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 Mary Hinshaw (?-1822) 7....... Jesse Hinshaw (1773->1850) 8........ William Hinshaw (1810-c1905) +Mary Ann "Polly" Cunningham (c1813-?) 9......... Andrew Jackson Hinshaw (1831-1887) 1,2,3 9......... John Ballard Hinshaw (1833-1904) 1,2 9......... Thomas Hinshaw (c1837-?) 1,2,4 9......... Henry E. Hinshaw (1838-?) 1,2 9......... Elizabeth Jane Hinshaw (1841-c1880) 1,2 9......... Pauline Hinshaw (1843-?) 1,2 9......... Ellie Hinshaw (1845-?) 1,2 9......... Nancy C. Hinshaw (1846-1852) 1,2,5 9......... Jesse Hinshaw (1848-?) 1,2 9......... Mary B. Hinshaw (1850-1872) 1,2 9......... Susan Anna Hinshaw (1853-1919) 1,2,5 9......... Levi Leroy Hinshaw (1855-?) 1,2,5 9......... Seearman May Hinshaw (1863-?) 2,6 +Mary Ann Huler (1832-1912)
|William Hinshaw [ID 05003]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
William Hinshaw1,3,7,8 [William Henshaw4,9].
Born Mar 1 1810, Tennessee.3,7
He married Mary Ann "Polly" Cunningham.1,7,10 Mary was born about 1813, North Carolina.3
The Muster Roll of Captain Adrian Northcut's Company of 1836 shows William Hinshaw as a corporal in the war known variously as the Florida or Indian War. The 64 man company was enrolled for what was to be a period of six months, however five days later on Jun 18 1836, Governor Newton Cannon notified Captain Northcut that his Company would not be continued in the brigade at Fayetteville. With this word Captain Northcut then dismissed his Company to their homes to await further orders.1
William Henshaw was shown in the 1838 Tax List of Warren County, Tennessee.11
William Henshaw was again shown in the 1840 census, Warren County, Tennessee (page 345).12
In 1843 William Henshaw signed a petition to form the new Grundy County, Tennessee, formed from Coffee, Warren and Marion Counties.13
William and family were shown in the 1850 census, Hickman County, Kentucky (incorrectly indexed as "William Heushaw"):4
William and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 9 1860), Columbus, Hickman County, Kentucky:1,14
William and family were shown in the 1870 census (Aug 15 1870), Ballard County, Kentucky:15
He then married Mary Ann Huler1,7 [Mary Ann Layton Huelin16, Mary Ann Layton17], Sep 4 18781,7, Columbus, Hickman County, Kentucky1,7. Mary, daughter of James Layton & Martha Taire17,18,19,20, was born Jan 19 183217,18,19,20 [Jun - 183321,22], North Carolina17,18,19,20.
William and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 11 1880), Ballard County, Kentucky:20
William was shown in the 1900 census (Jun 2 1900), living in the household of daughter Susan in Hibbard, Mississippi County, Missouri:24
William Hinshaw died about 1905, Mississippi County, Missouri.3
Widow Mary Ann was shown in the 1910 census (Apr 15 1910), living alone in Arlington, Carlisle County, Kentucky:22
Mary died Aug 10 1912, Columbus, Hickman County, Kentucky; age 80 years 1 month 10 days.17,18,25 Death certificate #19752; informant was a Mrs. Richard Allen or Allred (unclear) of Arlington, Kentucky,17,18 apparently a daughter (note niece Jid/Sid Allred shown in the 1880 census above). Medical: Mary Ann died from hemiphegia (stroke).17,18
In 1921 a letter was written to Mary Ilene ("Aileen") Fleming, wife of William's grandson William Alfred Hinshaw, apparently written by Nancy Godwin, wife of William's son Andrew Jackson 'A.J.' Hinshaw. This letter, which appears to reference the family bible of Mary Ann Cunningham, confirms the children of William & Mary Ann:2
March 15, 1921 at home
Responding to yours about Bill's [undecipherable]. Marys Bible shows A.J. as first born and May was the least. Others were called John, Tom, Henry, Beth, Pauline, Ellie, Nancy, Jesse, Mary, Susan and Leroy.
There were not around much what with them getting married, or dieing [sic] or moving away to Tennessee or Missoura [sic] or Arkansas. I forget a lot. A.J. always farmed like his dad. Henry did some clerking. John was a tinker and fixer.
I'm glad you get home safely and that Bill and the children are safe.
See also: John George Ramzery Hinchey, who is very likely a descendent of William, or a descendent of a yet-undiscovered brother of William.
See also: Eli B. Hinshaw who settled in Arkansas and might be one of William's children.
Photo: Mary Ann Cunningham death certificate 18
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