Rebecca Jane Hinshaw B: c1822 D: ? M: Gabriel Walker
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(Rebecca Jane Hinshaw)a    (Jane Hinshaw)b,c,d
Born about 1822, Tennessee.b,e    (c1824).c    (c1833).d,a
She married Gabriel Walker, 1840.e,b,c,d,a    Gabriel, son of John William Walker & Miliah Phillips, was born Feb 5 1821, White Horn, Hawkins County, Tennessee.e,f,b,a,c,d
Rebecca Jane and family were shown in the 1870 census (Aug 6 1870), Hawkins County, Tennessee:d
Gabriel died Jun 16 1901, Greene County, Tennessee; buried Walker Cemetery, east of Whitehorn, a mile east of Hopewell Baptist Church, Hawkins County, Tennessee.e,f
According to Rebecca Jane Hinshaw's daughter-in-law, Nellie Pearl Haun Walker, and her grand daughter, Aileen Walker Bible Brown, Rebecca Jane Hinshaw was buried in Walker Cemetery, on Walker Road, east of Bulls Gap, in Hawkins County, Tennessee.    Her husband, Gabriel Walker, two daughters, Millie Walker Moore and Hester Minerva Walker Wolfe, and son, John Aster Walker, are all buried in the same cemetery.    Her grave had been marked by a wooden plank, which has since rotted away.    No headstone or field stone was ever placed on the grave.n
Rebecca was possibly a daughter of William Hinshaw of Greene County, Tennessee.o    One published family tree states that Rebecca's parents were a "Capt. Billy Hinshaw & Margaret".e
45. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Tennessee.
159. "Civil War Times", December, 1997, pages 48-54 & 86-87, Contributed by Jeff Hatfield ().
162. Letter from Donahue Bible, historian and author, discussing Hinshaws of eastern Tennessee.
174. Family history information contributed by James C. Henshaw.
(a) 1880 census, District 14, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll T9-1260, ED 75, page 167B, line #46, dwelling #144, family #144.
(b) 1850 census, District 15, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll M432-882, page 429, line #3, dwelling #49, family #49.
(c) 1860 census, District 15, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll M653-1255, page 167, line #38, dwelling #270, family #268.
(d) 1870 census, White Horn P.O., District 14, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll M593-1535, page 177, line #3, dwelling #10, family #10.
(e) RootsWeb WorldConnect data by John Walker ().
(f) RootsWeb WorldConnect data by John S. Walker ().
(g) "Early East Tennessee Marriages", Sistler, 1987.
(h) "Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900"; http://www.ancestry.com.
(i) 1860 census, 23rd Civil District, Blue Spring P.O., Greene County, Tennessee; page 413A, line #36, dwelling #1405, family #1405.
(j) 1870 census, White Horn P.O., District 14, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll M593-1535, page 183, line #36, dwelling #107, family #107.
(k) 1880 census, District 14, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll T9-1260, ED 75, page 168C, line #11, dwelling #147, family #147.
(l) Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900; http://www.ancestry.com.
(m) 1860 census, District 15, Hawkins County, Tennessee; roll M653-1255, page 167, line #19, dwelling #266, family #264.
(n) Contribution from Larry Walker ().
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