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State Hospital for the Insane

History of Northeast Missouri, Chapter XII, by Ovid Bell, Fulton

Judge Henderson was a son of Daniel Henderson, who died July 10, 1828, and was the second person buried in Old Auxvasse Presbyterian church cemetery, the first person buried in the cemetery being a child. Judge Henderson was a successful merchant in Pulton from 1830 to 1842, when he was elected county treasurer, and he held that position until he became treasurer of the State Hospital. He continued as treasurer of the hospital until 1883. Judge Henderson assisted in organizing the Fulton branch of the Western Bank of Missouri in 1857 and became its cashter, continuing in the position until after the beginning of the Civil war, when the bank went into liquidation. The bank was the first in Callaway county, and the Callaway Bank of Fulton traces its history back to it. Judge Henderson lived many years in a brick house on the north side of the courthouse square in Fulton. His wife was Emily Boone, daughter of Jesse Boone and granddaughter of Daniel Boone. He died in Fulton in January, 1884.

Source: Walter Williams, Ed., A History of Northeast Missouri (1913), Vol I p 297ff; google books beta (http://books.google.com/books?id=pJFfcJtFdaUC : accessed 3 January 2009).



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