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THE NEW YORK 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ASTOR, LENOX AND 
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Coat of Arms of the Henderson 

Baronetts, Fordell, County 

Fife, Scotland 



They are ascribed to the Hendersons 
of Virginia, and are blazoned: Gules, 
three piles issuing out of the sinister 
side argent, on a chief of the last a cres- 
cent azure between two spots of ermine. 
Motto : Sola Virtus nobilitat. Another 
Henderson Coat-of-Arms, said to be 
more ancient than the one here emblaz- 
oned, is : Per pale indented sable and 
argent, on chief of the second a crescent 
vert between two ermine spots. 



HENDERSON CHRONICLES 



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A Roster of the descendants 
of Alexander Henderson of 
Fordell, County Fife, Scot- 
land, three of whose sons 
emigrated to the American 
Colonies, prior to 1740, and 
settled near Alexandria, Va. 



Compiled by John N. McCue 



1915 



STAFF OF ADVISORS AND CONTRIBUTORS 



Mrs. Xoble E. Baskett, Chapter Regent, D. A. R., Missouri. 

Judge George F. Beatty, Referee in Bankruptcy, Kansas. 

Mrs. John T. Brown, Missouri. 

Robert A. Browne, M. D., Surgeon and Physician, Ohio. 

.Miss Dola M. Caldwell, Banker, Missouri. 

Col. Robert G. Clark. Snpt. State Training School for Boys. 

Missouri. 
Mrs. Amos G. Draper, Genealogical Editor — Daughters American 

Revolution, Washington, D. C. 
Miss Ida B. Falls, Reminiscent, Mississippi. 

Hon. Charles H. Hance, City Treasurer, Los Angeles. California. 
Professor Archibald Henderson, Ph.D.. University of X. C. 
Charles E. Henderson, Esq., Family Historian, Maryland. 
Mr. Clara A. Henderson, Architect, Kansas. 
Hon. Charles H. Henderson. Governor of the State of Alabama. 
Mr. Claude W. Henderson, Chronicler. Kentucky-Florida. 
Frank L. Henderson. M. D., Lucrative Practitioner, Missouri. 
Joseph Ed. Henderson, Esq., Merchant, Missouri. 
Lutrelle Henderson, M. D., Surgeon and Physician, Ohio. 
John Steele Henderson, retired Banker, Missouri. 
Robert T. Henderson, M. D., efficient Practitioner. Missouri. 
Mr. Samuel S. Henderson, wholesale Lumberman Pennsylvania. 
Walter Henderson,. Esq., Druggist, Historian, Missouri. 
Mine. Louise Homer, Contralto — Metropolitan Opera, New York. 
Rev. James A. McClure, D. D., Clergy, Author, Virginia. 
John J. McPheeters, Esq.. Farmer, public spirited Citizen, Missouri. 
Joseph L. Miller, M. 1)., Practitioner, and Writer. West Virginia. 
Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. Editor — Register, State Historical Society, 

Kentucky. 
Mrs. Jane McCombs Henderson Ligcrett, Antiquarian and senior 

member of the Staff (Age 99 years), Colorado. 
Mrs. John S. Potts, California. 
Mrs. A. Perry Pollard, connoiseur, Missouri. 
Miss Frances M. Smith (Eleanor Lexington), Genealogist. X. V. 
Supt. James X. Tate. LL. D., State School for the Deaf, Minnesota. 
Mrs. Sarah Henderson Wiggins, Compiler, Indiana. 

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REFERENCES 



Annals of Augusta County, Va., — Waddell. 
American Ancestry, — Munsell's Sons. American Genealogist. 
Ancestry and Descendants of Lieut. John Henderson, — Dr. Miller. 
Biographical Congressional Directory, — Engart. 
Biography of Pioneer Families of Kentucky. 
Burke's Landed Gentry. 
*-s Burke's Baronetage. 

Battle of Point Pleasant, — Simpson-Poffenbarger. 

Chalkey Manuscripts, 

Encyclopedia Britannica. 

First Church of Staunton, Va., Hoge. 

Files of: St. Louis Republic, Fulton Gazette,, Staunton Daily 

Leader, Christian Observer. 
Foote's Sketches of Va., — Henry Foote. 
Great Ephocs in American History, — Halsey. 
Guide to Heraldry,— Fox-Davis. 
History of Augusta County, Virginia, — Peyton. 
History of Albemarle Co., Va., — Wood. 
History of Audrain Co., Mo., — St. Pub. Co. 
History of Callaway Co., Mo., — St. Pub. Co. 
History of Kentucky , — Collins. 
History of Missouri, - Switzer. 
History of Missouri, — Carr. 
History of North-East Missouri, — Williams. 
History of Pike Co., Mo., — St. Louis Pub. Co. 
History of Virginia, — 
History of Washington, Co., Va., — 
History of Centre College, Ky., — 

History of Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., — Fisher-Rice. 
International Encyclopedia, The. 
Kentucky Directory — Kavanaugh. 
Kentucky Ancestry — Lewis Family. 

Magazines from the State Historical Society of Kentucky. 
Magazines from the State Historical Society of Missouri. 
Magazines from the State Historical Society of Virginia. 
Magazines from the Historical Society of North Carolina. 
Magazines from the State Historical Society of West Virginia. 
Magazines from the Mississippi Valley Historical Society. 
McCues of the Old Dominion, — McCue. 
Meade's Virginia Families. 

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Men of the AuxVasse Presbyterian Church,.— Cowan. 
Missouri, The Official Manual of, 1889-1915, — Secretary of State. 
'Hare's Pedigrees. 
Pioneer Families of Missouri, — Rose. 

Recollections of one who Passed Ten Years in the Mississippi Val- 
ley, — Flint. 
Recollections of one who Suffered in a Lost Cause, — Hance. 
Roster of the Mo. University. 
Roster of the University of Va. 
Roster of Washington & Lee University. 
Roster of William & Mary University. 
Roster of Hampden-Sidney College. 
Roster of Stonewall Jackson Institute, Va. 
Roster of Westminster College, Mo. 
Roster of Synodical College, Mo. 

The Tate Family in America, — McCue, (unpublished). 
William and Mary Quarterly. 
Who's Who in America, 1900-1912. 



INTRODUCTION 



The surname Henderson is derived from Henry — Henry's son, 
which in time became Eenrison, Hendrickson, Henderson. The 
name is old in Scotland, the family, having lived there since the 
fifteenth century. The chief seat being al Fordell, County Fife; 
and "Henderson of Fordell," is a term of distinction, and well 
known throughout the United Kingdom. 

.Many authentic and traditional stories are currenl portraying 

the valor and dexterity of the earlier generations, in peace and at 
war. And their fame extends across the continent. 

Among the prominent members of the family, were: riames 
Henderson of Fordell, who was Lord .Justice ami King's Advocate, 
and received a charter under tin 1 Greal Seal— in the time of 'lames 
1 V : George Henderson of the uexi generation, was granted lands 
in the Shires of Fife and Edinburgh by Queen Mary of Scotia ml. 
and his wile was one of her Maids of Honor, lie gave his life lor 
his country. His son, James, married Jean, daughter of William 
Murray, Baron of Tullibardine. Robert Henderson figured exten- 
sively during the reign of James Mi oi Scotland. 

Another dames Henderson, was a man of parts, and dames \' 1 
conferred a singular favor upon him in excusing him from attend- 
ing the wars all the days of hi.-, life, "In consideration of the good, 
true and thankful services, not only done by himself, but also by 
his predecessors, to us and our predecessors, of worthy memory, in 
all times past, without defection at any time from the royal obedi- 
ence that becomes good and faithful subjects. Dated at our palace 
of Holyroodhou.se, February 27, and the twenty first year of our 
reign." Signed by the King. 

A celebrated name in Scotland, was that of Alexander Hender- 
son, who next to John Knox, is considered by many as the mosl 
famous Scottish Protestant Theologian. He was Chaplain to King 
Charles I, and later mediated between the King and Parliament at 
Oxford. Was three times Moderator of the General Assembly at 
Edinburgh, when he presented a draught of the famous 'Solemn 
League and Covenant,' which with slighl modifications, passed both 
Houses and became law for the two kingdoms. Henderson died in 
Edinburgh in 1646, and his death was the occasion of a national 
mourning in Scotland. 

Ebenezer Henderson d 784-1 858) was a Scottish missionary of 

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great linguistic attainments whose field of labor covered, India, 
Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Iceland,. Germany and Russia. 

Thomas Henderson (1798-1844) was a Scotch astronomer of 
considerable distinction. He was Secretary to the Earl of Lauder- 
dale and to Lord Jeffrey. In 1831 he was made royal astronomer 
at the Cape of Good Hope, and two years later was appointed 
astronomer royal for Scotland, professor of practical astronomy at 
Edinburgh, and director of the Calton Hill Observatory. 

A romance of the family, as told by Miss Frances M. Smith, is 
furnished by a certain Sir John Henderson, who fighting the na- 
tives in darkest Africa,, was "rescued by a lady," so the record 
says. She was a royal, or a noble personage, which adds a touch 
of interest and a thrill to the narrative, and she was probably 
wearing her crown (or string of beads) at the very moment of res- 
cue, for descendants of the hero of this story, still preserve, under 
glass, ''A picture of this lady, with a coronet on her head, and a 
'landskip' " — a representation probably of the very scene of the 
rescue. 

Other Hendersons of note are : Frank H. Henderson, Vice- 
Admiral, Anglesey, Gosport; Sir Alexander Henderson (1902) 
First Baronet, Glenamond, Pertshire ; Robert Henderson, C. B. — 
The Hermitage,. Beckenham ; Capt. Harold Greenwood Henderson, 
Kitemore,Faringdon, Berks. ; Lt. Francis Barkley Henderson, Little 
Blakenham, Ipswich; Ven. James Henderson, New-Castle-on-Tyne ; 
Sir. James Henderson, Oakley House, Windsor Park, Belfast; John 
Macdonald Henderson, White House, Felixstowe. 

Thos. Henderson, of Jamestown, Va., 1607,. was born in Scot- 
land, a son Richard, married Polly Washer, and lived in Hanover 
Co. Samuel, one of several children (b 1700), married a little 
Welsh girl, Elizabeth Williams, aged about thirteen. He settled in 
Granville Co., N. C, and founded a very large and prominent 
branch of the family. His son, bearing the same name, removed to 
Kentucky at an early day where he assisted in the rescue of Jemi- 
ma Boone and Elizabeth Callaway from the Indians and on the fol- 
lowing day (7, Aug. 1776) he and Elizabeth Callaway were mar- 
ried. Their daughter, Fanny, b 29, May 1777, was the first white 
child born in the State of Kentucky, of parents married in that 
State. Another son of Samuel Henderson, Sr., was Judge Richard, 
who was appointed one of the two Associate Judges of North Caro- 
lina in 1768 by Gov. Tryon. Judge Henderson was President of 
the Transylvania Company, which, with Daniel Boone, Messrs. 
Hart and others, he organized. It was one of the greatest land 
companies ever in operation and comprised nearly the whole of 

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Kentucky. Judge Henderson married Elizabeth Keeling, step- 
daughter of his kinsman,. Judge Williams, and among his children 
were: Judge Leonard Henderson, Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of N. C. ; John Lawson Henderson, Clerk of Supreme Court ; 
Richard, and Archibald, great-grand father of Prof. Archibald 
Henderson, Ph. D., of the University of North Carolina . Gov. Alex- 
anderMartin of N. C. was of this family. Thomas Henderson was 
also the ancestor of the several generations of Nathaniel Hender- 
sons, who removed to Alabama in 1818. A descendant,. Hon. 
Charles Henderson, is now the chief executive of that State. 

Another American line is descended from Rev. Richard Hen- 
derson who married Janet Cleland. He had three sons: Archi- 
bald, Richard, and Alexander who married Sarah Moore and was 
a merchant at Colchester, Va. He came to Virginia in 1756, was a 
member of the House of Burgess before the Revolution. When 
peace was established, he was appointed by the Legislature, with 
four others: George Washington, George Mason, Thomas Jeffer- 
son and James Madison, as Commissioners to determine, in con 
junction with commissioners from Maryland, the boundary line be- 
tween the two States. They met at Mt. Vernon, the Maryland 
commissioners,, and the result of their labors is known as "The 
Compact of 1785." When Thos. Henderson of Fauquier, a grand- 
son of Alexander Henderson, was a member of the General As- 
sembly nearly a hundred years later, the Commissioners of the two 
States, who were still struggling with the boundary question, ap- 
peared before the House, and Hon. A. D. Jones, then Attorney 
General of Maryland,, addressed the Assembly, referring to the ef- 
forts made to settle the disputed lines almost a century before. Mr. 
C. E. Henderson of Easton, Maryland, is a descendant and perhaps 
the best historian of this branch. 

And yet another line was founded by John Henderson who 
married Mrs. Margaret McCain, daughter of Mrs. Susan McCain, 
of New London, Penn. They were in Virginia prior to 1740. 
Among their children were: John, who married Elizabeth Bas- 
nett; William and Margaret. John, Jr., was the father of Isaac, 
b 1773-5; Dorcas; Charles; Thomas, b 1781 in Albemarle Co., Va. ; 
William and Margaret. Mrs. Sarah Henderson Wiggins of Indi- 
anapolis is the chronicler of this family. 

But probably the most complete and authentic record of the 
family in America, is given by Dr. Jos. Lyon Miller of Thomas, W. 
Va., in his concise little volume, "The Ancestry and Descendants 
of Lieut. John Henderson," (1650-1900) ; of Greenbrier county, W. 
Va. The writer is a great-grandson of the subject of the work, 

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who is supposed to have been descendant of James Henderson, 
First Knight of Fordell (b 1450, killed in battle at Floddenfield on 
that fatal 9th of September, 1513) ; his son, John, also met his death 
at that time, as did their royal master,. King James IV. of Scot- 
land. In 1191, Sir. James Henderson was appointed King's Advo- 
cate and a few years later, Lord Chief Justice, as has previously 
been mentioned. 

As the similarity of given names between the main line of For- 
dell and the Virginia Hendersons may be of interest, the genera- 
tions from ''Burke," (1625-1850) are given: 

"Sir John Henderson married Margaret Montieth, heiress of 
Ramford; by whom he had five sons and five daughters, and was 
succeeded by his eldest son,. John Henderson, Esq., who was 
created a baronet of Nova Scotia, 15 July, 1664. Sir John married 
Margaret, daughter of Sir John Hamilton of Obieston, Lord Chief 
Justice Clerk; by whom he had two sons and two daughters, and 
dying in 1683, was succeeded by his second and only surviving 
son, Sir William, who married Miss Hamilton, daughter of Sir John 
Hamilton of Mountain Hall, by whom he had four sons and a 
daughter. He died in 1709 and was succeeded by his eldest son, 
Sir John, who married Christian, daughter of Sir Robert Anstruth- 
er, bart. of Balkaskie ; by whom he had three sons and five daugh- 
ters. Succeeded by second and eldest surviving son, Sir. Robert 
(died October, 1781) married October 3, 1784, Isabella, daughter of 
George McKenzie, Esq., of Firne ; by whom he had issue : John, 
his successor, and Sir Bruce, present Baronet (1834). Sir Bruce 
died childless, and the estate descended to his first cousin, Georgo 
Mercer, who assumed the name of Mercer-Henderson." 

John, James and Samuel Henderson, brothers and sons of Wm. 
Henderson and Margaret Bruce and grandsons of John Henderson, 
Gent., of Fifeshyre, Scotland, came to Virginia about 1740. They 
all settled in Augusta county where they married and brought up 
families. 

John Henderson was an Ensign in the Augusta Militia in the 
French and Indian War, and in 1758 received fourteen shillings 
pay. His will was recorded in Augusta county, 1766, and mentions 
a son, William, two daughters unnamed, and his wife, Rosa Finley, 
who was a sister of John Finley, one of the first Justices of the 
county. 

Samuel Henderson was also in the Augusta Militia in 1758, 
and received a like amount as pay. His will is recorded in that 
county in 1782, and mentions his wife, Jane, and the following 
children : James, Andrew, Alexander and Florence. James, died, 

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1801, and his will mentions the wife, Isabella, and children: John, 
Joseph, Jones, Alexander, Becky, Sarah,. Margaret and Jean. 

James Henderson (b 1708 Scotland, d 1781, Va.), also served 
in the Augusta Militia in the French and Indian War, first as En- 
sign and later as Lieutenant,, June 23, 1783, he married Martha, 
daughter of Audley Harrison Hamilton, Gent., and his wife 
Eleanor Adams. They were the parents of: David, John, James, 
William, Sarah, Joseph, Jean,, Samuel, Archibald and Margaret. 
Dr. Miller brings the line of descendants of James and Martha, 
Henderson, down to 1900 and embodys many interesting biographi- 
cal items. 

Among the distinguished Americans of this name are found: 
Hon. David B. Henderson of Iowa, Speaker of the National House 
of Representatives; Hon. James P. Henderson of Texas, United 
States Senator; Hon. John B. Henderson (son of Jas. and Mary 
Dawson Henderson of Danville, Va.) Federal General and United 
States Senator from Mo. ; Wm. James Henderson, Musical Critic and 
Scholar, of New Jersey ; Charles Hanford Henderson, Educator and 
writer, of Pennsylvania; and Chas. Richard Henderson, professor 
and writer, of Illinois. 

The names of many others of this family might well be men- 
tioned as history builders in America, but space does not permit. 
Collateral kinsmen of the Scotch Progenitor are scattered through- 
out the Western Hemisphere. They are engaged in every walk of 
life, and it is wholly unnecessary to enlarge upon the attributes 
and character, of this strict Covenanter family, descended from 
generation to generation, and ameliorated by each successive age. 
And while on the subject of the attainments and worth of the 
house of Henderson, it will not be out of place to remind the pa- 
tient reader of this family's honor and uprightness, thrift and en- 
terprise, courage and ambition, religious sincerity and charitable 
generosity, philanthropic spirit and statesmanship. 

The Compiler does not claim pre-eminence for this family, 
whose history is rich in the story of brave men and noble women. 
Grand and brilliant men have sprung from other blood and their 
long lines of honored and illustrious descendants have impelled the 
admiration and envy of the continent, but they have talented men 
that are able to tell about them. The Compiler has attempted to re- 
call all authentic available information of this noble ancestry, e'er 
the thoughtless destruction of records and the passing of the older 
generations has crumbled its gravestones and robed the spot in 

green. 

—J. N. M. 
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HENDERSON CHRONICLES 



FIRST GENERATION 

(1) i Henderson, the Progenitor. Several contributors advise 
that Sir Hugh Henderson, of Fordell, County Fife, Scotland, 
was undoubtedly the ancestor of the Virginia branch of the 
family with which this work treats. And bold assertions are 
made that three of his sons,. William, Alexander and John 
came to America prior to 1740 and were disinherited when 
they fought with the American colonies against the mother 
country in the war of 1776-81. This is largely conjecture. 
As a matter of fact, these three" brothers came from Fordell, 
County Fife, Scotland about the time mentioned, and located 
on Owl Creek, near Alexandria, Virginia, after which they 
soon separated. They may have participated in the Revolu- 
tionary war, there is a suspicion that they did, but no actual 
proof. 

It is the opinion of the compiler, based on considerable 
research and study, that the Progenitor, was "Alexander," 
who was a son of John Henderson, who, it is believed, was a 
lineal descendant of Sir James Henderson (1450-1513) First 
Knight of Fordell and Lord Chief Justice to King James IV 
of Scotland. 

SECOND GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER HENDERSON (1) OF FORDELL, SCOTLAND 

(2) i William Henderson, b ab 1707, Fordell, Scotland ; d ;m 

(Miss Kearns?). From Pennsylvania Colonial Records, Vol. 
XI, p 2., it noted that "Wm. Henderson was appointed Capt. 
of the Eleventh Penna. regiment, Nov. 13, 1776." He is sup- 
posed to have lived in Lancaster County, Penna., until after 
the Revolutionary War, when he probably emigrated into 
North Carolina. 

(3) ii Alexander Henderson, m Jean or Jane . With his 

brothers, Wm. and John, Alexander Henderson settled on 
Owl Creek, near Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, ab 

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1735-40. The duration of his stay in this vicinity was short, 
next he removed to Albemarle County, Va., where he pur- 
chased 400 acres of land on Lickinghole, which he sold to 
John Piper in 1779-80, who in turn sold to John Buster in 
1792. Henderson removed to Augusta County for a few years 
and hnally settled in that section of Kentucky which in 1798 
became Fleming Co. (It was formerly a part of Mason Co., 
which was formed in 1788 out of Bourbon Co., Ky.) 

Miller, in his "Genealogies," mentions Alexander Hender- 
son of Augusta County, Va., who married Sara, dau of An- 
drew and Elizabeth Wallace of Albemarle Co., who migrated 
to Madison Co., Ky., ab 1787 and settled on Paint Lick Creek. 
Whether this is the Alexander in question is a matter of un- 
certainty. Alexander was a common name in the family. 

But it is certain that the old Henderson home in Fleming 
Co., Ky.,. was located about a mile east by north, of Mt. Car- 
mel, on the north side of the State road to Virginia. The 
tract of land was inherited by a lineal descendant, Ceo. A. 
Henderson (1823-1892), it passed into the hands of a nonkins- 
man, Sani'l. Foxworthy, in 1876. The old family burying 
ground on the farm has suffered the consequences of care- 
less neglect; the fences, like Ben Bolt's Mill, have gone to de- 
cay,, and over the graves are fields of waving grain. 

Miss Falls, of Mississippi, furnishes the best account of 
her ancestor, Alexander Henderson to be found: "The first 
Henderson of whom I have any knowledge, was my gr-gr- 
father (my mother's father). He was a Scotch-Irishman who 
came over to Virginia, and later emigrated to Kentucky, set- 
tling in Fleming Co., not far from Mt. Carmel. I remember 
hearing my uncle, Alexander, say that Daniel Boone was 
often at his home. I often heard my mother speak of her 
grandfather. He lived to be quite old, and always talked 
quite broken, as my mother said. He had a number of slaves 
that he freed before he died, giving each a piece of land. I 
believe his name was Alexander, also, but am not positive on 
that point. Nor do we know the names of any of his children 
except my gr-father, Alex. Anderson. He was not of Cath- 
olic-Irish stock, but was a Presbyterian of the strictest kind, 
as were also my mother's parents." 

One contributor states that Alex. Henderson fought at the 
battle of King's Mountain, with five of his sons; and another 
advises that he was once a resident of Orange Co., Va. 

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(4) iii John Henderson, ab 1718-20; settled in Franklin Co., Pa., 
within twenty miles of Chanibersburg, nine miles of Shippens- 
burg and three miles of Upper Strausburg,. where he married 
and reared a family of credit to the name. 

(5) iv Anna Henderson (name furnished by contributors). 

(6) v Daniel Henderson, supposed by some to be of this branch. 

THIRD GENERATION 
CHILDREN OF WM. HENDERSON (2) 

(7) i Kearhs Henderson, b Lancaster Co. Pa,; m 14, Nov. 1749, 
Elizabeth Robinson of Lancaster Co.,. Pa. They removed to 
North Carolina ten or twelve years before the county of 
Mecklenburg was established. 

(8) ii John Henderson, b 1730 ; d 1786 ; m Miss Bennett. In 1786, 
John Henderson bought, in Albemarle Co., the land on which 
Milton stood, from Dr. Arthur Hopkins, who entered it in 
1732. A stream which empties into the river below Milton, 
was for many years known as Henderson's Branch. Their 
land was on the north side of the Rivanna. Milton was the 
seat of a public Tobacco Warehouse, called Henderson's, long 
after the Henderson family had removed to Kentucky. 

(9) iii Susan Henderson. 

(10) iv William Henderson. 

(11) v David Henderson. 

(12) vi. Mary Henderson. 

(13) vii James Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER HENDERSON (3) & JEAN— 

(14) i David Henderson, b 1753; Virginia; d in Fleming Co.,Ky. — 
later than 1810; m (1st) Elsey Anderson of that distinguished 
family of the Blue-Grass State; m (2nd) Isabelle Radcliffe of 
Fleming Co., Ky. 

(15) ii Jean Henderson, b Albemarle Co., Va, ; m Mr. Beatty of the 
• Pennsylvania family that has produced such personages as 

7«l — • Gen. Frank E. Beatty, commander of the 1st Division of the 
Atlantic Fleet, Judge George Beatty of Kansas, Rev. Win. 
Trimble Beatty, D. D., of Pennsylvania and Madame Louise 
Homer of the Metropolitan Opera. 

(17) iii Joseph Henderson, b Circa 1756; d ; m Nancy Os- 
borne. Res., Ky. Jos. Henderson served in the Revolution in 
the 3rd Va Regiment under Capt. John Ashby. 

(18) iv John Henderson; m ; Albemarle Co., Va. 

(19) v Samuel Hend ^rson. 

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(20) vi William Henderson, m Anna Logan, Mason Co., Ky., of the 
same family as Gen. Benj. Logan of Kentucky. Wm. Logan, 
son of Gen. Logan, is claimed to have been the first white 
child to have been born in Kentucky. He was judge of the Ky. 
Court of Appeals and United States Senator from Kentucky. 
Jane Montgomery, his aunt, m Gen. Casey of Kentucky and 
became the grandmother of the famous humorist, Mark 
Twain. And Jane Logan, his sister, m Col. John Allen, of 
Kentucky. 

(21) vii James Henderson, b ab 11360-63; m circa 1784-5, Prudence 
Campbell. Emigrated with his family in 1789 to Mayslick, 
Bourbon Co., Ky. 

(22) viii Daniel Henderson, b 9,, Mar. 1765, Albemarle Co., Va. ; d 
19, June 1828, Callaway Co., Mo. (His grave was the first to 
bear a marker, made in the Old AuxVasse cemetery) ; m ab 
1802-03, Martha Steele, b 11 Jan. 1771, Augusta Co.,. Va. ; d 
2, Sept. 1855, Callaway Co., Mo. She was the daughter of 
Lieut. Jas. Steele, of the Revolution, and Sarah Wright. Mr. 
and Mrs. Henderson emigrated to Callaway Co., Mo., in 1823, 
and purchased their first Missouri land from Chas. Younger, 
grand-father of the noted Younger Boys of the Civil War. 
The old double log house erected by the Youngers in 1822 or 
earlier, is standing today. Daniel Henderson operated a grist 
and lumber water mill on the AuxVasse creek a short dis- 
tance from his house, which, like Ben Bolt's Mill, has long 
since tumbled in, but the mill-race may be plainly seen today. 

(23) ix Robert Henderson. 

(24) x George W. Henderson. 

(25) xi Florence Henderson, b ab 1776; m ab 1798, Alexander Mc- 
Pheeters, son of Alex. McPheeters and Jane Campbell of 
Augusta Co., Va. Alex. McPheeters, Jr., m (2nd) Mrs. Ar- 
nott of Ky., Nicolas Co. 

(26) xii Alexander Henderson, b 1777; d 1859; m (1st) 1805, Mar- 
garet Hart, b 1777, Mt. Carmel, Ky. ; d 1810; m (2nd) 1812, 
Elizabeth Morrison, b 1783; d 1854; Fleming Co., Ky. Alex. 
Henderson was a merchant at Mt. Carmel, Ky. The Harts 
are well represented in Kentucky life. Susanna Hart, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel Hart, m Isaac Shelby. Hon. Carter Harri- 
son, ex-mayor of Chicago, was also of this line. Lucretia 
Hart, wife of Henry Clay, was descended from Thomas Hart. 
John and Benjamin Hart, artists, and Lieut.-Gov. Archibald 
Dixon, senator and author of the Kansas-Nebraska Bill, were 

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of David Hart's line. Nathaniel, Thomas and David were 
actively associated with Judge Richard Henderson in the or- 
ganization of the Transylvania Company. 

The Morrison family is an old and honored one in Ameri- 
ca. The first Emigrant, Thomas Morrison, came from Scot- 
land in 1765 and settled in Delaware ; he participated in the 
Revolutionary war and died in Green Co., Penn., 1832. He 
left a line of distinguished descendants, among them, Hon. 
Wm, Jennings Bryan of Nebraska, and the late Col. Robt. 
Morrison of Illinois. 

(27) xiii Elizabeth Henderson, b — — — — ■; m Benjamin Stuart of 
Augusta Co., Va., son of Archibald Stuart and Janet Brown. 
Benj. Stuart was an uncle of Judge Alex. Stuart; gr-uncle of 
Hon. Archibald Stuart (Sec 'y. of the Interior in Pres. Taylor's 
Cabinet) ; gr-gr-uncle of Gen. J. E. B. Stuart of Civil War 
fame, and gr-gr-gr-uncle of Hon. Henry Carter Stuart,, pres- 
ent Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

(28) xiv Andrew Henderson (who is supposed to have been a 
brother, by several contributors and by a descendant) ; m 7, 
April 1796, Margaret McClure, Rev. John McCue of Augusta 
Co., Va., officiating. 

(29) xv ; died in infancy. 

(30) xvi ; died in infancy. N. B. The order of births may 

not be correct. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (4), OF FRANKLIN, CO., PA. 

(31) i James Henderson, b 17, Oct, 1744; m 19, June 1770, Sarah 
Hindman. 

(32) ii Agnes Henderson, b 16, September 1746. 

(33) iii John Henderson, b 9, Dee. 1748. 

(34) iv Mary Henderson, b 19, Dec. 1750. 

(35) v Rev. Joseph Washington Henderson, b 16, Apr. 1763; d 9, 
Sept. 1836. Graduate from College of New Jersey in 1776; 
studied Theology and became a minister of the Presbyterian 
Church in Indiana Co., Penn. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF KEARNS HENDERSON (7) AND ELIZABETH ROBINSON. 

(36) i Andrew Henderson; m Elizabeth Robinson. Res. Mecklen- 
burg Co., N. C. 

(37) ii David Robinson Henderson; m Peggy, dau of Wm. B. Al- 
exander, Sr. 

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(38) iii Kearns Henderson; m Lilly Parks; removed from Mecklen- 
burg Co., N. C, to northern part of Cape Girardeau Co., Mo.,. 
1819-20. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (8) AND MISS BENNETT. 

(39) i Bennett Henderson, b 28, Sept. 1750, near Milton, Va. ; d 18, 
Jan. 1829 (some give date as 1793) ; m Elizabeth, dau of Col. 
Chas. Lewis of Buck Island and Mary Randolph (who was a 
dau of Isham Randolph and sister of Mrs. Peter Jefferson, 
mother of Pres. Thos. Jefferson). Bennett Henderson was a 
member of Lieut. George Gilmore's company which marched 
to Williamsburg 2, May 1775, to demand satisfaction of Lord 
Dunmore for the removal of power. He was Magistrate of 
Albemarle Co., in 1783. It was his land that the town of Mil- 
ton was built on; he resided there and in the exercise of a 
liberal enterprising spirit, erected a large flouring mill and a 
tobacco warehouse that during the next thirty years, pre- 
served the name of Henderson in the community. 

(40) ii Capt. William Henderson; with his brother John,, he march- 
ed to Williamsburg 11, July 1775, under Lieut. Geo. Gilmer. 
Later he was commissioned Captain in the 9th Va. 

(41) iii John Henderson, b bef. 1757, in Albemarle Co., Va. ; d 1790 
in Albemarle Co. ; m Frances, dau John Moore and Miss Jou- 
ett. John Henderson was owner, by gift, from his father and 
father-in-law, of a large tract of land lying below Milton and 
in the Biscuit Run Valley. He was High Sheriff of the coun- 
ty 1757-80, and Magistrate in 1783. He was a private in 1775 
under Col. Chas. Lewis. 

(42) iv Elizabeth Henderson; m 1st, Isham Lewis; m 2nd, David 
Crawford. 

(43) v Frances Henderson; m John Thomas of Amherst Co., Va., 
who m (2nd) Ann Lewis, sister of Elizabeth Lewis, see No. 39. 

(44) vi Mary Henderson; m 1st, David Wood; m 2nd, Hon. D. Bul- 
lock, Atty. of the Albemarle bar in 1791. 

(45) vii Susan Henderson; m John Robert Clark; son of Micajah 
Clark and Judith Adams, of Albemarle and Bedford counties, 
Virginia. W 

(46) viii Hannah Henderson; m Mr. Bullock. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HENDERSON (14) AND ELSEY ANDERSON. 

(47) i Alexander Henderson, b Fleming Co., Ky; m Margaret Pat- 
ton, dau of Jas. Patton, Sr., who settled in Kentucky at an 
early day. 

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(48) ii Joseph Henderson, b 1787; d 1835; in 5, Jan. 1815, Susan 
Radcliffe, dau of Thos. and Mary Radcliffe ; b 4, May 1793 ; d 
Callaway Co., Mo., 10, Feb. 1880. Jos. Henderson settled in 
Callaway Co., Mo. 1831— From Fleming Co., Ky. 

(49) iii John Henderson, b 1793; d- -; m 21,. Nov. 1816, Mary 
(Polly) Banton, b 1797; Settled in Callaway Co. 1835, laid 
out Concord, in the county in 1837. 

(50) iv William Henderson, M. D. ; m Mrs. Emily (Drake) Irvine, 
settled in Audrain Co., Mo. 

(51) v Elizabeth Henderson; m 1st, Wm. Duncan, who settled in 
Callaway Co., Mo. 1826 ; his father, David Duncan of Scot- 
land, having come to Boston some years earlier, and thence to 
Mercer Co., Ky. Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan, m 2nd, Mr. Patton. 

(52) vi Margaret L. Henderson; m James T. Leeper. They resided 
for a time in Nicholas Co., Ky.,. but came to Concord, Mo., 
1829, where Mr. Leeper bought a New Madrid claim of 640 
acres. He was a soldier of the war of 1812. 

(53) vii Rachael Henderson ; m Andrew Leeper. 

(54) viii Eleanor Jane Henderson, b 14, Apr. 1811 ; d 19, Jan. 
1881 ; m Robert Morrison ; res. Callaway Co., Mo. 

(55) ix Elsie (Alcyand) Henderson,, b 1783; d 9, Feb. 1845. Con- 
cord, Mo. ; m Thos. Mclntire, b 1779 ; d 28, May 1842, Con- 
cord, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HENDERSON (14) AND ISABELLA RADCLIFFE. 

(56) i Mary Henderson, b 22,. May 1808; d 12, May 1887, Concord, 
Mo.; m 30, Mar. 1830, Wm. McPheeters (78), b 10, Feb. 1803; 
d 10, May 1885. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH HENDERSON (17) AND NANCY OSBORNE. 

(57) i Joseph Henderson, Jr., b circa 1775,. Ky. ; d Feb. 1845, from 
accidental poisoning; m Lucy Collier, dau of John and Mil- 
dred Collier, b ab. 1780; d 18, May 1838, Randolph Co., Mo. 
In the fall of 1832, Jos. Henderson and family removed to 
Randolph Co., Mo., from Madison Co., Ky., where he farmed 
and was a cobbler for the community. 

(58) ii. 

(59) iii. 

CHILDREN OF WM. HENDERSON (20) AND ANNA LOGAN. 

(60) i David Henderson. 

(61) ii Anna Henderson. 

(62) iii John Henderson. 

(63) iv William Henderson, Jr. 

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(64) v Jane M. Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES HENDERSON (21) AND PRUDENCE CAMPBELL 

(65) i John Henderson, b ab 1785-6, Va. ; went to Bourbon Co., Ky. 
1789. 

(66) ii George Henderson, b 1789, Va. ; m Mary, dau Win. Walter 
William and Henrietta Wheeler. Removed to Bourbon Co., 
Ky., with father, in 1789, when less than a year of age ; in- 
herited pioneer spirit and rode horseback to St. Louis, Mo., 
1833, where he was offered the block on which the Planter's 
Hotel now stands, for $25.00 or his pony,, declining, he push- 
ed on to Boonville, but later returned and procured a thous- 
and acres in the heart of the Florisant Valley, near Bridge- 
ton. He also leased 500 acres of the commons for 99 years at 
10c per acre. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL HENDERSON (22) AND MARTHA STEELE. 

