┌── Richard D. Hinshaw │ 1865-? ┌── Archibald Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1892-1974 │ │ └── Catherine McMillan │ c1866-? Richard D. Hinshaw, II ───┤ B: 1915 │ D: 1974 │ └── Elsie - c1895- M: Cleo "Pat" Hyman └── Richard D. Hinshaw, III (1945-) 1,2
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Born Jun 6 1915, Minnesota.3,4,5,6,7 (Ohio).8
Richard was a graduate of the class of 1933, Madison Township High School, Mansfield, Ohio.9
The following article was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on October 14, 1935:10
In the only accident in the city or immediate vicinity, Albert Steele, 16, 177 Coul street, suffered chest injuries when his bicycle collided with a car driven by Richard Hinshaw, at the corner of West Fifth and Walnut streets. Steele was treated at General Hospital and released.
He married Cleo "Pat" Hyman, Jul 10 1937, Newport, Kentucky.11 Cleo, daughter of Charles Everts Hyman & - Russell, was born Apr 8 1918, Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio.5,12,13,14,15,16,17
Cleo had been a graduate of the class of 1933, John Simpson Junior High School,18 and of the class of 1936, Mansfield High School, Mansfield, Ohio.19
Richard and Cleo were shown in the 1940 census (Apr 4 1940), Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio:20
On Jun 10 19433 (Jan 10 1943)7 Richard D. Hinshaw, born 1915 in Minnesota, enlisted at Columbus, Ohio as a private in the U.S. army. He declared he had four years of high school and was married. He was recorded as 50" tall, 120 lbs.3 Re-enlisted Jun 24 1943.7 Discharged Apr 19 1946.7
The following article was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on November 15, 1948:11
Cleo H. Hinshaw, Vetsville, vs. Richard D. Hinshaw. Plaintiff seeks divorce, custody and support of one child on grounds of neglect and cruelty. Married in Newport, Ky., July 10, 1937.
The following legal notice was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on November 13, 20, 27, and December 4, 11, 18, 1948:21
Richard D. Hinshaw, whose last known place of residence is Devonshire Hotel, 19 East Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois, will take notice that on the 12th day of November, 1948, Cleo H. Hinshaw filed her Petition in the Court of Common Pleas, Richland County, Ohio, same being Case No. 30864 in said Court against the above named defendant, praying for divorce, custody and support of minor child and other relief on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty.
Said case will be fore hearing on and after the 25th day of December, 1948.
CLEO H. HINSHAW
By: James V. Will, her attorney, 403 Richland Trust Building, Mansfield, Ohio.
(Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18, N-J '48)
The following article was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on March 19, 1949:22
Cleo H. Hinshaw, Vetsville, from Richard D. Hinshaw, Chicago, on grounds of neglect and cruelty. Plantiff granted custody of one child.
The following article was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on September 25, 1958:23
12 Pounds Of
Mrs. Cleo Hinshaw, manager of the Shady Lawn Diner at 86 Park Avenue West, reported the theft of 12 one-pound bags of coffee from the basement of the diner sometime since Sunday.
Officers who investigated the report could find no signs of forcible entry, they said.
The following letter to the editor was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on December 30, 1959:13
I was born in Mansfield, graduated there, and operated the Shady Lawn Diner on Park Avenue West. Through ill health and probably poor management too, I had to sell. This is all beside the point. I want the News-Journal to tell the people of Mansfield what truly wonderful people they really are. I've been in this Veteran's Hospital since Aug. 4 and they have showered me with cards, gifts, remembrances.
I had a serious thyroid operation December 14. It was successful except I got post operative thrombosis phlebitis or some such thing - blood clots. So they stood me on my head in bed - literally - on a freshly cut throat - looking at two feet square of ceiling if I gazed as far as I could. My outlook on the world was much smaller than that - feeling very, very sorry for myself - then the deluge came. Letters, notes, mail, cards, very gay, festive, friendly and full of love. That two feet of ceiling became quite large. I could even see all of Mansfield, the lights, the parks, stores.
I believe Mr. Paul Schultz and Mr. Gene Earick were behind most of it, but I received the same from people with Westinghouse where I had been employed years ago.
So could you please print my thanks to the people of Mansfield. I love everyone.
Cleo (Pat) Hyman Hinshaw
C-o Veteran's Hospital
5901 E. 7th St.
Long Beach 4, Calif.
Richard D. Hinshaw, II died Jul 20 1974, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan.5,6,7
Cleo died Apr 28 1994, at her home, Pleasanton, Alameda County, California; age 76.5,12,14
Cleo's obituary was published in the "Mansfield News Journal" (Mansfield, Ohio) on May 12, 1994:14
Hinshaw, Cleo Hyman - Mansfield - Mansfield native Cleo Hyman Hinshaw, 76, died April 28 at her home in Pleasanton, Calif. She was born and raised in Mansfield and left Mansfield for California in 1959. Her father Charles owned the Shady Lawn Diner in downtown Mansfield. Survivors include a son, Richard Hinshaw; a granddaughter, Michelle White; and a great-granddaughter [..incomplete..]
Social Security information for Richard D. Hinshaw, II: 276-07-4952
Social Security information for Cleo "Pat" Hyman: 276-07-1170
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