Sallie Ann Hines, 18881978 (aged 89 years)

Sallie Ann Hines
Given names
Sallie Ann
Family with parents
Andrew Jackson Hines
Birth: January 19, 1856 28 23Butler, Kentucky, USA
Death: March 28, 1945Ohio, Kentucky, USA
Susan Anna Smith Hines
Birth: Kentucky, USA
Death: October 22, 1911Ohio, Kentucky, USA
Marriage: February 5, 1879Ohio, Kentucky, USA
10 months
elder sister
Maggie May Hines
Birth: December 1, 1879 23Ohio, Kentucky, USA
Death: February 15, 1972Hartford, Ohio, Kentucky, USA
22 months
elder brother
John Thomas Hines
Birth: September 27, 1881 25Ohio, Kentucky, USA
15 months
elder sister
Eva V. Hines
Birth: about 1882 25Ohio, Kentucky, USA
Death: May 28, 1975Ohio, Kentucky, USA
7 years
Sallie Ann Hines
Birth: October 31, 1888 32Ohio, Kentucky, USA
Death: October 17, 1978Beaver Dam, Ohio, Kentucky, USA

Sally Ann Hines Renfrow

Early 1900's , Pratt, KS to Beaver Dam, KY, John Renfrow's Grandmother (Sally Ann Hines Renfrow), is said to have moved to Kentucky from Pratt, Kansas. The story associated with Sally is that early on in her lifetime, she and Popfrow (Horace Elva Renfrow - also known as H.E.) were driving from Pratt, Kansas and moving some furniture in an old, old, old pick up truck. One of the articles of furniture was her piano - and it fell off the truck! I Ann Renfrow, John's wife) only met her once back in 1977, a year before she passed away - but that very same piano was standing in her living room in her house in Beaver Dam, KY. And at 90 years of age, she still played it.......I can't remember, but I may have even tickeled the keys a little also. John remembers being taught the piano by his Momfrow (Sally Ann Hines Renfrow), but he was much more interested in playing jazzy stuff - can you even visualize Momfrow's eyes when she realized this? She was also a quilter and we have one of them. She canned everything she could i.e. beans to pears and was a renowned baker i.e. pies, breads, jam cakes, candy maker etc - famous for her chicken and dumplings. She was a member of the Eastern Star and Popfrow was a Mason. She was a Methodist as was Popfrow. They went to Florida every year - they would go in November and come back in April. She was very large on flowers of all sorts - cannas, etc. Popfrow was a horticulturist in the late years of his life - but early on, he was a builder/carpenter.

A family member [2007]