Mabel H. Hinshaw

 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...... Absolom Hinshaw (1728-?) m Rebecca Haddock 
 7....... Absolom Hinshaw (1752-1830) m Elizabeth Hinshaw (c1753-1833)
 8........ Benjamin Hinshaw (1803-1840) m Mary E. Larrence (1800-1851)
 9......... Isaac M. Hinshaw (1831-1912) m Elizabeth Matilda Hadley (1837-1914)
10.......... Tunis Theodore Hinshaw (1857-1932) m Lucinda Jane Short (1861-1935)
11........... Mabel H. Hinshaw (1889-1954)
              +Bertram Hammond DeYoe (1884-1962)
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Mabel H. Hinshaw1,2,3,4 [Mable H. Hinshaw5].

Born Sep 14 18891,3,4,5 [Sep - 18882,6,7], Klickitat County, Washingtom1,3,4,5.  

Mabel graduated from Goldendale High School with the class of 1908.8,9  

Mabel was shown in the 1920 census, Centerville Township, Klickitat County, Washington, living with her sister Agnes as boarders:3

Niva, Albert J., head-of-household, age 31, born in Washington; parents born in Finland; railway agent.
Niva, Bennie I., wife, age 30, born in Oregon; father born in Illinois; mother born in Kansas.
Hinshaw, Mabel H., boarder, age 31, born in Washington; single; father born in Indiana; mother born in Oregon; public school teacher.
Hinshaw, Agnes L., boarder, age 22, born in Washington; single; father born in Indiana; mother born in Oregon; public school teacher.

She married Bertram Hammond DeYoe, 1926.1,6,7,10  Bertram, son of Seldon T. DeYoe & Ida V. Sweet, was born Sep 8 1884, Lisbon, Ransom County, Dakota Territory (now North Dakota).6,10,11,12,13,14  

Bert was a veteran of World War I, having enlisted in the U.S. Navy.6,10  

No children.7  

Mabel and Bertram were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 18 1930), Seattle, King County, Washington:6

DeYoe, Bertram H., head-of-household, age 45, born in North Dakota; father born in Illinois; mother born in Pennsylvania; first married at age 41; owned home ($5000 value); no radio in home; occupation: mechanic, garage; World War I veteran.
DeYoe, Mabel H., wife, age 41, born in Washington; father born in Indiana; mother born in Oregon; first married at age 37.

Mabel had a long career as teacher, Superintendent of Klickitat County Schools and White Salmon businesswoman.15  

Mabel H. Hinshaw died May 10 1954, Medford, Jackson County, Oregon.7,16  

Mabel's obituary was published in the "Mt. Adams Sun" (Bingen, Washington) on May 13 1954:7

MABEL DEYOE DIES MONDAY IN MEDFORD

Klickitat County lost one of its best known women this week with the passing of Mabel H. DeYoe.  Death came in a Medford hospital where she and her husband were in southern Oregon, in poor health for several months.  Mrs. DeYoe was the victim of a coronary occlusion, complicated by pneumonia contracted a few days prior to her death on Monday May 10.  

Though best known in the White Salmon area as a business woman, Mrs. DeYoe is more generally known in the county as a former educator.  She served two terms as County Superintendent of Schools from 1915 to 1918.  Her most significant accomplishment during that period was introduction in Klickitat County of the 4H program.  Both before and after her service as County Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. DeYoe, then Mabel Hinshaw, held various posts in the Klickitat and Lewis Counties as teacher and school administrator.  She attended Washington State College where she graduated with honors, being elected to Phi Kappa Phi, National Scholastic Honorary Fraternity.  

Mrs. DeYoe gave up school work for marriage in 1926 when she married Bertram H. DeYoe, formerly of Goldendale.  After living in Seattle for several years, the DeYoes returned to White Salmon where they have been in business.  Their first enterprise upon returning to Klickitat county was the DeYoe's Auto Supply and, since 1948, they have been proprietors of The Style Shop in White Salmon.  

Always a capable and willing community worker, Mrs. DeYoe has taken an active part in White Salmon affairs.  She was a past president of the American Legion Auxiliary, past Matron of the Order of Eastern Star and was active in Chamber of Commerce Committee work.  

