+-- Thomas Hinshaw | 1832-1872 +-- Franklin Parker Hinshaw --+ | 1857-1941 | | +-- Juretta J. Evans | 1830-1863 Thomas Henry Hinshaw ---+ B: 1883 | +-- Henry W. Henley D: 1950 | | +-- Nettie Anna Henley -------+ 1863-1928 | +-- Avis Jane Macy M: Ida Mae Ortwein +-- Mildred Edith Hinshaw, 1907-1983 +-- Carleton Franklin Hinshaw, 1909-1966 +-- Anna Louise Hinshaw, 1911- +-- Dorrell Thomas Hinshaw, 1913-1915 +-- Donald Daniel Hinshaw, 1915-1975 +-- Oral Leon Hinshaw, 1917-1980 +-- Velma Doris Hinshaw, 1920-1998 +-- Max Eugene Hinshaw, 1922-1998 +-- Clayton Thomas Hinshaw, 1926-1998
|Thomas Henry Hinshaw     [ID 01569]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Jan 10 1883, on the home farm, near Poplar Ridge MM, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.53,65,77,a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h
He married Ida Mae Ortwein, Aug 23 1905, Eagletown, Hamilton County, Indiana.65,77,i,b,j,c    Ida, daughter of John Ortwein & Elizabeth Biddle, was born Aug 13 1883, Eagletown, Hamilton County, Indiana.65,a,e,g,h,k
Thomas and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 18 1910), West Water Street, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana:e
Thomas and family were shown in the 1920 census (Apr 1-2 1920), Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana:g
Thomas and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 14 1930), Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana:h
Thomas and family were shown in the 1940 census (May 4 1940), Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana:k
Ida died Aug 22 1948, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana; buried Little Eagle Cemetery, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.65,a
Thomas Henry Hinshaw died Jun 18 1950, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; buried Little Eagle Cemetery, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.65,a
The following biography of T.H. Hinshaw appeared in "History of Boone County, Indiana", by Hon. L.M. Crist, 1914:b
There is a great deal in being born under a good eye, one that watches and guards off the error and folly that overtake so many young men.    The parents that are able to infuse into their children the spirit of the Spartans -- the spirit that can meet any fate and make the most of the world -- will see their children grow to years of maturity with excellent habits and splendid principles and see them become exemplary citizens.    T.H. Hinshaw, an enterprising young liveryman of Zionsville, Boone county, was fortunate in having intelligent, kind and enterprising parents, who took much pains in his rearing.    He was taught from the start the duties of life, not ordinary instruction, but the higher duties which all owe to each other and to society.    The result has been to give him broad ideas of life and its responsibilities and to fit him for honorable citizenship.
Mr. Hinshaw was born on the home farm near Carmel, Indiana, January 10, 1883, and is a son of Frank and Anna (Henley) Hinshaw, who live on a farm east of Zionsville, where they are well-known and regarded by all as good citizens.    They have seven children, five sons and two daughters.    Our subject was reared on the home farm where he did his full share of the work when growing to manhood, and he received his education in the common schools of his neighborhood.    When twenty-two years old he married Ida Ortwein, who was born in Boone county, where she was reared and educated.    To this union three children have been born, Mildred, Carleton and Anna.
Mr. Hinshaw came to Zionsville some time ago and is now proprietor of a large livery, sale and feed barn, doing an extensive business which is constantly growing.    He is well-equipped with good horses and buggies and always carries a good line of feed of all kinds, and his is one of the most popular establishments of its kind in the county, partly because of his energy and foresight and partly because of his honesty and courtesy in dealing with the public.    This has long been a livery and is well-known and popular with the traveling public.    Our subject has remodeled his barn and made numerous improvements of late and everything is kept in proper place and in good shape.    He has new rigs and a standard make automobile.    His barn is one hundred by seventy-five feet, giving abundance of room for the accommodation of eighty horses at one time.    His barn is centrally located, near the depot.
Politically, Mr. Hinshaw is a Progressive.    Fraternally, he belongs to the Knights of Pythias, and he and his wife are members of the Christian church.
Photo: Gravestone: Thomas Henry Hinshaw and Ida Mae Ortwein Little Eagle Cemetery p
Photo: Thomas Henry Hinshaw World War I draft registration card f
Photo: Thomas Henry Hinshaw World War II draft registration card o
53. "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana", Part 6, subtitled "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume VII", (a compendium of many of the records left by William Wade Hinshaw on his death), edited by Willard Heiss; GS929.3 H47 in a local library.
65. "Genealogy of Hinshaw/Henshaw" by DoraLee Harvey Hatley (see Mary Jane Hinshaw), in the LDS Family History Library, microfilm #0982181, item 4.
77. "The Hinshaw Record" by Lyle Harris Hadley, Florida (1965), in the LDS Family History Library, microfilm #0962525, item 10.
(a) Contribution from Robert S. Hinshaw citing: gravestone.
(b) "History of Boone County, Indiana", by Hon. L.M. Crist, 1914;
(c) Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com (Book C-6, page 27).
(d) 1900 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T623-375, ED 80, page 5A, line #21, dwelling #103, family #104.
(e) 1910 census, Carmel, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T624-353, ED 94, page 52A, line #23, dwelling #78, family #81.
(f) World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; http://www.ancestry.com.
(g) 1920 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T625-435, ED 93, page 9B, line #77, dwelling #231, family #231.
(h) 1930 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T626-590, ED 5, page 4B, line #73, dwelling #117, family #117.
(i) Boone County, Indiana Index to Birth Records, 1882-1920,
Indiana Works Progress Administration.
(j) Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com (Book 12, page 176).
(k) 1940 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T627-1050, ED 29-5, page 8A, line #6, household #173.
(l) 1920 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T625-435, ED 93, page 9B, line #84, dwelling #232, family #232.
(m) 1930 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T626-590, ED 5, page 4B, line #68, dwelling #116, family #116.
(n) 1930 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T626-590, ED 5, page 5A, line #36, dwelling #133, family #133.
(o) U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942; http://www.ancestry.com.
(p) Photo courtesy of Robert S. Hinshaw.
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