+-- Joseph Hinshaw | | | Richard D. Hinshaw ---+ B: 1865 | D: ? | +-- Elizabeth Longmore M: Catherine McMillan +-- Joseph McMillan Hinshaw, 1884-1979 +-- Catherine H. Hinshaw, c1890- +-- Archibald Hinshaw, 1892-1974 +-- Douglas M. Hinshaw, 1895-1975 +-- Grace H. M. Hinshaw, 1900-
|Richard D. Hinshaw     [ID 10464]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Aug 25 1865, Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.a,b,c    (Glasgow, Scotland).d    (c1860).e
He married Catherine McMillan, about 1886.f,g    Catherine was born about 1866, Scotland.b,g    (c1869).h
Richard and family appear to have migrated firstly from Scotland to Canada, then later to Michigan.    Son Joseph entered the U.S. in 1903/1908,i,j with Richard and Catherine and remaining children finally entering in 1917.b,g
However Richard entered the U.S. as early as 1912, when he arrived April 7, 1912 at the Port of New York (Ellis Island), having departed from Liverpool on March 30, 1912 on the S.S. Caroniad (see passenger manifest scan below).    Richard declared he was age 47, born in Glasgow, Scotland, married, and a citizen of Canada.    He declared he was a buyer employed by the R. Simpson Co. of Toronto, and his final destination was Toronto, Canada, where his declared relative was his wife, Mrs. C. Hinshaw of 1974 Queen East, Toronto.    He declared he was not a polygamist nor an anarchist.    He was recorded as 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes.d
On Jul 5 1914 Richard and wife Catherine arrived at the port of Boston on the S.S. Franconia, having sailed from Liverpool on Jun 23 1914:h
Richard and Catherine were shown in the 1922 city directory of Royal Oak, Michigan:k
(a) LDS IGI - Scotland, citing: Register of births, marriages and deaths of Scotland.
(b) 1920 census, Royal Oak, Royal Oak Township, Oakland County, Michigan; roll T625-790, ED 200, page 38A, line #17, dwelling #813, family #904.
(c) 1930 census, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio; roll T626-1808, ED 71, page 2A, line #38, dwelling #5, family #22.
(d) Ellis Island Foundation manifest database: http://www.ellisisland.org.
(e) Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1954; http://www.ancestry.com.
(f) Contribution from Laura Scott citing:
death certificate for Joseph Macmillan Hinshaw.
(g) 1930 census, 6th Ward, Royal Oak, Oakland County, Michigan; roll T626-1019, ED 104, page 14A, line #36, dwelling #315, family #332.
(h) Boston Passenger and Crew Lists, 1820-1943; http://www.ancestry.com.
(i) 1920 census, Troy Township, Oakland County, Michigan; roll T625-790, ED 205, page 17B, line #60, dwelling #396, family #402.
(j) 1930 census, Bloomfield Township, Oakland County, Michigan; roll T626-1016, ED 13, page 7B, line #57, dwelling #149, family #149.
(k) U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 (Beta); http://www.ancestry.com.
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