+-- Jacob Hinshaw | 1787-1832 +-- Elias Hinshaw ---+ | 1827-1893 | | +-- Mary Davis | 1796-1874 Ahijah Goldsmith Hinshaw ---+ B: 1865 | +-- Thomas Macon D: 1938 | | +-- Martitia Macon --+ 1830-1877 | +-- Rosannah Moffitt M: Julia White +-- Velma Alice Hinshaw, 1893-1984 +-- Kelsey Elias Hinshaw, 1899-1975 +-- Freda Hinshaw, 1901- +-- Curtis Josiah Hinshaw, 1903-1990 +-- Howard P. Hinshaw, 1909-1980
|Ahijah Goldsmith Hinshaw     [ID 00806]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
(Ahijah Goldsmith Hinshaw)a,b,c    (Abijah Goldsmith Hinshaw)2,53,95,d,44    (Isaac G. Hinshaw)e    (Goldie Hinshaw)190
Although the Quaker record abstracts show his name as "Abijah", he has always been known within the family as "Ahijah".a,f    This was probably due to an error in the abstracts2,53 - the original Quaker record books were handwritten and possibly hard to read, and it was probably easy to mistake a 'b' for an 'h'.
Born Jun 20 1865, Holly Spring MM, North Carolina.2,95,d,44,190,b,c,f    (c1863).e
He married Julia White, Jan 2 1892.190,b,c    Julia was born May - 1869, Indiana.190,b,c,f,g
Ahijah and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 22 1900), Richland Township, Butler County, Kansas:b
In 1905 Ahijah was living in Rose Hill, Kansas.d    In 1935 Ahijah was still living in Rose Hill, Kansas.i
Abijah and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 15 1910), Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas:c
Ahijah Goldsmith Hinshaw died Jul 18 1938, Rose Hill, Butler County, Kansas; buried Friends Cemetery, on Silknitter Road, east of Rose Hill, Kansas.190,g
Julia died 1955, buried Friends Cemetery, on Silknitter Road, east of Rose Hill, Kansas.190,g
2. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.
44. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
53. "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana", Part 6, subtitled "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume VII", (a compendium of many of the records left by William Wade Hinshaw on his death), edited by Willard Heiss; GS929.3 H47 in a local library.
95. "Charles and Hannah (Matson) Davis and their descendants" by Earl H. Davis, microfilm #1011836, Item 2, in the LDS Family History Library.
190. "The Hinshaw Family", an extensive family history manuscript by Heather Hinshaw-Tomas
(a) Contribution from Kenneth Harlan Hinshaw.
(b) 1900 census, Richland Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T623-473, ED 18, page 5A, line #3, dwelling #222, family #224.
(c) 1910 census, Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T624-433, ED 20, page 176A, line #34, dwelling #7, family #7.
(d) "The Genealogical Journal", Randolph County [NC] Genealogical Society, Vol VI, Number 1, Winter 1982.
(e) 1870 census, Eagletown P.O., Washington Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll M593-319, page 199, line #13, dwelling #331, family #326.
(f) 1930 census, Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T626-695, ED 35, page 5A, line #41, dwelling #114, family #114.
(g) Posting Feb 19 2001 by "GHokeness" () to HINSHAW-L.
(h) 1900 census, Richland Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T623-473, ED 18, page 5A, line #7, dwelling #223, family #225.
(i) Contribution from Marilyn Withrow citing:
Obituary of John Randolph Hinshaw.
(j) 1920 census, Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T625-524, ED 31, page 1B, line #54, dwelling #13, family #13.
(k) 1930 census, Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T626-695, ED 35, page 5A, line #45, dwelling #115, family #115.
(l) 1930 census, Pleasant Township, Butler County, Kansas; roll T626-695, ED 35, page 5A, line #33, dwelling #112, family #112.
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