|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1938|
The Oregonian, September 2, 1938, Funeral Notice.
"HENNEY--Sept. 1, Charles H. Henney, late of 4054 S. E. Ash, beloved husband of Anna Bell Henney. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Friday at 3 P. M., at the Conservatory Chapel of A. J. Rose & Son, S. E. 6th and Alder, Lincoln Memorial Park."
The Oregonian, September 2, 1938. page 24. Obituary:
"CHARLES H. HENNEY
Last rites for Charles H. Henney, 72, for many years in government service, will be held at 3 P. M. today from the Rose City Undertaking parlors. Death occurred Wednesday after a prolonged illness.
He retired from the customs service about a year ago, shortly after arriving here from a Washington, D. C. post. Active in lodge circles, he was a member of the Al Kader band and of the Chanters. He is survived by his widow, Anna Belle Henney."
Charles H. Henney and Anna Belle Carpenter were married in Washington, D.C., 23 October 1901, by a minister, Geo. E. Maydwell.
On the 1910 Federal Census, Charles and Anna are living in Washington, D.C., and Anna's mother, Emma J. Carpenter, is listed in the household. The census also shows they have been married for 8 years, Charles is age 44, born in Indiana, and Anna is age 32, born in District of Columbia.
A Portland City Directory for 1914 shows Charles and Anna are in Portland, Oregon. They are living on East Ash street and he is working for the US Customs department. They continued to live on this street up to when Charles died in 1938, and then the 1940 census shows Anna still living there.
Charles is buried next to his wife, in an older section of the Lincoln Memorial Park cemetery called Sunset, lot 215, grave 6.
Anna Belle Carpenter Henney (1878 - 1973)
Lincoln Memorial Park
Plot: Section: Sunset, Lot: 215, Grave: 6
Created by: Jan Fenter
Record added: Aug 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96032064