This is the information that I am going by concerning:Christopher Hendrickson, born 1809 in Carroll Co., Maryland, Married Rebecca Molar, born February 22, 1809 in Carroll Co., Maryland in 1833. They were the parents of 7 children born from 1834 to 1845. They were: Susie, who died in 1930; Sam; John; a son who died in 1863 in the Civil War; another son who died in 1864 in the Civil War; a daughter who died in infancy, and William Henry. Christopher died in 1854 and Rebecca died February 13, 1890. Both are buried in Sidener Cemetery, Fayette Co., Illinois. Christopher and Rebecca Hendrickson Soon after their marriage in 1833, they went to Ohio, dissatisfied, returned to Maryland, where their children were all born. In summer of 1845, went back to Ohio. In fall of 1853 moved to near St. Elmo, Ill, Fayette Co., where their family grew up. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were presidents of the United States when Christopher and Rebecca were born. (Obituary from the Belton Herald, July 9, 1925, Front page) Wm. Henry Hendrickson was born May 27, 1841, in Carroll County, Md., and died at the old home place in Kansas, July 1, 1925, at the age of 84 years, 1 month and 4 days. From Maryland he moved to Ohio in 1845, then to Fayette County, Ill., in 1854, where he was united in marriage to Miss Martha Jane Stigall on Oct. 8, 1861. To this union 7 children were born, 4 girls and 3 boys, all of whom are living, Lavina E. Howe, Peabody, Ks., Lilla M. Black, Pleasanton, Ks., Lucy A. Miller, Cleveland, Mo., Nettie M. Fleming, of the home place, Chas. W. Hendrickson, Belton, Mo, H.E. Hendrickson, Bucyrus, Ks., and J.H. Hendrickson, Cleveland, Mo. Besided the children he leaves 34 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren and on sister, Mrs. S. R. Hendrickson of Peabody, Ks. to mourn his loss. His wife preceeded him to the great beyond some ten years ago. He enlisted in the Army in 1861 and served throughout the Civil War with Co. F, 7th Ill Cav. They left Illinois in fall of 1869 and traveled to Kansas in a covered wagon where they homesteaded the place at which he passed away. He united with the M.E. Church when a young man. Rev. J.C. Needles, former paster of the Belton Methodist Church, had charge of the funeral..