Nathan Hinshaw B: c1824 D: 1864 M: Sarah Burks +-- Walter Scott Hinshaw, 1855-1916 +-- Frances Hinshaw, c1858-? +-- Alice Hinshaw, c1860-? +-- Joseph Jefferson Hinshaw, 1861-1944 +-- William Nathan Hinshaw, 1863-1907
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(Nathan Hinshaw)110,a,b    (Nathan Henshaw)45,c,d
Born about 1824, Tennessee.a,45,e    (c1826, Alabama).b
Nathan was shown in the 1850 census (Sep 3 1850), living in the household of Henry & Eliza Crawford in Franklin County, Tennessee:a
He married Sarah Burks, Jan 2 1855, Franklin County, Tennessee.45,c,d,h    (Sarah Burk)110    Marriage performed by Wiley Denson, J.P.c    Sarah was born about 1830.110,e    (c1827, Tennessee).b,i
Nathan and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 7 1860), Franklin County, Tennessee:b
In 1860 this Nathan Hinshaw family was the only known Hinshaw/Henshaw family in Franklin County, Tennessee.
During the Civil War, Nathan served as a private in Company E, 45th Tennessee Infantry (Confederate)l,m,n,o (Company A, 23rd Battalion, aka "Newman's Battalion", Tennessee Infantry).e    He was captured on Nov 24 1863 at Chattanooga, Tennessee by the forces under the command of Major General Thomas.e    He was sent as a POW to Nashville, then to the POW camp at Rock Island, Illinois.e
Nathan Hinshaw died Feb 22 1864, Union prison camp, Rock Island, Illinois; buried grave #575, Confederate Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois.m,n    Medical: Nathan died from pneumonia.e
Sarah remarried to a Pearce Wilhoit, Dec 30 1867, Franklin County, Tennessee.45,d,h
Sarah and family were shown in the 1870 census (Aug 1870), Franklin County, Tennessee:i
Sarah died Dec 12 1898, aged 68 years; buried Green Cemetery, Franklin County, Tennessee.110,e    Sarah's gravestone is inscribed "Asleep in Jesus".110
Buried immediately next to Sarah in Green Cemetery is son Joseph J. Hinshaw, 1861-1944.110    Also buried elsewhere in Green Cemetery is Eliza J. Hinshaw (1822-1859),110 who might be closely related.g
Relatives in this family line are known to live in the area of Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee.r
Speculation: Nathan might have been a son of William Hinshaw & Jane Hamm, whose sons William and Thomas settled in Jackson County, Alabama.    Son William was married in Franklin County, Tennessee in 1844.    Nathan, and also Eliza, were possibly additional childen of William Hinshaw & Jane Hamm.g
Also see the following who have connections to Franklin County, Tennessee:
Photo: Sarah Burks & Pearce Wilhoit marriage record Franklin County, Tennessee h
45. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Tennessee.
110. Franklin County, Tennessee, cemeteries, F443 F7C46 1986 in the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Contributed by Robert Worley.
(a) 1850 census, District 1, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll M432-878, page 14A, line #28, family #182.
(b) 1860 census, Winchester P.O., District 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll M653-1249, page 112, line #27, dwelling #656, family #644.
(c) "35,000 Tennessee Marriage Records and Bonds, 1783-1870",
by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas; 1981, Southern Historical Press.
(d) "Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900"; http://www.ancestry.com.
(e) Contribution from Larry King Hinshaw.
(f) "Franklin County, Tennessee Marriages" (USGenWeb Archives).
(h) Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002; http://www.ancestry.com.
(i) 1870 census, Winchester P.O., Civil District 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll M593-1527, page 75, line #18, dwelling #29, family #29.
(j) 1860 Slave Schedule, District no 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; page 24.
(k) 1860 census, Winchester P.O., District 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll M653-1249, page 112, line #32, dwelling #657, family #645.
(l) U.S. National Park Service - "Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System":
(m) "Confederate P.O.W.'s Soldiers & Sailors Who Died In Federal Prisons & Military Hospitals In The North",
by Frances Ingmire & Carolyn Ericson; 1984; ISBN #911317-34-1.
(n) Rock Island County - Confederate Dead at Rock Island; USGenWeb Archives:
(o) Civil War Service Records; http://www.ancestry.com.
(p) 1880 census, Civil District 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T9-1254, ED 90, page 77D, line #19, dwelling #134, family #134.
(q) 1880 census, Civil District 5, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T9-1254, ED 90, page 77D, line #12, dwelling #133, family #133.
(r) Contribution from Joel Lynn Hinshaw citing: Walter Scott Hinshaw.
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