ANDREW JACKSON HENDERSON
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ANDREW JACKSON HENDERSON     
 
     Andrew Jackson Henderson was born September 2, 1833 in Clinch County, Georgia and died September 7, 1906 in Palm Beach County, Florida.  His parents were Duncan and Belinda Stafford Henderson. 
   
     In 1880, the Hendersons were living in Moores Hill, Clinch County, Georgia
The Henderson family moved from Homerville, Clinch County via riverboat down the St. Johns River to the Jupiter area around 1883 and there shortly thereafter  in Orange County..  Next they were in Palm Beach County near Jupiter and finally had moved on down to Homestead.  They apparently kept their Jupiter property as both Andrew and Mary are buried there.  Andrew is supposedly buried in Riverside Memorial park as are two of his sons who were policemen gunned down in a Homestead bank robbery.  The Miami Herald states that they were buried next to their father at Riverside.  Mary Ann was buried in the family plot, also in Jupiter.  We can only assume at this time that the plot is in Riverside.  

     Their home was a short distance from the center of Homestead.  They were among the first person living in that area.  For many years they were the area’s only residents and carried on as farmers and hunters.

     On December 22, 1859 in Clinch County, Georgia he married Mary Ann King when she was 15 and he was 26.  Mary Ann was born about 1844 in Georgia and died after 1909 in Palm Beach County.  Mary Ann had reported in her Confederate Widow’s Pension Application that she had resided in Florida since December 12, 1882, coming from Georgia.  Their tenth child, Daniel Marion Henderson was born in Dade County.  

     Andrew first filed for his Confederate Veterans Pension in 1902.  He lived in Neptune (West Jupiter), then Dade County, Florida as Palm Beach County was not formed until 1909.  Dr. Charles P. Jackson in 19025, described Andrew’s gun-shot wounds and stated that Andrew was nearly blind at the time of his application.
Om May 1, 1862 at Waynesville, Georgia, Andrew enlisted as a private in Co. K, 26 Regiment GA. under Capt. McDonald.   He was honorably discharged at Appomattox, Virginia April 26, 1865 as a Corporal.  He was in the same Company from enlistment until the close of the war.  He was wounded i8n Virginia and was admitted to Jackson Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on June 7, 1864 and was furloughed for forty days to recuperate before returning to action.  
 
Andrew and Mary Ann had at least ten known children. 

 

1850 United States Federal Census

 

Name: Duncan Henderson

Age: 48

Birth Year: abt 1802

Birthplace: Georgia

Home in 1850: Division 89, Ware, Georgia, USA

Gender: Male

Family Number: 297

Household Members:

Name Age

Duncan Henderson 48

Belinda Henderson 38

Andrew Henderson 18

Mary Henderson 10

John Henderson 7

Daniel Henderson 5

Sarah Henderson 3

Edmund Henderson 1

1870 United States Federal Census

 

 

Name Andrew J Henderson

Age in 1870  36

Birth Yearabt 1834

Birth place Georgia

Home in 1870 District 1219, Clinch, Georgia

Race White

Gender Male

Post Office Homerville

Household Members

Name Age

Andrew J Henderson 36

Mary L Henderson 26

Lewis Henderson 9

Allen B Henderson 5

Mary J Henderson 3

Martha Henderson 1

1880 United States Federal Census

 

 

Name Andrew Henderson

Age 46

Birth Yearabt 1834

Birth place Georgia

Home in 1880 Moorres Mill, Clinch, Georgia

Race White

Gender Male

Relation to Head of House Self

Marital Status Married

Spouse's Name Mary J. Henderson

Father's Birth place Georgia

Mother's Birth place Georgia

Occupation Farmer

Household Members

Name Age

Andrew Henderson 46

Mary J. Henderson 36

Lewis H. Henderson 18

Allen Henderson 13

Mary J. Henderson 11

Harriet Henderson 9

Martha Henderson  7

Lilli L. Henderson 5

William Henderson 3

Randal Henderson 2

Henderson 1

1.  Lewis Harmon Henderson
Lewis Harmon Henderson
1862–1918
BIRTH JUN 1862 • Homerville, Clinch, Georgia, USA
DEATH 11 JANUARY 1918 • Seminole, Florida

