+-- Daniel Henshaw | 1701-1781 +-- Benjamin Henshaw --+ | 1730-1793 | | +-- Elizabeth Allen Bass | 1703-1774 Elizabeth Henshaw ---+ B: 1755 | D: 1847 | +-- Elizabeth Lord ?-1761 M: John Meigs
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(Elizabeth Henshaw)173,a,b,203    (Rebeckah Henshaw)75
Born Jul 5 1755, Middletown Township, Middlesex County, Connecticut.203,75,c,a,b
She married John Meigs, Jan 18 1781, Fair Haven Church, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.d,a,b,170,c,e    John, son of Jonathan Meigs & Grace Starr, was born in 1753, Middletown, Connecticut.b,c
John served as a lieutenant in Colonel Samuel B. Webb's regiment, Connecticut Line, during the Revolution.    He was a member of the original Society of the Cincinnati.    His brother, Return Jonathan Meigs, was a distinguished colonel.b
After John died, Elizabeth moved to Farmington, Connecticut, about the time her daughter Esther married Thomas Lee, Esq.c    Elizabeth drew a pension from government of $280.00 per annum.c
Elizabeth Henshaw died Mar 5 1847, age 95; buried on the bank of the Connecticut River, Middletown, Connecticut; marked by a large red stone monument.b,c
75. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Connecticut.
170. "Our Family: A Little Account of it for my Descendents", by Sarah Edwards Henshaw, Oakland, California, 1894, contributed by Donald Craig Henshaw. USIGS scan: http://www.usigs.org/library/books/families/Henshaw1894
173. Henshaw genealogical chart, author unknown; Contributed by Donald Craig Henshaw.
203. Extracts from the family bible of Daniel Henshaw, reprinted in "Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families", Vol. III; The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1982;
(a) GEDCOM archives at http://www.kindredkonnections.com.
(b) Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution (www.ancestry.com).
(c) Andrews, A.H., "Genealogy and Ecclesiastical History of Farmington, Connecticut", Chicago, Illinois, 1867.
(d) "Connecticut Marriages to 1800" (www.ancestry.com).
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