George Henshaw

 1. William Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1334)
 2.. Hugh Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1395)
 3... Adam Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1447)
 4.... Hugh Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1489)
 5..... Hugh Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1541)
 6...... Thomas Henshaw of Henshaw  m - Bowyer 
 7....... Edward Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1580) m Margaret Smith (?-1589)
 8........ Thomas Henshaw of Henshaw (?-1598) m Margaret Smith (?-1588)
 9......... Lea Henshaw of Henshaw (c1593-1631) m Margeri Wardle 
10.......... Hugh Henshaw of Henshaw, Gent. (1619-1682) m Ellen Steele 
11........... George Henshaw 
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Admitted to Cambridge University at Jesus, Mar 21 1677/8.1  

"Living 1681. (?eldest son, died S.P.)".1,2  


Sources

  1. "Alumni Cantabrigieness" (Cambridge University alumni, 1261-1900)
    by J.A. Venn; London: Cambridge University Press, 1921.
  2. "Hinshaw-Bernard and Related Families" by Cordelia E. Bogue Wright, in the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS), microfiche #6019151.


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