Notice: All pictures on this site are the property of the owner and administrator of this site and have been copyrighted. Please request permission to use any pictures on this site by using the contact space at the bottom of this page and give credits to the owner if used publicly. Some people have used the pictures on my site without my authorization and have given an incorrect history to accompany pictures that don't belong to them. The history given here is correct. There is another Robert Patrick Henry that was born in Missouri in the same year as our Robert P. Henry. (between 1829 and 1830) Our Robert Patrick Henry is definitely not the one who was buried in Oakley Cemetery, Benton County, Arkansas in 1909. Our Robert Patrick Henry's last known residence was in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. An obituary of the Robert Patrick Henry from Kentucky who is buried in the Oakley Cemetery published at the time of his death can be seen at arkansasgravestones.org .
John HENRY b: 24 DEC 1781 in , Botetourt Co., VA ~ d: between 1850 and 1860 Buried: Sevier Co., TN Spouse: Sarah ______ b. in Virginia 1785 d. about 1852 Sevier Co., TN
John Henry was in the 1830 Sevier County, Tennessee census with his wife, Sarah, six sons, and two daughters. John and Sarah are found in the 1840 Census of Cole County, Missouri with two sons and one daughter. Other male Henrys who are the age of John Henry's sons as listed in the Sevier County, TN census of 1830, are found in Cole County, Missouri, in 1840 living near John Henry with their own families. They were: Joseph b. 1810, James b. 1815, and Anderson b. 1819. The two boys still living at home with John and Sarah in 1840 were born between 1820 and 1830.
When we look for the families of Anderson Henry b. 1819 and Joseph Henry, b. 1810 in later census reports, we find they have moved from Missouri to Benton County, Arkansas, and then to Montague County, Texas. Living near these Henrys in Arkansas and Texas are two other Henry men who were born in Sevier County, Tennessee and were living in Bentonville, Arkansas with land joining each other. These two were the age of the two sons that were living with John and Sarah Henry in 1840 whose names were not listed at that time. They are Overton Henry b. 1821 and Robert Patrick Henry b. 1829. John and Sarah Henry moved from Cole County, Missouri after the 1840 census and were back in Sevier County, Tennessee in 1850. Overton Henry married in 1842 in Cole County, Mo. and moved with his family to Platte County, Missouri, where he was living in 1850. Robert Henry is found near John and Sarah Henry in Sevier County, Tennessee in 1850, married with an infant child, Nancy, just a few months old.
John Henry and Sarah died a few years after the 1850 census was taken. Robert Patrick Henry and Overton Henry moved to Arkansas about that same time. Robert lived in Benton County, Arkansas, near Bentonville, when his first son, John Patrick, was born in 1852 and Overton's son, Andrew Jackson 'Jake' Henry was also born in Bentonville the same year. Anderson and Joseph Henry were living in Bentonville on property that joined the other Henrys at the same time as Overton and Robert.
After the death of his first wife, Rebecca Cowden - Henry, Robert Patrick Henry married Amanda Catherine Williams, who was 14 years younger than Robert. She was the daughter of David and Margaret Williams. Anderson H. Henry born in Missouri in 1837, son of Joseph Henry, married Amanda's sister, Sarah Elizabeth Williams. In the 1870s, several of the Henry families of Bentonville, Arkansas, moved to Montague County, Texas and other counties in Texas. Robert Patrick's son, Albert Marley was born in Montague, Texas in 1878. Overton lived in Lamar County, Texas which borders Oklahoma and is near Montague County which also borders Oklahoma. Robert Patrick Henry's family moved to Oklahoma about the turn of the century and lived in Ada, Pontotoc County, for a few years. It is believed that Robert Patrick died in that area. Robert Patrick's wife, Amanda is found living with her son, John Patrick Henry in Indian Territory in the 1910 and 1920 census. She and most of her sons and daughters later moved to Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, where they lived for the remainder of their lives. Amanda Catherine, and her sons Marley, George, and Newton David are known to be buried in the Sardis Cemetery near Clayton, Oklahoma. Amanda Catherine is listed in the Sardis Cemetery online as Katherine Henry. Those who are without tombstones are not listed.
