Gerald Neil Henshaw

                                                ┌── Joseph M. Henshawc1866-?    
                        ┌── Norval P. Henshaw ──┤
                        │    1903-              │
                        │                       └── Lizzie -
                        │                           c1869-?    
Gerald Neil Henshaw ────┤
B: 1930                 │                       ┌── Paul C. Mork
D: 2001                 │                       │
                        └── Carol C. Mork ──────┤
                             1904-1994          │
                                                └── Emma P. Christiansen
M: Muriel Rockwell
   ├── Janne E. Henshaw (1951-) 1,2,3
   ├── David Gerald Henshaw (1952-) 2,4
   ├── Kenneth Allen Henshaw (1954-1980) 2,5
   ├── Jeffrey J. Henshaw (1955-) 2
   ├── Pamela M. Henshaw (1963-) 2

M: Marie Carol Campbell
   └── Jennifer A. Henshaw (1968-2007) 2

Gerald Neil Henshaw     [ID 10839] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Gerald Neil Henshaw6,7 [Jerry Henshaw8,9].

Born Jul 17 1930.6  Gerald and brother Joseph were twins.  

He married Muriel Rockwell, Sep 30 1950, Presbyterian Church, Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan.10  Muriel, daughter of Bion Rockwell.10,11  

Gerald and Muriel's wedding was reported in the "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Monday, Oct 2, 195010 (see scan below).  

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, December 28, 1951:8

Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw were Mr. and Mrs. Norval Henshaw and son Joe of Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell and son Chuck; P. C. Mork, and Mrs. Christine Setterho.  The Henshaws returned to Saginaw on Thursday.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 28, 1952:9

Mrs. Norval Henshaw, accompanied by her husband, returned to their home in Saginaw after being guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw, since Memorial Day.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, September 27, 1952:12

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw and daughter, Jan, will move this week-end into the Alfred Smith cottage on the bay, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Rex Demorest, who have moved to Traverse City.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, October 25, 1952:13

Mrs. DeYoung of McBain was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw Friday night.  Mr. Henshaw is the grandson of Mrs. DeYoung.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, January 17, 1953:14

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw and two children spent the weekend in Saginaw.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, March 7, 1953:15

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Mork and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw returned Sunday from a three week's vacation in Florida.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 11, 1953:16

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw were called to Saginaw, Sunday, by the death of a friend, Archie Neuschafer.  They returned home Monday evening.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, May 23, 1953:17

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw and daughter, Jan, spent the week-end in Saginaw and Centerline.  They attended the wedding of Miss Delores Abed of Centerline and Paul Kolarek, manager of the Suttons Bay branch of the Traverse City State Bank.

The following articles were published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 13, 1953:1

Suttons Bay

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Joe Henshaw left Tuesday for his home in Saginaw after visiting the Jerry Henshaws the past week.  

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Jan Henshaw, two-year-old daughter of the Jerry Henshaws is spending two weeks in Saginaw with her grandparents, the Norval Henshaws.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 11, 1953:18

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw and children Jan and David spent the [..unclear..] in Saginaw with Mr. Henshaw's parents, the Jerry Henshaws.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 25, 1953:19

Jerry Henshaw spent the week-end in Saginaw.  Mrs. Henshaw and children, Jan and David, who spent the week with the Norvald Henshaws accompanied him home.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, October 24, 1953:20

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw spent the weekend in Ann Arbor and Saginaw.  In Ann Arbor they visited Norval Henshaw, who is ill at University hospital.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on December 19, 1953:21

Jerry Henshaw, accompanied by his uncle, Oliver Hanson of Kewadia, spent Sunday in Ann Arbor visiting Norval Henshaw, a patient at University hospital.  

Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Henshaw left Tuesday for Detroit, where they will spend two days.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on January 25, 1954:22

Oliver Hansen spent the week-end with relatives at Mt. Pleasant and Detroit, going and returning with Gerry Henshaw of Suttons Bay.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, February 6, 1954:23

Suttons Bay

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Oliver Hanson was dismissed Friday from Munson hospital where he underwent treatment.  

...  

Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw attended the wedding reception of Miss Joan Rockwell and Mr. Gerald L. Richardson, which was held on Saturday afternoon in the Community hall in Benzonia.  Miss Rockwell is a niece of Bion Rockwell.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 10, 1954:24

Suttons Bay

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Norval Henshaw of Ann Arbor is a guest at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw.

The following articles were published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 5, 1954:25

Suttons Bay

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mork left Friday from Ludington to spend a week in Milwaukee with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warren.  They were accompanied to Ludington by Gerald Henshaw, who returned the same day.  

...  

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw have named their infant son born May 26th at Munson hospital, Kenneth Allen.  Mrs. Henshaw and infant son returned to their home Saturday.

