┌── Jesse Hinshaw
┌── Joseph Hinshaw ────┤
│ 1830-<1880 │
│ └── Dorcas -
John Madison Hinshaw ───┤
B: 1869 │
D: 1936 │
└── Malissa Richards
M: Minnie Pierce
├── Dovey M. Hinshaw (1896-) 1,2
├── Arthur John Hinshaw (1899-1968) 1,2,3,4
├── Lester L. Hinshaw (1902-1995) 2,3,4
└── Vester Hinshaw (1902-1983) 3
M: Ida -
John Madison Hinshaw [ID 08375]
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Born May - 1869, Texas.1,5 (1874).3,4
He married Minnie Pierce, about 1896.1,3 Minnie was born Jul - 1878, Texas.1 Minnie was the aunt of Addie Adams who married John's brother Ben and Laura Adams who married John's brother George.3
John and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 13 1900), Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma):1
Hinshaw, John M., head-of-household, age 31, born May 1869 in Texas; father's birthplace unknown; mother born in Arkansas; married 4 years; occupation: farmer; rented farm.
Hinshaw, Minnie, wife, age 21, born July 1878 in Texas; father's birthplace unknown; mother born in Kentucky; married 4 years; 2 children, 2 living.
Hinshaw, Dovey M.
, daughter, age 3, born Nov 1896 in Indian Territory; parents born in Texas.
Minnie died Mar - 1902, buried Nelda Cemetery, Dickson, Carter County, Oklahoma.3 Minnie died seven days after the birth of her twins, Lester and Vester.3 Lester was raised by the family, and Vester, who was healthier, was taken in by a neighbor family; The neighbor family later moved away in the middle of the night.3
He then married Ida -, about 1896.2 Ida was born about 1875, Arkansas.2
John and family were shown in the 1910 census (May 7 1910), Wilson Township, Carter County, Oklahoma:2
Hinshaw, John M., head-of-household, age 41, born in Texas; father born in Illinois; mother born in Arkansas; second marriage, married 14 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; rented farm.
Hinshaw, Ida, wife, age 35, born in Arkansas; parents born in Arkansas; second marriage, married 14 years; 5 children, 4 living.
Living next door in 1910 was the family of brother George.6
Widower John and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 8 1930), Wilson Township, Carter County, Oklahoma:4
Hinshaw, John M., head-of-household, age 55, born in Texas; parents born in Missouri; widower; first married at age 23; rented home; no radio in home; occupation: farmer, general farm; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Auther J.
, son, age 31, born in Oklahoma; parents born in Texas; single; occupation: "N.P."; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Lester L.
, son, age 27, born in Oklahoma; parents born in Texas; single; occupation: "N.P."; not a veteran.
, mother, age 78, born in Missouri; parents born in Tennessee; widow.
John Madison Hinshaw died Feb - 1936.3
- 1900 census, Township 4, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory; roll T623-1848, ED 145, page 9A, line #17, dwelling #101, family #101.
- 1910 census, Wilson Township, Carter County, Oklahoma; roll T624-1246, ED 55, page 313B, line #71, dwelling #153, family #153.
- Contribution from LaDena Jones Parnacher.
- 1930 census, Wilson Township, Carter County, Oklahoma; roll T626-1896, ED 34, page 3B, line #55, dwelling #51, family #51.
- 1880 census, Coryell County, Texas (page 395A); USGenWeb Archives.
- 1910 census, Wilson Township, Carter County, Oklahoma; roll T624-1246, ED 55, page 313B, line #68, dwelling #152, family #152.
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