Nancy Anna Hinshaw

                                                   ┌── William Hinshaw
                                                   │    1804-1887 
                       ┌── Joseph Rhoads Hinshaw ──┤
                       │    1843-1918              │
                       │                           └── Nancy Jane Woodward Rhodes
                       │                                   ?-c1846
Nancy Anna Hinshaw ────┤
B: 1869                │                           ┌── Samuel Bench
D: 1954                │                           │
                       └── Sarah Jane Bench ───────┤
                            1842-1920              │
                                                   └── Charity (Bench)
M: Charles Oscar Ocker

M: - Hackel

Nancy Anna Hinshaw     [ID 04175] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Nancy Anna Hinshaw1 [Anna Hinshaw2,3,4, Annie Hinshaw5,6].

Born Jul 15 18691,2,3 [Jul 4 18684,5,6], New Providence, Hardin County, Iowa1,2,3.  

She married Charles Oscar Ocker, Mar 7 1887.2  Charles, son of David + Sarah Ocker, was born Oct 20 1860, New Berlin, Pennsylvania.2,4,7  

Child:2,4,6

Filmore/Philmar Raymond Ocker, born Apr 18 1891, Kansas; died Mar 9 1967; married Carie Fern Jordan.

Nancy and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 2-4 1900), Canyon County, Idaho:4

Ocker, Charles, head-of-household, age 39, born Oct 1860 in Pennsylvania; parents born in Pennsylvania; married 13 years; occupation: [..unclear..] blacksmith; rented farm.
Ocker, Anna, wife, age 31, born July 1868 in Iowa; parents born in Iowa; married 13 years; 1 child, 1 living.
Ocker, Fillmore, son, age 9, born Apr 1891 in Kansas; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Iowa; attended school 4 months.

Charles died Nov 26 1941, Washington.2  

She then married - Hackel.6  

Nancy Anna Hinshaw died Jun 1 1954, Yakima, Washington.1,2  

Annie's death was reported in the "Salina Journal" (Salina, Kansas) on Tuesday, June 6, 19546 (see scan below).

(photo)Photo: Anna Hinshaw

(photo)Photo: Anna Hinshaw with parents and family

(photo)Photo: Anna Hinshaw & Charles Ocker family

(photo)Photo: Death of Annie Hinshaw "Salina Journal" (Salina, Kansas), Jun 6 1954 6


Sources

  1. Family lineage contributed by Alta M. Ocker
  2. Contribution from Dee March ().
  3. 1880 census, Chapman Township, Ottawa County, Kansas; roll T9-0392, ED 219, page 375A, line #2, dwelling #116, family #122.
  4. 1900 census, Emmett Precinct, Canyon County, Idaho; roll T623-232, ED 133, page 2A, line #5, dwelling #22, family #23.
  5. 1870 census, El Dora P.O., Providence Township, Hardin County, Iowa; roll M593-394, page 479, line #22, dwelling #13, family #13.
  6. Death of Annie Hinshaw Hackel; "Salina Journal" (Salina, Kansas), Jun 6 1954; http://www.ancestry.com.
  7. Posting Oct 18 1999 by Renae Cottam () to the Ocker message board:
    http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.ocker/1.


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