1. (unknown) Henshaw
+Nancy Ellen "Nannie" Jones (1861-1935)
2.. Joseph A. Henshaw (1896-1940) 1,2,3
(unknown) Henshaw [ID 02857]
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He married Nancy Ellen "Nannie" Jones, Apr 4 1895, Oregon County, Missouri.1 Nancy, daughter of John R. Jones & Ellen Mariah Frazier, was born Dec 2 1861, White County, Illinois.1,2,3
Nannie had been previously married to Alfred W. Harlan, Sep 6 1885, Oregon County, Missouri, by whom she had children Emma Harlan and Smith Alfred Harlan.1
Nannie and children were shown in the 1900 census (Jun 20-21 1900), Thayer, Oregon County, Missouri:2
Henshaw, Nannie E, head-of-household, age 38, born Dec 1861 in Illinois; father born in Tennessee; mother born in Illinois; married, married 5 years, 4 children, 3 living; occupation: launderer; rented home.
Harlan, Emma F, daughter, age 13, born June 1886 in Missouri; parents born in Illinois; attended school 7 months.
Harlan, Alfred S, son, age 10, born Mar 1890 in Missouri; parents born in Illinois; attended school 6 months.
Henshaw, Joseph A
, son, age 4, born Feb 1896 in Missouri; father born in Alabama; mother born in Illinois.
Moppin, Rosa E, lodger, age 25, born Aug 1874 in Missouri; father born in Kentucky; mother born in Indiana; married, married 0 years, 2 children, 2 living; occupation: house keeper.
Jones, George M, lodger, age 3, born June 1896 in Arkansas; parents born in Missouri.
Nannie and son Joseph were shown in the 1910 census (May 2 1910), living in the household of Nannie's daughter Emma Harlan Shipper, Thayer, Oregon County, Missouri:3
Shipper, Henry P., head-of-household, age 26, born in Germany; parents born in Germany; immigrated 1891, naturalized; first marriage, married 5 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; rented farm.
Shipper, Emma F., wife, age 22, born in Missouri; parents born in Illinois; first marriage, married 5 years; 2 children, 2 living.
Shipper, Lizzie N., daughter, age 3, born in Missouri; father born in Germany; mother born in Missouri.
Shipper, Mable M., daughter, age 1 year 3 months, born in Missouri; father born in Germany; mother born in Missouri.
Henshaw, Nancy, mother-in-law, age 49, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois; second marriage, married 15 years; 4 children, 3 living; occupation: chamber maid, hotel.
, brother-in-law, age 14, born in Missouri; father born in United States; mother born in Illinois; occupation: porter, hotel; attended school.
Nancy died 1935.1
The findagrave.com memorial for Nannie states she married a William A. Henshaw, and further identifies him as William Alfred Hinshaw #5007.1 This seems improbable. Although William did marry several times, and did live in Missouri, by 1895 (when this marriage occured) William was already married, having children by that marriage, and most likely living in Mississippi County, Missouri, not Oregon County. Furthermore, son Joseph was shown in the 1900 census with his father having been born in Alabama; William Alfred Hinshaw was born in Kentucky.
- 1900 census, Thayer, Thayer Township, Oregon County, Missouri; roll T623-879, ED 88, page 11A, line #20, dwelling #229, family #235.
- 1910 census, Thayer, Thayer Township, Oregon County, Missouri; roll T624-804, ED 129, page 7B, line #92, dwelling #144, family #145.
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