Judith Ann Bourn  ‎(I31)‎
Given Names: Judith Ann
Surname: Bourn

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 14 June 1814 29 20 Franklin County, Kentucky, USA
Death: 22 March 1880 ‎(Age 65)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 14 June 1814 29 20 Franklin County, Kentucky, USA

Marriage William Hendrix - 25 November 1830 ‎(Age 16)‎ Oldham County, Kentucky


Note: On 22 November 1830 William Hendrix and James Hitt presented to the clerk of Oldham county court a letter of permission from Maryann Bourn guardian for Judith Ann Bourn to marry William Hendrix. The letter was signed by Maryann Bourn and two of her children Elizabeth and William Bourn. A sum of 50 pounds was paid for the license. -Jane
Death 22 March 1880 ‎(Age 65)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.

Last Change 27 September 2011 - 19:44:17 - by: Ellen Jane
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Parents Family  (F82)
Richard West Bourn
1785 - 1829
Mary Ann Lawrence
1794 - 1873
Judith Ann Bourn
1814 - 1880
Elizabeth Bourn
1816 -
Dr. William D. Bourn
1817 - 1900
Mary Ellen Bourn
1819 -
Dr. Richard West Bourn Jr.
1820 - 1917
Lucy Jane Bourn
1823 -
Sarah Mitchell Bourn
1825 -
Affie Gray Bourn
1821 -

Step-Parent Family  (F123)
William Samuel Rodman
-
Mary Ann Lawrence
1794 - 1873
Margaret Rodman
-
Susan Rodman
-
William Samuel Rodman
1846 - 1935
James Liberty Rodman
1852 - 1934

Immediate Family  (F4)
William Hendrix
1804 - 1873
James David Hendrix
1831 - 1916
Richard W. Hendrix
1833 -
Francis Merit Hendrix
1835 -
William Hendrix Jr
1837 - 1839
Thomas Bourn Hendrix
1838 - 1924
Lawrence Mitchell Hendrix
1841 - 1899
Dr. Whitley Gray Hendrix
1843 - 1934
Ellen Jane Hendrix
1844 - 1926
Mary Ann Hendrix
1847 -
Affie Lowen Hendrix
1849 - 1879
Lily Elizabeth Graves "Lizzie" Hendrix
1854 - 1929


Notes

Note
BURIAL NOTES

Judith, her husband William and several of their children are buried in, "Sunrise ‎(Rising Sun)‎ Christian Cemetery", North of Mexico, Township 52N, Range 9W, Section 35 - SW Corner of NW 1/4, Salt River Township, Audrain County, Mi ssouri, U.S.A.

Information transcribed from their headstones:

HENDRIX, William died 15 Dec 1873 aged 68 yrs 4 ms 3 da
Judith A. 14 June 1814 – 22 Mar 1880
HENDRIX, Lilly E.G. died Aug. 14, 1929
HENDRIX, Affie L. 17 Dec 1849 – 12 Dec 1879
HENDRIX, L.M. 24 Feb 1841 – 7 May 1899
Lucy J. wife of L.M. 9 Oct 1841 – 24 Mar 1906
Thomas B. Hendrix 6 Dec 1821 – 1 Jan 1925
Margaret Pierce his wife 10 June 1827 – 18 Sept 1924
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OBITUARY
Obituary clipping of Judith Ann Bourn Hendrix
Newspaper unknown with the top portion missing.

…She
…, 1873
…large fam-

…of the church
…she was, during
…many sorrows, yet she
…a great degree of for-
…de and endurance. Her faith, though
not of a demonstrative character, was suf-
ficient for her through all of he lonili-
ness and sorrow. She reared her large
family of children in credit and did not
fail to impress them with those heavenly
interests which adorn the pathway of life
and lead the soul to God and heaven. As
a wife she was as truly devoted as woman
can be; as a mother she was full of ten-
derness and affection; as an humble disci-
ple of Jesus she was pious and devout.
May those of her dear ones remain
here imitate her quiet, patient and lovely
disposition, and practice those virtues
that will make their end like hers, peace-
ful and happy.
Miss Lizzie, the poor blind daughter,
who mourns the loss of a mother as only
a poor blind girl can, will find comfort in
the hope of meeting the loved one in the
“sweet bye and bye.” In her sweet po-
etic visions she will often see her mother.
A mother enshrined in her loving heart
will be also enshrined in verse and song.
Be faithful, dear Lizzie, and you shall see
your mother again.
J. A. H.
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Note
CENSUS

