1. Benjamin Hinshaw (1795-1849) m Sarah A. Vestal (c1792-?)
2.. Nathan Hinshaw (1827-1876) m Mary Green Sloan (1832-1907)
3... Emmett Wilson Hinshaw (1872-1928) m Ada Eleanor Denham (1873-1955)
4.... Clara Mae Hinshaw (1910-1997)
+Lloyd Shultz (1911-1997)
Clara Mae Hinshaw [ID 03868]
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Born Jan 5 1910, Plevna, Kansas.1,2,3
She married Lloyd Shultz, Sep 3 1950.1 Lloyd was born Jun 17 1911.2
Linda Shultz, born 1952.
Raymond Shultz, born 1954.
Clara Mae and Lloyd farmed and had a dairy barn at Pretty Prarie, Kansas.1
In 1997 Clara and Lloyd were living near Hutchinson, Kansas.2
Lloyd died Feb 24 1997, buried Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas.2,4
Clara Mae Hinshaw died Jun 3 1997, buried Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas.2,4
Social Security information for Clara Mae Hinshaw: 515-14-3555
Social Security information for Lloyd Shultz: 510-42-5719
- "The History of the Hinshaws", a 1995 manuscript by Dale Nathan Hinshaw.
- "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from
the Social Security Administration "Death Master File".
- 1910 census, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; ED 153, page 173A (sheet 11A), line #13, dwelling #69, family #72.
- Contribution from Dale Nathan Hinshaw.
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