1. Thomas Henshaw
2.. John Henshaw (1776-?) 1,2
2.. Thomas Henshaw (1776-?) 1,2
2.. Charlotte Henshall (1788-?) 1,3
2.. George Inshaw (1789-?) 1,3
2.. Phebe Henshaw (1792-?) 1,3
Thomas Henshaw [ID 15740]
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Thomas Henshaw1,2 [Thomas Inshaw1, Thomas Henshall4].
He married Phebe Marson, Jan 6 1772, Sedgley, Staffordshire.1 (Jan 5 1772).4
See also: John Henshaw #15746 who also had children christened in St. Bartholomew parish in about the same time period.
See also: William Henshall #15748 who also had children christened in St. Phillips parish in about the same time period.
See also: William Henshall #15755 who also had children christened in St. Phillips parish in about the same time period (and interestingly had a son named Joseph Marson Henshall).
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- Contribution from James Inshaw ().
- LDS IGI, citing: Bishop's transcripts, 1673-1850, Church of England, Parish Church of Wednesbury.
- LDS IGI, citing: Parish registers and parish register transcripts, 1715-1965, Church of England, St. Philip's Cathedral (Birmingham).
- LDS IGI, citing: Bishop's transcripts, 1673-1853, Church of England, Parish Church of Sedgley.
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