┌── Adolphus D. Hinshaw │ 1840-1911 ┌── Elmer Hinshaw ───┤ │ 1863-1935 │ │ └── Louisa Jane Brown │ 1840-1870 Adolphus Hinshaw ──────┤ B: 1890 │ ┌── G.D. Reid D: 1962 │ │ └── Nettie F. Reid ──┤ 1865-1943 │ └── Mary Collins M: Virginia Cunningham M: Lizzie Simmons ├── Harold Wilson Hinshaw (1918-2010) 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 ├── Violet Louise Henshaw (1920-1933) 2,8,9 ├── Durbin Leonard Hinshaw (1922-1996) 2,3,10 ├── Doss Hinshaw, Jr. (1923-1993) 2,3,10 ├── Louis Riley Hinshaw (c1923-1923) 9,11 ├── Shirley Jean Hinshaw (c1926-) 2,3,4,6,10 ├── Delores Hinshaw (c1934-) 3,4,6,10 └── William Hinshaw (1937-2005) 3,4,10
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Adolphus Hinshaw3,12,13,14 [Doss Hinshaw3,10,15,16,17, Dossie Hinshaw18, Dallas Hinshaw1, D. H. Hinshaw19].
Born Jan - 189015 [Jan 18 18913,5,12,13,20, about 18931, Jan 18 189317, about 189014, about 18922,10], Nebraska15 [Hudson, McLean County, Illinois17].
He married Virginia Cunningham19,21,22 [Virginia Meek21,22], Dec 16 191319,21,22, at the bride's father's home, South Washington Street, Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri19,21,22.
At the time of his marriage Dossie had been a resident of Utica, Livingston County, Missouri.19
Dossie's marriage was announced in "The Chillicothe Constitution" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Wednesday, December 17, 191321 and Thursday, December 18, 191322
D. H. HINSHAW WEDS MRS. VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM
D. H. Hinshaw and Mrs. Cunningham, two well known and popular young people of Livingston county, were married Tuesday evening at eight o'clock at the home of the bride's father, B. J. Meek, South Washington street, Rev. Mr. George Rulison, pastor of the First M. E. Church officiating. Only the immediate relatives and a few close friends were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw are taking a trip through the south. After their return they will be at home to their friends on the Hinshaw farm in Green town ship.
Virginia had been previously married to A. T. Cunningham, Oct 5 1908, Livingston County, Missouri.19
The following article was published in "The Chillicothe Constitution" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Monday, April 13, 1914:23
Young Man Disappears
Murry Patton, 13 years old, who has been making his home with Mr. and Mrs. D. Henshaw in Utica the past winter, has disappeared from his home and his whereabouts as yet is unknown. Mr. Henshaw has had a revolver in his home of which the young man was especially fond, but he has never been allowed to handle it. The Henshaws left home Saturday for a short time, leaving the young man at home to do the chores and keep house. Upon their return Saturday night they found the chores undone, the house torn up in general, and a large mirrow [sic] smashed with a pistol shot. The young man had disappeared, taking with him the pistol. A search of the surrounding country was made with no results and late today the young man had not been found.
The following article was published in "The Chillicothe Constitution" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Tuesday, April 14, 1914:24
No Trace of Patton.
No trace has been secured of Murry Patton, the thirteen-year-old boy who suddenly disappeared from the home of D. Henshaw, in Utica last Saturday. A searching party has been out since Sunday, endeavoring to find some trace of the missing boy, but so far they have been unable to do so.
He then married Lizzie Simmons3,18 [Elizabeth Simmons3, Sarah Elizabeth Simmons4,5,8], Jan 20 19173,18, Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri3,18. Lizzie was born Mar 22 1900, Oquawka, Henderson County, Illinois.1,2,5,8,10,20
Doss and Lizzie's marriage was announced in "The Chillicothe Constitution" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Monday, January 22, 1917:18
Two Courthouse Weddings.
P. S. Abar of Alliance, Neb., and Mrs. M. Bailey of Brookfield were married at the courthouse Saturday evening by Judge S. D. Rohrer. Dossie Hinshaw and Lizzie Simmons, both of Sampsel, were also married at the courthouse Saturday afternoon by Judge Rohrer.
On Jun 5 1917 Doss Hinshaw, age 24, registered for the World War I draft in Woodford [McLean] County, Illinois. He declared he was born Jan 18 1893 in Hudson, Illinois, and he was then still residing in Hudson where he was married and a farmer. He was recorded as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, black hair.17
The following article was published in "The Chillicothe Daily Constitution" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Friday, August 10, 1917:25
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hinshaw arrived here last week to make an extended visit with home folks.
Dossie and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 7-8 1920), Sampsel Township, Livingston County, Missouri:1
Doss and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 11 1930), Oquawka, Henderson County, Illinois:2
In 1935 Doss was living in Gladstone, Illinois.16
Doss and family were shown in the 1940 census (May 9 1940), Oquawka, Henderson County, Illinois:10
The following article was published in the "Edwardsville Intelligencer" (Edwardsville, Illinois) on Tuesday, July 10, 1951:26
Oquawka, Ill., (AP) -- Jack Arthur Richmond, 8, of Oquawka, was killed instantly Monday when struck by an auto. The boy was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Richmond. Richmond is a cashier at the Oquawka bank. Witnesses reported the boy ran from behind a parked car into the path of an auto driven by Doss Hinshaw, Sr., Oquawka.
Adolphus Hinshaw died Nov 7 1962, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa; buried Plot 42, Delabar Addition, Oquawka Cemetery, Oquawka, Henderson County, Illinois.3,5,20,27
Doss's obituary was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Thursday, November 8, 1962:27
Heart Attack Fatal to Doss Hinshaw, 71
Once Farmer Here, He Was Brother of Mrs. Williams
Doss Hinshaw, 71, Oquawaka, Ill., died at 1:15 p.m. yesterday in a hospital in Burlington, Ia., following a heart attack. He suffered his second heart seizure on Saturday.
He was a farmer in the Chillicothe vicinity, near Utica, for a number of years. In Illinois he operated a Christmas tree farm.
He is survived by three brothers, Arthur (Dick) Hinshaw, Kansas City; Milt Hinshaw, Gary, Ind., and Clarence Hinshaw, Bloomington, Ill., and four sisters, Mrs. Helen Malone, Omaha; Mrs. Irene Dappen, Dawson, Neb.; Mrs. Myrtle Sutton, Bloomington, and Mrs. John (Chuck) Williams, Chillicothe.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 o'clock at Oquawaka. Burial also will be there. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will leave tomorrow.
Lizzie died Apr - 1985, buried Plot 42, Delabar Addition, Oquawka Cemetery, Oquawka, Henderson County, Illinois.5,20,28
Photo: Doss Hinshaw World War I draft registration card 17
Social Security information for Lizzie Simmons: 346-18-5305
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