┌── Nathan Hinshaw │ 1827-1876 ┌── Thomas Newton Hinshaw ──┤ │ 1850-1904 │ │ └── Mary Green Sloan │ 1832-1907 Nathan S. Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1876 │ D: 1955 │ └── Martha Ann Holcomb 1852-1926 M: Bertha Colborn M: Laura A. -
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Born Aug 15 18761,2,3 [about 18784], Pleasant Hill, Cass County, Missouri1,2,3.
He married Bertha Colborn, 1904.1
Nathan and Bertha were divorced before 1920.2
Nathan was shown in the 1920 census (Jan 9 1920), living in the household of his brother Elvie at 639 Schaefer Avenue, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri:2
He then married Laura A. -.3,4 Laura was born about 1885, Missouri.4
Nathan and Laura were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 24 1930), Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri:4
Nathan S. Hinshaw died Nov 3 1955, near Urich, Henry County, Missouri; age 79.3,5 Medical: Nathan died from coronary thrombosis.3
Nathan's death was noted in "The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Thursday, November 3, 1955:5
DUCK HUNTER FALLS
DEAD AT BLIND
URICH, MO., Nov. 3 (AP) -- Nathan S. Hinshaw, a Kansas City businessman, died unexpectedly today while on a duck hunting trip near here.
Hinshaw was President of The American Transfer and Storage Co., at Kansas City.
Ealr [sic] Crago, a friend, said Hinshaw collapsed and died at a duck blind shortly after setting out some decoys.
Photo: Nathan S. Hinshaw death certificate Henry County, Missouri 3
Social Security information for Nathan S. Hinshaw: 487-09-5451
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