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..... Thomas Hinshaw (c1680-?) m Mary Marshall (c1685-?) 6...... Jacob Hinshaw (1710-1796) m Rebecca Mackey (c1716-1796) 7....... Benjamin Hinshaw (1738-1840) m Elisabeth Hinshaw (1750-1823) 8........ Jacob A. Hinshaw (1778-1826) m Phebe Allen (1789-1869) 9......... Enos Hinshaw (1818-1843) m Jane Puckett (1823-1894) 10.......... Jacob Hinshaw (1843-1919) +Hannah Ellen Macy (1845-1905) 11........... Erwin Hinshaw (1866-<1930) 1,2,3,4 11........... Laura Diana Hinshaw (1867-1926) 1,2,3 11........... Linneus Hinshaw (1870-1936) 2,3,4 11........... Elmer Calvin Hinshaw (1872-1957) 2,3,4 +Mary A. - (c1844-1924)
|Jacob Hinshaw [ID 01295]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born 3-20-1843, probably Randolph County, Indiana.3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
After his father died, Jacob went to live with the family of his uncle Thomas.12
At Cherry Grove MM (Randolph County, Indiana) on 11-13-1852, Hannah & Jacob, minor children of Jane, were granted a certificate to Back Creek MM (Fairmount Township, Grant County, Indiana).13
At Back Creek MM on 12-16-1852, Jacob & sister Hannah were received on a certificate from Cherry Grove MM.5
At Lynn Grove MM (Jasper County, Iowa) on 6-10-1865, Jacob & Hannah Ellen Macy declared their intentions to marry.1
At Lynn Grove MM on 7-8-1865, Jacob & Hannah were granted liberty to marry.1
He married Hannah Ellen Macy, 7-12-1865, Friends Church, Sugar Creek, Iowa.1,2,7 Hannah, daughter of Calvin Macy & Dianna Hinshaw, was born May 9 1845, Indiana.2,3,7,8,9,14,15
At Lynn Grove MM on 10-2-1869, Jacob & Hannah & minor children were granted a certificate to Bear Creek MM (Dallas County, Iowa).1
At Bear Creek MM [Conservative] on 11-27-1869, Jacob & Hannah and minor children Irwin & Laura were received on a certificate from Lynn Grove MM, and endorsed to North Branch MM (Madison County, Iowa), which had recently been set off as a MM.1
At North Branch MM on 12-2-1869, Jacob & wife Hannah and children Irwin & Laura were received on a certificate from Lynn Grove MM.1
Jacob and family were shown in the 1870 census (Sep 1 1870), Madison County, Iowa:16
At North Branch MM on 10-11-1870, Jacob was recorded a minister.1
At North Branch MM on 8-17-1872, Jacob & wife Hannah & children were granted a certificate to Souix Rapids MM, Iowa.1
Jacob and family were shown in the 1880 census, O'Brien County, Iowa:17
Jacob and family were shown in the 1885 Iowa state census, Centre Grove Township, Dickinson County, Iowa:3
Jacob was founder of the Friends' Church at Arnolds Park, Iowa.18
The following article was published in "The Mail" (Sheldon, O'Brien County, Iowa) Wednesday, January 30 1952:19
Pioneer Recalls the
Hardships of Early
Days and Blizzard
Looking back over the years on her eighty-eighth birthday Thursday, Jan. 17th, Mrs. Eva Stanton had many recollections of early Iowa pioneer days.
Born near Buffalo, New York, she traveled out to Bremer county Iowa with her parents when she was only a year old.
It was nearly 80 years ago when the family journeyed by covered wagon to Lyon county Iowa, where her father, John VanCampen, took up a claim and settled just 5 1/2 miles west of Ashton.
The sod house sheltered the family for several years and it was in a sod house that "Grandma Stanton" first attended school. She recalls that there were only six pupils and that the teacher was Mrs. Jacob Hinshaw, a neighbor. Mr. Hinshaw conducted church services at the sod house on Sundays.
The following article was published in "The Mail" (Sheldon, O'Brien County, Iowa) on December 3, 1891: (reprinted Wednesday, Nov 28 1951):20
60 YEARS AGO
(From the Mail of Dec. 3, 1891).
Mrs. Hannas [sic] Hinshaw of Okoboji, who formerly resided in Sheldon, has been visiting her son and old-time friends hereabouts during the past week. Her husband was at one time recorder of this county. He was also quite active and conspicuious in this vicinity in an early day as a Quaker preacher and we remember that the first funeral sermon we heard in this twp. was preached by Jacob Hinshaw at the burial of John Wood, one of the first settlers, which occurred on the treeless prairie northeast of town in 1873.
Jacob and Hannah were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 7 1900), Cedar Township, Lee County, Iowa:9
Hannah died Sep 19 1905, buried Okoboji Cemetery, Arnold's Park, Dickinson County, Iowa.4,8
On Dec 30 1905 Jacob purchased 40 acres of land in Beltrami County, Minnesota. About this same time sons Erwin and Linneus also purchased land in the same county.21 Jacob was shown in the land records as "Jacob Hinshaw of Beltrami County, Minnesota",21 so it appears that he had moved to Minnesota by 1905.
He then married Mary A. -, about 1907.10 Mary was born about 1844, Iowa.10
Jacob and Mary were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 21 1910), Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa:10
Jacob Hinshaw died Nov 28 1919, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California; age 76.4,8,11,22
Jacob's obituary was published in "The American Friend" on January 15, 1920 (page 71).11
Mary died 1924, buried Okoboji Cemetery, Arnold's Park, Dickinson County, Iowa.8
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