|Birth: ||Jun. 1, 1827|
|Death: ||May 5, 1898|
2nd w/o Peter Hanger.
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Birth: likely Boone county, Kentucky.
Oakwood Plantation was their home purchased in 1859 from Dr Robert Watkins on east Nineth street, east from Saint Johns' College of Arkansas (converted to a hospital during Civil war), that General Sterling Price (former Missouri governor) choose during Civil War as his headquarters before General Frederick Steele occupied Little Rock September 1863.
NOTE: Her father was a Maj from Kentucky with Lt T J Churchill in his command in the Mexican War, captured with Maj Solon Borland, held in prison near Mexico City, was one of three to escape and to fight in the bloody battles at end of the conflict. Later appointed third of five governors of Oregon Territory under president Zachary Taylor, one of then two presidents who died in office
Census: 1870, age 40 Little Rock, Pulaski county, Arkansas with hubby, her sister and child, & five step-children.
Step-daughter Fannie Ashley Hanger(1859-1873) is noted as whose home eight year younger Carl Raymond Gray would stay, page 218 in his mother's diary of him as on file at Special Collections, University of Arkansas, MC 1618.
Death: in Little Rock, Pulaski county, Arkansas.
Father: Governor John Pollard Gaines. b: 22 SEP 1795 (Old) Augusta county, Virginia.
Mother: Elizabeth Kincead b: 13 MAR 1800 Versailles, Woodford county, Kentucky.
Marriage: Peter Hanger b: 29 MAR 1807 Boone county, Kentucky.
Married: 23 May 1866 Little Rock, Pulaski county, Arkansas
No known issues
John Pollard Gaines (1795 - 1857)
Elizabeth Kinkead Gaines (1800 - 1851)
Peter Hanger (1807 - 1895)
Mary E. Gaines Belding (____ - 1896)*
Anna Maria Gaines Hanger (1827 - 1898)
Mount Holly Cemetery
Plot: Peter Hanger lot
Maintained by: NJBrewer
Originally Created by: Bill
Record added: Oct 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77771908
Added: May. 12, 2012
Added: Jan. 4, 2014
~ her father fought in War of 1812 and Mexician War ~|
Added: Oct. 7, 2011