1. Joseph Henshaw (1775-1853) m Hannah - (c1786-?)
2.. Abram Henshaw (c1815-?) m Laura - (c1827-<1880)
3... Joseph Henshaw (1861-?)
+Fannie - (1850-?)
Joseph Henshaw [ID 16537]
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Born Jul - 1861, Wisconsin.1,2,3
He married Fannie -.3 Fannie was born Aug - 1850, Ireland.3
Joseph and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 16 1900), Omro, Winnebago County, Wisconsin:3
Henshaw, Joseph, head-of-household, age 38, born July 1861 in Wisconsin; parents born in New York; married 30 years; occupation: engineer; rented home.
Henshaw, Fannie [or Francie - unclear], wife, age 49, born Aug 1850 in Ireland; parents born in Ireland; married 30 years; 2 children, 2 living.
Minors [unclear], Ward, stepson, age 15, born Dec 1884 in Wisconsin; father born in England; mother born in Ireland; attended school.
- 1870 census, Linneus P.O., Jackson Township, Linn County, Missouri; roll M593-788, page 284, line #15, dwelling #33, family #41.
- 1880 census, Jackson Township, Linn County, Missouri; roll T9-0700, ED 190, page 551A, line #39, dwelling #9, family #9.
- 1900 census, Village of Omro, Omro Township, Winnebago County, Wisconsin; roll T623-1824, ED 131, page 7A, line #2, dwelling #169, family #171.
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