1. Thomas M. Henshaw (1828-1899) +Kezia H. Hamm (1832-1915) 2.. Celestia Jane Henshaw (c1853-?) 1,2,3 2.. Samuel B. Henshaw (c1855-<1944) 1,2 2.. Amanda Elizabeth Henshaw (1857-1916) 1 2.. Charles Lockwood Henshaw (1863-1953) 1,2,4,5 2.. Thomas Stillman Henshaw (1864-1928) 1,2,4,6 2.. George Albert Henshaw (1867-1884) 1,2 2.. Curtis Valentine Henshaw (1869-1946) 1,2,7 2.. Lillian L. Henshaw (1873-1961) 1,2,5 2.. Hattie J. Henshaw (1876-1944) 1,2,8,9
|Thomas M. Henshaw [ID 08129]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Mar - 1828.1
He married Kezia H. Hamm1,4 [Nugia Hamm4], Jan 13 18521,4, Amb Cress, Nova Scotia1,4. Kezia, daughter of Daniel Hamm, was born Feb 23 1832, Nova Scotia.4,6,10
Nugia, wife of Thomas M. Henshaw, was mentioned in the 1868 will of her father, Daniel Hamm.4
Thomas and family were shown in the 1881 census, Clementsport, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia:2
Thomas M. Henshaw died Sep 8 1899, aged 81 yrs, 7 months.11
In Thomas' will dated Aug 14 1899 (recorded Sep 15 1899, will book page 376) he mentioned his wife Keziah and sons Charles L. Henshaw and Thomas Stillman Henshaw. He was recorded as a farmer from Clements. [will probated 1899 - Estate Folio H181].4
Widow Kezia and son Thomas Stillman were shown in the 1901 census, Clements West, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia:6
After Thomas died, Keziah remarried on Oct 21 1907 to Thomas Parker, son of Samuel Parker and Mary Berry.12
Kezia died 1915, buried Mary Jane Riley Road Cemetery, Waldec East, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.11
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