Frederick W. Henck Materials
This collection of F.W. Henck material includes his journal from 1886, a letter from Mr. Henck to his mother from 1880, and a copy of "The Robert Campbell Story 1718-2011," a record of the goings-on of a church in which Mr. Henck was involved.
- 1880 December 2-1888 August 5, 2011
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This collection of F.W. Henck material includes his journal from 1886, a letter from Mr. Frederick William Henck to his mother from 1880, and a copy of "The Robert Campbell Story 1718-2011," a record of the goings-on of a church in which Mr. Henck was involved.
Frederick William Henck was born July 14, 1856, in Baltimore, Maryland. After his father’s death his mother sent him to live with his uncle when he was nine years old. He stayed with his uncle, a farmer who lived 35 miles outside of Baltimore, until he was 14. In 1877, Henck attended Wesleyan University in Athens, Tennessee. He later became involved with the local church conventions in the East Tennessee area, becoming a reverend and working for the Laurel Hill Circuit. He married Mary C. Curry in January of 1882 and the couple had six children (Nellie, Frederick IV, Charles, Sarah, Mary, and Bertha). Frederick Henck died on September 28, 1893. He is buried in Charleston Cemetery in Bradley County, TN.
This item consists of one folder.
This collection was donated to Special Collections in 2012.