Dorothy Henshaw

 1. Dorothy Henshaw 
    +Ed Canaday 
Dorothy Henshaw     [ID 12074] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

She married Ed Canaday, Jun 18 1941, Holy Family Church, Conception Junction, Nodaway County, Missouri.1  

Dorothy's marriage was announced in "The Maryville Daily Forum" (Maryville, Missouri) on Thursday evening, June 19, 1941:1

Henshaw-Canaday

Miss Dorothy Henshaw and Ed Canaday, both of Sioux City, Ia., were married at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at the Holy Family church in Conception Junction by Rev. Louis Meyer, O.S.B.  They were accompanied by Miss Delores Lynch and Richard Klaas both of Conception Junction.  

Mr. and Mrs. Canaday left immediately following the ceremony for Sioux City.

Dorothy was likely descended from Ira Henshaw #14865, who settled in Sioux City, Iowa.  

See also: Dorothy Henshaw #10135.  

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  1. "The Maryville Daily Forum", Jun 19 1941; http://www.ancestry.com.


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