1. William Henshaw (1839-?) m Hannah Banks (1845-1921) 2.. Egbert Henshaw (1882-<1964) +Minnie Minton Armstrong (1879-1964) 3... Brignolia Wheelock Henshaw (1906-1974) 1 3... Muriel S. Henshaw (1913-1928) 1 3... William Carey Henshaw (1922-1998) 1
|Egbert Henshaw [ID 09022]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Nov 24 1882, Virginia, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.2
He married Minnie Minton Armstrong, Oct 6 1905, Hill Grove, Digby County, Nova Scotia.3 Minnie, daughter of Milledge/Millage Armstrong & Minton "Mittie" Spinney, was born Jul 22 1879, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.4,5
Egbert Henshaw died before Dec 5 1964.4
Minnie died Dec 5 1964, Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton, Nova Scotia; buried Lot 85, Torbrook Mines United Church Cemetery, Torbrook Mines, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.4,5
Minnie's obituary was published in the "Outlook" on Thursday, December 24, 1964 (page 8):4
Mrs. Minnie M. Henshaw -
The death occurred on December 5th at Soldiers' Memorial Hospital of Minnie Minton Henshaw, of Torbrook Mines, widow of Egbert Henshaw, after a short illness. She was born 85 years ago, daughter of the late Milledge and Minton Spinney Armstrong. She was a member of the Torbrook Mines Baptist Church. Surviving are two sons, Nollie Henshaw, Torbrook Mines, and William Henshaw, Toronto. Funeral was held from the Warren T. Roop Funeral Home with interment in Torbrook Mines Cemetery. Rev. Gordon Chappell officiated.
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