There were 74 Henwoods found in Hampshire County, England in 1861. All together there were 1,150 Henwoods listed in England on this new site. Out of the Hampshire Henwoods only 4 were Henry.
The county's name, Hampshire, derives from the city of Southampton, which was formerly called "Hamtun."
Also known as Southamptonshire, Hants.
Former and merged names include:· Hamtonshire
One interesting Henry was born in 1806 in Hampshire and was 55 years old still living there. He was a servant working as a footman. He could very well be the father of our Henry born 1827.
I found our Henry Henwood. He was listed as born 1828 and was 33 years old. He was a carpenter. This is exactly what I had found on www. ancestry.com.
I found Henry's son, Henry, who I have found on ancestry.com to be Henry Walter. He was listed as 7 years sold and born in 1854. He was a scholar.
The last Henry found was 45 years old and was born in 1816. He was an agricultural labourer. I wouldn't be surprised if he was related to the other three. Maybe he was a cousin of the older one.