(67) i Alexander H. Henderson, b 6, July 1804, Fleming Co. Ky. ; 
d 1, May 1863, Portland, Callaway Mo.; m 15, Mar. 1837, 
Hadassah (dau of Jas. Finley and Mary Ramsey, of Lincoln 
Co., Mo.— formerly of Shelby Co. Ky.), b 17, Sept. 1814; d 
29, Nov. 1887, Callaway Co., Mo. Mr. Henderson was the sec- 
ond surveyor of Callaway Co., Mo., taking his office in 1827 ; 
a tobacco merchant at Portland, Mo., and later a general 
merchant at Fulton, Mo. He loved to hunt,, but according to 
Mr. Glenndye, a neighbor, he was not a good marksman. Mr. 
Glenndye said that if Mr. Henderson ever killed a deer he 
would have to hold it. One day alone in the forest, Mr. 
Glenndye was attacked by an angry stag and dodged behind 
a tree, the stag continued his attack and his victim was forced 
to grasp the huge antlers around either side of the tree and 
to call for help. Mr. Henderson hearing the call, came and 
shot the stag. "There, I told you if you ever killed a deer I 
would have to hold it," was the thrust from Mr. Glenndye. 

(68) ii Judge James Steele Henderson, b 2, Sept. 1807; d Jan. 
1884, Fulton, Mo. ; m June 1832, Emily Boone (b 1813; d 
1873) dau Jesse B. Boone and gr-dau of the noted pioneer 
Daniel Boone and Rebecca Bryan. Jesse Boone was one of the 
commissioners appointed to organize Callaway Co., 1820 ; and 
a member of the General Assembly of Mo., during its first 
session. Judge Henderson came to Callaway with his father, 
from Fleming Co., Ky., in 1823; in 1827 obtained a situation 
in a store in Fulton, Mo., as a clerk; in 1830 he opened a 

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store of his own in the same town ; elected Treasurer of Calla- 
way in 1842 ; later treasurer of the Mo. State Insane Asylum 
No. 1, located at Fulton; Second Treas. of Westminster Col- 
lege. In 1860 was instrumental in organizing the Fulton 
branch of the Western Bank of Mo., and was elected cashier, 
which position he held during the life of the Bank, 1860-65. 
Mrs. Henderson was one of the thirteen charter members of 
Fulton Presbyterian church. 

(69) iii John Steele Henderson, b 7, Jan. 1810, Augusta Co.,. Va. ; 
d 23, May 1895, Callaway Co., Mo.; m (1st), 20, Apr. 1841, 
Mary E. Snell, (dau Maj. W. W. Snell and sister of Col. Wm. 
Snell) b 21, Nov. 1817, Scotts Co. Ky. ; d 21, June 1858, Calla- 
way Co., Mo.; m (2nd) 15, March 1860, Elizabeth Pratt (dau 
Wm. Pratt of Tenn. and Ann Burchett) b 17, Jan. 1820; d 
1901, Callaway Co., Mo. Mr. Henderson was long a ruling 
elder in the Old AuxVasse Presbyterian church. Connected 
with his brother, Judge Jas. Henderson of Fulton, in the mer- 
cantile business for ten years. A man of deep thought, and 
like Gen. Von Moltke, was distinguished for his silence. 

(70) iv Fulton M. Henderson, d in infancy, Kentucky. 

(71) v Jane Wright Henderson, b 15, Jan. 1812, Augusta Co., Va. ; 
d 1, Dec, Callaway Co., Mo. ; m 14, July 1830, Col. Isaac Tate, 
b 29, Aug, 1808, Green Co., Ky. ; d 15, Feb. 1889, AuxVasse, 
Mo. Col. Tate was the son of John Tate, Esq. (b 3,. Nov. 
1772, Augusta Co., Va.; d 1, Aug. 1854, Callaway Co., Mo.) m 
27, Feb. 1784, Elizabeth McClanahan, dau of Elijah McClana- 
han. John Tate, Esq., was a son of Capt. Jas. Tate who was 
killed in the battle of Guilford Courthouse 15, Mar. 1781, and 
his wife, Sarah Hall (dau of Edward Hall and Eleanor Stu- 
art). Sarah Hall was a cousin to: Hon. John Brown who 
served three consecutive terms in the U. S. Senate from Ky. ; 
Judge Mason Brown of Ky. ; Hon. B. Gratz Brown, Gov. of 
Mo., and candidate for Vice-Pres. of the United States on the 
Greely ticket ; Hon. Jas. Brown,. U. S. Senator from New 
Orleans and later Minister to France; Jno. H. Fulton, M. C, 
Va.— Hon. Alex. Stuart, Judge U. S. Court in Mo. ; Hon. A. 
H. Stuart, member of Congress from Virginia, and Sec. of In- 
terior in Pres. Taylor's Cabinet,, and a sister to Judge John 
Hall, of the Supreme Court of N. C. 

Col. Isaac Tate, although never a seeker for public office, 
was a distinguished debater, public spirited citizen and zeal- 
ous worker in the Presbyterian Church. He was a ruling 
elder in the Old AuxVasse church for 56 1-2 years, a frequent 

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delegate to the Synod of Mo., and Gen. Assembly. "Was a 
member of the Board of Westminster College from its foun- 
dation until his death. He gained his military title by being 
elected to the command of a regiment of volunteers in what 
was known as the Mormon war. Mrs. Tate united with the 
church of her husband in 1832 and lived in its communion un- 
til her death. She was a woman of the noblest Christian 
character, choosing to think of and comment on the virtues 
of her friends and acquaintances rather than to notice their 
faults. 

(72) vi Sarah Henderson; d in infancy, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. HENDERSON (24) AND 

(73) i Alexander Henderson; res. Green Co., Tenn. 

(74) ii Robert Henderson. 

(75) iii Samuel Henderson. 

(76) iv Jane Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF FLORENCE HENDERSON (25) AND ALEX. McPHEETERS 

(77) i Robert McPheeters, b 20, Sept. 1800; d 26, Mar. 1882, Calla- 
way Co. Mo. ; m 14, Mar. 1822, Jane L. McKee, b 22, Feb. 
1793, Bourbon Co., Ky. ; d 13, Mar. 1880, Callaway Co., Mo. 

(78) ii William McPheeters, b 10, Feb. 1803; d 10, May 1885, Cal- 
laway Co., Mo.; m 30, Mar. 1830, Mary Henderson (56), b 22, 
May 1808, Fleming Co. Ky. ; d 12, May 1887, Callaway Co., 
Mo. Mr. McPheeters built and opened the second business 
house of Concord, Mo. (town organized 1837). 

(79) iii. 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER HENDERSON (26) AND MARGARET HART. 

(80) i David J. Henderson, b 6, Sept. 1806, Mt. Carmel, Ky ; d 17, 
Jan. 1876, near Fulton, Mo. ; m 4, Dec. 1834, Mary Reed 
Blackenburg, b 2, Sept. 1814; d 4, Oct. 1911, Carrington, Mo. 
In 1828, Mr. Henderson emigrated from Fleming Co., Ky., to 
Callaway Co., Mo., and lived in Fulton for some years, in 
1852 he removed to a farm 3 1-2 miles south of Fulton. By 
occupation he was a carpenter and a skilled mechanic ; help- 
ed design and build Missouri's first Insane Asylum at Fulton, 
and he designed and erected the first county court house. 

(81) ii Hannah Henderson, b 1807, Fleming Co., Ky; d 1883,. Mt. 
Carmel Ky. ; unm. 

(82) iii Margaret Ann Henderson, b 18, July 1810, Mt. Carmel, 
Ky. ; d 20, Jan. 1880, Caldwell, Callaway Co., Mo. ; m 19, Sept. 
1833, John Dunlap Howe; (d, 2, Oct. 1883, Callawy Co. Mo.). 

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son of Rev. Jos. Price Howe, (a Presbyterian minister of 
Penna.) and Rebecca Price. John D. Howe was born in N. 
Carolina and removed to Mt. Sterling, Ky. 1793 ; m (1st) 
Sarah Ann Purnell who d Jan. 1833. In 1847,. he, with his 
second family, came to Callaway Co., Mo., where he farmed 
and also worked at the cobbler's trade. 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER HENDERSON (26) AND ELIZABETH 

MORRISON. 

(83j i Robert M. Henderson, b 1813; d ; m 1836-7, Lucinda 

Porter of Ky. Removed to Lexington, Mo., soon after mar- 
riage, and just before the Civil war,, to St. Louis, Mo. 

(84) ii Thomas Alexander Henderson, b 1816, Fleming Co., Ky. ; 
d 1896, Mt. Carmel, Ky; m (1st) 1838, Harriet S. Quaintance, 
b 1819 ; d 1877,. Ky. ; m (2nd) 1878, Nancy Katherine Glas- 
cock, b 1838, Ky. ; d 1893, Ky. Res. Mt. Carmel, Ky. 

(85) iii James William Henderson, b 1817,. Fleming Co., Ky. ; 
d suddenly of heart failure Dec. 1888; m (1st) 1865, Helen 
Hockaday,. d 1870; m (2nd) 1878, Nannie T. Pittinger, b 1847, 
res. Covington, Ky., J. W. Henderson participated in the 
Mexican war and returning home became a merchant at Mt. 
Carmel, Ky. 

(86) iv Martha Ellen Henderson, b 5, June 1819, Fleming Co. Ky. ; 
d 7, June 1871, Urbana, 111. ; m 9, Mar. 1848, Jesse Falls, d 15, 
Jan. 1901, Champaign, 111. (he m 2nd, 1872, Elizabeth R. Por- 
ter (sister of Lucinda Porter, see No. 83, d 24,. Feb. 1915). 
Mr. Falls came from Ohio to Mt. Carmel, Ky. when 21 years 
of age, and was a tailor; in 1855 he and Mrs. Falls removed 
to Urbana, 111., where he became engaged in marble works. 

(87) v George Austin Henderson (commonly called "Charlie, "), b 
1823; d 1892, Mt. Carmel, Ky.; m (1st) Mrs. Sara (Seybold) 
Nute, b 1834; d 1, Aug. 1888; m (2nd) 1890, Josephine 
Power, res. Kansas City, Mo. Charlie Henderson was a mer- 
chant in Mt. Carmel, Ky., and owned extensive lands in the 
county near the town, including old Henderson Place,, which 
he sold in 1876. He was a substantial business man and be- 
came President of a large bank in Mt. Carmel. 

(88) vii John Lowery Henderson, b 1821, Fleming Co., Ky. ; d 
1837 ; unm. ; a highly respected young farmer. It is related 
that on the 4th of July, 1837, he had attended a horse race in 
the county and was returning home to late dinner. Old Sil- 
ler, a negro slave woman, directed him to a "Hoe-cake" in 
the pantry, and being hungry, he ate heartily. On the fol- 

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lowing day he was found dead in a sitting posture, leaning 
against a tree by the creek. Investigations proved the guilt 
of the old negro woman, who confessed putting poison in the 
cake, intentionally. Feeling ran high in the community, the 
old slave was given money and invited to cross the river, 
which she did, but later returned and died in a cabin on the 
Henderson farm. Others of the family suffered from the 
poisoned hoe-cake and escaped death only because of having 
eaten sparingly. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH HENDERSON (27) AND BENJAMIN 

STUART. 

(89) i Alexander Stuart. 

(90) ii Mary Stuart; m 21,, Aug.' 1862, Samuel Hunter Steele, b 20, 
July 1827, Waynesboro, Va.; d 28, Sept. 1898, Augusta Co., 
Va. Col. Sam'l. Steele was the son of Capt Samuel Steele, 
Jr., (of the war of 1812) and Frances Hunter. Capt. Sam 
Steele was a brother to Martha Steele, see No. 22. 

(91) iii Archibald Stuart. 

(92) iv Benjamin Stuart, Jr.; m Clem Willson; res. Fort Worth, 
Texas. 

CHILDREN OF ANDREW HENDERSON (28) AND MARGARET McCLURE. 

(93) i Alexander Henderson, who in 1819, resided in Green Co., 
Tenn. 

(94) ii Samuel Henderson; d 19, March 1819. 

(95) iii Anna Henderson; m Mr. Hutcherson; Res. Blount Co., 
Tenn. 

(96) iv George Henderson. 

(97) v Daniel Henderson; Augusta Co., Va. 

(98) vi Martha Henderson, Callaway Co., Mo., (1830). 

(981-2) vii Judge James Henderson; a member of the first grand 
jury in Callaway county, 1821 ; judge of the County Court, 
1826 ; a charter member of the New Providence Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church, organized at Round Prairie, Callaway 
Co., 1823. His wife, Mary, was also a charter member. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON 18 & 

(99) i John Henderson, b Albemarle Co., Va. ; m Sarah Laughlin 
of Kentucky. Emigrated from Albemarle Co., Va. (probably 
with his parents) to Richmond, Ky. ; and in 1817, to Boone 
Co., Mo., locating six miles from Columbia. He was closely 
associated with Hon. Jas. Rollins in the founding of the Uni- 
versity of Mo., at Columbia, 1839, from which his gr-gr-son, 

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Maurice E. Hays, graduated in 1915. 
(100) ii Joseph Henderson,, b Kentucky; in and remained in Ky. 
(101; iii Annie Henderson; removed from Richmond, Ky., to Boone 

Co., Mo. "Midway," post-office; m Mr. Dougles. 
(102 j iv Henderson. 

(103) v Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL HENDERSON (19) AND 

(104) i Samuel Henderson; Kentucky. 
(101 1-1,) ii Jane Henderson; Kentucky. 
(101 3-4) iii Alexander Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES HENDERSON (31) AND SARAH HINDMAN. 

(105) i Martha Henderson, b 12, June 1771. 

(106) ii Sarah Henderson, b 6, Sept. 1773. 

(107) iii James Henderson,. Jr., b 17, Nov. 1775. 

(108) viii Mary Henderson, Jr., b 24, Sept. 1777. 

(109) iv John Henderson, Jr., b 25, May 1780; d 25, Sept. 1847, 
Indiana Co., Penn. ; m 25, Oct. 1804, Anna, dau of James 
Patrick Jack and Mrs. Anna (Storey) Watson — widow of 
the late David Watson. John Henderson was born in Frank- 
lin Co., and in 1799, went to Indiana Co., and became a 
member of the family of his uncle, Rev. Jos. W. Henderson,. 
D. D., of the congregations of Bethel and Ebenezer in that 
county. He remained here until his marriage, when he re- 
moved to the northern part of the county where he located 
on a farm which was given his wife by her father who had 
received it from the State as part pay for his services in the 
Revolution. Mrs. Henderson d 1869. 

(110) v Agnes Henderson, Jr., b 18, March 1782. 

(111) vi Samuel Henderson, b 25, June 1784. 

(112) vii Xancy Henderson, b 11, Sept. 1787. 

(113) viii Joseph Henderson, b 17, Jan. 17081. 

CHILDREN OF REV. JOS. WASHINGTON HENDERSON, D. D. (35) AND— 

(114) i Henderson. 

(115) ii Hon. Jos. Henderson of Pennsylvania, who was a member 
of Congress from that State (1833-36) is supposed to have 
been of this family. 



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FIFTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF ANDREW HENDERSON (36) AND ELIZABETH ROBIN- 
SON. 

(116; i Mary Henderson; m Wm. (Blind Billy) Alexander. 

(117) ii Theresa Henderson; m W. B. Alexander, Jr. 

(118) iii Clarence Henderson; in Harper Kearns. 

(119) iv Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HENDERSON (37) AND PEGGY ALEXANDER. 

(lzO) i Jane Henderson; m E. C. Davidson. 

(121) ii J. Harvey Henderson; in Metty (Battj Erwin. 

(122) iii J. Me. Henderson, M. D. ; in a cousin of Dr. John Robin- 
son. 

(123) iv Isaac Henderson; m . 

(124) v Henderson (son). 

CHILDREN OF KEARNS HENDERSON (38) AND LILLY PARKS. 

(125) i David Henderson; m Miss Wallace ; m (2nd) a dau of Isaac 
Henderson, his third cousin. 

(126; ii James P. Henderson; Res Charlottesville, N. C. 

(127) iii Robert Henderson. 

(128) iv Edward Henderson; m . 

(129) v Cyrus Henderson; d 1844; m (1st) 2, Jan. 1818, Jane Har- 
ris; m (2nd) Margaret McKnight. Cyrus Henderson came to 
Cape Girardeau Co., Mo., 1818-19. 

(130) vi Elizabeth Henderson; m Mr. Baldwin; came to Mo. 1818. 

CHILDREN OF BENNETT HENDERSON (39) AND ELIZABETH LEWIS. 

(131) i John Henderson; m Ann Barber Hudson, sister of Rebecca, 
See No. 145. 

(132) iii Sarah Henderson, b 23, Jan. 1781; d 15, Aug. 1817, Glas- 
gow, Ky. ; m 1, Dec. 1795, Rev. John Rice Kerr, b 1, Aug. 
1770; d of cholera, 28, June 1833; Mr. Kerr m (2nd) 1819, 
Frances Powell, d July 1833. There was an able attorney 
of the Albemarle bar in 1791 of this name. Mr. Kerr was a 
son of Jas. Kerr (b 1729) and Sara Rice (m 10, May 1756), 
Elizabeth Kerr, a sister of J. R. K., m Jos. Jones Monroe, a 
brother of Pres. Jas. Monroe. The Kerr family removed 
from Albemarle Co., Va., to Glasgow and Danville, Ky., in 
1802. And in 1823, Mr.' Kerr became Superintendent of the 
Kentucky Deaf and Dumb Institution, which position he 
held until his death, in 1833. Lived at Bowling Green, Ky. 

(134) iv James P. Henderson; d 1835, Cock's Tavern (suicide) ; m 

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Margaret C, dau of Richard Pollard and Pauline Rives, and 
gr-dau of Robert Rives and Margaret Cabell (dau of Col. 
Win. Cabell and Margaret Jordan). The public career of 
the Cabell family is a matter of history. Win. C. Rives, 
brother of Paulina Rives,, did service as a U. 8. Senator and 
Minister to Prance; Alexander Rives, another brother, was 
a member of Congress and Judge of the U. S. Court in the 
western District of Virginia. Jas. P. Henderson was an At- 
torney of the Albemarle bar in 1830. The historian Wood 
says that he was a gr-son of Justice John Blair of the Su- 
preme Court, and one of the heirs of Blair Park, and by 
purchasing in 1831, the interest of John Blair Peachy, the 
other heir, he became the sole owner. He also owned site 
named for him at Henderson, Ky. 

(135) v Isham Henderson; m Miss Kirtley; res Henry Co., Ky. 

(136) vi Bennett Henderson. 

(137) vii Hillsborough Henderson. 

(139) ix Frances Henderson; m Thomas Hornsby,, Shelby Co., Ky. 

(110) x Lucy Henderson; m John Wood, a descendant of Valen- 
tine Wood of Buck's Island, Albemarle Co., Va.,, and his 
wife, Lucy Henry, a sister of the famous Patrick Henry. 

(141) xi Charles Henderson; m Margaret Rogers, b 12, Feb. 1789; 
d 1871. 

(142) xii Xancy Crawford Henderson; m Matthew Nelson; d 1870. 
Descendant of Gov. Thomas Nelson of Virginia. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (41) AND FRANCES MOORE. 

(143) i Bennett Henderson; — To Jessamine Co., Ky., 1800. 

(144) ii Matthew Henderson; — To Jessamine Co., Ky., 1804. 

(145) iii William Henderson; m Rebecca, dau of John Hudson, (d 

1801) ; and gr-dau of John Hudson (d 1827) and Aim ; 

Wm Henderson conveyed 600 acres of land on Biscuit Run 
to Walter Coles in 1806, when presumably he joined his 
kindred in the west. See No. 131. 

(146) iv Mary Henderson; m Hopkins Lewis and lived on a farm 
on Biscuit Run, given her by her father. Mis-management 
caused the court to take it from the control of H. Lewis in 
1801 ; his seven children scattered over Kentucky and Ten- 
nessee, appointed attorneys to dispose of the tract in 1827. 

(147) v Frances Henderson; m John Hines, who lived at the Pil- 
lars of Hercules, Albemarle Co., Va., now known as Milling- 
ton. Sold his land in 1807, to Thos. Ellis and removed to 
Kentucky, where after his death his widow became the wife 

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of John Nichol of Allen Co. Collins, in his History of Ken- 
tucky, speaks of Gen. John H. Morgan's grateful acknowl- 
edgement ox the great ingenuity of Capt. Thos. Hines (of 
tnis lamiiyj in devising and cooly directing the escape of 
liiniseii anu six of his captains from the Federal penitenti- 
ary at Columbus, Ohio, in Nov. 1863. Capt. Hines was nol, 
over Zo at tue time, a young man of great tact, energy, 
nerve and eudurance, who argued in his mind that the dry- 
ness of tiie prison cells must be due to air passages or ven- 
tilators beneath, to prevent the moisture from rising. A 
plan was conceived to remove the brick and cement in the 
hoors, locate the air chambers and by undermining tlie 
foundations, escape. The work was begun on the 4th of 
Aovember and completed on the 26th. The escape was cau- 
tiously made on the 28th. 

(14b; vi Sarah Henderson; m Micajah Clark, son of Christopher 
and Penalope Clark. The family removed to Bedford, now 
Campbell Co., Va. 

(149) vii Elizabeth- Henderson; m Peter Martin, Albemarle Co., 
Virginia. 

CHILDREN Or' ELIZABETH HENDERSON (42) AND ISHAM LEWIS. 

(150 j i Isham Henderson Lewis. 

(151) ii Sarah Lewis. 

(152) iii Charles Lewis. 

CHILDREN OP FRANCES HENDERSON (43) AND JOHN THOMAS. 

(154) i Warner Thomas. In the early part of the century, with 
his brother, Norborne, and a half brother, John L. Thomas, 
he did business in Richmond ; N. K. Thomas and Co., Com- 
mission merchants, retiring from the business in 1818. 

(155) ii Norborne Thomas. 

(156) iii James Thomas. 

(157) iv Elizabeth Thomas; m Mr. Wood. 

(158) v Lucy Thomas; m Capt. James Lewis, who d ae. 93, son of 
David Lewis and Miss Terrell. Capt. Jas. Lewis was a gal- 
lant soldier of the Revolution,, a magistrate, a contractor 
and a large land-holder. For some years he owned and kept 
the Old Stone Tavern in Charlottesville, Va. Was financial 
agent for Pres. Monroe and much employed by courts and 
fellow citizens in the appraisement and division of estates. 
His first residence was the old home of his father; in 1818, 
he emigrated to Franklin Co., Tenn., returning in 1826, 

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after the death of his wife, and married Mary, the daughter 
of Peter Marks. There were 11 children by first union. Capt. 
Lewis commanded the 4th company of the 2nd Batallion, 
Va. Cavalry; and from 1791-1802, the 47th regiment. 
CHILDREN OF SUSAN HENDERSON (45) AND JNO. ROBT. CLARK. 

(150) i Hon. Robert Clark; removed to Kentucky, where he be- 
came the first manufacturer of iron in the State. Repre- 
sented Clark Co., Ky., in State Legislature , 1797, 98, 99, 
1800, 01. 

• v 160) ii Hon. James Clark, b 6, Jan. 1757, Bedford Co., Va. ; d 27, 
Aug. 1839, Frankford, Ky. ; moved to Clark Co., Ky., with 
parents, studied law and commenced practice at Winches- 
ter, Ky., 1797; member State House of Representatives sev- 
eral years ; 1810, appointed Judge of the Court of Appeals ; 
elected to Congress from Kentucky, 1813-16; resigned and 
became a Judge of the Circuit Court, 1817-24 ; returned to 
Congress 1825-30 ; Speaker State Senate 1832 ; Elected 
Governor of Kentucky 1836, died in office, 1839. 

(161) iii Bennett Clark; m Martha Bullock; Represented Mont- 
gomery Co., Ky., in State Legislature 1797 ; family removed 
to Fayette, Mo., early in 19th century. 

(162) iv Christian Clark; a very distinguished lawyer of Virginia. 

b Albemarle Co., 1867; member State Legislature several tj 
terms ; served in 8th and 9th Congresses as Jefferson Demo- 
crat. 

(163) v Susan Clark; Clark Co., Ky. 

(164) vi Mourning Clark (believed to be of this family) ; m Wm. 
B. Key and removed to Elbert Co., Ga. He was a cousin to 
Francis Scott Key, author of "The Star Spangled Banner." 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH HENDERSON (48) AND SUSAN RADCLIFFE. 

U65) i John Thomas Henderson, b 3, Feb. 1816; d 20, Dec. 1898, 
Callaway Co., Mo.; m 21, Dec. 1843, Nancy A. Allen, b 18, 
Oct. 1824 (dau of Capt. Arch. Allen and Anna Galbreath) ; 
res. AuxVasse, Mo. John T. Henderson came to Callaway 
Co., Mo., with his parents in 1834, engaged in farming and 
breeding thorough-bred horses. Sheriff of the county 1868. 
Mrs. Nancy Henderson, oldest Callawegian present at Home 
Comer.'s Week, held in Fulton, Mo., 1915. 

(166) ii David Henderson; d ab 1835. 

(167) iii Elsey Ann Henderson; d ab 1835. 

(168) iv Wm. G. Henderson; unin; dec. 

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(169) v Mary Ellen Henderson; d 1835; m Judge Bazil Offutt of 
Audrain County,. Mo., and who represented that county in 
the Mo. Legislature in 1849-50. He d 1853, a highly re- 
spected citizen. 

(170) vi Martha iSusan Henderson; 

(171) vii Joseph A. Henderson. 

(172) viii Lucy Jane I. Henderson, b 6, Feb. 1826; d 29, Oct. 1886, 
Callaway Co., Mo.; in William C. Leeper (196), b 1, Aug. 
1817; d 9,. Feb. 1897; a son of Jas. Leeper and Margaret 
Henderson (52) of Nicholas Co., Ky., who came to Callaway 
Co., Mo., 1829. 

(173) ix James S. Henderson, b 29, June 1831; d 26, April 1915, 
Callaway Co.,. Mo.; m (1st) 1871, Mary C. Craig, dau of 
Carter Craig of Hatton, Mo. ; m (2nd) Margaret Calhoun, b 
1838; d 12, Feb. 1912. Mr. Henderson was a prominent 
farmer and stock man. 

(174) x Elizabeth P. Henderson, b 1833-4, Fleming Co., Ky. ; m 
17, Oct. 1854, A. Perry Pollard, b 1, Oct. 1826 ; Res. Fulton, 
Mo. Mrs. Pollard has retired from active life, but is endow- 
ed with a wonderful memory. The compiler is indebted to 
her untiring research for much of the data contained in 
these chronicles. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (49) AND POLLY BANTON. 

(175) i Mary Ann Henderson, b 8, Nov. 1819; d 5, May 1857; m 
Joseph Sallee, Concord, Missouri; farmer. 

(176) ii Elizabeth Henderson,, b 1855; m 9, Dec. 1873, Jas. H. 
Baynham, b 1850, enterprising farmer, McCredie, Mo. 

(177) iii Louise Henderson. 

(178) iv Frances J. Henderson, b 19, May 1827; d 29, April 
1857 ; m 22, Sept. 1853,. Richard M. Barnes, b 31, May 1832, 
Clark Co., Ky. ; son of Alfred Charles Barnes and Helen 
Lackland. Mr. Barnes came to Callaway Co., Mo., 1850; he 
m (2nd), 1857, Sarah J. Fry; m (3rd), Arabella Frances; a 
cousin of his, Rev. Jas. Barnes, of Boone Co., Mo., was a 
noted pioneer Baptist minister and taught school at 
Cooper's Fort during the Indian wars. The celebrated Kit 
Carson was a pupil. A sister, Sophia, m Jefferson Boggs, 
brother of Gov. Boggs, and settled in Cooper Co., Mo. 

(179) v John B. Henderson, b 14, March 1822, Fleming Co., Ky. ; 
d 26, Jan. 1890, Callaway Co., Mo.; m March 1841, Mary 
McPheeters (284), b 14, Sept. 1823; d 5, April 1898. He was 
a farmer, Concord, Mo. 

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(180) vi Joseph Henderson, b 1836; ni Louise Blackburn. 

(181) vii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF DR. WM. HENDERSON (50) AND MRS. EMILY IRVINE. 

(181) i John Henderson; m ; farmer, Mexico, Mo. 

(183) ii Mary Henderson; dec. 

(184) iii Thomas Chalmers Henderson; m Mildred (Millie) Cau- 
thorn of Mexico, Mo. Mr. Henderson is an elder in the 
Presbyterian Church; farmer and stockman, Audrain Co., 
Mo. Attended Westminster College 1866-67. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH HENDERSON (51) AND WM. DUNCAN. 

(185) i David Henderson Duncan; m Eliza Morrison (209); Cal- 
laway Co., Mo. 

(186) ii Mitchell Duncan; m Elizabeth Sheley. 

(187) iii William Duncan; m Judith Duncan, a cousin. 

(188) iv Alfred H. Duncan. 

(189) v Nancy M. Duncan; m John Patton, Fulton, Mo. 

(190) vi Amanda E. Duncan ; m Thomas Patton, son of Jas. and 
Elizabeth Patton, emigrated to Callaway Co., Mo., 1826. 
Thos. Patton was Postmaster at Fulton, Mo., during Pres. 
Pierce's administration; mayor of Fulton, 1861; and Asses- 
sor of Callaway Co., 1867-70. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Patton 
were charter members of Concord Presbyterian Church, or- 
ganized 1833, and removing to Fulton, became charter mem- 
bers of the Presbyterian Church organized at Fulton, 1835. 

(191) vii Jane E. Duncan. 

(192) viii Duncan. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET HENDERSON (52) AND JAS. T. LEEPER. 

(193) i David Henderson Leeper; m Martha Scott. 

(194) ii John H. Leeper. 

(195) iii James Leeper; m Florence McPheeters (285); Concord, 
Mo. 

(196) iv Wm. C. Leeper, 1, Aug. 1817; d 9, Feb. 1897; m Lucy 
Jane Henderson (172), b 6, Feb. 1826; d 29, Oct. 1886. 

(197) v Susan Leeper; m E. Adams. 

(198) vi Ellen H. Leeper; m Mr. Thompson. 

(199) vii Louisa Leeper, b 1808; d 29, Jan. 1881; m John Price. 

(200) viii Isabella C. Leeper, b ab 1811 ; d 3, Nov. 1888 ; m 12, 
Sept. 1844, Wm. N. Pledge, b 24, Oct. 1812, Goochland Co., 
Ya. (son of Wm. Pledge and Mary Gray, who removed to 
Ross Co., O., 1824, and to Concord, Mo., 1831.) Wm. N. 
Pledge assisted in the Black-Hawk war as a member of 

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Capt. Pat. Euing's Co., 1832; returning to Callaway Co. 
after war; went to Galena, 111., in 1837, and engaged in the 
brick business, built the first brick kiln in the Mississippi 
Valley, above Quincy ; returned to Callaway Co., 1839 ; Cor- 
oner of the county 1850-52; d 16, Nov. 1884. 

(201) ix Amanda Henderson Leeper. 

(202) x Elizabeth Leeper; m Mr. Adams. 

CHILDREN OF RACHAEL HENDERSON (53) AND ANDREW LEEPER. 

(203) i Florence Leeper; m Jas. Pledge, son of Arch. Pledge. 

(204) ii Sallie Leeper; m James Harrison. 

(205) iii Susan Leeper; m Robert Philip Thurmond, b Va., came 
to Pike Co., Mo., when a young man and removed to Calla- 
way Co., Mo., many years afterward. While in Pike Co., he 
was intimately associated with Gen. John B. Henderson, 
afterwards United States Senator from Missouri. In fact 
Mr. Thurmond 's father, G. W. Thurmond, was a member of 
the firm, Cash-Henderson-Strange & Co., Tobacco Manu- 
facturers, at Louisiana, Mo. 

(206) iv David Henderson Leeper; m Sophia Pace. 

(207) v John P. Leeper; m Eliza Palmer. 

CHILDREN OP JANE HENDERSON (54) AND ROBT. MORRISON. 

(208) i Ellie Jane Morrison. 

(209) ii Eliza Morrison; m Henderson Duncan (185). 

(210) ii Amanda Morrison; m ~W. A. Greagory. 

(211) iv Robert H. Morrison. 

(212) v Morrison. 

CHILDREN OF ELSIE HENDERSON (54) AND THOS. McINTIRE. 

(213) i James Bradford Mclntire, b 10, Oct. 1817-18; d 5, Dec. 
1890; (1st) Rachel Miller Baker, b 20, Mar. 1826; d 18, 
June 1853; m (2nd) Priscilla Griffith, b 8, May 1828; d 21, 
Nov. 1864; m (3rd) Mattie ; m (4th) Mrs. Nannie 
Moffett Baskett. 

(214) ii Alexander M. Mclntire, b 1, Sept. 1820; d 30, Jan. 1902; 
m Grizella Boyd, b 20, Mar. 1824; d 1879. 

(215) iii Thomas C. Mclntire; m (1st) Margaret Simmons; m 
(2nd) Mollie . 

(216) iv Sarah A. Mclntire, b 22, Apr. 1802; d 30, Aug. 1843; m 
Christian G. Snell, b 21, Sept. 1800; d 16, July 1867, Con- 
cord, Mo. 

(217) v Eliza J. Mclntire; m Thomas Richie. 

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CHILDREN OF MARY HENDERSON (56) AND WM. McPHEETERS (78). 

(218) i Martha Susan McPheeters, b 17, Dec. 1830, Concord, Mo.; 
d 2, Dec. 1897, Concord, Mo. ; m A. J. Fry, b 8, Aug. 1815 ; 
d 30, May 1894, Concord, Mo. 

(219) ii Isabella J. McPheeters, b 1833; d 2, June 1895; unm. . 

(220) iii Margaret A. McPheeters, b 28, Dec. 1837; d 11 March 
1897; unm. 

(221) iv Mary Ellen McPheeters, b 5, July 1840; d 24, Aug. 1907; 
unm. 

(222) v David McPheeters, b 16, March 1841; d 6, Sept. 186;!, 
Concord, Mo. 

(223) vi Win. McPheeters, b 12, Feb. 1844; d 8, Sept. 1904. 

(224) vii John Joseph McPheeters, b 24, March 1846, Concord, 
Mo.; ni 27, March 1867,. Mary Jane Henderson (476), b 13, 
Dec. 1846; Mr. McPheeters is a substantial farmer of Aux- 
Vasse, Mo., elder in the Concord Presbyterian Church; a 
member of the tax equalization committee of bankers and 
farmers from Callaway Co., in 1915. 

(225) viii Thomas Radcliffe McPheeters, b 16, July 1850; m 30, 
March 1881, Margaret Elizabeth Hunter, b 6, Sept. 1852; 
dau of Henry T. Hunter and Martha J. Allen. Res. Chand- 
ler, Okla. Farmer. 

CHILDRExN OF JOSEPH HENDERSON (57) AND LUCY COLLIER. 

(226) i Delitha Henderson, b 26, March 1810, Madison, Co., Ky. ; 
d 18, Nov. 1863, Randolph Co., Mo.; m (1st) Abram War 
ford; m (2nd) 1838, Abednego Walden, d Aug. 1846, (par- 
ticipated in the war of 1812, and his father was a soldier of 
the Revolution) ; m (3rd) Hezekiah Miller, b 21, Jan. 1802, 
Richmond, Va. ; m (4th) Clementina Paull, b 3, Feb. 18 — , 
Cumberland Co., Ky. 

