Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameHenry Henderson8
Birth24 Jun 1865, Hillwell, Dunrossness, Shetland, Scotland8,3198
Death6 Sep 1949, Cushing, Iowa3198
BurialMount Hope Cemetery, Battle Creek, Ida Co., Iowa
Birth21 Jun 1864, Washington, Washington Co., Iowa8
Death22 Oct 1939, Cushing, Iowa
BurialMount Hope Cemetery, Battle Creek, Ida Co., Iowa
FatherJosiah Condit , 6212 4 (1828-1895)
MotherLouisa Ann Scott (1835-1919)
Marriage25 Dec 1889, Battle Creek, Ida Co., Iowa8,3198
ChildrenMary Louisa , 6212 46:1 (1893-1984)
 Francis Josiah “Frank” , 6212 46:2 (1896-1948)
 Elsie Jane , 6212 46:3 (1898-1994)
 George Andrew , 6212 46:4 (1900-1962)
 Caroline Eva , 6212 46:5 (1902-1997)
 Henry Robert , 6212 46:6 (1904-1987)
 Margaret R. (Died as Child), 6212 46:7 (1907-1909)
 Howard Condit , 6212 46:8 (1908-1997)
 Clarence E. (Died as Child), 6212 46:9 (1909-1914)
Notes for Eva Ora (Spouse 1)
Eva Ora Condit Henderson – from the Ida Grove paper
Well-loved Woman Passes Away
The noble wife and mother lived in the community of Cushing for a half-century and her life ever stood for the noblest and purest things in life
Mrs. Henry Henderson Sr passes away in the Cushing hospital Sunday morning following an extended illness
Mrs. Henderson was born at Washington Iowa Jun 21 1864 and lived on the farm near Cushing for over 50 years
She is survived by her husband Henry, 3 daughters Mrs. Roy Beers of Correctionville, Mrs. Bert Elter of Ida Grove, and Mrs. Frank Peffer of Battle Cree 4 sons, Frank of Sioux City, George of Battle Creek, Henry Jr of Cushing and Howard of Correctionville, 23 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren
Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church in Battle Creek Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 PM with Rev Rumbaugh officiating
Interment was made in the Battle Creek cemetery under the direction of the Wilson Hull Service
Pallbearers were Charles Bruene, Theo Koplin, Otto Kukchel, John Juehl, William Morrice and William Baumann. The arrangements of the cars was made by E J Hofmeister, and Curtis Van Houten. Will Patterson drove the flower car and Mrs. Theo Kopplin and Mrs. William Morris were in charge of the flowers.3191
Last Modified 8 Mar 2011Created 16 Jan 2023 using Reunion for Macintosh
Created 16 Jan 2023 by David E. Condit with Reunion for the Macintosh

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