┌── Thomas Hinshaw │ 1757-1825 ┌── Simon Hinshaw ───┤ │ 1785-1852 │ │ └── Rebecca Marshill │ 1762-1836 Nathan Hinshaw ────────────────────┤ B: 1831 │ ┌── Charles Hobson D: 1895 │ │ └── Rebecca Hobson ──┤ 1784-1855 │ └── Sarah Beck M: Philura Jane Endicott ├── Mary R. C. Hinshaw (1858-1936) 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 ├── Malinda E. Hinshaw (1861-1897) 1,2,3,5,7,9 ├── George W. Hinshaw (1862-1862) 10,11 ├── Emma Jane Hinshaw (1864-1935) 1,2,3,5,7,8,9 ├── Philura A. Hinshaw (1865-1866) 10,11 M: Huldah Ann Neal ├── Florence Hinshaw (1869-1947) 1,2,5,6,8,9 ├── Luellie M. Hinshaw (1870-1871) 10,11 M: Sarah Elizabeth (Ayers) Warrick ├── James Arthur Hinshaw (1876-1939) 1,2,3,6,8 ├── Emory Walter Hinshaw (1879-1936) 1,2,3,6,8,9 ├── Earnest Warren Hinshaw (1879-1943) 1,2,3,8,9,12 M: Nancy Jane (Baty) Slingloff ├── Benjamin Franklin Hinshaw (1887-1968) 1,2,3,9,13,14 ├── Nathan Pearl Hinshaw (1888-1962) 1,2,3,13,14 └── William Hinshaw (1889-1894) 3,15
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Born Mar 15 1831, Stout's Grove, McLean County, Illinois.1,2,4,6,8,11,15,16,17,18
In the 1850 Illinois census, Nathan's real estate holding were valued at $50. He was listed as still living at home with his parents at age 19.16,19
After he left home, Nathan lived for 16 years in Mosquito Grove, Allin Township, McLean County. There he purchased 320 acres.2
He married Philura Jane Endicott1,2,7,11,17,18,20,21,22,23 [Philuria J. Endicott11,22,23, Filura Jane Endecott7], Jan 3 18581,2,7,11,17,18,20,21,22,23, McLean County, Illinois1,2,7,11,17,18,20,21,22,23. Philura, daughter of Absolam Turner Endecott & Catharine Clinton, was born Feb 15 1839, Smith Township, Posey County, Indiana.1,2,3,4,7,11,17,18 Philura was a descendent of John Endecott, Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony.7
Nathan and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jun 13 1860), McLean County, Illinois:4
Philura died Mar 26 1867, buried in the Hinshaw Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.1,11,17,18
He then married Huldah Ann Neal, Oct 1 1868, McLean County, Illinois.1,2,6,11,17,18,24,25 Huldah was born Aug 20 1845, Indiana.5,11
Nathan and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 2 1870), McLean County, Illinois:5
Huldah died May 12 1872, buried Hinshaw Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.1,11,18
He then married Sarah Elizabeth (Ayers) Warrick1,6,28,29 [Sarah E. (Ayres) Warrick2, Sarah Elizabeth Ayers12], Apr 18 18751,6,28,29, McLean County, Illinois1,6,28,29. Sarah was born Jan 29 1846.30
Sarah died May 22 1880, buried Conklin Cemetery, near Anchor, McLean County, Illinois.3,15
Widower Nathan and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 21 1880), Anchor Township, McLean County, Illinois:8
He then married Nancy Jane (Baty) Slingloff31,32 [Nancy Jane Schlingloff1,2,17, Nancy Jane Baty32, Nancy J. Batey33], Feb 18 188631,32, McLean County, Illinois31,32. Nancy was born Nov 6 18531,14,15,34 [Jun - 186513], Ford County, Illinois1,14,15,34.
