Biographical Sketch of Albert E. Shaw, Wayne Township, Buchanan
County, MO

>From "History of Buchanan County, Missouri, Published 1881, St. Joseph
Steam Printing Company, Printers, Binders, Etc., St. Joseph, Missouri.

Albert E. Shaw, farmer and stock dealer, section 36, postoffice St.
Joseph, was born in Harrison County, Virginia, September 3, 1844, and
in 1856 went to Doniphan County, Kansas where he remained till 1863,
then moving to Buchanan County, Missouri. Was educated in the common
schools in his native county and was reared a farmer boy and has
followed same during life. He has for ten years been engaged in
teaching vocal music. His farm contains 105 acres. Was in the Pawpaw
Militia five months. Mr. Shaw was married September 20, 1865, to Miss
Mary E. King. She was born in Buchanan County, Missouri, November 8,
1850. They have had five children, four of whom are living: Anna L.,
born October 15, 1867; William V., born December 13, 1869; Maggie B.,
born March 9, 1872; and James C., born August 28, 1879.

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