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1840 United States Federal Census, Liberty Township, Callaway, Missouri, page 227, line 28, Enumerator Robert C. Hill

Head of Family - William Hendric
Male
1 - 30 and under 40 ‎(Would be William)‎
1- 20 and under 30 ‎(unknown)‎
2 - 5 and under 10 ‎(Would be James and Richard)‎
2 - under 5 ‎(Francis and Thomas)‎
Female
1 - 20 and under 30 ‎(Would be Judith)‎

Slaves
Male
1 - under 10
Female
1 - under 10

Number of persons employed in the family - 1 listed under "agriculture"
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1850 United States Federal Census, District 4, Audrain County, Missouri, page 169, lines 16 through 20, dwelling no.194, family number 211, enumerated 21 August 1850 by W. P. Harrison.

Wm. Hendrix, 46 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - farmer, value of real estate owned - $900.00
Judith A., 35 female, place of birth - Kentucky
James D., 18 male, place of birth - Kentucky
Richard, 16 male, place of birth - Kentucky
Franklin, 15 male, place of birth - Kentucky ‎(would be Francis)‎
Launance, 9 male, place of birth - Missouri ‎(would be Lawrence)‎
Whitney, 7 male, place of birth - Missouri ‎(would be Whitley)‎
Ellen, 5 female, place of birth - Missouri
Mary A., 3 female, place of birth - Missouri
Affiah, 6 month female, place of birth - Missouri
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1850 United States Federal Census, Placerville and Vicinity, El Dorado, California, page 606, enumerated 22 November 1850 by Andrew Copfinbeny

Lines 22 - 25, Dwelling Number ‎(blank)‎, Family Number 20
Madison Davis, 27 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - blank, cannot read or write.
James Sims, 22 male, place of birth Missouri, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - blank
William Barnett, 22 male, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - $200.00.
John Dingle, 30 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - $1,000.00.

Line 34, Dwelling Number ‎(blank)‎, Family Number 20
Leander P Pearson 20 male, place of birth - North Carolina, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $4.00, value of real estate owned - blank

Line 37 - 39, Dwelling Number ‎(blank)‎, Family Number 31
William D Bourne, 32 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - blank
William Hendrix, 45 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - $1200.00
James Hendrix, 19 male, place of birth - Kentucky, occupation - mining for gold, approximate dollar amount of gold mined each day - $5.00, value of real estate owned - blank

These and many other men from Audrain County, who sought their fortunes in the gold fields, are on this same census page. They match the names of the men listed in the article, "California Emmigrants" ‎(See image below in MEDIA section.)‎ It is interesting to note that these men were all listed twice on the 1850 census, once in their hometowns and again in California.
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1860 United States Federal Census, The City of Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, pg 107 lines 32-40, page 108 lines 1-3, dwelling 869 ‎(863)‎ 864 and 865, family 850, 851, page 107 enumerated 1 July 1860, page 108 enumerated 19th of July by J. Jackson.

Page 107
Dwelling before is 862
Dwelling ‎(869?)‎ Family 850
Name Wm. Hendricks – Age 53, male, occupation – collector of taxes, value of real estate – 4580, value of personal estate – 3800., birthplace – Kentucky
Name – Judeth Hendricks, age 46, female, occupation - H keeper, birthplace – Missouri
Name – W. G. Hendricks, Age 17, male, occupation – Student, birthplace – Missouri, attended school within the year
Name – E. J. Hendricks, age 15, female, Sss ‎(Seamstress?)‎ Hk ‎(house keeper?)‎, birthplace – Missouri, attended school within the year
Name – M. A. Hendricks, age 12, male, birthplace – Missouri, attended school within the year
Name – A. L. Hendricks, age 10, female, birthplace – Missouri, attended school within the year
Dwelling 864, Family 850
Name – E. G. Hendricks, age 6, male, birthplace – Missouri, ‎(This is Elizabeth Graves a female)‎
Dwelling 865, Family 850
Name - L. H. Dejarnett, age 59, female, widowed housekeeper, value of real estate 2700, value of personal estate – 7600, birthplace – Virgina
Name – B. B. H. D. Dejarnatt, age 25, male, occupation – carpenter, birthplace – Missouri
Page 108
Dwelling 865, Family 851
Name - H. Dejarnatt, age 35, male, occupation carpenter, value of real estate – 400., value of personal estate – 150., birthplace – Tennessee
Name – M. Dejarnatt, age 20, female, occupation – housekeeper, birthplace – Missouri
Name – S. W. Criswell, age 7, female, birthplace – Missouri, attended school within the year
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1870 United States Federal Census, Post Office Williamsburg, Nine Mile Prairie Township, Callaway County, Missouri, page 46, line s 22-27, dwelling 308, family 322, enumerated on 19th and 20th of August 1870 by C.W. ‎(B?)‎

