Josiah Henshall (c. 1801 - 1869) was an English engraver and printer. Born in London around 1801, Henshall was the William Henshall, who was known as an architectural and landscape engraver. Over the course of his career he engraved several city plan for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge and works for several publications. He was also trained as an architectural and landscape engraver, producing 'Henshall's illustrated topography of twenty-five miles round London' in 1837-38. He also began painting in the 1840s, and exhibited seventy works in the London shows from 1848-63. He married his wife Mary sometime before 1841, and the couple had two daughters.