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Re: Looking for Henry's from Emanuel Co.
Posted by: HERB (SONNY) BELL (ID *****4509) Date: September 09, 2009 at 13:54:17
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Henry's from Emanuel Co. by Steve Riner of 365

Tfhere has been no activity for eight years but I'll try anyway. I looking for a connection between Anne Henry and Andrew Jackson Davis. They were married prior to his completing a draft card in 6-5-1917. There were two children, Essie and Elsie. Her parents and siblings are listed along with her children in the 1920 Census of Greenville Country, South Carolina as follows:

Charley Henry 59
Josie Henry 45
Annie Davis 23
Sallie Henry 21
Herbert Henry 19
Essie Davis 7
Elsie Davis 5

The date of Andrew Jackson Davis' death is unknown but There was one more child born after the above census. A son named Andrew Jackson Davis in Jan 1921. Because or after the father's death, Anne Henry subsequently placed all three children up for adoption in Greenville County, South Carolina.

I have been unable to locate any information on the sisters since the 1920 census and adoption in 1923 except they were in the Girls Protective Bureau of Greenville, S.c.
The youngest (Son) was released to the Child Placing Bureau, State Board of Public Welfare, South Carolina on Dec 5, 1923 and placed in the home of John Henry Nance of South Carolina.

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