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William Galloway
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Birth: 1798
Botetourt County
Virginia, USA
Death: 1865
Hempstead County
Arkansas, USA

William was the son of Marshall and Hannah Wantland Galloway and the husband of Sophia Cox Galloway whom he married about 1829 in Tennessee. He moved his family from Tennessee to Arkansas about 1850 settling on land which later became the community of Shover Springs. William's father, Marshall served in the American Colonial Army from 1777 to 1783 during the American Revolution. William and Sophia's nine children, all born in Tennessee, knew Hempstead County Arkansas as their home. They were: Abraham (wife Sarah Polk), Eliza (husband John Albert), Thomas (wife Mary Rothwell), Annis Mae (husbands 1-Waller Rothwell, 2-John Ross), John (wife Mary Mouser, James (wife Elizabeth Mouser), Sarah (husband Mastin Sutton), Mary and Jabe F. (wife Amanda Fuller). William's grave at Shover Springs Cemetery is unmarked. 
Family links: 
  Marshall Galloway (1760 - 1827)
  Hannah Wantland Galloway (1765 - 1827)
  Sophia Cox Galloway (1804 - 1865)
  Abraham Galloway (1824 - 1881)*
  Eliza Galloway Albert (1827 - 1892)*
  Thomas Galloway (1829 - ____)*
  Annis Mae Galloway Ross (1830 - 1888)*
  John Galloway (1832 - 1902)*
  James Galloway (1835 - 1886)*
  Sarah R. Galloway Sutton (1839 - 1886)*
  Mary Galloway (1842 - 1864)*
  Jobe Galloway (1845 - 1921)*
  Thomas Galloway (1787 - 1856)*
  James Galloway (1792 - 1855)*
  William Galloway (1798 - 1865)
*Calculated relationship
Shover Springs Cemetery
Hempstead County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: sam sproles
Record added: Jan 13, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13015687
William Galloway
Added by: sam sproles
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To my g-g-g-grandfather for your pioneering spirit and perseverance in the face of hardship and for helping to establish this country and a family of descendants.
- sam sproles
 Added: Jun. 1, 2006

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