(227) ii Luvicy Henderson, b 26, Apr. 1811, Madison Co., Ky. ; d 
15, Oct. 1891, Johnson Co., Mo. ; m 20, Aug. 1826, Levi War- 
ford, b Madison Co., Ky. ; d 15, Feb. 1891, Johnson Co., Mo. 
In 1830 they removed to Randolph Co., Mo., where he en- 
gaged in the culture of tobacco ; in 1842 they removed to 
Davis Co., Iowa, farmed ; in 1864, he and family, with 
friends, formed a train of 29 wagons and crossed the plains 
into Colorado, locating at Canon City. In 1867 he came to 
Johnson Co., Mo., and settled at Pittsville. 

(228) iii Osborne Henderson, M. D., b 29, Apr. 1813, Madison Co., 
Ky.; d 31, March 1897, Glasgow, Mo.; m 7, April 1846,. Lucy 
Eliza, dau of John Yelverton Sterne and Francis Collins. 

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Mr. Henderson came to Huntsville, Mo., with his father's 
family in early manhood,, studied medicine at Fayette, later 
accepting a clerkship in the Drug Store of Dr. Olear of 
Glasgow, Mo., buying out the establishment in 1845 and 
conducting same until 1872, when he sold to his son, Jos. S. 
Henderson. 

(229) iv Lucinda Henderson, b 25, Oct. 1814, Madison Co., Ky. ; d 
19, June 1881, Davis Co., Iowa; m 27, Aug. 1831, John 
Hockersmith, b 14, Feb. 1811, Estell Co., Ky. ; d 20, Dec. 
1890, Davis Co., Iowa. 

(230) v Nancy Henderson, b 10, Jan. 1816, Madison Co., Ky ; d 26, 
Apr. 1901, Metz, Mo.; m (in Macon Co.) 1836, Sam'l. 
Scrutchfield, b 1816, Tenn. ; d 8, Jan. 1882, Mo. 

(231) vi Mildred Ann Henderson, b 17, Jan. 1818, Madison Co., 
Ky.; d 12, Sept. 1908, Moberly, Mo.; m 4, Aug. 1839, Lib- 
erty Noble, b 10, Nov. 1809, Casey Co., Ky. ; removed to 
Howard Co., Mo., with parents and in 1821, to Randolph 
Co. In 1829 to Huntsville, and cleared first 12 acres of land 
for that town. 

(232) vii John Henderson, b 24, Jan. 1820, Madison Co., Ky. ; d 27, 
Sept. 1899, Chillicothe, Mo.; m (1st) circa 1831, Sabra Har- 
desty; he m (2nd) 9, Oct. 1851, Mary F. Cook of Huntsville, 
Mo., d 21, Aug. 1898, Chillicothe, Mo. 

(233) viii Joseph Henderson, Jr., b 31, Jan. 1821, Madison Co., 
Ky. ; d 25, Sept. 1845; unm. 

(2.34) iv Sarah Henderson, b 1, Dec. 1823, Madison Co., Ky. ; d 2, 
Feb. 1877, Index, Cass Co., Mo.; m 1, May 1839, Matthew 
Noble, b 19, Jan. 1815, (brother of Liberty Noble, see No. 
(231; d 17, Oct. 1903, Garden City, Mo. Son of Mark Noble 
who came to Randolph Co., Mo., 1817. Mr. Noble was a 
farmer, lived in Davis Co., Iowa for a few years, then in 
Putnam Co., Mo., ; in 1872, he and family removed to Cass 
Co., Mo. 

(235) x Jale Henderson, b 14, Dec. 1825, Madison Co., Ky; d 25, 
July 18—, Randolph Co., Mo. ; d 1842, Wm. Pittman, b 1, 
Jan. 1807; d 1, Aug. 1886, Randolph Co., Mo. 

(236) xi James C. Henderson, b 14, Dec. 1827, Madison Co., Ky. ; 
d 4, Jan. 1851, Missouri. 

(237) xii Jefferson Henderson, b 2, May 1832, Madison Co., Ky.; 
m Mo. Removed to Randolph Co., Mo., in the fall of 
1832 with parents. 



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CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (65) AND— 

(238) i John Henderson; St. Louis, Mo. Supposed to have been 
father of Fire-Chief, Frank Henderson of St. Louis ; b 1868. 

(239) ii Fred Henderson; St. Louis, Mo. 

(240) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE HENDERSON (66) AND MARY WILLIAMS. 

(241) i Wm. Walter Henderson, M. D. ; ni Martha Evans; res. St, 
Louis, Mo. 

(242) ii Judge James Alexander Henderson, b 13, March 1839, at 
the Lucas Place, "Goodwood," three miles from Bridgeton, 
St. Louis, Co., Mo.; m 20, April 1859, Virginia LaFayette (b 
17, March 1841) dau of Capt. John Bedford Royall and Pa- 
melia Price. Judge J. A. Henderson lived at Bridgeton for 
53 years and led an active and influential life. Res. St. 
Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ALEX. HENDERSON (67) AND HADASSAH FINLEY. 

(243) i Edward Carroll Henderson, b 12, Dec. 1838 ; d 30, March 
1858, Mo. 

(244) ii Mary Finley Henderson, b 8, Apr. 1841, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; m 12, June 1872, Edgar Moore, b 26, Oct. 1839 ; d 25, 
March 1904, Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were 
living in Albany, Texas 1884, and later removed to Cali- 
fornia. 

(245) iii James Daniel Henderson, b 27, June 1843, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; d 30, April 1909, Moniteau Co. ; m 30, Aug. 1871, Eli- 
zabeth Garrett, dau of Rev. Xat'l L. Rice, D. D., and Cath- 
arine P. Burch. Mrs. Henderson is active in church work, 
Pres. of the Woman's Mo. Presbytery 1912-14. In 1864, 
Mr. Henderson became engaged in the tobacco business, 
Hannibal, Mo.; 1868-79, mercantile business in Fulton; 
1880,. elected Sheriff of Callaway Co., Mo., and in 1882 elect- 
ed Circuit Clerk. Later was in the grocery business in Ful- 
ton. Educated at Westminster College, Central College and 

St. Louis Commercial College. 

(246) iv Henry Alex. Henderson, b 22, Dec. 1845; d 30, June 1847; 
Missouri. 

(247) v Wm. Jewett Henderson, b 17, July 1848; d 22, Feb. 1890; 
unm. Farmer at McCredie, Mo. Attended Westminster 
College 1867-68. 

(248) vi Henderson, twin to No. 247; d in infancy. 



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(249) vii Martha Ella Henderson, b 16, Aug. 1853, Mo. ; d 14, Aug. 

1904, Cal. 

(250) viii Hattie Jane Henderson, b 15, June 1857, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; d 23, Jan. 1891 in Fulton, Mo. On the morning of the 
23rd she was driving with others in a vehicle, the horses be- 
came frightened and ran, in jumping to the ground a mis- 
calculation was made as to distance. Miss Henderson's head 
struck the curb, severing the bones of her neck and instant 
death resulted. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE JAS. S. HENDERSON (68) AND EMILY BOONE. 

(251) i Martha Henderson, b 15, June 1832, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
d 1, June 1912, Fulton, Mo. At the Louisville, Ky., "Home- 
coming" in 1906, Miss Henderson was awarded a gold 
medal for being the oldest and nearest relative of Daniel 
Boone, present at the celebration. 

(252) ii Hon. Wm. H. Henderson, b Callaway Co.,. Mo.; d Nevada. 
Attended Westminster College 1853 and became highly edu- 
cated. Removed to Colorado and later to the State of Ne- 
vada. At the time of his father's death in 1884, he was 
State Senator in Nevada. 

(263) iii Mary Letitia Henderson, b 1838, Fulton, Mo.; d 28, Jan. 

1905, Fulton; unm. Graduated from Oakland Institute 
1856-7. Displayed a deep interest in the town, church and 
schools. 

(264) iv Theodore W. Henderson, b 1839, Fulton, Mo.; m Sarah 
Sheley, b 18, Oct. 184 — ; retired from business, Fulton, Mo. 

(265) v Joseph Charless Henderson, b Fulton, Mo.; d Nevada; m 
Fannie ; attended Westminster College 1853-59 ; re- 
moved to Nevada State and became recorder of one of the 
counties. Later directed his attention to the mercantile 
business. Met his death from the bullet of an assassin, a 
half witted man who entered the former's store; no cause 
for the act could be ascertained. 

(266) vi Minnie Warner Henderson, b Fulton, Mo., d 29th of 

18 — ; age 20 y., 4 m., 8 d. ; Fulton, Mo.; unm. 

(267) vii James Fassitt Henderson, b Fulton, Mo.; d 1909, Fulton, 
Mo., Westmintser College, 1859-63. For years Sec'y of Cal- 
laway Central Democratic Committee. Senior member of 
a large gent!s clothing house in Fulton, and an influential 
citizen. 



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CHILDREX OP JOHN S. HENDERSON (69) AND MARY SNELL. 

(268) i Wm. H. Henderson, b 23, July 1841-2, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
d 21, Oct. 1861 (from accident at Brown Spring, Callaway 
Co., Mo.) A student in Westminster College, 1860, and a 
young man of promise. 

(269) ii Martha Henderson, b 11, Jan. 1813,. Callaway Co., Mo.; 
d 9, Jan. 1865, San Jose, California ; in John Potts, M. D., 
formerly of Mexico, Mo., who m (2nd) Sallie A. Quisen- 
berry (764) of Mexico, Mo. Dr. Potts removed ab 1872, to 
San Francisco, Cal. 

(270) iii James Snell Henderson, b 27, Dec. 1844; m Lida, dau of 
Dr. Frank Dillard of Bachelor, Mo. Mr. Henderson is a 
thrifty farmer of AuxVasse; elder in Old AuxVasse Pres- 
byterian Church. Mrs. Henderson, b 17, Sept. 1849. 

(271) iv Daniel Willis Henderson, b 27, Oct. 1847; d in infancy, 
AuxVasse, Mo. 

(272) v Mary Susan Henderson, b 1848, Callaway Co., Mo.; d 13, 
Jan. 1881 ; m Jeter Walthall, son of Rev. Wm. B. Walthall 
and Matilda Vaughan. J. Walthall was a brother of Judge 
Anderson M. Walthall of the District Court, El Paso, Texas, 
and Judge Geo. W. Walthall of the District Court, Crom- 
well, Texas. He was Pres. of the Board of directors of the 
Callaway Co. Agricultural Society 1878 ; a merchant of Ful- 
ton, Mo.; d age 61. His (2nd) marriage was to Martha 
Potts (639). 

(273) vi John Steele Henderson, b 10, June 1852; m Lida, dau of 
Thos. Harrison and Catharine Maddox. Her brother, the 
late Chas. L. Harrison, was Chief Engineer for the Pennsyl- 
vania R. R., at the time of his death in 1912, and with Mr. 
Waldo Smith, superintended the engineering of the great 
subway under the Hudson River at New York City, 1909-11. 
He also was dispatched to the site of the Panama Canal to 
make estimates of cost for the U. S. Government. Mr. Hen- 
derson was a student at Westminster College 1869-70, en- 
tered the banking business in Fulton, Mo., worked up to 
Cashier and later to President of the Southern Bank, re- 
signed 1914. An elder in the Fulton Presbyterian Church. 
Influential citizen; member of Board of Trustees of Synodi- 
cal College. 

CHILDREN OF JANE W. HENDERSON (71) AND COL. ISAAC TATE. 

(274) i Elizabeth MeClanahan Tate, b 9, Nov. 1831, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; d 13, April 1914, Dallas, Texas; m 27, Sept. 1876, Geo. 

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W. Washington, b 12, Feb. 1832, son of Edward Washing- 
ton, Esq.,. whose father was a cousin of Pres. George Wash- 
ington. The family removed from Williamsburg, Mo., to 
Fulton, Mo., in 1891 and to Dallas, Texas, 1913. Mrs. 
Washington taught a subscription school before her mar- 
riage. 

(275) ii Daniel Henderson Tate, b 4, July 1834; d 12, Dec. 1835. 

(276) iii Martha Henderson Tate, b 12, Jan. 1837, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; d 19, April 1907, Williamsburg, Mo. ; m 20, Feb. 1868, 
William Yates, Esq., b 6, Nov. 1836; d 23, Jan. 1901 (son of 
John Yates and Elizabeth Dawson), a farmer and Banker, 
AuxVasse, Mo. Mrs. Yates was a woman of the gentlest 
character and active in the work of the church in which her 
husband was long a ruling elder. 

(277) iv Rachel Houston Tate, b 17, May 1839 ; d 16, Sept. 1840. 

(278) v Sarah Scott Tate, b 14, Feb. 1841, Callaway Co.,. Mo.; 
unm. Graduated from Oakland Institute, Concord, 1861 ; 
res. Auxvasse, Mo. 

(279) vi John Milton Tate, M. D., b 1, Dec. 1842, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; m 6, June 1876, Ann Isabella Langtry, b 22, March 
1849, (dau of Arbuckle S. Langtry and Eliza Hamilton). 
Dr. Tate graduated from Westminster College, 1862, and 
from Bellview Hospital, New York City 1864 ; returned to 
Callaway Co. and practiced his profession until 1893, when 
he was sent to the General Assembly of Mo. by his county, 
for two terms ; was a member of the State Democratic 
Committee, 1896-8 ; member of the Board of Trustees of 
Westminster College from 1889 until 1903; and one of the 
Board of Trustees of Synodical College from an early date 
until 1915, when he resigned and his son-in-law, E. J. Grant, 
was chosen to fill the vacancy. Dr. Tate has been an elder 
in the Old Auxvasse Presbyterian Church since the death of 
his father in 1889 ; and despite the fact that he resides ten 
miles out of Fulton, was unanimously elected President of 
the Commercial Club in that city, in 1915. Has been a fre- 
quent Delegate to Presbytery and Synod of Missouri and 
Commissioner to the Gen. Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, South. Member Board of Directors of the Callaway 
Bank, Fulton, Missouri. 

(280) vii Clarinda Pinckney Tate, b 20, Nov. 1844, Callaway Co.. 
Mo.; m 20, Feb. 1868 (double wedding with No. 276), 
Samuel Steele McCue, b 31, July 1841, son of Col. M. H. 

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McCue (long High Sheriff of Augusta Co., Va.) and Sara 
Frances Steele. Mrs. McCue was a regular graduate from 
Oakland Institute 1861, which subsequently became Fulton 
Female Seminary, and in 1875 Synodical College. Mr. Mc- 
Cue came to Missouri from Virginia, 1857, and engaged in 
farming with his father. Enlisted under the Stars and Bars 
during the late war (Day's Company, Perkin's Regiment 
and Prices 's Command) ; later in mercantile business. 
Apostle of Democracy, member of County and Congressional 
Democratic Committees. Elder in Old AuxVasse Presby- 
terian Church, — as was his father; frequent delegate to 
Mo. Presbytery and Synod; Commissioner to the General 
Assembly. Member Board of Directors of Auxvasse Bank; 
a Mason for 52 years; res. AuxVasse, Mo. 

(281) viii Mary Moore Tate, b 27,. May 1847, Callaway Co., Mo.;d 
7, Aug. 1910, Fulton, Mo. ; m 28, Nov. 1878, Jas. Wm. Pratt, 
b 3, July 1840, son of Thos. Pratt and Jane Petty. Removed 
from his farm at McCredie, Mo., to Fulton, 1897. Member 
Board of Directors of Callaway Bank, one of the strongest 
banking institutions in Central Missouri. 

(282) ix Emily Reed Tate, b 17, Sept. 1849; d 13, April 1882, 
Williamsburg, Mo.; m 30, Oct. 1873, John Yates, b 10, Sept. 
1847, Bro. Wm. Yates, above. Mr. Yates, active in church 
work; farmer; Pres. Williamsburg Bank until 1914, when 
he resigned. 

(283) x James Nolley Tate, A. M., LL. D., b 17, Oct. 1851, Calla- 
way Co., Mo.; m 14, Aug. 1878, Mary Caroline McClelland, 
b 28, Sept. 1843 ; d 29, Jan. 1912, Fairbault, Minn.— a cousin 
of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, although the names are spelled 
different. Dr. Tate received the degree,. "A. B." in 1872, 
"A.M." 1875, and "LL.D." in 1903 from Westminster Col- 
lege. In 1872, began work in the Missouri School for the 
Deaf, promoted to Asst. Supt., and to the first place in 1889, 
resigned in 1896 to accept same position at the Minnesota 
D. & D. Institution. For a number of years prior to his de- 
parture to Minnesota, he was an active member of the Board 
of Trustees of Synodical College, and a member of the Ses- 
sion of the Fulton Presbyterian Church. He is a member of 
the college fraternity, Beta Theta Pi, and has taken every 
degree in masonery to be had except the "33rd." The State 
of Minnesota erected a handsome administration building 
for the Deaf Institution in 1913 and as a compliment to the 

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present Superintendent, called it "Tate Hall," Res. Fari- 
bault, Minn. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT McPHEETERS (77) AND JANE L. McKEE. 

(284) i Mary A. McPheeters, b 14, Sept. 1823; d 5, April 1898, 
Concord, Mo.; m March 1841, John B. Henderson (179), b 
14, March 1822, Fleming Co., Ky. ; d 26, Jan. 1890, Concord, 
Mo. Highly respected citizens. 

(285) ii Florence McPheeters; m Jas. A. Leeper (195); Concord, 
Missouri. 

(286) iii Margaret J. McPheeters, b 22, Nov. 1828, Jessamine Co., 
Ky. ; d 13, Dec. 1913, AuxVasse, Mo. ; m March 1858, Ed- 
ward C. Russell, b 26, Jan. 1826, Parks Co., Ind. ; d 22, Aug. 
1899, AuxVasse, Mo. Mrs. Russell emigrated to Callaway 
Co.,. about 1840, when twelve years of age. In 1881, Mr. 
and Mrs. Russell located on a farm near AuxVasse, and on 
the death of Mr. Russell, the family moved into town. Mrs. 
Russell was a charter member of the AuxVasse Presby- 
terian Church. 

(287) iv Alexander McPheeters, b 3, Sept. 1830, Jessamine Co., 
Ky.; d 29, May 1890, Concord, Mo.; m Gerusha Ann Ed- 
monston. With his brother-in-law, John B. Henderson, Mr. 
McPheeters operated a grist and saw mill in Concord that 
was a paying proposition. 

(288) v Miriam McPheeters, b 1832; unm; res., Fulton, Mo. 

(289) vi Judge Robert McPheeters, b 1834, Ky. ; came to Missouri 
1839 ; m Anna Elizabeth Hamilton, b Dec. 1840. Judge Mc- 
Pheeters is an able attorney at law ; represented Callaway 
Co. in the Mo. Legislature 1873-4; Probate Judge of the 
county 1882-89, 1913; member of the Board of Trustees of 
Synodical College. He was graduated from Westminster 
College 1855; Res. Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OP DAVID J. HENDERSON (80) AND MARY R. BLACKEN- 

BURG. 

(290) i Ezra Sitten Henderson, b 15, Nov. 1835, Fulton, Mo. ; d 8, 
Jan. 1902, Callaway Co., Mo.; m 15, Oct, 1860, Susan Payne 
of Clarksville, Ark. Mr. Henderson moved to Arkansas in 
1857 and by occupation was a harness and saddle maker. He 
was the first white child born in Fulton, Mo. 

(291) ii Alexander B. Henderson, b 18, Oct. 1837, Fulton, Mo.; d 
9, Sept. 1878, Spring City, Nevada. 

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(292) iii William H. Henderson, b 16, Dec. 1839, Fulton, Mo.; d 
1911, San Jose, Cal. ; m 1862, Alice Norton; Res. San Jose, 
Cal. William and Alexander went west in 1858, driving 
Government teams to Salt Lake City, Utah, and pushed on 
to Larson City, Nevada, and on finding no work, they went 
to Carson Valley,. Nev. An inventory of their possessions 
showed them seventy-live cents to the good. They hired 
themselves to Mr. Mott to make fence posts during the win- 
ter, at $40.00 per month and board. The following spring 
(1859) gold was discovered at Gold Hill, Nev., and they 
joined the rush, taking up a claim on what is known as 
•"Gold Hill," which developed into a rich mine. In 1860, 
Alexander sold his interest in the claim for $10,000.00. 
William retained his share until the mine was worked out 
and realized more than a million dollars. They moved to 
San Jose, Cal.,. in the early "sixties" and retired from busi- 
ness. 

(293) iv Philip B. Henderson, b 18, Feb. 1842, Fulton, Mo.; d 9, 
Sept. 1845; Fulton. His death occurred just in front of the 
present Baptist church in Fulton and was caused by a run- 
away horse with a rail fastened to its neck which struck 
the child's head. 

(294) v Robert M. Henderson, b 7, Aug. 1844, Fulton, Mo. ; m 26, 
Oct. 1863, Mary M., dau. of Judge Henry S. Turner and 
Mary Hook. Mrs. Henderson died 21, Jan. 1901, Guthrie, 
Mo. Mr. Henderson is a miner at Guthrie, Mo. 

(295) vi James L. Henderson, b 11, Nov. 1846, Fulton, Mo.; m 18, 
Sept. 1889, Lucy (Dau. of David Herring and Mary Sim- 
coe). Mr. Henderson is a progressive farmer at Fulton, Mo. 

(296) vii Laura Henderson, b 3, Jan. 1849, Fulton Mo.; d 17, Sept. 
1890, Fulton; m 1868-70, John Dicus, d 1912, Kansas City, 
Mo. Mrs. Dicus was drowned by a demented negro servant, 
in a pond on the farm on which they were living, half a 
mile south of Fulton. 

(297) viii Margaret Henderson, b 23, Oct. 1853, Callaway Co. Mo.; 
m 20, March 1873, Judge Elisha M. Morris, b 24, Nov. 1837 ; 
d 6, March 1913, Carrington, Mo. Judge Morris (son of G. 
W. and Elizabeth Morris) was an enterprising farmer; a 
Confederate soldier in the late war; and Judge of the Calla- 
way County Court 1905-09. 



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(298) ix Edward P. Henderson, b 3, Sept. 1851, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; m 25, March 1902, Minnie (dau of August Jatho and 
Minnie Sartor). Farmer, Fulton, Mo. 

(299) x Charles R. Henderson, b 13, Sept. 1856, Callaway Co. Mo.; 
d 27, July 1891, Fulton, Mo.; m 20, Nov. 1884, Georgia^ 
(dau James Dunnavant and Matilda Renoe) b 16, Nov. 
1864; d 31, Jan. 1897, Fulton, Mo. Mr. Henderson was a 
farmer. 

(300) xi George L. Henderson, b 18, May 1858; d 30, Jan. 1859. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET A. HENDERSON (82) AND JOHN D. HOWE. 

(301) i Sallie Ann Howe, b 15, Aug. 1834, Flemingsburg, Ky. ; m 
18 Nov. 18 , John Boyd Caldwell (son of Thos. H. Cald- 
well and Eleanor Boyd) b 22, Feb. 1822, Bourbon Co., Ky. 
Mr. Caldwell was a cousin of Gov. Sterling Price of Mis- 
souri, a noted general of the Confederacy, and Governor of 
Missouri. His father was the founder of the Caldwell Pot- 
tery work in south Callaway Co., Mo. In April, 1892, the 
family removed to Kirksville, Mo., when Mr. Caldwell re- 
tired from active life. He is a member of the Session of the 
First Presbyterian Church of Kirksville and has been a Ma- 
son for more than half a century. 

(302) ii Joseph Alexander Howe, b 9, May 1836, Flemingsburg, 
Ky.; d 1906, Cherryvale, Kan.; m (1st) Martha Tate; m 
(2nd) . 

(303) iii John William Howe, b 26, Sept. 1837, Flemingsburg, 
Ky.; m (1st) 14, Jan. 1858, Sarah F. Wells, d 8, May 1867; 
in (2nd) 1, July 1868, Nancy A. Turner, dau of C. A. Tur- 
ner, formerly of Fleming Co., Ky. Mrs. Howe taught school 
for fifteen years prior to marriage. Res., Fulton, Mo. 

(304) iv Eliza Mildred Howe, b 15, March 1840, Flemingsburg, 
Ky. ; d 29, Sept. 1880, Callaway Co., Mo. ; m 11, Sept. 1855, 
James M. Jackson, b 1824 ; d 6, Aug. 1908, Higginsville, Mo. 

(305) v Rebecca Minerva Howe, b 12, Sept. 1843, Flemingsburg, 
Ky.; d 16, Aug. 1867, Macon, Mo.; m 22, March 1866, Phil- 
ip T. Holman. 

(306) vi Margaret Laura Howe, b 15, July 1845; d 21, Jan. 1885, 
Burlingame, Kan.; m 6, Dec. 1866, James M. Asher (at Kirks- 
ville, Mo.), b 6, April 1840, Hancock Co., 111.; d 11, April 
1899, Pond Creek, Okla. 

(307) vii David Henderson Howe, b 13, April 1847, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; d 13, Jan. 1893, Hamsprairie, Mo. ; m 6, June 1875, Me- 

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dora Craighead,, b 17, June 1855; res. Fulton, Mo. Retired 
from business. 

(308) viii James Harvey Howe, b 30, Sept. 1849, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; d 24, May 1914, Benton, Ark.; m (1st) 27, Nov. 1872, 
Belle Wright; m (2nd) 4, March 1877, Causiada Rippey. 
Res. Benton, Ark. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. M. HENDERSON (83) AND LUCINDA PORTER. 

(309) i Amelia Henderson, b Lafayette Co.,. Mo.; m Mr. Beard, an 
attorney. They removed to Memphis, Tenn., where he be- 
came a District Judge and attained prominence. Mrs. Beard 
became a conspicuous social leader of Memphis. 

(310 j ii Martha Henderson, b Lafayette Co., Mo.; m St. 

Louis, Mo. 

(311) iii Elizabeth Henderson, b Lafayette Co., Mo.; m ; 

St. Louis. 

(312) iv Lucy Henderson, b Lafayette Co., Mo.; m ; St. 

Louis. 

CHILDREN OF THOS. ALEX. HENDERSON (84) AND HARRIET QUAIN- 

TANCE. 

(313) i Robert Win. Henderson, (b 1848; d 1864, tuberculosis) Mt. 
Carinel, Ky. 

(314) ii Claude Wm. Henderson, b 1860, Fleming Co., Ky. ; m 1887, 
Emma Kate 'Bannon, b 1859 ; Res. Flemingsburg,. Ky. ; vo- 
cation, plumbing contractor. During 1913-14, Mr. Hender- 
son resided in Hawthorne, Fla. He is the historian of the 
Kentucky branch of the Henderson family. 

(315) iii Katherine M. Henderson, b 1840, Fleming Co., Ky. ; d 
1873; m 1866, Joseph H. Browne,, the proprietor of a pros- 
perous liverybarn at Mayesville, Mason Co., Ky. 

CHILDREN OF J. W. HENDERSON (85) AND HELEN HOCKADAY. 

(316; i Henderson (son) ; d in infancy, prior to 1870. 

(319) ii Henderson (son) ; d in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF J. WM. HENDERSON (85) AND NANCY PITTINGER. 

(318) i Joseph William Henderson, b 29, Sept. 1879, Fleming Co., 

Ky. ; m . Vocation, formerly proprietor of a dry 

goods store at Covington, Ky. ; later, Pharmacist at Ewing, 
Kentucky. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA ELLEN HENDERSON (86) AND JESSEE FALLS. 

(319) i Charles A. Falls, b 21, Dec. 1848, Mt. Carmel, Ky. ; d 11, 
Dec. 1872 (quick consumption) unm. 

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(320) ii Mary A. Falls, b 4, Feb. 1851, Mt. Carmel, Ky.; d 1908, 
Ridgeland, Miss. ; in but obtained a divorce arid resumed 
her maiden name. 

(321) iii Ida B. Falls, b 3, Feb. 1858, Urbana, 111.; unm. In 1908, 
removed to Biloxi, Miss., to avoid the cold northern winters, 
The Compiler is under lasting obligations to Miss Falls for 
her assistance in the research of data for the Henderson 
Chronicles. 

CHILDREN OP GEO. A. HENDERSON (87) AND JOSEPHINE POWERS. 

(322) i Lillian Power Henderson,, b 1891, Mt. Carmel, Ky. ; m 
1912, Mr. Van Sant (Mexico, Mo.) of the Kentucky family. 
Removed to Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Van Sant resided in 
Mexico, Mo., with her mother, 1910-12. 

CHILDREN OP JOHN HENDERSON (99) AND SARAH LAUGHLIN. 

(323) i William Douglass Henderson, b ; d 

Columbia, Mo. ; m Eleanor Wade Leonard,, whose parents 
came from Virginia to Missouri at an early day. 

(324) ii John Henderson, b ; d . 

(325) iii Miss Henderson; m Alex. Lyon, Columbia, Mo. 

(326) iv. 

(327) v. 

(328) vi Jane Henderson; m 22, Feb. 2839, William B. Quisen- 
berry. 

(329) vii Sarah Henderson 

(330) viii. 

(331) ix Joseph Henderson. 

(332) x. 

(333) xi Mary Henderson, b ; d . 

CHILDREN OP ANNIE HENDERSON (101) AND MR. DOUGLAS. 

(1549) i Martha Douglas. 

(1550) ii Benjamin Douglas. 

(1551) iii Sara Douglas. 

CHILDREN OP JOHN HENDERSON (109) AND ANNA JACK. 

(334) i Mararet Holmes Henderson, b 21, Dec. 1805; d 10, Sept. 
1865; ra 14-15, Feb. 1827, Thomas McKee, d 4, June 1833; 
Mrs. McKee m (2nd) 1838, Win, Marshall, d 1870. 

(335) ii James Henderson, b 29, Sept. 1807; d 19, Nov. 1828. 

(336) iii John Jack Henderson, b 17, Sept. 1809; d 21, July 1877; 
m 1834, Margaret North. 

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(337) iv Joseph Washington Henderson, b 27, Aug. 1814, Indiana 
Co., Pa. ; d 27, Feb. 1896, Jefferson Co., Pa. ; m 17, Feb. 1840, 
Nancy Wilson (dau of Robert Wilson and Sarah McCon- 
nell). Mr. Henderson moved to Punxsutawney, Pa., in early 
boyhood and entered the mercantile business in that (Jef- 
ferson) county, and in 1836, he moved to Brookville, the 
county seat. He was elected second sheriff of Jefferson Co.. 
11, Oct. 1836; appointed assistant deputy marshall 1840; 
elected treasurer of the county 1843 ; an associate judge 
1856; elected Prothonotary, Register and Recorder, 1860; 
and was a delegate to the Republican National Convention 
in 1860 and helped nominate Abraham Lincoln for President. 

(338) v Jane McCombs Henderson, b 13, May 1816, Indiana Co., 
Pa. ; living, Denver, Colo. ; m 28, Sept. 1843, William Liggett, 
dec. Mrs. Liggett enjoys good health at the age of 99. 

(339) vi Samuel Hindman Henderson, b 24, Sept. 1818; d Oct. 
1888 ; m Rebecca . 

(340) vii: Lavina Henderson, b 8, Nov. 1820; d Feb. 1897; m Sam- 
uel Woodburn. 

(341) viii David Watson Henderson, M. D., b 4, Oct. 1823; d 23, 
July 1910; m Anna Hathaway, d 1911, Ohio. Dr. Hender- 
son was a remarkable old man. 

(342) ix William Clark Henderson, b 28, Oct. 1825; d March 
1898 ; m Elizabeth Sewell. 

(343) x Mary Elizabeth Henderson, b 18, Sept. 1828,. Pa.; m 
Charles McCampbell; Youngstown, Ohio. 

(344) xi George Washington Henderson, b Aug. 1813; d Aug. 
1813 — lived three weeks. 

SIXTH GENERATION 
CHILDREN OF ISAAC HENDERSON (125) AND— 

(360) i Miss Henderson; m David Henderson. 

(361) ii Henderson. 

(362) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HENDERSON (125) AND MISS WALLACE. 

(363) i David Henderson. 

(364) ii Henderson; Charlotte, N. C. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HENDERSON (125) AND MISS HENDERSON. 

(365) i Charles Henderson. 

(366) ii Elizabeth Henderson. 

(367) iii Henderson. 

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CHILDREN OF JAS. P. HENDERSON (126) AND- 



(368) i Philo Henderson; a very handsome and gifted genius, but 
dissipated. Visited Missouri relatives 1844; Res. Charlottes- 
ville, N. C. The authorship of the poem, "The River of 
Time," has been attributed to him. 

(369) ii Margaret Henderson; m ; (two sons [twins] won 

scholarships in Princeton and studied abroad). She was 
living at Davidson College in 1868. 

(370) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD HENDERSON (128) AND 



(371) i Jas. Carnes Henderson, b 1832; d 1910; m 1869, Mary A. 
Harris, b 1836; d 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson lived and, 
died at Jackson, Mo. 

(372) ii Henderson. 

(373) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF CYRUS HENDERSON (129) AND JANE HARRIS. 

(,374) i Judge John Robinson Henderson, b 22, Dec. 1818, Meck- 
lenburg Co., N. C. ; d 3,. Jan. 1902, Cape Girardeau Co., Mo. ; 
m (1st) 1839, Mary Flinn Steele; m (2nd) 1850, Mrs. 
Amelia Shackleford ; Judge Henderson came with his pa- 
rents to Missouri, when about eighteen months of age. 

(375) ii Margaret Henderson; m James Monroe Harris. 

(376) iii Mary Ann Henderson; m J. W. Morris. 

(377) iv Narcissa Henderson; m Benjamin Ingram. 

(378) v Lillian Henderson; d in young womanhood. 

(379) vi Mosana Henderson; m Charles M. Stebbins. 

(380) vii Matilda Henderson; m Lem. Sheldon. 

CHILDREN OF CYRUS HENDERSON (129) AND MARGARET McKNIGHT. 

(381) i Miss Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF SARA ilENDERSON (133) AND REV. JOHN RICE KERR. 

(382) i Sara Elizabeth Caroline Kerr, b 2, Dec. 1796; m 9, Aug. 
1814, Win. Thompson; d 4, Sept. 1822, of bilious fever. 

(383) ii Bennett Lytleton Kerr, b 6, May 1798; m 1829, Matilda 
Garvin; d 1871, Memphis, Tenn. 

(384) iii Amelia Monroe Kerr, b 4, March 1800,. Milton, Va. ; d 10, 
July 1844, Vicksburg, Miss.; m 1821, John Henderson Mar- 
ton (426). 

(385) iv James Addison Kerr, b 11, Feb. 1802; d June 1833,— 
cholera ; m 1828, Martha Bell. 

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(386) v Lucy Kerr, b 22, April 1803; d 25, Aug. 1847,— fever; in 
Jan. 1837, Rev. David McKee, who m (2nd) 1849, Mrs. Jane 
(Butler) Paterson, and was the father of the late Dr. Noble 
B. McKee (d 20, June 1911), the third Superintendent of 
the Mo. D. and I). Institution, Fulton, Mo. Rev. David D. 
McKee was b near Cythiana, Ky., 14 Aug. 1805 ; entered 
Centre College 1828, spent two years at Princeton Theologi- 
cal Seminary, 1834-6 ; licensed by Presbytery of Philadel- 
phia 1831. On a farm in Iowa 1855-8; Hanover, Lad. 1858 
until his death which occurred 17, Jan. 1884; 1864-5 was U. 
S. Post Chaplain at Pt. Lookout,. Md. 

(387) vi John Rice Kerr, b 3, Feb. 1806; Bowling Green, Ky. ; d 
1807. 

(388) vii Prof. William Dabney Kerr, b 4, March 1808; d Fulton, 
Mo., 1889 ; m 1837, Susan M. Buckles of Shepherdstown, Va. 
Prof. Kerr taught in the D. &. D. Institution of Kentucky, 
until 1871, when he came to Callaway Co., Mo., and founded 
the Mo. D. & D. Institution in 1851, at Fulton, and con- 
tinued in the work until his death in 1889. Elected to the 
Board of Trustees, Westminster College. He received the 
degree "A.M." from Centre College, Ky., 1847. Mrs. Kerr 
was Matron of the Mo. Institution 1851-72. 