Name – Wm. Hendrix, age 65, male, white, occupation – farmer, value of real estate –1200., value of personal estate – 600, birth place – Kentucky
Name – Judith Hendrix, age 56, female, white, occupation – keeping house, birth place – Kentucky
Name – Lizzie Hendrix, age 16, female, white, occupation – at home, birth place – Missouri, Blind
Name – Nancy Hendrix, age 16, female, black, occupation – at home, birth place – Missouri, cannot read or write
Name –George Hendrix, age 14, male, black, occupation – at home, birth place – Missouri, cannot read or write
Name –Sam Hendrix, age 12, male, black, occupation – at home, birth place – Missouri, cannot read or write
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Note
Note of consent from Maryann Bourn for the marriage of Judith Ann Bourn and William Hendrix to take place.


Oldham County Kentucky
I do hereby certify that I am willing the Clerk of Oldham County Court shall issue a license authorizing the marriage of William Hendrix and Judith Ann Bourn. Given under my name and seal this 20th Nov. 1830

___? Maryann Bourn ‎(seal)‎
Guardian for Judith Ann Bourn
Elizabeth Bourn

William Bourn


Know all men by these present that Mr William Hendrix and James Hitt are held and firmly bound unto the commonwealth of Kentucky in the sum of fifty pounds the payment of which will ‎(and truly?)‎ to be made ‎(do?)‎ bind ourselves our heirs executors and administrators jointly and ‎(severally?)‎ by these present. Sealed and dated this 22nd day of November 1830. The condition of this obligation is such that a license hath this day ‎(issued?)‎ from the Clerks office of the Oldham County Court for the marriage of the said William Hendrix to ‎(Miss?)‎ Judith Ann Bourn. Mrs. Mary Ann Bourn the guardian of the said Judith Ann having sent her written consent thereto. Now if there should be no lawful cause to obstruct the marriage intended to be solemnized between the parties aforesaid then this obligation to be void; else to remain in full force and ___?
Teste Jon _? T. Berry Clk William Hendrix ‎(seal)‎
James Hitt ‎(seal)‎



This transcription is from a xerox copy of a document from the personal collection of William E. Ward. He did much of his research at the LDS library, it is a copy of a copy they have in their posession on microfilm. We will have to research Oldham County records to verify this document. This document fully displays the actual signatures and writing of Maryann Bourn, and the signatures of William Hendrix, William Bourn, and Elizabeth Bourn.

Please note with the old style of writing how it is EASY to mistake the signatures as Bowen instead of Bourn, could be the reason we find items so often that people have transcribed and listed known Bourn family members under the name Bowen. Also note when Maryann signs her name she has a slight separation between Mary and ann but the A is lower case. The Clerk however writes her name as two separate words and places a capital A at the beginning of Ann. I think the ladies name by her own handwriting on a legal document is Maryann, one word, an “Americanized” version of her french grandmothers name Marianne.


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Marriage license of William Hendrix and Judith Ann Bourn

Oldham County Kentucky
I do hereby certify that I am willing the Clerk of Oldham County Court shall issue a license authorizing the marriage of William Hendrix and Judith Ann Bourn. Given under my name and seal this 20th Nov. 1830

