┌── John Henshaw │ 1798-1834 ┌── Francis Henshaw ──┤ │ 1820-1905 │ │ └── Sarah Cowherd │ 1793-1838 Sarah Ann Frances Henshaw ───┤ B: 1847 │ ┌── Thomas Harris Estes D: 1932 │ │ └── Lucy Ann Estes ───┤ 1828-1880 │ └── Anna Nowlin M: Benjamin F. Trimble M: William Z. Darr
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Sarah Ann Frances Henshaw1 [Fannie Henshaw2,3,4,5,6].
Born Sep 8 1847, at the home of her maternal grandfather, near Liberty, Clay County, Missouri.1,4,5,6,7,8
She married Benjamin F. Trimble, Mar 14 1867, Clay County, Missouri.1,2,3,9,10,11 (Mar 28 1867).9 Officiated by Asa N. Bird, M.G.9,11 Benjamin was born Jan 20 1845, Kentucky.4,6
Fannie's marriage was announced in "The Liberty Tribune" on March 22, 1867:11
On Thursday evening 14th instant, by Elder Asa N. Bird, Mr. B.F. Trimble to Miss Fannie Henshaw.
"Thou hast been to me all tenderness,
And friend to more than human friendship just;
O! by that restrospect of happiness,
And by the hope of immortal trust,
God shall assuage thy pangs when I am laid in dust."
Fannie and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 4 1880), Kearney Township, Clay County, Missouri:4
Benjamin died Nov 27 1881, buried Block 145 Lot 10 Space 3, Fairview Cemetery, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri.6
Benjamin Trimble had always had lung disease that everyone thought would take him young, but he ultimately died from contracting measles from his children.1 His remains were taken to Mt. Zion Church, but it appears that his remains were later moved to Fairview Cemetery in Liberty, Missouri by his wife, Sarah.1
She then married William Z. Darr, about 1887.1,8 William was born Jun - 1828, Kentucky.8
Fannie and William were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 7 1900), Maple Street, Plattsburg, Clinton County, Missouri:8
Widow Fannie was shown in the 1910 census (Apr 25 1910), living alone on Broadway [street], Plattsburg, Clinton County, Missouri:5
Fannie was shown in the 1930 census (Apr 23 1930), living in a boarding house at 411 Miller, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri:14
Fannie was a strong Baptist.1
Sarah Ann Frances Henshaw died Apr 23 1932, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri; buried Block 145 Lot 11 Space 2, Fairview Cemetery, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri.1,6 Sarah Ann Frances Henshaw is buried along with her husbands Benjamin F. Trimble and William Z. Darr.1
In Sarah's obituary it states:1
"She was born at the home of Thomas Estes, a mile or so north of Liberty, he being her maternal grandfather. Most of her life was spent in Clay county with the exception of a few years that she lived in Plattsburg, Carrollton and Carthege. Her parent were Francis and Lucy Ann Estes Henshaw, pioneers of an early day, who helped rescue this country from the wilderness".
See also: Eliza Henshaw, who was also married in Clay County, Missouri at about this same time.
See also: Catherine Henshaw, who was also married in Clay County, Missouri at about this same time.
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