┌── Thomas Hinshaw │ 1841-1908 ┌── William David Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1882-1954 │ │ └── Eleanor McKinney │ 1849-1896 Winston Frederick Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1923 │ ┌── James Jasper Barker D: 2010 │ │ └── Annie Barker ───────────┤ 1886-1952 │ └── Ann Eliza Veach M: Tillie Marie Pemberton ├── Nita Ann Hinshaw (1950-) 1,2 └── Penny Lynn Hinshaw (1952-2011) 2
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Winston Frederick Hinshaw1,3,4,5,6 [Short Hinshaw7, Shorty Hinshaw5, W.F. Henshaw8].
Born Oct 11 1923, Whitt, Parker County, Texas.4,7,9,10
During World War II Winston served in the Pacific Theater, assigned Nov 1944 to the transport U.S.S. Highlands APA-119; he served in the landing crew for the invasion of Iowo Jima, Tsuken Shima, Okinawa and on to Tokyo Bay. Winston watched the Japanese surrender signing aboard the U.S.S. Missouri on Sep 2 1945.1
He married Tillie Marie Pemberton, 1947.2,8,10 Tillie, daughter of Washington McKee Pemberton & Lillie Mae Moore, was born Dec 25 1930, Salesville, Texas.9,11
In 1997 W.F. was living in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.6,12 Since 2004 W.F. has been living near DeLeon, Comanche County, Texas.13
Winston Frederick Hinshaw died Mar 22 2010, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas; age 86.7
Winston's obituary was published in the "Star-Telegram" on March 25, 2010:7
Winston F. "Short" Hinshaw of Spring Branch passed away at age 86 on Monday, March 22, 2010, at a hospital in San Antonio.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Friday at Cotten-Bratton Funeral Chapel in Weatherford with his nephew, Michael Howard, officiating. Interment: Clark Cemetery. Visitation: 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Cotten-Bratton.
Memorials: The family request that memorials may be sent to Cotten-Bratton Funeral Chapel, 115 College, Weatherford, Texas 76086.
Winston was born Oct. 11, 1923, in Whitt. He was the son of William D. Hinshaw and Annie Barker Hinshaw. He graduated from Whitt High School and joined the U.S. Navy in April 22, 1944, and was honorably discharged May 17, 1946. He served in the Pacific theater aboard the Navy ship USS Highlander from Iwo Jima to the signing of the peace treaty in Tokyo. He was an operations manager for a fence construction company. After retirement he built custom equine barns.
Survivors: His wife of 62 years, Tillie Pemberton Hinshaw of Spring Branch; sister, Dorthy Hinshaw Schindler; daughter, Nita Ann Harrell and husband, Richard G. Harrell; daughter, Penny Lynn Tressler and husband, Dr. Samuel D. Tressler III; grandchildren, Ryan Buck Harrell and his wife, Rachel Benke Harrell, Rustin Dean Harrell and his wife, Clarissa Ann Harrell, Nikolaus Andrew Tressler and wife, Anne Elizabeth Tressler, and Gretchen Elizabeth Tressler and Michael Allen Louden; and great-grandchildren, Charlotte Marie Tressler and Mackenzie Alexandra Harrell.
Tillie died Oct 12 2016, at her home, Spring Branch, Texas; age 85.11
Tillie's obituary was published as follows:11
Tillie Marie (Pemberton) Hinshaw
December 25, 1930 - October 12, 2016
Spring Branch, Texas | Age 85
Tillie Marie (Pemberton) Hinshaw, 85, of Spring Branch, TX, passed away in her home on Wednesday, October 12, 2016.
She was born on December 25, 1930 at home in Salesville, TX to Lillie Mae (Moore) Pemberton and Washington McKee Pemberton. When she was in the 5th grade, Tillie gave her life to God and was baptized in the nearby creek. With her faith and family, she weathered the tumultuous years of World War II. After her family moved to Mineral Wells in 1944, Tillie studiously applied herself and was able to graduate high school in three years, while still finding time for basketball and tennis. Among 106 students, she was named salutatorian. She celebrated her achievement with her new fiancÚ, W. F. "Short" Hinshaw. The two married on June 27th, 1947 and soon, they welcomed into the world one daughter, Nita, and two years later, another daughter, Penny. Around the time when the girls started school, Tillie began her studies at Weatherford College, before going to Texas Christian University on scholarship. She graduated in 1959 and began teaching fifth grade students at David Crockett Elementary. She continued to teach for 28 years before retiring.
From early on, Tillie had enjoyed watching all forms of sports. She became a devoted Dallas Cowboys and TCU fan and liked watching golf. Texas landscapes, American Indian history, and wide open spaces always captured Tillie's imagination. She loved to go on family vacations to Colorado and out West or up to Alaska. She also liked being in nature where she could put her green thumb to good use by planting vegetables, berries, and flowers. Tillie was a doer -- in the garden, on the farm, and at the sewing machine. She found such joy in crafting gifts and quilts for loved ones and friends, sharing happiness with others as she had done over many a Christmas birthday. Sewing and craft-making came easily to her. She hadn't even needed a pattern to cut out the fabric for her daughter Nita's wedding gown. For several years in retirement, she made a modest earning with her "Texas Treasures by Tillie" line of dolls and decorative items.
As the eldest child, Tillie had known how to corral all the kids. This skill came in handy later in life when she, along with kin and cousins, gathered regularly for big reunions. The whole family loved Tillie's cooking and swapped recipes to keep her culinary traditions going. Family history was important to her. With her daughter, Nita, she collected family stories and made copies to share with everyone. She had even included all the dogs she and her daughters had through the years. Her interest in the wellbeing of others shows in these chronicles. Tillie's remembrances of a family with strong roots became a lasting gift and a testament of her love.
Family and friends will gather for a meal on Monday, October 17, at 12 p.m. at Northside Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, located at 910 N. Main St. in Weatherford, TX. The graveside service will take place at 2 p.m. at Clark Cemetery, 1394 Friendship Rd. in Weatherford, with Rev. Michael Howard officiating.
Tillie was preceded in death by husband Winston Frederick Hinshaw; daughter Penny Hinshaw Tressler; brother Rev. Donald Wayne Pemberton and sister-in-law Dubby Hedges Pemberton; brother Jay Will Pemberton; parents Wash and Lillie Mae Pemberton; great-grandchildren Miranda, Graysen and Payden.
She is survived by daughter Nita Hinshaw Harrell and son-in-law Richard (Rick) Harrell; son-in-law Samuel Tressler, III; sister Rosemary Pemberton Wright and brother-in-law James Wright; sister-in-law Jackie Moore Pemberton; grandsons Ryan Harrell, Rustin Harrell, and Nikolaus Tressler; granddaughter Gretchen Tressler; and great-grandchildren Charlotte, Mackenzie, Temperance, Allyssa, Hailey, Hannah, Ethan, and Emma.
Photo: Winston F. Hinshaw World War II 1
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