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Henry, Wayne Cleve

Male 1912 - 1929  (16 years)


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  • Name Henry, Wayne Cleve 
    Born 16 Dec 1912  Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 15 Jan 1929  Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I6654  Bob Juch's Kin
    Last Modified 8 Jan 2018 

    Father Henry, Ulric Dwight,   b. 19 Dec 1882, Glasco, KS Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Apr 1949, Marylan Hospital, Hastings, NE Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Payne, Verna Nancy,   b. 21 Aug 1892, Munden, Republic Co., KS Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Sep 1973, Beatrice, Gage Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 29 Feb 1912  Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F18782  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 16 Dec 1912 - Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 15 Jan 1929 - Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Guide Rock, Webster Co., NE Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • THESE NOTES ARE TAKEN FROM THE GUIDE ROCK SIGNAL, JANUARY 24, 1929. WAYNE CLEVE HENRY, THE SON OF ULRIC AND VERNA PAYNE HENRY, WAS BORN DECEMBER 16, 1912 SIX AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH AND EAST OF GUIDE ROCK WHERE HE ALWAYS RESIDED AND WHERE HE PASSED AWAY JANUARY 15, 1929 AT THE AGE OF SIXTEEN YEARS AND ONE MONTH. BESIDES HIS PARENTS, BROTHER GLEN AND SISTER IONE, HIS AGED GRANDMOTHER, HARRIET M. HENRY AND HIS UNCLE WINFIELD HENRY, ALL OF WHOM LIVED TOGETHER, SURVIVE AND MOURN HIS EARLY DEPARTURE FOR A BETTER HOME. HIS OTHER GRANDFATHER, MR. WILLIAM A. PAYNE LIVES AT CULBERTSON. AFTER ATTENDING HIS HOME SCHOOL, HE WENT TO THE HIGH SCHOOL IN GUIDE ROCK WHERE HE STOOD AMONG THE BEST IN HIS CLASS AND WAS HELD IN THE HIGHEST ESTEEM BY HIS CLASSMATES WHO CHOSE HIM AS THEIR FIRST CLASS PRESIDENT. THE SUPERINTENDENT AND TEACHERS DECLARE THAT HE WAS ONE OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING AND PROMISING PUPILS OF THE ENTIRE HIGH SCHOOL. DURING HIS LONG ILLNESS AND WHILE HE WAS IN THE HOSPITAL AT OMAHA HE WAS IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OF LETTERS FROM HIS MANY FRIENDS AND WAS VISITED BY A NUMBER INCLUDING ONE OF HIS TEACHERS WHO CONSIDERED HIM SO PROMISING, SO LOVABLE AND IDEAL AND WHO REPORTS THAT HE WAS SO DEEMED BY THE NURSES AND ALL AT THE HOSPITAL. HE LOVED ATHLETICS AND HIS STUDIES AS HELPFUL IN DEVELOPING STRENGTH OF BODY AND MIND. FULL OF HOPE FOR THE FUTURE TO THE VERY LAST HE WAS PLANNING FOR THE HIGHEST AND BEST AND NO ONE GAVE GREATER PROMISE FOR A BRIGHT AND SUCCESSFUL LIFE. HE OFTEN CONSULTED THOSE WHOM HE DEEMED THE BEST QUALIFIED TO ADVISE HIM AS TO A CHOSEN PROFESSION. HE WAS SO APPRECIATIVE FOR EVERY KINDNESS SHOWN, SO UNASSUMING WHEN GIVEN A PLACE OF HONOR, EVER SEEING THE GOOD IN OTHERS, OPTIMISTIC TO THE END, PLANNING, TRUSTING, HOPING, BELIEVING; BUT THE INCURABLE MALADY (LEUKEMIA) THAT HAD INFECTED HIS YOUTHFUL BODY SAPPED HIS VITALITY AND THE UNFINISHED TASKS WILL BE CONSUMATED IN A MORE CONGENIAL REALM. HE WAS A MODEL BOY IN EVERY WAY LOVED AND HONORED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM AND THOSE WHO KNEW HIM BEST LOVED HIM MOST. HE WAS AS TENDER-HEARTED AS ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN HIS SOLICTOUS CARE OF INJURED BIRD OR BEAST. HE WAS SO SIMPLE IN HIS WAYS AND LOVES THAT THERE ARE NONE WHO EVER SAW HIM DO AN UNKIND ACT OR NOTED ANY LACK OF GRATITUDE FOR EVEN THE SMALLEST FAVOR SHOWN. HE WILL BE MISSED HERE BUT HE WILL MAKE HEAVEN THAT MUCH RICHER. MANY, MANY HAVE SAID THAT YOU CANNOT SAY TOO MUCH FOR WAYNE BUT-- "THOUGHT IS DEEPER THAN ALL SPEECH, FEELING DEEPER THAN ALL THOUGHT; SOULS TO SOULS CAN NEVER TEACH, WHAT UNTO THEMSELVES IS TAUGHT." AFTER A SHORT SERVICE IN THE HOME ON ACCOUNT OF THE INABILITY OF THE AGED GRANDMOTHER TO ATTEND THE LATER SERVICE WHICH WAS HELD AT THE METHODIST CHURCH ON THURSDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK, THE REV. B.F. EBERHART PREACHING THE SERMON. A LARGE CONCOURSE FOLLOWED THE REMAINS TO THE GUIDE ROCK CEMETERY WHERE THE BODY LIES AWAITING THE RESURRECTION.