Nancy had previously married George S. Slingloff, Jul 17 1873, McLean County, Illinois,33 who died before 1880,34 and by whom she had three children13 (Emma, Anna and Nicholas Slingloff).34
Nathan Hinshaw died Apr 27 1895, buried Conklin Cemetery, near Anchor, McLean County, Illinois.2,15
Nancy Jane was recorded in the McLean County tax assessment list of 1901, town of Anchor.35
Widow Nancy and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 1900), Bellflower, McLean County, Illinois:13
Widow Nancy and family were again shown in the 1910 census (Apr 15 1910), Bellflower, McLean County, Illinois:14
Nancy died Mar 23 1914, buried Conklin Cemetery, near Anchor, McLean County, Illinois.2,15
A biographical sketch of Nathan Hinshaw was published in the 1976 "History Of Lawndale, Martin, And Anchor Townships And The Villages Of Colfax And Anchor":18
Nathan Hinshaw was born at Stout's Grove, McLean County, March 15, 1831. After he left home, he lived at Mosquito Grove, Allin Twp. McLean Co. for 16 years. In 1874 he moved to Anchor Township. There he bought 320 acres.
The 1879 McLean County History has a short biography of Nathan and states that he built a cottage and barn on his farm. His place was in Sec. 11 where August Brandt lived for many years. He also ownd 160 acres where Harry Stein lived. He was a farmer and stock raiser and in 1879 his address was Garda. That post office was about one and one half miles west of his home. He was the youngest son of Simon and Rebecca and he was married four times.
He married Philura Endicott, Jan. 3,1858. She was born in Posey Co., IN, Feb.15, 1839 and died in 1867. They had 3 daughters. Mary married John Deal in 1881. They moved to Newton, Iowa in 1906, and were parents of 4 children.
Malinda, b. Jan. 4, 1861 married John Meyers in 1878. They had 2 daughters, Violet and Iva and moved to Springfield, Neb. Malinda died in 1897. The 3rd daughter, Emma b. Feb.15, 1864 m. Thomas Moots, Jan.25, 1882. They had 3 children, Bert, 1885-1911, Mabel Moots 1887-1972, and Ernest, now living at Bellflower. Thomas died in 1930 and Emma in 1935.
Nathan Hinshaw married Huldah Neal in 1868, and she died 4 years later. They had one daughter, Florence, (1869-1947). She married Dixon LeRoy Withers and they had 4 children, Stella, Cecil, Leroy and Francis. They lived in the Anchor and Colfax neighborhoods. They are buried at Prairie Chapel Cemetery.
In 1875, Nathan married Sarah Ayres Warrick. She died in 1884. They were the parents of 3 sons, James Arthur (Artie), b. 1876. He married Johanna Foss of Ford Co. and they left Anchor and went to Kansas City. They had 2 children, Ralph and Esther. The twin sons, Emory W. and Earnest were born Oct. 1,1880. Emory married Edith Hinshaw in 1901 and they moved to Eugene, Oregon. Earnest Warren lived at Fairbury, IL.
Feb.18, 1886, Nathan Hinshaw married Nancy Schlingliff of Ford Co. They were the parents of 2 sons, Benjamin Franklin b. May 11, 1887 and Nathan Pearl born Oct. 11, 1888. Both of these sons lived at Bellflower. Frank never married and died Feb. 9, 1968. Pearl is also deceased, but he had a son George and family who lived at Bellflower.
Nathan died in March, 1895 and his wife Nancy in 1914. They are buried at Prairie Chapel Cemetery. He had divided his land among his children, and it has all been sold. None of his family are left in the Anchor area.
There were other Hinshaws who came to McLean County. George Hinshaw, was born in 1776 in North Carolina and was a great uncle of John and Nathan. He moved his family to Hinshaw's Grove in 1827 near what became Bloomington. Many of his descendants are living now in the Bloomington area.
The eight brothers and sisters of John and Nathan, who came with their parents to Stout's Grove near Danvers, also have many descendants in McLean County. The Hinshaw Cemetery was on a corner of the original farm. That farm about 3 miles from Danvers is still in the possession of a member of the Hinshaw family.
Mrs. Fern Hinshaw, a granddaughter of John Hinshaw, and who had the family Bible helped supply information about this family. Mrs. Mabel Morris, a granddaughter of Nathan, helped with that family story. The "Hinshaw and Henshew History" written by Wm. Hinshaw and edited by Milo Custer and printed in 1911 was used as the source of the early story.
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