Jesse Hinshaw

                                            ┌── Jesse Hinshaw
                                            │    1720-1797 
                  ┌── John Hinshaw ─────────┤
                  │    1747-1800            │
                  │                         └── Abigail Marshall
                  │                              1724-1806 
Jesse Hinshaw ────┤
B: 1780           │                         ┌── John Pike
D: 1853           │                         │
                  └── Ruth (Pike) Weisner ──┤
                       1744-1795            │
                                            └── Abigail Overman
M: Eunice Gifford
   ├── William Hinshaw (1802-1877) 1,2,3
   ├── Mary Hinshaw (1804-?) 1,2,3,4
   ├── Sarah Hinshaw (1807-1834) 1,2,3,4
   ├── Ruth Hinshaw (1810-1899) 1,2,3,4
   ├── Jesse Gifford Hinshaw (1813-1875) 1,2
   ├── Eunice Hinshaw (1815-1821) 1,2
   ├── Jonathan P. Hinshaw (1820-1896) 1,3,5

M: Milli Primm
   ├── Elvisa B. Hinshaw (1823-1826) 1,2
   ├── Virena Elma Hinshaw (1825-?) 1,2,6,7
   ├── Cyrus Clarkson Hinshaw (1830-1907) 1,2,6,7
   ├── Betsy Luzina Hinshaw (1832-?) 1,2,6,7
   ├── Louisa Jane Hinshaw (1834-1904) 1,2,7
   └── John Milton Hinshaw (1836-1863) 1,2,6,7

Jesse Hinshaw     [ID 00231] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Jesse Hinshaw1,3 [Jesse Henshaw8].

Born 11-2-1780, Marlborough, North Carolina.1,3,7  

He married Eunice Gifford1,3,7 [Unice Gifford1], 10-15-18011,3,7, Deep River MM, North Carolina1,3,7.  Eunice, daughter of Jonathan Nathan Gifford & Eunice Beard, was born Jun 20 1778, Guilford County, North Carolina.1,2,4,7,9  Eunice Gifford descended from two Mayflower lines.  Her paternal grandmother's parents were both Mayflower grandchildren.2  

At Deep River MM on 7-7-1806, Jesse, Eunice & family were granted certificates to Center MM.1  

Eunice died 8-9-1820, Marlborough MM, North Carolina.1,4,7  

He then married Milli Primm1,3,6,7 [Milly Primm1, Armilla Prim3,6, Armella Prim6, Armelia Prim6, Armilla Primm2,7, Armelly Prim7, Milley Price3,8,10], 1-17-18221,3,6,7, Marlborough MM, North Carolina1,3,6,7.  Milli was born 4-8-1803, Randolph County, North Carolina.1,7,8  

Jesse & Milley's marriage was noted on Friday, February 8, 1822 in the "Raleigh Register":8,10

At New Salem, Randolph County, on the 17th of the previous month, Mr. Jesse Henshaw, age 46, was married to Miss Milley Price, aged 19.

At Marlborough MM on 2-1-1845, Jesse & family, and "Milly, daughters Betsy, Luzena & Louisa" were granted certificates to Bloomfield MM, Indiana.1  

Jesse had been a shopkeeper at New Salem, Randolph County, North Carolina.  Before Jesse removed to Indiana, he turned his business over to his son Jesse G., including assets (accounts receivable and stock) as well as associated liabilities.2  

At Bloomfield MM on 5-7-1845, Jesse & wife Armilla & children Cyrus Clarkson, Betsy Luzena, Louisa Jane & John Milton were received on certificates from Marlborough MM, N.C.7  On 5-7-1845 Bloomfield MM recorded:11

A certificate of membership was received from Marlboro Monthly Meeting Randolph County N.C. for Mille Hinshaw and her children Namely, Cyrus Clarkson, Betsy, Luzena, Louisa Jane, and John Milton bearing date 2nd mo 1st 1845.

