+-- William Hinshaw | 1759-1807 +-- William Hinshaw -------+ | 1804-1887 | | +-- Margaret Hunt | 1765-1828 Thomas Doane Hinshaw ---+ B: 1835 | +-- John Doane D: 1911 | | +-- Matilda Bewley Doane --+ 1804-1840 | +-- Matilda Bewley M: Anna Harriet Lundy +-- Mary Evangeline Hinshaw, 1860-1920 +-- Lydia Fremont "Freme" Hinshaw, 1862-1945 +-- Levi Ephraim Hinshaw, MD, 1864-1942 +-- William Wade Hinshaw, 1867-1947 +-- Sarah Margaret Hinshaw, 1870-1887 +-- Marvin Victor Hinshaw, 1873-1954 +-- Grace Lucinda Adele Hinshaw, 1876-1936 +-- James Hinshaw, 1878-1878 +-- John Arno Hinshaw, 1880-1951 +-- Thomas C. Hinshaw, 1882-1882
|Thomas Doane Hinshaw     [ID 00282]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Aug 5 1835, near Knoxville, Jefferson County, Tennessee.1,12,45,205,a,b,c,d,e,f
He married Anna Harriet Lundy, Mar 17 1859, Hardin County, Iowa.1,12,g,205    (Anna Harriett Lundy)59,63,94,g    (A.M. Mulford, J.P.).h
Anna, daughter of Levi Lundy & Sarah Wickersham, was born Jun 18 1842, Grant County, Indiana.1,12,63,94,21,205,a,c,d,e    Anna's grandparents were James Lundy & Elizabeth Johnson.12,21
Thomas & family settled in Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa in the spring of 1855.i
Thomas and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 7 1860), Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa:d
Thomas and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jun 14 1870), Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa:k
At Honey Creek MM (Iowa) on 11-11-1871, Anna, wife of Thomas D. Hinshaw, & children William W. & Sarah M. were released by request.63
Thomas and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 23 1880), Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa:e
Thomas and family were shown in the 1885 Iowa state census, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa:m
Anna died Apr 17 1890, Union, Hardin County, Iowa; buried row 5, plot 9, Chester Cemetery, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa.12,63,94,205,a,c
Widower Thomas was shown in the 1900 census (Jun 19 1900), living in the household of daughter Grace in Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa:f
Thomas Doane Hinshaw's obituary appeared in "The Union Star", Union, Hardin County, Iowa, on Thursday, December 7, 1911, as follows:b
TWO PIONEERS LAID TO REST.
THOMAS D. HINSHAW BURIED IN CHESTER LAST FRIDAY.
Thomas D. Hinshaw of Chicago, long a resident of Hardin County, Iowa, has passed to a higher life.    He died as he has lived, a strong, fearless, valiant soul, absolutely confident of the future and ready at any moment to answer the call to higher realms.
Although seventy six years old he was until Monday, November 6th, in full robust health and he walked with the stalwartness that has marked him through life as a strong man among his fellow men.    On November 6th he fell accidentally, headlong down a flight of stairs, breaking many bones and generally destroying his fine body to such an extent that recovery was impossible.
During his short illness his mind was generally clear and he expressed himself as being glad that the time for his promotion to a higher life had arrived and he greeted the new existance with joy and understanding.
Thomas Hinshaw will long be remembered by those to whom he stood as a benefactor during his residence in the neighborhood of Chester.    Never was there a poor man in need but that Thomas went to his aid.    Never was there a sick man, woman or child, no matter how malignant the disease, but that Thomas and his good wife Anna, long since lamented, went to them and cared for them night and day, often taking wood for the fire and food for the table.
Thomas was always a friend to the poor, with a hand ever ready to lift one who had fallen, and he was loved and respected among his friends and business associates as a man of integrity, honesty and ability.
He was born August 5, 1835, near Knoxville, Tenn., migrated at an early age with his father, Wm. Hinshaw, first to Indiana and later to Iowa where he spent his life up to twenty years ago as a farmer and stock raiser near Chester, Hardin Co.    After the death of his wife in 1890 he lived in Chicago, Ill., and Denver, Colo., where he was actively engaged in contracting and building houses.
