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Eva E. & Henry T. HENDERSON of Cobb & Fulton Counties
Posted by: Margie (ID *****8132) Date: April 27, 2005 at 00:08:43
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Seeking information on this Georgia family.

From census records:

Susan A. HENDERSON, b. abt. 1848 in GA.
Daughter of George W. HENDERSON and Mary SMITH of Cobb County, GA

Children of Susan A. HENDERSON:

1. Henry T. HENDERSON, b. Feb 1869 in GA, married 5 Mar 1893 Stella C. BRYANT

2. Sarah Frances HENDERSON, b. Nov 1873 in GA, married Jessie D. ASTIN

Children of Henry T. HENDERSON and Stella C. BRYANT:

1. Eva E. HENDERSON, b. abt. 1896 in GA

2. Henry T. HENDERSON, Jr., b. abt. 1903 in GA, married abt. 1923 Jewell.

Children of Henry T. HENDERSON, Jr. and Jewell:

1. James HENDERSON, b. abt. 1924 in GA

2. Jewell HENDERSON, b. abt. 1926 in GA

Eva E. and Henry T., Jr. resided in the Atlanta household of my newlywed grandparents in 1910 at ages 14 and 7 respectively, and were listed as "niece" and "nephew." My grandmother was a HENDERSON, as was my grandfather's mother. I've been unable to otherwise connect these children to either of my grandparents and would like very much to know the identity of their maternal grandfather, the husband of Susan A. HENDERSON.

Thanks to anyone who can help.


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