1910 United States Federal Census


Name    Lewis Henderson
Age in 1910    49
Birth Year    abt 1861
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1910    Sanford, Orange, Florida
Street    5th St
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Widowed
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Native Tongue    English
Occupation    Farmer
Industry    Laborer
Employer, Employee or Other    Wage Earner
Home Owned or Rented    Rent
Farm or House    House
Able to read    Yes
Able to Write    Yes
Out of Work    N
Number of Weeks Out of Work    0
Household Members    
Name    Age
Lewis Henderson    49
Co?Ie Henderson    19
William Henderson    21
Calvin Henderson    17
Samuel Henderson    11
Charles Henderson    6

1900 United States Federal Census


Name    Lewis Henderson
Age    37
Birth Date    Jun 1862
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1900    Paola, Orange, Florida
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Alwilda Henderson
Marriage Year    1886
Years Married    14
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Household Members    
Name    Age
Lewis Henderson    37
Alwilda Henderson    29
William J Henderson    12
Carrie E Henderson    10
Lewis C Henderson    8
Charles S Henderson    1
CLOSE RE

William J Henderson
1888–1923
BIRTH 24 APRIL 1888 • Orange County, Florida, USA
DEATH 16 FEBRUARY 1923 • Sanford, Seminole County, Florid
Carrie Ann Henderson
Birth:     Mar. 4, 1890
Paola, Seminole County, Florida 
Death:     Jan. 15, 1957
Sanford, Seminole County, Florida

Robert (Bob) Kennedy & Link Kennedy

1920 United States Federal Census


Name    Carrie A Kennedy
Age    26
Birth Year    abt 1894
Birthplace    Florida
Home in 1920    Sanford, Seminole, Florida
Street    Orlando Road
Race    White
Gender    Female
Relation to Head of House    Daughter-in-law
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Robert L Kennedy
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Florida
Able to Speak English    Yes
Able to read    Yes
Able to Write    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
Charles M Kennedy    60
Alice Kennedy    55
Robert L Kennedy    33
Christine Kennedy    20
Carrie A Kennedy    26
Alfered Beck    35

Lewis Calvin Henderson
1892–1957
BIRTH 1 MAY 1892 • Paola, Seminole County, Florida, USA
DEATH 17 DECEMBER 1957 • Orlando, Orange County, Florida, USA
Charles Samuel Henderson
1898–1947
BIRTH 25 DEC 1898 • Paola, Seminole, Florida, USA
DEATH 24 MAY 1947 • Precinct 1, Bexar, Texas, USA
Virginia Mae Robinson
1894–1973
BIRTH 15 DEC 1894 • North Carolina
DEATH 24 JUN 1973 • Sanford, Seminole, Florida
William Charles Henderson
1904–1922
BIRTH 26 MAR 1904 • Sylvan Lake/Paola, Orange, Florida, USA
DEATH 28 JUL 1922 • Lake Monroe, Seminole County, Florida, USA
2.   Allen Butler Henderson

Dade Honors Members Of 1916 Posse
Three Deputies Perished In Outlaws' Shootout
May 9, 1996|By TESSIE BORDEN Miami Bureau
MIAMI - — Back when Homestead was a hinterland outpost and Sunrise was a swamp, three deputies tangled with bank-robbing desperados near a lonely water tower in the Everglades. They lost.

For the next 80 years, just about everyone forgot them.

"It's almost like a helpless feeling that you get reading about these people," said Tom Swartz the Homestead police detective who dug their stories from yellowing newspapers. "But these were very tough, really neat people."

Charles R. Williams, Allen B. Henderson and William Z. Henderson are three of 108 officers who died in the line of duty in Dade County. They will be remembered today at sundown during the Police Memorial Day service at Tropical Park.

Until just a few days ago, their graves - two in Tequesta and one in Miami - were unmarked. A police trust fund paid $600 for their headstones.

The trio were part of a sheriff's posse formed in September 1916 to track down the Rice gang, a bunch of ne'er-do-wells who lived in the Thousand Islands area - Florida's west coast outlaw hideaway.

The wily band emerged just long enough to commit the region's first bank robbery, historian William Wilbanks said.

Wilbanks tells the story of the bank robbery and the ensuing manhunt in a new book from Florida International University Press about Dade's police murders.

It is a story of persistent policemen, cunning crooks, and, just possibly, money still stashed in the swamps.

For Burke Sellers, last grandson of Deputy Williams, it's recovered family lore.

