed to descendants.
On June 30, 1975 Brad Eugene married Myrna AMARAL, in Ft. Hood, Texas. Myrna was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, on June 4, 1953.
They had the following children:

i. Brad Eugene. Brad Eugene was born in Junction City, Kansas, on June 1, 1977.

ii. Jessica. Jessica was born in Heidelberg, Germany, on March 22, 1979.

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