1. Ebenezer Henshaw (c1792-1873) +(unknown) - 2.. Martin Henshaw (1820-1901) 1,2 +Nancy - (c1795-<1870) 2.. Josephus Henshaw (c1836-?) 2,3
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Ebenezer Henshaw3,4,5,6 [Ebenezer Hanshaw7, Ebenezer Handshaw1, Ebenezur Handshaw8].
Born about 1792, Massachusetts.3 (c1790)1,4,6
He married (unknown) -. The name of Ebenezer's first wife is currently unknown.
Ebenezer Henshaw and family were shown in the 1820 census, West Stockbridge, Berkshire County, Massachusetts:9
Ebenezer Hanchett and family were shown in the 1830 census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts:10
He then married Nancy -.3 Nancy was born about 1795, New York.3 Nancy was Ebenezer's second wife.11
Ebenezur Handshaw was shown in the 1835 state census, Jerusalem, Yates County, New York.8
Ebenezer Henshaw and family were shown in the 1840 census, Jerusalem Township, Yates County, New York:5
Ebenezer and family were shown in the 1850 census (Sep 12 1850), Jerusalem Township, Yates County, New York.3
Nancy Hanshaw was shown in the 1855 state census, Milo, Yates County, New York14 (it is unclear why Nancy was shown but not Ebenezer, nor why she was listed with the Town of Milo instead of Jerusalem).
Ebenezer was shown in the 1860 census (Jul 2 1860), living in the household of son Martin in Jerusalem Township, Yates County, New York.1
Ebenezer and Nancy Hanshaw were shown in the 1865 state census, Jerusalem, Yates County, New York.7
Nancy died before 1870.6 Nancy was not shown in the 1870 census6 and had probably died by then.15
Ebenezer Henshaw was shown in the 1870 census (Jul 15 1870), living in the household of son Martin in Jerusalem, Yates County, New York:6
Ebenezer Henshaw died Oct 4 1873, buried Old Fort Cemetery, Jerusalem, Yates County, New York.4
See also: Ebenezer Henshaw #11141.
See also: Ebenezer Henshaw #15145.
See also: Ebenezer Henshaw #4556 who might be the same person, or Ebenezer Corey Henshaw who is another possibility.
See also: Seth Hancher who also lived in Jerusalem, Yates County, New York in the early 1800s. It is unknown how Seth might have been related to Ebenezer.
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