"The part that I find enjoyable is that I'm a part of Dade County from the beginning," said Sellers, 59, a retired firefighter. "To me, it's what America is made up of. These people stood up and were counted."

As Wilbanks tells it, the four crooks dressed in khaki surveyors' uniforms on the morning of Sept. 16, 1916. They hired a Miami man to drive them to Homestead. A few miles out of the city, they overpowered him, tied him to a tree and took his car.


That afternoon, the two Rice brothers and their cohorts parked the car in front of the bank. Two of them went in pretending to be customers. One presented a check for the teller to cash.

The teller hesitated. The men pulled out a gun. One yelled, "Throw up your hands!'' They took $6,500 and fled in the stolen Overland car. Later, they abandoned it in favor of a well-provisioned boat anchored at the edge of town.

Dade Sheriff Dan Hardie called out a posse of about 40 men to fan out west and south. Hardie and four other men staked out an area near a water tower about 13 miles south of Homestead.

Then the robbers got cocky. They decided to spy on the posse. One of the robbers approached the lawmen to ask for a cigarette. He asked what the lawmen wanted.

As he walked away, an alert deputy got suspicious. He noticed the man was soaking wet. One of the outlaws realized the danger and called out of the darkness. The swamp exploded with gunfire.

In minutes, Williams and the Henderson brothers were dead, another posse member was injured, and Hardie was still shooting at the robbers. But they escaped.

The gunfight got wide newspaper coverage and encouraged more to join the posse.

After a couple of weeks, two of the robbers turned up shot dead, another drowned, and the fourth was captured in Fort Myers. He was sentenced to life in prison and spent the next 63 years behind bars - a Florida penal record.

Swartz said only a fraction of the stolen money was ever found. Some think the rest is buried somewhere on an Everglades island.

Deputy Allen Henderson, Deputy William Henderson and Deputy Charles Williams were shot and killed while riding on a posse in an attempt to arrest four bank robbery suspects. The suspects had fled into the Everglades and were pursued by the posse. After the initial shooting the suspect fled to the western part of the state where two of them were killed and the other two apprehended.

Deputy Allen Henderson and Deputy William Henderson were brothers.

Read more: http://www.odmp.org/officer/6353-deputy-sheriff-allen-butler-henderson#ixzz3iYYgLwCR

3.  Mary J. Henderson

Mom Alice: "Ola and Betty were visiting from Miami. My dad probably took the picture cause he would often tell us to do something interesting or silly. At this time mom Mabel and dad Tony worked in differrent cigar factories all day. Mom walked 2-3 blks to school. After school a black lady named Ruby would for care of her til parents came home. They had a cow named Peggy. One time Peggy got her tail caught in the clothesline.Ruby calmed Peggy down. Neighbor named Glover came and freed her. Ruby gave mom warm milk right from Peggy but mom didn't like it."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Harriet Elizabeth Henderson  Married  Duncan Cummings Brady
Elizabeth Harriett Henderson and Duncan Cummings Brady
Harriet Elizabeth Henderson
BIRTH JUN 1872 • Georgia, USA
DEATH 1952 • Miami,Dade,Florida,USA
Duncan Cummings Brady
BIRTH 06 SEP 1851 • Rockport, Knox, Maine, USA
DEATH 09 JUL 1931 • Miami, Dade, Florida, USA
Harriet Elizabeth Brady (holding Myrtle Brady), Oren Brady, Duncan Brady. Matty Marie Brady standing
1900 United States Federal Census

 

Name Elizebeth Brady

Age 27

Birth Date Jun 1872

Birthplace Georgia

Home in 1900 Marco, Lee, Florida

Race White

Gender Female

Relation to Head of House Wife

Marital Status Married

Spouse's Name Duncan C Brady

Marriage Year 1888

Years Married12

Father's Birth place Georgia

Mother's Birth place Georgia

Mother: number of living children 4

Mother: How many children 4

Household Members

Name Age

Duncan C Brady 51

Elizebeth Brady 27

Maud Brady 10

William C Brady 9

Mabel Brady 7

Mattie M Brady 3

Lilian Brady 14

DUNCAN C BRADY

Duncan C. Brady came from Nova Scotia. He owned a sloop and hauled cargos in coastwise shipping. His wife, Harriet Elizabeth Henderson, was born in Georgia and came to Florida when she was ten years old. Duncan Brady was tending a drawbridge on the Indian River near Cocoa when their first child, Maude, was born in 1890. Soon after her birth, he contracted to deliver a cargo of pineapple slips to Lower Matecumbe, and from there got a load of buttonwood for Key West He built a palmetto shack for his family at Madeira, but they soon moved to East Cape. Mr. Brady got some cargos for Key West in his Linda C. and sometimes captained other boats. For a while he operated the Waddell Grove, which was a large stand of coconut palms on the beach at East Cape. They had mules to work the grove but Mr. Brady soon tired of being land bound. 

