+-- Benjamin Hinshaw | 1738-1840 +-- Jacob A. Hinshaw --+ | 1778-1826 | | +-- Elisabeth Hinshaw | 1750-1823 John Allen Hinshaw ---------+ B: 1813 | +-- John Allen D: 1851 | | +-- Phebe Allen -------+ 1789-1869 | +-- Rachel Stout M: Harriet Elizabeth Hocket +-- Hannah Hinshaw, 1835-1858 +-- Sarah Elizabeth Hinshaw, 1837-1912 +-- Ann Hinshaw, 1839-1899 +-- Jacob Benjamin Hinshaw, 1841-1910 +-- Isaac S. Hinshaw, 1843-1908 +-- Phebe A. Hinshaw, 1845-1915 +-- John Hinshaw, 1845-1845 +-- Mary H. Hinshaw, 1849-1900
|John Allen Hinshaw     [ID 00245]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
(John Allen Hinshaw)47,49,59,63,140,191,205    (Allen J. Hinshaw)47,155    (Alan Hinshaw)2
Born 12-31-1813, Holly Spring MM, North Carolina.2,47,49,63,149,191
He married Harriet Elizabeth Hocket, 2-18-1835, Cherry Grove MM, Indiana.a,44,47,49,59,63    (Elizabeth Hockett)47,49,63,149,155,191,b    Harriet, daughter of Isaac Hockett & Sarah (Rebecca) Frazier, was born 10-30-1813, Clinton, Highland County, Ohio.49,63,149,c,d,e
At Cherry Grove MM on 6-13-1838, John Allen and family were granted a certificate to Vermillion MM, Illinois.49
At Vermilion MM (Illinois) on 10-25-1838, John Allen & family were received on a certificate from Cherry Grove MM.49
At Salem MM (Iowa) on 2-23-1839, John Allen, wife Elizabeth & children Hannah & Sarah, were received on a certificate from Vermilion MM, Illinois.63
"When John Allen Hinshaw arrived in Salem, Iowa in 1830 [sic], he became the first cabinet maker for that new settlement.    He did not live many years after coming to Iowa and his wife Elizabeth Hockett Hinshaw was the sole support of her large family.    Fortunately, her parents Isaac and Rebecca Hockett were also living near Salem (South by Little Ceder Creek).    When sons Jacob and Isaac were but 8 years of age, they began working for others."f
John A. Hinshaw was shown in the 1842 apportionment list for Cedar Creek MM, Henry County, Iowag [the practice of apportionment was used by the Quakers to assess each family in order to raise funds for the meeting - they did not take a collection/offering as most other churches do].g
John and family were shown in the 1850 census (Sep 25 1850), Salem Township, Henry County, Iowa, as follows:c
Widow Elizabeth Hinshaw and family were shown in the 1860 census, Salem Township, Henry County, Iowa:d
Elizabeth later remarried to Job Smith,144,149 sometime between 1860 and 1870.    Job had been previously married to a Mary Ann --, by whom he had children Avis, Owen, Mary, Doria and Allen Smith.h
Elizabeth and family were shown in the 1870 census, Tippecanoe Township, Henry County, Iowa:e
Elizabeth and Job were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 2-3 1880), Tippecanoe Township, Henry County, Iowa:k
2. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.
44. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
47. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Indiana.
49. "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana", Part 2, 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.
59. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Iowa.
63. "The William Wade Hinshaw Index to [Iowa] Quaker Meeting Records", a microfiche in the LDS Family History Library.
140. Family lineage contributed by Edwin Everett Hinshaw
144. The old family bible of Chester Edward Hinshaw, containing family lineage information recorded by Rosina Harriet Hinshaw, contributed by Marion Hinshaw and Heather Hinshaw-Tomas.
149. Family group sheets contributed by Kent Myrick ()
155. "Index of Indiana Marriages Through 1850", Indiana State Library, Genealogy Division: http://www.in.gov/library/genealogy.htm
191. "Webster Parry's Abstracts of Quaker Records", LDS microfilm #0367987
205. "Hinshaw Family": a collection of family group sheets by Edna Harvey Joseph; LDS FHL microfilm #1572018 items 8-10 and #1572019 items 1-4
(a) Contribution from Julie Avedikian ().
(b) 1850 census, Salem Twp., Henry County, Iowa; pg 239A; USGenWeb Archives.
(c) 1850 census, Salem Township, Henry County, Iowa; pg 239A, line #1, dwelling #1120, family #1120.
(d) 1860 census, Salem Township, Henry County, Iowa; pg 231, line #19, dwelling #68/1829, family #58/1606.
(e) 1870 census, Mount Pleasant P.O., Tippecanoe Township, Henry County, Iowa; roll M593-395, page 361, line #31, dwelling #336, family #331.
(f) Contribution from Marion Hinshaw citing:
A note written in the old family bible of Chester Edward Hinshaw.
(g) Contribution from Jean Leeper ().
(h) 1860 census, Pleasant Plain P.O., Penn Township, Jefferson County, Iowa; roll M653-328, page 63, line #33, dwelling #446, family #419.
(i) 1870 census, Mount Pleasant P.O., Tippecanoe Township, Henry County, Iowa; roll M593-395, page 361, line #24, dwelling #335, family #330.
(j) 1870 census, Mount Pleasant P.O., Tippecanoe Township, Henry County, Iowa; roll M593-395, page 361, line #17, dwelling #334, family #329.
(k) 1880 census, Salem Township, Henry County, Iowa; roll T9-0344, ED 100, page 400C, line #3, dwelling #81, family #81.
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