Mrs. DeYoe was born near Goldendale in 1888, the daughter of Teunis and Lucinda Hinshaw.  The family moved to White Salmon in 1911.  

She is survived by her husband, Bertram, of White Salmon.  Also surviving are her one brother, E.T. Hinshaw of Seaside, Calif., and six sisters.  They are Mrs. R.D Gray and Mrs. Roy H. Cain of White Salmon, Mrs. E.R. Hodson of Bellevue, Washington, Mrs. Frank H. Withey of Port Angeles, Wn., Mrs. Dan Coughlin of St. Helens, Ore., and Mrs. William H. Schramm of Portland.  The DeYoes, having no children, lavished attention on their numerous nieces and nephews and their children who remember her with great affection.  

Funeral services are scheduled for Gardner's Funeral Chapel in White Salmon at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 13.  Reverend George P. George of the Methodist Church will be in charge.  

Mrs. DeYoe's great interest in her church's forthcoming building program has prompted the family to think that many of her friends, in lieu of flowers, may wish to contribute to a Memorial Fund to be used in connection with the new Methodist Church wing to be built soon in White Salmon.

Another obituary was published in "The Enterprise" (White Salmon, Washington) on May 13 1954:7

MABEL DeYOE DIES IN MEDFORD HOSPITAL MAY 10

Klickitat County lost one of its best known women this week with the passing of Mabel H. DeYoe.  Death came in a Medford Hospital while she and her husband were in Southern Oregon.  In poor health for several months, Mrs. DeYoe was the victim of a coronary occlusion, complicated by pneumonia contracted a few days prior to her death on May 10th.  

Though best known in the White Salmon area as a businesswoman, Mrs. DeYoe is more generally known in the county as a former educator.  She served two terms as County Superintendent of Schools from 1915 to 1919.  Her most significant accomplishment during that period was introduction in Klickitat County of the 4-H program.  Both before and after her service as County Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. DeYoe, then Mabel Hinshaw, held various posts in Klickitat and Lewis Counties as teacher and school administrator.  She attended Washington State College where she graduated with honors, being elected to Ph Kappa Phi, National Scholastic Honorary Fraternity.  

Mrs. DeYoe gave up school work for marriage in 1926 when she married Bertram H. DeYoe, formerly of Goldendale.  After living in Seattle for several years, the DeYoes returned to White Salmon where they have been in business.  Their first enterprise upon returning to Klickitat County was DeYoe's Auto Supply and, since 1948, they have been proprietors of The Style Shop in White Salmon.  

Always a capable and willing community worker, Mrs. DeYoe has taken an active part in White Salmon affairs.  She was a past president of the American Legion Auxiliary, past Matron of the Order of Eastern Star and was active in Chamber of Commerce Committee work.  

Mrs. DeYoe was born near Goldendale in 1888, the daughter of Teunis and Lucinda Hinshaw.  The family moved to White Salmon in 1911.  

She is survived by her husband, Bertram, of White Salmon.  Also surviving are her one brother, E.T. Hinshaw of Seaside, California and six sisters.  They are Mrs. R.D Gray and Mrs. Roy H. Cain of White Salmon, Mrs. E.R. Hodson of Bellevue, Washington, Mrs. Frank H. Withey of Port Angeles, Washington, Mrs. Dan Coughlin of St. Helens, Oregon and Mrs. Wm. H. Schramm of Portland.  The DeYoes, having no children, lavished attention on their numerous nieces and nephews and their children who remember her with great affection.  

Funeral services are scheduled for Gardner's Funeral Chapel in White Salmon at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, May 13th.  Reverend George P. George of the Methodist Church will be in charge.  

Mrs. DeYoe's great interest in her church's forthcoming building program has prompted the family to think that many of her friends, in lieu of flowers, may wish to contribute to a Memorial Fund to be used in connection with the new Methodist Church wing to be built soon in White Salmon.  

Pallbearers will be: John Duus, Walter Hunsaker, Earl Warneke, Clarence Bangert, Bob Overbaugh, Emil Stratton and Wilbur Dunlap.