Analysis of census John Henry 40-50 b. 1780-1790 ( b. 1781 )
Sarah Henry 40-50 b. 1780-1790 ( b. 1785 )
son 15-20 b. 1810-1815 Joseph b. Feb 1811 - d. Aug 1863 (tomb) ( he was in Cole Co. Mo 1840 census) son's wife? 15-20 b. 1810-1815 Unsure could be son's wife with child 5-10 below son 10-15 b. 1815-1820 John Jr. b. 1815 son 10-15 b. 1815-1820 James b. 1816 ( was in Cole Co. Mo 1840) Died before 1855 son 10-15 b. 1815-1820 Anderson b. 1819 ( was in Cole Co. Mo 1840 ) son's dtr ? 5-10 b. 1820-1825 Unsure- 1 in the 1840 census b. 1820-1825 - Could be son's child son 5-10 b. 1820-1825 Overton b. 1821 Living with John Henry in Cole Co. in 1840 son 0-5 b. 1825-1830 Robert Patrick b. 1829 Living with John Henry in Cole Co 1840 ``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````
1840 Census Cole County, Missouri - John Henry Family
1 male 60-70 b. 1770-1780 ( John Henry b. 1781) 1 fem 50-60 b. 1780-1790 ( Sarah Henry b. 1785) 1 male 15-20 b. 1820-1825 ( Overton Henry b. 1821) 1 male 10-15 b. 1825-1830 ( Robert Patrick Henry b. 1829 ) 1 fem 10-15 b. 1825-1830 ( Unsure)
1850 Sevier Co.TN Census This is likely to be our John and Sarah Henry, father of Robert Patrick Henry . According to the page numbers they are located fairly close to Robert Patrick and Rebecca in 1850. 406B 8 HENRY JOHN 69 b VA b. 1781 died April 26 1850 406B 9 HENRY SARAH 65 b VA b. 1785 died June 21, 1856
430B 25 HENRY ROBERT 21 b TENN 430B 26 HENRY REBECCA 22 b TENN 430B 27 HENRY NANCY 1/12 b TENN ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John Henry b. 1781 Tennessee d. abt 1854 Sevier Co. Tn (Living in 1855) Sarah Henry b. 1780 Tennessee d. abt 1852 Sevier Co. Tn Married: ABT 1809 in Jones Cove, Sevier Co., TN
Children of John and Sarah Henry
Joseph b. 1810 TN daughter b. 1811 James b. 1814 * John Jr. b. 1815 TN Anderson b. 1819 TN * Overton b. 1821 TN daughter b. 1825 TN Robert Patrick b. 1829 TN *
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * More on James Henry and Anderson Henry: Information from both of these sons of John Henry from Muster Slips and Military Land Grants below.
Missouri Vols., Mexican War # 186 Private James Henry - Capt. Reuben Hammond's Company Info. on "Muster roll of Capt. Reuben Hammond's Co. of Volunteers of Moniteau County for the Texas campaign, 27th Reg't , 1st Brigade, 6th, at Boon's Branch, in the county of Moniteau." Div. of Mo. Militia, enrolled the 21st of May 1846, Company reported at St. Louis, May 26, 1846, to Robt. Campbell, Col. M.M. and A. D. C. to Commander-in-Chief. As Col. Wm. Davenport, 1st Reg't U. S. Inf., commanding at Jefferson Barracks, had already refused to muster the companies of Capts. Stevenson, Parham, Rainey, Easton and Stephens into the U. S. service, this Co. was not reported to him. The Co. was detained in St. Louis five days, per certificate of Col. Campbell, and was paid for five days service, with clothing, subsistence and travel allowance by the U. S. From rolls in 2nd Auditor's Office, Treasurey Department.
Private Anderson Henry - exact dates and other information are same as above on Muster roll.
Notice: Proof of James Henry's father: James Henry and his father, John Henry, from BLM-GLO Military Land Grant: "John Henry, father and heir at law of James Henry, deceased, late a private in Captain Hammond's Company, 1st Regiment, Missouri Volunteers, "from Warrant number 79026. written May 1, 1855."
More on Robert Patrick Henry:
Robert Patrick HENRY Birth: 1829 in Jones Cove, Sevier Co., TN. ( see photo next page)
Death: sometime after 1880 census - I haven't been able to find his name in the 1890 or 1900 census. Marriage 1 Rebecca COWDEN b: ABT 1850 - Jones Cove, Sevier Co.TN. Married: ABT 1848 in Jones Cove, Sevier Co., TN.
Children of Robert Patrick Henry and Rebecca Cowden
1 Nancy HENRY b: 1849 in Sevier Co., TN 2 John Patrick "Pad" HENRY b: 1852 in , Benton Co., AR Died: Okla. Spouse: Mary E. b 1861 3 William H. HENRYb: BET 1853 AND 1854 in Benton Co., AR Death: 17 APR 1943 Payne Co. OK Burial: Oakman Cemetery - Pontotoc Co., OK Married: abt 1880 Spouse: 1 Sally (---) b: BET 1855 AND 1856 in TX Son of Wm. H. Henry: Robert Lester HENRY b: ABT 1884 in , Payne Co., OK 4 Milburn HENRYb. ca. 1858 Benton Co. Ark Buried in Sardis Cemetery Sardis,Ok 5. George A. HENRY b. 1866 Benton Co. Ark buried: Sardis Cem. Sardis, Ok Spouse: Lula E. b. 1877
George A. Henry is the last child that Robert Patrick's wife, Rebecca had. I was never able to find a death notice that said Rebecca died, or a grave where she is buried. I did find a Rebecca Henry as a patient in Norman. Oklahoma's hospital for the insane. I hope this was not our Rebecca's fate.
