Jehu 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..... 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......... Levi P. Hinshaw (1853-1918) m Mary E. Buck (1853-1930)
10.......... Jehu Hinshaw (1873-1939)
             +Rebecca E. Young (1871-?)
11...........  Ralph Oneil Hinshaw (1899-1986) 1,2
11...........  M. Adelade Hinshaw (c1901-) 2
11...........  David Clark Hinshaw (c1903-1941) 2,3
11...........  Clifford S. Hinshaw (1907-1970) 2,3
Jehu Hinshaw     [ID 00585] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Born Feb 15 18731,2,3,4,5,6 [about 18727], Woodford County, Illinois1,2,3,4,5,6.  

He married Rebecca E. Young, about 1898.1,2  Rebecca was born May - 1871, Ohio.1,2,3  

A Rebecca Young married an Arthur D. O'Neill on Jul 10 1886 in Cook County, Illinois8 - it's possible this might have been a first marriage for Rebecca9 (note son Ralph ONeil Hinshaw); however Rebecca was shown in the 1910 census in her first marriage to Jehu Hinshaw,2 so the above O'Neill marriage might be unrelated to this Rebecca.9  

Jehu and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 27-28 1900), Kansas Township, Woodford County, Illinois:1

Hinshaw, Jehu, head-of-household, age 27, born Feb 1873 in Illinois; parents born in Illinois; married 2 years; occupation: farming; rented farm.
Hinshaw, Rebecca, wife, age 29, born May 1871 in Ohio; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Ohio; married 2 years; 1 child, 1 living.
Hinshaw, Ralph, son, age 1, born Feb 1899 in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio.
Living two houses away in 1900 was the family of Jehu's uncle George.10  

Jehu and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 28 1910), Bear Bluff Township, Jackson County, Wisconsin:2

Hinshaw, J., head-of-household, age 36, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois; first marriage, married 12 years; 5 children, 4 living; [..occupation unclear..]; rented home.
Hinshaw, Rebecca E., wife, age 39, born in Ohio; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Ohio; first marriage, married 12 years; 5 children, 4 living.
Hinshaw, Ralph O., son, age 11, born in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio; attended school.
Hinshaw, M. Adelade, daughter, age 9, born in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio; attended school.
Hinshaw, David Clark, son, age 7, born in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio; attended school.
Hinshaw, Clifford S., son, age 2, born in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio

Jehu and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 1930), Itasca, DuPage County, Illinois:3

Hinshaw, Jehu, head-of-household, age 57, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois; first married at age 25 [unclear]; owned home ($4000 value); radio in home; occupation: clerk, seed store; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Rebecca E., wife, age 60, born in Ohio; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Ohio; first married at age 27.
Hinshaw, David C., son, age 27, born in Illinois; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio; single; occupation: laborer, golf course; not a veteran.
Hinshaw, Clifford, son, age 25 [unclear], born in Wisconsin; father born in Illinois; mother born in Ohio; single; occupation: engineer, seed store.
Granborn, Henry, lodger, age 59, born in Illinois; parents born in Germany; single; occupation: none.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on August 3 1928:11

Dean and Don Hinshaw of Beloit, Wis., is [sic] visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hinshaw.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on September 8, 1933:12

Mr. and Mrs. J. Hinshaw and family spent Labor Day with friends at ElPaso [sic], Illinois.  Last week Mrs. Hinshaw entertained friends from Beloit, Wis., who came to visit the Century of Progress.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on Friday, November 17, 1933:13

Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw returned Saturday from El Paso, Ill., where they attended the funeral of Mr. Hinshaw's sister, Mrs. Luluu [sic] Jones, Friday.  Mrs. Jones had been seriously ill but was thought to be improving.  However a turn for the worse resulted fatally.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on January 11, 1935:14

Mrs. Hinshaw had the misfortune to fall on the icy pavement while going to church Sunday and injured her left wrist.  It has been badly swolen and painful, but is much better with no ill effects.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on Friday, May 3, 1935:15

No Time to be Afraid
Says Itasca Man After
Holdup Last Saturday

Z. [sic] Hinshaw of Itasca is an employee at Vaughan's seed store, Chicago, which was held up by bandits Saturday.  

He was compelled to guard the door at the point of a gun.  A cashier [..unclear..]ing to faint away gave the alarm; another employee wrested the money bay [sic] away from the fleeing bandits as they were fleeing.  

