Henshaw, Jonathan

Jonathon Henshaw was apprenticed in 1721 to the apothecary Francis Bave, and from 1731 to 1762 he took at least ten apprentices himself. He held properties in Cheap Street near the Bear inn, and in Walcot Street.

Jonathon’s association with the city council includes being a councilman (October 1740 – 1763), constable (1741 – 1742 and 1755 – 1756), bailiff (1743 – 1744 and 1757 – 1758), chamberlain (1763 – 1764), and alderman (December 1763 – 1764).

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