The following articles were published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 26, 1954:26

Suttons Bay

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Gerald Henshaw left Sunday for Ann Arbor where he will take a banking course at the University of Michigan.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Monday, February 7, 1955:27

IS NAMED MANAGER -- Gerald Henshaw of Suttons Bay has been named as acting manager of the Suttons Bay branch, Traverse City State bank, succeeding Paul Kolarik, who has been transferred here to the State bank.  Serving on the staff of the State bank at Suttons Bay from 1947 to 1950, Mr. Henshaw was at the Michigan National bank in Saginaw from 1950 to 1951, when he returned to the Traverse City State bank.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, February 19, 1955:28

Suttons Bay

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David Henshaw was dismissed Wednesday from Munson hospital after undergoing surgery.  

Mrs. Carol Henshaw returned Sunday to her home in Bridgeport after a visit of four days with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw and family.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, April 1, 1955:29

Suttons Bay

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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw and children Jan and David, were called to Saginaw Thursday due to the illness of Mr. Henshaw's mother, Mrs. Carol Henshaw.  Mrs. Henshaw and children remained in the city.  Mr. Henshaw drove to Saginaw Sunday accompanied by his son, Kenneth, and Jan Bonek.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 9, 1955:30

Suttons Bay

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Gerald Henshaw drove to Saginaw on Monday to bring Mrs. Henshaw and children, Jan, David and Kenneth, home.  Mrs. Henshaw has been caring for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Carol Henshaw, who is ill, for the past two weeks.

The following articles were published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 30, 1955:3

Jan Henshaw, daughter of the Gerald Henshaws, celebrated her fourth birthday on Thursday.  He grandmother, Mrs. Carol Henshaw of Bridgeport arrived Friday to spend the weekend.  

...  

Mrs. G. Henshaw's first year cooking group entertained their mothers at a breakfast Saturday morning at the home of their leader, Mrs. Henshaw.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 9, 1955:31

Suttons Bay

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Mrs. Carol Henshaw and son Joe of Bridgeport arrived Saturday for a visit at the Gerald Henshaw home.  Gerald Henshaw left Sunday for Ann Arbor where he is taking a course in banking at the University of Michigan.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 23, 1955:32

Suttons Bay

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Gerald Henshaw returned Sunday from Ann Arbor where he spent two weeks attending the University of Michigan.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 30, 1955:33

Suttons Bay

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Mrs. Carol Henshaw of Bridgeport arrived Saturday to spend a few weeks with the Gerald Henshaws.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on December 3, 1955:11

Suttons Bay

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Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell of Olivet and Charles Rockwell of East Lansing spent Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw.  Mrs. Henshaw and four children accompanied her parents, the Rockwells, to Olivet, where she will spend two weeks.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, March 30, 1956:34

Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell of Olivet are spending their spring vacation with their son-in-law and daughter, the Gerald Henshaws.

He then married Marie Carol Campbell7 [Marie C. Moyer35], Nov 23 19677, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan7.  Marie, daughter of Clifford Campbell & Alice Link, was born Jul 9 1941, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.7  

Gerald Neil Henshaw died Mar 26 2001, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.7,36  

Marie died Aug 30 2006, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.7  

Marie's obituary was published in the "Record-Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Thursday, August 31, 2006:7

Marie C. Henshaw

SUTTONS BAY -- Marie Carol Henshaw, 65, of Suttons Bay, died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, at Munson Medical Center.  Marie was born in Traverse City on July 9, 1941, the daughter of Clifford and Alice (Link) Campbell.  On Nov. 23, 1967, in Traverse City, she married Gerald Neil Henshaw.  

Marie was a pillar of the Suttons Bay community.  She absolutely loved the people of the area and its tight-knit, small-town values.  Marie had an amazing and vast group of friends whom she treasured dearly.  

Marie was an excellent seamstress who loved quilting and spending time in the garden during her leisure time.  Most importantly, she will be remembered by all as a mother who dearly loved her family, and as a grandmother who dearly loved her grandchildren.  Marie's loved ones will forever remember her very positive outlook on life and her keen sense of humor.  

Marie is survived by her five children; Pamela Henshaw of Kalamazoo, David Henshaw of Kalamazoo, Jennifer (Paul) Richards of Battle Creek, Janne Henshaw of Nashville, Tenn. and Jeff (Sue) Henshaw of Kalamazoo; her mother Alice Campbell of Traverse City; her beloved niece and nephew, Ann Marie Sparks and Victor Lynn Bliss; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.  

She was preceded in death by her husband on March 26, 2001; her father; a son, Kenneth; two brothers, Jerry and Tony Campbell; and a sister, Sandra Bliss.  

A gathering will be held Friday, Sept. 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay.  The funeral service will be held Saturday, Sept. 2, at 11 a.m. at Keswick United Methodist Church of Suttons Bay.  A private family burial will be held at a later date.  The Rev. Donald Spachman will officiate.  

Memorial contributions may be directed to Suttons Bay "" [sic] Bingham Fire and Rescue, P.O. Box 280, Suttons Bay, MI 49682.  

Arrangements are with the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay.

(photo)Photo: Gerald Neil Henshaw & Muriel Rockwell wedding "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan), Monday, Oct 2 1950 10


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