Rachel Hinshaw

 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....... Jacob Hinshaw (c1751-1837) m Sarah Martin (1766-1845)
 8........ Rachel Hinshaw (1805-1891)
           +Shadrach Wroughton Timmons (1808-1873)
Rachel Hinshaw     [ID 01875] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Rachel Hinshaw1,2,3,4 [Rachel Henshaw2,3,5].

Born Aug 12 18051,3,4,6,7,8 [about 18039], North Carolina1,3,4,6,7,8 [Ohio9].  

She married Shadrach Wroughton Timmons2,3,4,5,10,11 [Shadrach Roten Timmons12,13], Nov 26 18352,3,4,5,10,11, Ross County, Ohio2,3,4,5,10,11.  Shadrach, son of Annanias Timmons & Eleanor Wroughton3,4,6,7,9,12,13, was born Apr 9 18083,4,6,7,9,12,13 [about 18068], Ohio3,4,6,7,9,12,13.  

Children (all born in Ohio):7,9,14

George Timmons, born Nov 30 1836, Ross County, Ohio; died Jan 15 1911, Clifton, Kansas; married Dec 1 1857, Matilda Baker. 10,15
Sarah Jane Timmons, born Dec 20 1837; died 1904; married Jan 15 1857, Jesse Brown (children: Isaac Riley, Simon W., Thurman J. and Elma L. Brown). 16
Isaac Timmons, born c1840; married Aug 7 1862, Mary Ann Dixon.
Rebecca Ellen Timmons, born c1842; died Jun 14 1895; married Aug 28 1862, Finley Dixon.
Mary Ann Timmons, born c1844; died Aug 22 1889; married Hiram Dennon.
Shadrack Roten Timmons, Jr., born Aug 29 1846, Vinton County, Ohio; died Mar 12 1923, Wamego, Kansas; married Dec 23 1866, Mary Melissa Dixon. 13,17,18

Rachel and family were shown in the 1840 census, Eagle Township, Ross County, Ohio:19

Shadrack Timmons household:
2 males under age 5.
1 male age 30-40 [Shadrack].
1 female under age 5.
1 female age 5-10.
1 female age 30-40 [Rachel].

Rachel and family were shown in the 1850 census (Sep 19 1850), Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio:7

Shedrack R. Timmons, age 42, born in Ohio; farmer; $5000 real estate; cannot read or write.
Rachel Timmons, age 45, born in North Carolina; cannot read or write.
George Timmons, age 13, born in Ohio; attended school.
Sarah Timmons, age 12, born in Ohio; attended school.
Isaac Timmons, age 10, born in Ohio; attended school.
Rebecca Timmons, age 7, born in Ohio; attended school.
Mary A. Timmons, age 6, born in Ohio; attended school.
Shedrack Timmons, age 3, born in Ohio.
Eleanor Timmons, age 66, born in Delaware; cannot read or write.

Rachel and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jun 28 1860), Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio:9

Shadrick Timmons, age 52, born in Ohio; farming; $6000 real estate; $1000 personal property; cannot read or write.
Rachel Timmons, age 57, born in Ohio; cannot read or write.
Isaac Timmons, age 20, born in Ohio; farm hand; attended school.
Rebecca E. Timmons, age 18, born in Ohio; attended school.
Mary A. Timmons, age 16, born in Ohio; attended school.
Shadrick Timmons, age 14, born in Ohio; attended school.

Rachel and Shadrack were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 5 1870), Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio:8

Timmons, Shadrick, age 64, born in Ohio; farmer; $8000 real estate; $1500 personal property; cannot read or write.
Timmons, Rachel, age 65, born in North Carolina; keeps house; cannot read or write.
Cray, Cassa, age 28, born in Ohio; domestic servant.

