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Note for:   Mary Ann Rine,   1832 - 19 NOV 1903         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Rice - Blue Cemetery, Henderson, Knox County, IL



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Note for:   Charles Labin Henry,   31 DEC 1882 - 21 SEP 1941         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Rosewood Cemeterary, Houston or Humble, TX



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Note for:   Christa Helen Foster,   12 JAN 1884 - 5 AUG 1961         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Rosewood Cemeterary, Houston or Humble, TX



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Note for:   Alton Foster Henry,   30 JUL 1903 - 21 MAY 1969         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Houston, Harris, Texas



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Note for:   Carmen Charlie Henry,   4 AUG 1906 - 9 JUN 1963         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Rosewood Cemetary, Humble, Texas



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Note for:   Letha Sloan,   BET. 1876 - 1910 - 1938         Index
[Henry Family Tree.FTW]

She was 3/4 Indian, died very young of cancer when Billy was 12 years old.[henry joshua.FTW]

She was 3/4 Indian, died very young of cancer when Billy was 12 years old.

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Note for:   Hershel Loyd Henry,   11 AUG 1926 - 11 FEB 1991         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Rosewood Cemeterary, Houston or Humble, TX

Note:    [Henry Family Tree.FTW]

He was called Daddy, PaPa, Guardian Angel. Died at age 64 of cancer.[henry joshua.FTW]

He was called Daddy, PaPa, Guardian Angel. Died at age 64 of cancer.

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Note for:   Maurice Miller Henry,   11 AUG 1909 - 19 JUL 1980         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   VA Cemetary, Houston



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Note for:   Robert Henry,   17 NOV 1823 - 8 APR 1904         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Bryan Brazos Co, Texas, Robert Henry Cemetery

Note:    [Henry Family Tree.FTW]

The following is a quote from "More Than 200 Descendants Attended Henry Family Renunion: Sketch of Life of James Henry of Interest" A speech was and delivered at the reunion by Jessie Merle (Henry) Franklin, great-grand-daughter of James Henry.

In the year 1851, Robert Henry, James' oldest boy, immigrated to Texas, and a year later, in 1852, James Sr. and the rest of the family came also, traveling by ox wagon along the Old San Antonio Trail.[henry joshua.FTW]

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Note for:   Jane Catherwood,   3 MAR 1832 -          Index
[Henry Family Tree.FTW]

She came to America in 1848. She and her father left Ireland on account of the Irish Rebellion in the middle of the nineteenth century to save his head, Maggie's uncle, William, fled to Melbourne, Australia, for the same purpose. Bothe he and Maggies father were officers in the Irish Rebillion. Maggie and her father went from Ireland to Amsterdam, Holland, and sailed from there to New Orleans, where they both took yellow fever and died. Maggie came on by one sail boat, known as a litter, to Galveston, thence to Houston by a mule boat ( a boat propelled by a mule going around in a circle). From Houston she came on an ox wagon loaded with cement to Old Booneville and then walked to James Sr on Thompson Creek. Another of Maggie's uncles, Robert, was a cripple and remained in Ireland, and when he died Maggie and Robert's grandchildren inherited $1,000 from his estate.