Their second daughter, Mabel, was born at East Cape. In 1893, one of the holdings 'at Flamingo became available and was purchased by Duncan Brady. There were several other settlers living along the water front and Brady spearheaded the drive for a post office. They chose the name Flamingo, as at that time the colorful birds were seen there. The Brady’s carried their furniture with them on the boat, chairs, tables and beds. The same mattresses were used on the berths on the boat as on the beds ashore. When they stayed awhile at any place, if a house was not available, Mr. Brady built a palmetto shack and all the furniture was moved ashore. Maude Brady remembers that her father felt the open beach at Flamingo would not be safe in a hurricane.

 

There was no school at Flamingo at that early date, so as soon as Maude was old enough to go to school, her father moved the family to Chokoloskee, where a palmetto shack housed the school for about a dozen children from the McKinney, Wiggins and Robinson families. Chokoloskee had a store, a post office and a church up the river. The people were mostly fishermen, and Brady made a trip to Key West whenever he got a load of barrels of salted down fish. He often brought back cash as well as provisions. By this time there were more girls in the family all with names starting with M - Maude, Mabel, Myrtle, Muriel, and Marie. Two boys were born but one was killed by lightning. Maude remembers that all the girls were given nice dolls with china heads and rag bodies. They were expected to take good care of them.

 

Mrs. Brady had a sewing machine and made all their clothes. She taught her daughters to sew when they were old enough. The Brady children enjoyed swimming, hunting shells and second daughter, Mabel, was born at East Cape. In 1893, one of the holdings 'at Flamingo became available and was purchased by Duncan Brady. There were several other settlers living along the water front and Brady spearheaded the drive for a post office. They chose the name Flamingo, as at that time the colorful birds were seen there. The Brady’s carried their furniture with them on the boat, chairs, tables and beds. The same mattresses were used on the berths on the boat as on the beds ashore. When they stayed awhile at any place, if a house was not available, Mr. Brady built a palmetto shack and all the furniture was moved ashore.

 

Maude Brady remembers that her father felt the open beach at Flamingo would not be safe in a hurricane. There was no school at Flamingo at that early date, so as soon as Maude was old enough to go to school, her father moved the family to Chokoloskee, where a palmetto shack housed the school for about a dozen children from the McKinney, Wiggins and Robinson families. Chokoloskee had a store, a post office and a church up the river. The people were mostly fishermen, and Brady made a trip to digging clams. Occasionally their father hunted, but it was usually their mother who shot birds for food. They also ate a lot of turtle meat. After a few years at Chokoloskee, they moved on to Sandfly and Four Brothers. Mr. Brady ran the Stoffer's boats - the Berta Lee.and Cleo. They also lived at Horr's Island, where Kitty Horr had a big two-story house, and he ran the Horr boats.

 

 In 1906, they moved to Sanibel where the children went to school. In all the places they lived, Duncan Brady built and repaired boats in addition to his trips. Maude said the children would help him when the boats were on the ways. Maude met James Robert Simmons at Sanibel. He was farming tomatoes. They were married and left the island before the1906 storm. Mr Simmons was born at Bushnell Florida. He farmed tomatoes and beans with his brother at Watula, stayed awhile with his family at Inverness, went to Lost Man's River, and then to Key West where Mr. Simmons worked on the Key West Extension. In 1912, when the Extension was finished came to Detroit. The Brady left Sanibel and came to Miami. Duncan had a new boat - the biggest one he had ever owned. He worked at the quarantine station fumigating boats, and also ran a tug boat on the river. Somehow he got his leg tangled in some machinery and it had to be amputated. He still worked around the water, but couldn't go out on the boats anymore.

 

He died in the twenties. Mrs. Brady lived until 1950. Mabel and Myrtle still live in Miami, and Muriel is in a nursing home in Sarasota. Maude, now Mrs. Jones and into her nineties, lives in Leisure City.

