|Birth: ||Jan. 16, 1878|
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 24, 1973|
Anna Belle was born in Washington, D.C., 16 January 1878 to Thomas M. & Emma J. Carpenter. She had two older brothers, William Stewart Carpenter and Samuel Thomas Carpenter. In 1880, the family was living in Washington, District of Columbia. Her father is listed as age 37, born in Ohio, working as a clerk for the Treasury Department. Her mother was age 27, born in Virginia, Keeping House.
Anna married Charles H. Henney, in Washington, D.C., 23 October 1901. They were married by a minister, Geo. E. Maydwell. This was the first marriage for both of them.
In 1910, on the Federal Census for Washington, D.C., they are listed as Charles H. Henney, age 44, born in Indiana, and Anna B. Henney, age 32, born in District of Columbia. Anna's mother, a widow, is living with them. Charles is a clerk in the PO Dept.
A 1914 City Directory for Portland, Oregon, shows Chas H. Henney and wife Anna B. They are living on E. Ash street and Charles is working for the US Customs Department. Further census years and Portland city directories show Anna is a musician, and that she teaches at Irvington School.
Two short articles in the Oregonian Newspaper, mentioned Anna Belle Henney. The first, 18 October 1939, mentioned a P.T.A. meeting of the Irvington Association, and that Anna was in charge of the music by the girl's glee club. In the second article, 24 April 1940, Anna was part of a trio that sang on Sunday at the Grace Memorial Episcopal church.
Anna Belle Henney died in Ventura County, California, 15 June 1973. The SSDI shows the last residence as Ojai. She is buried in an older part of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, in the Sunset section, Lot 215, Grave 5, next to her mother and her husband.
Emma J C Carpenter (1852 - 1925)
Charles H. Henney (1866 - 1938)*
Lincoln Memorial Park
Plot: Section: Sunset, Lot: 215, Grave: 5
Created by: Jan Fenter
Record added: Aug 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96023097