Ernest Raymond Hinshaw

                                                          ┌── Amos Ratcliff Hinshaw
                                                          │    1825-1900 
                          ┌── Americus Fernando Hinshaw ──┤
                          │    1854-1943                  │
                          │                               └── Elizabeth Linton
                          │                                    1831-1905 
Ernest Raymond Hinshaw ───┤
B: 1904                   │                               ┌── John M. Shouse
D: 1971                   │                               │
                          └── Charity Shouse ─────────────┤
                               1865-1943                  │
                                                          └── Lucinda Rollfe
M: Lucy May Clatterbuck
   ├── Connie Fay Hinshaw (1937-) 1,2,3
   └── Fred Newell Hinshaw (1940-) 2,3

Ernest Raymond Hinshaw     [ID 07710] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Ernest Raymond Hinshaw1,4,5,6 [Raymond E. Hinshaw7,8, Cherry Hinshaw9,10].

Born Jan 7 1904, Englewood, Boone County, Missouri.1,4,5,6,8,11,12  

Ernest graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia2 in 1928.13  He moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota and worked for Sears a short time.13  

He married Lucy May Clatterbuck9,12,14 [Lucy Mae Clatterbusk15], Feb 21 19309,12,14, Boone County, Missouri9,12,14.  Lucy, daughter of James Lorenzo Clatterbuck & Carolina Levina, was born Sep 24 1907, Callaway County, Missouri.5,9,11,16  

Ernest returned to Englewood before marrying Lucy.  He then bought a cedar creek farm.  Farming was his passion and he stayed with it all his life.  It was necessary to seek additional income, thus he also worked for Boone County National Bank for twenty-plus years, managing the Walnut Street branch.13  

Ernest and Lucy were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 17 1930), living with Ernest's parents in Cedar Township, Boone County, Missouri:11

Hinshaw, Ferdinando A., head-of-household, age 75, born in Indiana; father born in Ohio; mother born in Indiana; first married at age 28; owned home; radio in home; occupation: farmer, general farm; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Charity, wife, age 64, born in Indiana; father's birthplace unknown; mother born in Kentucky; first married at age 17.
Hinshaw, Cecil A., son, age 33, born in Missouri; parents born in Indiana; single; occupation: farmer, general farm; World War I veteran.
Hinshaw, Ernest R., son, age 26, born in Missouri; father born in Indiana; mother born in Kentucky [sic]; married, first married at age 26; occupation: laborer, general farm; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Lucy M., daughter-in-law, age 22, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri; married, first married at age 22.

Ernest and Lucy also owned and operated the Englewood general store in the late 1930's and early 1940's.  The store was then sold and a second farm was purchased east of Englewood.  After war-time work with General Cable in St. Louis, the family returned to this farm.13  

In 1971 Ernest lived in/near Englewood (near Ashland), Boone County, Missouri.2,5  

Ernest Raymond Hinshaw died Nov 15 1971, Boone County Hospital, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri; buried New Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Ashland, Boone County, Missouri.5,10,12  

Ernest's obituary was published in the "Post-Tribune" (Jefferson City, Missouri) on Tuesday afternoon, November 16, 1971 and in the "Daily Capital News" (Jefferson City, Missouri) on Wednesday, November 17, 197112 (see scan below).  

Lucy died Apr 28 2007, Boone Hospital Center, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri; age 99.5,9,10  

Lucy May's obituary was published in the "Columbia Missourian" (Columbia, Missouri) on April 28, 2007:9

Lucy May Hinshaw

Lucy May Hinshaw died Saturday, April 28, 2007, at Boone Hospital Center.  She was 99.  

She was born September 24, 1907, in Callaway County to James Lorenzo and Carolina Levina Clatterbuck.  In 1930, she married E.R. "Cherry" Hinshaw.  

For many years, Mrs. Hinshaw and her husband lived near Cedar Creek and the community of Englewood.  There, Mrs. Hinshaw helped establish the Englewood Club and clubhouse.  She was also a long-time member of New Salem Baptist Church.  

Known to family and friends as "Mama Lu," Mrs. Hinshaw said that to live in the hearts of others is not to die.  She said she wanted people not to think of her as gone, but simply in another room and with them always.  

She is survived by her daughter, Connie F. Waers, of Osage Beach; one son, Fred Hinshaw, of Columbia; two granddaughters, Lucy Cunningham, of Shawnee, Kan., and Laura Ingram, of Leawood, Kan.; two grandsons, Joseph Waers Jr., of Shawnee, Kan., and Todd Waers, of Sacramento, Calif.; six great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.  

