┌── Joshua Henshaw │ 1672-1747 ┌── Daniel Henshaw ────────┤ │ 1701-1781 │ │ └── Mary Hay Webster │ 1672-1747 Elizabeth Bass Henshaw ───┤ B: 1737 │ ┌── Joseph Bass D: 1787 │ │ └── Elizabeth Allen Bass ──┤ 1703-1774 │ └── Mary Belcher M: Samuel Denny ├── Elizabeth Denny (1760-1846) 1,2,3 └── Joseph Addison Denny (1777-1822) 1,2,3
|Elizabeth Bass Henshaw [ID 04565]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Sep 27 1737, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.4,5,6,7
She married Samuel Denny, Sep 29 1757, Massachusetts.1,5,6,7,8,9 Samuel Denny, son of Daniel Denny & Rebecca Jones, was born May 20 1731.1,7
Samuel Denny was a lieutenant colonel under Elizabeth's brother Colonel William Henshaw at the Lexington Alarm. In 1766 he served as colonel. He gave valuable service in the General Court and as chairman of the Committee of Safety of Leicester.1
From Washburn's History of Leicester:7
"Samuel Denny held a prominent and leading place among the men of his day. He was lieutenant-colonel of the regiment of minute-men which marched upon the Lexington alarm. In Feb., 1776, he was elected colonel of the first regiment in the county of Worcester, and in Nov. was stationed with the army at Tarrytown. He represented the town in the General Court in 1778, and was a member of the Convention which was called to act upon the ratification of the Constitution of the U. S. in Jan., 1788. He lived upon Moose Hill in the north-west part of the town."
Elizabeth Bass Henshaw died Dec 27 1787, Leicester, Massachusetts.6
Samuel Denny died Sep 20 1817.7
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