1. Jacob Henshaw (1780-1869) m Barbara Shelby (1785-1858) 2.. Joseph Henshaw (1824-c1870) m Susannah Jane Dunn (1831-1894) 3... William Franklin Henshaw (1852-1886) m Catherine Olive Emery (1853-1886) 4.... George Clyde Henshaw (1877-1949) m Susan Alma Johnston (1877-1954) 5..... George Dellmer Henshaw (1903-1946) +Roxie May Paadgett (1906-2003) 6...... Lelda Avon Henshaw (1925-) 1 6...... Virgil Dellmer Henshaw (1932-2001) 1
|George Dellmer Henshaw [ID 02820]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Dec 7 1903, Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania.1,2,3,4
He married Roxie May Paadgett5,6,7 [Roxie Mae Padgett1], Sep 19 19245,6,7, Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma5,6,7. Roxie, daughter of Nobel Oscar "N.O." Padgett & Annie Murphree, was born Sep 3 1906, Marcela, Arkansas.1,8,9
George was a Baptist minister.1
In 1946 George was living in Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas.4
George Dellmer Henshaw died Apr 20 1946, Worley Hospital, Pampa, Gray County, Texas; age 42y 4m 13d.1,4,10
Roxie remarried to an E.B. Davis.8
Roxie died Dec 23 2003, King’s Daughters and Sons Nursing Home, Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma.8,9
Roxie's obituary was published in the "Durant Daily Democrat" (Durant, Oklahoma) on Wednesday, December 24, 2003:8
Roxie Davis, 97
A service will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Dalton-Holmes Funeral Home Chapel for Roxie Davis, 97, Durant, who died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003, at King’s Daughters and Sons Nursing Home. The Rev. James Robinson will officiate.
The daughter of Nobel Oscar "N.O." and Annie (Murphree) Padgett, she was born Monday, Sept. 3, 1906, in Marcela, Ark.
Preceding her in death were her first and second husbands George Henshaw and E. B. Davis.
Family hour is 6-7 p.m Friday at the funeral home.
Dalton-Holmes Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
Photo: George Dellmer Henshaw as a child, with siblings 11
Social Security information for Roxie May Paadgett: 455-26-1034
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