┌── (unknown) Henshaw │ ┌── John Henshaw ──┤ │ 1801-? │ │ John Arthur Hinshaw ───┤ B: 1830 │ D: ? │ └── Isabella - M: Eliza Woodford ├── John Hinshaw (1855-1941) 1 ├── Eliza Hinshaw 1 ├── William Hinshaw (1857-1934) 1 └── James Hinshaw (1859-1938) 1,2
|John Arthur Hinshaw [ID 11534]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
John Arthur Hinshaw1 [John Henshaw3].
Born Jun 14 1830, Skinners Burn, near Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England.1 (c1840, England).4
He married Eliza Woodford1,3 [Elizabeth Woodford2], Sep 7 18541,3, St. Nicholas Church, Deptford, London, England1,3. Marriage witnessed by Tho. Walter Moore (or Moon) and Ann Earl.1 Eliza, daughter of William Woodford, was born 1828, London, Middlesex, England.1,2
John was a boiler maker or bridge maker.1 He was also a deacon in the Church of England.1
John left England for America about 1855-60, leaving his wife and children in England.1 He is believed to have gone to work on the Brooklyn Bridge (or to help transport items for the bridge).1 He never returned and was never heard from again.1
Eliza then moved from Blackfriars in London to the North in 1860.1
Eliza and son James were shown in the 1881 census, 15 Watson St., Gateshead, Durham:2
Eliza died Sep - 1898, buried Tyne Road East, Gateshead, England.1
Meanwhile a John Henshaw (probably this John Arthur Hinshaw) was shown in the 1880 census (Jun 2 1880), living alone as a boarder in 465 [unclear] West 14th Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York:4
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