┌── Jacob Hinshaw │ 1843-1919 ┌── Linneus Hinshaw ───────┤ │ 1870-1936 │ │ └── Hannah Ellen Macy │ 1845-1905 Harold Cother Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1896 │ ┌── William Cother D: 1924 │ │ └── Gladys Luella Cother ──┤ 1865-1920 │ └── Esther Underwood M: Ada Luedela BeMent ├── Linneus Dudley Hinshaw (1921-1965) 1,2,3,4,5 └── Wheeler Jacob Hinshaw (1923-1990) 1,2,3,4,5
|Harold Cother Hinshaw [ID 06326]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Jul 11 1896, Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa.6,7,8,9
Harold was a World War I veteran.10
He married Ada Luedela BeMent2,6 [Ada Le Bement11,12], May 11 19192,6. Ada, daughter of George Bement & Luella Artus, was born Apr 4 1898, LaPorte County, Indiana.2,3,5,13
Ada had been previously married Oct 18 1916 to Albert Felton.2
Harold and Ada were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 29 1920), Arnolds Park, Center Grove Township, Dickinson County, Iowa:9
Harold Cother Hinshaw died Mar 27 1924, at his home, Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa; buried Okoboji Cemetery, Arnolds Park, Iowa.1,6,10
Harold's obituary was published in the "Spirit Lake Beacon" (Spirit Lake, Iowa) on Thursday, April 3, 19246 (see scan below).
Widow Ada and sons were shown in the 1925 Iowa state census, Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa:5
Ada and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 3 1930) living with her brother and mother on Des Moines Street, Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa:3
Ada remarried to William Franklin Cargill, Sr., Oct 28 1931.2,11,12,14,15
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on September 6, 1948:16
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Hinshaw and son of Arnolds Park spent the week end with his parents, and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cargill. and Mrs. Luella Bement.
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on January 21, 1954:14
Wheeler Hinshaw of Arnold's Park was a weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. Wm. Cargill. Mrs. Nellie Allen, who had been caring for Mrs. Cargill's mother, Mrs. Bement, returned home with him.
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on February 18, 1954:15
Rev. Paul Biaotto, pastor of the Friends' Church at Arnolds Park, came Friday for an afternoon's visit with "Grandma" Bement, who is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Cargill. The church of which he is pastor was founded by Rev. Jacob Hinshaw, great grandfather of Linneus and Wheeler Hinshaw, the former of whom (Linneus Hinshaw) lived at Nashua at one time. Rev. Biaotto was accompanied here by Ivan Whipple of Arnolds Park.
Wheeler Hinshaw and family of Arnolds Park were weekend vistors here in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Cargill.
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on August 22, 1963:17
Ina Coverdell and LaVerne Cargill Take Vows at Congregational Church
INA MARIE Coverdell and SP/4 LaVerne A. Cargill were united in marriage on Sunday, August 4, at the First Congregational church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the pastor, Rev. John Loeschen. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Coverdell of Nashua and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cargill, Sr., also of Nashua.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white satin. The bodice was fashioned with a scoop neckline, outlined with lace appliques embroidered with sequins and seed pearls; and cap sleeves. The full skirt featured lace appliques. Her shoulder length veil was of imported silk illusion attached to a crown of lace, embroidered with seed pearls and sequins. Her bouquet was white and pink roses.
Matron of honor was Dorothy Card. She wore a pink taffeta dress with a scoop neckline, cap sleeves and a full skirt. The dress was trimmed in deep pink satin. Her hat was deep pink pillbox with a short bouquet of white mums.
W. F. Cargill, Jr., brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Leland Blanchard and Glen R. Coverdell. Miss Kay Cargill was in charge of the guest book.
The bride's mother wore a dress of beige linen with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a dress of brown silk, lined with brown satin, with beige accessories. Both mothers wore white carnation corsages.
A reception following the ceremony was held at the bridegroom's home on Chestnut St.
The bride wore a going-away dress of pink with white accessories.
The out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cargill, Jr. and family of San Jose, Calif.; L. D. Hinshaw of Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Hinshaw and son of Arnolds Park; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller and family of Bristow; Mrs. Charlotte Cargill and Kay of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wycoff and family of Winterset; Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Fisher and family of Marble Rock and Fred Fitch of Charles City.
The bride is a 1960 graduate of Greenfield high school and is employed by Vorhes Fertilizer of Charles City. The bridegroom received his high school diploma in 1958 while in the Army. He is now stationed at Fort Lee, Va.
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on April 23, 1964:18
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hinshaw and four sons of Arnolds Park and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller and family from Bristow were visiting at the W. F. Cargill, Sr. home. Linn Hinshaw will be staying there for two weeks and then will be returning to his job at the Morning Democrat and the Daily Times at Davenport.
The following article was published in the "Nashua Reporter" (Nashua, Iowa) on July 22, 1965:19
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cargill, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hinshaw and sons, Robert and Eric of Arnolds Park and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cargill and Melvin.
William Franklin Cargill died Dec 11 1969.12
Ada died May 11 1976, Riverside Guest Home, Charles City, Floyd County, Iowa; buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw County, Iowa.2,13,20
Ada's death was noted in the "Plainfield News" (Plainfield, Iowa) on Wednesday, May 12, 1976:20
Ada L. Cargill
Dies at 78
Final services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday from the Chenowith Funeral Home in Nashua for Mrs. Ada L. (Bill) Cargill, 79, who died Tuesday in the Riverside Guest Home in Charles City.
Rev. Robert Lemmermann, pastor of the First United Methodist church in Nashua, officiated and burial was in Oak Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Jessie Hanscom was pianist and vocalists were Janice Edson and Jean Brown.
Flowers were in charge of Margaret Bahlmann and Evelyn Rausch.
Survivors include four sons: Keith of Camanche; William of Fremont, Ca.; Laverne of Grovetown, Ga.; and Wheeler Hinshaw of Arnolds Park; a daughter, Luella Miller of Bristow; and a sister, Edith Henke of Michigan City, In.
The following article was published in the "Plainfield News" (Plainfield, Iowa) on Wednesday, June 9, 1976:21
Charter in Honor
Of Ada Cargill
The Nashua Rebekah lodge met May 25 with 17 members present.
The charter was draped for Ada Cargill. Re[..unclear..]igation ceremony was held with Wanda Lockey in charge.
Arrangements were made for placing of Rebekah flags for deceased members. Plans were made for having a joint meeting with Charles City June 22 at Charles City. It was voted to send 3 cent tax per member for the IOOF home picnic July 11.
Next meeting in June 8, at which all PWG's will honored [sic]. Louise Wagner is in charge of the program and Edith Smith is in charge of table decorations.
Resolutions of Respect were drawn, to be sent to family [sic] of Ada Cargill and to the Iowa Hawkeye Magazine.
Doris Dean, Vice-Grand, was reported in Charles City hospital for surgery.
Photo: Obituary of Harold Cother Hinshaw "Spirit Lake Beacon", Apr 3 1924 6
Social Security information for Ada Luedela BeMent: 479-80-7831
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