(389) viii John Kelly Kerr, b 22, April 1810; d 1877, Kerrville, 
Shelby Co., Tenn. ; m 1839, Susan Penniston. 

(390) ix Rev. Andrew Hart Kerr, D. D., b 2, April 1812; d Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; m (1st) Clarissa Van Home; m (2nd) 1846, 
Mary Ward. 

(391) x Harriet Jane Kerr, b 13, Dec. 1814; m 1831, Sam'l. Gar- 
vin, Mississippi. 

(392) xi Maria Randolph Kerr, b 17, July 1817; d 20, March 1850, 
Hermitage, West Baton Rouge, Louisiana — (cholera). 

CHILDREN OF JAS. P. HENDERSON (134) AND MARGARET C. POL- 
LARD. 

(393) i Pauline Henderson; m David M. Clarkson of New York 
City, a publisher. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. HENDERSON (141) AND MARGARET ROGERS 

(394) i Isham Henderson; m ; Represented Henry Co., Ky. 

in the State Legislature 1820, and was a State Senator 
1822-3. 

(395) ii Charles Henderson. 

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(396) iii Miss Henderson; in Dr. John C. Pendelton of Hartford, 
Ohio Co., Ky., a surgeon in the Army during the Civil war. 

(397) iv Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF ISHAM HENDERSON (135) AND MISS KIRTLEY. 

(398) i William Henderson. 

(399) ii Isham Henderson; — both educated in Centre College, Ky 

(400) iii Miss Henderson; m Hon. William J. Graves, b 1805, New 
Castle, Ky.; d 27, Sept. 1848, Ky. ; member of the State 
house of representatives 1834 ; Representative from Ken- 
tucky in the National House of Congress, 1835-40 ; killed 
Mr. Chilley at Bladensburg, Md., in a duel. 

CHILDREN OF BENNETT HENDERSON (136) AND 

(401) i Bennett H. Henderson; m a sister of Dr. Shelby, of Nash- 
ville, Tenn. Mr. Henderson was an elder in the Presby- 
terian church and a member of Congress from Tennessee, 
March 1815-17; d Summerville, Tenn. 

(402) ii Lytleton Henderson; d Memphis, Tenn. ab 1876, was a 
highly respected citizen, a member of the Session of the 
Presbyterian church. 

(403) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF WM. HENDERSON (145) AND REBECCA HUDSON. 

(404) i Wm. Henderson, Jr. 

(405) ii Jean Henderson. 

(406) iii John H. Henderson. 

(407) iv Florence Henderson. 

(408) v Charles Henderson. 

(409) vi Bennett Henderson. 

(410) vii James Alexander Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF MARY HENDERSON (146) AND HOPKINS LEWIS. 

(411) i Chas. Lewis. 

(412) ii Wm. Lewis. 

(413) iii Andrew Lewis. — There were four others. 

CHILDREN OF FRANCES HENDERSON (147) AND JOHN HINES. 

(418) i John H. Hines. 

(419) ii Elizabeth Hines. 

(420) iii Fannie Hines. — Allen Co., Ky. 

CHILDREN OF SARAH HENDERSON (148) AND MICAJAH CLARK. 

(421) i Sarah Clark. 

(422) ii Christian Clark. 

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(423) iii John Clark. 

(424) iv Elizabeth Clark; d 1840, Summer Co., Tenn. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH HENDERSON (149) AND PETER MARTIN. 

(425) i Sara Martin. 

(426) ii Hon. John Henderson Martin; m 1821, Amelia Monroe 
Kerr (384), b 4, March 1800; d 10, July 1844, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

(427) iii Elizabeth Martin. 

CHILDREN OF HON. ROBT. CLARK (159) AND 

(428) i Robert Clark; m Elizabeth M. Shackleford (dau of Benj. 
Shackleford; m 1799 Prances McCulloch), Clark Co., Ky. 
Soldier of the war of 1812. 

(429) ii Patterson Clark; m Frances A. Shackleford, sister of Eli- 
zabeth (See No. 428). P. Clark, a soldier of the war of 
1812, from Clark Co., Ky. Frances Shackleford 's brother, 
Richard C, was a merchant at St. Louis, one of his two 
daughters married (22, April 1875), Charles W. Knapp, 
Esq., of the St. Louis Republic. 

(430) iii Clark; Clark Co., Ky. 

CHILDREN OF BENNETT CLARK (161) AND MARTHA BULLOCK. 

(431) i John Bullock Clark, b 17, April 1802, Madison Co., Ky. ; d 
27, Oct. 1885, Fayette,. Mo.; m Eleanor Turner. Studied 
law and commenced practice at Fayette, Mo. ; Clerk How- 
ard County Court, 1824-34; commanded a Missouri Regi- 
ment of mounted volunteers in the Black-Hawk war 1832 ; 
Commissioned Maj. Gen, of militia 1848 ; member of Mo. 
State House of Representatives 1850-5 ; Commanded the 
State force called out to expel the Mormons from Missouri; 
elected Representative from Missouri to the 35th, 36th and 
37th Congresses ; served as Senator from Missouri, to the 
first Confederate Congress, and as Respresentative to the 
second Confederate Congress ; Brigadier Gen. in Confeder- 
ate Service. 

(432-33) others . 

Judge Benjamin F. Clark of the St. Louis Court of Criminal 
Correction, Division Xo. 2, favors the opinion that his father 
was closely related to Bennett Clark, possibly a nephew, 
and that he was born in Falmouth Co., Ky. ; he was for 
years Supt. of Instruction in Jefferson Co., Louisville; his 
brother, Hon. Benj. F. Clark, was one of the Judges of the 
State in the Court of Appeals. 

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CHILDREN OF JOHN THOS. HENDERSON (165) AND NANCY A. ALLEN 

(434) i Joseph Win. Henderson,, b 21, July 1847, Concord, Mo. ; m 
24 Dec. 1868, Lucy A. (dau of Win. H. McKamey and Anna 
Scott, the latter a gr-niece of Gov. Metcalf of Kentucky). 
Mr. Henderson has been a farmer the greater part of his 
life and has resided in Callaway Co., except two years in 
Mexico (1875-6) in the livery business. About 1902 he and 
his son procured a substantial interest in a profitable hard- 
ware store at AuxVasse. He is a member of the Session of 
the Aux-Vasse Presbyterian church. 

(435) ii Martha Susan Henderson ; dec. 

(436) ii John Archer Henderson, b 1850; m Lillie Edwards; Win- 
ters, Cal. 

(437) iv Thomas Bazzle Henderson, b Concord, Mo. ; m Ellie Fry, 
AuxVasse, Mo. 

(438) v Anna Henderson; m Robert Edmonson; dec, Mexico, Mo. 

(439) vi J. Henry Henderson, b 1, Dec. 1859; d 18, June 1905, 
Concord, Mo. ; m Louise Austin ; res. AuxVasse, Mo. 

(440) vii May Henderson; m John W. Bailey, son of Benj. Bailey 
and Frances Nail, of Franklin Co., Ky.,. came to Missouri 
1828. A brother, Hon. Chas. A. Bailey, represented Calla- 
way Co., in Mo. Legislature two terms. Mr. Bailey is a 
merchant at Concord, Mo., and resides in the house that 
was occupied by Oakland Seminary prior to the Civil war. 

(441) viii Elizabeth Russell Henderson; d in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF MARY E. HENDERSON (169) AND JUDGE BAZIL 

OFFUTT. 

(442) i Susan Offutt, b 25,. Nov. 1847, Audrain Co., Mo.; m 28, 
April 1870, Cephalus Black, M. D., b 12, June 1844, Platte 
City, Mo.; d 10, Oct. 1892. (Son of W. E. Black and Mary 
A. Campbell) ; Dr. Black was attending Alleghany College 
when Civil war began, entered King's batallion — field ar- 
tillery. After the war he took a course in medicine in Jeffer- 
son College, Philadelphia. Located, Concord, Mo. 

(4421-2) ii Vandalia Offutt; d 29th 18 , Kansas City 

Mo. ; Ae. 24y. ; m John X. Brown of Mexico, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY J. HENDERSON (172) AND WM. C. LEEPER (196). 

(443) i John T. Leeper; m Elizabeth Sappington. 

(444) ii Margaret Leeper. 

(445) iii Leeper. 



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CHILDREN OF JAS. S. HENDERSON (173) AND MARY C. CRAIG. 

(446) i Thomas Chalmers Henderson, b Callaway Co., Mo. ; m 
Linda Ford. Until 1915, Mr. Henderson resided at Con- 
cord; present address, Fulton, Mo. 

(447) ii Harriet B. Henderson, b 1873, Callaway Co., Mo.; d 1908; 
was graduated from Synodical College in 1892; unm. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH P. HENDERSON (174) AND A. PERRY 

POLLARD. 

(448) i Susan A. Pollard, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m Wm. P. Holt, an 
enterprising farmer and stockman of AuxVasse, Mo. 

(449) ii Mary (Molly) I. Pollard, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m 1882, 
Samuel Kyle Black (son of Sam Black and Margaret 
Lynch), b 21, March 1846, Hatton, Mo.; d 22, Dec. 1914, 
Fulton, Mo. Removed from the country to Fulton, Jan. 
1894, and acquired an interest in a drug store, which busi- 
ness he conducted until a short time before death. Was a 
member of the session of Fulton Presbyterian Church. 

(450) hi Joseph H. Pollard; m Pauline Mason, dec; Mr. Pollard 
is a prominent druggist at El Paso, Texas, where he has 
been for some years. 

(451) iv James T. Pollard; m Jennie Thomas, who graduated 
from Synodical College 1882 ; Mr. Pollard began life as a 
farmer in west Callaway; entered the drug business at Aux- 
Vasse ; removed to Fulton about 1890-1 and continued as a 
pharmacist, present firm: "Pollard & Tucker." 

(452) v Nannie A. Pollard, b Callaway Co., Mo.; removed to Ful- 
ton, when very young; an efficient instructor in the Minne- 
sota School for the deaf at Fairbault; was graduated from 
Synodical College 1881. 

(453) vi William J. Pollard, b Callaway Co., Mo.; druggist, with 
Morris Drug Co., Fulton, Mo. 

(454) vii Nellie M. Pollard; unm.; res. Texas. 

(455) viii Bertha A. Pollard, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m Wm. H. Bur- 
ges, Texas. 

CHILDREN OF MARY A. HENDERSON (175) AND JOSEPH SALLEE 

(456) i William Sallee. 

(457) ii Elizabeth S. Sallee. 

(458) iii John E. Sallee, d 25, Feb. 1843; Ae. 11 m and 8 d. 

(459) iv Frances S. Sallee, d 26, Oct. 1871; Ae. 17y, 3 m and 29 d. 

(460) v Mosely Sallee. 

(461) vi Infant; d May 1857. 

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(462) vii Margaret Sallee. 

(463) viii Joseph Sallee, Jr. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH HENDERSON (176) AND JAS. H. BAYNHAM 

(464) i Frances Baynham; m 17, Nov. 1908, Robt. Edmond Fisher, 
b 20, March 1873, son of Thos. Fisher, (a cousin of Gen. J. 
E. B. Stuart) and Mary E. Huff. Mr. R. E. Fisher was 
Asst. Cashier of Farmers & Traders Bank at AuxVasse, 
1906-10; Callaway County Collector 1911-14; Real estate 
business, Fulton, Mo., 1915. 

(465) ii Joseph Baynham; farmer, McCredie, Mo. 

(466) iii Virginia M. Baynham; m 5, July 1915, Robt. N. Craig, 
McCredie, Mo. 

(467) iv Katherine Baynham, McCredie, Mo. 

(468) v Callie Harris Baynham; m 5, July 1915, N. Herbert 
Vaughan, New Bloomfield, Mo. (Nos. 466 and 468, m in 
Fulton on the same occasion, Rev. Eugene F. Abbott, D. D., 
officiating). Mrs. Vaughan was deputy Collector of Calla- 
way 1911-14. 

(468) vi Harry Baynham ; McCredie, Mo., traveling salesman. 

(469) vii Helen Baynham; McCredie, Mo. — unm. 

(470) viii Bessie Baynham ; McCredie, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF FRANCES J. HENDERSON (178) AND RICHARD M. 

BARNES. 

(471) i Barnes. 

(472) ii Helen F. Barnes, b 15, Aug. 1855; d 5, Feb. 1879; m H. 
"W. Hite, Callaway Co., Mo. 

(473) iii Mary (Molly) Barnes; (twin to No. 472). 

(474) iv Alfred Barnes; farmer, Hatton, Mo. 

(475) v Barnes. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN B. HENDERSON (179) AND MARY MCPHEETERS 

(284). 

(476) i Mary Jane Henderson, b 13, Dec. 1840; m 27, March 1867. 
John J. McPheeters (See No. 224) ; Auxvasse, Mo. 

(477) ii Elizabeth Alice Henderson, b 26, Aug. 1853; d 1, July 
1915, St. Louis, Mo.; m 1882, James Rudd ; res. St. Louis. 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudd removed to Indian Territory in 1895 
and remained a few years. 

(478) iii Charles Arthur Henderson, b 30, March 1857; m Eliza- 
beth Russell (679) ; dec. Res. Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 

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(479) iv Joseph William Henderson, b 8, Oct. 1867; m 26, March 
1907, Olga England. Mr. Henderson was with Harrison- 
McCue, Gen. Mdse Co., of AuxVasse,. Mo., ab 1895; now 
with Simmons Hdw. Co., res. Wichita, Kans. 

(4791-2) v John Robert Henderson, b 24, March 1859; m Margar- 
et Hutcherson. 

CHILDREN OF THOS. CHALMERS HENDERSON (184) AND MILDRED 

CAUTHORN. 

(480) i Stella Henderson ; m P. Cauthorn, of Mexico, Mo. 

(481) ii Chalmers Henderson; Mexico, Mo. Grad. from Mo. U. 
1914-5. 

(482) iii Roswell P. Henderson, Molino, Mo.; grad. from Westmin- 
ster College, 1914 ; student in Louisville Seminary ; won 
Oratorical contest in Westminster 1913; supply for Old 
AuxVasse Presbyterian church, since the death of Rev. 
John F. Cowan, D. D., who ministered to this congregation 
from Oct. 1861 to April 1915. 

(483) iv Mary Henderson; mini., Molino, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF AMANDA E. DUNCAN (190) AND THOS. PATTON. 

(484) i Patton; dec. 

(485) ii Charles Alfred Patton; m Laura Myers (sister of Hon. 
Henry L. Myers, United States Senator from Montana 1912- 
17) ; Mrs. Patton is a past Pres. of the Fulton Presbyterian 
Missionary Soc, her girlhood home was Boonville, Mo. Mr. 
Patton was a student in Westminster College 1862-64; he 
is the oldest merchant in Fulton in point of service, having 
opened a news stand in 1852. 

(486) iii Thos. Mitchell Patton; dec; attended Westminster Col- 
lege 1853-5. 

(487) iv James Patton; dec; m Miss Dudley of Audrain Co., Mo. 

(488) v Emily Patton; taught school in Fulton prior to and dur- 
ing the Civil war. 

CHILDREN OF LOUISA LEEPER (199) AND JOHN PRICE. 

(489 i Chas. Webster Price, Audrain Co., Mo.; m ; West- 
minster College, 1856 ; dec. 

(490) ii Mary Price; m (1st) James Berry, dec; m (2nd) . 

(491) iii John Price, dec. 

(492) iv Kyle Price, dec. 
(493 v Louise Price. 

CHILDREN OF ISABELLA C. LEEPER (200) AND WM. N. PLEDGE. 

(494) i Infant, dec. 

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(495) ii Minnie E. Pledge ; m Joseph FerrelL Mexico, Mo. 

(496) iii Jas. William Pledge; d 17, Aug. 1913, Mexico, Mo.; unm. 

(497) iv Geo. Thos. Pledge; d 12, March 1913, Mexico, Mo.; unm. 

(498) v Pinkney L. Pledge, b 1, May 1851,. Callaway Co., Mo.; d 
12, Feb. 1879; m 1876-7, John J. Sipples, son of Rev. Win. 
H. Sipples and Nancy Ashcraft. Mr. Sipples in Commission 
business, Parsons, Kan, 1884. 

(499) vi Harvey A. Pledge; d in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF SALLIE LEEPER (204) AND JAS. HARRISON. 

(500) i John Harrison. 

(501) ii Sarah Harrison. 

(502) iii James Harrison and others. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. B. McINTRIE (213) AND R. MILLIE BAKER. 

(503) i Mary J. Mclntire, b 15, April 1843; d 2, May 1886; m 30, 
Oct. 1860, Wm. Atkinson Hart, b 18, April 1838; d 5 Dec, 

. Mr. Hart was a farmer until 1868, when he and his 

eldest son procured a hardware business. 

(504) ii Annie Eliza Mclntire, b 26, Jan. 1845; d 19, March 1914, 
Windsor, Mo.; m 18, April 1866, John Carlton Hart, b 20, 
Oct. 1820, Virginia ; d 24, July 1893, Mo. Mr. Hart was a dis- 
tant kinsman to Senator Thos. Hart Benton, of Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. B. McINTIRE (213) AND PRISCILLA GRIFFITH. 

(505) i James Lucas Mclntire, b 1, Dec. 1858; m (1st) 12, Oct. 
1898, Maude Young, b 28, March 1865 ; d 6, June 1904 ; m 
(2nd) 4, Oct. 1906, Clara Elizabeth Robinson, Boone Co., 
Mo. (b 28, March 1868) res., Centralia, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER M. McINTIRE (214) AND GRAZILLABOYD 

(506) i Thomas Mclntire, b 25, Aug. 1846 ; m Cecil . 

(507) ii James Wm. Mclntire, b 19, Feb. 1848; d 3, Jan. 1912; m 
3 March 18—, Martha J. Foster. 

(508) iii Joseph A. Mclntire, b 14, Jan. 1850; m 21, Oct. 1883, 
Mary Means, b 25, May 1864. 

(509) iv Annie Mclntire, b 11, July 1853; d 2, Feb. 1890. 

(510) v Mary Mclntire, b 8, Jan. 1856; m 16, Feb. 1880, Henry C. 
Oakes, Henry Co., Mo. 

(511) vi Amanda Mclntire, b 21, March 1859; d 28, Dec. 1861; m 
Mr. McClung. 

(512) vii Margaret Mclntire, b 15, Aug. 1861; m Wm. Burns. 

(513) viii Lee Mclntire, b 13, July 1864; m Jashua Ladd, Wind- 
sor, Mo. 



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CHILDREN OF THOS. C. McINTIRE (215) AND MARGARET SIMMONS. 

(821) i William Tiios. Mclntire, b Callaway Co., Mo.; Pres. of the 
Mclntire Sheep & Goat Commission Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

(822) ii Eliza Mclntire,. b Callaway Co., Mo. 

(823) iii Margaret Mclntire; res. Hatton, Mo. 

(824) iv Mary (Molly) Mclntire. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS C. McINTIRE (215) AND MOLLIE . 

(825) i Albert Mclntire; m Millie . 

CHILDREN OF SARAH A. McINTIRE (216) AND CHRISTIAN G. SNELL. 

(511) i John Thos. Snell, b 3, March 1811 ; d 7, Jan. 1861 ; unm. 

(515) ii Jas. B. Snell, b 1, Feb. 1812; d 19, May 1843. 

(516) iii Snell. 

(517) iv Snell. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN J. McPHEETERS (224) AND MARY J. HENDER- 
SON (476). 

(518) i John Win. McPheeters, b 17, Jan. 1868; m 1, Nov. 1893, 
Lina, dau. of Sam'l. Rothwell, Esq.; mercantile business, 
Fulton, Mo. 

(519) ii Oliver Rice McPheeters, b 26, Feb. 1871, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; unm. Westminster College 1888 ; mercantile business 
at AuxVasse until ab 1910; res. Fulton, Mo. 

(520) iii Joseph Thos. McPheeters, b 27, Sept. 1874; m 15, Nov. 
1906, Grace Wilson; farmer, Concord, Mo. 

(521) iv Mary Logan McPheeters, b 26, May 1877; unm., Aux- 
Vasse, Mo. 

(522) v Daisy Iola McPheeters, b 10, Oct. 1880; unm. 

(523) vi Jessie Bertha McPheeters, b 26, Dec. 1883; unm. 

CHILDREN OF THOS. R. McPHEETERS (225) AND ELIZABETH HUN- 
TER. 

(524) i Martha Radcliffe McPheeters ,b 16, March 1882; unm.; 
Chandler, Okla. 

(525) ii Eleanor Hunter McPheeters, b 13, Aug. 1883; unm. 

(526) iii Wm. Henry McPheeters, b 7, March 1886; unm. 

(527) iv Margaret Isabella McPheeters, b 18, Feb. 1887. 

(528) v Thos Ralph McPheeters, b 6, May 1888; m 27, Aug. 1913, 
Ethel Smith. 

(529) vi Archibald Allen McPheeters, b 30, March 1890; educated 
Missouri University. 

CHILDREN OF DELITHA HENDERSON (226) AND ABRAM WARFORD. 

(530) i Martha Ann Warford. b 13, Sept. 1828; d 22, Jan. 1872: 

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in 10, May 1846, Chesterfield, Walden, son of Abednego 
Walden. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. DELITHA H. WARFORD (226) AND ABEDNEGO 

WALDEN. 

(531) i Zephniah Walden, b 13, Aug. 1839; in 26, March 1862, 
Elizabeth Jane Frazier, b 24, May 1846; d Sept. 1907; res. 
Moberly, Mo. 

(532) ii Lucy Jane Walden; m Mr. Holbrook; res. Jetmore, Kan. 

(533) iii Joseph Austin Walden; d April 1865, in prison at Rock 
Island,. 111. Enlisted in Confederacy and joined Gen. Sterl- 
ing Price's army when it was at Glasgow, Mo.; subsequent- 
ly taken prisoner by Federal soldiers and died of pneumonia 
in prison. 

(534) iv Susan Catharine Walden, b 22, Jan. 1846; m (1st) 22, 
Jan. 1878, at Huntsville, Mo., Silas Edward Benson; m 
(2nd) 25, April 1889,. Jas. Brain, merchant, Elko, Nevada. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. DELITHA H. W. WALDEN (226) AND HEZEKIAH 

MILLER. 

(535) i Major Homer Miller, b 7, Jan. 1855; m 22, March 1883, 
Emily Woody; res. Elko, Nev. 

CHILDREN OF LUVICY HENDERSON (227) AND LEVI WARFORD. 

(536) i John R. Warford, b 4, June 1829 ; d 4, June 1829. 

(537) ii Wm. A. Warford, b 11, April 1830, Madison Co., Ky.; m 
17, Nov. 1851, Martha J. Davis. Mr. Warford 's boyhood 
days were spent in Randolph Co.,. Mo.; he crossed the west- 
ern plains with his father and returned to Pittsville, Mo. 
He is an extensive farmer. 

(538) iii Osborne Warford, b 26, Dec. 1831; m (1st) 17, April 
1853, Margaret Davis, b 6, Feb. 1836; d 4, March 1894; m 
(2nd) 15, March 1900, Jennie Proctor; res. Adrain, Bates 
Co., Mo. 

(539) iv Mady A. Warford, b 4, May 1833; m (1st) 5, April 1849, 
Geo. W. Berry, d 14, Jan. 1852; m (2nd) 25, May 1854, Ed- 
ward L. Baldridge, d 13, July 1896; res. West Grove, Iowa. 

(540) v David Warford, b 7, March 1845; d 9, May 1880, Bates 
Co., Mo. ; m 27, Dec. 1855, Martha Rachael Crow, b 25, Nov. 
1838, (Ashland Co., Ohio, dau of Jos. and Mary Crow. D f 
Warford removed with his parents from Randolph Co., Mo. 
to Iowa; to Colorado 1864; to Johnson Co., Mo. 1867; Bates 
Co., Mo. 1871. 

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(541) vi Martha J. Warford, b 27, Feb. 1838 ; in 5, March 1863 
(Appanoose Co., Iowa) J. E. McClure, b 25, Nov. 1842, Pul- 
aski Co., N. J., res. Canon City, Colo. 

(542) vii Doctor C. Warford, b lb, Nov. 1840"; d Nov. 1856. 
(543; viii Juda E. Warford, b 3, July 1843; m (1st) 9, Feb. 1863, 

Joseph J. Ryan, d 23, Sept. 1865; m (2nd) J. E. Hamilton; 
res. Pittsville, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF DR. OSBORNE HENDERSON (228) AND LUCY E. 

STERNE. 

(544) i Joseph Sterne Henderson, b 17, Oct. 1847, Glasgow, Mo.; 
m. 5, Aug. 1873, Lelie Hay den (b 18, Sept. 1851, Glasgow, 
Mo., dau of Luke Flyer Hayden and Susan Magaret Dono- 
hue). Dr. Henderson purchased his father's drug business 
in 1872 and has since conducted it. The Hay dens are an 
ancient family of Devon, England, and took this saxon 
name from the village of "Heydon" in Norfolk, which was 
their earliest known residence. "Heydon Manor," and 
'"Heydon Hall,"' in Eyresford Hundred, now S. Erping- 
ham (at the conquest a part of Stinton Manor, and so called 
in the "Doomsday Book,") were held by the family from 
1200 to 1565, when they sold the Manor to the Bulwer- Lyt- 
ton family, by whom it is still held, and removed to Bacon- 
strop, where the Norfolk branch remained until 1689 — gen- 
erally Knightly rank, and often distinguished in camp and 
at Court. Among the descendants of this historical line 
are Queen Bess, Queen Anne Boleyn, Earls of Warren, Sir 
Sidney Heydon, Justice Thos. De Meydon and numerous 
others. 

(545) ii John Francis Henderson, b 1, Oct. 1849; d 23, Aug. 1899. 
Glasgow, Mo.; m 18, March 1873 (Glasgow) Kate Kava- 
naugh (dau of Cortez Douglas Kavanaugh and Catherine 
Moore Connally). Mr. Henderson was for some years, book- 
keeper in a Glasgow Bank, but it now traveling for a large 
publishing house. 

(546) iii Infant son, b 2, Sept. 1851; d 3, Sept. 1851. 

(547) iv Wm. Eugene Henderson, b 21, Aug. 1852; m 25, Sept. 
1878, (St. Louis) Rebecca Prichartt. 

(548) v Anna Henderson, b 19, Jan. 1856; m 16, Feb. 1882, Geo. 
S. Liggett, M. D., b 27, Oct. 1853, Williston, Va. A physi- 
cian and surgeon of Oswego, Kan. 

(549) vi Lucy Henderson, b 17, July 1858; d 18, Feb. 1893, Alton, 
111.; m 17, Nov. 1880, (Sedalia, Mo.) Thos. Edwin Finley. 

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(550) vii Mary Collins Henderson, b 29, Aug. 1860; m 30, April 

1884, Leslie Orear, b 3, Jan. 1854, Mt. Sterling, Ky.; d 27, 
June 1900, Marshall, Mo. Mr. Orear was an able attorney 
at law; Master of the Masonic lodge in Mt. Sterling, Ky., 
1875 ; Royal Arch Mason 1876 ; served as High Priest in 
Kentucky and Missouri; Knighted a Templar, 1879; Grand 
Commander of the Knights Templars of Missouri, 1896 ; 
Grand Senior Stewart of the Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., Mo., 
at the time of his death ; member of Council No. 24, and A. 
A. S. R. 

(551) viii Osborne Lester Henderson, b 23, March 1865, St. Louis; 
m 7, Aug. 1889 (New Port, Ky.) Mary Elizabeth Cassell. 

(552) ix Charles Henderson, b 17, March 1867; d 2, Sept. 1867. 

(553) x Susie Henderson, b 16, Sept. 1869; d 23, May 1874. 

CHILDREN OF LUCINDA HENDERSON (229) AND JOHN HOCKER- 

SMITH. 

(554) i Lucy Ann Hockersmith, b 3, June 1832 ; m 30, March 1854, 
Jas. Thos. Coons, b 2, Aug. 1832, Indiana; d 23, April 1890, 
Davis Co., Iowa. 

(555) ii George Hockersmith, b 31, Jan. 1834,. Mo.; d 4, June 1866 
(of fever) in hospital at Davis Island, New York; m 17. 
Jan. 1856, Emily Jane Atwood (dau of Mason and Cathar-r 
ine Atwood) ; Mr. Hockersmith enlisted in the Federal army 
during the Civil war; Co. A., 4th Reg. Iowa Volunteer In- 
fantry; Mrs. Hockersmith resides at Drakeville, Iowa. 

(556) iii Lihen Hockersmith, b 11, Dec. 1835; d 24, April 1850. 

(557) iv Polina Hockersmith, b 24, Jan. 1838; d 6, Feb. 1862; m 
9, March 1858, Andrew Frock. 

(558) v Minerva Hockersmith, b 1, March 1840; d 14, April 1905, 
Wayne Co., la. ; m 9, Aug. 1860, R. L. Blakeley. 

(559) vi Wm. J. Hockersmith, b 23, April 1842; m (1st) 24, Sept, 
1865, Margaret Shewey, b 7, June 1843 ; d 23, Dec. 1847 ; m 
(2nd) 15, May 1891, Mariah J. Brunk; res. Savanna, la. 

(560) vii Sidney B. Hockersmith, b 18, June 1844; d 14, Sept. 

1885, West Grove, la.; m 14, Jan. 1872, Rebecca J. Alex- 
ander. 

(561) viii Martha E. Hockersmith, b 23, Sept. 1846, la.; d 28, Jan. 
1904, Canton, Kan. ; m 11, Oct. 1866, Peter Mason Coons, b 
11, May 1845. 

(562) ix John S. Hockersmith, b 23, Jan. 1849, Davis Co., la.; m 
(1st) 10, Sept. 1868, Martha E. Demar; dec; m (2nd) 22, 

May 1892, Mary E. Smith. 

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(563) x Louis F. Hockersmith, b 23, April 1851; d 6, Dec. 1906, 
Los Angeles, Cal. ; m 31, Oct. 1869, Emma C. Clements. 

(561) xi Mary T. Hockersmith, b 1, April 1855; m 10, March 1880, 
A. D. Krous, (real estate business) Hutchinson, Kan. 

(565) xii James B. Hockersmith, b 18, July 1857; m 15, Feb. 1877, 
Emma C. Vest, res., Bloomfield, la. 

(566) xiii Vina Hockersmith, b 20, Feb. 1861; m Chas. Dunbar. 

CHILDREN OF NANCY HENDERSON (230) AND SAM SCRUTCHFIELD. 

(567) i Margaret Ann Scrutchfield, b 18, April 1835; d 10, March 
1897, Holden. Mo.; m 11, Nov. 1851, John D. Miller (592), 
b 6, Aug. 1827. Mr. Miller m (2nd), 27, Jan. 1901, Mary 
D. Henderson Amey (592). 

568) ii Delitha Jane Scrutchfield, b 10, March 1837; m 27, Nov. 

1858, Geo. Russell, b 23, Jan. 1838; Contractor and Builder; 

Marysville, Cal. 
,569) iii Mary Elizabeth Scrutchfield, b 16, Jan. 1839; m (1st) 8, 

July 1860, Wm. B. Davis, b 18, 1828,. Illinois ; d 1861, 

Missouri; m (2nd) 19, Oct. 1876, Alfred Riley Norman, b 

17, Dec. 1827 ; d 16, Nov. 1891 ; Metz, Mo. 

(570) iv Henry Scrutchfield, b 17, Sept, 1840; d 1875; m 1867-8, 
Miss Brumester. Emigrated to Oregon 1863; returned to 
Missouri 1874. 

(571) v Sara Frances Scrutchfield, b 15, Aug. 1842; d 1843. 

(572) vi Jas. Anderson Scrutchfield, b 15, July 1844; to Montana. 
1865 ; later married, separated ; married again ; further data 
lacking. 

(573) vii Cassindanna Scrutchfield, b 17, May 1846; d 1898; m 
(1st) 12, Jan. 1865, Joshua Cook, b 4, Nov. 1845; d 19, 
Sept. 1867; m (2nd) 2, Oct. 1872, George L. Miller, b 15, 
March 1849. 

(574) viii Lucy Binda Scrutchfield, b 18, Aug. 1848; d Aug. 1867. 

(575) ix Osborne Scrutchfield, b 12, March 1850; m 3, April 1881, 
Jennie Cline, b 11, March 1856 ; res. Rinehart, Vernon Co.. 
Missouri. 

(576) x John Franklin Scrutchfield, b 12, July 1853; m 3, Dec. 
1885, Eliza Lee Gary, b 26, Aug. 1861 ; res. Metz, Mo. 

(577) xi Louella Clementine Scrutchfield, b 19, July 1854; m (1st) 
12, June 1873, Alfred Martin, b 1848; d 16, April 1898; m 
(2nd) 6, April 1892, J. T. Johnson, 3, April 1841; res. 
Lacygne, Lynn Co., Kan. 

(578) xii Geo. Douglass Scrutchfield, b 27, March 1859; d 1874. 

(579) xiii Samuel Marion Scrutchfield, b 1, Nov. I860; d 1872. 

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(580) xiv Chas. Harvey ScrutchfLeld, b 2, May 1863 ; in 5, Dec. 
Ib94, Jane Sturgeon, b 5, Feb. 1874; res. Guthrie, Okia. 

CHILDREN OF MILDERED A. HENDERSON (231) AND LIBERTY 

NOBLE. 

(581 J i Casendana Noble, b 24, Aug. 1840; d 10, Jan. 1845. 
(bt>2) ii Bertey Pendleton Noble, b 4, Sept. 1842; d 2,. Jau. 1845. 
1,583,) ill Irwin Green Noble, b 10, March 1844; d 8, Jan. 1845. 

(584) iv Nancy Jane Noble, b 10, March 1846; m 19, Nov. 1884, 
F. G. Elsea, (See No. 587). 

(585) v Deliah James Noble, b 10, Dec. 1848; d 14, Aug. 1874. 

(586) vi Lucinda Ann Noble, b 11,. Sept. 1853; m 20, May 1874, 
W. G. McCall, b 11, Jan. 1851 ; d Macon, Mo. 

(587) vii Lucy McLean Noble, b 21, Dec. 1856; d 10, Feb. 1884; 
m 10, May 1877, F. G. Elsea, (See No. 584). 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (232) AND SABRA HARDESTY. 

(588) i Lucy B. Henderson, b 27, Sept. 1842; m 25, Jan. 1860; 
Win. Henry Missman, b 24, July 1835; d 4, Nov. 1905; res. 
Chillicothe, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (232) AND MARY F. COOK. 

(589) i Mary D. Henderson, b 8, May 1854; d 29, Nov. 1859. 

(590) ii Wm. Arthur Henderson, M. D., b 3, Feb. 1857 ; m 8, June 
1876, Margaret L. Peery. Dr. Henderson practiced medicine 
in Chillicothe 17 years; now Kansas City, Mo. 

(591) iii Laura B. Henderson, b 10, Oct. 1860; m 10, Oct. 1881, T. 
J. Patterson, Chillicothe, Mo. 

(592) iv Mary D. Henderson, b 24, Dec. 1862; m (1st) 6, Sept. 
1884, Albert Amey (See No. 567) ; m (2nd) 27, Jan. 1901, 
John D. Miller; res. Holden, Mo. 

(593) v Sadie Henderson, b 7, March 1865; d 10, Sept. 1891. 

(594) vi Jessie C. Henderson, b 28, July 1868 ; m 9, Oct. 1892, Ed- 
gar F. Fielding, res. Los Angeles, Cal. 

CHILDREN OF SARAH HENDERSON (234) AND MATTHEW NOBLE. 

