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....... George Hinshaw (1775-1862) m Susannah Johnson (1790-1876) 8........ Jehu Hinshaw (1819-1903) m Cynthia Ann Elizabeth Beeler (1821-1858) 9......... Adolphus D. Hinshaw (1840-1911) m Louisa Jane Brown (1840-1870) 10.......... Elmer Hinshaw (1863-1935) +Nettie F. Reid (1865-1943) 11........... Clarence Lewis Hinshaw (1886-1975) 1,2,3 11........... Milton Osborn Hinshaw (1886-1970) 1,2,4,5 11........... Myrtle Hinshaw (1888-?) 1,2,3,4,5 11........... Adolphus Hinshaw (1890-1962) 1,2,3,4,5,6 11........... Irene Hazel Hinshaw (1897-1990) 1,2,3,4,5,6 11........... Iva Hinshaw (1899-1975) 1,2,3,4,5,6 11........... Virgil Hinshaw (1902-1922) 1,2,5,6,7,8 11........... Arthur Elmer Hinshaw (1905-1993) 1,2,3,5,6,7 11........... Helen Ellen Hinshaw (1909-1992) 1,2,3,5,6,7,9
|Elmer Hinshaw [ID 00553]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Jan 16 18631,2,5,6,10,11,12,13,14,15 [Jan - 18624], Woodford County, Illinois1,2,5,6,10,11,12,13,14,15.
Elmer was a farmer in the Hudson-Carlock area of McLean County, Illinois.16
He married Nettie F. Reid, Jan 1 1885, Woodford County, Illinois.1,2,5,10,17,18 Nettie, daughter of G.D. Reid & Mary Collins6,13,14,19,20, was born Jun 22 18656,13,14,19,20 [Jun - 18684], El Paso, Woodford County, Illinois6,13,14,19,20.
Elmer and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 28-29 1900), Kansas Township, Woodford County, Illinois:4
Elmer moved from McLean County, Illinois, to Chillicothe, Missouri, in 190821,22 when son Arthur was young. Elmer's elder sons remained in Illinois.21
The following article was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on October 15, 1908:23
W. S. Craig is preparing to move to Utah in a few weeks. Elmer Hinshaw has purchased the property now occupied by Mr. Craig.
Elmer and family were shown in the 1910 census (May 11-12 1910), Sampsel Township, Livingston County, Missouri:6
Elmer and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 12 1920), Jackson Township, Daviess County, Missouri:7
The following retrospecive article was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Tuesday, July 2, 1935, referring to the harvest of 1925:24
TEN YEARS AGO
Threshing Machines Humming
In several sections of the county the hum of the threshing machines could be heard today. At the Bonderer farm near Utica the first threshing of the season for that section of the county was underway. At the Elmer Hinshaw farm south of town the first threshing for this section was under way this morning and the threshers expected to complete this job and move to the Chas. D. Ford home this afternoon. It is also reported that threshing is underway in the vicinity of Wheeling.
The following article was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Wednesday, June 8, 1927:25
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Albany were guests Tuesday in the city of Mrs. Elmer Hinshaw.
In September 1928 the Elmer Hinshaw family was living on Graves street in Chillicothe, Missouri, where a fire caused considerable damage to their home. The following retrospecive article was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Tuesday, September 9, 1958:24
THIRTY YEARS AGO TODAY
Fire caused considerable damage to the Elmer Hinshaw home on Graves street. The blaze was thought to have started in the basement.
Elmer and Nettie were shown in the 1930 census, Chillicothe Township, Livingston County, Missouri:13
Elmer Hinshaw died Oct 7 19352,5,14,15,22,26 [Oct 6 193519], Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri2,5,14,15,22,26; age 72y 8m 21d2,5,14,15,22,26.
Elmer's obituary was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Monday, October 7, 1935:22
Dies Early Today
Diabetes Fatal to Well Known Resi-
dent; Came Here in 1908 and
Had Since Resided Here.
