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View Tree for Rebecca HenshawRebecca Henshaw (b. Bet. 1780 - 1790)

Rebecca Henshaw (daughter of William Henshaw and Agnes Ann Anderson) was born Bet. 1780 - 1790 in BERKELEY, WEST VIRGINIA. She married Lewis Moore.

 Includes NotesNotes for Rebecca Henshaw:
Rebecca Henshaw

+-- Nicholas Hancher
| 1705-1777
+-- William Henshaw -----+
| 1736-1799 |
| +-- Rebecca Smith
| c1707-?
Rebecca Henshaw ---+
B: 1790 | +-- William Anderson
D: 1799 | |
+-- Agnes Ann Anderson --+
c1745-<1806 |
+-- Mary Lauren
M: Lewis Moore


Rebecca Henshaw [ID 01687] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:


(Rebecca Henshaw)1,129 (Rebeccah Henshaw)165 (Rebekah Henshaw)132,133,a (Elizabeth Henshaw)166

Born 1790.165

She married Lewis Moore.1,132,133,145,b,129,165,a (Louis Moore)c Lewis was born c1750, probably Virginia.d

Lewis was a private in the Virginia Continental Army during the Revolution. He is listed as a Patriot in the DAR Patriot Index.e

Rebekah and Lewis initially moved to Kentucky.1,165 In 1803 Lewis & Rebecca moved to Louisiana.f

Children:

Lewis Moore, Jr. 165
William Henshaw Moore, married Delphine Eloise Verette f,165
John Moore, married Adelaide DeMarest (de Maret), died 1867 f,a,165
Louisa Moore. 165
Andrew Joseph Moore. 165

Rebecca Henshaw died Apr 9 1799, Berkeley County, Virginia.78 (Apr 9 1831, Louisiana).g
Lewis died 1831, Louisiana.h

A biographical sketch of grandson Joseph Murtaugh Moore was published in "Louisiana Biographical and Historical Memoirs" - "Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Louisiana", Vol. 2, 1892:i

The late Judge Joseph Murtaugh Moore, of Opelousas, La., was born in Opelousas, September 28, 1824. The Moores were an old Virginia family, and the ancestral residence still stands in Berkeley county, of that state. Judge Lewis Moore was a major in the Revolutionary war. He married a Virginia lady by the name of Henshaw. There were born to the marriage four sons, one of whom, J. Andrew, was the father of our subject. Judge Lewis Moore settled near Berwick's Bay, and there became a wealthy planter and property owner. J. Andrew Moore, father of our subject, was educated at the Transylvania school of medicine in Pennsylvania, but never practiced his profession. He became the father of fourteen children, twelve of whom grew to maturity. The late Judge Joseph Murtaugh Moore was the oldest of the family.
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SOURCES
1. "The Hinshaw and Henshaw Families", by William Hinshaw; edited by Milo Custer; private printing, Bloomington, Illinois, 1911; Frank I. Miller Co., printers. LDS microfilm number 1402822.

78. The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) computerized Ancestral File.

129. "Family Tree Maker, Family Archives, World Family Tree", Vol. 3, by Broderbund Software, a collection of individual family group submissions.

132. "The West Virginia Historical Magazine Quarterly", Vol. 4, No. 2, April 1904. The West Virginia Historical and Antiquarian Society, Charleston, W.VA. Article "The Henshaw Family" by Valley Virginia Henshaw. Contributed by David H. Henshaw (henshaw@mit.edu).

133. "Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County Pennsylvania", Volume II. John W. Jordan & James Hadden, editors. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1912. Contributed by David H. Henshaw (henshaw@mit.edu).

145. Family group sheets created by Frances G. Brumley, citing Henshaw family bible records, Greene County, TN court & cemetery records, and several secondary sources. Contributed by Ruth Jenkins (rlj42@prodigy.net).

165. "History of Henshaws in Scotland, in England and in America to the Present Time", Edith Henshaw Kuntz, 1956; contributed by Don Henshaw.

166. Henshaw history and genealogy manuscript, original by Holmes Hart Henshaw, 1930; updated in 1995 by Donald Craig Henshaw and others.

(a) Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution (www.ancestry.com).

(b) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(c) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)Family group sheets by Frances Brumley">(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(d) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)group sheets by Frances Brumley">(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(e) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)sheets by Frances Brumley">(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(f) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net) citing:
"The Daily World", Nov 3 1955, St. Landry Parish, LA.

(g) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)by Frances Brumley">(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(h) Contribution from Dee Becker (deebecker@verizon.net)Frances Brumley">(145 Family group sheets by Frances Brumley.

(i) "Louisiana Biographical and Historical Memoirs"; http://www.ancestry.com.



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