Daniel Hatch Hinshaw

                                                      ┌── Benjamin Hinshaw
                                                      │    1795-?    
                          ┌── Uriah Solomon Hinshaw ──┤
                          │    1822-1888 
                          │
                          │
Daniel Hatch Hinshaw ─────┤
B: 1853                   │                           ┌── Daniel Pickard
D: 1901                   │                           │
                          └── Sarah Pickard ──────────┤
                               1820-1891              │
                                                      └── Margaret O'Daniel
M: Missouri Frances Robey
   └── Clova Hinshaw (1887-1887) 1

Daniel Hatch Hinshaw     [ID 05204] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Born Apr 13 1853, Randolph County, North Carolina.2,3,4,5  

He married Missouri Frances Robey2,5,6,7 [Missouri F. Nelson3,4], Oct 10 18862,5,6,7, Hamilton County, Indiana2,5,6,7.  Married by John W. Crews, minister.6  Missouri, daughter of Thomas Leonard Robey & Nancy Jane Elston, was born Dec 25 1862, Indiana.2,8  She was known within the family as "Souri".9  

Daniel lived in Boone and Randolph Counties, Indiana.4  

In a story Dec 27 1889 in the "Zionsville Times" (Boone County, Indiana) "Mr. Hinshaw & wife" were in attendance at a dinner for TL and Nancy Robey [Missouri's parents] at the Robey home on Christmas Day, 1889, which was "given by their children".9  

Daniel Hatch Hinshaw died Jan 13 1901, Zionsville, Boone County, Indiana; buried Eagle Creek Cemetery, Eagletown, Hamilton County, Indiana.2,10  

After Daniel died, Missouri remarried to her widowed brother-in-law, H.H. Avery, on Jan 19 1910 in Boone County, Indiana (by Benjamin Smith, minister).9,11,12  She helped raise her sister's sons.9  

Missouri died Mar 27 1917, buried Eagle Creek Cemetery, Eagletown, Hamilton County, Indiana.2

(photo)Photo: Gravestone: Daniel Hatch and Missouri Hinshaw 13


Sources

  1. Contribution from Beth Robey () citing: gravestone.
  2. Contribution from Robert Stephan Hinshaw citing:
    Gravestone rubbings from the Eagle Creek Cemetery, Eagletown, Indiana,
    made in Oct 1997 by Patricia Kay Hinshaw.
  3. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) computerized Ancestral File.
  4. Family group sheets contributed by Nolan K. Moran ()
  5. Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com (Book C-1, page 81).
  6. Contribution from Beth Robey () citing: marriage record.
  7. Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com (Book 7, page 425).
  8. Contribution from Beth Robey () citing:
    Gravestone; 1870 census, Clay Twp., Hamilton County, Indiana.
  9. Contribution from Beth Robey ().
  10. Boone County, Indiana Index to Death Records, 1882-1920,
    Indiana Works Progress Administration; Book H-8, pg 11 (also Book R-17, pg 25).
  11. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920; Ancestry.com.
  12. Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com.
  13. Photo courtesy of Robert S. Hinshaw.


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