Shadrach died Oct 17 1873, Londonderry, Ross County, Ohio; buried Friends Cemetery, Londonderry, Ohio.3,4,6,12  [gravestone marked "S.R. Timmons Sr."].6  

Rachel Hinshaw died Sep 12 1891, buried Friends Cemetery, Londonderry, Ohio.3,4,6,12  

A biographical sketch of Shadrach, Rachel, and son George was published in "A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans", Vol. 4 (1918, William E. Connelley):20

S. R. Timmons was born in Ross County, Ohio, and passed his life there.  In early manhood he married Rachel Hanshaw, who was born in North Carolina but was reared in Ohio, where her parents, Martin and Sarah Hanshaw, were very early settlers and substantial people.  S. R. Timmons and wife lived on their farm in Ross County and there he died in 1874 but his widow survived into extreme old age.  They had a family of three sons and three daughters, of which George Timmons was the first born.  

George Timmons was a native of Ross County, Ohio, born November 30, 1836, came to Kansas in 1878, and died at Clifton, Kansas, in 1911, beloved and respected by all who knew him.  He attended the district schools in Ross County and assisted his father on the home farm.  He married Matilda Baker, who was born in Jackson County, Ohio, September 23, 1836.  Her parents were Josiah and Emma (Schooly) Baker, who were born, reared and married in Jackson County, Ohio.  They lived there until 1865, when they removed to Saline County, Missouri.  Mrs. Timmons was the first-born of their five children.  The paternal grandparents of Mrs. Timmons were Rev. Joseph and Mary (Hankins) Baker, natives of Kentucky, and of German ancestry.  Rev. Joseph Baker was a farmer and also was a minister of the Christian Church.  He served as a soldier during the Mexican war.  Both he and wife lived into old age.  Soon after their marriage, George Timmons and wife, about 1865, removed from Ohio to Missouri and settled in Saline County.  They resided near Marshall, Missouri, for thirteen years, but in the fall of 1878 removed to Clay County, Kansas, and settled on a farm in Mulberry Township, four miles south of Clifton.  In the course of time Mr. Timmons acquired a large body of land, carried on extensive operations as a farmer and stockman and not only became one of the county's capitalists, but a prominent man in public affairs.  In 1895 he retired from active farm life and established his home in Clifton, of which city he subsequently became mayor and also served in minor offices.  Throughout life, after it formation, he was a member of the republican party.  During the Civil war he was a strong supporter of the Union cause, sending a substitute, voluntarily, because a physical disability prevented his serving as a soldier in the ranks himself.  Although he accumulated wealth, at death leaving an estate worth not less than $75,000, it had been secured through honorable methods, fairness and justice ever marking his dealings with others.  He was widely known and because of his many admirable qualities, was sincerely respected and esteemed.  He is survived by his widow and his nine children: Josiah, Emma E., Mary A., Welcome C., William Sherman, Arvina J., Rachel Ota, Daisy H. and Sarah M., all of whom have domestic circles of their own.


Sources

  1. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
  2. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Ohio.
  3. "Ross County, Ohio, Family Bible Records", microfiche #6050966 in the LDS Family History Library.
  4. GEDCOM file H12025 at http://www.ancestry.com.
  5. Ross County, Ohio, Marriages (USGenWeb site: http://www.scioto.org/Ross).
  6. Contribution from Melissa Kay Hinshaw Owens citing:
    Ross County, Ohio, courthouse: burial index for Londerry Friends Cemetery.
  7. 1850 census, Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio; roll M432-736, page 304, line #3, dwelling #55, family #1135.
  8. 1870 census, Allensville P.O., Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio; roll M593-1276, page 46, line #17, dwelling #57, family #57.
  9. 1860 census, Eagle Mills P.O., Eagle Township, Vinton County, Ohio; roll M653-1046, page 248, line #26, dwelling #494, family #492.
  10. Will of George Hinshaw.
  11. Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850; http://www.genealogylibrary.com.
  12. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Karen Hammer ().
  13. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by John H. Boyd ().
  14. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Charlotte Weis ().
  15. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Greg Hamblin ().
  16. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Donald R Schutt ().
  17. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Alice Gedge ().
  18. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Dennis Perkins ().
  19. 1840 census, Eagle Township, Ross County, Ohio; roll 424, page 366.
  20. Kansas and Kansans, Vol. 4; http://www.ancestry.com.


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