+-- Andrew Hinshaw | | | John Turnbull Hinshaw ---+ B: 1849 | D: ? | +-- Helen Watt c1826-? M: Martha E. - +-- Helen M. Hinshaw, 1887-? +-- John T. Hinshaw, ?-1892 +-- Anna T. Hinshaw, 1891-
|John Turnbull Hinshaw     [ID 17842]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Jul 8 1849, Scotland.a,b,c    (Aug - 1848).d    (c1860).e    Christened Aug 26 1849, Gorbals, Lanarkshire, Scotland.a
John was shown in the 1870 census (Jun 1 1870), living in an apparent rooming/boarding house in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:b
The following article was published in the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" (Brooklyn, New York) on January 31, 1899:f
A large party attended the reception of the Ferguson dancing class, given at Decorior Hall, 879 Gates avenue, on Saturday evening.    A special programme had been arranged.    An exhibition of fancy dancing was well received, those taking part being Martha Balley, flirtation dance; Helen Hinshaw, butterfly dance; Rose Wehman and Lililan [sic] Goldthwait, skirt dance; Anna Hinshaw, sailor's hornpipe;
The following article was published in the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" (Brooklyn, New York) on Thursday, June 29, 1899:f
Miss Violet Harnden was married yesterday afternoon to Donald Fergusen at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Harnden, 165 Stuyvesant avenue.
Her only attendant was Miss Anna Hinshaw, who acted as flower girl.    She wore a frock of pink organdie and carried pink sweet peas.
Those present were:
Mrs. J. T. Hinshaw
John and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 8 1900), 939 1/2 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:d
(a) LDS IGI, citing: Parish registers, 1771-1855, Church of Scotland, Parish Church of Gorbals.
(b) 1870 census, 13th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; roll M593-954, page 626, line #5, dwelling #47, family #90.
(c) 1910 census, 25th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; roll T624-973, ED 683, page 6A, line #36, dwelling #59, family #129.
(d) 1900 census, 25th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; roll T623-1062, ED 430, page 11A, line #11, dwelling #121, family #240.
(e) 1920 census, Assembly District 6, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; roll T625-1153, ED 331, page 9B, line #84, dwelling #130, family #233.
(f) Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection; "Brooklyn Daily Eagle":
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