Iva Hinshaw

                                         ┌── Adolphus D. Hinshaw
                                         │    1840-1911 
                    ┌── Elmer Hinshaw ───┤
                    │    1863-1935       │
                    │                    └── Louisa Jane Brown
                    │                         1840-1870 
Iva Hinshaw ────────┤
B: 1899             │                    ┌── G.D. Reid
D: 1975             │                    │
                    └── Nettie F. Reid ──┤
                         1865-1943       │
                                         └── Mary Collins
M: John D. Williams

Iva Hinshaw     [ID 00562] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Iva Hinshaw1,2,3,4 [Ivy Hinshaw5,6].

Born Jul - 18997 [Jul 13 19001,2,4,5,6], Illinois7.  [Note: even though it seems Iva declared her birthdate as Jul 13 1900 on her Social Security SS-5 application, clearly this is impossible as this date was after the Jun 1900 enumeration of the 1900 census, where she was shown with a July 1899 birthdate - it's possible Iva might not have known her own birthdate accurately].  

She married John D. Williams1,3 [Chuck Williams1,3], Aug 23 19231,3, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri1,3.  John, son of John S. Williams & Emily Bulla, was born Apr 2 1891, Albany, Missouri.2,3  


Shirley Williams; married Don Ludwig (children: Kelly D. and Kevin Ludwig).

The following article was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Wednesday, June 8, 1927:8

Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Albany were guests Tuesday in the city of Mrs. Elmer Hinshaw.

In 1935 Iva was living in Chillicothe, Missouri.9  

John died Apr 11 1970, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; buried Resthaven Memorial Gardens, St. Clair County, Missouri.1,2,3  

John's obituary was published in the "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Thursday, April 16, 1970:3

'Chuck' Williams
Dies at 79

He Operated a Bus Line
And Chuck's Cab Co. and
Was With City.  

John D. (Chuck) Williams died at 12:25 Saturday afternoon at St. Luke's hospital in Kansas Sity, [sic] where he had been seriously ill and a patient the last 31 days.  He had been in failing health for two years.  He was 79.  

Memorial services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home with the Rev. Earl Griffith, minister of the United Methodist Church, conducting.  

Interment will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens.  

John D. Williams, son of John S. Williams and Emily (Bulla) Williams, was born April 2, 1891 at Albany.  He attended school and resided there until he moved to Chillicothe in 1921.  He was a member of the Albany Methodist church.  

After coming to Chillicothe he operater [sic] a bus line from Carrollton to Trenton until 1936, at which time he started the Chuck's Cab Co. and operated that until 1948.  After that time he worked for the city in various departments.  

On Aug. 23, 1923, he married Miss Iva Hinshaw at St. Joseph.  

In addition to his wife of the home at 820 Walnut street, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Don (Shirley) Ludwig, Leawood, Kan.; two grandchildren, Kelly D. and Kevin Ludwig; three sisters, Misses Lucy Williams and Mary Williams and Mrs. Clyde Kimnin, Albany.

In 1975 Iva was still living in/near Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri.2  

Iva Hinshaw died Jul - 1975.1,2  

Social Security information for Iva Hinshaw: 493-18-0291

Social Security information for John D. Williams: 500-36-0492


  1. Family lineage contributed by Peggy Joan (Peak) Hinshaw
  2. "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from the Social Security Administration "Death Master File". See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/lesson10.htm
  3. Obituary of John D. Williams; the "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune", Apr 16 1970; http://www.ancestry.com.
  4. 1910 census, Sampsel Township, Livingston County, Missouri; roll T624-796, ED 112, page 211A, line #3, dwelling #172, family #172.
  5. "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", by William Hinshaw; edited by Milo Custer; private printing, Bloomington, Illinois, 1911; Frank I. Miller Co., printers. LDS microfilm number 1402822.
  6. "The Hudson Colony", by Ruth Bitting Hamm, "A Project of the Hudson Bicentennial Commission, Hudson, Illinois 61748" (1972?).
  7. 1900 census, Kansas Township, Woodford County, Illinois; page 80A (Sheet 14A), line #8, dwelling #270, family #273.
  8. The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri), Jun 8 1927; http://www.ancestry.com.
  9. Obituary of Elmer Hinshaw.

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