Eliza J. Hinshaw

                                           ┌── George Washington Hinshaw
                                           │    1822-1907 
                    ┌── James N. Hinshaw ──┤
                    │    1847->1920        │
                    │                      └── Elizabeth Jane Robertson
                    │                           1824-1893 
Eliza J. Hinshaw ───┤
B: 1875             │                      ┌── Joshua Anderson
D: 1912             │                      │
                    └── Lydia A. Prince ───┤
                         1849-?            │
                                           └── Francis Emily Trice
M: Charles Morris

Eliza J. Hinshaw     [ID 07163] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Born 1875, Alabama.1,2,3  (Dec 1 1877).4,5  (1883).6  

She married Charles Morris7,8 [Charley Monroe Marris9], Dec 22 18987,8, Jackson County, Alabama7,8.  Charles, son of Calvin T. Morris & Eliza Jane (Gifford) Yates, was born Feb - 1880, Alabama.6,10,11  (Tennessee).3  (c1886).12  (Feb 15 1876).9  (Feb 14 1877).4,5  Charles was the brother of Edward Morris13 who married Eliza's sister Mary Susan Hinshaw, as well as the brother of Nannie Morris who married Eliza's cousin James Anderson Hinshaw.  

Children:3,12

Walter L. Morris, born c1901, Alabama.
Clarence E. Morris, born Mar 4 1903, Swaim, Alabama; died Mar 9 1994, Galesburg, Illinois; married Georgia Roberts, Sep 22 1972. 14
Robert R. Morris, born c1905, Alabama.
Lillian M. Morris, born c1906, Alabama.
Samuel T. Morris, born c1907, Alabama.
Mayme/Maimie I. Morris, born 1909, Alabama.
Eva L. Morris, born c1913, Alabama; married -- Bishop (child: Bryan Bishop: ). 13,14

Eliza and Charles were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 20 1900), Franklin County, Tennessee:6

Morris, Charles, head-of-household, age 20, born Feb 1880 in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama; married 1 year; occupation: farmer; rented farm.
Morris, Eliza, wife, age 17, born [..unclear..] 1883 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; married 1 year; no children.
Living next door in 1900 was the family of sister Mary Susan;15 one more house away was cousin James Anderson Hinshaw with his wife Nannie Morris and her family;16 one more house away was the family of Jane Hinshaw #8401;17 one more house away was the family of Franklin Henshaw #5610.18  

Eliza and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 19 1910), Collins Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama:3

Morris, Charles N.M., head-of-household, age 30, born in Tennessee; parents born in Tennessee; first marriage, married 10 years; occupation: farmer, home farm; owned farm (free).
Morris, Eliza F., wife, age 24, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; first marriage, married 10 years; 6 children, 6 living.
Morris, Walter L., son, age 9, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Morris, Clarence E., son, age 6, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Morris, Robert R., son, age 5, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Morris, Lillia M., daughter, age 4, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Morris, Samuel T., son, age 3, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Morris, Maimie I., daughter, age 1 year 3 months, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.

Eliza J. Hinshaw died Aug 20 1912, buried Morris Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama.4,5  

After Eliza died, Charles remarried to Eliza's sister, Joeanner (Hinshaw) Houston/Hauston.9,12,19  

On Sep 12 1918 Charley Monroe Marris, age 42, registered for the World War I draft in Scottsboro, Jackson County, Alabama.  He declared he was born Feb 15 1876, and was then residing in Swaim, Jackson County, Alabama where he was farming, employed by Lida Hinshaw of Swaim.  He declared his nearest relative was Joanna Marris of Swaim.  He was recorded as tall, medium build, blue eyes, dark brown hair.9  

Charles and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 19 1920), Estill Fork Road, Bishop Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama:12

Maris, Charley M., head-of-household, age 34, born in Tennessee; parents born in Tennessee; rented home; occupation: farmer, general farm.
Maris, Joeanna, wife, age 35, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Maris, Walter, son, age 18, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama; occupation: farm laborer, home farm.
Maris, Clarence, son, age 16, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama; occupation: farm laborer, home farm.
Maris, Robert R., son, age 14, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama; attended school.
Maris, Lillian, daughter, age 12, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama; attended school.
Maris, Samuel, son, age 11, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Maris, Mayme, daughter, age 9, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Maris, Eva L., daughter, age 7, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Maris, Oleana [unclear], daughter, age 5, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Maris, Harvy C., son, age 3 years 4 months, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Maris, Pearl R., daughter, age 1 year 7 months, born in Alabama; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Alabama.
Hauston, Essie, step-daughter, age 12, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; attended school.
Living next door on one side in 1920 was the family of Eliza's sister Mary Susan;20 two houses away on the other side was the family of Eliza's sister Hannah.21  

Charles and Joeanner were divorced.22  Charles then lived with Eliza's sister Hannah.19  It is unknown if Hannah and Charles ever married, but they lived together for many years until their deaths.19  

Charles died Jul 24 1966, buried Morris Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama.4,5  


Sources

  1. Genealogy data (Henall.FTW) by George Frederick Langley, Jr..
  2. 1880 census, Jackson County, Alabama; Beat 18, ED 102, page 6B/67B, line #35, dwelling #51, family #54.
  3. 1910 census, Collins Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T624-16, ED 37, page 3A, line #33, dwelling #41, family #41.
  4. Contribution from Joanie (Morris) Fisher, citing: gravestone.
  5. Morris Cemetery burials, Jackson County, Alabama; USGenWeb Archives:
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/jackson/cemeteries/morris3.txt.
  6. 1900 census, Civil District 16, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T623-1570, ED 29, page 8B, line #78, dwelling #147, family #149.
  7. Dodd, Jordan R. "Early American Marriages: Alabama, 1800 to 1920". Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1999.
  8. Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969; http://www.ancestry.com.
  9. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; http://www.ancestry.com.
  10. 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 97, page 11B, line #38, dwelling #16, family #17.
  11. Contribution from Joanie (Morris) Fisher.
  12. 1920 census, Bishop Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T625-19, ED 40, page 8A, line #17, dwelling #23, family #24.
  13. Contribution from Bryan Bishop.
  14. Obituary of Clarence E. Morris; The Peoria Journal Star, Mar 10 1994
    (UMI Obituaries 1990-1997. Orem, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1998).
  15. 1900 census, Civil District 16, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T623-1570, ED 29, page 8B, line #75, dwelling #146, family #148.
  16. 1900 census, Civil District 16, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T623-1570, ED 29, page 8B, line #67, dwelling #145, family #147.
  17. 1900 census, Civil District 16, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T623-1570, ED 29, page 8B, line #63, dwelling #144, family #146.
  18. 1900 census, Civil District 16, Franklin County, Tennessee; roll T623-1570, ED 29, page 8B, line #53, dwelling #143, family #145.
  19. Contribution from Joanie (Morris) Fisher, citing: Jay D. Morris.
  20. 1920 census, Bishop Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T625-19, ED 40, page 8A, line #30, dwelling #24, family #25.
  21. 1920 census, Bishop Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T625-19, ED 40, page 8A, line #7, dwelling #21, family #22.
  22. 1930 census, Bishop Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T626-20, ED 23, page 4A, line #28, dwelling #78, family #78.


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