(595) i James M. Noble, b 20, April 1840; m 1, Oct. 1868, Martha 
V. Gates; res. Garden City, Cass Co., Mo. 

(596) ii Julia Ann Noble, b 16, Feb. 1843; d 1848. 

(597) iii Martha J. Noble, b 11, Feb. 1845; d 1865; unm. 

(598) iv Mary E. Noble, b 21, March 1847; Cass Co., Mo. 

(599) v Jos. T. Noble, b 5, Jan. 1849; d 3, Nov. 1869. 

(600) vi Luvias Noble, b 14, Oct. 1852; m (1st) 10, May 1870, A. 
J. Norvel; dec; m (2nd) 21, Jan. 1883, W. H. Ludwig; res. 
Harrisonville, Mo. 

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(601) vii Malinda Noble, b 20, April 1858. 

CHILDREN OF JALE HENDERSON (235) AND WM. PITTMAN. 

(602) i Harvey S. Pittman, b 12, Oct. 1815; m 28, Feb. 1864, Har- 
riet A. Dorsett; res. Powerville, Mo. Farmer. 

(603) ii Martha A. Pittman, b 30, July 1848; m (1st) 9, March 
1865, David Shepherd; dec; m (2nd) 1885, R. C. King; m 
(3rd) Reuben Blakley; res. Cordon, Iowa. 

(604) iii Infant; d in infancy. 

(605) iv Infant; d in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF JEFFERSON HENDERSON (237) AND . 

(606) i Belle Henderson, b 8, May 1860; m 6, June 18 , (San 

Francisco) Win. Horace Brown. 

(607) ii Louis Osborne Henderson, b 16, Jan. 1862; m 7, March 
1886, Lillian A. Grover. 

(608) iii John Henderson, b 21, Dec. 1864; m 11, April 1892, 
Maude Henley. 

(609) iv Jos. Jefferson Henderson, b 2, Sept. 1870; m 11, April 

1894, Marjorie Horton. 

(610) v Chas. Belknap Henderson, b 8, June 1873; m 8, April 
1900, Ethel Laura (dau W. T. Smith). 

CHILDREN OF DR. WM. WALTER HENDERSON (241) AND MARTHA 

EVANS. 

(611) i Eugene Henderson. 

(612) ii Bassett Henderson; dec. 

(613) iii Mary Henderson; dec. 

(614) iv Henrietta Henderson; dec. 

(615) v John Henderson. 

(616) vi James Henderson. 

(617) vii Martha Henderson, St. Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE JAS. ALEXANDER HENDERSON (242) AND 

VIRGINIA ROYALL. 

(618) i Royall Henderson, b 22, May 1860; d 16, Sept. 1864. 

(619) ii George R. Henderson, b 8, Sept, 1862; d 24, Dec. 1908. 

(620) iii Frank L. Henderson, M. D., b 18, March 1865; m 31, Dec. 

1895, Gertrude B. Spalding, b 19, Jan. 1869. Dr. Hender- 
son is a practicing physician and surgeon, St. Louis, Mo. — 
Humboldt Building. 

(621) iv Judge Wm. W. Henderson, b 25, June 1869; m 5, Feb. 
1891, Rose McCansland, b 17, May 1870. Mr. Henderson is 
an able attorney and judge of the Probate Court, St. Louis ; 

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Co., Mo.; member of the Board of Directors of Vandeventer 
Trust Co. Mrs. Henderson, elected Pres. Confederate Dames, 
U. D. C, 1915, St. Louis, Mo. Res. Bridgeton, Mo. 

(622) v Evelyn Price Henderson, b 16, Dec. 1871; d 29, Jan. 1905; 
m 2, Dec. 1896, Herbert W. Snow, b 1, Sept. 1863. 

(623) vi Baul Henderson, b 5, March. 1875; d 14, July 1905; St. 
Louis. 

(624) vii Edwin E. Henderson, b 4, June 1880; d 27, April 1891. 

CHILDREN OP FRED HENDERSON (239) AND . 

(625) i Frederick S. Henderson, b 1892; m 12, Sept. 1914, Adele 
P. Fitzgerald, b 1896— dau of Mrs. Michael Fitzgerald. Mr. 
Henderson is a St. Louis attorney at law. 

(626) ii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF MARY F. HENDERSON (244) AND EDGAR MOORE. 

(627) i Alexander Moore, b 10, May 1874, Callaway Co., Mo. 

(628) ii Edgar Blackburn Moore, b 23, Sept. 1875. 

(629) iii Mary Henderson Moore, b 1, Feb. 1878; d 26, July 1778. 

(630) iv Jewett Henderson Moore, b 22, Sept. 1880; d 12, June 
1881. 

(631) v Alfred Finley Moore, b 15, April 1884; (real estate?) Los 
Angeles, Cali. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. HENDERSON (245) AND ELIZABETH RICE. 

(632) i Katherine Burch Henderson; d 21, Dec. 1914, Kansas 
City, Mo. ; Ae. 39 y. ; m 28, Aug. 1901, Aylette Treville Britt, 
D. D. S., who entered Westminster College from Montgom- 
ery City, Mo., 1893, was a member of the Kappa Alpha fra- 
ternity, studied for the ministry in the Baptist church, 
graduated 1897; practices dentistry Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. 
Britt was graduated from Synodical College 1894, where 
she was a member of the Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority. 

(633) ii Alexander Rice Henderson; d 1902, Fulton, Mo.; unm. ; 
was graduated from Westminster College 1897 ; a member of 
the Beta Theta Pi fraternity ; specialized in civil engineer- 
ing and was detailed for responsible railroad work in S. 
America when death occurred. 

(634) iii Esther Henderson; m 1907, John Robinson Baker; b 9, 
Dec. 1879; prominent attorney at Fulton, Mo., who was a 
graduate of Westminster College in 1898; engaged in rail- 
road work in South America; studied law, admitted to bar 
1907; City attorney of Fulton, 1909-10; prosecuting attor- 
ney of Callaway Co. 1911-12. Mrs. Baker a graduate of 
Synodical, 1900; Beta Sigma Omicron. 

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(635) iv Infant son (twin to Xo. 634) d in infancy. 
CHILDREN OF THEO. W. HENDERSON (264) AND SARAH SHELEY. 

(636) i Elmer Charles Henderson, b Fulton, Mo.; m 8, April 1903, 
Eugenia Anna (dau of Dr. John T. Brown), who was edu- 
cated at Synodical College ; a loyal Beta Sigma Omicron. 
Mr. Henderson was a Phi Delta Theta in Westminster 1890- 
91 ; elected historian of the general council of the Phi Delta 
Theta fraternity in Jan. 1913; has taken the several degrees 
in Masonery: F. A. M., R, A. M., K. T., A. A. S. R., and 
Mystic Shrine. A member of the Board of Trustees of 
Westminster College; senior member of a prosperous retail 
shoe store in Fulton, Mo. 

(637) ii Wm. Harry Henderson, b Fulton, Mo.; m 190—, Erna 
(dau of John McGreagor), who was educated in Synodical 
College, a Beta Sigma Omicron. Mr. Henderson attended 
Westminster 1889-90, where he was made a Phi Delta Theta. 
He is an apostle of Democracy and senior member of the 
department store, ' 'Henderson & Henderson," Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. C. HENDERSON (265) AND FANNIE . 



(638) i Harry Henderson, b Nevada; res., Billings, Mont. 
CHILDREN OF MARTHA HENDERSON (269) AND DR. JOHN POTTS. 

(639) i Martha Potts, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m Jeter Walthall, 
(See No. 272), d Fulton, Mo.; Ae. 61. Mrs. Martha P. Wal- 
thall, m (2nd) Mr. Hatcher, Calif. 

(640) ii Bessie Walthall Potts; res. San Francisco, Cal. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. SNELL HENDERSON (270) AND LIDA DILLARD. 

(641) i Gussie Henderson, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m J. D. Marr, 
Supt. of the public schools at Mansfield, Colo. 

(642) ii Martha Henderson, b 15, June 18 — , Callaway Co., Mo.; m 
27, Dec. 1910, Wm. L. Turner, farmer, AuxVasse, Mo., a dis- 
tant kinsman of Hon. Wm. J. Stone, United States Senator 
from Mo. 

(643) iii John S. Henderson, b Callaway Co., Mo.; unm; farmer, 
McCredie, Mo. 

(644) iv Annie Henderson, b 30, Dec. 188 — , Callaway Co., Mo.; m 
11, Dec. 1906, Kale Maupin, Bachelor, Mo.; removed to farm 
near McCredie, Mo., 1913 

(645) v Wm. Warner Henderson, b Callaway Co., Mo., 188 — ; 
contractor, Molino, Mo. 

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(646) vi Mary Henderson; dec. 

(647) vii Infant (twin to No. 646) d in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF MARY S. HENDERSON (272) AND JETER WALTHALL. 

(648) i Win. Henderson Walthall, b Fulton, Mo.; m Miss Wolff; 
Mr. Walthall was graduated from Westminster College 
1900, Kappa Alpha ; removed to San Francisco, real estate 
business. 

(649) ii Walthall. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN STEELE HENDERSON (273) AND LIDA HARRI- 
SON. 

(650) i Walter Frank Henderson, b Fulton, Mo.; unm; Westmin- 
ster College 1899-1902, where he was made a Beta Theta Pi, 
and later assistant instructor in Chemistry ; Assistant Cash- 
ier of Southern Bank of Fulton until he resigned in 1914 ; 
Treasurer of Mo. Presbytery; removed to Chicago, 1915, 
and is connected with a wholesale house. 

(651) ii Thos. Harrison Henderson; unm; educated in Westmin- 
ster College, where he was a Kappa Alpha; removed to 
Colorado ; returned and acquired an interest in Henderson 
& Henderson Dept. Store, but sold his interest, 1914; res., 
Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH McC. TATE (274) "AND GEO. W. WASH- 
INGTON. 

(652) i Annie Elsie Washington, b 28, Jan. 1870, Williamsburg, 
Mo. ; d 3, Dec. 1892, Fulton, Mo. 

'653) ii Jane Milton Washington, b 20, Dec. 1872; unm; gradu- 
ated from Synodical College 1894; instructor in institution 
for the deaf in Kansas and Indiana. 

(654) iii Edna Sanford Washington, b 7, Oct. 1875, Williamsburg, 
Mo.; unm.; graduated from Synodical College 1896; Pres. 
Synodical Alumnae Association 1912; Principal of a school 
for the deaf, Dallas, Texas. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA H. TATE (276) AND WM. YATES. 

(655) i Mary Emma Yates, b 7, April 1869, Bachelor, Mo.; m 1, 
Sept. 1898, Stephen W. Gilbert, b 14, Aug. 18- (son of 
Stephen Gilbert and Miss Wilkerson, the latter a descend- 
ant of the noted Greenbrier, Arbuckle family). Mr. Gilbert 
was connected for some years with the D. & D. Institution 
at Indianapolis; removed to Artesia, N. M., and became 
president of a bank and opened a real estate office. Mrs. 

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Gilbert was educated in Synodical College, studied oil and 
water coloring and has become an artist of some note. 

(656) ii Benjamin Martin Yates, b 27, Nov. 1871; m (1st) 15, Feb. 
1899, Susan Berry, b 3, Jan. 1875 ; d 4, Oct. 1901, McCredie, 
Mo.; m (2nd) 12, Dec. 1906, Laura Boyes, b 4, March 1882; 
Mr. Yates is an enterprising farmer, captured sweepstakes 
on 100 ears of Boone county white corn at Mo. State Fair,. 
1913 ; member board of directors of the AuxVasse Bank ; 
member of the session of the Old AuxVasse Church. 

(657) iii Clara Belle Yates, b 22, Aug. 1880, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
d 17, July 1891, McCredie, Mo. 

(658) iv Jane Henderson Yates, b 24,. March 1874, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; m 29, Oct. 1901, Robert Nelson Crews, M. D. ; b 11, 
Sept. 1871, Halifax Co., Va. ; graduated from Barnes Medi- 
cal College 1896 ; post graduate from Chicago Polytechnic 
Hospital 1909 ; practiced medicine at Williamsburg, Mo., 
1896-1909; Fulton, Mo., 1909, to' date; member of Linton 
District Medical Soc, Callaway Co. Medical Soc, and the 
American Medical Association; Pres. Williamsburg Bank 
from its organization until 1909 ; member of the board of 
Callaway Bank ; Vice-Pres. of the Board of Managers of the 
Mo. Deaf, at Fulton ; a member of the session of the Fulton 
Presbyterian church. Member board of Trustees of Synodi- 
cal College. Mrs. Crews graduated from Synodical College, 
1895 ; an enthusiastic D. A. R. ; res. Fulton, Mo. 

(659) v Isaac Wm. Yates, b 3, Sept. 1873; d 28, Oct, 1873. 

CHILDREN OF DR. JNO. M. TATE (279) AND ISABELLE LANGTRY. 

(660) i Eliza Henry Tate, b 3, Sept. 1878, Callaway Co., Mo.; m 
1, Dec. 1903, Emmett Joseph Grant (son of Sam'l. Grant 
and Martha V. Yates). Mr. Grant is president of Williams- 
burg Bank ; successful farmer ; member of the Board of 
Trustees of Synodical College; Mrs. Grant graduated from 
Synodical College 1898 ; res. Williamsburg, Mo. 

(661) ii Mary Elizabeth Tate, b 6, Nov. 1852, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
m 14, Dec. 1909, Rev. Samuel Gleaves Wood, b 23, Aug. 
1879, Wytheville, Wythe, Co., Va. ; pastor of the Nine Mile 
Prairie Presbyterian church, 1904-5; AuxVasse church, Jan. 
1905 to date; member of the Board of Trustes of Synodical 
College, in which institution he taught Bible 1912-13. Mrs. 
Wood graduated from Synodical College 1901, capturing 
several medals; res. AuxVasse, Mo. 

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(662) iii Florence Cowan Tate, b 8, March 1886, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; m 29, Sept. 1914, Maurice Arthur Books (son of Elias 
Books and Sara Meyers), farmer, Calwood, Mo. Mrs. Books 
graduated from Synodical College 1906, member of the 
Beta Sigma Omicron sorority. 

CHILDREN OF CLARINDA P. TATE (280) AND SM'L. S. McCUE. 

(663) i I Tate McCue, b 3, Sept. 1873, AuxVasse, Mo.; m 17,. Oct. 
1899, Julia Mae Dudley, b 1, Sept. 1876 (dau of Eldridge 
M. Dudley and Clarinda Angle), graduate from the Conser- 
vatory of Music, Boston, 1897. Mr. McCue was educated at 
Westminster 1893-4 ; electrical engineering at Fulton and 
St. Louis, 1894-5 ; mercantile business with Harrison-McCue 
at AuxVasse, 1896-98 ; Asst. Cashier, AuxVasse Bank 1898- 
1903; Cashier of North Mo. Trust Co., 1903 to date. He is 
a member of the Board of Agriculture of Audrain Co. ; 
Sec 'y. Mexico Commercial Club 1911 ; organized AuxVasse 
telephone exchange 1900; res. Mexico, Mo. 

(664) ii Sara Frances McCue, b 3, April 1879, AuxVasse, Mo.; m 
29, Jan. 1901, Clarence Herbert Berry, b 12, Feb. 1873 (son 
of John Berry and Mary Suggett). John Berry was the son 
of Edw. G. Berry, whose grandfather, Richard Berry, was 
an uncle and the guardian of Nancy Hanks who married 
Thos. Lincoln in 1806 and became the mother of President 
Abraham Lincoln, (from McClures Magazine). Mr. C. H. 
Berry was educated at Westminster College, returned to 
McCredie in 1892 and went into the business of farming and 
feeding cattle. In 1911 he and family moved into McCredie 
and he has just been elected president of the bank organ- 
ized in McCredie, 1915. Miss Belle Berry, a sister of C. H., 
m John Harrison (bro. of Lida Harrison, See No. 273), 
Pres. of the Mo. Saddle Horse Association. Mrs. C. H. Ber- 
ry was graduated from Synodical College 1898 ; instructed 
a class in art 1899-1900; Pres. of the Ladies Auxiliary Club 
of McCredie, 1915. 

(665) iii John Nolley McCue, b 22 March 1885, AuxVasse, Mo.; 
unm ; Westminster College 1902-05 ; farmer at AuxVasse, 
1905-12; connected with the Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., 
(Works No. 9) Crystal City, Mo., 1913- to date. Compiled, 
''The McCues of the Old Dominion," 1912. 

CHILDREN OF MARY M. TATE (281) AND JAS. W. PRATT. 

(666) 1 Isaac Thos. Pratt, b 28, Dec. 1879; d 28, Dec. 1879. 

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(667) ii Jane Tate Pratt, b 28, June 1881; d 28, June 1881. 

^668) iii John Robert Nolley Pratt, b 10, Nov. 1882,. Callaway 
Co., Mo. ; unni; Westminster College, 1899-1904; manager 
of Ranch at Garden City, Kan.,. 1910-11 ; manager of Pratt 
Theatre, Fulton, Mo., 1912 to date. 

(669) iv Emma Clarinda Pratt, b 30, May 1884, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; m 13, Nov. 1909, Herbert A. Crooke, an official of the 
Nordyke-Marmon Co. (manufacturers of Milling Machin- 
ery and Autos) Indianapolis, Ind. Joe Dawson, a nephew 
of Mr. Crooke, won the international auto race at the Speed- 
way, Indianapolis, May 1912 ; Mr. Crook has large milling 
interests in Michigan. Mrs. Crooke was educated at Synodi- 
cal College, a Beta Sigma Omicron. 

(670) v Martha Belle Pratt, b 23, Sept. 1885, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
m 30, Jan. 1906, Jas. Roy Tucker, b 8, Nov. 1873 (son of 
Jas. Wm. Tucker and Miss Hockaday). Mr. Tucker owns 
the Fulton Transfer Co. ; member of the Board of Trustees 
of William Woods College, at Fulton; member of the F. A. 
M., R. A. M., K. T., and A. A. S. R.; Mrs. Tucker was a 
member of the Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority in Synodical. 

CHILDREN OP EMILY R. TATE (282) AND JOHN YATES. 

(671) i Sarah Valinda Yates, b, 1 June 1876, Williamsburg, Mo.; 

m 24, Nov. 1904, Marvin Windson, b 14, Nov. 1878, Min- 
eola, Mo. 

(672) ii Isaac Moore Yates, b 11, July 1878; d 1, May 1891. 

(673) iii Wm. Yates, b 11, Aug. 1879, Williamsburg, Mo.; m 22, 
May 1901, Frances Holt, dau of Timothy Holt, of New 
Bloomfield, Mo. Mr. Yates, farmer and real estate ; Aux- 
Vasse, Mo.; Scotts Bluff, Neb.; Jonesboro, Ark.; Poplar 
Bluff, Mo. ; New Bloomfield, Mo. 

',674) iv Emma Tate Yates, b 22, June 1881, Williamsburg, Mo.; 
m 28, Oct. 1908, Chas. Watts Dudley, proprietor of the Aux- 
Vasse Milling Co. A brother of Julia M. Dudley (See No. 
663); educated at Westminster College (1902), member of 
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. 

CHILDREN OF DR. JAS. N. TATE (283) AND MARY C. McCLELLAND. 

(675) i Isaac Nesbit Tate, b 30, April 1880, Fulton, Mo.; m 16, 
June 1904, Eleanor, dau of Rev. Irving Rickinson of Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Mr. Tate is a graduate of the University of 
Minn., and while there became captain of the track team 
and broke the world's record in June, 1898, as a high jump- 

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er, clearing the bar at 5 ft. 9 3-4 inches. A member of the 
Beta Theta Pi; Westminster College 1893-96; manager of 
the Citizen's Lumber Co. of Minneapolis. 

(676) ii Alice Marrs Tate, b 11, Dec. 1881, Fulton, Mo.; d 6, Mch. 
1883. 

(677) iii Elizabeth McClelland Tate, b 6, March 1887, Fulton, 
Mo. ; unm. Student at Wells College, Aurora, N. Y. ; gradu- 
ated from the University of Minn., member of the Delta 
Gamma Sorority; instructor in the Minn. School for the 
Deaf, Fairbault, Minn. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET J. McPHEETERS (286) AND EDW. C. RUS- 
SELL. 

(678) i (Son) ; d in infancy. 

(679) ii Elizabeth Russell, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m Chas. Arthur 
Henderson (478),. b 30, March 1857; res. Pine Bluff, Ark. 

(680) iii Rebecca Russell, b 3, March 1864; d 19, Jan. 1902, Aux- 
Vasse, Mo. 

(681) iv Cynthia Russell, b 1866, Callaway Co., Mo.; d 1897, Aux- 
Vasse, Mo.; m Dr. Rodger B. Wood ( a brother of Senator 
Chalmers Wood, post-master at Phoenix, Arizona, who was 
burned to death 31, Oct. 1915). Dr. Wood, m (2nd) 2, Jan. 
1912, Bertha Henderson of Salisbury, Mo. ; res. Fulton, Mo. 

(682) v Robert Russell, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m Frances, (dau.. of 
Jos. McDonald and Miss Martin of AuxVasse, Mo.) ; res. 
Fort Collins, Colo. 

(683) vi Margaret Russell, b 17, April 1870, Callaway Co., Mo.; 
(I 10, March 1911, AuxVasse, Mo.; m 19, Feb. 1896, John 
James Garwood, b 10, June 1858 (son of Harvey G. Gar- 
wood & Mary W. Stewart of Virginia). Mr. Garwood at- 
tended Westminster College 1878 ; farmer ; Pres. AuxVasse 
Bank 1907, to date. 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER McPHEETERS (287) AND GERUSHA ED- 

MONSTON. 

(684) i Elizabeth McPheeters; m Wallace McMurtry; res. Mar- 
shall, Ind. 

(685) ii Robert O. McPheeters; m (1st) Sallie B. Austin, b 12, 
Sept. 1865; d 8, July 1905; m (2nd) Miss Hendricks; res., 
Moberly, Mo. Retail furniture store. 

(686) iii W. Edward McPheeters; m Catharine King; res. Con- 
cord, Mo. 



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(687) iv Adah McPheeters; m Win. McMurtry, Mexico, Mo. 

(688) v J. Edward McPheeters; unm; furniture business, Mexico, 
Missouri. 

(689) vi Roy McPheeters; unm; Furniture retail business, Mexico, 
Missouri. . 

(690) vii Emma McPheeters; unm, Mexico, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE ROBERT McPHEETERS (289) AND ELIZABETH 

HAMILTON. 

(691) i Rev. Colin Allen McPheeters, b Callaway Co., Mo.; m 

, of Hamilton, 111. ; at Westminster College, 

1883-9, A. B. ; Pres. of Synodical College, 1909-10 ; minister ; 
graduate study Leipsic, Germany; professor in Mo. Normal 
School Xo. 2, at Warrensburg, 1913 to date. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT M. HENDERSON (294) AND MARY M. TURNER 

(692) i Alice A. Henderson, b 9, Sept. 1866, arson Valley, Nev. ; 
unm; res., Guthrie, Mo. 

(693) ii Clare A. Henderson, b 20, June 1967, Fulton, Mo.; m 19, 
Dec. 1899 (Kansas City, Mo.) Etta J. Bridges, b 19, Dec. 
1871, Burlington, Iowa (dau. of Solomon Bridges and Cath- 
erine Cross) ; Mr. Henderson is an architect and resides at 
Coffeyville, Kan. 

(691) iii Eulalia A. Henderson, b 18, Nov. 1870, Guthrie, Mo.; d 
20, Jan. 1890, Guthrie, Mo.; m 20, Aug. 1899, Dr. Church- 
ill Brooks, Fulton, Mo. 

(695) iv Mollie T. Henderson, b 6, June 1876, Fulton, Mo.; unm. 

(696) v Edward T. Henderson, b 13, Xov. 1878, Guthrie, Mo.; m 
16, Xov. 1913, Lydia Xeely, d 18, Xov. 1913, Xew Bloom- 
field, Mo. (dau of Ab. Neely and Alice Zumalt). Mr. Hen- 
derson is a carpenter and resides at Guthrie, Mo. 

(698) vi William F. Henderson, b 29, April 1881 ; m 5, Oct. 1915, 
Zula Maude Crowson, of Fulton, Mo.; carpenter, Guthrie, 
Missouri. 

(699) vii Claude R. Henderson, b 7, Sept. 1883, Guthrie, Mo.; m 
16, March 1904, Serelda (dau. of William Zumalt and Ellen 
Sweeten). Mr. Henderson is a merchant at Guthrie, Mo. 

(700) viii Gradon Henderson, b 11, June 1887, Guthrie, Mo.; m 7, 
May 1912, Annie (dau. of John Boyce and Annie Corley). 
Guthrie, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. L. HENDERSON (295) AND LUCY HERRING. 

(701) i Fred Morris Henderson, b 28, June 1900, Carrington, Mo.; 
res., Fulton, Mo. 

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CHILDREN OF MARGARET HENDERSON (297) AND JUDGE ELISHA 

M. MORRIS. 

(702) i Orbie Edward Morris, b 24, Feb. 1874, Carrington, Mo.; m 
11, Dec. 1904, Margaret Garrett, of Headrick, Green Co., 
Oklahoma. Farmer, Headrick, Okla. 

(703) ii Ada Ophelia Morris, b 1, March 1876, Carrington, Mo.; 
m 20, Jan. 1902, Wood Connor, a farmer of Carrington, Mo. 

(704) iii Lela May Morris, b 24, Feb. 1881, Carrington, Mo.; m 28, 
Feb. 1899 (Fulton, Mo.), Claude O 'Berne; a jeweler, Jop- 
lin, Mo. 

(705) iv Roy M. Morris, b 18, Feb. 1886; m 2, Nov. 1915, Mildred 
McFarland ; res. Carrington, Mo. 

(706) v Ray H. Morris, (twin to No. 705) ; Carrington, Mo.; m 17, 
Aug. 1915, May Mosley, dau of Benjamin Mosley of Jeffer- 
son City, Mo. ; res. Carrington, Mo. 

(707) vi Montie Morris, b 8, Feb. 1888; d 20, June 1890. 

(708) viii Hugh Morris, b 19, Dec. 1890; Carrington, Mo. 

(709) viii Charles Morris, b 4, May 1893; Carrington, Mo. 

(710) ix Mossie Marie Morris, b 12, Sept, 1895, Carrington, Mo.; 
Deputy Circuit Clerk of Callaway County, 1913-16; Fulton, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES R. HENDERSON (299) AND GEORGIA DUNA- 

VANT. 

(711) i Walter Henderson, b 3, Aug. 1899, Callaway Co., Mo.; m 
17 April 1905, Maude (dau of Milton Herring and Carrie 
Wood) ; Fulton, Mo. 

(712) ii Myrtle Henderson, b 3, Aug. 1889, Fulton, Mo.; m 13, Oct. 
1907, Herman Yake; farmer, Carrington, Mo. 

(713) iii Ira Henderson, b 2, Dec. 1890 ; Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF SALLIE A. HOWE (301) AND JOHN B. CALDWELL. 

(714) i (daughter) ; d in infancy, Dec. 6, 18 . 



(715) ii Eleanor Cook Caldwell, b 4,. May 18 , Callaway Co., 

Mo.; m 2, Jan. 1884, John Archibald Bushnell, b 17, April 
1857; Portland, Ore. 

(716) iii Margaret Minerva Caldwell, b Callaway Co., Mo.; unm . 

(717) iv Malinda Caldwell, b 6, Oct, 18 , Callaway Co., Mo.; 

m 28, Jan. 1892, Dr. Samuel S. Davis, of Fulton, Mo. (stu- 
dent at Westminster 1880) ; d 27, Dec. 1904, Kirksville, Mo. 

(718) v Etta Mecca Caldwell, b 31, Jan. 18 , Callaway, Co., 

Mo., unm ; Kirksville, Mo. 

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(719) vi Anna Brown Caldwell, b 2, Feb. 18 , Callaway Co., 

Mo.; in 8, Dec. 1896, (Kirksville, Mo.) Grant Corbin, b 26, 
July 1869; Res. Altus, Okla. 

(720) vii bailie May Caldwell, b 28, April 18 , Callaway Co., 

Mo.; unm; Kirksville, Mo. 

(721) viii Doia Mabel Caldwell, b 21, Jan. 18 , Callaway Co., 

Mo; unm ; with the Kirksville Savings Bank, Kirksville, Mo. 
Kirksville. Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. A. HOWE (302) AND MARTHA TATE. 

(722) i William Ezra Howe, b 28, Dec. 1859; m 28, Oct. 1882, Min- 
nie L. Holden. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN WM. HOWE (303) AND SARAH F. WELLS. 

^723) i Charles David Howe, b 8, May 1867; ni Lucy Rowland; 
Benton, Ark. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN WM. HOWE (303) AND NANCY TURNER. 

{124:) i Nancy Howe, b 30, Oct. 1869, Callaway Co., Mo.; m 30, 
June 1890, William Trigg, b 16, Sept. 1867; Fulton, Mo. 

(725) ii Thomas Xesbit Howe, b 16,. Nov. 1872; m 26, Feb. 1895, 
Retta Sheley, 13, Sept. 1866; Fulton, Mo. 

(726) iiiMargaret Laura Howe, b 19, Nov. 1874, Callaway Co., 
Mo. ; m 8, March 1893, Benjamin Sheley, Jr., b 8, Aug. 1869, 
Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZA M. HOWE (304) AND JAS. J. JACKSON. 

(727) i Josie Jackson, b 20, March 1858; d 17, Oct, 1877; m 21 
Dec. 1876, John Milton Herring. 

(728) ii John R. Jackson, b 15, July 1860; m 7, Sept. 1887, Hattie 
Haddix of Sch'ell City, Vernon Co., Mo. ; res. Odessa, Mo. 

(729) hi Margaret F. Jackson, b 26, Sept. 1862; d 28,. Aug. 1864. 

(730) iv Belle Jackson, b 26, Oct. 1864; m 22, Jan. 1900, Wm. 
Dunerly, b 14, Jan. 1871, Edenvalley, N. Y. ; res. Joplin, Mo. 

(731) v James Jackson, b 3, Sept. 1866; d 17, July 1905; unm; 
Joplin, Mo. 

(732) vi Delora Jackson, b 19, Sept. 1867; d 30, Sept. 1898, Hig- 
ginsville, Mo. ; m 1, March 1885, William Woodward. 

(733) vii Idella Jackson, b 27, June 1872; d 1876. 

(734) viii Minerva L. Jackson, b 20, May 1874; d 29, Dec. 1875. 

(735) ix Lon. Jackson, b 19, April 1876; m 10, March 1907, Anna 
Edwards, b 2, Jan. 1887, Mercer Co., Mo.; res. Richmond, 
Missouri. 

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CHILDREN OF REBECCA M. HOWE (305) AND PHILIP T. HOLMAN. 

(736) i Willard Holnian, b 1867 ; res. St. Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET L. HOWE (306) AND JAS. M. ASHER. 

(737) i Margaret Minerva Asher, b 8, Feb. 1870, Clark, Mo.; in 
23, Nov. 1890, John Andrew Evans, b 7, Oct. 1863, Atchi- 
son, Kans. ; res, Coniarron, Gray Co., Kans. 

(738) ii James Howe Asher, b 13, Nov. 1872, Keokuk, Iowa; in 1, 
Oct. 1900, Rose Hack, b 25, Aug. 1874, Eik Co., Kans.; res. 
Pondcreek, Grant Co., Okia. Mr. Asker is Pres. of Farm- 
ers National Bank of Pondcreek. 

(739) iii May Asker, b 30, April 1874, Kakoka, Mo.; in 6, March 
1894,, (Agentine, Kan.) W infield S. Lathers, b 13, Nov. 1861, 
Huntington, Pa. ; res. Milwaukee, Wis. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID HOWE (307) AND MEDORA CRAIGHEAD. 

(740) i Stella Francis Howe, b 11, Dec. 1877 ; d 20, Jan. 1878. 

(741) ii Flora Ethel Howe, b 1, May 1881; unm., Fulton Mo.; 
grad. Synodical, 1898. 

(742) iii Merle Melville Howe, b 19, Aug. 1884; unm; graduated 
from Synodical 1900. 

(743) iv Irma Jewell Howe, b 20, June 1886, Fulton, Mo.; m 30, 
June 1915, (St. Louis) Rev. Theodore Baur, of New Baden, 
111. Rev. Baur formerly ministered to the German Evan- 
gelical church in Fulton, Mo. Mrs. Baur was graduated 
from Synodical College, 1903, and served as Deputy Col- 
lector of Callaway County, 1909-12. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. HARVEY HOWE (308) AND BELLE WRIGHT. 

(744) i Elizabeth A. Howe, b 27, Sept. 1873; m Mr. White; res., 
England. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. H. HOWE (308) AND CAUSIADA RIPPEY. 

(745) i Martha Howe,, b 28, Dec. 1877, Benton, Ark; m 4, Sept. 
1898, Edward P. Carter, b 4, Sept. 1878, Saline Co., Ark.; 
res. Benton, Ark. 

(746) ii Hattie Howe b 4, Oct. 1879, Benton, Ark.; m 22, June 
1898, S. Tallie Weaver, b 7, May 1876 ; res. Benton, Ark. 

(747) iii Charles Howe, b 8, Nov. 1881, Benton, Ark.; m 25, Dec. 
1902, May Flair, b 5, Jan. 1885, Florida; res. Benton, Ark. 

(748) iv John Howe, b 19, May 1884, Benton, Ark.; m 21, June 
1906, Zilpha A. Lewis; res. Boxite, (Box, Searcy -Marshall 
Co.) Ark. 

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(749) v James E. Howe, b 14, Oct. 1887; d 26, Nov. 1901, Benton, 
Arkansas. 

(750) vi Samuel Howe, b 8, Nov. 1889, Benton, Ark; m Ollie Hut- 
chingsen, b 16, Jan. 1895; res. Benton, Ark. 

(751) vii David D. Howe, b 9, Nov. 1891 ; res. Benton, Ark. 

(752) viii Erne Howe, b 6, April 1895; res. Benton, Ark. 

CHILDREN OF CLAUDE W. HENDERSON (314) AND KATE O'BANNON. 

(753) i William Alexander Henderson, b 1888; res. Flemingsburg, 
Ky. A plumber. 

(754) ii Jessee Robert Henderson, b 1890, Fleming Co., Ky; res. 
Annapolis, Md. ; Ensign on U. S. S. Michigan. 

CHILDREN OF KATE M. HENDERSON (315) AND JOS. H. BROWNE. 

(755) i Harriet Thomas; Browne, b 1870; d 1889, Mt. Carmel, Ky. 

(756) ii Robert Austin Browne, M. D., b 1873; m 1893, Mary Flor- 
ence Kelley; res., 1914,. Dover, Ky. — a practicing surgeon 
and physician, of Akron Summit Co., Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF WM. DOUGLAS HENDERSON (323) AND ELEANOR W. 

LEONARD. 

(757) i John Cyrus Henderson; res. Columbia, Mo. 

(758) ii Agnes Frances Henderson; m Mr. Jones, Columbia, Mo. 

(759) ill Sarah Catherine Henderson; m 27, Oct. 1864, Capt. 
Charles Hewitt Hance, b 11, March 1837, Danville, Mont- 
gomery Co., Mo. (son of John Hance and Catherine Hewitt, 
who came from Montgomery Co., Va., 1829-30, to Montgom- 
ery Co., Mo.) ; family removed to St. Louis, 1847. Mr, 
Hance was ticket agent for the North Mo. R. R., at Jack- 
sonville, Mo., 1861 ; mercantile business at Old Florissant, 
St. Louis, Mo., 1861-2; organized a company of Confederate 
soldiers and joined Col. Jos. Porter, July, 1862; lost an arm 
in the battle of Moor's Mill (Callaway Co., Mo.), 28, July 
1862 ; clerk of the Circuit Court and ex-officio Recorder o' 
Randolph Co., Mo., 1875-82 ; removed from Moberly, Mo., to 
Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 1883; druggist, Los Angeles, 1883- 
5 ; City Clerk, 1896-1901 ; Asst. Treas. to Title Guarantee & 
Trust Co., Los Angeles; now serving third term as City 
Treasurer of Los Angeles, term expires Jan. 1916. Author 
of "Who Suffered in a Lost Cause." 

