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James T. Hinshaw

 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 Nancy E. Roberson (1821-1910)
10.......... James T. Hinshaw (1851-1931)
             +Amanda Prince (1857-1928)
11...........  William R. Hinshaw (1877-1958)
11...........  Nancy J. Hinshaw (1879-1954)
11...........  James Warren Hinshaw (1881-1960)
11...........  Mary Sue Hinshaw (1883-1977)
11...........  Samuel P. Hinshaw (1895-1973)
James T. Hinshaw     [ID 03476] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

    (James T. Hinshaw)107,a,b    (James T. Henshaw)c,d

"Captain James Hinshaw"107

Born Oct 22 1851, Alabama.107,e,a

He married Amanda Prince, Mar 15 1876, Jackson County, Alabama.c,107,d,e    Amanda, daughter of William H. + Eliza Jane Prince, was born Dec 11 1857, Alabama.107,f,e

James and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 3 1880), Jackson County, Alabama:g

Henshaw, Jas. T., age 28, born in Alabama; parents born in Tennessee; farmer; unemployed 12 months.
Henshaw, Amanda, wife, age 21, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; keeping house.
Henshaw, Wm. R., son, age 3, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Henshaw, Nancy J., daughter, age 9 months, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Henshaw, Nancy E., mother, age 67, born in Tennessee; parents born in North Carolina.
Ivey [unclear], Charly J., employee, age 16, born in Alabama; farm laborer.
Living two houses away in 1880 was the family of brother Warren Peter Hinshaw;h one more house away was the family of Thomas William Henshaw;i one more house away was the family of Nancy E. Henshaw Prince;j one more house away was the family of Newton Hinshaw;k one more house away was the family of Mary Ann Hinshaw Reed.l

On Aug 2 1890 a James T. Hinshaw acquired 80.3 acres of land in Alabama via homestead (Huntsville land office).m    It is not known if this record refers to this James T. Hinshaw, as there were several others with the same name (see: James Thomas Henshaw).

James and family were again shown in the 1900 census (Jun 6 1900), Jackson County, Alabama:e

Hinshaw, James T., head-of-household, age 48, born Oct 1851 in Alabama; father born in North Carolina; mother born in Tennessee; married 24 years; occupation: farmer; owned farm.
Hinshaw, Amanda, wife, age 42, born Dec 1857 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; married 24 years; 5 children, 5 living.
Hinshaw, William R., son, age 23, born Jan 1877 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; occupation: farm laborer.
Hinshaw, James, son, age 18, born Sept 1881 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; occupation: farm laborer; attended school 8 months.
Hinshaw, Mary S., daughter, age 16, born Oct 1883 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Hinshaw, Samuel P., son, age 4, born Dec 1895 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Hinshaw, Nancy E., mother, age 76, born June 1823 in Tennessee; parents born in North Carolina; widow; 5 children, 1 living.
Sisk, Wannie P., "H Man", age 22, born Aug 1877 in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; occupation: farm laborer; attended school 1 month;

James and family were again shown in the 1910 census (Apr 19 1910), Jackson County, Alabama:n
Hinshaw, James T., head-of-household, age 58, born in Alabama; father born in North Carolina; mother born in Tennessee; first marriage, married 34 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; owned farm.
Hinshaw, Amanda, wife, age 52, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; first marriage, married 34 years; 5 children, 5 living.
Hinshaw, Samuel P., son, age 14, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; occupation: laborer, general farm; attended school.
Hinshaw, Nancy E., mother, age 86, born in Tennessee; parents born in Tennessee; widow; 6 children, 3 living.

James and Amanda were shown in the 1920 census (Feb 12 1920), Jackson County, Alabama:o
Hinshaw, James, head-of-household, age 68, born in Alabama; father born in Alabama; mother born in Tennessee; owned home; occupation: farmer, general farm.
Hinshaw, Amanda, wife, age 61, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama.
Living next door in 1920 was the family of son Sam P. Hinshaw.p

Amanda died Nov 23 1928, buried Sam Hinshaw Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama.107

Widower James was shown in the 1930 census (Apr 14 1930), living in the household of son Sam in Jackson County, Alabama:q

Hinshaw, James T., father, age 77, born in Alabama; parents born in Alabama; widower; occupation: none; not a veteran.

James T. Hinshaw died Jan 23 1931, Jackson County, Alabama; buried Sam Hinshaw Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama.107,r

See also: James T. Henshaw
See also: James T. Hinshaw.   


SOURCES

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) 1860 census, Jackson County, Alabama; page 307, dwelling #277.

(b) Contribution from Rochelle T. White () citing:
1900 census, Jackson County, Alabama.

(c) "Marriages of Jackson County Alabama 1871-1876 and 1876-1881" (USGenWeb archives).

(d) Dodd, Jordan R. "Early American Marriages: Alabama, 1800 to 1920". Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1999.

(e) 1900 census, Collins Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; ED 36, page 207B, line #54, dwelling #46, family #46.

(f) 1870 census, Subdivision Two, Big Coon, Jackson County, Alabama; page 94, line #25, dwelling #378, family #383.

(g) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 67A, line #15, dwelling #38, family #39.

(h) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #49, dwelling #36, family #37.

(i) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #44, dwelling #35, family #36.

(j) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #40, dwelling #34, family #35.

(k) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #38, dwelling #33, family #34.

(l) 1880 census, Beat 18, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T9-16, ED 102, page 66D, line #28, dwelling #32, family #33.

(m) United States Bureau of Land Management, "Alabama Pre-1908 Homestead &
Cash Entry Patent and Cadastral Survey Plat Index" (www.ancestry.com).

(n) 1910 census, Collins Precinct, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T624-16, ED 37, page 2B, line #62, dwelling #28, family #28.

(o) 1920 census, Collins Township, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T625-19, ED 39, page 10A, line #19, dwelling #163, family #163.

(p) 1920 census, Collins Township, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T625-19, ED 39, page 10A, line #21, dwelling #164, family #164.

(q) 1930 census, Collins Township, Jackson County, Alabama; roll T626-20, ED 22, page 1A, line #1, dwelling #1, family #1.

(r) "Alabama Death Index, 1908-1959"; http://www.ancestry.com.


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