1. Nicholas Hancher (1705-1777) m Rebecca Smith (c1707-?)
2.. William Henshaw (1736-1799) m Agnes Ann Anderson (c1745-<1806)
3... Levi Henshaw (1769-1843) m Ann McConnell (1778-1839)
4.... George Warren Henshaw (1828-1874) m Rebecca Montgomery (1829-1902)
5..... Ann McConnel Henshaw (1854-1932)
+Erle Kenneth Baker
Ann McConnel Henshaw [ID 05207]
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Ann McConnel Henshaw1 [Annie Connell Henshaw2, Connie Henshaw3].
Born Jul 28 18541,2,4 [about 18563,5], Reedsburg, Wayne County, Ohio1,2,4.
Ann was shown in the 1880 census (Jun 7 1880), living (or visiting) in the household of sister Bessie in Ogden, Utah:5
, age 34 years 4 months, born in Iowa; parents born in Pennsylvania; RR superintendent.
, wife, age 28, born in Virginia; father born in Virginia; mother born in Ohio; keeping house.
, daughter, age 3 years 10 months, born in Wyoming; father born in Iowa; mother born in Virginia.
, son, age 7 years 10 months, born in Nebraska; father born in Iowa; mother born in Virginia.
, son, age 1, born in Utah; father born in Iowa; mother born in Virginia.
Henshaw, Connie, sister, age 23, born in Ohio; father born in Virginia; mother born in Ohio; single.
Burns, Emma, servant, age 17, born in England; parents born in England; servant.
Homer, John, age 15 years 9 months, born in Utah; parents born in England; laborer.
Note that Ann was doubly enumerated in the 1880 census - once in the household of her widowed mother in Ohio, and secondly with her sister in Utah - enumerated one day apart!
She married Erle Kenneth Baker, May 17 1882, Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd, Ogden, Utah Territory.1,2,4
1) Bessie Isabel Baker, born Nov 24 1887, died btw. 1975-1978, married Daniel Morales.
2) Erlene Rebecca Baker, born Jan 8 1907, died Jan 2 1919, married Dr. Clarence Monroe Terrell; children:
a) McConnell Henshaw Terrell, born Mar 25 1912, married Virginia -.
b) Bessie Bennora Terrell, born Jun 2 1908, died Sep 25 1963, married Alexander Guyton Duckworth; children:
b1) Betty Henshaw Duckworth, born Apr 19 1930, married Gerald Byron Bunker.
b2) Mary Rebecca Duckworth, born Jul 10 1931, married John B. Rosser.
Ann was shown in the 1920 census (Feb 6 1920), living in the household of daughter Bessie in Kimble County, Texas [census image very faded]:6
Morales, Daniel, head-of-household, age 34, born in Texas.
Morales, Bessie, wife, age 32 [unclear].
Baker, Connie [unclear] H, mother-in-law, age 58, born in Ohio.
Terrell, Bessie [unclear], niece, age 12 [unclear].
Terrell, M[..unclear..], nephew, age 7.
Ann McConnel Henshaw died Dec 29 1932, Cleo, Kimble County, Texas; buried in a private cemetery on her younger daughter's "Bear Creek Ranch", Cleo, Kimble County, Texas.1
- Contribution from Betty Henshaw Duckworth Bunker ().
- Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution.
- 1880 census, Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio; roll T9-1077, ED 240, page 381A, line #40, dwelling #231, family #262.
- GEDCOM archives at http://www.kindredkonnections.com.
- 1880 census, 2nd Ward, Ogden, Weber County, Utah Territory; roll T9-1339, ED 97, page 433A, line #37, dwelling #43, family #43.
- 1920 census, Kimble County, Texas; roll T625-1825, ED 131, page 2B, line #91, dwelling #43, family #43.
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