Born October 15, 1816, in White County, Tennessee. Henderson Linville was son of Zachariah Linville and Nancy Cash. He moved to northwest Missouri in 1840 where he met and married Ursula Sublette Day, daughter of Valentine Day and Elizabeth Adams, on June 17, 1840, in Buchanan County. They later moved, first to Gentry County, Missouri, then to Rawles Township, Mills County, Iowa, by 1870. He was 84 at time of death. Henderson and Ursula had five children: Nancy Elizabeth, Abraham Dawson, Barbara Q., Zachariah Franklin, and Minerva; plus many grandchildren and further descendants, who remember them. Henderson was a Civil War veteran. He first served in Company F, Regiment 15 Iowa Infantry and was discharged for illness. Later he re-enlisted and served as a sergeant in Company H, Second Regiment, Nebraska Cavalry Volunteers, GAR. He enlisted October 23, 1862, and was mustered out December 8, 1863. Henderson is described in his Civil War record as being 5' 8 1/2" tall, light in complexion, with blue eyes and dark hair. Henderson died Dec. 27, 1900. Ursula Day Linville was born April 15, 1823. Died March 1, 1913.
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