Julia Ann Henshaw

 1. William Henshaw (1742-1796) m Elizabeth Gilbert (1746-1826)
 2.. William Henshaw (1767-1822) m Jerusha Brace (?-1822)
 3... Joseph M. Henshaw (1794-1869) m Polly Wheeler (1800-1887)
 4.... Julia Ann Henshaw (1829-1918)
       +Emmons R. Huntley (1826-1889)
Julia Ann Henshaw     [ID 04890] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Born Oct 7 18291,2 [Oct 4 18283,4], Aurora, Erie County, New York1,2.  

She married Emmons R. Huntley1,2 [Emmond Huntly3,5], Aurora, Erie County, New York1,2.  Emmons, son of John + Mary Huntley, was born Mar 3 1826, Hamburg, Erie County, New York.1,6  

Child:

Lucy E. Huntley, born Oct 3 1850, Hamburg, New York; died May 7 1936, Grand Rapids, Michigan; married Edgar J. Clark. 1,4

Emmons died Apr 16 1889, buried Oakhill Cemetery, 647 Hall Street, S.E., Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.6  

Julia Ann Henshaw died May 10 1918, at her home, 1167 Cass Ave., Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan; age 89y 7m 6d.4  

A biographical sketch of Emmons R. Huntley appeared in Chapman's 1881 (page 1050):1,7

Emmons R. Huntley, butcher, 113 Monroe St., son of John and Mary Huntley, was born at Hamburg, Erie Co., N.Y., March 3, 1826.  His father died when he was but a year old, leaving a wife and six children, the oldest son being but 10 years old.  Mr. Huntley never went to school over six months, having his own to make in the word from his earliest remembrance.  He was married in Aurora, Erie Co., N.Y., in 1849, to Julia A., daughter of Joseph M. and Polly Henshaw, born in that place Oct. 7, 1829.  They have one child -- Lucy E., born in Aurora, in 1852.  Mr. Huntley came to this city in November 1861 and engaged in his present occupation.  In 1871 his building was burned, and he suffered a loss of $2,000; he rebuilt at his present stand, where he keeps a full stock of salt and dried meats for the wholesale and retail trade, packs annually 1,500 barrels of beef and pork, and handles about 40 head of beef per week: same average during the year.  His business amounts to about $75,000 annually.  Besides his store, he owns 10 acres of land and residence at the corner of Hall and Jefferson Sts.


Sources

  1. Posting May 14 2000 to Kent County Michigan GenWeb Project Biographies:
    http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Mi/KentBios?read=1683.
  2. Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the
    Daughters of the American Revolution (www.ancestry.com).
  3. Contribution from Kristen Wagner-Henshaw.
  4. Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950; http://www.ancestry.com.
  5. Henshaw genealogical chart, author unknown; Contributed by Donald Craig Henshaw.
  6. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=81112231.
  7. "History of Kent County, Michigan : together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil,"; http://www.ancestry.com.


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