___? Maryann Bourn ‎(seal)‎

Guardian for Judith Ann Bourn

Elizabeth Bourn
William Bourn


Know all men by these present that Mr William Hendrix and James Hitt are held and firmly bound unto the commonwealth of Kentucky in the sum of fifty pounds the payment of which will ‎(and truly?)‎ to be made ‎(do?)‎ bind ourselves our heirs executors a nd administrators jointly and ‎(severally?)‎ by these present. Sealed and dated this 22nd day of November 1830. The condition of this obligation is such that a license hath this day ‎(issued?)‎ from the Clerks office of the Oldham County Court for th e marriage of the said William Hendrix to ‎(Miss?)‎ Judith Ann Bourn. Mrs. Mary Ann Bourn the guardian of the said Judith Ann having sent her written consent thereto. Now if there should be no lawful cause to obstruct the marriage intended to be so lemnized between the parties aforesaid then this obligation to be void; else to remain in full force and ___?
Teste Jon _? T. Berry Clk William Hendrix ‎(seal)‎
James Hitt ‎(seal)‎



This transcription is from a xerox copy of a document from the personal collection of William E. Ward. He did much of his research at the LDS library, it is a copy of a copy they have in their posession on microfilm. We will have to research Oldham County records to verify this document. This document fully displays the actual signatures and writing of Maryann Bourn, and the signatures of William Hendrix, William Bourn, and Elizabeth Bourn.

Please note with the old style of writing how it is EASY to mistake the signatures as Bowen instead of Bourn, could be the reason we find items so often that people have transcribed and listed known Bourn family members under the name Bowen. Also note when Maryann signs her name she has a slight separation between Mary and ann but the A is lower case. The Clerk however writes her name as two separate words and places a capital A at the beginning of Ann. I think the ladies name by her own h andwriting on a legal document is Maryann, one word, an “Americanized” version of her french grandmothers name Marianne.
Transcription completed 30 October 2007 -Jane

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MARRIAGE RECORD

William Hendrix to Judith Ann Bourn licence‎[sp]‎ dated November 23
1830 marriage ceremony performed November 25th 1830.
The above marriage ceremonies were performed by me on the date
therein named
B. Allan

A typed note is on the bottom of the copy:
In the Index, the name Mary Ann was written following the name Judith Ann. This could be her mother's name.
Oldham County Marriage Records
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Note
A letter written to Richard West Hendrix and his family from his mother Judith Ann Bourn Hendrix.

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1 page February, the, 8 day, 1877,

Dear Dick & Lizzie & children I will
try & answer your kind & welcome letter, i
was glad to hear that you was well, it
found us well, all but Nancy she has
had a riser on her right hand for three
weeks & now got the chickens pocks it don’t
seem to hurt very bad, i have all the house work
to do uncle Billy & Rany‎(?)‎ milks we have
three cows with young calves, but the
good lord hast blest me with better health
than i uster have, that Mother Noble surthen
surrup that your poor father got for me a
year before he died cured me of my old
complaint, i feel a little touch of it sometimes
if i had not got better before he went off
i could not stood what i have, but now i
have so much to do it keeps my mind off
of him & Affa & Lizzie all three
gone from me Lizzie in Saint Lewis

2 page

Affa is the same way no worse & the
Drs says she cant be cured i want to go
an see her this summer, Lizzie went back
to her school the middle of October she would
went sooner but Lum & Mary & ther
children come down to see us & stayd a week
would of stayed longer but was afred of cold
wether thay came in spring waggon did
not cost them eny thing only crosen the river,
they have four rite pretty children, i tell
ther names, Cally Lowen & William Pollard
& Lizzie Wellburn & Daisy Dean, the
boy looks like Dickey did when I seen him
last thay were gone from home four weeks
thay stayd with Lum kin I boon County
left ther things in Callys ceare & mr Ewells
Cally has to babys she lost too, her oldest,
Scot Wisdom was here when Mary was
I do not know whare hee is at this time hee
maks his home at his sisters frank Halls
in boon County Halls vill is the post
office I think, hee rides a bout all the

3 page

time selling tombs stons for a mr Farley
in marchel sealeane county, he go to Lum often
your aunt Mag Headington lives in mexico
she has no children, Sue Woodard lives on a
farme a mile this side of mexico she has too
a boys, sue moss that was married a mr
dieson thay have one child a boy, too of mr Harris
boys is married Jim & John, thay are all well
at Mits & Toms, I have not heard from Whitley
for a long time, Mit has got to be post master
the last I heard from frank he was a goen
to move further out in texes, I heare from
Ellen often thay are well, it has been very
cold this winter thare have been a heep of sickness
& a good many deaths old man goatley is dead
& Henry DeJohnett, & Sam Duly & ike
Black, and John Dingles wife & Henry
Williams wife & old Mrs Carter that is
Jim Carters mother, they died with the
pneumonia, the most of them, thar has
been a great many more, thar has been
a heep of changes since you was here

