Thomas Henshaw of Basset's Fee

                                  ┌── William Henshaw, of Sussex
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Thomas Henshaw of Basset's Fee ───┤
B: <1600                          │
D: ?                              │
                                  └── - Mitcher
                                                 
M: Jane Wistow
   ├── Thomas Henshaw (?-1676) 1,2
   ├── Joseph Henshaw (c1603-1679) 1,2,3
   ├── Benjamin Henshaw (c1609-1689) 1,2

M: Katharin Gowre
   └── Margaret Henshaw (1614-c1688) 4,5

Thomas Henshaw of Basset's Fee     [ID 00897] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

"Thomas Henshaw of Basset's Fee and Benton-place, in Shipley"1

Born before 1600, England.4  

Admitted of the Inner Temple, London, 24 Elizabeth (Nov 23 1581).2  

He married Jane Wistow.1  "Jane, only daughter and heir of Richard Wistow, of London, chief chirurgeon to Q. Elizabeth".1,2  [Webster: chirurgeon, n., archaic, surgeon]

He then married Katharin Gowre6 [Katherine Gower1,7, Catherine Gower5], Jul 2 16186, St. Lawrence Pountney Church, London, England6.  "Katherine, daughter of Walter Gower, of Worcester".1  Katherine was daughter of Walter Gower of Waldershare, and sister of Peter Gower.2  

Thomas Henshaw was living on Otterdam in Surry County, Virginia, by 1638 when his already well-established property was mentioned as adjoining that of a new patent of land to Captain William Brocas.  He is presumably the same Thomas Henshaw who was granted land in this part of Virginia under the second charter of King James I on 23 May 1609.5  


Sources

  1. "Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Sussex", London 1830, by William Berry, in the LDS Family History Library, microfilm #0924227.
  2. "The Hinshaw Family", an extensive family history manuscript by Heather Hinshaw-Tomas
  3. "Alumni Cantabrigieness" (Cambridge University alumni, 1261-1900)
    by J.A. Venn; London: Cambridge University Press, 1921.
  4. Henry Poole database: http://www.hom.net/~htpiii/poole/d0004/g0000073.html.
  5. Contribution from Jim Young ().
  6. LDS IGI, citing: records of St. Lawrence Pountney Church, London, England.
  7. LDS IGI, citing: "Sealings for the dead" (member submission).


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