Laura Caroline Henry

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ChartsAncestors of Adele La Force
Francis Cooke to Adele (Force) Cooke
Francis Eaton to Adele (Force) Cooke
James Chilton to Adele (Force) Cooke
Catherine, Dutchess of Cambridge and Adele (Force) Cooke
King Edward III to Adele (La Force) Cooke
James Abram Garfield - Adele (Force) Cooke
William Howard Taft - Adele (Force) Cooke
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - Adele (Force) Cooke
Laura Caroline Henry, daughter of Dr. Simeon Zelotus Henry, MD and Laura Canfield White, was born at La Prairie, Quebec, Canada, 30 April 1825 (or perhaps 1824.)1,2,3,4,5,6 She died at Hopewell, Mercer Co., New Jersey, 10 May 1903, and was buried at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, 13 May 1903.7,1

Laura married (1) William Hardie, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), at Troy, Rensselaer Co., New York, 16 August 1841;8 she married (2) Thomas Bain Jackson, son of Archibald Jack and Marion Bain, 24 January 1854.9,10,11

From the Troy Budget, 17 Aug 1841: Married - In this city last evening by Rev. Dr. Snodgrass, William Hardie Esq. of Montreal to Laura C. Henry, second daughter of Dr. Henry of this city.

A note from Sarah (Henry) Covel to either Emma (Force) Atkins or Adele (Force) Cooke reads,
"My Father & Mother were married on the 17th day of Nov 1814 in the village of Troy, State of New York. So that he must have gone to the states to study before he was married for it was then that he met my mother and then moved back. All of the children were born in La Prarie but your mother who was born in Montreal-we all came to the states except my eldest brother who came sometime before us. I was 9 years old when we moved to the states and was married at 20."

The note is unsigned and unaddressed.

She died at Fairview Farm and was buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Lot 19680, Section F.

Family 1

William Hardie b. abt. 1817, d. 30 Oct 1852
Children
  • James Henry Hardie12,13 b. Sep 1841
  • Sarah Hardie10 b. say 1844, d. abt. 1847
  • George "Fishburne" Hardie12 b. 1846, d. 2 Oct 1869
  • Laura Caroline Hardie12,9,14 b. 1849, d. 18 Jan 1877

Family 2

Thomas Bain Jackson b. 10 Oct 1824, d. 21 Mar 1904
Children
  • William Edgar Jackson9,15 b. May 1855
  • Charles Andrew Jackson15 b. abt. 1858
  • Marion Bain Jackson10 b. say 1861, d. say 1861
  • Marion Bain Jackson+11,15,14 b. 27 Jul 1863, d. 7 Mar 1905
  • Elizabeth Finley Jackson15,10 b. 4 Nov 1865, d. 7 Dec 1911
  • Thomas Bain Jackson Jr.15 b. abt. 1868

Citations

  1. [S1015] Laura Caroline Jackson, Death Certificates, File No. 19950 (1903), New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Trenton, New Jersey.
  2. [S458] United States Census for 1860 [Eighth Census of the United States], 1st District, 10th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, population schedule, sheet 139/141, dwelling 736, family 1035, T B Jackson household, age 35, born in New York. Census calls her "Lydia", digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication M653, 1438 rolls, roll #769.
  3. [S457] United States Census for 1850 [Seventh Census of the United States], City of Troy, 4th Ward, Rensselaer County, New York, population schedule, sheet 147/291, dwelling 1174, family 2180, William Hardy household, age 24, born in Canada, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication M432, 1009 rolls, roll #584.
  4. [S586] New York State Census, 1875, 9th Election District, 20th Ward, Kings Co., NY, Thomas B. Jackson household, sheet 20, dwelling #131, family #147, age 50, born in L. Canada.
  5. [S460] United States Census for 1880 [Tenth Census of the United States], Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 205, sheet 10B, dwelling 70, family 77, Thomas B. Jackson household, age 55, born in New York, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication T9, 1454 rolls, roll #854.
  6. [S584] New York State Census, 1855, 2nd Election District, 10th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Mr. Jackson household, dwelling #564, family #874, age 30, born Canada, FHL Film #1930198, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  7. [S281] Burial Inquiry Results, online http://www.green-wood.com/
  8. [S152] Troy, New York, Marriage notices appearing in the Troy newspapers, 1797-1860, FHL microfilm 1437397, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Troy marriage notices.
  9. [S584] New York State Census, 1855, Kings Co., Mr. Jackson household.
  10. [S156] Lillian Jackson Voorhees, "Family Record of Our Grandmother", 30 Jan 1959 (New Jersey). Statement of Lillian Voorhees of what her "Grandma told me",.
  11. [S147] Brooklyn, New York, Marriage certificates 1866-1937, Marriage Certificate #2568, FHL microfilm 1544062, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Kings County Marriage Licenses.
  12. [S457] US Census for 1850, City of Troy, 4th Ward, Rensselaer County, New York, pop. sch., sheet 147/291, dwelling 1174, family 2180, William Hardy hshld.
  13. [S1692] Northampton Town Hall, Northampton, Massachusetts, Northampton Vital Records, 1654-1872, 143, FHL microfilm 186162, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Northampton Vital Records.
  14. [S586] New York State Census, 1875, Kings Co., NY, Thomas B. Jackson household.
  15. [S219] Kings County, New York, Wills and Indexes, 1787-1923, 325:194-199,332-338, FHL microfilm 1845000, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Kings Co., NY Wills.