1. William Henshall m Margerie Gyll 2.. Thomas Henshall (?-c1631) m - Kendrick 3... John Henshall (1611-c1687) m Elizabeth - 4.... William Hinshaw (?-1699) m Elizabeth - 5..... John Hinshaw (c1660->1768) m Elizabeth Belshaw 6...... William Hinshaw (1724-1814) m Sarah Courtney (1730-c1768) 7....... Thomas Hinshaw (1757-1825) m Rebecca Marshill (1762-1836) 8........ Thomas Hinshaw (1802-1877) m Hannah Piggott (1801-1866) 9......... Job Hinshaw (1828-1897) m Serena Cox (1828-1911) 10.......... Charles F. Hinshaw (1870-1961) +Cora Blanton (1868-1895) 11........... Lena Opal Hinshaw (1895-1906) 1,2,3 +Alta W. Hodgin (1876-1901) +Jennie Mae Davis (1868-1953)
|Charles F. Hinshaw [ID 01274]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Sep 25 1870, White River (Conservative) MM, Indiana.3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
He married Cora Blanton, May 17 1894.6,11,12 Cora, daughter of John Blanton, was born May 13 1868.2
At White River MM [Conservative] on 5-8-1895, Charles F. Hinshaw condemned his marriage out of unity.5
Cora died Dec 29 1895.2,13
He then married Alta W. Hodgin, Jul 26 1897.2,3,5,11,12,14,15 Alta, daughter of Ozro Hodgin & Julia Murry, was born Mar 21 1876, Wayne County, Indiana.3,11,12,14,15,16
At White River MM [Conservative] on 9-7-1898, Charles F. Hinshaw again condemned his marriage out of unity.5
Charles and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 5 1900), Wayne Township, Randolph County, Indiana:3
Alta died Nov 10 1901, age 25Y 7M 20D.14,15,16,17
Alta's obituary was published in the "Winchester Journal" (Winchester, Indiana) on Wednesday, November 20, 1901,14 and in the "Winchester Herald" (Winchester, Indiana) on Wednesday, November 27, 190115 (see obituary scans below):
Alta W. Hodgin,Daughter of Ozro and Julia Hodgin, was born in Wayne county, Indiana, March 21, 1876, and departed this life on the evening of Nov. 10, 1901; aged twenty-five years, seven months and twenty days. She was confined to her bed for a period of eight weeks, during which time, supported by her unfaltering faith and confidence in God, she gradually, patiently and peacefully lost strength until the end came.
She was converted very early in life during a series of meetings conducted by Ira Johnson and Henry Pickett, at the same time uniting with the Friends' Church, and since that time she has lived a consistent Christian life, ever ready to perform any service required of her.
Though modest and retiring, she was always eager to help the sick and aflicted and ever willing to sacrifice her own comforts for those around her. She was married to Charles F. Hinshaw, July 26, 1897, and he, with father, mother and three sisters has preceded her to that Heavenly Home [sic]. But our loss is her eternal gain, and her memory shall ever shine forth as a "beacon light," leading us on to lives of usefulness and inspiring us with renewed energy to do well our part that our last days may, like her's, give evidence of the sweet rest and peace of those that die in the Lord.
She made mention during her sickness that if it was the Lord's will she would like to live but her uppermost theme was that the will of God might be perfected in her life, and as her strength failed and she realized the approach of death she called her family to her bedside, one by one, bidding each in turn goodbye, requesting them to meet her in Heaven saying:I'll soon be at home whereI'll be robed in whiteness,Clad in brightness.Praise his hold name.
Funeral services at Friends' Church at Jericho conducted by Ira Johnson and Henry Pickett, after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near by to await the resurrection morn.
He then married Jennie Mae Davis5,12,18,19,20 [Jenny Mae Davis11], Jan 14 19035,12,18,19,20, Wayne County, Indiana5,12,18,19,20. Jennie was born May 13 1868, Ohio.5,8,9,10,16
At White River MM [Conservative] on 1-11-1905, Jennie Mae was received by request.5
Charles and Jennie were shown in the 1910 census (May 16 1910), White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana:8
Charles and Jennie were shown in the 1920 census (Feb 11 1920), White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana:9
At White River MM [Conservative] on 1-8-1930, Charles F. Hinshaw was released by request.5
Charles and Jennie were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 10 1930), White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana:10
Charles wrote a 1939 article on his recollections of his mother's family - see: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inrandol/miscnewspaperarticles.htm
Jennie died Dec 24 1953, buried Jericho Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.16,17
Charles F. Hinshaw died Apr 11 1961, Randolph County, Indiana; buried Jericho Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.6,16
Photo: Charles F. Hinshaw & Jennie May Davis probably about the 1930s 21
Photo: Charles F. Hinshaw home near Winchester, Indiana 21
Photo: Charles F. Hinshaw gravestone Jericho Cemetery 16
Photo: Alta Hodgin Hinshaw gravestone Jericho Cemetery 16
Photo: Jennie May Davis Hinshaw gravestone Jericho Cemetery 16
Photo: Alta (Hodgin) Hinshaw obituary Winchester Journal, Nov 20 1901 14
Photo: Alta (Hodgin) Hinshaw obituary Winchester Herald, Nov 27 1901 15
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