1. (unknown) Henshaw
+Mary - (c1886-?)
2.. David S. Henshaw (c1911-) 1
2.. Margaret Henshaw (c1914-) 1
2.. Mary Henshaw (c1916-) 1
(unknown) Henshaw [ID 12693]
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He married Mary -.1 Mary was born about 1886, Ohio.1
This family was shown in the 1920 census (Jan 14 1920), 3178 73rd St., Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio:1
Henshaw, Mary, head-of-household, age 34, born in Ohio; father born in Ireland; mother born in Ohio; occupation: proprietor, grocery.
Henshaw, David S.
, son, age 9, born in Ohio; father born in Ireland; mother born in Ohio; attended school.
, daughter, age 6, born in Ohio; father born in Ireland; mother born in Ohio; attended school.
, daughter, age 3 years 3 months, born in Ohio; father born in Ireland; mother born in Ohio.
Burno, Mary, servant, age 69, born in Canada; immigrated 1897; widow.
Note that the Henshaw father of this family was not shown with his family in the 1920 census, which might indicate that he had died before 1920; however Mary was shown as married, not widowed (although this could have been a census error).
- 1920 census, Cleveland, Cleveland Twp., Cuyahoga County, Ohio; roll T625-1360, ED 19, page #16B, line #65, dwelling #293, family #357.
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