1. Hannah Henshaw (1812-?) +Thomas Bryson (1812-?)
|Hannah Henshaw [ID 02351]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Feb 25 1812, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.1,2
She married Thomas Bryson, 1835, Butler County, Pennsylvania.3,4 Thomas was born Jul 26 1812, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
Hannah and Thomas lived in Butler County, Pennsylvania.3
Hannah and Thomas and family were shown in the 1850 census, North Butler Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania, as follows:2
Also living nearby in 1850 were Eli Henshaw8 and David Henshaw.9
A biographical sketch of son Eli Bryson was published in the "History of Western Ohio and Auglaize County" (C.W. Williamson, 1905), Biographical History of Mercer County:1
HON. ELI BRYSON, mayor of Celina, and a representative citizen of the place, was born in Butler county, Pa., June 26, 1843. He is a son of Thomas and Hannah (Henshaw) Bryson, both natives of Pennsylvania, the former of Butler, the latter of Bucks, county. In 1854 they removed to Wells county, Ind., locating on a farm about three miles from Montpelier, where they are now leading a retired life, the father being in his eighty-fourth year, the mother also of the same age. The father was born July 26, 1812, and the mother February 25, 1812. They were the parents of nine children, six sons and three daughters, of whom four of the sons and three daughters still survive.
Eli Bryson was in his eleventh year when his parents removed to Indiana. ...
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