4 page

a heep new comers moven in & some a goin
out, you would not know the place now, your
cosen Mag Ellis is dead she died last fall
I will cut this peace out & put in the letter
so you can read how she kild herself, she
was fixen to go to a party & thought she
would take a big dose to keep the chills
off, I felt so sorry for her and her brother
when I go to fulton I will ask about him
I will have to stop I make such a poor out
in spelling & writing, I think Dick mite
come & see me one more time, if you all
cant, I have got as mutch love for my
children as I ever had & I know I had as
mutch as eny mother ever had, I pray
the lord to watch over you all is my prair
you writ when you can, my love to all
from your Mother


‎(upside down at the top of the page is written the following)‎

tell ida she must learn fast an
write to me, I know she is smart & pretty,
I would like to see her & Matty & Dicky,
it apers to me like thay are little children
yiet, I would like to have ther pictors,
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Of interest Judith mentions having taken "Mother Noble surthen surrup and says it cured her of her old complaint I was curious as to whqat her complaint meight be so I looked up and found the following...
"Mother Noble's Healing Syrup," according to the label, was "prepared by Dr. E. P. Huyler, successor to Abel King, MD.., Clark Johnson Medicine Co., Props., New York." It was sold inder the claim made on the trade package that it was an effective remedy for all the diseases of the liver, kidneys, stomach, bowels, skin and blood, and an unfailing remedy for dyspepsia, fever, ague and rheumatism, as well as a cure for kidney disease, piles and dropsy. The federal chemists reported that the syrup was a watery solution of a vegetable cathartic drug containing a large amount of undissolved material, mostly licorice, and containing, too, iron chlorid, Epsom salts, and sand. The authorities charged that the claims made were recklessly and wantonly false and fraudulent. The Clark Johnson Medicine Company pleaded guilty and was fined $40. - ‎{Notice of Judgement No. 4579.}‎
Volume 70
Number 10
Jour. A.m.a.
March 9, 1918

taken from Propaganda for Reform page 719
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Marriage On 22 November 1830 William Hendrix and James Hitt presented to the clerk of Oldham county court a letter of permission from Maryann Bourn guardian for Judith Ann Bourn to marry William Hendrix. The letter was signed by Maryann Bourn and two of her children Elizabeth and William Bourn. A sum of 50 pounds was paid for the license. -Jane
Marriage On 22 November 1830 William Hendrix and James Hitt presented to the clerk of Oldham county court a letter of permission from Maryann Bourn guardian for Judith Ann Bourn to marry William Hendrix. The letter was signed by Maryann Bourn and two of her children Elizabeth and William Bourn. A sum of 50 pounds was paid for the license. -Jane

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Family with Parents
Father
Richard West Bourn ‎(I232)‎
Birth 4 May 1785 42 16 , , Virginia, U.S.A.
Death 12 March 1829 ‎(Age 43)‎ Kentucky
9 years
Mother
 
Mary Ann Lawrence ‎(I234)‎
Birth 30 January 1794 17 Shelby County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 29 June 1873 ‎(Age 79)‎ Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.

Marriage: 10 March 1812 -- Franklin County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
2 years
#1
Judith Ann Bourn ‎(I31)‎
Birth 14 June 1814 29 20 Franklin County, Kentucky, USA
Death 22 March 1880 ‎(Age 65)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
19 months
#2
Sister
Elizabeth Bourn ‎(I244)‎
Birth about 1816 30 21
Death Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
1 year
#3
Brother (Birth)
Dr. William D. Bourn ‎(I245)‎
Birth about 1817 31 22 Shelby County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 9 February 1900 ‎(Age 83)‎ Fulton, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#4
Sister (Birth)
Mary Ellen Bourn ‎(I246)‎
Birth about 1819 33 24 Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death Yes
14 months
#5
Brother (Birth)
Dr. Richard West Bourn Jr. ‎(I248)‎
Birth 7 March 1820 34 26 Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 23 November 1917 ‎(Age 97)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
3 years
#6
Sister (Birth)
Lucy Jane Bourn ‎(I260)‎
Birth about 1823 37 28 Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death Yes
2 years
#7
Sister (Birth)
Sarah Mitchell Bourn ‎(I262)‎
Birth about 1825 39 30 Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death Yes
-4 years
#8
Sister (Birth)
Affie Gray Bourn ‎(I265)‎
Birth about 1821 35 26 Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death Yes
Mother's Family with William Samuel Rodman
Step-Father
William Samuel Rodman ‎(I340)‎
Birth Kentucky
Death Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Mother
Mary Ann Lawrence ‎(I234)‎
Birth 30 January 1794 17 Shelby County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 29 June 1873 ‎(Age 79)‎ Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.

