┌── James D. Henshaw
┌── George S. Henshaw ──┤
│ c1847-? │
│ └── Martha Delaney
Minnie E. Henshaw ───────┤
B: 1884 │ ┌── Edward Wheeler
D: 1953 │ │
└── Anna Wheeler ───────┤
└── Nancy Vaughn
M: Joseph William Varden
M: Harry S. Schiber
Minnie E. Henshaw [ID 08469]
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Born Mar 4 1884, Kentucky.1,2,3,4
Before her marriage Minnie had been a court reporter for the law firm Yeaman & Yeaman in Evansville, Indiana.1
She married Joseph William Varden, Oct 4 1904, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana.1,5 Joseph was born about 1875, Tennessee.3,4
Joseph was the superintendent of the Evansville Veneer Company.1
Annamae Varden, born Jul 26 1904; died Oct 11 1991, Richmond Indiana.
William Yeaman Varden, born Aug 12 1909; died Mar 10 1971.
Lloyd E. Varden, born Nov 6 1911; died Jan 15 1970, New York City.
Bettysue Varden, born 1918; currently (2000) residing in North Carolina.
Minnie and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 28 1910), 1011 East Oregon, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana:3
Varden, Joseph W., head-of-household, age 3? [unclear], born in Tennessee; parents born in Tennessee; married 6 years; occupation: engineer, veneer factory; rented home.
Varden, Minnie, wife, age 26, born in Kentucky; father born in Virginia; mother born in Kentucky; married 6 years; 2 children, 2 living.
Varden, Annamae, daughter, age 4, born in Kentucky; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky.
Varden, William Y., son, age 8 months, born in Indiana; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky.
Minnie and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 5 1920), 2312 Walnut St., Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana:4
Varden, Joseph, head-of-household, age 45, born in Tennessee; parents born in Kentucky; owned home; occupation: mechanic, [..unclear..] co.
Varden, Minnie, wife, age 36, born in Kentucky; parents born in Kentucky.
Varden, Annamae, daughter, age 14, born in Kentucky; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky; attended school.
Varden, William, son, age 10, born in Indiana; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky; attended school.
Varden, Loyd, son, age 8, born in Indiana; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky; attended school.
Varden, Elizabeth, daughter, age 2 years ? months, born in Indiana; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Kentucky.
Derkewith [unclear], Julian, lodger, age 28, born in South Carolina; parents born in France; single; occupation: bookeeper.
She then married Harry S. Schiber.1
Minnie was active in Olivet Presbyterian Church.1
Minnie E. Henshaw died Jul 25 1953, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana; buried Park Lawn Cemetery.1 Medical: Minnie died from colon cancer.1
- Contribution from Bill Varden ().
- 1900 census, Evansville, Perry Township, Vanderburgh County, Kentucky; roll T623-407, ED 103, page 3A, line #36, dwelling #48, family #49.
- 1910 census, 6th Ward, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana; roll T624-383, ED 133, page 72A, line #32, dwelling #283, family #284.
- 1920 census, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana; roll T625-471, ED 156, page 3B, line #54, dwelling #62, family #68.
- Index to Marriage Records Vanderburgh County, Indiana 1846-1920, Vol III
Indiana Works Progress Administration, 1939; book 24, page 97.
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