Thomas Henshaw

Thomas Henshaw
B: c1865
D: ?    
M: Mayme Randt

Thomas Henshaw     [ID 20099] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Born about 1865, New York.1  

He married Mayme Randt, about 1907.1  Mayme was born about 1872, Kansas.1  

Thomas and Mayme were shown in the 1910 census (May 4 1910), McCamish Township, Johnson County, Kansas:1

Randt [unclear], Tucker D., head-of-household, age 34, born in Kansas; father born in Germany; mother born in Scotland; single; occupation: farmer, general farm; rented farm.
Henshaw, Thomas, brother-in-law, age 45, born in New York; parents born in United States; second marriage, married 3 years; occupation: farm laborer, working out.
Henshaw, Mayme, sister [wife], age 38, born in Kansas; father born in Germany; mother born in Scotland; first marriage, married 3 years.

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  1. 1910 census, McCamish Township, Johnson County, Kansas; roll T624-443, ED 105, page 10A, line #8, dwelling #216.

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