Jurilla Hinshaw

                                         ┌── Ezra Hinshaw
                                         │    1753-1836 
                   ┌── William Hinshaw ──┤
                   │    1779-1869        │
                   │                     └── Ruth Marshill
                   │                          1759-1857 
Jurilla Hinshaw ───┤
B: 1815            │                     ┌── Richard Beeson
D: 1856            │                     │
                   └── Lorohame Beeson ──┤
                        1786-1839        │
                                         └── Abigail Dimmitt
M: Robert Cox

Jurilla Hinshaw     [ID 00403] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Jurilla Hinshaw1 [Juretta Hinshaw2,3,4,5,6, Juritta Hinshaw6,7, Jurietta Hinshaw3, Juretta Henshaw8].

Born Sep 14 1815, Center MM, Guilford County, North Carolina.3,4,5  

She married Robert Cox, Feb 18 1836, Guilford County, North Carolina.3,4,5,7  Robert, son of Mahlon Cox & Catherine Mackie, was born Dec 25 1813.4,6  

A marriage bond was recorded for Juretta Henshaw & Robert Cox on Feb 17 1836, Randolph County, North Carolina.2  

At Marlborough MM on 5-7-1836, Juretta Cox (formerly Hinshaw) was disowned for her "marriage out of unity".1  


Sabina Cox, born Jan 30, 1837, died Dec 17 1921; married Apr 8 1858 Henry Hammond, son of Moses Hammond & Ruth Lawrence (see Sebarah Hinshaw). 3,5
Mahlon Cox, born Feb 18 1842, died Jul 19 1863 (in the Civil War - Confederate conscript); unmarried.
(son) Cox, born and died May 6 1843.
Minus Cox, born Oct 19 1844, died Aug 14 1864 (in the Civil War - Union Army).
Dr. H. Milo Cox, born Jul 27 1849, died Mar 4 1923; married Jan 1 1878 Ada Venorla Unthank.
J. Monroe Cox, born Jul 8 1853, died Dec 21 1913; married Jan 14 1875 Martha J. Reynolds.

Jurilla Hinshaw died Oct 14 1856.4,5,7  

After Juritta died, Robert remarried Mar 19 1872 to Mary Ann Kellum.6  

Robert died Mar 12 1894, Adams Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; buried near Sheridan, Hamilton County, Indiana.6,9  


  1. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.
  2. "North Carolina Marriage Bonds" fiche in the LDS Family History Library.
  3. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
  4. "Family of William & Rebecca Dixon Marshill, Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, Orange County, N.C.", by Thomas W. Marshall (Washington D.C., 1945, a typewritten manuscript), from the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Washington D.C.) "Marshill Family Genealogical Records 1700-1900", microfilm #0876559, item 5, in the LDS FHL.
  5. Family group sheets from Randy Hunter ()
  6. "Hinshaw Family": a collection of family group sheets by Edna Harvey Joseph; LDS FHL microfilm #1572018 items 8-10 and #1572019 items 1-4
  7. Contribution from William Banks Hinshaw.
  8. Halbert's "The New World Book of Henshaws" (for what it's worth).
  9. "Index to Death Records, Hamilton County, Indiana 1882-1920", Volume I;
    Indiana Work Projects Administration, 1942; Book H-1, page 36.

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