Norval P. Henshaw

 1. Joseph M. Henshaw (c1866-?) m Lizzie - (c1869-?)
 2.. Norval P. Henshaw (1903-)
     +Carol C. Mork (1904-1994)
 3...  Norval Paul Henshaw (1928-2002) 1
 3...  Gerald Neil Henshaw (1930-2001) 2
 3...  Joseph M. Henshaw (1930-2007) 3
Norval P. Henshaw     [ID 12747] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Norval P. Henshaw1,4 [Norval P. Hansen2,5, Paul Henshaw6].

Born Jul 17 1903, Michigan.1,4,7,8  

Norval was born Norval Hansen, son of Martin Hansen.  Martin Hansen's first wife, Jennie Luella Powell, died Aug 1 1903, sixteen days after Norval was born.  Martin Hansen was left widowed with young Norval, who he could not care for, so Martin had his good friend and neighbor, Joseph Henshaw, adopt and raise Norval.2,5,8  

He married Carol C. Mork, Dec 4 1926, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.1,2,9,10  Carol, daughter of Paul C. Mork & Emma P. Christiansen, was born Sep 17 1904, Michigan.1,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16  

Norval's marriage was announced in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on December 10, 1926, as reprinted in the same newspaper on December 10, 1951:10

25 YEARS AGO TODAY

...  

Norval Henshaw of Flint and Miss Carol Mork, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mork of Suttons Bay were united in marriage at Toledo, O., December 4th.  Mr. Henshaw was formerly of this city.

Norval and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 2 1930), 414 Sheridan, Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan:1

Henshaw, Norval P., head-of-household, age 26, born in Michigan; father born in Norway; mother born in Michigan; first married at age 23.
Henshaw, Carol, wife, age 25, born in Michigan; father born in Michigan; mother born in Norway; first married at age 21.
Henshaw, Paul, son, age 1 year 6 months, born in Michigan; parents born in Michigan.

In 1947 Norval was living in Saginaw, Michigan.9,17  

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Thurday, June 12, 1947:18

Paul Mork left Saturday for Saginaw where he will attend the graduation of his grandsons, the Henshaw twins.  From there he will go to Detroit to visit his son Burton and family.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Tuesday, July 8, 1947:11

Mrs. Norvald Henshaw and son Jerry of Saginaw are visiting at the home of her father, Paul Mork.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on August 18, 1947:17

Mr. and Mrs. Norval Henshaw of Saginaw spent Sunday visiting at the home of Paul Mork en route for a week's vacation in Kewadin.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, December 28, 1951:19

Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw were Mr. and Mrs. Norval Henshaw and son Joe of Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Bion Rockwell and son Chuck; P. C. Mork, and Mrs. Christine Setterho.  The Henshaws returned to Saginaw on Thursday.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 28, 1952:20

Mrs. Norval Henshaw, accompanied by her husband, returned to their home in Saginaw after being guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw, since Memorial Day.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 6, 1953:21

Mrs. Norvald Henshaw and son Joe of Saginaw arrived Saturday to spend a few days with the Jerry Henshaws and the P. C. Morks.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, June 13, 1953:22

Suttons Bay

...  

Jan Henshaw, two-year-old daughter of the Jerry Henshaws is spending two weeks in Saginaw with her grandparents, the Norval Henshaws.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, October 16, 1953:5

Norval Henshaw, recently staying with his brother, Oliver Hansen, was taken to Traverse City for treatment when he became ill.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, October 24, 1953:23

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw spent the weekend in Ann Arbor and Saginaw.  In Ann Arbor they visited Norval Henshaw, who is ill at University hospital.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 10, 1954:24

Suttons Bay

...  

Norval Henshaw of Ann Arbor is a guest at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henshaw.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, June 11, 1954:25

Norval Henshaw, father of Gerald Henshaw, is ill at University hospital, Ann Arbor.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, February 19, 1955:26

Suttons Bay

...  

