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C Walter & Eva A Henry
Hennessey Cemetery
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma
Submitted & Jo Aguirre

Obit for Eva posted by Jo Aguirre
1874 - Oct 3, 1958

Hennessey Clipper
Hennessey, OK
9 Oct 1958 Thu Page 1

Achsa Henry, Former 
Hennessey Resident  
Dies in Enid Hospital 

Mrs. Achsa Henry, 84, a resident of Enid since 1911, died at an Enid hospital Friday morning.

Services were at am Enid funeral home Sunday afternoon and burial followed in the Hennessey Cemetery.

A native of Minneapolis Kan., she was married to C.W. Henry in Kansas City in 1893.  She was a member of the Central Christian church and the Martha Reger Rebecca Lodge at Enid and the Women's Relief Corps.

Survivors include a daughter Mrs. C. K. Kron , Enid ; two sons Ira and Everett, Enid ; one brother Clarence McKinley Denver Colo.; and nine grandchildren.  

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