┌── Stephen Hinshaw │ 1797-1877 ┌── Thomas Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1831-1925 │ │ └── Hannah Davis │ 1804-1881 Delphina E. Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1860 │ ┌── Nicholas Barker D: 1886 │ │ └── Mary Barker ─────┤ 1832-1923 │ └── Catherine Cox M: Allen T. Hiatt
|Delphina E. Hinshaw [ID 00336]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Delphina E. Hinshaw1,2,3 [Delphinia E. Hinshaw4].
Born Feb 29 1860, Holly Spring, North Carolina.1,2,3
She married Allen T. Hiatt, Sep - 1884.4,5 Allen, son of Isom Hiatt & Asenath Tomlinson, was born Oct 28 1862, Hamilton County, Indiana.4
Note that Allen's sister Clara married Delphina's cousin, Seth Hinshaw.
Delphina E. Hinshaw died Sep 16 1886, buried Holly Spring MM, North Carolina; aged 25 years, 6 months, 17 days.4
Allen died Jul 24 1889, Randolph County, North Carolina; buried Holly Spring MM, N.C.4
Delphina and Allen and their two children all died from tuberculosis.6
A biography of Delphina's parents noted:5
Delphina, a lovely young lady with a wealth of black curly hair, captivated a handsome young man, Allen Hiatt, whose parents had gone west before the Civil War. They were married in September, 1884, and began making plans for a permanent home.
But tragedy came into the picture. Delphina contracted tuberculosis, a common scourge of that day. This dread disease spread to others in her family. including little Stella, who lived just "Five months, twenty-seven days". Death then came for Delphina herself in 1886. Allen Hiatt lived until 1889, when he too died of tuberculosis. The burden of caring for the stricken Hiatt family fell most heavily upon Mary Hinshaw.
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