1. William Henshall m Margerie Gyll 2.. Thomas Henshall (?-(c1631) 3... John Henshall (1611-(c1687) m Elizabeth - 4.... William Hinshaw (?-1699) m Elizabeth - 5..... John Hinshaw (c1660->1768) m Elizabeth Belshaw 6...... William Hinshaw (1724-1814) m Sarah Courtney (1730-(c1768) 7....... Thomas Hinshaw (1757-1825) +Rebecca Marshill (1762-1836) 8........ Simon Hinshaw (1785-1852) 8........ John Hinshaw (1781-1810) 8........ Ezra Hinshaw (1783-1838) 8........ Hannah Hinshaw (1787-1830) 8........ Aaron Hinshaw (1789-1840) 8........ Emey Hinshaw (1791-?) 8........ Enoch Hinshaw (1794-1864) 8........ Ruth Hinshaw (1796-1840) 8........ Rebekah Hinshaw (1799-1853) 8........ Thomas Hinshaw (1802-1877)
|Thomas Hinshaw     [ID 00033]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born 9-30-1757, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.2,3,28,30,93,205,217,1
He married Rebecca Marshill, 10-14-1779, Cane Creek MM, North Carolina.1,2,28,30,44,93,95    (Rebekah Marshill)2    (Rebecca Marshill)49    Rebecca Marshill, daughter of William Marshill & Rebecca Dixon, was born 5-16-1762, Orange County, North Carolina.2,28,93,95,217
The Hinshaws and Marshills were apparently quite friendly.    Thomas married Rebecca, while his brother Ezra married Rebecca's sister Ruth, his first cousin Benjamin married Rebecca's other sister Deborah (these three Marshill sisters married Hinshaws), and finally, Thomas' 1st cousin Jesse (Benjamin's brother) married Rebecca's first cousin (once removed) Mary, and his second cousin Joseph married Rebecca's first cousin Ruth.    All of these Hinshaw-Marshill marriages occured within the sixteen-year timespan of 1774-1790.2
At Cane Creek MM on 8-6-1796, Thomas & Rebekah were granted a certificate to Center MM, N.C.2
A Thomas Hinshaw is shown in the "State Census of North Carolina 1784-1787" as being a head-of-household with:22
Thomas Hinshaw died 9-17-1825, Cane Creek MM, Randolph County, North Carolina; buried 9-18-1825, Providence Friends PM Cemetery, Providence Township, Randolph County, North Carolina.2,28,30,93,183,205,a
A will bearing Thomas Hinshaw's name, dated 8-7-1825, was offered to the Probate Court of Randolph County.    However the judge ordered the will be reviewed by a jury, and the jury returned a finding that the will was not the proper last will and testament of Thomas Hinshaw (see below).
After Thomas' death, at Cane Creek MM on 4-4-1829, Rebekah was granted a certificate, along with daughters Ruth and Rebekah, and son Thomas & family, to White River MM, Indiana.    Later that same year, son Simon and family, and son Ezra and family were also granted certificates to White River.2
At White River MM (Indiana) on 12-5-1829, Rebecca and daughters Rebecca & Ruth were received on a certificate from Cane Creek MM, endorsed to Springfield MM.49
In the 1830 census Rebecca was apparently enumerated in the household of her son Thomas in White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana.b
Rebecca Marshill died 9-24-1836.28,c
Photo: Marriage certificate record for Thomas Hinshaw & Rebeckah Marshill Cane Creek MM marriage records 217
Photo: Thomas Hinshaw family birth records Cane Creek MM Records 217
Photo: Thomas Hinshaw death record Cane Creek MM Records 217
Photo: Thomas Hinshaw's last will and testament (invalidated by a jury) 218
1. "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", by William Hinshaw; edited by Milo Custer; private printing, Bloomington, Illinois, 1911; Frank I. Miller Co., printers. LDS microfilm number 1402822.
2. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.
3. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Ireland.
22. The "State Census of North Carolina 1784-1787".
28. "Hinshaw Chart and List" (1/1/68) by Ralph Edward Pike, from "Family Records of Morgan Co., Ind.", Public Library of Mooresville, Morgan Co., Indiana (LDS microfilm 1509501).
30. "Hinshaw-Bernard and Related Families" by Cordelia E. Bogue Wright, in the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS), microfiche #6019151.
44. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - North Carolina.
49. "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana", Part 2, 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.
93. "Family of William & Rebecca Dixon Marshill, Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, Orange County, N.C.", by Thomas W. Marshall (Washington D.C., 1945, a typewritten manuscript), from the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Washington D.C.) "Marshill Family Genealogical Records 1700-1900", microfilm #0876559, item 5, in the LDS FHL.
95. "Charles and Hannah (Matson) Davis and their descendants" by Earl H. Davis, microfilm #1011836, Item 2, in the LDS Family History Library.
183. "Hinshaw Family Genealogical Notes", apparently prepared for William Wade Hinshaw by Edna Harvey Joseph; LDS FHL microfilm #1571899, Items 7-8
205. "Hinshaw Family": a collection of family group sheets by Edna Harvey Joseph; LDS FHL microfilm #1572018 items 8-10 and #1572019 items 1-4
217. Society of Friends, Cane Creek MM Records; LDS FHL microfilm #0371251
218. Randolph County, North Carolina original wills; LDS FHL microfilm #1578527
(a) Contribution from Waldo Hinshaw citing: "Providence Cemetery Listing",
"Piedmont North Carolina Cemeteries, Volume IV". Mr & Mrs L S Hornaday Jr.
Published 1991 by L S Hornaday, Burlington, NC 27217.
(b) 1830 census, White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana; roll M19-29, page 28.
(c) http://www.ancestry.com GEDCOM file F1701.GED.
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