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Marriage: Children:
  1. Murial Hendrick: Birth: 24 APR 1796 in Pownal, Bennington County, VT, USA. Death: in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA

  2. Thomas Hendrick: Birth: 19 MAR 1798 in Pownal, Bennington County, VT, USA. Death: 12 JUL 1873 in Silver Lake, Martin County, MN, USA

  3. Hannah Hendrick: Birth: 13 JUN 1800 in Pownal, Bennington County, VT, USA. Death: ABT 1862 in Harvard, McHenry County, IL, USA

  4. Morris S. Hendrick: Birth: 08 JUN 1802 in Pownal, Bennington County, VT, USA. Death: 14 SEP 1865 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA

  5. Elihu Thomas Hendrick: Birth: 06 MAR 1804 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 19 OCT 1890 in Koylton, Tuscola County, MI, USA

  6. Stephen H. Hendrick: Birth: 04 JUN 1806 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 18 APR 1875 in Montgomery Center, Franklin County, VT, USA

  7. William Hendrick: Birth: 20 OCT 1808 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 19 AUG 1828 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA

  8. Joel Thomas Hendrick: Birth: 16 AUG 1810 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 09 NOV 1883 in Ellington, Tuscola County, MI, USA

  9. Lexa (Lexie) M. Hendrick: Birth: 15 SEP 1812 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 20 OCT 1847 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA

  10. Hiram Thomas Hendrick: Birth: 19 JUN 1817 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 13 DEC 1902 in Lone Tree Twp, Central City, Merrick County, NE, USA

  11. James Parker Hendrick: Birth: 15 JUL 1819 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA. Death: 29 JAN 1893 in Enosburg, Franklin County, VT, USA


Sources
1. Source:   S610
2. Title:   Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick, Location: Copy with Compiler, Original with Donald Hotchkin
Publication:   None
Source:   S610
Author:   Talma Clark Hendrick

Notes
a. Continued:   Daniel Henrick Genealogy, "He learned the blacksmith trade of Stephen House, in Bennington, VT. In 1803 he bought a farm in Enosburg, VT which he cleared and worked in connection with his trade. Enlisted as a private in war of 1812. He was at the battle of Plattsburg. He was a deacon of the Baptist church, a Whig and later a Republican." Talma C. said in his diary, a copy of which is in the possession of the Compiler that Talma moved to Enosburg in 1803, was a soldier in war of 1812 and was deacon of Baptist church at Enosburg Falls.
According to Talma, all of his children were farmers.
b. Note:   Information copied from Pownal town records by Talma. C. Hendrick.


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