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January 6, 1962
Alexander Henderson Jr., 55, of 219 Hamilton St., died Friday morning while being taken to Rome Hospital in an ambulance. Mr. Henderson was stricken at 419 W. Court St. Coroner Thomas Cox said death was due to natural causes. He was born in Rome Aug. 21, 1906, son of Alexander and Susan Tanner Henderson. A painter, he was a member of the Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers Union 285. He was of the Methodist faith. Surviving are cousins, including Mrs. Cecil Adle, Rome, with whom he resided, an uncle, Henry Henderson, and three aunts, Mrs. Dominick LaCreca, Mrs. Ada Doyle, and Mrs. Royal Doherty, all of Rome. Funeral will be Monday, interment in the Rome Cemetery.
Henderson, Dwight A.
July 14, 1926
Henderson - In Oakland, July 13, 1926, Dwight A. Henderson, beloved husband of Chloe Henderson, father of Mrs. Chas. H. Stone, of Sacramento, Mrs. F. W. Boell of Oakland, Miss Mattie Henderson of Oakland, and Peter A. Henderson of Bakersfield, a native of Altmar, NY, aged 87 yrs. A member of Pulaski Lodge No. 415, F & AM of Pulaski, NY
Henderson, Susan Tanner
Dec. 10, 1912:
Mrs. Susan Henderson, aged 28 years, wife of Alexander Henderson, 104 Lock Street, died at 6:45 o'clock this morning at the Rome Hospital. Mrs. Henderson had been in ill health for the past three or four months, and during the past three weeks she had been in the hospital ill with typhoid fever. She was born in Altmar, NY a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Tanner. Her parents moved to this city about 19 years ago and have resided at 205 S. James street. On August 27, 1903, she married Alexander Henderson. Mrs. Henderson was a member of Zion Episcopal Church, and leaves many friends to mourn her death. Besides her husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Tanner of Rome, two children, Alexander aged 6 years, and Granville, aged 3 years, of Rome; three sisters, Mrs. John Doyle and Miss Elizabeth Tanner of Rome, Mrs. Benjamin Lowell of Rochdale, Mass., and one brother, William Tanner of Rome.
Henderson, William G.
May 13, 1904
Deaths: William Gummo Henderson, May 12, 1904, infant son of Alexander Henderson, 130 Lock Street.