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Re: looking for Robert John Henry
Posted by: Roger Murray (ID *****8372) Date: February 08, 2009 at 14:47:34
In Reply to: looking for Robert John Henry by Michael Henry of 1154

Not sure how this fits.

Obit - 4 Oct 1940 - Indiana Evening Gazette

Mrs. Laura Belle Henry, of Clymer, R.D.;

Mrs. Laura Belle (Owens) Henry, wife of R. J. Henry, of Clymer R.D. 2, died in the Indiana Hospital yesterday at 10:30 a.m. She had lived at her late address for the past seven years. Previous to that she had lived in Blacklick township for 20 years after having lived in Cherryhill Township during early life, where she was born May 11, 1895. She was formerly a member of the Evangelical Friendship Chapel of Porterfield.

Surviving are her husband, her mother, Mrs. Ida Owens; four sons, Harry H. Henry; Ira E. and Walton W., both of New Kensington, and George R., at home; six daughters, Mrs. Ethel F. Liggett, Fayette City; Mrs. Hazel A. Spires, Blairsville; Mrs. Dorothy E. Sharp, Perkinsville, Va.; Misses Goldie B., H. Ruth and C. Mary, all at home; 15 grandchildren. Two sons, Johnson M. and Tracey E., preceded their mother in death.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. at the Robinson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends will be received after 7 p.m. today. The Rev. Clarence M. Bennett and the Rev. T. F. Sexton will officiate.

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