Her husband and one grandson died earlier.  

Visitation will be at 1 p.m. on Friday at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W. Services will follow at 2 p.m.  Burial will be at New Salem Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donorís choice.  Online tributes may be left at memorialfuneralhomeandcemetery.com.

Another obituary was published by the Memorial Funeral Home:17

Lucy May Hinshaw
September 24, 1907 - April 28, 2007

Lucy May Hinshaw, 99, passed away Saturday, April 28, 2007, at Boone Hospital Center.  Services will be held on Friday, May 4, 2007, at 2 p.m. at Memorial Funeral Home.  Burial will follow at New Salem Cemetery.  Visitation will be held on Friday from 1-2 p.m. at the funeral home.  Lucy May was born September 24, 1907, in Callaway County, the daughter of the late James Lorenzo and Carolina Levina Clatterbuck.  She was united in marriage to E.R. (Cherry) Hinshaw in 1930.  He preceded her in death in 1971.  

Lucy May grew up and resided for many years near Cedar Creek and the community of Englewood.  She was instrumental in establishing the Englewood Club and Club House.  She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother.  She was a long time member of New Salem Baptist Church.  

Lucy was "Mama Lu" to all her family and later in life many of her friends also called her Mama Lu.  Lucy said that to live in the hearts of others is not to die and wanted everyone to not think of her as gone, but simply in another room and with us always.  

Survivors include her daughter, Connie F. Waers and husband Joseph Allen, Sr. of Osage Beach, MO; son, Fred Hinshaw and wife Janet of Columbia, MO; grandchildren, Lucy Denise Cunningham and husband Scott of Shawnee, KS, Joseph Allen Waers, Jr. and wife Candice of Shawnee, KS, Todd Hinshaw Waers and wife Lora of Sacramento, CA, and Laura Jean Ingram and husband Grant of Leawood, KS; great grandchildren, Brett and Callie Ingram, Danielle Heinisch, Bennett, Morgan and Joseph Allen III Waers; great-great grandchildren, Lucy Ann and Austin Michael Heinisch.  Lucy May came from a family of eight children, all of whom preceded her in death.  She was also preceded in death by one grandson, Frederick Clayton Hinshaw.  

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of donorís choice.

(photo)Photo: Ernest Raymond Hinshaw with his father and sister Bertha 18

(photo)Photo: Children of Ernest Raymond Hinshaw & Lucy May Clatterbuck 19

(photo)Photo: Ernest Raymond Hinshaw obituary 12

Social Security information for Ernest Raymond Hinshaw: 495-28-4683

Social Security information for Lucy May Clatterbuck: 491-68-5523


Sources

  1. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    A family paper in the handwriting of Clyde Herbert Hinshaw.
  2. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw.
  3. Obituary of Lucy May (Clatterbuck) Hinshaw.
  4. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    A family paper from the personal papers of Mattie Valeria Hinshaw.
  5. "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
  6. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    New Salem Cemetery records, Boone County, Missouri.
  7. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    Interview with William Ray Hinshaw, June 22 1999.
  8. 1920 census, Cedar Township, Boone County, Missouri; roll T625-906, ED 5, page 12B, line #53, dwelling #13, family #13.
  9. Obituary of Lucy May Hinshaw; "Columbia Missourian", Apr 28 2007:
    http://www.columbiamissourian.com/obits/obit/203.
  10. http://www.findagrave.com.
  11. 1930 census, Cedar Township, Boone County, Missouri; roll T626-1176, ED 8, page 5A, line #33, dwelling #114, family #119.
  12. Obituary of Ernest Raymond Hinshaw;
    "Post-Tribune", Nov 16 1971; "Daily Capital News", Nov 17 1971; http://www.ancestry.com.
  13. Contribution from Fred Newell Hinshaw.
  14. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    A family paper in the handwriting of Clyde Herbert Hinshaw;
    Interview with Fred Newell Hinshaw, June 22 1999.
  15. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    Marriage licenses, Boone County, Missouri Recorder's Office; bk 16 pg 314.
  16. Contribution from Frank Machala Hinshaw citing:
    New Salem Cemetery records.
  17. Obituary of Lucy May Hinshaw; Memorial Funeral Home:
    http://memorial.createatribute.com/registryMain.php?PHPSESSID=612fe5b7dcbcc5f9ea3ff7b47065877d&i_memorialid=1177950150.
  18. Photo courtesy of Frank Machala Hinshaw.
  19. Virtually Missouri, Image Collections: http://www.virtuallymissouri.org.


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