N.B.I am changing Elizabeth's date of birth from 10 Jan 1813 to 3 Apr 1813 so that it will be in line with her FAG entry. If you have information and a valid source as to her actual dob, please enter it here and notify me and/or the profile manager. Thank you. (Patricia Prickett Hickin, 2 Dec 2019)
Elizabeth was born in , MONONGALIA Co., VA, USA, on 10 January 1813, one of eleven children of Achilles and Susanna Scott Morgan. She married Jephtha Hensley a week after her nineteenth birthday, on 19 January 1832 in Vermilion Co., IL, USA, and they had eleven known children. She died at an unknown date and is buried in Bock Cemetery, Westville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA.
Elizabeth Hensley appears in the 1880 United States Federal Census as a widow whose occupation is farming, living with a 19-year-old grand-daughter.
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Name: Elizabeth Hensley; Age: 65; Birth Date: c1815; Birthplace: Virginia; Home in 1880: Grand River, Carroll County, Missouri, USA; Dwelling Number: 226; Race: White; Gender: Female; Head of House; Marital Status:
Birth: Apr. 3, 1813, Monongalia County, Virginia, USA; Death: unknown, Georgetown,Vermilion County,Illinois, USA.
Wife of Jeptha Hensley
Family links: Parents: Achilles Morgan (1772 - 1860), Susanna Scott Morgan (1772 - 1851); Spouse: Jeptha Hensley (1806 - 1850); Children: America Amanda Hensley Blakeney (1842 - 1926), George D. Hensley (1844 - 1936), Mary E. Hensley Stevens (1852 - 1929); Siblings: Mary Morgan Parrish (1795 - 1877), Drusilla Morgan Underwood (1801 - 1884), Morgan Morgan (1803 - 1839), Thomas Scott Morgan (1808 - 1869).
Burial: Bock Cemetery, Westville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elizabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Elizabeth: