┌── Charles LeRoy Henshaw │ 1884-1956 ┌── Theodore Edward "Buck" Henshaw ──┤ │ 1909-1981 │ │ └── Pearl E. Shouse │ 1889-1963 Norma Mae Henshaw ───┤ B: 1935 │ D: 2010 │ └── Nova Bell Werther 1913-2007 M: Ross England
|Norma Mae Henshaw [ID 22266]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born May 7 1935, Oilton, Creek County, Oklahoma.1,2,3
She married Ross England, Sep 22 1950, Yale, Payne County, Oklahoma.1,2 Ross was born Feb 21 1921.1,3
Ross died Jan 23 2003, buried Butler Cemetery, Delaware County, Oklahoma.1,3
Norma Mae Henshaw died Aug 22 2010, at her home, Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma; age 75.1,3
Norma's obituary was published in the "Grove Daily Sun" (Grove, Oklahoma) on August 28, 2010:1,2
Norma Mae (Granny/Ma) England, 75, of Jay, OK, passed away Sunday, August 22, peacefully at her home in Jay. Norma was born in Oilton, OK on May 7, 1935, to Theodore Edward Henshaw and Nova Bell (Werther) Shelton. Norma married Ross England Sept. 22, 1950, at Yale, OK. Norma worked as a cook at Tulsa Public Schools for over 10 years before moving to Jay in the 1980s.
Norma is survived by two daughters, Betty Leland, of Jay, OK and Barbara Barrett and husband Ron of Coffeyville, KS; two sons, Fred Ross England, of Jay, OK and James England and wife Amanda of Jay, OK; four sisters, Margie Beck, of Colcord, OK, Helen Shaw of Drumright, OK, Virgina Schiller of Milfay, OK, and Brenda Crane of Cushing, OK; one brother, Teddy Henshaw of Tulsa, OK. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Family received friends from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at the Jay Chapel. Chapel Services were at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at the Grand Lake Funeral Home Chapel in Jay with Rev. Tim Lunsford officiating. Interment was at the Butler Cemetery in Jay.
Social Security information for Ross England: 443-14-4694
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