North Carolina, USA
Malcolm was the son of Captain John and Nancy Newman Henry, early settlers of Haywood County. Born in Virginia, he and his brother Lorenzo Henry emigrated to York County, SC probably along with their paternal grandparents and other family members. After making their home there for awhile, they married. Malcolm married Mrs. Nancy Agnes Smith Moore, reportedly the widow of Dr. Josiah Moore whose daughter, Melinda, who married Lorenzo Henry. Shortly after becoming established in York County, both Lorenzo and Malcolm, with their families, moved to Haywood County, NC, to join their parents. Malcolm and Lorenzo located in what afterwards was known as Ivy Hill township.
Malcolm and Agnes reared a family of five boys and five girls in addition to her daughter Melinda: Harriett May (1810-1864); John Albert (1819-18830) married Mary Harris; Randolph Newman Henry (1826-1889) married Lorena Patience Lowery of Sandy Mush, Buncombe County, NC and had about seven children; Mejamin or Mijamin Stanhope (1814-1850) married Rachel Aveline Penland; Lucinda (1814-1862)married David Daniel Allison; Elizabeth "Eliza" Jane (1817-1884)married first to Jefferson J. Jaynes and second to Jeremiah Vickers; William L. (1821-1861); Aldolphus S. (1823-1892)married Alice "Alcy" Elizabeth Evans; Nancy Aveline (1828-1860)married James Lafayette Moody; and Sophia (1831-1901)married Justin Sherrill and Abraham McElroy.
John Henry (1757 - 1833)
Nancy Newman Henry (1757 - ____)
Nancy Agnes Smith Henry (1787 - ____)*
Nancy Aveline Henry Moody (1828 - 1860)*
Sophia Henry McElroy (1829 - 1915)*
Malcolm Henry (1783 - 1849)
Lorenzo Newton Henry (1800 - 1868)*
John William Henry (1801 - 1857)**
John Henry Cemetery
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Frances Rogers
Record added: Sep 30, 2011
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