JOHN G HENDERSON
HENDERSON - CHILD
A little boy of D.M. Parker, of the McKnight's Mill neighborhood, and a little child of Mr.. Henderson, of Empire, victims of flux, were buried yesterday.
Hopkinsville New Era
MRS C S HENDERSON
Mrs C.S. Henderson Died at 82 Funeral services were held Saturday December 20 for Miss Hanberry? Henderson 82, wife of C.S. Henderson of the Bethesda community who died December 21.
Mrs Henderson well known in the community in which she resided having lived in the same house for her entire lifetime with the exception of one year, the year she was married. She was a member of the Bethesda Church and was active in church affairs until bad health due to the declining years caused her to be confined to her home.
In 1875, she was married to C.S. Henderson and to this union were born nine children, namely; Ebb, Earl, Homer, Clint, Viv, Lucian, Mrs Major Adams and Mrs Robert Bailey.
All survive and live in Trigg county except Fuller Henderson, husband of Mrs Forest Henderson who died several years ago.
Also surviving is the husband C.S. Henderson and several grand children. Funeral services were held at the Bethesda church with Rev. D.L. Vance officiating. Pall bearers were the six surviving sons.
Burial took pace in the family cemetery near the church with a large crowd present. Cadiz Record Jan 1940
HENRY YOUNG HENDERSON
Henry Young Henderson, 81, of Oak Grove Ky, died April 30, 1998 at 1;55 A.M. of natural causes. He was born Dec 6, 1916 the son of the late
Jim and Ollie Young Henderson. He is survived by his wife Gladys Mildred Henderson, a son Henry Lee, Oak Grove; a brother, Bob Hendeson Clarksvile, TN.; two sisters Thelma Camp, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
JOHN G HENDERSON
Of Henderson Family to Die of Typhoid Fever
Mr. John G. Henderson, a son of Benjamin G. Henderson of Carl, died at Empire last Saturday of typhoid fever. He was about twenty-five years of age and live don the farm with his father, who is a prominent citizen and successful planter of the Carl section. About two weeks ago he went to Empire to spend a few days and while there was attacked with fever. This is the third death in the family within the past few months, Alex Henderson, a brother of deceased, having died about two weeks ago and his mother early in the summer. Both of them were victims of typhoid fever also. Mr. Henderson leaves a wife and two children. The remains of John Henderson were laid to rest Monday by the side of those of his mother and brother.
Pennyrile Deaths – April 1, 1999ELKTON, Ky. — Mabel Gant Henderson, 77, Hopkinsville, formerly of Todd County, died at 10:30 p.m. Monday at Select Specialty Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., of natural causes.Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Latham Funeral Home, with the Rev. Dr. Kim Allen and Jeff Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Edgewood Cemetery, Trenton. Visitation will begin at 5 this afternoon.A native of Christian County, she was born Sept. 23, 1921, the daughter of the late William Franklin and Rosie Lee Miles Gant. She was a homemaker and a member of the Pembroke Baptist Church. Her husband, William Ray Henderson, died in 1987.Survivors include two sons, William Henderson Jr., Oak Grove, Joe L. Henderson, Trenton; five daughters, Mabel Riddle and Virginia Smiley, both of Hopkinsville, Essie Sparkman, Dawson Springs, Wilma Legate, Lexington and Shirley Baumgartner, Robards; a brother, Ray Gant, Slaughters; 23 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
VIV HENDERSON, 75 DIES AT CADIZ
Funeral services for VIV HENDERSON, 75, Cadiz Route 5, who died Friday at Trigg County Hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. sunday at Campbell and Hall Funeral Chapel with the Rev. C.L. Hale officiating.
Burial will be in East End Cemetery. Mr. Henderson is survived by his wife, Mrs. Annie M. Henderson,a son, Edward Henderson of Trigg County; three brothers, Lucian, Earl and Homer Henderson, all of Trigg County and two sisters, Mrs. Major Adams of Trigg County and Mrs. RE. Bailey of Owensboro.
1960 - Cadiz, Ky. March 26 -
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