Bertram died Apr 10 1962, Barnes Veterans Hospital, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington; buried Odd Fellows Cemetery, White Salmon, Klickitat County, Washington.10  

Bert's death was noted in "The Enterprise" (White Salmon, Washington) on April 12 1962:10

BERT DEYOE RITES FRIDAY AT 2:00

Bertram Hammond DeYoe was born Sept. 8, 1884 in Lisbon, North Dakota.  He passed away at Barnes Veterans Hospital in Vancouver, Wash April 10, 1962 at the age of 77 years, 7 months and two days.  

Funeral services will be held at the White Salmon Methodist Church, Friday, April 13, 1962, at 2:00 P.M. with Rev. Alfred Palmer officiating.  Interment will be at the Odd Fellows Cemetery in White Salmon with the American Legion Post assisting.  

Surviving are two sisters: Margaret Dyer of Seattle and Mrs. Anna Brown of Dana Point, Cal.  Six sisters-in-law: Mary Cain, White Salmon; Agnes Coughlin, and Lelia Gray, both of White Salmon; Laurie Hodson, Bellevue, Wn., Hazel Schramm, Portland and Alice Withey of Port Angeles, Wash.

Bert's death was also noted in the "Mt. Adams Sun" (Bingen, Washington) on April 19 1962:10
DEATH SUMMONS BERT H. DEYOE

Funeral services for Bertrand Hammond DeYoe, 77, White Salmon, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, April 13 at the Methodist Church.  Gardners are in charge.  The Rev. Rev. Alfred A. Palmer will officiate.  Burial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery.  

Mr. DeYoe was born on Sept. 8, 1884 at Lisbon, North Dakota and died Tuesday, April 10 at Barnes Hospital, Vancouver.  His obituary will be published next week.  

Survivors include two sisters, Margaret Dyer of Seattle and Mrs. Anna Brown of Dana Point, Calif.; and six sisters-in-law, Agnes Coughlin, Mary Cain and Lelia Gray, all of W.S.; Laurie Hodson of Bellevue; Alice Withey of Port Angeles and Hazel Schramm of Portland, Oregon.  

Mr. DeYoe was a member of the Methodist church, Masonic Lodge 163 and American Legion of W.S.

Bert's obituary was published in the "Mt. Adams Sun" (Bingen, Washington) on April 19 1962 [includes portrait]:10

FUNERAL HELD FOR BERT DEYOE

Funeral services for Bertram H. (Bert) DeYoe, 77, White Salmon, were held at 2 p.m. Friday, April 13 at the White Salmon Methodist Church.  Gardners were in charge of funeral arrangements.  The Rev. Rev. Alfred A. Palmer officiated.  

Casket bearers were fellow Masons: Amos Larsen, Olaf Larsen, John Roberts, Harold Lewis, Dan Hunsaker and Lee Whiting.  Evan Childs American Legion Post conducted graveside military rites at the Odd Fellow cemetery.  

Bert DeYoe was born Sept. 8, 1884 in Lisbon, North Dakota and died on April 10, 1962 at Barnes Veterans Hospital, Vancouver.  

He was a resident of Goldendale when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy for service in World War I.  After the war he lived in Seattle and was engaged in mechanical trades.  

In 1926 he married Mabel H. Hinshaw.  They lived in Seattle for ten years and in 1936 moved to White Salmon.  After working for a time for Hunsaker Chevrolet Company, the DeYoes operated their own auto parts business which they sold in 1948 to open DeYoe's Style Shop.  

Mrs. DeYoe died in 1954 but Mr. DeYoe continued to operate the Style Shop until his retirement in 1958.  

Through his business and retirement years, Bert DeYoe was an enthusiastic member and willing worker in the Methodist Church, American Legion, Masonic Lodge and Order of the Eastern Star.  

Fellow members of Chinooks and Rotary, to which he belonged for many years, remember him as a congenial and willing member.  

He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Frank W. Dyer of Seattle and Mrs. Arthur I. Brown of Dana Point, California.  

