Mary Elizabeth Alexander, 18531926 (aged 72 years)

Name
Mary Elizabeth /Alexander/
Also known as
Mary Elizabeth /Devore/
Also known as
Mary Elizabeth /Hendricks/
Source: S1866
Birth
Birth of a brother
Death of a brother
Birth of a sister
Census
Birth of a sister
Death of a maternal grandmother
Note: Judge Banta gives her death as occuring in Sept 1860
Burial of a maternal grandmother
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery, Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Pine, Row 7, Stone 8 (Find A Grave Memorial# 9533014 )
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Death of a brother
Census
Death of a paternal grandfather
Source: S1866
Burial of a paternal grandfather
Source: S3955
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Buried in Hopewell Cemetery Section C Row 19 Stone 12 (Find A Grave Memorial# 82417042)
Marriage
Birth of a daughter
Note: Calculated from age at death
Death of a husband
Note: age at death 23 years 11 months 16 days recorded on tombstone
Burial of a husband
Note: Devore Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 26835655)
Death of a daughter
Note: She was 1 year 6 months 26 days when she died.
Burial of a daughter
Note: Devore Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 26835704)
Census
Birth of a son
Marriage
Note: marriage date given as 1882 in the Indiana Marriage Collection
Birth of a son
Note: given as 15 Feb 1884 in the Family Bible Records of Johnson County, Indiana
Birth of a daughter
Death of a maternal grandfather
Note: Date of death given as 11 Apr 1888 on Alexanders tombstone
Burial of a maternal grandfather
Source: S3871
Note: Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Pine, Row 7, Stone 8 (Find A Grave Memorial# 9533012)
Death of a sister
Death of a daughter
Census
Death of a father
Source: S1926
Burial of a father
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 14, Stone 1 (Find A Grave Memorial# 82133866)
Death of a mother
Burial of a mother
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 14, Stone 1 (Find A Grave Memorial# 82133866)
Marriage of a son
Marriage of a son
Census
Death of a husband
Burial of a husband
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Sec Payn Row 17 Stn 7 (Find A Grave Memorial# 49016478)
Census
Death
Source: Find a Grave
Burial
after April 26, 1926 (0 days after death)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Plot: Sec Payn Row 17 Stn 8 (Find A Grave Memorial# 49016531)
Family with parents
father
18281901
Birth: May 12, 1828 28 26 Greene, Tennessee
Death: October 29, 1901Needham, Johnson, Indiana
mother
18281902
Birth: August 22, 1828 27 24 Indiana
Death: April 30, 1902Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageMay 15, 1853
4 months
herself
18531926
Birth: September 12, 1853 25 25 Indiana
Death: April 26, 1926Johnson, Indiana
3 years
younger brother
21 months
younger sister
18581929
Birth: April 8, 1858 29 29 Indiana
Death: October 26, 1929
3 years
younger sister
18611889
Birth: August 8, 1861 33 32 Indiana
Death: January 7, 1889
2 years
younger brother
18631930
Birth: July 1863 35 34 Indiana
Death: September 20, 1930Johnson, Indiana
2 years
younger sister
18651946
Birth: October 22, 1865 37 37 Indiana
Death: March 2, 1946
4 years
younger brother
Family with Clay Devore
husband
18511875
Birth: September 30, 1851 42 36
Death: September 15, 1875Needham, Johnson, Indiana
herself
18531926
Birth: September 12, 1853 25 25 Indiana
Death: April 26, 1926Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageAugust 11, 1874Johnson, Indiana
11 months
daughter
18751877
Birth: June 22, 1875 23 21 Needham, Johnson, Indiana
Death: January 17, 1877Needham, Johnson, Indiana
Family with Thomas H Hendricks
husband
18391918
Birth: February 1839 36 29 Indiana
Death: April 24, 1918Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
herself
18531926
Birth: September 12, 1853 25 25 Indiana
Death: April 26, 1926Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageApril 24, 1882Johnson, Indiana
son
18821931
Birth: March 26, 1882 43 28 Brown, Indiana
Death: March 27, 1931Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
3 years
son
18851956
Birth: February 15, 1885 46 31 Brown, Indiana
Death: September 14, 1956
3 years
daughter
18871899
Birth: November 7, 1887 48 34
Death: September 19, 1899
Thomas H Hendricks + Emaline Hougham
husband
18391918
Birth: February 1839 36 29 Indiana
Death: April 24, 1918Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
husband’s wife
18421880
Birth: about 1842Indiana
Death: before 1880
Marriage MarriageNovember 27, 1860Johnson, Indiana
13 months
stepdaughter
1861
Birth: about 1861 21 19 Indiana
Death:
6 years
stepdaughter
1866
Birth: about 1866 26 24 Indiana
Death:
7 years
stepson
1872
Birth: about 1872 32 30 Indiana
Death:
4 years
stepson
1875
Birth: about 1875 35 33 Indiana
Death:
4 years
stepdaughter
1878
Birth: about 1878 38 36 Indiana
Death:
Marriage

marriage date given as 1882 in the Indiana Marriage Collection

Burial

Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Plot: Sec Payn Row 17 Stn 8 (Find A Grave Memorial# 49016531)

Shared note

In the 1860 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 32-year-old Thomas H Alexander and his 31-year-old wife Sarah (McCaslin) Alexander and their two children, 6-year-old Mary E and 2-year-old Margaret E are living next door to her brother John McCaslin and John's wife Martha J (Alexander) McCaslin who is Thomas' sister.

