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 Dorothy Lennox
6...... John Hinshaw (1724-1783) m Rebecca Wethereld (c1731-1783)
7....... Thomas Hinshaw (1764-1822) m Rebecca Holliday (1764-1848)
8........ Stephen Hinshaw (1803-1854) m Gulia Elma Maria Hoover (1806-1873)
9......... Thomas Hinshaw (1832-1872) m Juretta J. Evans (1830-1863)
10.......... Franklin Parker Hinshaw (1857-1941) m Nettie Anna Henley (1863-1928)
11........... Oliver Earl Hinshaw (1885-1966)
+Lula A. Klingensmith (1890-1969)
12............ Earl Kay Hinshaw (1917-1975) 1,2,3
Oliver Earl Hinshaw [ID 01592]
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Oliver Earl Hinshaw1,4 [Earl Hinshaw1,2,3,5,6].
Born Mar 15 1885, Poplar Ridge MM, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
He married Lula A. Klingensmith, Aug 26 1911, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.1,11 Lula, daughter of Christain Klingensmith & Laura Patten, was born Jan 20 1890, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.1,2,3
In 1918 Oliver Earl Hinshaw, age 33, registered for the World War I draft in Hamilton County, Indiana. He declared he was born Mch 15 1885, and was then residing in Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana where he was a school teacher. He declared his nearest relative was Lula K. Hinshaw of Carmel. He was recorded as short, medium build, grey eyes, dark hair.9
Earl and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 24 1920), College Ave., Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana:2
Hinshaw, Earl, head-of-household, age 35, born in Indiana; parents born in Indiana; owned home (free); occupation: teacher, "supt. city school".
Hinshaw, Lula, wife, age 30, born in Indiana; parents born in Indiana.
Living two houses away in 1920 were Lula's parents, Christian & Laura Klingensmith.12
Earl and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 7 1930), College Avenue North, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana:3
Hinshaw, Earl, head-of-household, age 45, born in Indiana; parents born in Indiana; first married at age 25; owned home ($3,000 value); no radio in home; occupation: teacher, public school; not a war veteran.
Hinshaw, Lula, wife, age 40, born in Indiana; parents born in Indiana; first married at age 21.
Hinshaw, KayLiving two houses away in 1930 were Lula's parents, Chris & Laura Klingensmith.13
, son, age 12, born in Indiana; parents born in Indiana; attended school.
On Apr 27 1942 Oliver Earl Hinshaw, age 57, registered for the World War II draft in Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana. He declared he was born 3-15-1885 in Carmel, Indiana, and was then residing in Noblesville where he was employed by the "School City of Noblesville", Conner St., Noblesville. He declared his relative/contact was Lula Hinshaw of Noblesville. He was recorded as 5'7" tall, 195 lbs., blue eyes, brown/gray hair, ruddy complexion.10
In 1966 Earl was living in Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana.6
Oliver Earl Hinshaw died Apr 17 1966, Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana; buried Carmel Cemetery, Carmel, Indiana.1,6
Lula died Jun 14 1969, Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana.1
Oliver Earl Hinshaw was the principal and superintendent of Carmel High School in Carmel, Indiana. It was Earl who selected the "Greyhound" as Carmelís mascot. Today (2007) Carmel is the most exclusive suburb of Indianapolis, a far cry from the Quaker town of Earl's youth. The greyhound is still the mascot of what is today (2007) Indianaís second-largest high school.14
Photo: Oliver Earl Hinshaw World War I Draft Registration Card
Social Security information for Oliver Earl Hinshaw: 316-38-4432
- "Genealogy of Hinshaw/Henshaw"
by DoraLee Harvey Hatley (see Mary Jane Hinshaw),
in the LDS Family History Library, microfilm #0982181, item 4.
- 1920 census, Carmel, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T625-435, ED 94, page 2B, line #95, dwelling #57, family #59.
- 1930 census, Carmel, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T626-590, ED 6, page 2A, line #12, dwelling #37, family #41.
- 1900 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T623-375, ED 80, page 5A, line #21, dwelling #103, family #104.
- 1910 census, Clay Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T624-353, ED 94, page 55B, line #70, dwelling #132, family #136.
- "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from
the Social Security Administration "Death Master File".
- "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.
- "The Hinshaw Record" by Lyle Harris Hadley, Florida (1965),
in the LDS Family History Library, microfilm #0962525, item 10.
- World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; http://www.ancestry.com.
- U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942; http://www.ancestry.com.
- Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920; http://www.ancestry.com (Book 13, page 408).
- 1920 census, Carmel, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T625-435, ED 94, page 2B, line #85, dwelling #55, family #57.
- 1930 census, Carmel, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana; roll T626-590, ED 6, page 2A, line #6, dwelling #35, family #39.
- Contribution from Greg Hinshaw.
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