(760) iv Henderson. 

(761) v Richard Henderson; d 1914-15; Columbia, Mo. 

(762) vi Henderson. 

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(763) vii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF MISS HENDERSON (325) AND ALEX. LYON. 

(1555) i Alexander A. Lyon; Columbia, Mo. 
(156) ii Lyon. 

(1557) iii Lyon. 

CHILDREN OF JANE HENDERSON (328) AND WM. B. QUISENBERRY. 

(764) i Sallie A. Quisenberry, b Audrain Co., Mo.; John S. Potts, 
M. D., (See No. 260), of Mexico, Mo.; removed to San Fran- 
cisco, ab 1872. 

(765) ii Mary Quisenberry; m E. G. Chaplin,. M. D., res. Colum- 
bia, Mo. 

(766) iii Helen Quisenberry; m S. E. O'Bannon, Litchfield, 111. 

(767) iv Lucy Quisenberry; m Pinckney French, M. D., res., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET H. HENDERSON (234) AND THOS. McKEE. 

(768) i Hugh Jefferson McKee, b 26, Nov. 1827; dec; occupation — 
mining and cattle. 

(769) ii Anna Belinda McKee, b 4, April 1829; dec; m . 

(770) iii John Henderson McKee, b Sept. 1831; res. Lincoln, Neb. 

(771) iv Sarah Elizabeth McKee, b 5, April 1833; m Mr. McKenzie. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. MARGARET McKEE (234) AND WM. MARSHALL. 

(771 1-5) i Rebecca Marshall; m Mr. Miller, Neb. 

(771 2-5) ii Mary Jane Marshall, b July 1842; m Mr. Willis. 
(7713-5) iii Thomas McKee Marshall, b 4, March 1844; Utah. 
(7714-5) iv Lucinda Marshall; d March 1906; m Mr. Elrod. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN J. HENDERSON (336) AND MARGARET NORTH. 

(772) i Anna Virginia Henderson, b 1835; drowned in a canal in 
1838. 

(773) ii Joseph Henderson, b 1837; dec. 

(7731-5) iii Elmira Henderson, b Aug. 1839; unm ; Res Marysville, 

Ohio. 
(773 2-5) iv James Henderson, b 1841-2; Dennison, Texas. 
(773 3-5) v William Henderson; died in Andersonville Prison. 
(773 4-5) vi George Henderson ; d of tuberculosis while attending 

college. 
CHILDREN OF JUDGE JOS. WASHINGTON HENDERSON (337) AND 

NANCY WILSON. 

(774) i John Wilson Henderson, b 18, Dec. 1840, Brookville, Pa. 

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(775) ii Joseph Buffmgton Henderson, b 14, Sept. 1842, Brook- 
viile, Pa.; a member of the Pocahontas Lumber Co.; Pres. 
Jefferson County National Bank, Brooktield, Pa. 

(776) ill David Albert Henderson, b 27, Sept, 1844. 

(777) iv Edward Barton Henderson, b 29, Nov. 1846. 

(778) v Anna Henderson, b 4, Feb. 1849. 

(779) vi Leander Henderson, b 2, July 1851; d in infancy. 

(780) vii Robert Leroy Henderson,, b 4, July 1852; d 23, March 
1914. 

(781) viii Samuel Stewart Henderson, b 8, March 1855, Brook- 
ville, Pa. ; m (1st) 2,. Dec. 1880, Annie Litch, d 15, Jan. 

Ib93 (dau of T. K. Litch and Rebecca E. ) ; m (2nd; 

23, Oct. 1895, Anna Hjelin Craig (dau of Hon. Sam'l. A. 
Craig and Nancy Rodgers). Mr. Henderson was connected 
with the drug store of Hunt & Blood, of Brookville, 1872-7 ; 
organized the firm Henderson Bros., to conduct a retail 
drug business in Brookville, 1878 ; purchased a farm and 
stocked it with registered short-horn cattle, registered Per- 
cheron and highly bred trotting horses,. 1884-93; entered the 
lumber business with Mr. H. F. Manges of Philadelphia, 
1899 ; about the same time he organized the firm, Hender- 
son, Schofield & Co., wholesale lumber dealers, with main 
office in Brookville; organized the Mill Creek Lumber Co., 
1900-03 ; organized the Pocahontas Lumber Co. in 1903, 
which owns 10,571 acres of land in Pocahontas Co.,. W. Va., 
the plant at Burner, W. V., includes besides the sawmill a 
modernly equipped planing mill. The sawmill's daily 
average capacity is 75,000 feet. The logs for the mill at 
Burner are handled over the company's own railroad, which 
connects at Burner with the Coal & Iron Railroad, a branch 
of Western Maryland Railway. To augment its sales, espe- 
cially those to Eastern markets, the Pocahontas Lumber Co. 
stood sponsor for the firm Currie & Campbell, of Philadel- 
phia. This concern with headquarters in the Common- 
wealth Building, is one of the most successful wholesale 
lumber firms in that city. Mr. Henderson is interested in 
it financially. He is a stockholder in the Jefferson National 
Bank, of Brookville, Pa., and the Brookville National Bank. 
He is also a member of the board of governors of the 
Spruce Manufacturers' Association. 

(782) ix Sarah Henderson, b 19, Feb. 1858, Brookville, Pa. 
(.783) x Nancy Henderson, b 21, Dec. 1861. 

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(784) xi William Wirt Henderson, b 14, Aug. 1864. 
CHILDREN OF JANE McC. HENDERSON (338) AND WM. LIGGETT. 

(785) i Anna Angeline Liggett, b 4, Sept. 1845; m 13, Feb. 1871, 
George Wilson Elliott, d 13, Jan. 1874. 

v '786) ii Robert Selden Liggett, b 3,. March 1847; ni 24, May 1874, 
Anna Howe, d 1, Nov. 1888; in (2nd) 24, May 1892, Jane 
Clark Wolf; res. Joplin, Mo. 

(787) iii Lavinia Virginia Liggett, b 26, Oct. 1848; m 8,. April 
1879, Josepbus Perrin De Jarnette; res. Denver, Colo. 

(788) iv Nina Edna Liggett, b 21, Dec. 1850; lost her life in the 
burning of the Park Ave. Hotel, New York City, 22,. Feb. 
1902. 

(789) v Wilbur Truman Liggett, M. D., b 26, Nov. 1852; m 12, 
April 1892, Anna Morris Wilbur; Goldfield, Nev. 

(790) vi Vashti Elba Liggett,, b 8, Jan. 1855; unm. Teacher until 
1896, care of mother since 1900; Denver, Colo. 

(791) vii Media Georgia Liggett, b 6, Sept. 1857; m 23, Dec. 1879, 
Edwin Cyrus Allen; res. Denver, Colo. 

(7911-2) viii Elmer Ellsworth Liggett, M. D.,. b 22, March 1861; 
m 24, Oct, 1887, Mrs. Mary Parsons Maynard; res. Oswego, 
Kansas. 

CHILDREN OF LAVINA HENDERSON (340) AND SAM'L WOODBURN. 

(792) i Robert Lawson Woodburn; d 1910; unm. 

(793) ii David Woodburn; dec; m Mrs. Mollie Smider. 

(794) iii Heber Woodburn; m . 

(795) iv Florence Woodburn; unm.; res. Marysville, Ohio. 

(796) v Hamar Woodburn; dec; m . 

(797) vi Emma Woodburn; dec 

(798) vii Louie Woodburn; living. 

(799) viii Maude Woodburn; dec; m Thomas Sharrer. 

CHILDREN OF DR. DAVID W. HENDERSON (341) AND ANNA HATHA- 
WAY. 

(800) i Lutrelle Henderson, M. D., b 1859; m Charlotte Dolbear; 
res., Marysville, Ohio. 

(801) ii William Henderson,, b 1861; d 1864. 

(802) iii Infant dau. ; b and d 1863. 

(803) iv Grail ey Henderson, b 1869; d 1903; m Ida Turner. 

CHILDREN OF WM. CLARK HENDERSON (342) AND EIZABETH SE- 

WELL. 

(804) i Myrtle Henderson; d Ac 17. 

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(805) ii Frank Henderson; m Josephine Wilkins. 

CHILDREN OF MARY E. HENDERSON (343) AND CHAS. McCAMPBELL. 

(806) i John McCampbell; unm. 

(807) ii Alice McCanipbell; m Charles Moore, M. D. ; res. Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

(808) iii William McCampbell; m Hannah . 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF JAS. C. HENDERSON (371) AND MARY A. HARRIS. 

(850J i James Edward Henderson, b 1870; m 1896, Elizabeth Mc- 
Cormack. Mr. Henderson is president of the Henderson 
Store Co., of Farinington, Mo., and a very successful busi- 
ness man. He is a member of the session of the Presbyte- 
rian church,, a frequent delegate to the conventions of Pres- 
bytery, and Synods of Missouri, and a Commissioner to the 
General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in the United 
States of America. Treas. Elmwood Presbyterian Home at 
Farinington. 

(851) ii Margaret Elizabeth Henderson, b 1872; m 1897, Edward 
G. Stockert of Chicago, 111. 

(852) iii Mary Record Henderson, b 1874; m 1899, V. V. Randol. 
(bb'6) iv John Pinckney Henderson, b 1876; d 1885. 

(854) v Robert Oliver Henderson,, b 1878; d 1912; m 1902, Bar- 
bara Forman; res. Pana, 111. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE JNO. ROBINSON HENDERSON (374) AND MARY 

F. STEELE. 

(855) i Robert T. Henderson, M. D., b 17, March 1840, Cape Gir- 
ardeau Co., Mo. ; m 10, Oct. 1864, Annie Moore of Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Dr. Henderson resides at Jackson, Mo. where 
he enjoys a large lucrative practice He is a member of the 
session of the Presbyterian church. 

(856) ii William D. Henderson, b 17, Feb. 1850; m 28, Oct, 1885, 
Annie Williams ; Cape Girardeau Co., Mo. 

(857) iii John R. Henderson, Jr.; dec; m Miss Clodfelter. . 

(858) iv Mary Jane Henderson, b Sept. 1841 ; m 8, Feb. 1866, Ben- 
jamin H. Ruff; Cape Girardeau Co., Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE JOHN R. HENDERSON (374) AND AMELIA 

SHACKLEFORD. 

(860) ii Charles W. Henderson, b 14, July 1856; m 28, Oct. 1885, 

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Carrie Klien,. of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Henderson is Vice-Pres. 
of Cape Co. Savings Bank, Jackson, Mo. 

(861) 111 George S. Henderson, b 17 Jan. 1859; m 21, April 1891, 
Roema McCombs, of Jackson, Mo. 

(862) iv Mosa S. Henderson, b 19,. Dec. 1853; ni 2, Dec. 1909, Hun- 
ter Cannon, of Jackson, Mo. 

(859) i Emnia G. Henderson, b 19, Dec. 1853, Cape Girardeau Co., 
Mo.; m (1st) Mr. (Wm.!) Bennett; dec; in (2nd) James 
Phillip Camp of Talladega, Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Camp 
removed to Fulton,. Mo., about 1900, and to Kansas City, 
1914. Mr. Camp is a traveling salesman. 

CHILDREN OF AMELIA MONROE KERR (384) AND JOHN HENDER- 
SON MARTIN (426). 

(863) i John Henderson Martin; dec. 

(864) ii W. T. Martin. 

(865) iii Amelia Martin. 

(866) iv P. Martin. 

(867) v Martin. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY A. KERR (386) AND REV. DAVID McKEE. 

(868) i Miss McKee. 

(869) ii Miss McKee; living at Freeport, Pa., 1847, when Mrs. Mc- 
Kee died. 

CHILDREN OF SUPT. WM. D. KERR (388) AND SUSAN M. BUCKLES. 

(870) i John Kelly Kerr, M. D.; d 1864. 

(871) ii Edwin Monroe Kerr, M. D., b 30, June 1841, Danville, 
Ky. ; d 22, April 1883 ; m 18, Oct. 1871, Lucy H. Van Meter. 
Dr. Kerr was graduated from Westminster College, 1861; 
Iiellvue Hospital,. New York, 1867; practiced medicine in 
Memphis, Tenn., 1867-8; removed to Fulton, Mo., 1869. Mrs. 
Kerr received her education at Walnut Hill College ; she is 
active in church work, past president of the Presbyterian 
Ladies Missionary Society of Fulton. 

(818) iii Mary B. Kerr, b Danville, Ky. ; m John T. Brown, Pres. 
of the Home Savings Bank,. Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF PATTERSON CLARK (429) AND FRANCES A. SHACK- 

LEFORD. 

(819) i Frances Clark; m I860, (St. Louis) Robert Cook, a re- 
tired merchant. They removed to Philadelphia. 

(820) ii Clark. 

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CHILDREN OF GEX. JOHN B. CLARK (431) AND ELEANOR TURNER. 

(826) i Hon.. John Bullock Clark. Jr., b 14, Jan. 1831, Howard 
Co., Mo. ; d 7, Sept. 1903, Washington,. D. C. ; m Marianna, 
dan of Elias Edmonds Buckner of Carolina Co., Va. Mr. 
Clark was a student in the Mo. University 1846-8 ; gradu- 
ated from law department of Harvard University ; prac- 
ticed law, 1855-61; entered the Confederate service as a 
Lieutenant, promoted successively to: Capt.. Maj., Col., 
and Brig.-General ; elected to 43rd, 44th, 45th. 46th and 
47th Congresses as a Democrat — from Howard Co., 11th 
district; Clerk of the House of Representatives, 1883-89; 
Fayette, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. WM. HENDERSON (434) AND LUCY A. McKAMEY. 

'827-30 Clark . 

(831) i Eugene T. Henderson, b Callaway Co., Mo.: num.; Senior 
member of the hardware firm: Henderson & Rood. Aux- 
Vasse, Mo.: member of the board of deacons of the Aux- 
Vasse Presbyterian church and an alderman of the town of 
AuxVasse. 

(832) ii Maude Henderson; m Charles H. Dunn, a prosperous 
farmer and extensive mule feeder of McCredie, Mo. Mrs. 
Dunn graduated from Synodical, 1893. 

(833) iii Susan Henderson; m Bernard Campbell. Res. AuxVasse. 
Mo. 

(834) iv Katherine Henderson: m James Bogle: merchant. Bris- 
tol, Okla. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN A. HENDERSON (436) AND LILLIAN EDWARDS. 

(835) i (son) ; d Ae. ab 6 years. 

CHILDREN OF THOS. BAZZLE HENDERSON (437) AND ELEANOR FRY. 

C836) ii Harry F. Henderson, b Callaway Co.. Mo.: m 22. Sept. 
1908, Minnie Wood (1173) ; Mr. Henderson buys mules for 
the commission firm : Guyton & Herringrtori of East St. 
Louis, conceded to be the largest mule buyers in America. 

CHILDREN OF ANNA HENDERSON (438) AND ROBT. EDMONSON. 

('837) i Clark Edmonson: d Ae. ab 18: the mother died when 
Clark was about 3. and the father six months after son ; 
Mexico, Mo. 



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CHILDREN OF MAY HENDERSON (440) AND JOHN W. BAILEY. 

(838) i Thomas Bailey, b Concord, Mo. 

(839) ii Ruth Bailey; student in AuxVasse High School. 

(840) iii Hattie Bailey; Concord, Mo. 

(841) iv John Bailey, Jr. 

CHILDREN OF SUSAN OFFUTT (442) AND DR. CEPHALUS BLACK. 

(842) i Eva Petrie Black, b 13, Feb. 1875 ; d 19, Aug. 1903. 

(843) ii Mary E. Black, b 4, Jan. 1877; d 25, Nov.. 1896; Concord, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF VANDALIA OFFUTT (442 1-2) AND JOHN X. BROWN. 

(844) i Bazil Offutt Brown; d ab 1892; Westminster College 
1890-1. 

CHILDREN OF SUSAN A. POLLARD (448) AND WM. P. HOLT. 

(845) i Joseph Holt; unm. ; farmer, Auxvasse, Mo. 

(846) ii Edward (Ned.) C. Holt; m 25, Jan. 1911, Florence Fry; 
Mexico, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARY I. POLLARD (449) AND SAM K. BLACK. 

(847) i Harold Black, b Fulton Mo.; m ; druggist, Ful- 
ton, Mo. ; removed to Roswell, New Mexico, ab 1905-7 ; 
vacuum cleaning. 

(848) ii Frederick Ashby Black; m ab 1906-7, Seley Penney, dau 
of John Penny. Mr. Black was formerly a salesman for 
Geo. H. Shadeer & Co., St. Louis, but in 1915, returned to 
Fulton and assumed the proprietorship of the Fulton Steam 
Laundry. He was made a Phi Delta Theta while attending 
Westminster College, 1900-03. 

(849) iii Samuel Kyle Black, Jr.; m 2, Sept. 1914,. Helene, dau of 
W. R.. Heagler, of Fulton; real estate and abstract busi- 
ness, Fulton, Mo. Westminster College, 1904-8, a member 
of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Elected Secretary Mo. 
Abstracters' Asso., Oct. 1915. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. H. POLLARD (450) AND PAULINE MASON. 

(1575) i Joseph Mason; m 20, Nov. 1915, Mary Turney Nations; 
res. El Paso, Texas. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. T. POLLARD (451) AND JENNIE THOMAS. 

(850) i Bessie Pollard; m 1905-6, Ralph Hammel, Jefferson City; 
removed to Kansas City; shoe salesman. 

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(851) ii Jas. T. Pollard, Jr.; unm.; Fulton, Mo. 

(852) iii Genevieve Pollard; student, Synodical College. 

(853) iv Helen Pollard; Fulton, Mo.; Sec'y. Intermediate En- 
deavor Soc. of the Presbyterian Church. 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED BARNES (474) AND . 



(851) i Sallie Belle Barnes; m 22, Dec. 1914,. W. Craig Mosley, 
AuxVasse, Mo. 

(855) ii Barnes. 

CHILDREN OF E. ALICE HENDERSON (477) AND JAMES RUDD. 

(856) i Eugene Leslie Rudd, b 10, Feb. 1881; res. St. Louis, Mo. 

(857) ii Ernest Everett Rudd; m 10, July 1913, May Goodenough. 

(858) iii Arnold Banton Rudd; res. St. Louis, Mo. 

(859) iv Eleanor Hunter Rudd; unm.; St. Louis, Mo. 

(860) v Rudd; dec. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. A. HENDERSON (478) AND ELIZABETH RUS- 
SELL (679) 

(861) i Clarence Richard Henderson, b -2, Dec. 1882; m Nov. 
1907, Rose Ayers. 

(862) ii Laura Lee Henderson, b 11, Jan. 1886; m 28, Feb. 1908, 
Chester Smith; res. Pine Bluff, Ark. (?). 

(863) iii Edward Russell Henderson, b 12, July 1891 ; Pine Bluff, 
Arkansas.. 

(864) iv Charles W. Henderson, b 5, July 1893. 

(865) v John Banton Henderson, b . 

(866) vi Arthur Alexander Henderson, b 1897. 

(867) vii Mabel Henderson, b 5, June 1901 ; d 30, April 1907. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. WM. HENDERSON (479) AND OLGA ENGLAND. 

(868) i John (Jack) Robert Henderson, b 1, April 1909; res. 
Wichita, Kans. 

CHILDREN OF JNO. ROBT. HENDERSON (4791-2) AND MARGARET 

HUTCHERSON. 

(869) i Walter W. Henderson; m Feb. 1908, Lottie Telkemper, 
dau of Henry Telkemper, Concord, Mo. 

(870) ii Marietta Henderson. 

(871) iii Orland Henderson. 

(872) iv Frances Henderson. 

(873) v Claude Henderson; Sullivan Co., Mo. 

(874) vi Andrew Henderson; m 5, June 1912, Lydia Cecil Lewis. 

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(875) vii Linden Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. A. PATTON (485) AND LAURA MYERS. 

(876) i Mabel M. Patton, b Futlon, Mo. ; unm. ; graduated from 
Synodical, 1899. 

(877) ii Grace Patton, b Fulton, Mo.; unm.; graduated from 
Synodical, 1901; Sec'y. for Mr. Ovid Bell, editor Fu^on 
Gazette and ex-president of Mo. Press Asso. ; res. Fulton, 
Missouri. 

(878) iii Helen Patton, b Fulton, Mo.; m (1908?) Marcus 0. Sco- 
bee of Rochport, Mo. ; with Mo. Kans. & Texas Railroad ; 
removed to Dennison, Texas; "Westminster College, 1900-03; 
Beta Theta Pi; Mrs. Scobee and her two sisters were mem- 
bers of the Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority in Synodical Col- 
lege, where Miss Helen was graduated in 1904. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. PATTON (487) AND MISS DUDLEY. 

(879) i Florence D. Patton, b 12, May 1864, Mexico, Mo. ; taught 
9 years in the Mexico schools; Presbyterian Missionary to 
Okazaki, Japan. 

(880) ii Anna V. Patton ; unm. ; Missionary to Okazaki, Japan. 

(881) iii William Patton. 

(882) iv Martha Patton; m . 

(883) v Katherine Patton. 

(884) vi Harry Patton. 

CHILDREN OF MARY PRICE (490) AND JAS. BERRY. 

(885) i Virginia Berry; d Nov. 1913, Callaway Co., Mo.; m 1870, 
Joseph Scholl, b 8, May 1854; d 17, Jan. 1915, AuxVasse, 
Mo. ; son of Capt. Milton Scholl and Margaret 

(886) ii Miss Berry; m Mr. Harris. 

CHILDREN OF PINCKNEY L. PLEDGE (498) AND JOHN J. SIPPLES. 

(887) i (son), b ab Feb. 1879; Parsons, Kans. 

CHILDREN OF MARY J. McINTIRE (503) AND WM. A. HART. 

(888) i William E. Hart. 

(889) ii Sidney Smith Hart, b 3, Aug. 1863; m 4, June 1902, Jes 
sie Minnie Dex. 

(890) iii Julia Estelle Hart; m William Frazier Nesbit ; farmer, 
Pomona, Calif.; Westminster College 1860. 

(891) iv Nannie Miller Hart; b 31, Sept. 1867; m 10, June 1891, 

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Augustus William Bartlett, b 17, Sept. 1866; res. Gault, 
Colo. (Denver in winter). 
(892) v Martha Baker Hart, b 10, Feb. 1871 ; m 2, Dec. 1902, Noah 
Xesbit Robnett, b 28, Sept. 1869 ; res. St. Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ANNIE E. McINTIRE (504) AND JOHN CARLTON HART. 

(894) i Benjamin Leslie Hart, b 5, March 1867; m 27, Dec. 1898, 
Lula Annetta Beedy, b 4, Sept. 1868; res. Windsor, Mo. 

(895) ii .Mary Virginia Lee Hart, b 31, March 1869, Mo. ; m 21, 
Jan. 1915, Noble Emmett Baskett, b 30, Aug. 1866, Shelby 
Co., Ky. ; removed to Fulton, Mo., and later to Lexington. 
Mo. ; Mrs. Baskett was Regent of Henry Co. Chapter of the 
D. A. R., 1914— Windsor, Mo. 

(896) iii James Bradford Hart, b 10, March 1871; d 18, April 1873 

(897) iv John Howard Hart, b 23, July 1888; res. Windsor, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. LUCAS McINTIRE (505) AND MAUDE YOUNG. 

(898) i James Young Mclntire, b 2, Oct. 1899; Centralia, Mo.; 
planter. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. LUCAS McINTIRE (505) AND CLARA E. RIBINSON 

(899) i Verlin Bradford Mclntire, b 1, Nov. 1909. 
CHILDREN OF THOS. McINTIRE (506) AND CECIL . 

(900) i Zella Mclntire; m Mr. Rand. 

(901) ii Archibald Mclntire. 

(902) iii Vivian Mclntire. 

(903) iv Alexander Mclntire. 

(904) v Annie Mclntire. 

(905) vi Callie Mclntire. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. McINTIRE (507) AND MARTHA J. FOSTER. 

(906) i Eva Lillian Mclntire, b 9, Feb. 1875; d 18, March 1913 ; m 
15 Dec. 1895, J. Earnest Grinstead, b 1870. 

(907) ii Hugh Mclntire, b 22, Feb. 1882; d 18, Sept. 1882. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. A. McINTIRE (508) AND MARY MEANS. 

(908) i Effie Mclntire, b 9, Aug. 1884; m 1906, Leslie Clusman. 

(909) ii Allie Mclntire, b 13, May 1887; unm. 

CHILDREN OF MARY McINTIRE (510) AND HENRY C. OAKES. 

(910) i Ray Oakes, b 29, Dec. 1882 ; m 6, Jan. 1908, Alice Warner. 

(911) ii Marvin Oakes, b 10, Aug. 1884; m 27, March 1911, Maisy 
Carter. 

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(912) iii Maude Oakes, b 17, May 1889- m 24, Sept. 19 ,. Ollie 

Bradley. 

(913) iv Hugh Oakes, b 7, July 1891 ; unm. 

CHILDREN OF AMANDA McINTIRE (511) AND MR. McCLUNG. 

(914) i Alexander McClung, b 1851; d 1953. 

(915) ii Charley McClung, b 1853. 

(916) iii Thomas McClung, b 1855. 

(917) iv Minnie McClung, b 1857. 

(918) v Frank McClung, b 1859. 

(919) vi Mary McClung, b 1861. 

(920) vii Vincent McClung, b 1863. 

(921) viii Martin McClung, b 1865. 

(922) ix Lottie McClung, b 1867. 

(923) x Mitchell McClung, b 1869. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET McINTIRE (512) AND WM. BURNS. 

(924) i Nannie Burns. 

(925) ii Ora Burns. 

(926) iii Oriss Burns. 

CHILDREN OF LEE McINTIRE (513) AND JOSHUA LADD. 

(927) i Mary Ladd, b 19, Dec. 1893; unm. 

(928) ii Edward Ladd, b 25, June 1902; res. Windsor, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT McINTIRE (825) AND MILLIE . 

(929) i Alberta Mclntire. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN W. McPHEETERS (518) AND LINA ROTHWELL. 

(930) i Amy Elliot McPheeters, b 3, Feb. 1898 ; Fulton, Mo. 

(931) ii Odessa Pearl McPheeters, b 30, April 1901; Fulton, Mo. 

(932) iii John Rothwell McPheeters, b 22, Dec. 1903; Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. T. McPHEETERS (520) AND GRACE WILSON. 

(933) i Forest Clark McPheeters, b 14, Dec. 1911; Concord, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF MARTHA A. WARFORD (530) AND CHESTER WALDEN. 

(934) i Sara Etta Walden, b 12, Feb. 1847; m 14, Feb. 1871, Louis 
H.Hall, at Moberly, Mo.; res. Dallas, Texas. 

(935) ii John Franklin Walden, b 10, July 1849; d 1, Jan. 1853. 

(936) iii Mary Allen Walden, b 26, April 1852; m 16, Oct. 1873, 
James Samuel Clarkson; res. Ft. Worth, Texas. 

(937) iv James Abraham Walden,b 1, July 1854; d 6, May 1859. 

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(938) v Thomas Jefferson Walden, b 17, Jan. 1857; d 11, Oct. 
1860. 

(939) vi Delitha Darlisha Walden, b 3, Aug. 1860; m 21, July 
1880, William T. Faker; res. Dallas, Texas. 

(940) vii Annie Catherine Walden, b 20, May 1863; d 1, July 1864. 

(941) viii Charles Joseph Walden, b 16, March 1886; m 8, June 
1892, Eola Bettie Tedford, b 24, June 1868; res. Independ- 
ence, Mo. 

(942) ix Chester Walden, b 12, Nov. 1868; d 28, July 1869. 

CHILDREN OF ZEPHNIAH WALDEN (531) AND BETTIE J. PRAZIER. 

(943) i Annie Walden, b 9, Sept. 1863; m 29, July 1890, Otto 
Moeller. 

(944) ii Alva Walden, b 3, Sept. 1866 ; m 28, May 1890, A. B. Ru- 
bey of Moberly, Mo.; Mrs. Rubey joined the "D. A. R." 
through the services of her gr-gr-father, Joseph Hender- 
son (17). Mr. Rubey is with Bowers Dry Goods Store. 

(945) iii Herbert Walden, b 29, Dec. 1872; m 25, Oct. 1899, Julia 
Hartman. 

CHILDREN OF SUSAN C. WALDEN (534) AND S. EDW. BENSON. 

(946) i Alberta Benson, b 21, Jan. 1880; m 30, Aug. 1899, Walter 
G. Kline; res. Elko, Nevada. 

(947) i Osborne Miller, b 11, March 1884 ; res. Elko,. Nev. 

(948) ii Henley Miller, b 27, May 1887; Elko, Nev. 

(949) iii Jerald Miller, b 17, April 1896. 

CHILDREN OF WM. A. WARFORD (537) AND MARTHA J. DAVIS. 

(950) i Louis A. Warford, b 30, Sept. 1852 ; d 13, Oct. 1853. 

(951) ii Julia A. Warford, b 19, Feb. 1855; m 19, March 1873, 
Holt Davis, Pittsville, Mo. 

(952) iii John W. Warford, b 2, Aug. 1859; d 7, March 1891. 

CHILDREN OF OSBORNE WARFORD (538) AND MARGARET DAVIS. 

(953) i Mary E. Warford, b 31, Jan. 1854; d 9, June 1860. 

(954) ii Jennie Warford, b 13, Feb. 1857; m 2, Jan. 1880, G. B. 
Haggard ; res. Kansas City, Mo. 

(955) iii Annie E. Warford, b 23, Oct. I860; d 29, March 1900; m 
31, March 1881, John H. Tucker; res. Helena, Mont. 

(956) iv David H. Warford, b 14, March 1863; m 24, Jan. 1895, 
Mary S. Wills: res. Adrain, Mo. 

(957) v Clara B. Warford, b 10, Nov. 1868; m 10, Nov. 1889, J. 
Milton Beatty; res, Kansas City, Mo. 

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CHILDREN OF MARY A. WARFORD (539) AND GEO. W. BERRY. 

(958) i John W. Berry,, b 23, Oct. 1850; d 14, Jan. 1853, W. Grove, 
Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. MARY BERRY (539) and E. L. BALDRIDGE. 

(959) i David F. Baldridge, b 1, April 1854; m 25, Feb. 1885, Jen- 
nie Ferguson; res. Bloomfield, Iowa. 

(960) ii W. Levi Baldridge, b 25, Aug. 1856; m 3, May 1881, Alice 
J. Carson. 

(961) iii Louvica A. Baldridge, b 18, Aug. 1858; in Rev. F. E. 
Hangley, Ransom, Kans. 

(962) iv Eliza Ella Baldridge, b 5, Feb. 1861; d 13, Apri 11862. 

(963) v John A. Beldridge, b 14, March 1863; d March 1865. 

(964) vi Mary Etta Baldridge, b 8, Oct. 1873; d 9, Feb. 1875. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID WARFORD (540) AND MARTHA R. CROW. 

(965) i Levi Warford, M. D., b 12, Nov. 1856; m 16, March 1879, 
Elizabeth Ethel Brock. A physician, school teacher and 
farmer, Sulphur Springs, Ark. 

(966) ii Louis Austin Warford, b 15, April 1858; m (1st) 16, 
April 1885,. Mary Brock, d 29, Dec. 1898; m (2nd) March 
1900, Nannie Mowry. Mr. Warford is a merchant at Hats- 
boro, Mo. 

(967) iii Mary Jane Warford, b 16, April I860; d 1, Sept. 1876. 

(968) iv Clement Valandingham Warford, b 22, Aug. 1863; m 28, 
Dec. 1887, Katie May Porter; proprietor of hotel, Holden, 
Oklahoma. 

(969) v Wm. Osborne Warford, b 28, Oct. 1866; m 22, July 1896, 
Mary Gray Scott; res. Memphis, Tenn. 

(970) vi John D. Warford, b 4, March 1869;! m (1st) 3, May 
1893, Maude Haggart, d 3, March 1898; m (2nd) 2, Sept. 
1899, Catherine Richardson; res. Dallas, Texas; traveling 
salesman. 

(971) vii Lizzie Warford, b 25, Feb. 1874; d 25, Feb. 1874. 

(972) viii Charles Warford, b 19, July 1877; m 1, May 1892, Lil- 
lian Counzilman ; res. Hardy, Xebraska ; engineer. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA J. WARFORD (541) AND J. E. McCLURE. 

(973) i Henry O. McClure, b 24, Jan. 1864; d 23, Jan. 1875. 

(974) ii Chas. M. McClure, b 9, June 1866 ; d 28, Sept. 1898 ; m 15, 
Oct. 1885, Mary E. Bowman ; res. Hannibal, Mo. 

(975) iii Mary Ellen McClure, b 30, Jan. 1869; d 6, Nov. 1871. 

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(976) iv Ida Mae McClure, b 26, Aug. 1872; m 8, Feb. 1899, Ed- 
win E. Smith.; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(977) v Minnie B. McClure, b 24, Jan. 1877; m 3, Dec. 1895, John 
B. Bartlett; res. Alemeda, Calif. 

CHILDREN OF JUDITH E. WARFORD (543) AND JOS. J. RYAN. 

(978) i John W. Ryan,, b 3, Jan. 1863; d 23, July 1863. 

(979) ii Thos. H. Ryan, b 23, Oct. 1864; d 23, Nov. 1901, unm; 
enlisted in Co. M., 34th reg. Infantry, U. S. A., 4, Aug. 1899, 
which was detailed to the Phillipines; discharged 23, Feb. 
1901 ; died of brain fever in San Juan, De Dois Hospital, 
Manila. 

CHILDREN OF JOS. S. HENDERSON (544) AND LELLIE HAYDEN. 

(980) i Walter Henderson, b 21,. July 1874; m 20, Aug. 1913, Min- 
nie Noll, (dau of Christopher Noll and Helen Matilda Rolf, 
of Chariton Co., Mo.) b 12, Jan. 1886; Mr. Henderson is a 
druggist at Glasgow, Mo., he is probably better informed 
on history of the Joseph Henderson (17) family than any 
one, and the writer is deeply indebted to him for invaluable 
assistance,, in the compilation of the Henderson Chronicles. 

(981) ii Hayden Henderson, b 9, Jan. 1876; m 11, Dec. 1904, An- 
ne Belle Dewar; res. Elko, Nev. Cashier of Henderson 
Banking Co. 

(982) iii Joseph Sterne Henderson, b 31, Oct. 1878 ; res. Goodfield, 
Nevada. 

(983) iv Carroll Henderson, b 9, July 1880; res. Goodfield, Nev. 

(984) v Elizabeth Aull Henderson, b 4, April 1882; res. Glasgow, 
Missouri. 

(985) vi Aubrey Henderson, b 21, Dec. 1883; res. Ogden, Utah. 

(986) vii Lambert Henderson, b 7, Feb. 1886; m 8,. Feb. 1911, 
Ethel Wentling, (dau of C. E. Wentling of Paw Paw, Va.) ; 
Asst. Cashier of Henderson Banking Co., Elko, Nev. 

(987) viii Egbert Kendall Henderson, b 9, Jan. 1893; res. Kansas 
City, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN F. HENDERSON (545) AND KATE KAVANAUGH. 

(988) i Susie Henderson, b 1, April 1875. 

(989) ii William Douglass Henderson, b 3, Sept. 1881 ; m 20, April 
1907, Helene Marie Jones. Mr. Henderson, d 5, Sept. 1911, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

(990) iii Leonard Cortez Henderson, b 4, Feb. 1884; m 12, March 
1910, Beatrice Mackey. 