Mr. Hinshaw did not have time to think of being afraid, he just did as he was told.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on August 7, 1936:16

Mrs. Hinshaw entertained her brother, Newton Young, of Cambridge, Ohio, last week who brought his daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. George Molatto of Newcomertown.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on October 29, 1937:17

Mrs. J. Hinshaw continues quite ill, her daughter, Mrs. Adeline Frost of Wisconsin, is here caring for her mother.  It is hoped that Mrs. Hinshaw will improve more rapidly under special care.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on November 26, 1937:18

Mrs. Hinshaw was able to go to the home of her son in Beloit, Sunday, where she plans to remain for a time, then visit her daughter in Mauston, Wisconsin.  Her daughter has been calling for Mrs. Hinshaw during her illness the past five weeks.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on September 2, 1938:19

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saxby and children of Oak Park, moved into the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw.  They have purchased the place and plan to make Itasca their permanent home.

Jehu Hinshaw died Dec 28 1939, Cook County, Illinois.20  

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on Friday, January 5, 1940:21

A number of friends and neighbors from Itasca attended the funeral of John [sic] Hinshaw in Bensenville Saturday afternoon.  Mrs. O. Mason, Miss Grace Lawrence, Mrs. W. Weber and Miss Idaclare Lawrence sang, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Geo. Bechtel.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on April 5, 1940:22

Mrs. Rebecca Hinshaw spent two days last week with Mrs. T. Woodworth.  Mrs. Hinshaw and family are now residing in Keeneyville.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on July 11, 1941:23

Mrs. Hinshaw and daughter of Roselle and Clifford Hinshaw called on friends in Itasca Sunday.  The Hinshaw family were former residents of this community.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on Friday, January 2, 1942:24

The many Itaska neighbors of Mrs. Rebecca Hinshaw extend sincere sympathy in her recent bereavement.  David Clark Hinshaw was buried Monday afternoon, the Rev. Geo. W. Jenkins officiating at the funeral services.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on May 22, 1942:25

Mrs. Rebecca Hinshaw was visiting Mrs. T. L. Woodworth for a few days this week.

The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on February 26, 1943:26

Friends of Mrs. Rebecca Hinshaw, will be sorry to learn that she suffered severe cuts and bruises as the result of a fall recently.  Mrs. Hinshaw is in Beloit, Wis.


Sources

  1. 1900 census, Kansas Township, Woodford County, Illinois; page 13B, line #70, dwelling #260, family #263.
  2. 1910 census, Bear Bluff Township, Jackson County, Wisconsin; roll T624-1713, ED 72, page 131A, line #1, dwelling #14, family #14.
  3. 1930 census, Itasca, Addison Township, DuPage County, Illinois; roll T626-511, ED 13, page 6A, line #37, dwelling #145, family #152.
  4. "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", by William Hinshaw; edited by Milo Custer; private printing, Bloomington, Illinois, 1911; Frank I. Miller Co., printers. LDS microfilm number 1402822.
  5. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Illinois.
  6. "The Hudson Colony", by Ruth Bitting Hamm, "A Project of the Hudson Bicentennial Commission, Hudson, Illinois 61748" (1972?).
  7. 1880 census, Hudson Township, McLean County, Illinois; roll T9-0230, ED 168, page 363B, line #32, dwelling #23, family #23.
  8. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900 (book H, page 32):
    http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/databases/marriage.html.
  9. speculation.
  10. 1900 census, Kansas Township, Woodford County, Illinois; page 13B, line #77, dwelling #262, family #265.
  11. "The Daily Herald", Aug 3 1928; http://www.ancestry.com.
  12. "The Daily Herald", Sep 8 1933; http://www.ancestry.com.
  13. "The Daily Herald", Nov 17 1933; http://www.ancestry.com.
  14. "The Daily Herald", Jan 11 1935; http://www.ancestry.com.
  15. "The Daily Herald", May 3 1935; http://www.ancestry.com.
  16. "The Daily Herald", Aug 7 1936; http://www.ancestry.com.
  17. "The Daily Herald", Oct 29 1937; http://www.ancestry.com.
  18. "The Daily Herald", Nov 26 1937; http://www.ancestry.com.
  19. "The Daily Herald", Sep 2 1938; http://www.ancestry.com.
  20. State of Illinois; Database of Illinois Death Certificates, 1916-1950:
    http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/idphdeathindex.html.
  21. "The Daily Herald", Jan 5 1940; http://www.ancestry.com.
  22. "The Daily Herald", Apr 5 1940; http://www.ancestry.com.
  23. "The Daily Herald", Jul 11 1941; http://www.ancestry.com.
  24. "The Daily Herald", Jan 2 1942; http://www.ancestry.com.
  25. "The Daily Herald", May 22 1942; http://www.ancestry.com.
  26. "The Daily Herald", Feb 26 1943; http://www.ancestry.com.


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