1. James Henshall (c1828-?) m Mary Ann Salt (c1830-?)
2.. Thomas Henshall (1852-1914) m Mary Jane Crew (c1852-?)
3... Francis H. Henshall (c1878-?)
+Thomas Feeney (c1880-?)
Francis H. Henshall [ID 15067]
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Born about 1878, England.1 (c1880).2
She married Thomas Feeney.2 Thomas was born about 1880, New Jersey.2
Francis and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 9-10 1920), living with her widowed mother at 499 12 Ave., Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey:2
Henshall, Mary J.
, head-of-household, age 65, born in England; parents born in England; widow; immigrated 1874, naturalized; rented home; occupation: none.
Feeney, Thomas, son-in-law, age 40, born in New Jersey; parents born in New Jersey; occupation: warfer [unclear], silk mill.
Feeney, Francis, daughter, age 40, born in England; parents born in England; immigrated 1874, naturalized; occupation: dressmaker, private house.
Feeney, Thomas, grandson, age 14, born in New York; father born in New Jersey; mother born in England; attended school.
- 1880 LDS census index, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey; roll T9-0796, page 202A.
- 1920 census, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey; roll T625-1066, ED 146, page 5B, line #89, dwelling #86, family #123.
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