1. Linus K. Henshaw (1800-1875) m Rachel - (c1802-1865) 2.. William W. Henshaw (c1832-1891) +Caroline Ophelia Martin (1832-c1901) 3... Laura O. Henshaw (c1855-?) 1,2,3 3... (daughter) Henshaw (?-c1867) 4 3... William W. Henshaw (1857-?) 1,2,3,5 3... Fredrick Henshaw (1859-1863) 1,6 3... Carrie B. Henshaw (1864-?) 2,3,5 3... Linus Henshaw (c1866-1874) 2,7
|William W. Henshaw [ID 14964]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born about 1832, New York.2,3,8,9 (c1824).1
He married Caroline Ophelia Martin, Apr 10 1855, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,3,6,10 Caroline was born Feb - 1832, New York.5 (c1830).1 (c1835).2 (c1837).3
William's marriage was noted in the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" (Brooklyn, New York) on Thursday, April 12, 1855:9
In this city, on the 10th by Rev. George W. Woodruff, Wm W. Henshaw to Miss C. Ophelia Martin, all of Brooklyn.
William W. Henshaw was shown in the Brooklyn City Directory of 1856-57.11
William and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jun 15 1860), Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:1
In 1863 William and Caroline were living at 230 Adelphi St., between DeKalb and Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, New York.6
William and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 18 1870), Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:2
William and family were shown in the 1875 New York state census (Jun 8 1875), Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:13
William and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 16 1880), Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:3
William W. Henshaw died Jun 29 1891, buried Jul 2 1891, Section 124 Lot 14575, Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, New York.4,9
William's obituary was published in the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" on Tuesday, June 30, 1891.9
William W. Henshaw.
William W. Henshaw, associate manager of the Royal insurance company of England, and formerly secretary of the Long Island fire insurance company, died suddenly of fatty degeneration of the heart yesterday afternoon at his home, 296 Adelphi street. Mr. Henshaw had been ill only twenty-four hours, and although he had suffered at times from attacks of indigestion the news of his demise came like a shock to a wide circle of friends who were wholly unprepared for the sad event. He was resting in his easy chair when the change was noted. Physicians were summoned, and all that kind and loving hands could do to minister to his dying moments was done, but in vain. Mr. Henshaw was born in Brooklyn, where he had resided all his life, and was in his 59th year at the time of his death. He was the son of the Rev. Linis Henshaw, a well known churchman in his day, and he took an active interest in religious and philanthropical matters. As president of the Brooklyn city dispensary he showed excellent executive ability in managing an institution that seeks to alleviate the ills of the poor and unfortunate of a great community, and his presence will be greatly missed by his colaborers. He was a member of the Summerfield Methodist Episcopal church for a long period if years and was active in all efforts looking to the progress of its work. Mr. Henshaw was favorably known as an underwriter of wide and extensive experience. He entered the employ of the Long Island insurance company at an early age and was rewarded for his fidelity by successive promotions until he reached the office of secretary, which position he held for many years. He was noted for his strong domestic traits and for his kindness of nature which endeared him to many friends in this city and New York. He leaves a widow and three children. His funeral will take place from his late residence on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
William's funeral was noted in the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" on Friday, July 3, 1891.9
Widow Caroline was shown in the 1900 census (Jun 7 1900), living in the household of son William in Queens, New York, New York:5
Caroline died about 1901, buried Jan 21 1901, Section 124 Lot 14575, Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, New York.4
Photo: Funeral for William W. Henshaw the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle", Friday, July 3, 1891 9
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