Henry M. Henderson

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Henry M. Henderson
3rd Mayor of the City of Flint
In office
Preceded by Robert J. S. Page
Succeeded by William M. Fenton[1]
Personal details
Relations James Henderson, Brother
Occupation dry goods, banking
Profession businessman

Henry M. Henderson was the third mayor of the Village (now City) of Flint, Michigan serving from 1857 to 1858.[2]

Early life[edit]

In 1836, Henry M. Henderson left Livingston county, New York and came to Flint opening a dry goods business together with his brother, James. In 1842, the brother constructed the Henderson block. When the First National Bank was formed in 1865, Henderson became president and a director of the bank.[3]

Political life[edit]

He was elected as the third mayor of the Village of Flint in 1857 serving a one-year term.[2]

Political offices
Preceded by
Robert J. S. Page
Mayor of Flint
Succeeded by
William M. Fenton