Name: Roy Russell Shinn
Born: July 9, 1899                      
Married: February 15, 1918         
Died: April 12, 1976                    
Father: George Washington Shinn
Mother: Eliza Lincoln "Link" Little

Spouse: Laura May Stover
Born: December 5, 1899             
Died: March 18, 1982                  
Father: Henry Harrison Stover
Mother: Alice Margaret King

Children:

Name: Lucy Margaret Shinn
Born:
Married: Feb. 2, 1937
Spouse: George Floyd Wheeler
Born:March 31, 1891
Died: March 26, 1967

Name: George Thurman Shinn
Born:
Married:October 19, 1946
Spouse: Alexandria Noleff
Born: Jan. 14, 1926
Died: May 5, 1998

Name: Eliza Jane "Betty" Shinn
Born:
Married:
Spouse: Arthur R. Critchfield
Born: June 9, 1922
Died: March 31, 2000

Name: Henry Lee Shinn

Name: Arnold Wesley Shinn
Born:
Spouse 1: Maxine Lowden
Spouse 2: Gadelle Huffman, Jones, Bailey
Married: Sept. 12, 1966
Born: May 7, 1924
Died: April 16, 2001

Name: Robert LeeRoy Shinn


Name: Elsie May Shinn
Born:
Spouse 1: Wayne Dorst
Married: May 3, 1954
Spouse 2: Donald Hess
Married: May 17, 1975

                                         
                               Roy and Laura Stover Shinn

                                      ~ Remembrance ~

                                   And sometime when I have become
                                          A Quiet portrait on a wall,
                                    Will you, my fair descendant, stop
                                               To think of me at all?

                             Suppose your hands are shaped like mine,
                                  You have my 'nutmeg' sense of fun;
                                     Will there be one to tell you so,
                                    There, when my days are done?

                              If you love books, and fires, and songs,
                             And silvery moons in star-studded skies,
                              Then toss me a look of shared delight
                                  From those, my own blue eyes;

                                   For there is kinship in a curl,
                              And keepsakes in a spoken name,
                            And wine of live may yet be poured,
                                    By hands, with in a frame.
                                                            author unknown

Anyone with knowledge of the author of this poem, let me know and I will give credit where credit is do.


                          
                                            Roy & Laura's children
l-r Margaret, George, Eliza "Betty", Henry, Arnold, Robert "LeRoy"& Elsie


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