+-- John Edward Henshaw | 1796-1891 +-- John Edward Henshaw --+ | 1839-1929 | | +-- Abigail Sophia Beals | c1796-1884 Lorenzo Fred Henshaw ---+ B: 1880 | +-- Joseph Chute D: 1961 | | +-- Jemima Chute ---------+ 1843-1924 | +-- Mary Ann Sanford M: Mabel Lacrosse +-- Dorothy L. Henshaw, 1903-1999 +-- Thelma Mae Henshaw, 1905-1997 +-- Nathalie B. Henshaw, 1907-1993 +-- SirVantis Earl Henshaw, 1909-2000 +-- Robert F. Henshaw, c1911- +-- Garnet C. Henshaw, 1913-1998
|Lorenzo Fred Henshaw     [ID 09191]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
(Lorenzo Fred Henshaw)a,b    (Fred L. Henshaw)c,d,e,f,g,h
Born Mar 4 1880, Nova Scotia.d,e,f,g,h,i
In 1902 Fred moved to Windsor, Vermont.f
He married Mabel Lacrosse, 1902, Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont.j,b,f,h    Mabel was born about 1880, Vermont.f,h    (c1883).g
Fred and family were shown in the 1910 census (May 2 1910), Buena Vista Street, Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont:f
Lorenzo Fred Henshaw, age 38, registered for the World War I draft in White River Junction, Windsor County, Vermont.    He declared he was born March 4 1880 outside of the U.S., then a naturalized citizen.    He resided in Windsor, Vermont where he was a self-employed carpenter.    He declared his nearest relative was his wife, Mabel Henshaw, of Windsor.i
Fred and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 27-28 1920), Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont:g
Fred and family were shown in the 1930 census (May 2 1930), 175 So. Main St., Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont:h
Mabel died Sep - 1954, buried St. Francis Cemetery.b
Lorenzo Fred Henshaw died Jun 13 1961.b
Photo: Lorenzo Fred Henshaw World War I draft registration i
Photo: Children SirVantis, Thelma and Nathalie school photo, probably about c1915 m
(a) Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
(b) Contribution from Tim Sanford () citing:
The Digby Courier, Thursday, June 15, 1961.
(c) Obituary of John Edward Henshaw.
(d) LDS 1881 census index, Clementsport, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; NA film C-13172, district 16, sub-district H, page 30, household #161.
(e) 1901 census, Clements West, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; film T-6446, Division 1, page 7, entry #42, family #84; http://www.ancestry.com.
(f) 1910 census, Windsor village, Windsor County, Vermont; roll T624-1618, ED 290, page 290B, line #88, dwelling #212, family #262.
(g) 1920 census, Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont; roll T625-1873, ED 158, page 33B, line #62, dwelling #55, family #57.
(h) 1930 census, Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont; roll T626-2432, ED 40, page 9B, line #64, dwelling #146, family #181.
(i) World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; http://www.ancestry.com.
(j) Contribution from Tim Sanford ().
(k) 1910 census, Windsor village, Windsor County, Vermont; roll T624-1618, ED 290, page 290B, line #94, dwelling #212, family #263.
(l) Obituary of Jennet Henshaw.
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