Robert Patrick Henry- 2nd Marriage: Amanda Catherine WILLIAMS b: 6 JUNE 1843 in Arkansas Married: 16 JAN. 1868 in , Benton Co., AR
Children of Robert Patrick Henry and Amanda Catherine Williams
1. Frances Cordelia "Delia" HENRYb: 8 FEB 1872 in Benton Co. AR . . Spouse:Joseph Stewart PALLET 2. Margaret Loretta "Ret" HENRYb: 21 AUG 1875 in , Benton Co. AR . Spouse: Thomas E CARLTON b: in Montague Co., TX 3. Newton David "Newt" HENRY b: 10 JUN 1877 in , Benton Co. AR Death: 15 FEB 1927 in Sardis, Pushmatah Co., OK Burial: Sardis Cemetery, Sardis, Pushmatah Co., OK *more on Newton D. Henry below. 4. Albert Marlin "Marley" HENRY b: 1878 Montague, Texas d. 1918 Sardis. OK Buried in Sardis Cemetery near his mother, Amanda Catherine Henry. Marley is the only one of Robert Patrick's sons who was born in Texas. He was born in 1878,
More on Newton David Henry: (My Line) Spouse of Newton David Henry: Lydia Sue "Liddie" CARLTONb: 7 NOV 1879 in Montague Co., TX Married: BET 1896 AND 1898, in , Montague Co., TX Liddie was the sister of Thomas E. Carlton, husband of Newton David's sister, Margaret Loretta.
Children of Newton David Henry and Lydia Sue Carlton
i. Oscar HENRYb: 12 JAN. 1898 in Ada, OK. ii. Orvie HENRY b: 23 MAY 1900 in Ada,, OK Spouse: Arvie Gorden iii. Brock HENRY b: ABT 1901 in Ada, OK died in infancy iv. Homer William HENRY b. 5 Sep. 1905 in Ada, OK Spouse: Nellie Gorden (more on this family) v. Frank James HENRYb. 26 Sep 1910 Savannah, Ok d. 16 Nov 2003
4. Albert Marlin "Marley" HENRY b: 1878 in Texas d. 1918 Sardis, OK Buried in Sardis Cemetery near his mother, Amanda Katherine Henry. More on Albert Marlin Henry below:.
Note from June Ayers-Bush: "I am June Ayers Bush, the granddaughter of Albert Marley Henry, son of Robert Patrick Henry and Amanda Katherine Williams. Albert Marley Henry was born in 1881 * (there is a 2 year old male B. (Bert?) M. Henry listed as a son of Robert and Amanda Henry in the 1880 Montague, Texas census) He died in 1918 and is buried with his mother at Sardis Cemetery, near Clayton, Oklahoma. His first wife was Lou Ollie Roberts, daugther of Charm?, and Molly Roberts, per my mother who died four years ago at 95. Ollie Roberts was born in 1882 and died in 1914 in Savannah, Ok, where she is buried.
Albert Marley Henry and Lou Ollie Roberts had the following children:
1 Bertha Henry: born Aug 8, 1902 in Ada, Okla, died March 17, 1998 Cleveland, Texas, buried at Cleveland Cemetery. . Bertha married Floyd Franklin AyersFeb 8, 1919. 2 Bess Henrywas born abt. 1904 in Ada, Okla and married Clyde Hilderbrand. Bess is buried in Pittsburg, Texas. 3 Beaula (Bute) Henrywas born in Ada, Okla and buried in Sardis Cemetery, Pushmataha Co. near Clayton, Ok. 4 Troy Allen Henry was born in Oklahoma and buried in Houston, Texas. Spouse:Alma ShockleyMarried in Ok. 5. Bertie Henry was born in Oklahoma and buried in Houston, Texas She married Ben Hitt in Houston, Texas 6. Robert Leonard Henrywas born in Ada,Oklahoma and died at early age of 21. He never married. He is buried near his father Albert Marley, and his grandmother, Amanda Katherine Williams - Henry" ( Sardis Cemetery -Sardis, Ok)
Marley's 2nd wife, Elsie Kemp had a son named Archie Henry, born in Sardis, Ok. He died May, 1975 in Allen, Oklahoma of cancer and is buried in Allen, Oklahoma. He never married. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Additional Information: Land Grants with description of land for Henrys in Benton Co., ARK Benton County Arkansas Land Grants BLM-GLO records
Anderson Henry, Private - Capt Hammonds 1st Regiment Missouri Volunteers 4/4/1855 SENE 24/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton Thomas P. Henry 11/15/1854 NWSW 15/ 20-N 30-W No 5th PM AR Benton (son of Anderson, the elder? ) Joseph Henry 11/15/1854 SWSE 13/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton Anderson Henry 5/ 3/1858 NESE 13/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton (Joseph's son) Robert Henry 2/1/1860 NESE 24/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton Anderson Henry 2/1/1860 NENE 24/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton (Anderson, the elder) Commadore Perry Henry 2/1/1860 NWSE 25/ 19-N 31-W No 5th PM AR Benton (Joseph's son)
The tombstones below of Hugh Henry and Polly Henry are found in the Union Chapel Cemetery Benton County, Arkansas. No dates can be seen.
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