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Emma Dady (1846-1908) and Fulton Henderson (1834-1906)

Emma Dady (1846-1908)
Daughter of Frederick Dady (b.c.1916) and Letitia Cranfield (1828-1897)
Born in Moulmein, Burma on 30 July 1846
Baptised in Moulmein, Burma on 20 September 1846
Married at Seetabuldee, Trichinipoly to Fulton Henderson (1833-1906) on 27 April 1863
Emma and Fulton had 11 children
Died of a heart disease in Madras on 25 June 1908
Buried at St Andrew’s Church, Madras on 25 June 1908

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Isabella Letitia Henderson (1864-1941). 
(i)
Married William John McDonald (1857-1880) at Bellary on 7 June 1880. William died in Raniket, Bengal in 1880
(ii)
Married Robert Thomas Hayes (1859-1898) in Madras on 20 February 1895. Robert was the son of Thomas Hayes
Two step-children from Hayes previous marriage.
1.William Hayes (b.1884)
 born in India 20 June 1884
2.James Francis Hayes (1886-1906)
born in India on 27 June 1886, died in Multan, Bengal on 22 November 1906.
Isabella and Robert had two children.
(1) Fulton Hayes (1896-1955)
, born in Madras 28 May 1896, baptised at St Andrew’s Church, Madras on 25 June 1896. Died in Baghdad, Iraq in 1955.
(2)
Thomas Hayes (1897) born in Madras on 19 October 1897. Baptised at St Andrew’s Church, Madras on 13 February 1898. Married Nellie Beatrice Bloor in Lucknow, Bengal on 21 November 1921.
Robert Thomas Hayes
(1859-1898) died in Wandalli, Secunderabad in 1898
(iii)
Married George Henry Crampton (1865-1941), born in Sevenoaks, Kent on 17 October 1865, died in Southend-on Sea on 26 January 1941.
Isabella and George had a son
George Henry Crampton
died in Southend-on-Sea on 16 January 1941.
Frederick George Crampton (1901-1975)

Born in Madras 14 June 1901
Married Adele Farrow (1899-1993)
They had five children:
Frederick George Crampton died in Northampton UK on 16 June 1975. 1.George Crampton (b.1926), born in India 1926. 2. Frederick Crampton (b.1929) born in India 1929. 3.Ronald Crampton (1930-2004), born in India 1930, and died in Northampton on 30 October 2004 and 4.Maurice Arnold Crampton (1933-2005) born in India on 31 March 1933 and died in Longfield, Kent on 1st July 2005, married Rita Eggleton (b.1933), born in Reading in 1933, they had two children. 5.Isabella Letitia Henderson died in Calcutta and was buried on 14 June 1941
Isabella died in Southend on Sea on 26 January 1941

Frederick Fulton Henderson (b.1865)

Henry Ireland Henderson (1868-1946) Married Victoria Charlotte Elizabeth Snow (1871-1953). Two children Fulton Ridsdale Henderson (1894-1941) and Donald Henderson (b.1900)

Ada Henderson (b.1871). Married (i) Daniel Joseph Kelly (1860-1901). Cheshire RegimentChildren: Ada Rose ‘Birdie’ Kelly, Charles Kelly, Agnes ‘Tootsie’ Kelly (1897-1976), Millicent Jessie Kelly (1899-1901) Daniel Kelly (1901-1901)  (ii) Charles Henry Parsons (1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment). They had three children Annie Parsons (b.1903), Harry Parsons (b.1905) and Mary Parsons (b.1908) 

Edwin Percy Henderson (1875-1895), Born in Rangoon on 30 November 1875. Bombadier Royal Artillery. Admitted to Station Hospital, Gibraltar – 52 days.  Died of TB in the Station Hospital, Gibraltar on 7 March 1895.

Twins.  Died

Maud Henderson (1877-1918). Married (i) George Joseph Colquhoun (b.c.1871-1901) Four children Allan Fulton Colquhoun (1894-1947), Arthur Frederick Colquhoun (1896-1923), Thomas Colquhoun (1898- died POW Far East) and Maud Peggy Colquhoun (1900-1975) and (ii) Arthur Albert Benns (1872-1939) Five children: Blanche Emma Benns (1904-1983), Ellen Benns (1907-1908), Winifred Agnes Benns (1910-2005) married William Fleming (1906-1988), Jessie Benns (1913-1913) and ‘Muriel’ Lilian Benns(1914-2007)

Blanche Dady Henderson (1879-1961).  Born 1879. Married  (i) Samuel Davies (b.c.1872) in Madras in 1879. Samuel was a sergeant in the Welsh Regiment. The Regiment went back to the UK and Davies left the Army and Blanche and Samuel settled in Wales. One day Samuel left the house for work and never came back. No one knows what happened as he couldn’t be found and there was no body. Blanche was destitute in the Welsh village but was rescued by Frederick Fulton who was stationed at the Isle of Wight. Blanche then travelled back to India and was looked after by Ada and Charles Parsons.  Married (ii) Sidney Edmond Shaw (d.1942), a soldier, in Bombay on 16th March 1915. When Sidney Shaw left the Army he joined the Indian Wireless Department and was stationed in Karachi from 1940 to 1942. Charles Edwards Kelly was transferred to Quetta in December 1940 to build telegraph lines on the border with Afghanistan as the war was getting closer to India. Charles Kelly and his family went to Quetta but stayed in Karachi initially with Sidney and Blanche.When they moved to their own home in Quetta they continued to see Blanche and Sidney and joined them in a sailing trip on a Arab type boat, and for picnics in the desert, etc. Blanche came to stay on visits to the Kelly family in Quetta. Sidney  died in Karachi on 3rd September 1942 and  Blanche came to stay with the Kellys when they were living in Barielly . She then went to stay with her sister Jessie Holdaway (nee Henderson) and he  in Delhi.In 1947 she left India and went to live in Gartmore, Scotland with the daughter of Frederick Fulton May McLean (nee Henderson).
Blanche died on 27 December 1961, aged 82 and is buried in Gartmore Cemetery, near Aberfoyle, Scotland

Walter Henderson (b.1880). Born in Madras, 3 February 1880, baptised at John Pereira’s Trinity Chapel, Madras on 2nd March 1881. Warwickshire Regiment.

Jessie Henderson (1885-1968). Married Thomas Henry Holdaway (1869-1935).  They had 6 children. Herbert Fulton Jesse Holdaway (1906-1991). Walter Henry Cutting Holdaway (1909-1968), married Aileen Barbara Walton. Violet Isabella Alice Holdaway (1913-1990) married Francis William Barks. William James Pierson Holdaway (1915-1941). Edwin Albert Morton Holdaway (1918-2010) married Sarah Poole and Edna Hallewell. Charles Ricard Sidney Holdaway (1921-1993) married Elsie Runacres. 

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(standing) Charles Henry Parsons (d.1962), Blanche Dady Henderson (1879-1961), George Henry Crampton (1865-1941), Arthur Albert Benns (1872-1939) (centre) Ada Parsons (b.1871) with Harry Parsons (b.1905), Emma Dady (1866-1908), Fulton Henderson (1833-1906), Isabella Leticia Henderson (1864-1941), Maud Benns (1877-1918) with Blanche Emma Benns (1904-1983), (on floor) Anne Parsons (b.1903), Maud Peggy Colquhoun (1900-1975), Unknown, Thomas Colquhoun (1898-1967) 

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