1. William Henshall m Margerie Gyll 2.. Thomas Henshall (?-(c1631) 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....... Thomas Hinshaw (c1749-1825) m Hannah Seasfield (c1745-1835) 8........ William Hinshaw (c1772-?) m Jane Hamm 9......... William Hinshaw (1812-1859) m Mary Lambertson (?-1841) 10.......... Warren Peter Hinshaw (1841-1905) +Francis M. Bostick (1842-1909) 11........... Mary L. Hinshaw (c1861-?) 11........... Martha L. Hinshaw (c1863-?) 11........... Sarah Alice Hinshaw (c1865-<1900) 11........... Charlotte Hinshaw (c1867-?) 11........... Eliza Ellen Hinshaw (1869-1945) 11........... A. Matilda Henshaw (c1873-?) 11........... Nancy C. Henshaw (c1875-?) 11........... Susan E. Henshaw (c1877-?) 11........... James Lindsy Henshaw (c1879-?) 11........... Amanda Elizabeth Hinshaw (1881-1977)
|Warren Peter Hinshaw     [ID 02123]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Jan 1 1841, Alabama.107,a,b,c,d,e    Warren was shown age 9 in the Jackson County, Alabama, 1850 census;107 age 19 in the 1860 census;f age 25 in the 1870 census.g
He married Francis M. Bostick, Aug 9 1860, Jackson County, Alabama.h    (Frances Bostick)107,a,i    Francis was born Apr 11 1842.d    (Apr 11 1845, Alabama).c
During the Civil War Warren served as a private in Company C, 50th Alabama Volunteer Infantry,j,k enlisting in 1862 at Shelbyville, Tennessee.k    He was imprisoned at Nashville, Tennesee at the close of the war and was released April 15, 1865.k    On Aug 12 1904 he filed for a pension in Jackson County, Alabama,j,k claiming he was unable to make a living by manual labor due to physical disability.k    His 1904 pension application listed his address as: P.O. "Estills Fort" [sic - Estill Fork], Alabama.k
Warren and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jun 24 1870), Jackson County, Alabama:g
Warren and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 3 1880), Jackson County, Alabama:m
Warren and family were again shown in the 1900 census (Jun 6 1900), Jackson County, Alabama:s
On Thursday, Jan 5 1905 the "Arlington Journal" (Arlington, Texas) reported:e
The remains of Mr. Henshaw were interred in the cemetery here Monday.
Francis died Mar 25 1909, buried Johnson Station Cemetery, Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.c,d
Buried in the same cemetery is cousin Martha (Hinshaw) Swaim.c
Photo: Warren Peter Hinshaw & Frances M. Bostick gravestone Johnson Station Cemetery d,e
107. "Paint Rock Valley Pioneers", a directory of Alabama cemeteries by Kittye Vandiver Henshaw, Evelyn Rochelle, and Addie Shaver, F332 P34446 1986, in the Tennessee State Library and Archives; Also 976.195 V3hk in the LDS Family History Library (not on microfilm). Contributed by Robert Worley.
(a) Genealogy data (Henall.FTW) by George Frederick Langley, Jr..
(b) Contribution from Rochelle T. White () citing:
1900 census, Jackson County, Alabama.
(c) Johnson Station Cemetery burials; USGenWeb Archives:
(d) Gravestone photo courtesy of Allen Wheatley: http://teafor2.com.
(f) 1860 census, Jackson County, Alabama; page 307, dwelling #277.
(g) 1870 census, Subdivision Two, Big Coon, Jackson County, Alabama; page 93', line #29, dwelling #367, family #372.
(h) "Jackson County Alabama Marriages 1851-1856 and Book A 1859-1871", p51 (USGenWeb Archives).
(i) Dodd, Jordan R. "Early American Marriages: Alabama, 1800 to 1920". Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1999.
(j) Civil War Veterans Buried in Jackson County, Alabama; USGenWeb Archives:
(k) Alabama Department of Archives & History; Civil War Service Database:
(l) 1870 census, Subdivision Two, Big Coon, Jackson County, Alabama; page 93B', line #1, dwelling #369, family #374.
(m) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #49, dwelling #36, family #37.
(n) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 67A, line #15, dwelling #38, family #39.
(o) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #44, dwelling #35, family #36.
(p) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #40, dwelling #34, family #35.
(q) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #38, dwelling #33, family #34.
(r) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #28, dwelling #32, family #33.
(s) 1900 census, Collins Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; ED 36, page 207B, line #98, dwelling #54, family #54.
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