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....... Benjamin Hinshaw (1738-1840) m Elisabeth Hinshaw (1750-1823) 8........ Jacob A. Hinshaw (1778-1826) m Phebe Allen (1789-1869) 9......... Jacob Allen Hinshaw (1826-1910) m Peninah Scott (1829-1910) 10.......... Simpson Scott Hinshaw (1848-1901) m Rachel Outland Peele (1846-1923) 11........... Albert Clarence Hinshaw (1873-1944) +Mary Catherine Weaver (1873-<1940) 12............ Merl R. Hinshaw (1895-) 1,2,3 12............ Thelma C. Hinshaw (1898-) 1,2,3,4 12............ Ralph C. Hinshaw (1907-1992) 2,3,4,5
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Albert Clarence Hinshaw1,2,5,6,7,8 [Bert Hinshaw9].
Born Oct 28 18732,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14 [Sep - 18731], Cherry Grove MM, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana2,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14.
He married Mary Catherine Weaver, Nov 21 1893.1,2,5,7,8,14 Mary, daughter of John Weaver & Caroline Henizer, was born Sep 16 1873, Indiana.1,2,5,8,14
Albert and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 12 1900), Brown Street, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana:1
Albert and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 26 1910), 726 Brown Street, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana:2
On Sep 12 1918 Albert Clarence Hinshaw, age 44, registered for the World War I draft in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana. He declared he was born Oct 28th 1873, and was then residing at the Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, where he was employed as sexton of the Fountain Park Cemetery. He declared his nearest relative was Mary Catherine Hinshaw of the same address. He was recorded as medium height, medium build, gray eyes, black hair.7
Albert and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 8 1920), Pike [street], Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana:5
Albert and Mary were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 7 1930), 726 Brown Street, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana:8
Mary died before May 9 1940.13
Albert was shown in the 1940 census (May 9 1940), living in the household of brother Henry, Road #40, Center Township, Wayne County, Indiana:13
Albert Clarence Hinshaw died Sep 8 1944, at the home of his daughter, northwest of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana; age 70.16
Albert's obituary was published in the Union City Times-Gazette on Monday, September 11, 1944:16
Death Claims A. C. Hinshaw; Rites Monday.
Albert C. Hinshaw, 70, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Russell Skinner, five miles northwest of Richmond, Ind., Friday after an illness of three months.
Mr. Hinshaw was a former superintendent of the Fountain Park cemetery and served in that capacity for fourteen years.
He leaves the daughter, Mrs. Skinner; one son, Ralph of Lynn; one brother, Dr. H. E. Hinshaw of Richmond, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Albright of Winchester and Mrs. Porter Chenoweth of Lynn; seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
The body was removed to the Maynard and Walker funeral home in Winchester and will be returned to the residence of Mr. Hinshaw's daughter, Ms. Skinner, at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, where friends may call.
Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. R. Trueblood officiating, at the Maynard and Walker funeral home. Burial will be in the Fountain Park cemetery.
A biographical sketch of Albert C. Hinshaw was published in the 1914 "Past & Present of Randolph County":14
ALBERT C. HINSHAW
It is a good sign when so many of the residents of a county are found to have been born within her borders. It indicates that they have found right at home all the opportunities necessary for the gratification of their ambitions in a business, political and social way, and it also indicates stability. One is reminded that "A rolling stone gathers no moss." That young man is evidently the wisest who, when conditions will permit, remains in his native locality and addresses himself to the improvement of conditions he finds there and to his personal advancement along such lines as he may choose, selecting those things for which he is best fitted by nature. One such is Albert C. Hinshaw, the present able superintendent of Fountain Park cemetery, at Winchester, Randolph county.
Mr. Hinshaw was born at Lynn, Randolph county, October 28, 1873. He is a son of Rev. Simpson S. and Rachael (Peele) Hinshaw. The father was born near Lynn, this county, but the mother was a native of North Carolina, from which state she came to Randolph county, Indiana, with her parents when about three years old. The father was an earnest minister in the Friends church and served various charges in Randolph county with much satisfaction to his congregations, and was pastor of the Winchester church of this denomination for about seven years. His death occurred June 26, 1901, in Winchester, in which city his widow still resides. To these parents three daughters and two sons were born who are still living and three children died in infancy, namely: Millie A., formerly Mrs. Grant Ward, of Muncie, Indiana, married second to John Best; Albert C., of this review; Myrtle, now Mrs. Charles Albright, of Winchester; Lillie is the wife of Porter Chenoweth, of Lynn, Indiana; and Dr. H. E., of Richmond, this state.
Albert C. Hinshaw was nine years old, when he came with his parents to Winchester and here he has remained to the present time. He received a public school education. He began life for himself as clerk which occupation he followed several years. On November 21, 1893, he married Mary Weaver, who was born September 16, 1873. She is a daughter of John and Caroline (Henizer) Weaver, of Winchester, both parents still living here.
Mr. Hinshaw learned the painter's trade, becoming quite an expert and for a period of ten years he was in the employ as painter of Knecht and Thomas, pump manufacturers, then became a house painter with the firm of Coats & Kem, of Winchester, with whom he remained for several years, giving eminent satisfaction as he, had his former employers. For awhile he was in business for himself, then, in 1912 he was elected superintendent of Fountain Park cemetery at Winchester and has since devoted his attention to this with fidelity and energy which have proven him to be a good man for the position. This cemetery is one of the most artistically platted and beautifully kept of all the cemeteries in the Middle West, and Mr. Hinshaw has a just pride in the tasty appearance of his charge.
Politically, he is a Republican, and while interested in public matters is not especially active. He is a member of the Improved Order of Red Men, and the Modern Woodmen of America. He and his family are members of the Friends church and are active in church and Sunday school work.
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