|Birth: ||Jul. 11, 1833|
|Death: ||Apr. 26, 1901|
Sarah Elizabeth Hicks was born on July 11, 1833 in Ohio, a daughter of John Hicks.
Her parents were born in Pennsylvania, but no other information has been found on them at this time.
She likely grew up in or around Monroe County, Ohio.
She married Hezekiah Hashman, son of Christian Harshman and Mary Elizabeth Windam, about 1848 in Monroe County, Ohio. (Their original marriage record was destroyed in the Monroe County Courthouse fire that occurred on the night of June 13, 1867.)
Together they had 7 children: Harriett Ann (1849-1935), John Charles (1851-1948), George W (1853-1922), Mary Elizabeth (1861-1913), Nancy Jane (1864-1955), Halinda (1866-) and another child whose name is unknown.
They left Monroe County sometime after the 1850 Census and moved to Barlow, Washington County, Ohio, where they appear on the 1860 Census with their 3 children.
After Hezekiah's service to the Union during the Civil War, they lived in Wood County, West Virginia for a short time. Hezekiah and Sarah married again on October 14, 1869 in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. (This is possibly due to the fact that a marriage record was needed in order to receive a military pension and their original marriage record was destroyed.)
A few months later they appear on the 1870 Census living in Hocking County, Ohio, but by the spring of 1880 they were once again living Wood County, this time in Steele District.
Sarah died on April 26, 1901 in Hocking County, Ohio. She is buried in Downhour (now known as Dawley) Cemetery. At the time of her death, she was survived by three daughters, two sons and numerous other relatives.
Hezekiah Hashman (1825 - 1887)*
Harriett Ann Hashman Scott (1849 - 1935)*
John Charles Hashman (1851 - 1948)*
George W Hashman (1853 - 1922)*
Nancy Jane Hashman Bennett (1864 - ____)*
Created by: Ian Hamilton
Record added: Mar 22, 2011
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