Jane C. Henshaw

                   ┌── Meridith Henshawc1806-1883 
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Jane C. Henshaw ───┤
B: 1828            │
D: 1912            │
                   └── Margaret Etheridge
                       c1802-?    
M: Banister Perrin

Jane C. Henshaw     [ID 02399] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Jane C. Henshaw1,2,3 [Jane C. Hinshaw3].

Born Oct 23 18281,3,4,5,6,7 [about 18308, Oct 23 18329], Tennessee (probably Lincoln County)1,3,4,5,6,7.  

She married Banister Perrin, 1857, Mississippi.3,10  Banister was born 17993,11 [about 18015], Halifax County, Virginia3,11.  

Bannister was a widower,10 having previously been married to Nancy Carter, Dec 2 1824.3,12  Bannister Perrin was the uncle of John M. Barr who married Jane's sister, Sarah Jane Henshaw.10  The 1850 census shows that Bannister Perrin was living next door to Sarah Jane Henshaw Barr10 and probably came to know Jane through her visits with Sarah Jane.13  

Only child:3,10

Sarah Katherine "Sallie" Perrin, born Sep 2 1858, Mississippi; died Apr 26 1931, Lamar County, Texas; married 1) James N. Billingsley (children: Nancy J., Susan A., Carrie L.); 2) William Columbus Harris. 14,15

Jane and family were shown in the 1860 census, Senatobia, DeSoto (now Tate) County, Mississippi:5

B. Perrin, age 59, born in Virginia; farmer; $3200 real estate; $6060 personal property.
Jane Perrin, age 31, born in Tennessee.
Sallie Perrin, age 2, born in Mississippi.
Living next door in 1860 was the family of sister Lucinda;16 one more house away was was the family of brother William;17 living next door on the other side was the family of sister Seany Elizabeth;18 one more house away were Janes's parents and family,19

Banister died Nov 18 1866, DeSoto County, Mississippi.3,10  One of the witnesses to Bannister's will was his father-in-law, Meredith Henshaw.10  

Widow Jane and daughter were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 27 1870), DeSoto (now Tate) County, Mississippi:8

Perrin, J.C., age 40, born in Tennessee.
Perrin, Sarah, age 11, born in Mississippi; attended school.
Living nearyby in 1870 was the family of brother William.20  

Widow Jane was shown in the 1880 census (Jun 21 1880), living alone in Senatobia Precinct, Tate County, Mississippi:6

Perrin, Jane C., age 52, born in Tennessee; parents born in North Carolina; widow; house keeper.
Living next door in 1880 was the family of daughter Sarah.14  Also living nearyby was the family of sister Malinda with their widowed father.21  

Jane was shown in the 1900 census (Jun 12 1900), living in the household of granddaughter Nancy J. "Jennie" (Billingsly) Bridges in Lamar County, Texas:7

Perrin, Jane, grandmother, age 72, born Oct 1828 in Tennessee; parents born in North Carolina; widow; 1 child, 1 living.

Jane was shown in the 1910 census (Apr 29 1910), living in the household of daughter Sarah (Perrin) Harris on Pine Bluff Road, Lamar County, Texas:22

Harris, William C., head-of-household, age 50, born in Mississippi; parents born in North Carolina; first marriage, married 20 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; owned farm (free).
Harris, Sallie C., wife, age 51, born in Mississippi; father born in Georgia; mother born in Alabama; second marriage, married 20 years; 11 children, 9 living.
Harris, Gerket [unclear], daughter, age 16, born in Texas; parents born in Mississippi.
Harris, Homer, son, age 14, born in Texas; parents born in Mississippi.
Harris, Albert, son, age 11, born in Texas; parents born in Mississippi.
Perring, Jane C., mother-in-law, age 83, born in Texas [sic]; parents born in Mississippi [sic]; widow.

Jane C. Henshaw died Dec 3 1912, Lamar County, Texas; buried Dec 4 1912, Providence Cemetery, Lamar County, Texas.3,9  A grandson, Hubert Leeroy Bridges is buried along side Jane.3  

From Rodgers and Wade Furniture Co. Funeral Records, in possession of Fry and Gibbs Funeral Home: Book #8; p.235; Service #359; Mrs. Perrin; paid cash; interment date 4 Dec 1912; casket #9, size 5/9 & box $40.00.3  


Sources

  1. Contribution from Steve Morgan () citing:
    Letter from the Tate County, Mississippi genealogical society.
  2. Contribution from Barbara Peddicord () citing:
    1850 census, DeSoto County, Mississippi; page 331B.
  3. Ron Brothers, "The Death and Cemetery Records of Lamar County, Texas", online edition (Paris, TX: ReBroMa Press, 1999); USGenWeb Archives:
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~txlamar/cemetery/1cemmain.htm.
  4. 1850 census, Southern Division, DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll 371, page 331, dwelling #252.
  5. 1860 census, Senatobia P.O., DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M653-581, page 55, line #37, dwelling #420, family #420.
  6. 1880 census, Senatobia Precinct, Tate County, Mississippi; roll T9-665, ED 185, page 290D, line #1, dwelling #308, family #312.
  7. 1900 census, Precinct 1, Lamar County, Texas; roll T623-1652, ED 61, page 13B, line #73, dwelling #255, family #260.
  8. 1870 census, Arkabutla P.O., Township 5 Range 7, DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M593-728, page 330, line #2, dwelling #150, family #150.
  9. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14134421.
  10. Contribution from Andy Barr ().
  11. 1850 census, Southern Division, DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll 371, page 315, dwelling #31.
  12. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Mississippi.
  13. Speculation.
  14. 1880 census, Senatobia Precinct, Tate County, Mississippi; roll T9-665, ED 185, page 290D, line #2, dwelling #309, family #313.
  15. Texas Death Index, 1903-2000; http://www.ancestry.com.
  16. 1860 census, Senatobia P.O., DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M653-581, page 55-56, line #40, dwelling #421, family #421.
  17. 1860 census, Senatobia P.O., DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M653-581, page 56, line #9, dwelling #422, family #422.
  18. 1860 census, Senatobia P.O., DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M653-581, page 55, line #33, dwelling #419, family #419.
  19. 1860 census, Senatobia P.O., DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M653-581, page 55, line #30, dwelling #418, family #418.
  20. 1870 census, Arkabutla P.O., Township 5 Range 7, DeSoto County, Mississippi; roll M593-728, page 330, line #19, dwelling #153, family #153.
  21. 1880 census, Senatobia, Tate County, Mississippi; roll T9-0665, ED 185, page 290C, line #6, family #305.
  22. 1910 census, Justice Precinct 1, Lamar County, Texas; roll T624-1571, ED 71, page 13A, line #23, dwelling #236, family #240.


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