1. William Henshaw (1742-1796) m Elizabeth Gilbert (1746-1826) 2.. James Steuben Henshaw (1778-1872) m Amy Gale (1784-1868) 3... Orrin Henshaw (1807-1889) m Aurel Train Brown (1812-1884) 4.... Irving Wallace Henshaw (1832-1863) +Judith C. Stone (?-1884) 5..... Frank Wallace Henshaw (1860-1944) 1
|Irving Wallace Henshaw [ID 04858]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Irving Wallace Henshaw1,2 [Ervin Wallace Henshaw2, J. W. Henshaw3, E. W. Hinshaw4, Wallis Henshaw5].
(Christened under the name Ervin Wallace Henshaw).2 Born Nov 26 1832.1,6
Wallace was shown in the 1850 census (Sep 20 1850), living with his parents in Aurora, Erie County, New York:7
He married Judith C. Stone, Feb 15 1860, Whiteside County, Illinois.1,3
Irving and Judith were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 18 1860), Mt. Pleasant Township, Whiteside County, Illinois:8
During the Civil War, Irving served in Company C, 75th Illinois Volunteers.6
Irving Wallace Henshaw died Feb 27 1863, buried Section 1, Lot 210, Griffins Mills Cemetery, 53 West Falls Road, West Falls, Erie County, New York.1,6,9
After Irving died, Judith C. Henshaw remarried to Benjamin R. "Roll" Brewer, Apr 9 1869, Hamilton County, Iowa.10,11,12 It was Benjamin's third marriage.13 He had previously been married to Eliza Jane Fraikes (Mar 1 1864),10 then Betsey Fraikes14
The Benjamin R. Brewer household is shown in the 1870 census, Cass Township, Hamilton County, Iowa (page 273):15,16
Judith died Aug 26 1884, Webster City, Hamilton County, Iowa.13
Judith's obituary appeared in "The Freeman" (Webster City, Iowa) on September 3, 1887, as follows:
At her home in Cass township on the 26 last, Mrs. Judith Brewer, wife of B.R. Brewer. Her death was sudden and unexpected. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn their irreparable loss.
She has gone, but not forgotten.
Dear companion, loving mother, fare the well.
She loved and lost, why we call her lost?
Because we miss her from our outward road
God's unseen angel o'er our pathway crost,
Looked on us all, and loving her the most,
Straightway relieved her from lifes weary load.
After Judith died, Benjamin Brewer remarried first to Nellie Conlin, then later to Ellen O'Rourke.13
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