William Walker Parsley 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....... Thomas Hinshaw (c1749-1825) m Hannah Seasfield (c1745-1835)
 8........ Jacob Hinshaw (c1768-1811) m Nancy Ann Clanton (1771-?)
 9......... Eli Hinshaw (c1789-?) m Phebe Vestal (1801-?)
10.......... Levi Hinshaw (c1821-1863) m Permelia Christeson (c1828-1898)
11........... William Walker Parsley Hinshaw (1857-1928)
              +Mary Angeline Tatham (1865-1935)
12............  Susan Ida Hinshaw (1880-1881) 1,2
12............  Carrie Ella Hinshaw (1882-1972) 1,3
12............  Levi Lewis Hinshaw (1885-1901) 1
12............  Eva Permelia Ebaline Hinshaw (1886-1971) 1,3
12............  Etta Evangeline Hinshaw (1889-1979) 1,3
12............  Ferral Hinshaw (1891-1893) 1
12............  William Harry Hinshaw (1894-1942) 1,3
12............  David Edmond Hinshaw (1896-1972) 1,3
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William Walker Parsley Hinshaw1,4 [William Walker Parsel Hinshaw1, William Walker Parcel Hinshaw1, William Parse Purcell Hinshaw1, Parse Hinshaw1, Walker P. Henshaw5,6].

Born Aug 28 18574,5,6,7 [Aug - 18583], near Waynseville, Pulaski County, Missouri4,5,6,7.  

He married Mary Angeline Tatham1 [Mary Elizabeth Tathum8, Molly Tathum9], Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri1.  Mary, daughter of Lewis Tatham & Martha Enyart1,10, was born Oct 4 18651,10 [Oct 6 18641,11, Oct - 18663], Carroll County, Missouri1,10.  Mary's family had moved from North Carolina to Carroll County, Missouri in 1845.1  

William and Mary lived in Pulaski County, Missouri, near Waynesville and what is today the Ft. Leonard Wood Military Reservation.1  

William and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 10 1880), Cullen Township, Pulaski County, Missouri:2

Hinshaw, William, age 23, born in Missouri; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky; farmer.
Hinshaw, Mary, wife, age 16, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri; keeping house.
Hinshaw, Susan I., daughter, age 5 months, born Jan [1880] in Missouri; parents born in Missouri.

William and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 27 1900), Liberty Township, Pulaski County, Missouri:3

Henshaw, W W P, head-of-household, age 41, born Aug 1858 in Missouri; parents born in Virginia; married 21 years; occupation: farmer; owned farm (mortgaged).
Henshaw, Mary, wife, age 33 [unclear], born Oct 1866 [unclear] in Missouri; father born in Missouri; mother born in Kentucky; married 21 years; 8 children, 5 living.
Henshaw, Carry, daughter, age 17, born Oct 1882 in Missouri; parents born in Missouri; attended school 6 months.
Henshaw, Eva, daughter, age 14, born Mar 1886 in Missouri; parents born in Missouri; attended school 6 months.
Henshaw, Ellie, daughter, age 12, born Mar 1888 in Missouri; parents born in Missouri; attended school 6 months.
Henshaw, Harry, son, age 6, born Oct 1893 [unclear] in Missouri; parents born in Missouri.
Henshaw, Edward, son, age 3, born Mar 1897 in Missouri; parents born in Missouri.

Not long after 1900, William left Mary taking his five children Carrie, Eva, Etta, Harry and Ed to Tulsa, Oklahoma.  They travelled with two teams of horses pulling a covered wagon.  It was the fall of the year and the weather was cold.  They stopped every evening and built a campfire to cook their meal and camped for the night.  The trip took a month.1  

On arriving in Oklahoma, William worked his two teams of horses in the early oil fields and hauled coal with them.1  

Mary was ill at the time William left, and she then went to live with her sister and brother-in-law, Tilde and Charlie Phillips.  Later she married William Henry Harrison Cook, Apr 24 1903.1,9,11  

Mary and her second husband were shown in the 1910 census (May 3-4 1910), Osage Township, Laclede County, Missouri:11

Cook, William H.H., head-of-household, age 60, born in Missouri; father born in Missouri; mother born in Indiana; second marriage, married 8 years; occupation: blacksmith, own shop; rented home.
Cook, Mary A., wife, age 46, born in Missouri; father born in Kentucky; mother born in Missouri; second marriage, married 8 years; 8 children, 5 living.
Living nearby in 1910 was the family of daughter Carrie.12  

Mary and her second husband were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 15 1920), Roubidoux Township, Pulaski County, Missouri:13

Cook, W.H.H., head-of-household, age 70, born in Missouri; father born in Kentucky; mother born in Missouri; rented home; occupation: farmer, general farm.
Cook, Mary, wife, age 55, born in Missouri; father born in Kentucky; mother born in Missouri; occupation: none.
Caby, Alex, boarder, age 43, born in Missouri; father born in U.S.; mother born in Missouri; single; occupation: none.

William Walker Parsley Hinshaw died Sep 28 1928, Barnsdall, Osage County, Oklahoma; buried Ethel Reece Cemetery, Barnsdall, Osage County, Oklahoma.1,4  

Mary died Jun 14 1935, buried Friendship Cemetery, Ft. Leonard Wood Military Reservation, near Waynesville, Pulaski County, Missouri.1,10  Mary is buried next to her son Levi.1  


Sources

  1. Contribution from Mary Lavon Cappleman Hocker.
  2. 1880 census, Cullen Township, Pulaski County, Missouri; roll T9-710, ED 144, page 365B, line #17, dwelling #79, family #81.
  3. 1900 census, Liberty Township, Pulaski County, Missouri; roll T623-882, ED 113, page 12B, line #57, dwelling #216, family #218.
  4. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33780828.
  5. 1860 census, Waynesville P.O., Township 35 Range 11, Pulaski County, Missouri; roll M653-641, page 271, line #1, dwelling #206, family #206.
  6. 1870 census, Waynesville, Cullen Township, Pulaski County, Missouri; page 172b, line #8, dwelling #36, household #37.
  7. Contribution from Mary Lavon Cappleman Hocker citing:
    William Walker Hinshaw death certificate; gravestone marker.
  8. Contribution from Mary Lavon Cappleman Hocker citing:
    Death certificate of David Edmond Hinshaw.
  9. GEDCOM archives at http://www.kindredkonnections.com.
  10. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=38071578.
  11. 1910 census, Osage Township, Laclede County, Missouri; roll T624-793, ED 46, page 272B, line #95, dwelling #220, family #225.
  12. 1910 census, Osage Township, Laclede County, Missouri; roll T624-793, ED 46, page 272A, line #39, dwelling #207, family #212.
  13. 1920 census, Roubidoux Township, Pulaski County, Missouri; roll T625-936, ED 85, page 7B, line #89, dwelling #113, family #113.


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