At Marlborough MM on 3-1-1845, a complaint was forwarded to Bloomfield MM "to treat with Jesse for secretly leaving the country".1  On 5-7-1845 Bloomfield MM recorded:11

Received from Marlborough Monthly meeting N.C. a communication requesting this meeting to treat with Jesse Hinshaw on a complaint for failing to fulfil engagements and for secretly leaving the country.  David Hadley and Solomon Allen are appointed to visit and labor with him on said complaint and report their judgment of the disposition of his mind to next meeting
On 6-11-1845 Bloomfield MM recorded:11
The friends appointed at last meeting to visit and labor with Jesse Hinshaw reported that they had an opportunity with him to satisfaction and he produced an offering to this meeting condemning his deviation which was read and after a time of deliberation was received.  Lot Lindley and David Hadley are appointed to inform Marlborough monthly Meeting the result of this Meetings labor in his case and report to next monthly meering.
On 8-2-1845, Marlborough MM recorded that "Bloomfield MM reported that Jesse had condemned his deviations".1  

At Bloomfield MM on 8-8-1849, Jesse & wife Armilla & son John Milton were granted certificates to Sugar River MM.7  

At Sugar River MM on 4-27-1850, Jesse & son John Milton, and Armelly were received on certificates from Bloomfield MM.7  

Jesse and family were shown in the 1850 census, Franklin Township, Montgomery County, Indiana:12

Jess Henshaw, age 60, born in North Carolina.
Emily Henshaw, age 45, born in North Carolina.
Cyrus Henshaw, age 20, born in North Carolina; farmer; attended school.
Elizabeth Henshaw, age 18, born in North Carolina; farmer; attended school.
Louisa J. Henshaw, age 16, born in North Carolina; farmer; attended school.
John M. Henshaw, age 14, born in North Carolina; farmer; attended school.
Cyrus Wilburn, age 26, born in North Carolina; laborer.
Verena Wilburn, age 24, born in North Carolina.
Emily J. Wilburn, age 7, born in North Carolina.
Martha A. Wilburn, age 3, born in Indiana.
Josephine Wilburn, age 1, born in Indiana.
Ephraim Reynolds, age 20; laborer.

Jesse Hinshaw died Apr 4 1853, buried Green Lawn Quaker Cemetery, Franklin Township, Montgomery County, Indiana.13  

Widow Milli was shown in the 1860 census (Jul 14 1860) living in the household of daughter Louisa in Howard Township, Parke County, Indiana:14

Wm M Newlin, age 27, born in Indiana; farmer; $3000 real estate; $500 personal property.
Luisa J. Newlin, age 26, born in North Carolina.
Milton Newlin, age 1, born in Indiana.
Emily Henshaw, age 56, born in North Carolina.


Sources

  1. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.
  2. Contribution from William Banks Hinshaw.
  3. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
  4. "Hinshaw Family": a collection of family group sheets by Edna Harvey Joseph; LDS FHL microfilm #1572018 items 8-10 and #1572019 items 1-4
  5. Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995; http://www.ancestry.com.
  6. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Indiana.
  7. "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana", Part 5, 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.
  8. "Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, North Carolina, Newspapers 1820-1829", Vol. II., GR929.3756 N34 in a local library.
  9. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) computerized Ancestral File.
  10. "Early North Carolina Settlers, 1700s-1900s" - Marriage Notices; http://www.genealogylibrary.com.
  11. U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935; http://www.ancestry.com.
  12. 1850 census, Franklin Township, Montgomery County, Indiana; roll 161, page 476; dwelling #45.
  13. Montgomery County, Indiana burials; Crawfordsville District Public Library:
    http://history.cdpl.lib.in.us/montcocem.html.
  14. 1860 census, Russells Mills P.O., Howard Township, Parke County, Indiana; roll M653-287, page 714, line #34, dwelling #926, family #916.


If you have additional information on this person, please share!


If you would like to be automatically notified by email whenever an update is made affecting this page then enter your email address and click the "Enter" button below:

Your Email Address:
Notify me whenever this page is updated
Do not notify me if this page is updated
Show me my current registered notification requests


How is this person related to other ancestors? To find out, enter the database ID number of another ancestor, and then click the "Enter" button below:

ID Number:


If you would like to save this person on your computer ▾ more...


HFA Home Page Return to HFA Home Page

Copyright © 1997-2017, The Hinshaw Family Association. All rights reserved.
Permission is granted for all free personal, private and non-commercial uses.
Commercial use of any portion contained herein is expressly prohibited.

Privacy Policies

This site uses spambot thwarting technology to hide email addresses from all known email harvesting programs used by spammers.

[This page was computer generated]

Spambot Bait!