Death of Mrs. Cornlia V. Henry
Mrs. Cornelia V. Henry died at the residence of Mr. C.M. Meacham, Wednesday night, in the 86th year of her age.
The funeral services took place at the Baptist church yesterday at 2 o'clcock. The deceased was a lady of excellent character. She was devoted pious and strict in the observance of every Christian impulse. She lived to a ripe old age and was an honor to her sex. Those who have known her best will miss her most, while the entire community shares the sadness over the loss of so valuable a lady.
Hopkinsville New Era march 1887


Millidean Henry, 79, Princeton, died at 2 a.m. Tuesday at her home following a brief illness. Burial will be in the Cedar Hill Cemetery.
A native of Caldwell County she was born Oct. 9, 1918, the daughter of the late Charlie and Eva Ethridge Martin. She was a homemaker and a member of the Princeton Art Guild and the Caldwell County Homemakers. She was a member of Ogden Memorial United Methodist Church. Her husband, Jack Henry, died in 1990.
Survivors include three sons, Jack, Charles and Steve Henry, all of Princeton; three brothers, Glen and Bill E. Martin, both of Princeton; C.W. Martin, Danville; a sister, Viva Dale Anderson, St. Augustine, Fla,; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Kentucky New Era
Wednesday July 1, 1998


Clarksville - special Major Thomas F. Henry dropped dead today at 3 o'clcok. He was apparently in the vigor of health and his sudden demise was, of course, a sad shock to the family and the community. He had been complaining of billousness for several days, but was able to be up. No one but a servant was in the room at the time. He died of paralysis of the heart. He was about fifty years of age. Major Henry was the eldest son of Hon. G.A. Henry, the eagle orator of Tennessee.
He was an educated lawyer, though he did not practice his profession, rather devoting his time to his large farm at Glen Ellen, this county.
He married a Miss Barker, and was connected with the most influential families of this section. His death has cast a gloom over the homes of a large circle of friends.
Hokinsville New Era
Nov 1886

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