Amos Hanshaw

Amos Hanshaw
B: c1770
D: ?    
Amos Hanshaw     [ID 05664] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Amos Hanshaw1,2 [Amos Henshaw3].

Born about 1770.3  

Amos was a stone mason3

Amos was living in Cecil County, Maryland in 1833.  He was living very close to the Nottingham Lots which are in Rising Sun, Maryland.3  

Amos is again shown in the 1840 census living in the 4th District, Cecil County, Maryland (page 286).1  

Amos is again shown in the 1850 census living in the 7th E District, Cecil County, Maryland (page 210).2  

See also: Nicholas Henshaw
See also: Eliza Henshaw who was married in Maryland in 1805.  
See also: Maurice Hinchee who also lived in Cecil County, Maryland.  
See also: Eliza Henshaw who was married in 1805 in Maryland.  

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  1. 1840 census index, Cecil County, Maryland.
  2. 1850 census index, Cecil County, Maryland.
  3. Hinshaw/Henshaw GenForum posting Apr 19 1999 by Christing McCormick ():

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