 

Excerpts from “Man in the Everglades” by Charlton Tebeau and from “Gladesmen” by Glen Simmons
 

Ist Settler, Flamingo, Fla.
Duncan C. Brady
hend3.jpg
THE BRADY CHILDREN,   Click on Names to visit their  family
BIRTH 16 JUL 1890 • Coco, Brevard, Florida
DEATH 1 JUN 1988 • Monroe, Florida
Married
James R Simmons
           1906
Jones
BIRTH 10 JAN 1893 • Flamingo, Monroe, Florida, USA
DEATH 29 AUG 1987 • Miami, Dade, Florida
Married
Douglas R. Trevor
           1906
Antonio Ramirez
           1906
William Martin
           1906
Neva M Brady
BIRTH 29 JAN 1907 • Florida, United States
DEATH 14 AUG 1983 • Miami, Miami-Dade, Florida
Margaret Brady
William C Brady
BIRTH FEB 1891 • Flamingo, Monroe, Fl
DEATH 1906 • Captiva, Lee, Florida, USA
Killed by lightning
Mattie Marie Brady
BIRTH:  13 MAR 1903 • Fair Brothers Key, Monroe, Florida
DEATH:   SEP 1966 • Miami, Miami-Dade, Florida
BIRTH 18 MAY 1909 • Key West, Monroe, Florida, USA
DEATH 22 DEC 1994 • Fort Pierce, Saint Lucie, Florida
BIRTH 4 APR 1886 • Sanford, Seminole, Florida, USA
DEATH JUL 1968 • Dade, Florida
Married
George C Johnson
             1902
Christopher C Pent               1912
The Brady Bunch, in pictures
Mable, Glen, Maude, Myrtle 1958
Myrtle, Mabel, Maude and Marie
Myrtle Brady Macomber, Mabel Brady Trevor Ramirez Martin, Maude Brady Simmons, Marie Brady Holliman
Myrtle, Oren and Matty Marie Brady
Oren Brady On Left
Muriel, Maude and Harriet Brady

Oren Brady (L) 1920 Miami

Brady-Henderson Family Reunion  1999, Simmons Home in Florida City, Fla., Maxie,Simmons, Glen, Simmons, , , Hattie Pent Macomber, Herb Macomber, Alice Ramirez McAvoy, Kathy Ramirez Morris Zumbrum, Lloyd McAvoy Jr.
5.  Myrtle Henderson
6.  Lillie Louise Henderson
7.   William Ziba Henderson

 

Before 1916   Florida

left to right: Randall Henderson, William Henderson, and Daniel (Bud) Henderson

8.   Randle Duncan Henderson
Randle Duncan Henderson
1879–1967

BIRTH 26 JUN 1879 • Douglas County, Georgia
DEATH JAN 1967 • Fort Myers, Lee, Florida
Joann Henderson
1940 United States Federal Census

Name:    R D Henderson
Respondent:    Yes
Age:    58
Estimated birth year:    abt 1882
Gender:    Male
Race:    White
Birthplace:    Georgia
Marital Status:    Married
Relation to Head of House:    Head
Home in 1940:    Okeechobee, Florida
Map of Home in 1940:    View Map
Farm:    No
Inferred Residence in 1935:    Sp, Okeechobee, Florida
Residence in 1935:    Same Place
Resident on farm in 1935:    No
Sheet Number:    2A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:    31
Occupation:    Roadman
Industry:    Gont Engining
House Owned or Rented:    Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:    25
Attended School or College:    No
Highest Grade Completed:    Elementary school, 4th grade
Duration of Unemployment:    260
Class of Worker:    Wage or salary worker in Government work
Weeks Worked in 1939:    0
Income:    0
Income Other Sources:    No
Neighbors:    View others on page
Household Members:    
Name    Age
R D Henderson    58
Maggie I Henderson    38
Paul Langford    17
Donald Langford    13
Ruth Henderson    12
Joann Henderson    11
Louise Henderson    9
Randal Henderson    8
Velma Henderson    6
Joann Henderson
Joann Henderson
Joann Henderson
Joann Henderson
Joann Henderson
9.  DANIEL "BUD"  MARION HENDERSON