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(991) iv Lewis Kavanaugh Henderson, b 1, June 1885; mini. 

CHILDREN OF W. EUGENE HENDERSON (547) AND REBECCA 

PRICHARTT. 

(992) i Edith Lois Henderson, b 11, Sept. 1879, Irondale, Mo.; m 
28, Sept. 1903, Harvey De Camp; res. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(993) ii Edwin Harrison Henderson, 6, May 1881, Iron Mountain, 
Mo.; m 19, June 1905, Camilla Carpenter (oi' Natchez, 
Miss.) ; d 26, July 1906, New Orleans, La. 

(994) iii Wm. Bryan Henderson, b 21, Aug. 1883. 

(995) iv Lucille Henderson, b 10, May 1888. 

(996) v John Cassell Henderson, b 6, Dec. 1891. 

(997) vi Eva May Henderson, b 2, June 1894; num. 

CHILDREN OF ANNA HENDERSON (548) AND DR. GEO. S. LIGGETT. 

(998) i Glenn Albert Liggett, b 8, May 188,3; d 1, Sept, 1901. 

(999) ii William Edwin Liggett, b 1, Jan. 1886; res. Oswego, Kan. 

(1000) iii Hiram Sham Liggett, b 10, Nov. 1895; Oswego, Kan. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY HENDERSON (549) AND THOS. E. FINLEY. 

(1001) i Lucy May Finley, b 11, Feb. 1893, Alton, 111.; adopted 
by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Page, of Chicago, after the death 
of her father, and assumed the name "Lucy Finley Page." 

CHILDREN OF MARY C. HENDERSON (550) AND HON. LESLIE OREAR 

(1002) i Nellie Orear, b 8, Aug. 1886; Marshall, Mo. 

(1003) ii Leslie Henderson Orear, b 6, Sept. 1888; m Mary Fray. 

(1004) iii Joseph Catlett Orear, b 21, March 1892; res. Marshall, 
Missouri. 

(1005) iv Vincent Orear, b 2, Sept. 1897. 

(1006) v Loula May Orear, b 10, July 1900; Marshall, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF O. LESTER HENDERSON (551) AND MARY E. CASSELL 

(1007) i Genevieve Henderson, b 6, July 1895, Newport, Ky. 
(1108) ii Margaret Henderson, b 17, Oct. 1897. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY A. HOCKERSMITH (554) AND JAS. T. COONS. 

(1009) i Martha Ann Coons, b 18, May 1855; m 25, Jan. 1877, Mil- 
ford Doom Pile, b 4, Jan. 1855. Removed to Custer Co., 
Iowa, 1885; carpenter, farmer; res. Callaway, Neb. 

(1010) ii Minerva Jane Coons, b 11, Oct. 1856; m Wm. H. Bybee; 
farmer, Etna, Neb. 

(1011) iii Lucy Elizabeth Coons, b 3, March I860; d 13, March 
1860. 

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(1012) iv John Silas Coons, b 29, Sept. 1861 ; d 8, Jan. 1871. 

(1013) v Mary Frances Coons, b 24, Feb. 1861 ; res. Bloomneld, la. 
(1014; vi Nancy Ellen Coons, b 16, Sept. 1871 ; res. Bloomtield, 

Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE HOCKERSMITH (555) AND EMILY J. AT WOOD. 

(1015 ) i John Mason Hockersinitk, b 27, Dec. 1855 ; m 23, Feb. 
1881, Margaret E. Jones; farmer, Catalpa, Kan. 

(1016) ii Win. Franklin Hockersmith, b 10, Sept. 1858 ; m 25, Sept. 
1902, Mrs. Spond; separated, 1903; Iowa. 

(1017) iii Lucy Catherine Hockersmith, b 3, Nov. 1860; m 8, May 
1883, W. W. McConnell, farmer, Drakesville, Iowa. 

(1018) iv George Washington Hockersmith, b 5, April 1863; d 
1884. 

(1019) v Margaret Ann Hockersmith, 7, March 1865. 

CHILDREN OF POLINA HOCKERSMITH (557) AND ANDREW FROCK. 

(1020) i Margaret Frock; m Peter Wilcox; Illinois. 
CHILDREN OF WM. J. HOCKERSMITH (559) AND MARGARET SHEWEY. 

(1021) i John S. Hockersmith, b 7, Dec. 1866. 

(1022) ii Sidney F. Hockersmith, b 26, Dec. 1868. 

(1023) iii Lucy P. Hockersmith, b 7, Jan. 1871; d 2, Jan. 1878. 

CHILDREN OF S. B. HOCKERSMITH (560) AND REBECCA ALEXANDER. 

(1024) i Mary Lucinda Hockersmith, b 21, May 1873; m 21, May 
1895,. John E. Battin; farmer, Bloomtield, Iowa. 

(1025) ii James Thomas Hockersmith, b 21, Dec. 1874; m 26, Feb. 
1896, Ivy Beryl Minear; Indian service, 1906; Browning, 
Montana. 

(1026) iii John Alexander Hockersmith, b 29, Sept. 1876; m 27, 
Aug. 1902, Winifred Bridgeman; farmer (1906), Chamber- 
lain, S. D. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA HOCKERSMITH (561) AND P. MASON COONS. 

(1027) i Lucy Jane Coons, b 25, July 1867; d 25, Aug. 1868. 

(1028) ii John Wm. Coons, b 16, July 1869; m 25, Dec. 1897, Car- 
rie A. Nolte of Canton, Kan. ; res. Miami, Okla. 

(1029) iii Minnie Almetta Coons, b 5, Dec. 1870; d 1, Aug. 1871. 

(1030) iv Minerva Ann Coons, b 15, July 1872; m 6, June 1897, 
Frank Wheeler of Canton, Kan. ; res. Liberal, Kan. 

(1031) v Richard Polaski Coons, b 18, Aug. 1874; m 12, Aug. 
1896, Mabel D. Cook; res. Clay Center, Kan. 

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(1032) vi Robert Franklin Coons, b 18, March 1876; m 24, June 
1902, Bertha Buckman; res. Leona, Kan. 

(1033) vii Lucinda Elizabeth Coons, b 9, June 1878; m 9, Nov 
1904,. W. R. Sanders; res. Duncan, Okla. 

(1034) viii Mary Alice Coons, b 11, March 1880; in 26, Oct. 1902, 
James H. F. Ledbetter; res. Canton, Kan. 

(1035) ix Jas. Thos. Coons, b 15, June 1881 ; d March 1883. 

(1036) x Phoebe Katherine Coons, b 3, March 1884. 

(1037) xi Peter Mason Coons, Jr., b 11, March 1886; res. Miami, 
Ottawa Co., Oklahoma. 

(1038) xii Infant; d in infancy. 

(1039) xiii Rose Helen Coons, b 9, July 1889; res. Canton, Kans. 

CHILDREN OF J. S. HOCKERSMITH (562) AND MARTHA E. DEMAR. 

(1040) i Ida J. Hockersmith, b 10, Oct. 1870; m 6, Nov. 1889, El- 
mer D. Isham; res. Des Moines, Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF L. F. HOCKERSMITH (563) AND EMMA CLEMENTS. 

(1041) i Alice M. Hockersmith, b 27, Aug. 1870. 

(1042) ii Eva B. Hockersmith, b 4, Jan. 1874. 

(1043) iii Ray F. Hockersmith, b 19, Aug. 1892; Los Angeles. 

CHILDREN OF MARY T. HOCKERSMITH (564) AND A. D. KROUS. 

(1044) i John C. Krous, b 23, Aug. 1881; unm; real-estate busi- 
ness with father at Hutchinson,. Kan. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. B. HOCKERSMITH (565) AND EMMA C. VEST. 

(1045) i Hockersmith. 

(1046) ii George Hockersmith; res. Bloomfield, Kan. 

CHILDREN OF VINA HOCKERSMITH (566) AND CHAS. DUNBAR. 

(1047) i Arthur Dunbar. 

(1047) i Arthur Dunbar. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET A. SCRUTCHFIELD (567) AND JOHN D. 

MILLER (592). 

(1048) i Joseph Marion Miller, b 29, Sept. 1855 ; m 13, April 1879, 
Laura Alice Lundy, b 23, Jan. 1857; farmer, Pittsville, Mo. 

(1049) ii Sam Preston Miller, D. D. S., b 29, April 1857; m 20, 
Dec. 1877, Dora Belle White, b 25, Jan. 1860 ; dentist, Ma- 
con, Mo. 

(1050) iii William Henry Miller, M. D., b 17, July 1860; m 18, 
Jan. 1894, Mary Knott Stephens, b 10, March, 1873; Dr. 

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Miller was graduated from the Medical Dept. of the Mo. 
University, 1885 ; St. Louis Medical College, 1889 ; Chicago 
Polytecnic,. 1891; New York Polytecnic, 1892; regular phy- 
sician in active practice, Macon, Mo. 

(1051) iv Mary Margaret Miller, b 22, Sept. 1862; m 9, Jan. 1877, 
Joseph Preston Martin, b 13, March 1856; farmer, Mara- 
mec, Pawnee Co,, Okla. 

(1052) v Julia Ann Miller, b 22, Dec. 1864; m 8, Nov. 1893, James 
A. Whitsell, b 29, Dec. 1812; farmer Holden, Okla. 

',1053) vi John Otto Miller, b 17, Oct. 1869; m 5, Aug. 1891; Sara 
Maude Whitsell, b 22, April 1871; merchant, Salinas, 
Colo.; res. Boulder, Colo. 

CHILDREN OF DELITHA J. SCRUTCHFIELD (568) AND GEORGE 

RUSSELL. 

(1054) i William Caswell Russell, b 3, May 1860; d 14, Feb. 1863. 

CHILDREN OF MARY E. SCRUTCHFIELD (569) AND WM. DAVIS. 

(1055) i William Henry Davis, b 2, Oct. 1861; d 6, May 1901; m 
1889, Alice Berry, b 1869. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. MARY S. DAVIS (569) AND ALFRED R. NORMAN. 

(1056) i Chas. Alfred Norman, b 1, Oct. 1877; m 1904, Dorria 
Cummins, b 1887 ; res. Denver, Colo. 

(1057) ii Jas. Pearl Norman, b 28, Nov. 1879; m 13, March 1901, 
Mayme Shedrick, b 1888; res. Metz, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY SCRUTCHFIELD (570) AND MISS BRUMESTER. 

(1058) i Wm. Henry Scrutchfield, 1869; adopted by Thos. Bran- 

nock of Pittsville, Mo., but after a few years in the new 
surroundings left for parts unknown. 

CHILDREN OF CASSIE SCRUTCHFIELD (573) AND JOSHUA COOK. 

(1059) i Maty C. Cook, b 22, Feb. 1868; d 8, May 1903; m 26, 
Feb. 1889, John King,, b 30, May 1869. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. CASSIE S. COOK (573) AND GEO. L. MILLER. 

(1060) i Albert L. Miller, b 16, July 1873; m 30, Oct. 1894, Essie 
Bishop, b 13, Nov. 1876. 

(1061) ii Laura B. Miller, b 10,. Nov. 1874; m 6, June 1893, Frank 
Bone, b 6, June 1869. 

(1062) iii Virginia A. Miller, b 2, Feb. 1877; m 26, Dec. 1893, 
John Brown, b 3, Jan. 1872. 

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(1069) iv Callie A. Miller, b 27, June 1880; m 25, Dec. 1898, Alva 
Anderson, b 1, Aug. 1873. 

(1070) v Carrie Miller, b 11, Aug. 1892 ; in 5, Feb. 1901, Frank 
Bartiett, b 24, Aug. 1880. 

(1071) v Emma May Miller, b 10, May 1888. 

CHILDREN OF OSBORNE SCRUTCHFIELD (575) AND JENNIE CLINE. 

(1072) i Grayce Serutchheld, b 21, Nov. 1882; unm. 

(1073) li lioy Serutchheld, b 14, Nov. 1889; res. Rinehart, Mo. 

(1074) iii Sim Scrutchfield, b 16, July 1894. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN F. SCRUTCHFIELD (576) AND ELIZA LEE CARY. 

(1075) i Albert ScrutcMeld, b 26, Aug. 1886; d 26, Aug. 1886. 

(1076) li Alma Laura Scrutchfield, b 25, Sept. 1888; d 10,, Oct. 
1888. 

(1077) iii Monday Freeman Scrutchfield, b 12, April 1900; res. 
Metz, Mo. 

(1078) iv Cary Scrutckneld, b 28, Feb. 1892; d 28, Feb. 1892. 

(1079) v Fred Lee Scrutckneld,. b 26, June 1893; res, Metz, Mo. 

(1080) vi Irwin Scrutckneld, b 3, Nov. 1898; d 3, Nov. 1898. 

CHILDREN OF LOU C. SCRUTCHFIELD (577) AND J. A. MARTIN. 

(1081) i Josephine Emeline Martin, b 2, Feb. 1875; m 5, Oct. 
1892, Jacob Remey Yeisley; res. Mt. Vernon, Mo. 

(1082) ii Leslie Freeman Martin, b 11, April 1876; res. Lacygne, 
Kansas. 

(1083) iii Cordelia Alma Martin, b 20, Oct. 1880; m 23, Dec. 1900, 
Frank T. ; res. Boicourt, Linn Co., Kan. 

(1084) iv Gertrude Phemfl Martin, b 26, April 1887; d 26, April 
1887. 

(1085) v James Monroe Martin, b 17, April 1888. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. H. SCRUTCHFIELD (580) AND JANE STURGEON 

(1086) i Ora Nancy Scrutckneld, b 19, July 1897; Guthrie, Okla. 

(1087) ii Fay Lorine Scrutckneld, b 17, Marck 1902. 

CHILDREN OF LUCINDA A. NOBLE (586) AND W. G. McCALL. 

(1088) i Amhearst P. McCall, b 27, July 1875; d 27, July 1875. 

(1089) ii Alman Liberty McCall, b 21, July 1877; m 6, April 1902, 
Lydia Theirfelder, b 3, Sept. 1880; New Franklin, Saline 
Co., Mo. 

(1090) iii Lula Belle McCall, b 20, March 1879; m 10, Nov. 1898, 
Chas. M. Haynes, Moberly, Mo. 

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(1091) iv Mary Mildred McCall, b 20, May 1881; m 20, May 1902, 
A. W. Kincaid; engineer, Wabash R. R. ; res. Moberly, Mo. 

(1092) v Chas. Benton McCall, b 16, Sept. 1885; Macon, Mo. 

(1093) vi James William McCall, b 23, March 1886. 

(1094) vii Earl Milane McCall, b 28, Feb. 1888. 

(1095) viii Ollie McCall, b 18, Oct. 1892. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY McNOBLE (587) AND F. G. ELSEA. 

v 1096) i Deliah Jane Elsea, b 1, June 1878; d 28, July 1879. 

(1097) ii Victor Noble Elsea, b 3, June 1880; m 17, Oct. 1905, 
Ethel Marks, b 27, June 1879. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY B. HENDERSON (588) AND WM. H. MISSMAN. 

(1098) i Mary Elizabeth Missman, b 9, Dec. 1860; m 12, Oct. 1886, 
Edwin M. Crellin. 

(1099) ii John Henry Missman, b 11, Feb. 1863 ; d 10, Sept. 1869. 

(1100) iii Laura Ann Missman, b 27, Jan. 1865; d 17, Sept. 1869. 

(1101) iv Cora Belle Missman, b 8, Jan. 1871; m 4, June 1889, 
Perry Correll. 

(1102) v Frank A. Missman, b 21, Aug. 1873; m 8, Feb. 1898, Oer, 
tie Nichols, d 7, Dec. 1904; res. Kansas City, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF DR. ARTHUR HENDERSON (590) AND MARGARET L. 

PEERY. 

(1103) i James Paris Henderson, M. D., b 17, Sept, 1878; m 11, 
Nov. 1903, (Chillicothe, Mo.) Florence A. Botts; Dr. Hen- 
derson is a physician and surgeon, Kansas City, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF LAURA B. HENDERSON (591) AND J. T. PATTERSON. 

(1104) i Arthur Patterson, b 19, Aug. 1882; U. S. Army. 

(1105) ii Elizabeth Patterson, b 6, Feb. 1885; res. Chillicothe, Mo. 

(1106) iii Rae A. Patterson, b 5, April 1887. 

(1107) iv Frank G. Patterson, b 31, May 1889. 

(1108) v Harry N. Patterson, b 18, April 1891. 

(1109) vi Clay E. Patterson, b 2, Nov. 1892; d 15, Dec. 1892. 

(1110) vii Thomas Patterson, b 17, March 1894. 

(1111) viii Lena B. Patterson, b 17, March 1897; unm ; Chilli- 
cothe, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARY D. HENDERSON (592) AND ALBERT AMEY 

(See No. 567). 

(1112) i Ray E. Amey, b 11, Sept. 1885; Holden, Mo.? 



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CHILREN OF JESSIE C. HENDERSON (594) AND EDGAR F. FIELDING. 

(1113) i Theodore Arthur Fielding, b July 1898; Los Angeles, 
California. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES M. NOBLE (595) AND MARTHA GATES. 

(1114) i Lillian Gates Noble, b 3, Nov. 1869; unm; Garden City, 
Kansas. 

CHILDREN OF LOUVISE NOBLE (600) AND A. J. NORVEL. 

(1115) i Sarah W. Norvel, b 11, March 1871; m 27, Jan. 1892, E. 
M. B. Smith; res. Brumbaugh, N. D. 

(1116) ii Edward E. Norvel, b 20, Jan. 1876. 

CHILDREN OF LOUVISA N. NORVAL (600) AND W. H. LUDWIG. 

(1117) i Chas. Trulen Ludwig, b 17, Dec. 189; res,. Harrison ville, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF HARVEY S. PITTMAN (602) AND HARRIET A. DORSETT. 

(1118) i Amanda A. Pittman, b 30, May 1865; m 1, Jan. 1885, 
Biram Warren. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA A. PITTMAN (603) AND DAVID SHEPHERD. 

(1119) i William E. Shepherd, b 28, Dec. 1865; m 15, Nov. 1891, 
Nancy E. King, b 25, Sept. 1865. 

(1120) ii Thos. Allen Shepherd, b 5, Feb. 1868; m 26, Aug. 1894, 
Eliza Eleanor Richardson, b 9, March 1864. 

(1121) iii Harvey S. Shepherd, b 19, Dec. 1870. 

(1122) iv James Shepherd, b 5, July 1874; carpenter. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. MARTHA P. SHEPHERD (603) AND R. C. KING. 

(1123) i Seth King, b 23, Feb. 1881. 

(1124) ii Naomi J. King, b 20,. March 1883; m 25, March 1903, 
Herbert H. Phillips, b 16, Feb. 1881. 

(1125) iii Jeptha King, b 11, March 1885; unm. 

(1126) iv Quinten King, b 11, Nov. 1891; unm. 

CHILDREN OF LOUIS O. HENDERSON (607) AND LILLIAN A. GROVER. 

(1127) i Sarah Henderson, b 14, April 1887; m (1st) 1905, Ernest 
Clyde Rummel (divorced) ; m (2nd ) 27, Aug. 1908, Claude 
W. West, M. D. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON (608) AND MAUDE HENLEY. 

(1128) i Marjorie Henderson, b 29, Aug. 1895; unm. 

(1129) ii Joseph Lewis Henderson, b 31,. Aug. 1903. 

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(1130) iii John Henderson, Jr., b Aug. 1912. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. B. HENDERSON (610) AND ETHEL L. SMITH. 

(1131) i Wellington Smith Henderson, b 15, Feb. 1902. 

(1132) ii Charles Jefferson Henderson, b 5, Sept. 1903. 

CHILDREN OF JUDGE WM. W. HENDERSON (621) AND ROSE Mc- 

CANSLAND. 

(1133) i Virginia Rose Henderson; uura; res. Bridgeton, Mo. 

(1134) ii Henderson; Bridgeton, Mo. 

(1135) iii Henderson. 

CHILDREN OF KATHERINE HENDERSON (632) AND DR. A. T. BRITT. 

(1136) i James Thomas Britt, b ab 1904 ; Kansas City, Mo. 

(1137) ii Stuart Henderson Britt, b ab 1906; Kansas City, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ESTHER F. HENDERSON (634) AND HON. JOHN R. 

BAKER. 

(1138) i Elizabeth Robinson Baker, b 7, May 1908; Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ELMER C. HENDERSON (636) AND ANNA BROWN. 

(1139) i Elmer C. Henderson, Jr.; res. Fulton, Mo. 

(1140) ii Anna Henderson, b 2, March 1907 ; Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF GUSSIE HENDERSON (641) AND J. D. MARR. 

(1141) i Immagene Marr; Mansfield, Colo. 

(1142) ii Helen Marr. 

(1143) iii James Henderson Marr. 

CHILDREN OF ANNIE HENDERSON (644) AND KALE MAUPIN. 

(1144) i Frances Maupin; McCredie, Mo. 

(1145) ii Maupin. 

(1146) iii William Maupin. 

(1147) iv (dau) Maupin; b 20, June 1913; McCerdie, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF BENJ. M. YATES (656) AND LAURA BOYES. 

(1148) i William Edward Yates, b 14, Jan. 1908; AuxVasse, Mo. 

(1149) ii James Calvin Yates, b 12, Jan. 1913. 

(1150) iii Louella Yates, b 30, April 1914. 

CHILDREN OF JANE HENDERSON YATES (658) AND DR. R. N. CREWS 

(1151) i Martha Crews, b 10, Feb. 1903, Williamsburg, Mo.; res. 
Fulton, Mo. 

(1152) ii Infant son; d 22, Oct. 1904. 

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(1153) iii Mary Emma Crews, b 24, Oct. 1907; Fulton, Mo. 

(1154) iv Carrol Kent Crews, b 20, Feb. 1909, Fulton, Mo. 

(1155) v Sara Randolph Crews, b 2, July 1912, Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZA H. TATE (660) AND EMMETT J. GRANT. 

(1156) i John Mosby Grant, b 27, Dec. 1908, Williamsburg, Mo. 

(1157) ii Joseph William Grant, b 21, April 1911, Williamsburg. 

(1158) iii Mary Belle Grant, b 13, Nov. 1912, Williamsburg, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARY E. TATE (661) AND REV. SAMUEL G. WOOD. 

(1159) i Isabelle Crockett Wood, b 28, Oct. 1910, AuxVasse, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF I. TATE McCUE (663) AND JULIA MAE DUDLEY. 

(1160) i Frances Clarinda McCue, b 24, June 1900, Auxvasse, 
Mo.; Mexico, Mo. 

(1161) ii Marjorie Mae McCue, b 11, March 1907, Mexico, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF SARA F. McCUE (664) AND CLARENCE H. BERRY. 

(1162) i Mary Josephine Berry, b 12, Jan. 1902, McCredie, Mo. 

(1163) ii Claude McCue Berry, b 22, March 1905,. McCredie, Mo. 

(1164) iii Clarinda Pinckney Berry, b 10, Jan. 1909, McCredie 

(1165) iv Evolyn Berry, b 16, Aug. 1914, McCredie, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA B. PRATT (670) AND J. ROY TUCKER. 

(1166) i Daniel Pratt Tucker, b 31, Dec. 1906, Fulton, Mo. 

(1167) ii James St. George Tucker, b 14, Aug. 1909, Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF WM. GRANT YATES (673) AND FRANCES HOLT. 

(1168) i Infant, b 1907, Scotts Bluff, Neb.; d 1907. 

(1169) ii Elizabeth Reed Yates, b 23, Aprif 1908; res. New Bloom- 
field, Mo. 

(1170) iii John Holt Yates, b 20, May 1909; New Bloomfield, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF EMMA T. YATES (674) AND CHAS. W. DUDLEY. 

(1171) i Jean Angle Dudley, b 31, July 1909, AuxVasse, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF I. NESBIT TATE (675) AND ELEANOR DICKINSON. 

(1172) i Irving Dickinson Tate, b 23, Aug. 1909; Minneapolis, 
Minnesota. 

CHILDREN OF CYNTHIA RUSSELL (681) AND DR. RODGER B. WOOD. 

(1173) i Minnie Wood, b AuxVasse, Mo.; m 22, Sept. 1908, Harry 
F. Henderson (836), mule buyer for Guyton & Herrington 
— East St. Louis, Illinois. 

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(1174) ii Met a Aileeu Wood; unm; member of the faculty of 
Synodical College, from which institution she was gradu- 
ated in 1910 ; Alumnae of University of Wisconsin ; taught 
Van Rensselaer Academy, 1911-12 ; Secretary Senior En- 
deavor Society, Fulton, Mo. 

(1175) iii Robert Wood, b AuxVasse, Mo.; unm. 

(1176) iv Edward Wood, b 11, Sept. 1893; druggist, AuxVasse, 
Missouri. 

(1177) v Katherine Wood; res. AuxVasse, Mo. Educated at 
Synodical College. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. RUSSELL (682) AND FRANCES McDONALD. 

(1178) i Margaret Russell; res. Ft. Collins, Colo. 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH McPHEETERS (684) AND WALLACE Mc- 

MURTRY. 

(1179) i Mabel McMurtry; m Everett Thompson. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. 0. McPHEETERS (685) AND SALLIE AUSTIN. 

(1180) i Harold McPheeters; m Margaret Potts; Life Insurance, 
Columbia, Mo. 

(1181) ii Bessie McPheeters; unm; member of the faculty of the 
Mo. University. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. O. McPHEETERS (685) AND MISS HENDRICKS. 

(1182) i Donald McPheeters; unm; res. Moberly, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF W. EDW. McPHEETERS (686) AND CATHARINE KING. 

(1183) i Reid McPheeters; Concord, Mo. 

(1184) ii Homer McPheeters. 

(1185) iii John Alexander McPheeters. 

CHILDREN OF ADAH McPHEETERS (687) AND WM. McMURTRY. 

(1186) i Edna McPheeters McMurtry; school teacher; Mexico, Mo. 

(1187) ii Anna McMurtry; teacher; Mexico, Mo. 

(1188) iii Ralph McMurtry; unm; Mexico, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF REV. COLIN McPHEETERS (691) AND 



(1189) i Robert McPheeters, b Fulton, Mo.; Warrensburg, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF CLARE HENDERSON (693) AND ETTA J. BRIDGES. 

(1190) i Myron E. Henderson, b 23, Jan. 1901, Rocky Ford, Colo.; 
Coffeyville, Kan. 

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CHILDEN OF CLAUDE R. HENDERSON (699) AND SERELDA ZUMALT. 

(1191) i Martin R. Henderson, b 10, Feb. 1909; Guthrie, Mo. 

(1192) ii Ruby E. Henderson, b 12, Oct. 1911; Guthrie, Mo. 

(1193) iii Thomas R. Henderson, b 1, March 1915; Guthrie, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF GRAYDON HENDERSON (700) AND ANNIE BOYCE. 

(1194) i Alice L. Henderson, b 23, May 1913; Guthrie, Mo. 

(1195) ii Mildred Gertrude Henderson, b 20, Jan. 1915; Guthrie, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF ORBIE EDW. MORRIS (702) AND MARGARET GARRETT 

(1196) i Mabel Leota Morris, b 5, Feb. 1907; Headrick, Okla. 

(1197) ii James Raymond Morris, b 12, Sept. 1911; Headrick, 
Oklahoma. 

(1198) iii Mildred Mossie Morris, b 22, June 1913; Headrick, 
Oklahoma. 

(1199) iv Margaret Foy Morris, b 15, Oct. 1914; Headrick, Okla. 

CHILDREN OF ADA O. MORRIS (703) AND WOOD CONNOR. 

(1200) i Margaret Catherine Connor, b 7, Dec. 1903; Carrington, 
Missouri. 

(1201) ii Morris Woodson Connor, b 5, Sept. 1908; Carrington. 

CHILDREN OF LELA MAY MORRIS (704) AND CLAUDE O'BERNE. 

(1202) i Claude Morris O 'Berne; b 10, June 1904; Joplin, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF MYRTLE HENDERSON (712) AND HERMAN YAKE. 

(1203) i Dorothy Yake, b 28, Jan. 1914; Carrington, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF ELEANOR C. CALDWELL (715) AND J. A. BUSHNELL. 

(1204) i Frederick Emanuel Bushnell, b 20, Jan. 1889, Windsor, 
Mo. ; res. Portland, Oregon. 

(1205) ii Hortense Bushnell, b 4, Oct. 1894; d 8, May 1907, Port- 
land, Ore. 

CHILDREN OF ANNA BROWN CALDWELL (719) AND GRANT CORBIN. 

(1206) i Margaret Corbin, b 10, May 1902, Kirksville, Mo.; Altus, 
Oklahoma. 

(1207) ii Dorothy Corbin, b 21, July 1911; Altus, Okla. 

(1208) iii Kenneth Caldwell Corbin, b 27, March 1913; Altus, 
Oklahoma. 



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CHILDREN OF WM. E. HOWE (722) AND MINNIE L. HOLDEN. 

(1209) i Ruth Ella Howe, b 30, July 1883; m 14, June 1906, 
(Meadville, Mo.) Herman R. Lowe; res. Denver, Colo. 

(1210) ii Leslie Dunn Howe, b 17, Dec. 1884; res. Liberty, Mo. 

(1211) iii Joseph George Howe, b 21, Sept. 1886; d 31, July 1887. 

(1212) iv Miller Holden Howe, b 20, Aug. 1888 ; d 29, Aug. 1888. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. D. HOWE (723) AND LUCY ROWLAND. 

(1213) i Marietta Lucile Howe, b 23, April 1902; Benton, Ark. 

(1214) ii John David Howe, b 24, July 1906 ; Benton, Ark. 

(1215) iii Phillip Clifford Howe, b 4, May 1909; Benton, Ark. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET L. HOWE (726) AND BENJAMIN SHELEY. 

(1216) i Harold Sheley, b 29, Jan. 1894; Fulton, Mo. 

(1217) ii John Benjamin Sheley, b 30, Dec. 1896; Fulton, Mo. 

(1218) iii Margaret Ann Sheley, b 24, Sept. 1898; d 22, Mch. 1904. 

(1219) iv Mary Dean Sheley, b 26, Aug. 1911; Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPHINE JACKSON (727) AND JOHN M. HERRING. 

(1220) i Stella Herring, b 16, Oct. 1877; m 29, Dec. 1897, Edgar 
Mosely, b 6, June 1875 ; res. . 

CHILDREN OF DELORA JACKSON (732) AND WM. WOODWARD. 

(1221) i Leonora Ethel Woadward, b 31, Jan. 1891; unm. 

(1222) ii Nova Lee Woodward, b 17, Feb. 1894. 

(1223) iii Jessie May Woodward, b 14, Jan. 1896. 

CHILDREN OF LON. JACKSON (735) AND ANNA EDWARDS. 

(1224) i Roger Jackson, b 15, June 1908; res. Richmond, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF MARGARET M. ASHER (737) AND JOHN A. EVANS. 

(1225) i Mary Evans, b 21, April 1894, Sierra, Mojida, Coahuila, 
Mexico. 

(1226) ii Margaret Evans, b 11, Oct. 1898, Cimmaron, Kan. 

(1227) iii Francis Evans, b 24, Aug. 1901, Cimmaron, Kan.; d 11, 
Aug. 1901. 

(1228) iv Editji Evans, b 28, Nov. 1901, Commaron, Kan. 

(1229) v Harold Drew Evans ,b 3, Nov. 1908. 

(1230) vi Helen Evans, b 26, Nov. 1911. 

CHILDREN OF JASL. H. ASHER (738) AND ROSE HACK. 

(1231) i Ruth Asher, b 31, July 1901; Pondcreek, Okla. 

(1232) ii Lillian Maurine Asher, b 31, June 1908. 

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(1233) iii James Ottley Asher, b 15, March 1910; Pondcreek, 
Oklahoma. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA HOWE (745) AND EDWARD P. CARTER. 

(1234) i James Drew Carter, b 31, July 1899 ; d 1, Sept. 1900. 

(1235) ii Mollie Magdalen Carter, b 10, March 1901; res. Benton, 
Arkansas. 

CHILDREN OP HATTIE HOWE (746) AND S. TALLIE WEAVER. 

(1236) i Hobson Albert Weaver, b 12, May 1899; Benton, Ark. 

(1237) ii Horace Elmer Weaver,, b 16, March 1901. 

(1238) iii Nina Maude Weaver, b 5, Jan. 1903. 

(1239) iv Ethel May Weaver, b 21, April 1905. 

(1240) v Dola Ray Weaver, b 13, Nov. 1906. 

(1241-2) Jewell and Dewill Weaver (twins) b 11, Feb. 1908; d 15, 
Feb. 1908. 

(1243) viii Emma Estella Weaver, b 16, Feb. 1910. 

(1244) ix Elizabeth Causiada Weaver, b 22, Jan. 1913; Benton, 
Ark. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. HOWE (747) AND MAY FLAIR. 

(1245) i Irene Belle Howe, b 22, Oct. 1903, Benton, Ark. 

(1246) ii James Henry Howe, b 14, June 1905. 

(1247) iii Margaret May Howe, b 30, July 1907. 

(1248) iv Mary Causiada Howe, b 2, Jan. 1909. 

(1249) v Charles Jewell Howe, b 25, Jan. 1912. 

(1250) vi Ernest Howe, b 16, Oct. 1913 ; Benton, Ark. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HOWE (748) AND ZILPHA LEWIS. 

(1251) i Rena Valeria Howe, b 23, May 1907; Benton, Ark. 

(1252) ii Velma Merril Howe, b 3, Jan. 1910. 

(1253) iii Gerald Escar Howe, b 15, July 1912; d 30, Sept, 1913. 

(1254) iv Tnros Vivian Howe, b 20, Oct, 1914. 

CHILDREN OF SAM'L. HOWE (750) AND OLLTE HUTCHINGSEN. 

(1255) i Harvey Lee Howe, b 23, Dec. 1913; Benton, Ark. 
CHILDREN OF DR. R. A. BROWNE (756) AND FLORENCE KELLEY. 

(1256) i Joseph Kelly Browne, b 1894, Dover, Ky. ; Sec'y. Y. M. 
C. A., Covington, Ky. 

CHILDREN OF SARAH HENDERSON (759) AND CAPT. C. H. HANCE. 

(1552) i Minne Hance, b Randolph Co., Mo.; num.; res. Los An- 
Aeles, Cal. 

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(1553) ii Fordest Hance; m ; res. Hollywood, Calif. 

"(1551) iii Lucile Elma Hance, b Randolph Co., Mo.; d Huntsville, 
Mo. Ae. 1 yr. 

CHILDREN OF MARY MARSHALL (771 2-5) AND MR. WILLIS. 

(1257) i Willis; Lincoln, Xeb. 

(1258) ii Jessie Willis; Lincoln, Neb. 

CHILDREN OP SAM'L S. HENDERSON (781) AND ANNIE LITCH. 

(1259) i Cora Litch Henderson, b 11, Oct. 1881, Brookville, Pa.; 
in 15, April 1909, Lawrence V. Deemer. 

(1260) ii Nellie Henderson, b 24, Feb. 1885; m 12, Oct. 1909, Fred- 
erick W. Edmondson; Brookville, Pa. 

CHILDREN OF SAM'L S. HENDERSON (781) AND ANNA HJELM CRAIG. 

(1261) i Nancy Hjelm Henderson, b 29, March 1897; Brookville, 
Pennsylvania. 

(1262) ii Virginia Henderson, b 26, Dec. 1900. 

(1263) iii Rebecca Henderson, b 28, April 1910; d 30, June 1910. 

(1264) iv Helen Henderson, b 10, Jan. 1912; Brookville, Pa. 

CHILDREN OF ANNA LIGGETT (785) AND GEO. W. ELLIOTT. 

(1558) i Jessie Edna Elliott, b 27, Dec. 1871; m Sept. 1892, Harry 
C. Davis, d 8, March 1902 ; California. 