In the 1870 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 42-year-old Thomas H Alexander and his 41-year-old wife Sarah have in their household their children, 16-year-old Mary E, 12-year-old Margaret E, 8-year-old Sarah E [Alice], 7-year-old George and 4-year-old Hattie. John and Martha McCaslin are no longer living next door.

In the 1880 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 26-yr old Mary E Alexander has married Clay Devore, been widowed and had her daughter Daisy die, and she is back living with her parents, Thomas and Sarah (McCaslin) Alexander.

In the 1900 US Federal Census for Needham, Johnson, Indiana, 61-year-old farmer Thomas Hendricks and his 45-year-old wife Mary E [Alexander Devore] Hendricks have been married 18 years. They have in their household the two surviving children of the four Mary has borne, 17-year-old Claude and 15-year-old Loren. The two children who died are Daisy Dean Devore who died when she was 1-1/2 years old and Ivy Grace Hendricks, who died when she was almost 12.

In the 1910 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 71-year-old Thomas Hendricks and his 57-year-old wife Mary E [Alexander Devore] Hendricks have been married 28 years. They have moved into town where they own their home free and clear of mortgage. Mary and Thomas' two sons, Claude and Loren, are still living.

The Evening Star, Tuesday, August 29, 1916
page 3 column 6
HOPEWELL.
The descendants of George and
Elizabeth Alexander, held a reunuion
Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George A McCaslin. About
forty were present. Because of the
rain, a big table was spread in a
wagon shed, where a delightful pic-
nic dinner was served. Those pres-
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. George Mc-
Caslin, Mr. and Mrs. John Z Hol-
comb and daughter, Beaulah, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Hendricks, Thomas
Alexander and family, Mr. and Mrs.
R. N. McCaslin and daughter, Clara
belle, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton
and son Lawrence Hugh, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil McCaslin and son Max,
Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander and
son, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
McCaslin and daughter Elizabeth
Louise, and Miss Belle McCaslin.
Special guests were T. C. List and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Chandlier and son
Gordon.

In the 1920 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 66-year-old, Indiana-born, widowed Mary E [Alexander Devore] Hendricks is living in a house ata 474 South Street, which she owns, free of mortgage. She has "none" listed as her occupation. She is literate and speaks English. Her father was born in Tennessee and her mother in Indiana.

The Franklin Evening Star, Saturday, April 24, 1926, Volume XLL Number 246, pages 1 and 6.
MRS. MARY HENDRICKS
DIES FRIDAY AFTER
PROTACTED ILLNESS


Prominent Resident
of Shiloh, Franklin;
Funeral Monday


Mrs. Mary Alexander Hendricks,
73, well known in Franklin and in
Johnson county, succumbed at her
home of Sourh street Friday after-
noon at 1:55 o'clock following a
three weeks' illness of appendicitis
and a complication of disease.
The deceased, a widow of the
late Thomas H. Hendricks, who
died several years ago, was a resi-
dent of the Shiloh community, east
of Franklin, practaically all of her
life. The family moved to Frank_
lin eighteen years ago, where Mrs.
Hendricks had since resided.
Funeral services will be be held at
the home on South street Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the
Rev. James Elder of Nashville,
Tenn. officiating. Burial will be
made in Greenlawn Cemetery.
Mary Alexander Hendricks was
the daughter of Thomas H. and
Sarah Alexander. She was born
in Johnson couty, September 12,
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MRS. MARY HENDRICKS


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1853. She was twice married, first
to Clay Devorce [sic] fifty-one years
ago. Mr. Devore died a year later.
To this union was born one
daughter, Daisy Dean Devore, who
died in infancy.
Many Relative Survive
The deceased was united in mar-
riage to Thomas H. Hendricks in
April 26, 1882. Three children,
Claude, Loren, and Grace Hen-
dricks were born to this union.
Grace Hendricks died at the age
of twelve years. Claude and Loren
Hendircks reside in Needham
township.
There are two step children,
Bert Hendricks of Acton and Mrs.
Emma McCoy of Atlanta, Ga.
Eight grandchildren and eight
step grandchildren also survive.
One brother, George Alexander,
of south of Franklin and two sis-
ters, Mrs. John Holcomb and Mrs.
Judson Devore of this county sur-
vive.
Mrs. Hendricks united with the
Shiloh C. P. church in December,
1870 and was one of the most faith-
ful attendants at uts services.