1930 United States Federal Census


Name    D M Henderson
Age in 1930    42
Birth Year    abt 1888
Gender    Male
Race    White
Birthplace    Georgia
Marital Status    Married
Relation to Head of House    Head
Home in 1930    Canal Point, Palm Beach, Florida
Street Address    Conner Highway - Canal Point
Dwelling Number    237
Family Number    271
Home Owned or Rented    Rented
Home Value    10
Radio Set    No
Lives on Farm    No
Age at First Marriage    39
Attended School    No
Able to Read and Write    Yes
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Able to Speak English    Yes
Occupation    Foreman
Industry    Sugar mill
Class of Worker    Wage or salary worker
Employment    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
D M Henderson    42
Pearley Henderson    21
Marie M Henderson    2

Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001


Name    Dan M Henderson
Gender    Male
Divorce Date    1943
Divorce Place    Palm Beach, Florida
Certificate Number    2947
Household Members    
Name    Age
Dan M Henderson    
Pearlie Henderson  
 
 

1940 United States Federal Census


Name    Pearlie Henderson
Respondent    Yes
Age    31
Estimated Birth Year    abt 1909
Gender    Female
Race    White
Birthplace    Georgia
Marital Status    Married
Relation to Head of House    Head
Home in 1940    Pahokee, Palm Beach, Florida
Street    Canal Point Highway (West Side)
Farm    No
Inferred Residence in 1935    Rural, Palm Beach, Florida
Residence in 1935    Rural Palm Beach Florida
Resident on farm in 1935    No
Sheet Number    1A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation    11
Occupation    Laborer
House Owned or Rented    Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented    1
Attended School or College    No
Highest Grade Completed    Elementary school, 6th grade
Duration of Unemployment    8
Class of Worker    Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939    26
Income    156
Income Other Sources    No
Household Members    
Name    Age
Pearlie Henderson    31
Marie Maie Henderson    12
Daniel M Henderson    9
William G Henderson    6

Pearlie and Daniel were dovorced in  1943.  She married secondly Mr. Henry Elder Moulton.  Henry was born in DEcember 29, 1908 in Crenshaw County, Alabama.  He was previously married to Glennie Lee Andrews being married on February 27, 1929 in Alabama.  Glennie was born in 1909 in Alabama and died October 4, 1940 in Plant City, Hillsborough County, Florida.  In early 1940 Henry and Glennie were 
living in Pakokee, Palm Beach County, Florida where he was working as a laborer.  Glennie is buried with her husband's parents in Mt. Enon Memorial Cemetery in Plant City.  Henry's father, George Washington Moulton died January, 26 1940 and his mother, Maggie Mae Little Moulton died in 1957. Henry and Glennie  had three daughters:  1.  Mary Nell Mouton, born in 1930, 2.  Georgia Christine "Chris" Moulton, born in 1933 and 3.  Glennie Carolyn Moulton, born in 1941.
Daniel Marion Henderson and Pearlie N. _______________
Had at least three childern
1.  Marie Maxie Henderson who married Glenn Simmons
2.  Daniel Marion Henderson Jr.
3.  William J. Henderson who married Valerie Geiger
1.  Marie Maxie Henderson married Glenn Simmons
They had no children
Maxie Henderson
1927–2011
BIRTH 5 OCTOBER  1927 • Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida
DEATH 3 DECEMBER 2011 • Homestead, Miami-Dade, Florida
Glen James Simmons
1916–2009
BIRTH 14 JANUARY 1916 • Homestead, Dade County, Florida
DEATH 21 JULY 2009 • Homestead, Miami-Dade, Florida

Florida Marriage Indexes, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001


Name    Maxie Henderson
County of Marriage    Okeechobee
Marriage Date    1943
Volume    810
Certificate    22733
Source    Florida Department of Health
Household Members    
Name    Age
Maxie Henderson    
Glen James Simmons    

MAUD BRADY, HIS MOTHER
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James Robert Simmons Family: L to R: Maude, Emmet, James, Glen, Alvin
2.  Daniel Marion Henderson Jr.
Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
 
Name:    Daniel Marion Henderson Jr
Gender:    Male
Race:    White
Death Date:    Jul 1956
Death Place:    Palm Beach, Florida, United States
B:  6 Oct 1930 in Pahokee, Palm Beach, Florida
D:  Jul 1956 in Palm Beach, Florida
3.  William J. Henderson married Valerie Lenore Geiger