That should read Matilda Quarterman. I am seeing that Kay here had said that Matilda Quarterman's sister "Betsey (Elizabeth) married Mr. Henwood."
That would make Sarah Henwood as "sister's" Niece in 1880 census HH of William Baker b. 1814 and his wife, Matilda (Quarterman) (A.D.White book, Cross Creek Cemetery) Cross Creek, Washington, PA Betsey's (Elizabeth Quarterman) daughter. According to Cross Creek Cemetery/Graveyard records, there are HENWOOD buried there.
HENWOOD.-- JAMESHENWOOD,died Sept. 8th, 1849, aged 52 years.
JOHN,son of J. and E. Henwood,. died June the 7th, 1852, in the 28th year of his age.
ELIZABETH,wife of James Henwood, died Sept. i6th, 1853, aged 54 years.
In memoryof ELIJAHHENWOOD,whodeparted this life April, A. D. 1837, aged about 75 years.
MARIAJANEHEMWOOD,died May the3oth, 1853, aged 23 years.
DAVIDHENWOOD,died Jan. 28th, 1854, aged 23 years.
JOSEPHHENWOOD,died July the 20th, 1856, aged 18 years.
Could be that the Elizabeth Henwood above is "Betsey" (Elizabeth) Quarterman, (wife of James Henwood above) and parents of Sarah Henwood. Listed as Single in William Baker HH 1880 census, Cross Creek, Washington, PA.
That same Elizabeth Henwood could then be Elizabeth Quarterman, sister of my Matilda Quarterman-Baker, (spouse of my William Baker b. 1814 PA (Of first: Village of Independence (then in Hopewell Twp. Washington, PA; then of Cross Creek, Washington, PA by c.1847.)
There are possibly more Henwood names buried in the cemetery, but records had been destroyed by fire. Alvin Dinsmore White, a historian also helped compile more cemetery records which he'd added to Simpson's in the 1960's. There is a book available which is a reprint of Simpson's, and another in which White added more data.
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/washington/cemeteries/crosscrk.txt has the above data from Simpson book.
Anyone connecting with these lines? I see your lines at quarterman.org/ but you are missing mine there:)>