1. James Henshaw (1841-1908) m Frances S. Gardner (1842-1919)
2.. James G. Henshaw (c1867-1930) m Kittie W. Williams (1872-1937)
3... Frances Alice Henshaw (1902-2003)
+John G. Leahy
Frances Alice Henshaw [ID 15896]
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Frances Alice Henshaw1,2 [Kathern Henshaw3].
Born Jun 18 1902, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.1,2,3,4
She married John G. Leahy.5,6
Daniel James Leahy, born Apr 20 1933, Chicago, Illinois; died Sep 13 2016, North Barrington, Illinois; married Mariann Bullen (children: Kathleen, Mary Claire, Megan, Patrice, Monica, and Daniel Leahy Jr.).
Frances Alice Henshaw died Jan 3 2003.2,4
Social Security information for Frances Alice Henshaw: 345-46-5471
- 1920 census, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois; roll T625-348, ED 1867, page 10A, line #38, dwelling #127, family #228.
- U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007; http://www.ancestry.com.
- 1910 census, 29th Ward, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois; roll T624-275, ED 1284, page 103A, line #1, dwelling #1, family #1.
- "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from
the Social Security Administration "Death Master File".
- Daniel James Leahy obituary; Chicago Suburban Daily Herald, Sep 15 2016:
- Daniel James Leahy obituary; Davenport Family Funeral Home:
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