Charles May Henshaw

                                              ┌── Jacob Henshaw
                                              │    1780-1869 
                       ┌── Charles Henshaw ───┤
                       │    1817-1897         │
                       │                      └── Barbara Shelby
                       │                           1785-1858 
Charles May Henshaw ───┤
B: 1846                │                      ┌── Adam Albert
D: 1916                │                      │
                       └── Elizabeth Albert ──┤
                            1820-1855         │
                                              └── Margaret Rebecca Schreck
M: Martha F. Partner
   ├── Helen P. Henshaw (1889-?) 1
   ├── (infant) Henshaw (1897-) 2
   ├── Marion M. Henshaw (1898-1922) 1,3
   └── Rita P. Henshaw (1898-) 1

Charles May Henshaw     [ID 02838] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Charles May Henshaw4,5,6,7 [May Henshaw8].

Born Dec 9 1846, Butler County, Pennsylvania.4,5,6,7  

He married Martha F. Partner.7  Martha was born Sep 24 1856, Ohio.3,7  

News clipping, Mar 25 1892, Butler Eagle Newspaper, Prospect Weekly Column by G.P. Weigle:8

May Henshaw has returned from a two week visit in Pittsburgh...

News clipping, Apr 1 1892, Butler Eagle Newspaper, Prospect Weekly Column by G.P. Weigle:8

May Henshaw is a pronounced Cleveland man and Vic Riddle is for Hill, so they have big times showing up the good qualities of their favorites.

News clipping, Jul 1 1897, Butler Eagle Newspaper, Prospect Weekly Column by G.P. Weigle:8

While making hay last week, May Henshaw was overcome by the heat and was very sick and weak for several days.

Martha died May 8 1909, buried Emmanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery, Prospect, Butler County, Pennsylvania.7  

Widower Charles and son Marion were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 16-18 1910), Butler County, Pennsylvania:3

Henshaw, Charles M., head-of-household, age 62, born in Pennsylvania; parents born in Pennsylvania; widower; occupation: laborer, odd jobs; owned home.
Henshaw, Marian M., son, age 11, born in Pennsylvania; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Ohio; attended school.

Charles May Henshaw died Aug 23 1916, buried Emmanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery, Prospect, Butler County, Pennsylvania.7  


Sources

  1. Contribution from Kurt Albert () citing:
    1900 census, Franklin Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
  2. Contribution from Kurt Albert () citing:
    Emmanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery, Prospect, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
  3. 1910 census, Prospect, Franklin Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania; ED 89, page 246B, line #79, dwelling #54, family #56.
  4. Contribution from Ed Albert ().
  5. Ed Albert database: http://AlbertTree.genealogy.org.
  6. 1850 census, Franklin Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania; roll 760, page 239, dwelling #29.
  7. Contribution from Kurt Albert ().
  8. Contribution from Kurt Albert () citing:
    A compilation of weekly Butler Eagle Newspaper clippings, written by G.P. Weigle from 1886-1900.


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