1. James F. Henshaw (c1858-?)
+Jane Hubbard (c1853-?)
2.. William Henshaw (c1895-) 1
James F. Henshaw [ID 11944]
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Born about 1858, Arkansas.1
He married Jane Hubbard2,3,4 [Jennie Hubbard1], Nov 5 18802,3,4, Red River County, Texas2,3,4. Jane was born about 1853, Pennsylvania.1
James and family were shown in the 1910 census (May 9 1910), Henderson County, Texas:1
Henshaw, James F, head-of-household, age 52, born in Arkansas; parents born in Arkansas; first marriage, married 30 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; rented farm.
Henshaw, Jennie, wife, age 57, born in Pennsylvania; parents born in Pennsylvania; first marriage, married 30 years.
, son, age 15, born in Texas; father born in Arkansas; mother born in Pennsylvania; occupation: [..unclear..], home farm; attended school.
This might be the same as James Henshaw #12249.5
This person's ancestry is unknown!
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- 1910 census, Justice Precinct 1, Henderson County, Texas; roll T624-1563, ED 11, page 14B, line #71, dwelling #5, family #5.
- Marriage Index: Texas, 1850-1900.
- "Marriage Index: AR, MO, MS, TX"; http://www.genealogy.com.
- Texas, Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2011; http://www.ancestry.com.
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