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David Henneberry

David Henneberry:  born Dec 19, 1856 in Wilmington, IL; died May 20, 1929 in Dalton City, IL.  Buried St. Isidore, Bethany, IL.  Parents:  James Henneberry and Bridget Dalton Henneberry.
    Married Mary Delahunty on Nov 27, 1883 near Dalton City.
    Mary Delahunty Henneberry:  1859-1942    buried St. Isidore, Bethany, IL.  Parents:  Richard Delahunty and Anne Nancy Fogarty.

In the 1920 Illinois census for Moultrie County (ED 167, line 34)   David and Mary were living in Dalton City, IL.

Children of David and Mary

James Henneberry:  1887-1888    buried St. Isidore

Walter Henneberry:  1885-1894  buried St. Isidore

Emmett Henneberry:  Oct 3, 1894 - June 25, 1970  buried St. Isidore
    married Agnes Bridget Morrison:   1893-1979  buried St. Isidore
    parents of Agnes:  James Morrison and Catherine McDermott

William Henneberry: 1887-1965  buried St. Isidore
    married Mary Alice Bresnan:   1898-1976  buried St. Isidore
    parents of Mary Alice:  Edward Bresnan and Mary Ann Hughes

Anna Marie:  1889-1970  buried St. Isidore
      married Arthur Ekiss 1914 in Bethany, IL

Mary Ellen (May):  1891-1985
    married Thomas Ekiss 1915 in Bethany, IL  (Arthur and Thomas were brothers)

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News Progress, Sullivan, IL.  Wednesday, December 29, 1999, page 5.
    "Maurice Eugene "Gene" Heneberry, 81, of Bethany died at 5:30 am Monday, Dec. 27, 1999 in St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur.  Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am Thursday in Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Church in Mt. Zion.  Burial, with military rites, will be in the St. Isidore Cemetery in Bethany with visitation from 6 to 8 tonight (Wednesday) in the McMullin-Young funeral Home in Bethany with a prayer service at 7:30 pm.
    Mr. Heneberry was born in Bethany on July 23, 1918, the son of Emmett D. and Agnes B. Morrison Heneberry.  he graduated in 1936 from Bethany High School, was employed by Brown Shoe Co. in Sullivan for five years, served as president and secretary of Moultrie County Rural Youth, served 25 years on the board of the Bethany Grain Co., including nine of those years as president, served three years as secretary for the  Moultrie County Soil and Water Dist. and served six years on the Moultrie County Regional Planning Commission.  He was a World War II Air Force veteran and was discharged as a Master Sergeant of Military Police.
    He served a one year term as president of the Moultrie County Historical and Genealogical Society and three years as trustee, served several years as supervisor of bin sites for A.S.C., worked five years for Coca Cola in Dallas, Texas, was past commander of Bethany Legion Post 507 and past post commander of Moultrie County, served several years on the Bethany Zoning Board, was a member of the Our Lade of the Holy Spirit Church in Mr. Zion and retired from farming after 36 years.  Mr. Heneberry was an avid gardener and loved to share his produce with friends.  he married Doris M. Hoskins Aug. 27, 1966 in Dalton City, and she survives.
    Other survivors include an aunt, Margaret Morrison of Decatur, a brother, Joseph Heneberry of St. Louis, and sisters, Dorothy Heneberry of Washington, D.C., and Maureen Nye of Albuquerque, N.M.  He was preceded in death by his parents.  Memorials are suggested to Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Church or the donor's choice."

David Margaret Emma
Lizzie Agnes Ambrose


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