Marriage:   -- Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri
#1
Half-Sister (Birth)
Margaret Rodman ‎(I341)‎
Birth Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri
Death Yes
#2
Half-Sister (Birth)
Susan Rodman ‎(I342)‎
Birth Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri
Death Yes
#3
Half-Brother
William Samuel Rodman ‎(I585)‎
Birth 21 November 1846 52 La Grange, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 7 September 1935 ‎(Age 88)‎ Age: "88 years, 8 months, 16 days" Cleveland Township, Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
6 years
#4
Half-Brother (Birth)
James Liberty Rodman ‎(I590)‎
Birth 16 December 1852 58
Death 23 February 1934 ‎(Age 81)‎ Age: "82 Years, 0 Months, 7 Days" Rocky Fork Township, Boone County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Family with William Hendrix
Husband
William Hendrix ‎(I29)‎
Birth 12 August 1804 21 19 Westport, Oldham County, Kentucky, U.S.A. OR North Carolina
Death 15 December 1873 ‎(Age 69)‎ Age: 69 ‎(Obituary information)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
10 years

 
Judith Ann Bourn ‎(I31)‎
Birth 14 June 1814 29 20 Franklin County, Kentucky, USA
Death 22 March 1880 ‎(Age 65)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.

Marriage: 25 November 1830 -- Oldham County, Kentucky
1 year
#1
Son
James David Hendrix ‎(I32)‎
Birth 1 December 1831 27 17 Westport, Oldham County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 16 November 1916 ‎(Age 84)‎ Age: 84 Years 11 Months 15 Days Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri, USA
2 years
#2
Son
Richard W. Hendrix ‎(I33)‎
Birth 19 September 1833 29 19 Westport, Oldham County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
17 months
#3
Son
Francis Merit Hendrix ‎(I34)‎
Birth 2 March 1835 30 20 Westport, Oldham County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death Sayre, Oklahoma ‎(State or Territory)‎
3 years
#4
Son
William Hendrix Jr ‎(I35)‎
Birth 19 August 1837 33 23 Westport, Oldham County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Death 1839 ‎(Age 16 months)‎
16 months
#5
Son (Birth)
Thomas Bourn Hendrix ‎(I41)‎
Birth 14 December 1838 34 24 Callaway County, Missouri
Death 31 December 1924 ‎(Age 86)‎ Age: 86 years 17 days Salt River Township, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#6
Son
Lawrence Mitchell Hendrix ‎(I36)‎
Birth 24 February 1841 36 26 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 7 May 1899 ‎(Age 58)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#7
Son
Dr. Whitley Gray Hendrix ‎(I37)‎
Birth 1 January 1843 38 28 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 15 March 1934 ‎(Age 91)‎ Age: 91 years, 2 months, 15 days New London, Spencer Township, Ralls County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#8
Daughter
Ellen Jane Hendrix ‎(I28)‎
Birth 14 December 1844 40 30 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 1 August 1926 ‎(Age 81)‎ Age: 81 Years 7 Months 17 Days At her last residence. In the home of her son Maurice V. Ward - 608 East 43rd Street, Kaw Township, Jackson County, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.
3 years
#9
Daughter
Mary Ann Hendrix ‎(I38)‎
Birth 15 October 1847 43 33 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#10
Daughter
Affie Lowen Hendrix ‎(I39)‎
Birth December 1849 45 35 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 12 December 1879 ‎(Age 30)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
5 years
#11
Daughter
Lily Elizabeth Graves "Lizzie" Hendrix ‎(I40)‎
Birth 11 July 1854 49 40 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 14 August 1929 ‎(Age 75)‎ Liberty Township, Auxvasse R.F.D., Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.


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