Julia A. Henshaw

                                                   ┌── Benjamin Henshaw
                                                   │    1754-1828 
                     ┌── William Freeman Henshaw ──┤
                     │    1797-1853                │
                     │                             └── Elsa Wheeler
Julia A. Henshaw ────┤
B: 1832              │
D: ?                 │
                     └── Nancy Lane
M: Joseph N. Bimpson

Julia A. Henshaw     [ID 06433] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Born Jan 26 1832, Cattaraugus County, New York.1,2  

She married Joseph N. Bimpson1,3 [Joe N. Bunison4], Dec 18 18621,3, Ironton, Lawrence County, Ohio1,3.  Joseph, son of John Bimpson & Sarah N. Campbell, was born Aug 22 1825, Brown County, Ohio.1,3  


Margaret Bimpson, born Sep 29 1863; married William Wyser, Jun 17 1891.
Henry Henshaw Bimpson, born Nov 5 1865.
Elizabeth H. "Bessie" Bimpson, born Feb 16 1867; married Dr. Wayne McCoy. 5
Adaline W. Bimpson, born Aug 4 1874.

Hardesty Atlas, Lawrence Co., OH, 1882:1,2

JOSEPH N. BIMPSON was born in Brown County, Ohio, August 22, 1825, and came to this county in February, 1852.  His parents are John and Sarah N. (Campbell) Bimpson.  Mr. Bimpson was married in Ironton, this county, December 18, 1862, to Julia A. Henshaw, who is a native of Cattaraugus County, New York, born January 26, 1832.  Her parents are William Freeman and Nancy (Lane) Henshaw.  Mr. Bimpson's children are: Margaret, born September 29, 1863; Henry H., November 5, 1865; Elizabeth H., February 16, 1867; Adaline W. August 4, 1874.  They all reside at home.  Mr. Bimpson was first lieutenant in Captain J. S. George's calvary company in the three month's service.  He was wounded in a skirmish with Floyd's pickets on Little Sewel Mountain, West Virginia.  He was the first soldier wounded from this county.  Richard Lambert, of the same company was the first soldier killed from this county.  Henry Henshaw, a brother of Mrs. Bimpson, was killed in the war in the State of Virginia.  The only particulars that could be learned of his death was that in destroying some captured arms one of the muskets exploded, severing an artery, from which he bled to death.  Mr. Bimpson is a coal operator, residing at Sheridan Coal Works, where he should be addressed.


  1. USGenWeb archives (http://www.usgenweb.org), Ohio, file bimpson.txt.
  2. http://lawrencecountyohio.com/families/a_e/bimpson.htm.
  3. Pilcher, Margaret C., "Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher and
    Kindred Families". Marshall & Bruce Co., Nashville 1911.
  4. "Lawrence County Marriage Records", Volume 7 (http://www.usgenweb.org).
  5. http://lawrencecountyohio.com/murders/oldmurders/murder_mccoy.html.

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