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  1. Charlie Thomas 1C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 19 JUL 1869. Death: 05 DEC 1892

  2. Lee O. 2C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 22 DEC 1872. Death: 1958

  3. Georgia 3C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 01 MAR 1874 in Kentucky. Death: 05 SEP 1962

  4. Nannie Joy 5C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 29 APR 1876. Death: 15 FEB 1923

  5. Warren Chasteen 'Teen' 4C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 29 OCT 1878 in Mershon's Bridge Community, Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 04 OCT 1944 in Cadiz, Trigg County, Kentucky

  6. Charles Alfred 'Charlie' 6C6C8F Hendricks: Birth: 18 JUL 1887.

1. Title:   xCunningham Family History
Author:   Marqua Jean Duncan
Publication:   Name: Copyright 2002 McClanahan Publishing House;
2. Title:   DC - Death Certificate
Author:   U.S. Government
3. Title:   Newspaper Clipping
Author:   Various

a. Note:   H682
Note:   * Obituary * Jailer Hendricks's Mother Dead Prominent Old Lady Passes Away At the Age of Seventy Six Paralyzed Three Years Ago And Had Been An Invalid Since Mrs. Missouria Hendrick, mother of Jailer Lee G. Hendrick, of this city died last Saturday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of her son W. C. Hendrick, six miles west of Cadiz. Mrs. Hendrick suffered a stroke of paralysis about three years ago and had not been well since . Since last fall her condition had been regarded as critical most of the time. She was taken for the worse about noon on the day of her death and died three hours later. Mrs. Hendrick was born in trig county seventy six years ago last September, and had lived all her life here. She was a daughter of Mickens Cunningham and was the last survivor of a family of nine children. After reaching young womanhood she was united in marriage to George Hendrick who has been dead a number of years and the following children survive: Lee O. Hendrick, � C. Hendrick, Mrs. Pinkney Boyd and Mrs. Arch Boyd. At the age of sixteen, Mrs. Hendrick united with the Baptist church and ever afterward lived a true follower of her Lord and Master. She was a splendid old lady, devoted to her family and friends and until over taken by declining health was always aiding and helping those in distress and need and many there who have been the recipients of so many deeds of loving kindness. The remains were buried Sunday afternoon at the old Hendrick burying ground near her home. (The Cadiz Record, February 7, 1920, Cadiz, Kentucky) is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.