┌── James Henshaw │ c1837-<1880 ┌── George Anderson Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1863-1935 │ │ └── Margaret McDaniel │ c1837-? Nancy Ellen Henshaw ───┤ B: 1894 │ ┌── William H. May D: 1962 │ │ └── Sarah Susan May ──────────┤ 1866-1903 │ └── Jemima Yates M: Oscar Kingery
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Nancy Ellen Henshaw1,2 [Ellen Henshaw1,3,4].
Born Jun 13 1894, Illinois.2,3,4,5,6
She married Oscar Kingery.1,7 Oscar, son of Samuel Kingery, was born Apr 15 1882, Clay County, Indiana.5,6,8,9,10,11,12
On Sep 12 1918 Oscar Kingery, age 36, registered for the World War I draft at the Odd Fellows Building, Harrisburg, Illinois. He declared he was born April 15 1882, and was then residing in Harrisburg, Illinois, a miner employed by the Saline County Coal Co. of Saline. He declared his nearest relative was Mrs. Ellen Kingery of Harrisburg. He was recorded as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, brown hair.8
Ellen and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 14 1920), Harrisburg, Saline County, Illinois:5
Ellen and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 17 1930), Carrier Mills, Saline County, Illinois:13
Ellen and family were shown in the 1940 census (May 1 1940), Carrier Mills, Saline County, Illinois:6
On Apr 27 1942 Oscar Kingery, age 60, registered for the World War II draft at the county courthouse, Harrisburg, Illinois. He declared he was born April 15 1882 in Clay County, Indiana, and was then residing in Carrier Mills, Illinois, employed by the W.P.A. He declared his relative/contact was Helen Kingery of Carrier Mills. He was recorded as 5'9½" tall, 159 lbs., blue eyes, gray hair, ruddy complexion.9
The following article was published in "The Daily Register" (Harrisburg, Illinois) on Thursday, July 10, 1947:16
Carrier Mills Register
Miss Helen Kingery spent the Fourth week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kingery.
The following article was published in "The Daily Register" (Harrisburg, Illinois) on Tuesday, August 10, 1948:17
Carrier Mills Register
Master Bill Kingery has Second Birthday Celebration
Mrs. Harold Kingery gave a birthday party Friday afternoon at their home in Carrier Mills for her little son who was two years old. Refreshments were served to these guests:
Jerry Beasley, Donald Capel, Darla Sue Norman, Julene Whitney, Danny Gene Phelps, Tony Kachele, Diane Kachele, Pat Fife, Tamra Henshaw, Tampra Nicholson, Janie Pankey, and Chris Miller.
Mesdames, Oscar Kingery, Robert Whitney, Dorris Phelps, G. E. Kachele, George Fife, James Henshaw, Lloyd Nicholson, Freeman Pankey, Louie Miller, Luther Beasley, the guest of honor, and his mother, the hostess.
The following article was published in "The Daily Register" (Harrisburg, Illinois) on Friday, September 13, 1957:18
Harold Kingery Dist. Sales Manager For Allied Chemical
Harold Kingery, formerly of Carrier Mills, has been appointed a district sales manager by the Nitrogen Division of Allied Chemical & Dye Corp.
Mr. Kingery, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kingery, live in Carrier Mills, has been put in charge of Nitrogen Division's South-Central District. He is now located in Memphis, Tenn., having been promoted from district sales supervisor at the company's office in South Point, Ohio.
The new sales manager attended Southern Illinois University and has been with Nitrogen Division since 1953. He is married and has four children.
The Kingery family recently moved from Ashland, Ky., to 4243 Mickey Drive, Memphis.
In 1957 Ellen was still living in Carrier Mills, Saline County, Illinois.7
Nancy Ellen Henshaw died Feb 28 1962, buried Salem Cemetery, Carrier Mills, Saline County, Illinois.2
Oscar died Jun 28 1962, buried Salem Cemetery, Carrier Mills, Saline County, Illinois.11
Photo: Nancy Ellen Henshaw gravestone Salem Cemetery 2
Photo: Oscar Kingery gravestone Salem Cemetery 11
Social Security information for Oscar Kingery: 343-03-8910
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