|78.||i.||JESSE30 VANDERFORD, b. 11 November 1822, Ross County, Ohio; d. 22 September 1878, Dallas County, Missouri.|
|i.||ELEANOR30 HINSHAW, b. 1810; d. Unknown.|
|ii.||ELIZABETH HINSHAW, b. about 1812; d. Unknown.|
|iii.||TIMOTHY HINSHAW, b. 1814; d. Unknown.|
|iv.||SARAH HINSHAW, b. 1817; d. Unknown.|
|v.||JOHN HINSHAW, b. 1818; d. Unknown.|
|vi.||MARGARET HINSHAW, b. about 1820; d. Unknown.|
|vii.||LEVI HINSHAW, b. about 1822; d. Unknown.|
|viii.||AMOS HINSHAW, b. 1825; d. Unknown.|
|79.||ix.||ABSOLOM HINSHAW, b. 24 August 1828, Highland County, Ohio; d. 26 May 1905, Twin Township, Ross County, Ohio.|
|x.||ABEL HINSHAW, b. about 1832; d. 1892.|
|80.||i.||REBECCA30 HINSHAW, b. 9 February 1816, North Carolina; d. 2 February 1899, Kansas, probably in Caneyville, Chautauqua County.|
|ii.||ROBERT HINSHAW, b. 1818, Ohio; d. about 1863.|
Notes for ROBERT HINSHAW:|
Robert may be the same person as the Robert Hinshaw who married Abigail Chamnes on 25 January 1846 in Orange County, North Carolina. Abigail was the child of Joseph Chamness and Elizabeth Woody. At the Cane Creek Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Abigail (formerly Chamness) condemned her "marriage out of unity," the implication being that Robert was not a member in good standing of the Society. Does this mean that the couple were separating, or that their marriage was annulled?
On 1 April 1848, Abigail was granted a certificate to the Fairfield Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana. At the West Grove Monthly Meeting, Indiana, on 12 August 1848, Abigail was received on a certificate from the Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, North Carolina.
|iii.||AMOS HINSHAW, b. 1819, Ohio; d. 1852; m. SARAH J. KELLY; b. about 1824; d. Unknown.|
Notes for AMOS HINSHAW:|
The 1850 U.S. Census found Amos living in the Jefferson District, Clinton County, Ohio, near his brother Garner and their father Joseph.
|iv.||SIMON HINSHAW, b. 1821, Ohio; d. 1847.|
|v.||LEVI HINSHAW, b. 1824, Ohio; d. 1887, (Huntington, Huntington County, Indiana?).|
Notes for LEVI HINSHAW:|
Levi was living in Huntington, Huntington County, Indiana, during the Civil War.
|81.||vi.||ELEANOR HINSHAW, b. 27 January 1827, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. 23 November 1909, McLouth, Jefferson County, Kansas.|
|vii.||MARGARET HINSHAW, b. 1829, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP; b. about 1824; d. Unknown.|
|82.||viii.||JOHN GARNER HINSHAW, ESQUIRE, b. 13 June 1831, Westboro, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. 20 March 1912, (Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio?).|
|ix.||SARAH HINSHAW, b. 1833, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. Unknown; m. FELIX POBST, 1856, Huntington County, Indiana.; b. about 1828; d. Unknown.|
|x.||ANNE HINSHAW, b. 9 January 1836, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio171; d. 15 December 1904, (apparently) Jefferson County, Kansas172; m. (1) [----?----] BURTON173; b. about 1831; d. Unknown; m. (2) JOHN MILLIKAN; b. about 1836174; d. Unknown.|
Notes for ANNE HINSHAW:|
In 1860, Anne was living with the family of her sister Sarah (Hinshaw) Pobst in Dallas Township, Huntington County, Indiana.[a] Anne was living in Antioch, Indiana, during the Civil War.[b] Twice married, Anne's first husband was [----?----] Burton.[c] In 1872 she married John Milikan.
By January 1890, Anne was living in Lawrence, Kansas.[d] At her death in McLouth, Anne was buried at Wild Horse Cemetery, Jefferson County, Kansas. Her obituary read as follows:[e]
"Mrs. Anna Hinshaw Millikan was born in Clinton county, Ohio, January 9, 1836; came to Kansas in 1871. She was married to John Milikan [sic] January 22, 1872; died at her home in McLouth December 15, 1904, aged 68 years, 11 months and 6 days. The funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev. E.E. McAferty and Dr. Jones Friday, Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. Interment was had in Wild Horse cemetery, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1904."
Anne's sister Eleanor was buried next to her upon Eleanor's death in 1909.[f]
a. Bob Allen (BAllen128@aol.com); as posted in The Hinshaw Family Association Web site (http://www.blueneptune.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/hinshaw/id?4438) Copyright © 1997-2001, The Hinshaw Family Association. All rights reserved.
b. The Hinshaw Family Association Web site (http://www.blueneptune.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/hinshaw/id?4438) Copyright © 1997-2001, The Hinshaw Family Association. All rights reserved.]
c. Mike Hadl (email@example.com); as cited in the Hinshaw Family Association Web site, op. cit.
d. Sinclair family history: A short account by Ora (Sinclair) Benson, February 1972, from Michael Hadl, Lawrence, Kansas.
e. Obituary of Anna Hinshaw Millikan, THE McLOUTH TIMES (Friday, 22 December 1904); data from Jim Laird (firstname.lastname@example.org) to KSJEFFER-L, 19 July 2001; as cited in the Hinshaw Family Association Web site, op. cit.
f. THE McLOUTH TIMES (McLouth, Jefferson Co., Kansas) Friday, November 26, 1909; obituary of Eleanor Sinclair as quoted in e-mail message of Janet Hawley Shelton (email@example.com) to J.E. Stockman, 30 June 2001.
|xi.||NATHAN HINSHAW, b. 1839, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. 1840, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio.|
|xii.||RUTH HINSHAW, b. 1841, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio; d. 1841, Jefferson Township, Clinton County, Ohio.|
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