1906 Thompson HENRY reunion
Jamestown, Boone County, Indiana
Friday, 31 August 1906 page 1
ANNUAL REUNION of HENRY FAMILY
The annual reunion of the HENRY family was held at the home of Thompson HENRY, east of Jamestown, Tuesday. Quite early relatives and friends began driving in and in a short time the crowd had attained the number of seventy, sixty-seven of whom were immediate relatives of the HENRY family. After mingling with each other in social chat and general enjoyment until noon, they all repaired to a sumptuous feast, which has always been a feature of this reunion. After appeasing their appetites in a most hearty manner the evening was spent indulging in reminiscences of the past, some speeches being made quite an interesting address. Miss Cora JACKSON rendered a few selections. Relatives were there from Ladoga, Lebanon and Crawfordsville. Late in the evening, after singing two appropriate songs, the people began to leave for their homes feeling that they had been royally entertained, and expressing hopes that nothing might present itself in the future to mar the repetition of this meeting in another year.
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