"I am Farress Henslee. I want every single detail about my father's side of the family (Henslee/Hensley). I know that the late Joe Henslee traced our family all the way back to overseas. Any help at all would be appreciated. Thank you."
"I wanted to update this posting. I believe the father of Joseph Hensley was Lewis W. Hensley. If you have any information I would appreciate hearing from you. Lewis was from North Carolina and moved to Kentucky.
"I am researching Fisly Hensley, father of Joseph Hensley. Joseph was married to Mary Ready and they were married in Letcher County, KY in 1890. Their son George Washington Hensley was my Grandfather. I found the name of Fisly in a…"
"My Howey line goes back to Robert Howey UE who lived in New Jersey during the American Revolution. He was a prisoner of war until the end and resettled with his family in the Niagara area of Ontario. His son Daniel Howey moved to Norfolk County,…"
"Hi,I am a direct decendent of John A Hensley-Eliza Louisa J Crowell through their daughter Mary Caroline Hensley Churchwell.Mary married James A "Jim" Churchwell.Their daughter Lillie Mae Churchwell Harris was my grandmother.My Hensley…"
"Helping a friend do research on his HOWEY family and since he doesn't do computers, asked me to see what data is available on FANNIE ADELL HOWEY who married HARRY SHOE. Fannie is my 88yr old friend's mother. He was told she was…"
"Hello Teresa and Bruce,
I don't believe we share a family line, or at least I haven't found a connection yet, but wanted to let you know that Google Books online has a full copy of the Maine Historical Magazine Volume 9 which has a bio on…"
"Hi! I am researching the HENSLEY line out of Harlan County, Kentucky that eventually went north to Benton County, Indiana. My grandfather was Earl HENSLEY b. 1925 near Harlan County, KY and died 1986 in Benton County, IN."
I have traced my family to a Edward Hensley, in Tiverton Devoshire England. b abt 1560. Can anyone go farther back than this. I would like to hear about it. He had 1 son that I know of and that was Willliam b about 1583, and came to the US in about 1620. thank you
Welcome to our Waters group! There were a lot of Waters in MA. There is even a Waters Farm in West Sutton, MA. Have you heard of it? They have a website . . . http://www.watersfarm.com/. I've been there and it's beautiful. I'm not sure how or if my Waters are related (Loyalists to Canada, then to MA in 1880's). Now that I think of it, I'm going to add the website to the Links Discussion, so others (when they join :-) ) can find it too.