Elmer Henshaw, 72 years old, died at the Chillicothe hospital Monday morning at 5:20 o'clock from diabetes. Saturday Mr. Henshaw had his left leg amputated in an effort to check the disease but without results. The body is at the Norman Funeral Home.
Surviving are his wife, three sons, Clarence Henshaw, Carlock, Ill., Arthur Henshaw, Fairfax, Mo., and Doss Henshaw, Gladstone, Ill.; four daughters, Mrs. Helen Butler and Miss Irene Payton, Lincoln, Neb.; Miss Myrtle Henshaw, Bloomington, Ill.; Mrs. John D. Williams of this city; a brother, Frank Henshaw, Hudson, Ill., and two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Eastman, Eureka, Ill., and Mrs. Sadie Starkey, Hudson, Ill.
Mr. Henshaw came to Chillicothe from Illinois in 1908 and had since made his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Broyles and son, Eugene, of Independence, Mo., spent the week-end with relatives in and near Chula.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shibers, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fisher and daughter, Suzanna, of Pleasant Hill, Mo., were Sunday guests of Mrs. P. F. Romeiser and Mrs. J. H. Mansur.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Brooks and son, Roscoe, and Mrs. Brooks of Bloomfield, Iowa, were guests of Mr. Brooks' sister, Mrs. J. F. Krewson, Sunday. This is the first time Mr. Brooks and his sister has visited each other for thirty years.
Funeral services will be held from the Norman Funeral Home chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Elmer's funeral was noted in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Wednesday, October 9, 1935:27
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON
The funeral of Elmer Hinshaw was held at the Norman Funeral Home chapel this afternoon at two o'clock conducted by Rev. W. H. Brengle, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Relatives from a distance attending were Frank Hinshaw, Mrs. Norris Starkey, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Shiner and Mrs. Gussie Klump, Hudson, Ill.; Miss Myrtle Hinshaw, Bloomington, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hinshaw, Carlock, Ill., and Adolphus Hinshaw, Oquawka, Ill.
Nettie died Jan 3 1943, at her home, 1413 Bryan Street, Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri; age 77y 6m 11d.2,5,14,19,20,26
Nettie's obituary was published in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Thursday, January 7, 1943:19
Mrs. Nettie Hinshaw Died Sunday Noon
Passed Away at Home, 1413 Bryan Street; Funeral Services Tuesday.
Mrs. Nettie Reid Hinshaw died at her home, 1413 Bryan street, Sunday noon following a stroke which she suffered last Tuesday.
She was born June 22, 1865, at El Paso, Ill., and was married to Elmer Hinshaw in 1883. Mr. Hinshaw died October 6, 1935.
The family moved to Missouri in 1908 [unclear] and had resided in Chillicothe for a number of years.
Nine children survive. They are Clarence Hinshaw, Carlock, Ill.; Milt Hinshaw, Gary, Ind.; Mrs. Myrtle Sutton, Bloomington, Ill.; Doss Hinshaw, Oquanaka, Ill.; Mrs. Irene Dappen, Dawson, Neb.; Mrs. Helen Malone, Omaha, Neb.; Arthur R. Hinshaw, Hutchison, Kas., and Mrs. John Williams of this city, and twenty-four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held from the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the Rev. A. S. Day, pastor of First Baptist church. Interment will be in Edgewood.
Nettie's funeral was also noted in The "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" (Chillicothe, Missouri) on Thursday, January 7, 1943:19
A large number of relatives and friends from a distance attended the funeral of Mrs. Nettie Reid Hinshaw held Tuesday.
They were Clarence Hinshaw, Carlock, Ill.; Mrs. Myrtle Sutton, Bloomington, Ill.; Mrs. Irene Dappen, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mullins and son, Richard, Dawson, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hinshaw and sons, Richard and Rex, Hutchinson, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone, Omaha, Neb.
Elmer and Nettie are buried with son Virgil.14,26
Photo: Elmer Hinshaw death certificate Livingston County, Missouri 15
Photo: Nettie F. Reid death certificate Livingston County, Missouri 20
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