┌── John Hinshaw │ 1747-1800 ┌── Benjamin H. Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1782-1866 │ │ └── Ruth (Pike) Weisner │ 1744-1795 William Benjamin Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1808 │ ┌── William Bowman D: 1891 │ │ └── Annas Bowman ─────────┤ 1790-1865 │ └── Anna Workman M: Hannah Coffin ├── James Madison Hinshaw (1832-1888) 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 ├── Emily Jane Hinshaw (1834-1834) 1,2,3,4,6 ├── Elmira Louise Hinshaw (1835-1893) 1,2,3,4,6,8,9 ├── Oliver Goldsmith Hinshaw (1837-1838) 1,2,3,4 ├── Barnabas Coffin Hinshaw (1841-1928) 1,2,3,4,7,8 ├── Exalina Louisa Hinshaw (1843-1882) 1,2,3,4,7,8,10 └── Henry B. Hinshaw (1848-?) 1,2,3,4,8,10,11,12
|William Benjamin Hinshaw [ID 00391]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born 11-29-1808, Marlborough MM, Randolph County, North Carolina.3,4,6,8,9,10,11,13,14,15,16,17
At Marlborough MM on 7-7-1831, William was granted a certificate to Deep River MM, to marry.14
At Deep River MM on 8-4-1831, William B. Hinshaw produced a certificate from Marlborough MM, to marry.14
He married Hannah Coffin, 8-18-1831, Deep River MM, North Carolina.1,4,14,15 Hannah, daughter of Joseph Coffin & Hannah Ballenger, was born 12-3-1814, Guilford County, North Carolina.1,3,4,6,8,9,10
At Deep River MM on 5-3-1832, Hannah was granted a certificate to West Grove MM, Indiana. (no mention of William).14
At Marlborough MM on 6-7-1832, William was granted a certificate to West Grove MM, Indiana. (no mention of Hannah).14
At West Grove MM (Indiana) in 6 Mo., 1832, William was received on a certificate from Marlborough MM, N.C., and Hannah, wife of William B. Hinshaw, was received on a certificate from Deep River MM, N.C.6
William B. Hinshaw on Mar 9, 1833, age 24, recorded a land deed in Wayne County, Indiana (from "Early Landowners of Wayne County").1
At West Grove MM in 9 Mo., 1833, William Hinshaw & Hannah & son James Madison were granted a certificate to New Garden MM.6
At New Garden MM on 9-21-1833, William B. Hinshaw & Hannah & son James Madison were received on certificates from West Grove MM.3
At New Garden MM on 3-21-1835, William B. Hinshaw & wife Hannah & son James Madison were granted a certificate to Duck Creek MM.3
At Duck Creek MM on 4-23-1835, William Hinshaw & wife Hannah were received on a certificate from New Garden MM.6
Duck Creek MM on 1-21-1836 recorded "William B. Hinshaw, Duck Creek PM, informed us he has used spiritous liquor to excess and was intoxicated. 2-25-1836 condemned his misconduct."6
At Spiceland MM on 9-19-1838, William B. Hinshaw & wife Hannah & children James M. & Elmina Louise were granted a certificate to Springfield MM.6
At Springfield MM (Economy, Wayne County, Indiana) on 11-17-1838, William B. Hinshaw & family (son James) were received on a certificate from Spiceland MM.3
By as early as 1840 William had established the business of "Hinshaw & Coffin", with Barnabas Coffin, in the town of Economy, Wayne County, Indiana. Later William carried on the business alone for many years.18
William and family were shown in the 1850 census, Economy Township, Wayne County, Indiana:8
William and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 10 1860), Economy, Wayne County, Indiana:10
At Springfield MM on 12-18-1869 William B. Hinshaw was granted a certificate to Whitewater MM. On 6-21-1873, Hannah was granted a similar certificate.3
At Whitewater MM on 1-26-1870, William B. Hinshaw was received on a certificate from Springfield MM. On 6-25-1873, Hannah was similarly received on a certificate from Springfield MM.5
William and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 22 1870), Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana:11
William and Hannah were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 16 1880), Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana:17
At Whitewater MM on 6-23-1881, William B. and Hannah Hinshaw were granted certificates to Indianapolis MM.5
At Indianapolis MM on 7-20-1881, William B. and Hannah Hinshaw were received on a certificate from Whitewater MM, Richmond.9
William Benjamin Hinshaw died Dec 26 1891, Indianapolis MM, Indiana; aged 83 yrs.1,9,13
Hannah died Jun 4 18971,9 [Jun 2 189719], Indianapolis MM, Indiana1,9; buried Crown Hill1,9.
Hannah's obituary was published as follows:19
AGED QUAKERESS DEAD
Mrs. Hannah Cofflin Hinshaw Passes Away at Eighty-Three
[handwritten notation: "died June 2d 1897"]
Mrs. Hannah Cofflin Hinshaw died Friday night at her home, 20 State-ave. N. She was born in North Carolina in 1814 and was the last of a family of ten children of Joseph Cofflin. Mrs. Hinshaw was a descendent from the original Nantucket stock. Tristram Cofflin was the original Nantucket quaker. In 1752 a branch of the Cofflin family went to North Carolina and all the Cofflins in the West are decendents from this branch.
Mrs. Cofflin married William E. Hinshaw in 1830 and two years later they moved to Wayne county, Indiana, living there until about twenty years ago, when they came to Indianapolis. Mr. Hinshaw died in 1891, after a married life with the deceased for sixty years. Their wedding was celebrated in 1830, according to quaker custom, in Deepwater meeting house in North Carolina. The curious old marriage certificate is still preserved by the family. Mrs. Hinshaw was a member of the friends’ church in this city, but always held out against innovations, such as singing and instrumental music.
Mrs. Hinshaw’s death was caused by debility, due to an attack of grip. The funeral will occur this afternoon at 2 o’clock. The burial will be at Crown Hill.
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