David Henshaw was dismissed Wednesday from Munson hospital after undergoing surgery.  

Mrs. Carol Henshaw returned Sunday to her home in Bridgeport after a visit of four days with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw and family.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Friday, April 1, 1955:27

Suttons Bay

...  

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henshaw and children Jan and David, were called to Saginaw Thursday due to the illness of Mr. Henshaw's mother, Mrs. Carol Henshaw.  Mrs. Henshaw and children remained in the city.  Mr. Henshaw drove to Saginaw Sunday accompanied by his son, Kenneth, and Jan Bonek.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, April 9, 1955:28

Suttons Bay

...  

Gerald Henshaw drove to Saginaw on Monday to bring Mrs. Henshaw and children, Jan, David and Kenneth, home.  Mrs. Henshaw has been caring for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Carol Henshaw, who is ill, for the past two weeks.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 9, 1955:3

Suttons Bay

...  

Mrs. Carol Henshaw and son Joe of Bridgeport arrived Saturday for a visit at the Gerald Henshaw home.  Gerald Henshaw left Sunday for Ann Arbor where he is taking a course in banking at the University of Michigan.

The following article was published in The "Traverse City Record Eagle" (Traverse City, Michigan) on Saturday, July 30, 1955:29

Suttons Bay

...  

Mrs. Carol Henshaw of Bridgeport arrived Saturday to spend a few weeks with the Gerald Henshaws.

In 1994 Carol was living in/near Monterey, Monterey County, California.14  

Carol died Mar 27 1994, Monterey County, California; age 89.14,15,16  

Social Security information for Carol C. Mork: 380-16-3241


Sources

  1. 1930 census, 9th Ward, Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan; roll T626-1022, ED 37, page 2A, line #7, dwelling #29, family #33.
  2. Contribution from Brenda Hansen McKenna ().
  3. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jul 9 1955; http://www.ancestry.com.
  4. 1920 census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan; roll T625-767, ED 32, page 3A, line #18, dwelling #51, family #56.
  5. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Oct 16 1953; http://www.ancestry.com.
  6. Obituary of Joseph M. Henshaw.
  7. 1910 census, Elk Rapids, Antrim County, Michigan; roll T624-635, ED 6, page 95B, line #88, dwelling #119, family #126.
  8. Contribution from Brenda Hansen McKenna (), citing:
    Sonja Cline, Hansen family researcher.
  9. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Apr 7 1947; http://www.ancestry.com.
  10. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Dec 10 1951; http://www.ancestry.com.
  11. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jul 8 1947; http://www.ancestry.com.
  12. 1910 census, Suttons Bay Township, Leelanau County, Michigan; roll T624-660, ED 29, page 117A, line #24, dwelling #28, family #30.
  13. 1920 census, Suttons Bay Township, Leelanau County, Michigan; roll T625-782, ED 56, page 4A, line #17, dwelling #77, family #82.
  14. "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from the Social Security Administration "Death Master File". See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/lesson10.htm
  15. RootsWeb California Death Index:
    http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi.
  16. California Death Index, 1940-1997; http://www.ancestry.com.
  17. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Aug 18 1947; http://www.ancestry.com.
  18. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jun 12 1947; http://www.ancestry.com.
  19. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Dec 28 1951; http://www.ancestry.com.
  20. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jun 28 1952; http://www.ancestry.com.
  21. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jun 6 1953; http://www.ancestry.com.
  22. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jun 13 1953; http://www.ancestry.com.
  23. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Oct 24 1953; http://www.ancestry.com.
  24. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Apr 10 1954; http://www.ancestry.com.
  25. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jun 11 1954; http://www.ancestry.com.
  26. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Feb 19 1955; http://www.ancestry.com.
  27. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Apr 1 1955; http://www.ancestry.com.
  28. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Apr 9 1955; http://www.ancestry.com.
  29. The "Traverse City Record Eagle", Jul 30 1955; http://www.ancestry.com.


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