(1559) ii Anna Ava Elliott, b 3, Dec. 1873; m 7, Mch 1893, Charles 
H. Ballard ; Washington State. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. S. LIGGETT (786) AND ANNA HOWE. 

(1560-1) Cora and Edward Liggett; d in infancy. 

(1562) iii Harry Seldon Liggett, b 20, July 1879; m Jan. 1904, 
Margaret Tontz; res. Joplin, Mo. 

(1563) iv Rubey Howe Liggett, b 4, Sept. 1881; m 15, April 1903, 
Charles Oscar Watson, d 1 , Dec. 1905. 

(1564) v Virgie Liggett, b Nov. 1884; d April 1891. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. S. LIGGETT (786) AND JANE WOLF. 

(1565) i Wilbur Truman Liggett, b 6, March 1887; connected with 
a newspaper, Columbus, Kans. 

(1566) ii Nellie Vinita Liggett, b 28, Dec. 1893; teaching in the 
public schools, Joplin, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF LAVINIA LIGGETT (787) AND JOS. P. DE JARNETTE. 

(1567) i Heber Hampton De Jarnette, b 28, Feb. 1881 ; d 30 June, 
1883. 

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(1568) ii Jessie Perrin De Jarnette, b 1, April 1883; d 8, Oct. 1883. 
CHILDREN OF MEDIA G. LIGGETT (791) AND EDWIN C. ALLEN. 

(1569) i Glen Hanawalt Allen, b 23, Sept. 1880; d 26, Sept. 1880. 

(1570) ii Gladys Edwina Allen, b 28, Oct. 1881; m 8, July 1914, 
Robert Marquis Small; Denver, Colo. 

(1571) iii Challis William Allen,, b 8, Oct. 1883; m 23, June 1914, 
Lucile Marie Croke. 

(1572) iv Lynne De Jarnette Allen, b 28, Aug. 1885; Denver. 

(1573) v Kenneth Liggett Allen, b 14, Aug. 1889. 

CHILDREN OF DR. E. E. LIGGETT (791 1-2) AND MRS. MARY PARSONS. 

(1574) i Ruth Ellsworth Liggett, b 13, April 1895; Oswego, Kans. 
CHILDREN OF DAVID WOODBURN (793) AND MRS. MARY SMIDER. 

(1265) i Minnie Woodburn; d, s. p. 

(1266) ii May Woodburn; m W. Howland. 

CHILDREN OF MAUDE WOODBURN (799) AND THOS. SHARRER. 

(1267) i Edwin Sharrer; d young. 

(1268) ii Ruth Sharrer. 

CHILDREN OF MOMAR WOODBURN (796) AND 

(1269) i William Woodburn. 

(1270) ii Samuel Woodburn. 

(1271) iii Bessie Woodburn. 

(1272) iv Imo Woodburn. 
(1273-5) (names not given). 

CHILDREN OF GRAILEY HENDERSON (803) AND IDA TURNER. 

(1276) i Esther Henderson, b 1896; res. . 

CHILDREN OF ALICE CAMPBELL (807) AND DR. CHAS. MOORE. 

(1577) i Leo Moore; m — - (one child) ; res. Youngstown, Ohio. 

Ohio. 
(1278) ii Opal Moore; m . 

CHILDREN OF WM. McCAMPBELL (808) AND HANNAH . 



(1279) i Nettie McCampbell. 

(1280) ii Charles McCampbell. 

CHILDREN OF H. SELDEN LIGGETT (1562) AND MARGARET TONTZ. 

(1576) i Robert Selden Liggett,, b Oct. 1904; Joplin, Mo. 

(1577) ii Katherine Liggett, b July 1906; Joplin, Mo. 

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CHILDREN OF JESSIE E. ELLIOTT (1558) AND HARRY C. DAVIS. 

(1578) i Fred Elliott Davis, b 10, Sept. 1893 ; California. 

(1579) ii George Walter Davis, b 4, November 1894 ; California. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF JAMES EDW. HENDERSON (850) AND ELIZABETH Mc- 

CORMACK. 

(1281) i Mary Henderson, b 1897; res. Farmington, Mo. 

(1282) ii Margaret Henderson, b 1899; Farmington, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MARY RECORD HENDERSON (852) AND V. V. RANDOL. 

(1283) i Eugene Randol, b 1901. 
(1283 1-2) ii Helen Randol, b 1903. 

(1284) iii Elizabeth Randol, b 1906. 

CHILDREN OF ROBT. O. HENDERSON (854) AND BARBARA FORMAN. 

(1285) i Iola Henderson, b 1903; d 1905. 

(1286) ii Monna Henderson, b 1905; res. Pana, 111. 

CHILDREN OF EMMA G. HENDERSON (859) AND MR. BENNETT. 

(1287) i Josephine William Bennett, b 188 — , Jackson, Mo.; unm. ; 
graduated from Synodical College, 1898 ; instructor in 
Mo. School for the Deaf until 1912; instructor New York 
school for the Deaf, 1912-16. 

CHILDREN OF MRS. EMMA H. BENNETT (859) AND JAS. P. CAMP. 

(1288) i Samuel Hinton Camp, b Jackson, Mo.; unm; Westmin- 
ster College, 1902-6; member Beta Theta Pi fraternity; 
railroad engineering and construction work, Chicago, 111. 

(1289) ii Sara Amelia Camp, b 8, Oct. 1888, Jackson, Mo.; m 8, 
June 1811, William Percy Tucker ( bro. to J. R. Tucker, 
See No. 670); druggist (See No. 451), Fulton, Mo.; Mrs. 
Tucker was graduated from Synodical College, 1906; mem- 
ber of the Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENDERSON MARTIN, JR. (863) AND . 



(1290) i John Henderson Martin. 

(1291) ii Martin. 

(1292) iii Martin. 

CHILDREN OF DR. EDWIN M. KERR (871) AND LUCY H. VANMETER. 

(1293) i Susan Buckles Kerr; unm; formerly member of the fac- 

101 



ulty of Synodieal College; uow of the faculty of William 
"Woods, Fulton, Mo. 

(1294) ii Irving Hockaday Kerr, b Fuitou, Mo.j dec. 

(1295) lii Elizabeth H. Kerr; unin; instructor in the Mo. School 
for the Deaf, Fulton, Mo. 

(1296) iv Lucy Van Meter Kerr, b ab 1889, Fulton, Mo.; d 28, 
March 1901; uma. 

(1297; v Mary Belle Kerr; unni; member of the faculty of Gun- 
ston Hall, Washington, D. C. The Misses Kerr were gradu- 
ated from Synodieal College in the years: 1891, '93, '97, 
and 1898, respectively, and were members of the Beta Sig- 
ma Omicron Sorority. 

(1298) vi Edwin M. Kerr, b Fulton. Mo.; dee. 

CHILDREN OF MART B. KERR 161M AND JOHN T. BROW.X. 

(1299) i John Hart Brown, b Fulton. Mo.; unm; grad. Westmin- 
ster College, 1897, Beta Theta Pi fraternity; Prof. Wash- 
ington University, St. Louis. 

(1300) ii Mary Beckham Brown, b Fulton, Mo.; unm; gradu. 
Synodieal College, 1S98, Beta Sigma Omicron sorority; res. 
Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF SUSAN HENDERSON (833) AND BERNARD CAMPBELL. 

(1301) i Jean H. Campbell; AuxVasse. }lo. 

(1302) ii Helen Campbell. 

(1303) iii Nancy Campbell. 

CHILDREN OF HARRY F. HENDERSON (836) AND MINNIE WOOD 

(1173). 

(1304^ i Brazil Browning Henderson: AuxVasse. Mo. 

(1305) ii James Garwood Henderson, b 9, Feb. 1912, Auxvasse, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF NED HOLT (S46) AND FLORENCE FRY. 

(1306) i Miss Holt. 

(1307) ii Miss Holt. 

CHILDREN OF HAROLD BLACK (S47> AND . 

(130S) i Mary Jane Black, b Roswell, X. M. 

CHILDREN OF BESSIE POLLARD (S50) AND RALPH HAMMEL. 

(1309^ i Hammel; Kansas City. Mo 

(1310) ii Hammel. 

(1311) iii Hammel. 

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CHILDREN OF WALTER W. HENDERSON (869) AND LOTTIE TEL- 

KEMPER. 

(1312) i Lawrence Henderson, b 1910; d 24, Aug. 1914. 

CHILDREN OF ANDREW HENDERSON (874) AND LYDIA LEWIS. 

(1313) i Hal Lewis Henderson, b 22, Sept. 1913. 
CHILDREN OF VIRGINIA BERRY (885) AND JOSEPH SCHOLL. 

(1314) i James Sclioll, b Callaway Co., Mo.; res. Granville, N. D. 

(1315) ii Kyle Scholl ; unm; blacksmith, AuxVasse, Mo. 

(1316) iii Harry Scholl; unm; Younger, Mo. 

(1317) iv Frank Scholl; unm; Younger, Mo. 

(1318) v John Scholl; unm. 

(1319) vi Xolley Scholl; mini; Centralia, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF MISS BERRY (886) AND MR. HARRIS. 

(1320) i (Miss) Harris; educated, Faribault, Minn.; res. . 

(1321) ii Harris. 

CHILDREN OF JULIA E. HART (890) AND WM. FRAZIER NESBIT. 

(1322) i Hart Nesbit; unm; Pomona, Calif. 

(1323) ii Robert Nesbit; unm. 

(1324) iii Mary Nesbit; unm; Pomona, Calif. 

(1325) iv Estelle Nesbit. 

(1326) v William F. Nesbit; unm. 

(1327) vi Gordon Nesbit. 

(1328) vii Martha Nesbit. 
(1329 viii (Infant) ; des. 

(1330-32) (Triplets); dec. (d ab 1903-5). 

CHILDREN OF NANNIE M. HART (891) AND A. WM. BARTLETT. 

(1333) i Mary Jeannette Bartlett, b 1, May 1892; unm; Gault, 
Colorado. 

(1334) ii William Park Bartlett, b 20, Aug. 1895; unm. 

(1335) iii Helen Hart Bartlett, b 13, Feb. 1897; unm; Gault, Colo. 

(1336) iv Augustus William Bartlett, Jr., b 12, March 1901. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA B. HART. (892) AND N. NESBIT ROBNETT. 

(1337) i Estelle Nesbit Robnett, b 17, Sept. 1904; St. Louis, Mo. 

(1338) ii Noah Hart Robnett, b 27, Oct. 1909. 

(1339) iii Robert Sidney Robnett, b 7, Aug. 191 1. 

CHILDREN OF B. LESLIE HART (894) AND LULA A. BEEDY. 

(1340) i John Beedy Hart, b 22, Sept. 1899; d 17, Aug. 1914. 

103 



(1341) ii Nelle Virginia Hart, b 16, April 1902; Windsor, Mo. 
(1342 iii Creighton Carlton Hart, b 22, Feb. 1906; Windsor, Mo. 

(1343) iv Annette Victoria Hart, b 24, Aug. 1907. 

(1344) v Benjamin Leslie Hart, Jr.; b 18, July 1910. 

CHILDREN OF LILLIAN McINTIRE (906) AND J. E. GRINSTEAD. 

(1345) i Raymond Grinstead. 

(1346) ii Francis Grinstead. 

CHILDREN OF RAY OAKES (910) AND ALICE WARNER. 

(1347) i Lucile Oakes, b 6, Dec. 1908. 

(1348) ii Merle Oakes, b 30, Nov. 1911. 

CHILDREN OF MARVIN OAKES (911) AND MAISY CARTER. 

(1349) i Carter Oakes, b 10, Dec. 1912. 

(1350) ii Imogene Oakes,. b Oct. 1913. 

CHILDREN OF MAUDE OAKES (912) AND OLLIE BRADLEY. 

(1351) i Raymond Bradley, b 3, May 1911. 

(1352) ii Helen Bradley, b Dec. 1914. 

CHILDREN OF SARA E. WALDEN (934) AND LOUIS H. HALL. 

(1353) i Ursula Hall, b 29, July 1872; m 22, Feb. 1899, Edward S. 
Lauderdale. 

(1354) ii Infant son, b 16, Nov. 1874; d 2, Feb. 1875. 

CHILREN OF MARY E. WALDEN (936) AND JAMES S. CLARKSON. 

(1355) i Chester Young Clarkson, b 29, May 1877; d 23, June 
1877. 

(1356) ii Clara May Clarkson, b 6, Nov. 1878; d 25, Aug. 1879. 

(1357) iii James Lewis Clarkson, b 20, May 1880; m 22, June 
1904, Sinah Beal Red Porter; Dallas, Texas. 

(1358) iv Hattie Miller Clarkson, b 29, June 1882; d 27, Oct. 1887. 

(1359) v Chas. Walden Clarkson, b 19, Aug. 1887 ; m 6,. Oct. 1909, 
Modenia Henderson; Ft. Worth, Texas. 

(1360) iv John Turner Clarkson, b 13, June 1891; m Sept. 1911, 
Beatrice Killinger; Ft. Worth, Texas. 

(1361) v Mary Ellen Clarkson, b 30, May 1894; unm; Ft. Worth, 
Texas. 

CHILDREN OF DELITHA D. WALDEN (939) AND WM. T. FAKER. 

(1362) i Clara Faker, b 30, Jan. 1882; m 21, Dec. ; Pey- 
ton Law Campbell, M. D. 

(1363) ii Mary Faker, b 28, Feb. 1884; d 9, Sept. 1889. 

104 



(1364) iii William Faker, b 15, May 1889; unm; res Dallas, Texas. 

(1365) iv Chesterfield Faker, b 27, June 1889; d 27, June 1889. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. J. WALDEN (941) AND BETTIE TEDFORD. 

(1366) i Ruby Lee Walden, b 25, March 1893; unm; Independ- 
ence, Mo. 

(1367) ii Anna Florence Walden, b 26, May 1895; unm. 

(1368) iii Dollie Estella Walden,. b 14, 1897. 

(1369) iv Jessie Eola Walden, b 2, Sept. 1901; d 4, Feb. 1911. 

(1370) v Robert Tedford Walden, b 8, June 1904; Independence, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF ANNIE WALDEN (943) AND OTTO MOELLER. 

(1371) i Carl Moeller, b 17, April 1893; unm. 
CHILDREN OF ALVA WALDEN (944) AND A. B. RUBEY. 

(1372) i William Rubey, b 19, Dec. 1898; res. Moberly, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF HERBERT WALDEN (945) AND JULIA HARTMAN. 

(1373) i Pauline Walden, b 30, Nov. 1900. 

(1374) ii George W. Walden, b 22, Feb. 1903. 

CHILDREN OF ALBERTA BENSON (946) AND WALTER G. KLINE. 

(1375) i Lawton Brain Kilne, b 13, 1904; Elko, Nev. 

(1376) ii Walden G. Kline, b 28,. Aug. 1906. 

(1377) iii Aubrey Kline, b 29, Oct. 1908; Elko, Nevada. 

CHILDREN OF JENNIE WARFORD (954) AND G. B. HAGGARD. 

(1378) i Glen H. Haggard, b 24, Oct. 1880; m 3, July 1904, Tessie 
Cox; Adrain, Mo. 

(1379) ii Fern B. Haggard, b 18, May 1882; m 8, Sept. 1901, Fred- 
erick U. Miller (1453) ; Kansas City, Mo. ( ?) 

CHILDREN OF ANNIE WARFORD (955) AND JOHN H. TUCKER. 

(1380) i Ora L. Tucker, b 18, March 1881; unm; Helena, Mont, 

(1381) ii Carl G. Tucker, b 26, Jan. 1885; Helena, Mont. 

(1382) iii Ina W. Tucker, b 6, March 1889; unm. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID H. WARFORD (956) AND MARY S. WILLS. 

(1383) i Alpha Lee Warford, b 9, Sept. 1905; Adrain, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID BALDRIDGE (959) AND JENNIE FERGUSON. 

(1384) i Kenneth F. Baldridge, b 25, May 1886; editorial work; 
Bloomfield, la. 

105 



CHILDREN OF W. L. BALDRIDGE (960) AND ALICE J. CARSON. 

(1385) i Ira C. Baldridge, b 12, June 1882; m Estella Evans; mer- 
chant, Bloomfield, la. 

(1386) ii Edward W. Baldridge, b 27, July 1885; Bloomfield, Iowa. 

(1387) iii Joseph Baldridge, b 2, Oct. 1889; unm. 

CHILDREN OP DAVID WARFORD (965) AND ELIZABETH BROCK. 

(1388) i Mabel Baldridge Warford, b 13,. Jan. 1882; d 16, July 
1883. 

(1389) ii Herbert Cook Warford, b 15, Sept. 1883; Sulphur 
Springs, Ark. 

(1390) iii Helen Ethel Warford, b 4, Jan. 1885; unm. 

(1391) iv Winnie Belle Warford, b 5, Jan. 1888; unm. 

(1392) v Nelle A. Warford, b 26, Aug. 1890; unm. 

CHILDREN OF LOUIS A. WARFORD (966) AND MARY BROCK. 

(1393) i Frances Myrtle Warford, b 16, April 1886; d 22, Oct. 
1892. 

(1394) ii Forrest Josephine Warford, b 1, April 1891; d 12, Oct. 
1892. 

(1395) iii Violet Fern Warford, b 1, Dec. 1892; unm; Hartshorn, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF LOUIS A. WARFORD (966) AND NANNIE MOWRY. 

(1396) i Edith Maude Warford, b 15, Feb. 1901; Hartshorn, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF CLEMENT V. WARFORD (967) AND KATIE M. PORTER. 

(1397) i Golden Warford, b 10, Jan. 1888; unm; res Holden, Okla. 

(1398) ii David Porter Warford, b May 1898; unm. 

CHILDREN OF WM. O. WARFORD (969) AND MARY G. SCOTT. 

(1399) i Kershner Clark Scott Warford, b 29, June 1898; Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN D. WARFORD (970) AND CATHERINE RICH- 
ARDSON. 

(1400) i Joseph Richardson Warford, b 15, July 1900; Dallas, 
Texas. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. WARFORD (972) AND LILLIAN COUNZILMAN. 

(1401) i Lula May Warford, b 23, Dec. 1903; Hardy, Neb. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. M. McCLURE (974) AND MARY E. BOWMAN. 

(1402) i Laura Mao McClure, b 3, Sept. 1887; unm; Hannibal, Mo. 

106 



CHILDREN OF ODA MAE McCLURE (976) AND EDWIN E. SMITH. 
(1403) i Robert Smith, b 30, Dec. 1899; Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHILREN OF WALTER HENDERSON (980) AND MINNIE NOLL. 
(1401) i Joseph Noll Henderson, b 14, Sept. 1914; Glasgow, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF HAY DEN HENDERSON (981) AND BELLE DEWAR. 

(1405) i Orne Henderson, b 22, Dee. 1905; res. Elko, Nevada. 

(1406) ii Hayden Dewar Henderson, b 13, April 1913; Elko, Nev. 

CHILDREN OF MARTHA COONS (1009) AND M1LFORD DOOM PILE. 

(1407) i Infant dau. ; b 9, Oct. 1877; d 19, Oct. 1877; Callaway, 
Nebraska. 

(1408) ii Thomas Mason Pile, b 5,, April 1879; farmer, Callaway. 

(1409) iii James William Pile, b 12, May 1881; carpenter. 

(1410) iv John Ellison Pile, b 21, Sept. 1883; painter, Callaway. 

(1411) v Nerva Ellen Pile, b 5, Oct. 1887; unm. 

(1412) vi George Ernest Pile, b 12, Aug. 1891; unm. 

(1413) vii Frankie Milford Pile, b 7, April 1894; d 7, Aug. 1894. 

(1414) viii Oscar Edward Pile, b 5, Aug. 1897; d 5, Dec. 1897. 

CHILDREN OF M. JANE COONS (1010) AND WM. H. BYBEE. 

(1415) i Lucy Jane Bybee, b 17, Nov. 1882, Etna, Neb.; m Wilber 
Frank Newman; res. Table,. Neb. 

(1416) ii Oran Wm. Bybee, b 3, Feb. 1887; Etna, Neb. 

(1417) iii Frances M. Bybee, b 5, Aug. 1888; unm; Etna, Neb. 

(1418) iv Idress Ellen Bybee, b 31, Dec. 1890; unm. 

(1419) v Eva May Bybee, b 16, May 1896; unm; Etna, Neb. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HOCKERSMITH (1015) AND MARGARET JONES. 

(1420) i Aryie Hockersmith, b 12, March 1882; unm; Catalpa, 
Kansas. 

(1421) ii Christian E. Hockersmith, b 5, Aug. 1883; Catalpa, Kan. 

(1422) iii Sarah J. Hockersmith, b 10, April 1886; m 21, Dec. 
1904, Emil T. Lewis. 

(1423) iv Nora E. Hockersmith, b 29, March 1888; unm; Catalpa, 
Kansas. 

(1424) v Rena B. Hockersmith, b 29, March 1890; unm. 

(1425) vi Emma R. Hockersmith, b 15, Oct. 1893; unm. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY HOCKERSMITH (1017) AND W. W. McCONNELL. 

(1426) i Albert B. McConnell, b 3, March 1884; d in infancy. 

(1427) ii Ross B. McConnell, b 4, March 1885; d in infancy. 

107 



(,141:6,) iii Cora Jane McConnell, b 13, July 1886; unm; Drakes- 
ville, la. 

(1429) iv Pearl B. McConnell, b 13,. July 1888 ; d in infancy. 

(1430) v Aimnie Lurilda McConnell, b 27, March 1890; unni. 

(1431) vi Nellie Belle McConnell, b 31, Jan. 1893; res. Drakes- 
ville, Iowa. 

(1432) vii Carl Labu McConnell, b 21, July 1895. 

(1433) viii Lucy Ann McConnell, b 20, Feb. 1899. 

CHILDREN OF MARGARET FROCK (1020) AND PETER WILCOX. 

(1434) i Nelle Wilcox; Illinois. 

(1435) ii Earl Wilcox. 

CHILDREN OF JAS. T. HOCKERSMITH (1025) AND IVY B. MINEAR. 

(1436) i Gladys Lucile Hockersmith, b 27, Dec. 1898; d 25, Feb. 
1899. 

(1437) ii Verna Larne Hockersmith, b 23, Jan. 1900; Browning, 
Montana. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN ALEX. HOCKERSMITH (1026) AND WINIFRED 

BRIDGEMAN. 

(1438) i Marjorie Hockersmith, b 26, Aug. 1903; Chamerlain, S. D. 
CHILDREN OF JOHN WM. COONS (1028) AND CARRIE NOLTE. 

(1439) i William Mason Coons, b 25, Jan. 1899; d 15, Dec. 1901. 

(1440) ii Helen Leone Coons, b 15, Nov. 1901; d 5, July 1902, Can- 
ton, Kan. 

(1441) iii Roscoe F. Coons, b 13, Nov. 1902; Miami, Okla. 

(1442) iv Arnold Bruce Coons, b 5, Jan. 1904; Canton, Kan. 

CHILDREN OF MINERVA COONS (1030) AND FRANK WHEELER. 

(1443) i Zelia M. Wheeler,, b 25, April 1898; Liberal, Kan. 

(1444) ii Lyle W. Wheeler, b 19, Aug. 1899. 

(1445) iii Zila B. Wheeler, b 15, Feb. 1901. 

(1446) iv Lynne Wheeler, b 21, Jan. 1903; Canton, Kan. 

(1447) v Ethel lone Wheeler, b 21, Aug. 1904. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD P. COONS (1031) AND MABEL D. COOK. 

(1448) i Harold Mason Coons, b 6, A g. 1897; Canton, Kan. 

(1449) ii Robert Andrew Coons, b 1, Oct. 1900; d 19, Aug. 1903. 

(1450) iii Delta Florence Coons, b 15, March 1902; d 12, Aug. 
1903. 



108 



CHILDREN OF ROBT. P. COONS (1032) AND BERTHA BUCKMAN. 

(1451) i Velraa Roberta Coons, b 26, Jan. 1904; Parsons, Kan. 
CHILDREN OF IDA J. HOCKERSMITH (1041) AND ELMER D. ISHAM. 

(1452) i Edna May Idham, b 7, June 1892; iinm; Des Moines, la. 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH M. MILLER (1048) AND ALICE LUNDY. 

(1453) i Frederick U. Miller, b 2, April 1880; m 8,. Sept. 1901, 
Fern B. Haggard (1379), b May 1882; res. Kansas City, 
Missouri. 

(1454) ii Lorin Bassil Miller, b 25, Jan. 1882 ; d 20, Aug. 1882. 

(1455) iii Infant dau. ; b 25, Dec. 1883; d Dec. 1883. 

(1456) iv Elsie Miller, b 7, Nov. 1884; unm; res. Pittsville, Mo. 

(1457) v Infant son; b 1, Jan. 1887; d 3, March 1887. 

(1458) vi Infant son; b 26, July 1889; d 2, Sept. 1889. 

(1459) vii Infant son; b 12, Dec. 1893; d 12, April 1894. 

(1460) viii Infant son; b 7, March 1900; d 8, March 1900. 

(1461) ix Edwin Lundy Miller, b 25, May 1901; Pittsville, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF DR. SAM'L. P. MILLER (1049) AND DORA B. WHITE. 

(1462) i Elmer Arthur Miller, b 18, Nov. 1880 ; d 21, Feb. 1891. 

(1463) ii Lillian Fern Miller, b 26, July 1886; d 27, Jan. 1887. 

(1464) iii Lottie Florena Miller, b 26, July 1888 ; unm ; Macon, Mo. 

(1465) iv Porter Omer Miller, b 15, Sept. 1890; d 22, Sept. 1892. 

(1466) v William Harold Miller, b 1, July 1893; res. Macon, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF DR. WM. H. MILLER (1050) AND MARY STEPHENS. 

(1467) i Howard Stephens Miller, b 3, Aug. 1896; Macon, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF MARY M. MILLER (1051) AND JOSEPH P. MARTIN. 

(1468) i Dolpha Lee Martin, b 17, March 1879; m Jan. 1904, Car- 
rie Luetta Forman, b 24, Jan. 1885 ; res. Pawnee, Okla. 

(1469) ii John Maston Martin, b 28, Feb. 1881 ; m 3, March 1901, 
Gussie May Young, b 24, Jan. 1885 ; Oklahoma. 

(1470) iii Algernon Fain Martin, b 13, Aug. 1887; Pawnee, Okla. 

(1471) iv Clarence Craig Martin, b 7, 24, Oct. 1882 ; Pawnee, Okla. 

(1472) v Annie Marie Martin, b 7, Dec. 1899; unm; Pawnee, Okla. 

CHILDREN OF JULIA A. MILLER (1052) AND JAMES A. WHITSELL. 

(1473) i Mary Margaret Whitsell, b 22, July 1900; Holden, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF JOHN O. MILLER (1053) AND SALLIE M. WHITSELL. 

(1474) i Art Francis Miller, b 8, July 1893; unm; Boulder, Colo. 

109 



(1475) ii Edgar Gordon Miller, b 25, Aug. 1898; d 22, Jan. 1901. 

(1476) iii Leroy Herbert Miller, b 5, March 1902; res. Boulder, 
Colorado. 

(1476 1-2) iv Vera Jean Miller, b 24, Aug. 1903. 

CHILDREN OP WM. H. DAVIS (1055) AND ALICE BERRY. 

(1477) i Alyne Davis, b Dec. 1892. 

(1478) ii Infant; dec. 

(1479) iii Infant; dec. 

CHILDREN OF CHAS. A. NORMAN (1056) AND DORRIS CUMMINS. 

(1480) i William Douglas Norman, b 15, — 1905; res. Denver Colo. 
CHILDREN OF JAMES P. NORMAN (1057) AND MAYME SHEDRICK. 

(1481) i Daisy Alyne Norman, b 29, Dec. 1901; res. Metz, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF MARY C. COOK (1059) AND JOHN KING. 

(1482) i Roy E. King, b 12, Sept. 1892. 

(1483) ii Chet F. King, b 18, May 1894. 

(1484) iii Gusta King,, b 4, May 1896. 

(1485) iv Lester King, b 24, Nov. 1900. 

(1486) v Janie V. King, b 8, Jan. 1901. 

CHILDREN OP ALBERTA L. MILLER (1060) AND ESSIE BISHOP. 

(1487) i Clell Miller, b 2, Sept. 1895; d in infancy. 

(1488) ii Neal B. Miller, b 18, Oct, 1896; una 

(1489) iii Pinast D. Miller, b 17, Dec. 1899. 

(1490) iv Charles H. Miller, b 19, Sept. 1901. 

(1491) v Lewis C. Miller, b 7, Aug. 1903. 

CHILDREN OP LAURA B. MILLER (1061) AND FRANK BONE. 

(1492) i Carl Otis Bone, b 30, April 1894. 
(1493 ii Kenneth O. Bone, b 10, June 1897. 
(1494 iii Orval Thomas Bone, b 12, Nov. 1898. 

CHILDREN OF JENNIE MILLER (1062) AND JOHN BROWN. 

(1495) i Emmett Brown, b 11, Nov. 1894. 

(1496) ii Verdia Brown, b 8, March 1899. 

(1497) iii Ralph Brown, b 1, Jan. 1902. 

CHILDREN OP CALLIE MILLER (1063) AND ALVA ANDERSON. 

(1498) i Ernest W. Anderson, b 16, April 1900. 

(1499) ii Gladys May Anderson, b 27, Aug. 1901. 

(1500) iii Phyllis Anderson, b 12, March 1904. 

110 



CHILDREN OF CARRIE MILLER (1070) AND PRANK BARTLETT. 

(1501) i Roy Bartlett, b 18, May 1902. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPHINE MARTIN (1081) AND JACOB R. YEISLEY. 

(1502) i Cecil Ivan Yeisley, b 12, Feb. 1895; Mt. Vernon, Mo. 
CHILDREN OF CORDELIA A. MARTIN (1083) AND FRANK T. . 

(1503) i Louise Flossey ; b 5, April 1903; Boicourt, Kan. 

(1504) ii Harry Leonard ; b 25, Sept. 1905; Boicourt, Kan. 

CHILDREN OP ALMAN L. McCALL (1089) AND LYDIA THEIRFELDER. 

(1505) i Charles fm. McCall, b 21, June 1903; New Franklin. 

(1506) ii Claude Eugene McCall, b 2, Feb. 1905. 

(1507) iii Arthur A. McCall, b 11, Jan. 1907, New Franklin, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF LULA B. McCALL (1090) AND CHAS. M. HAYNES. 

(1508) i Edward Noble Haynes, b 11, Dec. 1901; Moberly, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF CORA B. MISSMAN (1101) AND PERRY CORRELL. 

(1509) i Hazel Eugene Correll, b 23, March 1890; unm. 
CHILDREN OF DR. J. P. HENDERSON (1103) AND FLORENCE BOTTS. 

(1510) i James William Henderson, b 8, Aug. 1904; Kansas City, 
Missouri. 

CHILDREN OF SARA W. NORVELL (1115) AND E. M. B. SMITH. 

(1511) i Infant son, b 5, Dec. 1892; d Missouri. 

(1512) ii Infant son, (twin to No. 1511) ; died Missouri. 

(1513) iii Erma Irene Smith, b 10, July 1896, Missouri; res. Brum- 
baugh, N. D. 

(1514) iv Loy Fay Smith, b 27, March 1894, Missouri. 

(1515) v Infant son, b 8 Dec. 1898, Missouri; dec. 

(1516) vi Ocran Day Smith, b 10, Sept, 1900, Brumbaugh, N. D. 

(1517) vii Cecil Smith, b 26, Feb. 1904, Brumbaugh, N. D. 

CHILDREN OF AMANDA PITTMAN (1118) AND BIRAM WARREN. 

(1518) i Emmett Warren, b 21, July 1887. 

(1519) ii Naomi William Warren, b 30, June 1890. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM E. SHEPHERD (1119) AND NANCY E. KING. 

(1520) i Charles R. Shepherd, b 28, Dec. 1892. 

(1521) ii Cecil H. Shepherd, b 8, Sept. 1894; d 26, Nov. 1894. 

(1522) iii Christian E. Shepherd, b 28, Feb. 1896. 

(1523) iv Martha E. Shepherd, b 11, Sept. 1898; unm. 

Ill 



(1524) v Celia A. Shepherd, b 21, March 1900. 

CHILDREN OF THOS. A. SHEPHERD (1120) AND ELEANOR RICH- 
ARDSON. 

(1525) i Ruth Shepherd, b 8, Aug. 1897; unm. 

(1526) ii Absalom David Shepherd, b 31, May 1899. 

(1527) iii Wayne Allen Shepherd, b 23, May 1901. 

(1528) iv Joel T. Shepherd, b 2, April 1903. 

(1529) v Gerald I. Shepherd, (twin to No. 1528). 

CHILDREN OF NAOMI J. KING (1124) AND HERBERT H. PHILLIPS. 

(1530) i Eldon Emmerson Phillips, b 17, April 1904. 
CHILDREN OF SARA HENDERSON (1127) AND DR. CLAUDE W. WEST. 

(1531) i Catherine West. 

CHILREN OF MABEL McMURTRY (1179) AND EVERETT THOMPSON. 

(1532) i Mildred Thompson; Marshall, Indiana. 

(1533) ii Carroll Thompson. 

(1534) iii Thompson. 

CHILDREN OF STELLA HERRING (1220) AND EDGAR MOSELY. 

(1535) i Mary (Molly) Mosely, b 10, Nov. 1898. 

(1536) ii Claude Mosely, b 13, Feb. 1900. 

(1537) iii Jessie Mosely, b 27, March 1906. 

CHILDREN OF FOREST HANCE (1553) AND . 



(1556) i Charles Hance, Jr.; res. Hollywood, Calif. 

(1557) ii Hance. 

CHILDREN OF NELLIE HENDERSON (1260) AND F. W. EDMONSON. 

(1538) i Martha Edmonson, b 1, June 1911; Brookville, Pa. 

(1539) ii Frederick W. Edmonson, Jr., b 13, June 1914. 

CHILDREN OF MAY WOODBURN (1266) AND W. HOWLAND. 

(1540) i Oliver Howland. 

NINTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN OF SARA AMELIA CAMP (1289) AND WM. PERCY TUCKER. 

(1541) i Mary Hinton Tucker, b 1912; Fulton, Mo. 

(1542) ii William Camp Tucker, b 1, June 1914; Fulton, Mo. 



112 



CHILDREN OF CLARA FAKER (1362) AND DR. PEYTON L. CAMPBELL. 

(1543) i William Edwin Campbell, b 11, Aug. 1911. 

(1544) ii Peyton Law Campbell, b 18, Jan. 1912. 

CHILDREN OF LUCY JANE BYBEE (1415) AND WILBER F. NEWMAN. 

(1545) i Elva Idress Newman, b 26, June 1904; res. Table, Neb. 
CHILDREN OF SARA J. HOCKERSMITH (1422) AND EMIL T. LEWIS. 

(1546) i Theodore Emanuel Lewis, b 3, Dec. 1905; Catalpa, Kan. 
CHILDREN OF JOHN M. MARTIN (1469) AND GUSSIE M. YOUNG. 

(1547) i Ray F. Martin, b 18, May 1902; Oklahoma. 

(1548) ii Myrtle Martin, b 24, May 1904. 



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<I Colonial records of different states and counties, 
family papers, state histories- and biographies will 
be examined for any who wish to have their ances- 
try traced. 

^ Fee for research work moderate. 

1& I have Colonial data of hundreds of families, with 
heraldic descriptions of their coats of arms. Type- 
written copies furnished at nominal price. The list 
of these genealogies forwarded for self-addressed 
stamped envelope. 

^ All enquiries will be answered personally if a stamp 
is enclosed. 

Address 

MISS FRANCES M. SMITH 
Chappaqua, Westchester Co., Af.Y. 



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