Person:Henry Connard Binford

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Henry Connard Binford


 Educator, High School Principal

Born:February 28, 1874, Huntsville, AL

Notes:

•  Son of Henry C. and Frances Ann (Hendley) Binford - Who's Who

•  Education: AB, Howard University, Washington, D.C. 1897 - Who's Who

•  Married Mary A. Woods, of Montgomery, AL, Dec. 27, 1899 - Who's Who

•  Children: Claxton P., Elmer C, Ruth P., Henry F., Dorothy C - Who's Who

•  "Teacher district school Wathena, Kan., 1897-8

Principal public school, Huntsville, Ala., 1898-1905 Instructor in commercial law at Colored High School, Baltimore, Md., 1905-8 Principal high school at Huntsville since 1908" (This book published in 1915) - Who's Who

•  Methodist; Treasurer Lakeside Church - Who's Who

•  "For more than a century at this site, Lakeside provided educational, political, and cultural leaders for Huntsville. The first city-supported school for blacks was located in the basement (1867-1890), with Henry C. Binford, Charles Hendley, Jr., and Thomas Cooper as principals." - Historical Marker Database

•  Republican - Who's Who

•  Mason - Who's Who


Related Links:
•  Historical Marker Database - Quote from marker
•  Who's Who - Who's Who of the Colored Race: a General Biographical Dictionary of Men and Women of African Descent, Volume 1, edited by Frank Lincoln Mather,© 1915, p. 26.




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