Frederick Valdemar Henshaw

 1. William Henshall  m Margerie Gyll 
 2.. Thomas Henshall (?-c1631) m - Kendrick 
 3... William Henshawe (c1608-1644) m Katherine Houghton (1615-1651)
 4.... Joshua Henshawe (1643-1717) m Elizabeth Sumner (?-1728)
 5..... Joshua Henshaw (1672-1747) m Mary Hay Webster (1672-1747)
 6...... Daniel Henshaw (1701-1781) m Elizabeth Allen Bass (1703-1774)
 7....... Benjamin Henshaw (1730-1793) m Mrs. Huldah (Stillman) Sumner 
 8........ Joshua Henshaw (1765-1840) m Esther Burnham (1768-1853)
 9......... John Leavitt Henshaw (1792-1832) m Ann Maria Corey (1795-?)
10.......... George Holt Henshaw (1833-1890) m Cornelia Middagh Birdsall (c1836-1918)
11........... Frederick Valdemar Henshaw (1867-1941)
              +Isabel Jeanette Hamilton 
Frederick Valdemar Henshaw     [ID 04989] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Born Aug 8 18671,2 [Aug - 18663], New York, New York1,2 [Brooklyn, New York3].  

Consulting engineer of 14 Wall St., New York City.  Educated at a private school, Brooklyn; Montreal High School; Bishop's College, Montreal, specializing in chemistry and engineering.3  

He married Isabel Jeanette Hamilton, Jun - 1906, New York, New York.3  

Employed on the survey of the St. Lawrence River, 1886.  Member of the firm of Downes & Henshaw, Providence, R.I., consulting engineers, 1895-97.3  Vice-president, Eastern Power & Light Corp.; Vice-president, Colonial Power & Light Co.3  

Frederick was Episcopalian.3  

On Nov 25 1919, Frederick arrived in New York City (apparently alone) on the ship S.S. Mauretania, having departed from Southampton, England:1

Henshaw, Frederick, age 52, born Aug 8 1867 in New York City; married; current address: Bellport Long Island N.Y.

Frederick Valdemar Henshaw died Mar 23 1941.4  


Sources

  1. Ellis Island Foundation manifest database: http://www.ellisisland.org.
  2. 1881 LDS census index, Ste-Antoine Ward, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec; film C-13220, district 90, sub-district H, division 7, page 6, household #22.
  3. "Men of Nineteen-Thirteen. Builders of Our Nation: Men of 1913",
    1914, Chicago, IL.
  4. Contribution from journalist Peter Duveen () citing:
    New York Times, Mar 24 1941.


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