+-- John Henshaw | 1762-1804 +-- Samuel Henshaw ----------+ | 1782-1848 | | +-- Patty Newman | 1757-1805 Patsey N. Henshaw ---+ B: c1813 | +-- Joseph Terrell D: 1875 | | +-- Frances Morton Terrill --+ c1793-? | +-- Ann Morton M: Richard T. Early
|Patsey N. Henshaw     [ID 08618]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
(Patsey N. Henshaw)a,b    (Patsy N. Henshaw)c
Born about 1813, Virginia.b,d
She married Richard T. Early, Dec 25 1832.a,c    Richard T. Early, son of Paschal Early & Mary Ann Newman Henshaw, was born Jun 16 1812, Virginia.a,b    Patsey and Richard were first cousins.
Patsey and family were shown in the 1860 census (Oct 10 1860), Madison County, Virginia:d
Patsey N. Henshaw died Nov 23 1875, Madison County, Virginia.a
(a) The family bible of Paschal Early of Madison County, Virginia;
USGenWeb Archives: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/madison/bibles/earlybib.txt.
(b) 1850 census, Madison County, Virginia; roll M432-958, page 58-59, line #41, dwelling #44, family #44.
(c) "The family of Early, which settled upon the eastern shore of Virginia, and its connection with other families";
Brigham Young University: http://www.lib.byu.edu/fhc.
(d) 1860 census, Madison County, Virginia; roll M653-1360, page 111, line #12, dwelling #948, family #948.
(e) 1850 census, Madison County, Virginia; roll M432-958, page 58, line #40, dwelling #43, family #43.
(f) 1850 census, Madison County, Virginia; roll M432-958, page 58, line #39, dwelling #42, family #42.
(g) 1860 census, Madison County, Virginia; roll M653-1360, page 111, line #18, dwelling #949, family #949.
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