Sanders, Isom
March 12, 2007 10:14PM
Souvenir Edition, The Williamstown Courier, Williamstown, Ky, May 30, 1901,
reprinted September 19, 1981 by the Grant County KY Historical Society.

ISOM SANDERS was born in Kenton County, near Independence, October 7, 1854.
He received a good common school education in the schools of Kenton County.
He early learned the trade of a paper-hanger, and at the age of 18 began to
work at his trade for a living. He has continued to follow the calling
with profit ever since. He is a member of the Odd Fellows, of the
Encampment, a member of the Rose Rebekah Lodge and of the K.Ps. He is an
ardent worker in each secret order to which he belongs, attends all their
meetings and is always found at his post of duty when called for. In
politics Mr. Sanders is a Democrat, and has stood faithfully by his party
precepts for more than a quarter of a century, never having voted any other
than the Democratic ticket at any time.
He was married early in life to Miss Jennie Jackson. Two children
were born to this union. Charlie, a young man of 21, still survives. His
first wife departed this life many years ago, and he was remarried in 1891
to Miss Mary Henson, of near this place. Three children have blessed this
union, all of whom are living. They are bright, handsome children and
give great promise for the future.

Sanders Jackson Henson
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Kenton-KY

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