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..... John Hinshaw (c1660->1768) m Elizabeth Belshaw 6...... William Hinshaw (1724-1814) m Sarah Courtney (1730-c1768) 7....... Ezra Hinshaw (1753-1836) m Ruth Marshill (1759-1857) 8........ Thomas Zachariah Hinshaw (1781-1831) m Sarah McMasters (1788-1867) 9......... Jonathan Hinshaw (1816-1889) +Mary C. Jackson (1819-1857) 10.......... Dempsey Jackson Hinshaw (1837-1865) 1,2,3,4,5 10.......... William Hamby Hinshaw (1839-1885) 1,2,3,4,5 10.......... Junius Wesley Hinshaw (1840-<1866) 1,2,3,4,5 10.......... Mary S. Hinshaw (1848-?) 1,2,3,4,5,6 10.......... Isabella Melvina Hinshaw (1850-1925) 1,2,3,4,5,7 10.......... Harriet Hinshaw (1853-c1871) 2,3,4,8 10.......... Eliza Ann Hinshaw (1854-<1880) 2,3,4,7,8
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Jonathan Hinshaw1,2,3,4,9,10,11,12 [William Jonathan Hinshaw3,13].
Born 1816, North Carolina.1,4,10
He married Mary C. Jackson1,10,11 [Polly C. Jackson9,10, Rebecca Mary "Polly" Jackson3], Apr 16 18361,10,11, Randolph County, North Carolina1,10,11. Mary, daughter of Dempsey Jackson & Elizabeth Patterson, was born Jun 25 1819, North Carolina.1,3 (Polly's father was a veteran of the War of 1812; her mother was full-blooded Cherokee).3
A marriage bond was recorded for Jonathan Hinshaw & Polly Jackson on April 16, 1836, Randolph County, North Carolina. Ezra Hinshaw was recorded as a bondsman.3,14
Jonathan's family was shown in the 1840 census, Randolph County, North Carolina:3
In 1841, Jonathan and family migrated from North Carolina to Missouri along with Polly's brother, Elisha Jackson and his family.3
Jonathan and family were shown in the 1850 census (Sep 12 1850), Green Township, Lawrence County, Missouri:1,3,15
On Mar 10 1856 Jonathan Hinshaw purchased 40 acres of land in Lawrence County, Missouri.16 He was described in this record as "Jonathan Hinshaw of Lawrence County, Missouri".16
Mary died Aug 6 1857, buried plot 82, Stahl Cemetery, southwest of Miller, Missouri.2,3
Widower Jonathan and children were shown in the 1860 census (Jun 25 1860), Greene Township, Lawrence County, Missouri:3,17
Widower Jonathan and children were shown in the 1870 census (Aug 12 1870), Green Township, Lawrence County, Missouri:19,20
Jonathan Hinshaw died Feb 22 1889, Miller, Missouri; buried plot 82, Stahl Cemetery, southwest of Miller, Missouri.2,3,4
A 1974 history of Lawrence County, Missouri included the following biographical sketch of Jonathan and family:2
JONATHAN HINSHAW FAMILY by Mrs. J. Grady
Since 1841, when Jonathan and Mary (Jackson) Hinshaw migrated to Lawrence County, Missouri, from Randolph County, N.C., their descendants have increased in number from three to nearly three hundred. Several of these are Lawrence County residents today. Jonathan, who was 26 in 1841, was a descendant of early Americans who had come from England via Scotland and Ireland to N.C. where his brothers' and sisters' descendants are still living. He and Mary, with their sons, Dempsey J., William H. and Junius W. Hinshaw settled here near the homestead of Mary's brother, Elisha Jackson and family, also from N.C. Elisha was the ancestor of Everett Jackson, of Mt. Vernon.
The Hinshaw's daughters, who were all born here, were Mary (Mrs. Tim Connel), Isabella (Mrs. James Cassity), Harriet Hinshaw, and Eliza (Mrs. John Cassity). One daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Connel is still living. She is Mrs. Frank (Ana) Hunter of Springfield, Missouri. The oldest son, Dempsey Hinshaw, became the grandfather of Joseph Calvin Hinshaw of Wichita, Kansas, an editor, who has recently compiled "The History and Genealogy of the Hinshaw Family".
By 1866, Jonathon's only surviving son was William Hamby Hinshaw, whose wife was Mildred Eldridge Webb, daughter of Edward and Nancy Webb, also of Lawrence County. Their sons and daughters were William J., John and Robert Hinshaw, Nancy (Mrs. Lee Roberts), Mary (Mrs. John Mount), Eliza (Mrs. Major Morgan), Lillie (Mrs. Delbert Bowles) and Martha Hinshaw. Most of them spent their lives and reared their families in the Miller area. Mrs. Lillie Bowles of Carthage, is the only immediate survivor of William H. and Mildred Hinshaw. She and her niece, their grandfather and great-grandfather Jonathan Hinshaw.
Jonathon Hinshaw, who passed away February 22, 1889, left his foot prints on our soil. Some of them were no doubt made deeper by the grief he so silently bore. He lost his sons as a result of the War. He lost his wife and daughter Harriet, to an illness for which at that time there was no cure. But gladly did he contribute to our American education through the training of his two daughters who were teachers in our schools: Mrs. Isabella Hinshaw Cassity and Mrs. Eliza Hinshaw Cassity (who married brothers). Jonathan and Mary Hinshaw rest in the Stahl Cemetery, which is a few miles southwest of Miller, Mo.
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