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HENN - BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND

Journal by ucantsayno

HENN My Henn family originated in Birmingham, England. John Henn is the first of this line so far known to me. He was born in 1814 in Birmingham, and married Elizabeth Foxall who was also born in Birmingham, in 1816. They had five children before John died, sometime before 1861.
The children were: George Henn (b: 1838), William Henn (b: 1840), Sarah Henn (b: 1842), Hariett Henn (b: 1845) & James Henn (b: 1846).
I know that William married a girl named Elizabeth, and they 13 children (or possibly more). Hariett married Jospeh Davis and they had 4 children. James married Sarah Grice and had at least two children.
Hariett is my ancestor, but I would be keen to know what happened to her siblings and also to find out who John and Elizabeths parents were.

Surnames: DAVIS FOXALL GRICE HENN
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on 2005-03-17 00:46:05

ucantsayno , from Victoria, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2005. is researching the following names: CHRISP, HOULDEY, SHARP and 31 other(s).

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by tgrice06 on 2007-05-11 11:58:30

I'm Tabitha Fawn Grice I'm from Greenville, Ohio U.S.A my father is Robert Eugene Grice Jr. my grandfather Robert Eugene Grice Sr. I'm trying to find out where fathers side is from

by mhenn on 2007-09-30 01:19:51

My last name is Henn and I don't know where my ancestory lies. The farthest I know is my grandfather Mark. Any help would be grateful.

by GDMmom on 2007-12-01 06:21:14

my maiden name was Henn, I dunno much but I always thought we were from Germany??
My grandfather was Cecil Anthonie Christian D'Heil Henn

by TreEhuGgEr33 on 2010-05-24 15:02:19

hEy!! my surname is also Henn and I live in South Africa....I heard that my great grandfather's surname was Hern and he was in the war and had to changed his surname to henn cuz he had to go into a diffrent country and people was looking for him....also heard he was from germany or something!

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