|Birth: ||Oct. 14, 1867|
|Death: ||Oct. 16, 1897|
4 th daughter of Ebenizer and Martha (Hockman) Carruthers. Annie moved with her family to Texas in the early 1880's. She married James Gregg Henderson (July 24, 1855-Aug. 31, 1921) on Dec. 28, 1883 in Fort Worth. James was born in Scotland and was naturalized in 1892. He was a stone-cutter and contractor who owned his own stone yard, from which he built many of the old buildings and houses in Fort Worth, which included St. Patrick's Catholic Cathedral.
Annie died on Oct. 16, 1897 @ 6:15PM after three weeks illness of brain fever resulting from an attack of Dengue (or Break Bone) Fever. She was burried in the Henderson Plot in Oakwood Cemetery. She was a Presbyterian.
1) Charles Henderson (1884-1884) (Jaundice)
2) (Baby) Henderson (1886-1886) (Still born)
3) Annie Elizabeth Henderson (1890-1957)
4) Carrie Henderson (1891-1892) Died Dec. 1.
5) Albert Carruthers Henderson (1893-1967)
6) Walter Howard Henderson (1895-1970)
Walter Howard Henderson (1895 - 1970)*
Created by: Dennis Hockman
Record added: Sep 08, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15665948
So sad! I don't know what "brain fever" was but you must have suffered. Rest with your family, dear. God bless...|
Added: Apr. 29, 2009
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