┌── John Sidney Hinshaw │ 1830-1916 ┌── Stephen Sidney Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1869-1955 │ │ └── Mary Jane Cruse │ 1836-1905 Fred Hinshaw ──────┤ B: 1896 │ ┌── John Luther Nicum D: 1978 │ │ └── Emma May Nicum ──────────┤ 1879-1950 │ └── Laura Ballard M: Ruby Mae Snyder ├── Lois Edna Hinshaw (1917-) 1,2,3 ├── Norma Ilene Hinshaw (1921-) 1,2,4 ├── Stephen Douglas Hinshaw (1922-) 1,2,4 ├── Betty Joan Hinshaw (1925-) 1,2,4 └── Donna Loreine Hinshaw (1927-1995) 1,2,4,5
|Fred Hinshaw [ID 01546]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Dec 28 18961,2,3,4,6,7,8 [Dec 28 18979, about 190410], Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana1,2,3,4,6,7,8.
Note that there is uncertaintly about Fred's birthdate. In the earliest record of him, the 1910 census, he was shown 6 years old, making his birth about 1904. But in later records, including records where he himself declared his birthdate, he was always recorded born before 1900, in fact born before his parents' marriage in 1905. Fred himself was somewhat inconsistent, declaring his birthdate in 1918 as Dec 28 1897,9 but in 1942 as Dec 28 1896.8 It is possible that he wasn't sure of his own exact birthdate11 (it did happen), or perhaps he wanted to pretend to be older.11 Fred's father was shown in the 1900 census as still single, and Fred doesn't seem to be anywhere in the 1900 census in Hamilton County, Indiana (with either of his parents' families) so it seems likely that Fred was actually born about 1904 in spite of many records (including his own) showing earlier dates.
He married Ruby Mae Snyder, Sep 14 1916, Beaverton, Gladwin County, Michigan.1,3 Ruby, daughter of Joseph Douglas Snyder & Effie Ella Hydorn, was born Jan 31 1900, Continental, Putnam County, Ohio.1,2,3,4,6,7,12
On Jun 5 1918 Fred Hinshaw, age 21, registered for the World War I draft in Bryan, Williams County, Ohio. He declared he was born December 28th 1897 in Carmel, Indiana, and was then residing in Edgerton, Ohio, self-emplyed; his father also born in Carmel, Indiana. He declared his nearest relative was his wife, Mrs. Fred Hinshaw of Edgerton. He was recorded as tall, slender, blue eyes, light hair.9
Fred and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 6 1920), Jackson City, Jackson County, Michigan:3
Fred was shown in the 1920 city directory of Jackson City, Jackson County, Michigan:13
Fred and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 25 1930), Superior Township, Williams County, Ohio:2
Fred and family were shown in the 1940 census (Apr 10 1940), Pulaski Township, Williams County, Ohio:4
On Apr 26 1942 Fred (no middle name) Hinshaw, age 45, registered for the World War II draft in Bryan, Williams County, Ohio. He declared he was born Dec 28 1896 in Hamilton County, Indiana, and was then residing on R#3, Montpelier, Williams County, Ohio, a self-emplyed farmer; He declared his relative/contact was Mrs. May Hinshaw of the same address. He was recorded as 5'10" tall, 150 lbs., blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion.8
Fred was still a farmer and living in Bryan, Williams County, Ohio, in 1972 and until his death.1,7
Fred Hinshaw died Sep 20 1978, Community Hospital, 433 West High Street, Bryan, Williams County, Ohio; age 81.6,7,12
In 1989 Ruby Mae was still living in/near Bryan, Williams County, Ohio.7
Ruby died Jan 30 1989, in a nursing home, Bryan, Williams County, Ohio; age 88.6,7,12
Photo: Fred Hinshaw World War I draft registration card 9
Photo: Fred Hinshaw World War II draft registration card 8
Social Security information for Fred Hinshaw: 284-16-5073
Social Security information for Ruby Mae Snyder: 288-10-5703
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