John Henshall B: c1805 D: 1880 M: Fanny Percival ├── Nancy Henshall (1828-1890) 1,2 ├── James Henchell (1830-?) 2 ├── John Henchell (1832-?) 2 ├── Fanny Henshall (1834-?) 2,3,4 ├── William Henry Henshall (1837-?) 2,4 ├── Samuel Henshall (1840-1895) 2,3,4 ├── Harriet Henshall (c1844-1914) 2,3,5 ├── George Henshall (1848-1918) 2,3 └── Milton Charles Henshall (1850-1851) 4
|John Henshall [ID 09815]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born about 1805, England.1,2 (c1808).3
He married Fanny Percival, Apr 28 1828, St. Mary's, Stockport, near Manchester, England.1 Fanny, daughter of John + Mary Percival, was born Apr 6 1810, Stockport, England.1,2,3
John and Fanny/Fannie lived in Stockport, Cheshire County, England.6
John and Fanny and family appear to have emmigrated about 1833-1834, first to New York (where daughter Fanny was born), then to Pennsylvania (where the youngest children were born).1,2
John and Fanny and family are shown in the 1850 census, Manayunk Borough, Lower Ward, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:2
John and Fanny and family are shown in the 1860 census (Jul 28 1860), Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania:3
Fanny was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.4
Fanny died Oct 1 1868, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; age 59.1,4 (buried Oct 12 1868).4
In 1880 John was living at 432 Abigail St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was a member of Zion Protestant Episcopal Church.4
John Henshall died May 21 1880, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; age 73.4,5 Medical: John died from "Inflamation of Kidneys".4
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