Following his wife's death, Bert DeYoe continued to be closely associated with her family: Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. Roy H. Cain and Mrs. Dan Coughlin, White Salmon; Mrs. E.R. Hodson of Bellevue, Wash.; Mrs. Frank Withey of Port Angeles, and Mrs. William Schramm of Portland.

Another obituary was published in the "Goldendale Sentinel" (Goldendale, Washington) on May 3 1962:10

BERTRAND H. DE YOE

Funeral services were held Friday, April 13, in White Salmon for Bertrand Hammond DeYoe, 77.  The Rev. Alfred Palmer officiated at the rites in the Methodist Church; interment in the Odd Fellows cemetery followed.  

Mr. DeYoe was born in Lisbon, North Dakota, on September 8, 1884.  He died at Veterans Hospital, Vancouver, on April 10.  

Bertram DeYoe was a resident of Goldendale when he enlisted for service in World War I.  After serving in the U.S. Navy, he lived in Seattle and was engaged in the mechanical trades.  

In 1926 he married Mabel H. Hinshaw, and they lived in Seattle for ten years.  In 1936 they moved to White Salmon.  After working for a time with Hunsaker Chevrolet Company, the DeYoes operated their own auto parts business.  After selling this business in 1948, they operated DeYoe's Style Shop until Mr. DeYoe's retirement in 1958.  

Through his business and retirement years, Bertram DeYoe was an enthusiastic member and willing worker in several White Salmon organizations.  He was a member of the Methodist Church, American Legion, Masonic Lodge and Order of the Eastern Star.  Fellow members of Chinooks and Rotary, of which he was a member for many years, remember him as a congenial and willing member.  

Bertram DeYoe was preceded in death by his wife, Mabel, in 1954.  

Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Frank W. Dyer of Seattle, and Mrs. Arthur I. Brown of Dana Point, California.  

Following his late wife's death, Bertram DeYoe continued to be closely associated with his wife's family, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. Roy H. Cain and Mrs. Dan Coughlin, White Salmon; Mrs. E.R. Hodson of Bellevue, Wash.; Mrs. Frank Withey of Port Angeles, and Mrs. William Schramm of Portland.

(photo)Photo: Mabel Hinshaw with sister Lelia

(photo)Photo: Tunis Hinshaw family


Sources

  1. Contribution (GEDCOM file) from Ted Hinshaw.
  2. 1900 census, Klickitat County, Washington; roll T623-1746, ED 118, page 13A, line #2, dwelling #262, family #262.
  3. 1920 census, Centerville Township, Klickitat County, Washington; roll T625-1932, ED 90, page 1A, line #44, dwelling #11, family #11.
  4. Jean Allyn Smeltzer's Klickitat County, Washington birth records:
    http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~westklic/jasros.html.
  5. 1910 census, Goldendale, Klickitat County, Washington; roll T624-1656, ED 117, page 284A, line #24, dwelling #71, family #71.
  6. 1930 census, Seattle, King County, Washington; roll T626-2492, ED 17, page 43A, line #1, dwelling #794, family #830.
  7. Jeffrey L. Elmer's Klickitat County, Washington obituaries [reproduced with permission]:
    http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~westklic/omhdeyoe.html.
  8. Goldendale High School, 1916 yearbook; class of 1908:
    http://thirdstbooks.com/washington/gol16hsdex.html.
  9. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~westklic/gdhs1908.html.
  10. Jeffrey L. Elmer's Klickitat County, Washington obituaries [reproduced with permission]:
    http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~westklic/obhdeyoe.html.
  11. Contribution from Brian Christensen ().
  12. 1900 census, 4th Ward, Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania; roll T623-1420, ED 57, page 9A, line #5, dwelling #173, family #182.
  13. 1910 census, Woodland Precinct, Klickitat County, Washington; roll T624-1656, ED 118, page 3B, line #78, family #71.
  14. 1920 census, Woodland Precinct, Klickitat County, Washington; roll T625-1932, ED 105, page 2B, line #95, dwelling #44, family #44.
  15. Contribution from Ted Hinshaw citing:
    "History of Klickitat County", edited by Pete May,
    published 1982 by the Kickitat County Historical Society.
  16. Oregon Death Index, 1903-98; http://www.ancestry.com.


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