1. Johnathan Hinshaw (c1801-?) m Lydia - (c1805-?) 2.. Jonathan Armstrong Hinshaw (1837-1903) m Rachael Elizabeth Moody (1844-1904) 3... Pearl Gertrude Henshaw (1879-1958) +Frederick Kinsman (1870-1957)
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Pearl Gertrude Henshaw1,2,3 [Mandina Hinshaw4].
Born Nov 22 1879, California.2,3,4,5,6 (c1882).7,8
She married Frederick Kinsman, Aug 17 1903, San Rafael, Marin County, California.1,6,9,10,11 Frederick, son of - Kinsman & - Ninnes, was born Dec 15 1870, England.2,3 (c1871).6,7 (c1875).8
Pearl's marriage was reported in the "Mercury News" (San Jose, California) on December 24, 1903:10
Secretly Married Four Months Ago.
Principals in Ceremony Miss P.G. Henshaw and F. Kinsman.
Santa Clara Young Man Has Been Successful as an Actor.
Santa Clara, Dec. 23.
The news of a secret wedding, which occurred over four months ago, in which a well known and popular young lady of this vicinity was one of the principals, is just now being whispered among the relatives and a few immediate friends. As the marriage has not yet been publicly announced it will be received with much surprise by the friends of the contracting parties, who are Miss Pearl G. Henshaw of Campbell and Fred Kinsman, an electrician in the employ of the United Railroad Company of San Francisco. The young couple had kept company for some time and the relatives were anxiously the coming of the wedding [sic], but were greatly surprised to learn but a few days since that they had been quietly married on the 17th of August last in San Rafael. Their secret was well guarded and the first intimation of it was a few days ago when the young lady informed her mother. It is stated that the wedding was such a quiet affair because of the death of her father some months ago and the lingering illness of her brother, which terminated in his death last week. Since the marriage the bride has resided at her home near Campbell and the groom continued at his work in the metropolis. On Sunday next a dinner will be given in honor of the married couple, after which the bride-elect will leave for San Francisco, where she will reside.
Pearl lived on a ranch after the 1906 earthquake, then later moved to Burlingame, San Mateo County, California.1
Apparently no children.
Pearl and Frederick were shown in the 1910 census (May 2 1910), Burlingame, San Mateo County, California:7
Pearl and Frederick were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 7 1920), 725 Walnut, Burlingame, San Mateo County, California:11
Pearl and Frederick were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 15 1930), 725 Walnut Ave., Burlingame, San Mateo County, California:6
Pearl and Frederick were shown in the 1940 census (Apr 8 1940), 725 Walnut Ave., Burlingame, San Mateo County, California:8
The following article was published in the "San Mateo Times" (San Mateo, California) on Saturday, January 13, 1945:12
Fred Kinsman, 72, of 725 Walnut street, Burlingame, engineer at the Burlingame disposal plant, escaped with minor injuries, but his automobile was wrecked in a collision late yesterday afternoon at Oak Grove avenue and California drive, Burlingame. Driver of the other car involved in the crash was Stanley White, 26, of 1727 Pine street, San Francisco.
Frederick died Mar 10 1957, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County, California; age 86.2,3,13,14
Fred's obituary was published in the "San Mateo Times" (San Mateo, California) on Monday, March 11, 195713 (see scan below).
Pearl Gertrude Henshaw died Jul 9 1958, San Mateo County, California; age 78.2,3
Photo: Frederick Kinsman obituary "San Mateo Times" (San Mateo, California), Monday, Mar 11 1957 13
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