He leaves four sons and three daughters all of whom were at his bedside during his short illness.    Three of his sons, Dr. L. E. Hinshaw, Marvin Victor Hinshaw and John Arno Hinshaw, reside in Chicago and his son William Wade Hinshaw resides in New York City; the daughters, Mrs. H. Hill, Mrs. Freme H. Holmes and Mrs. H. Pearson reside in Denver, Colo., Valparaiso, Ind, and Custer, Wash., respectively.
Thomas Hinshaw's remains were interred in the Chester cemetery in his own family lot.
After his accident, realizing that the end was near he asked that his body be taken there for burial, saying that he had himself placed a double gravestone there when his wife was buried 21 years ago, that his own body might at last be placed beside hers, the double stone being a symbol of their reunion after death.
As his life has been passed seeking always for truth and the higher possible development, his great, strong soul is now permitted to cast off its earthly garments and pass into the midst of friends and loved ones gone before.    While we sorrow that he has left us, we rejoice for him that he has lived so well, developed so great a soul and at last going so cheerfully and fearlessly, achieved so great a Victory.
Photo: Thomas Doane Hinshaw q
Photo: Thomas Doane Hinshaw and family r
Photo: Thomas Doane Hinshaw 1910, age 75, in Chicago's Garfield Park s
Photo: Anna Harriet Lundy with sisters, probably about 1870s s
Photo: Anna Harriet Lundy probably about 1870s (retouched) s
Photo: Thomas Doane Hinshaw family s
1. "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", by William Hinshaw; edited by Milo Custer; private printing, Bloomington, Illinois, 1911; Frank I. Miller Co., printers. LDS microfilm number 1402822.
12. "The Landed Gentry", by Burke.
21. "The Compendium of American Genealogy", GS929.373 V81 in a local library.
45. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Tennessee.
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.
94. "Johnston of Caskieben, Crimond, and Caiesmill" by Lorand V. Johnson, microfilm #0982174, Item 1, in the LDS Family History Library.
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 Nicole Wing citing:
Inscription on the back of a family photo, written by Anna Marie Hinshaw.
(b) Contribution from Nicole Wing citing: obituary of Thomas Doane Hinshaw,
"The Union Star", Union, Hardin County, Iowa, Thursday, December 7, 1911.
(c) Gravestone inscriptions, Chester Cemetery, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; USGenWeb Archives:
(d) 1860 census, New Providence P.O., Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; page 693B, line #7, dwelling #588, family #563.
(e) 1880 census, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; roll T9-0343, ED 255, page 523D, line #6, dwelling #174, family #177.
(f) 1900 census, Spirit Lake, Center Grove Township, Dickinson County, Iowa; roll T623-429, ED 35, page 12A, line #35, dwelling #232, family #238.
(g) Contribution from Nicole Wing citing:
Letter from William Wade Hinshaw to his daughter Anne.
(h) Hardin County (Iowa) Marriage Book 1, 1853 - 1866; USGenWeb Archives:
(i) Contribution from Nicole Wing citing:
"History of Hardin County" (1883), page 848.
(j) 1860 census, New Providence P.O., Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; page 693A, line #34, dwelling #586, family #561.
(k) 1870 census, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; page 480A-B, line #1, dwelling #22, family #22.
(l) 1870 census, Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; page 479B, line #37, dwelling #15, family #15.
(m) Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; http://www.ancestry.com.
(n) 1910 census, 14th Ward, Precince 1, Denver, Denver County, Colorado; roll T624-117, ED 177, page 8B, line #69, dwelling #113, family #117.
(o) Contribution from Dee March ().
(p) Illinois Statewide Death Index, Pre-1916:
(q) Photo from the book "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", 1911.
(r) Photo courtesy of Nicole Wing.
(s) Photo courtesy of Jeffrey W. Hill ().
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