YOUNGBLOOD CEMETERY OBITUARIES



HENRY, WILLIAM
Jacksonville Daily Journal, June 16, 1915

WILLIAM HENRY DIES AT HOME IN NORTONVILLE

Was Stricken With Paralysis Monday Morning and Gradually Grew Worse Until the End - Funeral Thursday Morning.

William Henry, a long time resident of the Nortonville neighborhood, died at his home there at 1 o'clock this (Wednesday) morning. The deceased was 86 years of age, and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Sarah A. Walters of Jerseyville, and three sons, Christopher, Samuel E. and W. E. Henry, all of the Nortonville precinct. Mr. Henry was a member of the Youngblood church and a man who was held in high esteem in that community. He was stricken by paralysis at 5:30 a.m. Monday morning and grew rapidly worse until the end came.

The funeral will be held Thursday morning at eleven o'clock at the Youngblood church.


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