Nettie S. Henshaw

                                                   ┌── Jesse Warren Henshawc1831-1908 
                     ┌── William Maurice Henshaw ──┤
                     │    1855-1923                │
                     │                             └── Asenath Adeline Berry
                     │                                  1834-1873 
Nettie S. Henshaw ───┤
B: 1881              │                             ┌── Edward Beals
D: 1946              │                             │
                     └── Nancy L. Beals ───────────┤
                          1858-1886                │
                                                   └── Sarah Lovenia Chute
M: Burton L. Morine

Nettie S. Henshaw     [ID 09152] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

Born Aug 9 1881, Nova Scotia.1,2,3,4  

She married Burton L. Morine, Jul 6 1904, Digby County, Nova Scotia.4,5,6  Burton, son of Stephen + Annie Morine, was born Apr 12 1879.4,7  

Nettie's wedding was noted in the "Digby Courier" (Digby, Nova Scotia) on July 8, 1904:6


At 11:30 Wednesday morning, July 6th. at the Baptist Parsonage the marriage of Burton L. Morine and Nettie L. Henshaw took place, a few of their friends being present.  The bride wore a travelling suit of blue with white hat and veil.  She looked very pretty and carried a bouquet of white roses.  After the ceremony the bridal party were driven to Digby by Mrs. York.  They enjoyed a pleasant drive.  At 2 o'clock the bride and groom left on the Prince Rupert for St. John where they will remain for two weeks after which they will visit some of the principal cities enroute to California.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Morine wish them a long and happy life.


Clifford Jamison Morine, born c1911, Bear River; died Jan 3 1981, aged 69 yrs, Newcastle, New Brunswick; married Leitha -- (daughters: Nettie [Mrs. John Cameron] and Judith [Mrs. Camp]). 8

Nettie S. Henshaw died Jun 9 1946, buried Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.3,4  

Nettie's obituary mentions a sister, Mary, Mrs. George Curtis of Annapolis Royal, brother Roy, a druggest in Liverpool [Queens County], and one brother dead.  

Burton died 1954, buried Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.4,7  


  1. Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
    T-6446. 1901 census, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; pg 5.
  2. 1901 census, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; film T-6446, Division 1, page 10, entry #25, family #115;
  3. Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
    Charles Ramsay Funeral Records, vol. 3, p. 54.
  4. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Sharon Molesworth().
  5. Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
    Digby County Marriages, 1904.
  6. Contribution from Luella Marshall () citing:
    the "Digby Courier" (Digby, Nova Scotia), Jul 8 1904
  7. Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
    cemetery inscription, Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River, Annapolis County.
  8. Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
    The Chronicle Herald, January 5, 1981.

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