Person:Margaret Henderson (10)

Margaret Frances Henderson
m. 24 Dec 1917
  1. Larry William Henderson1918 - 2004
  2. Margaret Frances Henderson1919 - 1988
  3. James Louis Henderson1922 - 1972
  4. Armilda Roberts Henderson1924 - 1979
  5. Peachie Mae Henderson1928 - 1928
  6. Roy Morton Henderson1929 - 1929
  7. Baby Boy Henderson1929 - 1929
  8. Robert Edward Henderson1930 - 1930
  9. Fannie Roberta Henderson1932 - 2001
  10. John Henderson1934 - 1934
m. 10 Jan 1938
  1. Helen L. Moore1941 - 1943
Facts and Events
Name[1] Margaret Frances Henderson
Gender Female
Birth[2] 6 Oct 1919 Tippecanoe City, Miami County, Ohio
Marriage 10 Jan 1938 Winchester, Kentuckyto Harold J. Moore
Other Marriage Ending Status Death of one spouse
with Harold J. Moore
Death? 11 Sep 1988 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Burial? Sep 1988 Graceland Cemetery, Weston, Platte County, Missouri
Reference Number? 21
Soc Sec No? 494-40-7006

Obituary of Margaret F. Moore Margaret F. Moore

 Margaret F. Moore, 68, Weston in Platte County, died September 11, 1988 at St. Luke's Hospital.  She was born in Tipp City, Ohio and lived in Weston for 48 years.  Mrs. Moore was a member of the Christian Assembly Church, Weston.  Survivors include her husband, Harold Moore of the home; a son, David Moore, Ferrelview in Platte County; three daughters, Joyce Robinson, Judy Minyard and Betty Comer, and a brother, Larry Henderson, all of Weston; Two sisters; Roberta Taloff, Buckner, and Rosa Faudere, Weston; 22 grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.  Services will be at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday at the Vaughn Chapel, Weston.  Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 P.M. today at the chapel.

I often think about Aunt Margaret. She lived up the street from us and as a young boy I used to go visit her and Uncle Harold all the time. I see her face in my mind and I only have good memories of her and how she treated me. She was qucik to give me something to eat but yet I remember she demanded respect. Maybe she didn't demand respect but I always knew she deserved it. It is a bit funny how extended family was back then. She was my mother's sister and my Aunt but yet she was still a mother figure to me. I was lucky to have so many looking out for me when I was a kid. Darrell Warner

  1. Research done by and information and looked up by Darrell Warner. Tombstone in Graceland Cemetery located on Walnut Street in Weston, Platte County, Missouri.
  2. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Interview of Judith Ann (Moore) Minyard by Darrell Warner..