1942 Henrietta 2021

Henrietta Faye Haughton

January 3, 1942 — February 16, 2021

Once Upon a Time, on January 3, 1942, a queen was born to king Kermit and Queen Anna Smith. Queen Henrietta became known throughout the village of South Philly as Faye. Queen Faye began her education in the Philadelphia Public School System. After High School the Queen decided to work at several employers and sometime later, she settled down at Keystone A.A.A., Where she retired from. Along the way of Queen Fay's journey, she met and married King Harold Haughton, who's bond never broke until the end of his life. Queen Fay had four Royal Children, there was Prince Justice, Princess Nay Nay, Princess Sonya and the baby Prince Lloyd. As her Journey continued no one knew she was a Queen because of the way she blended in and loved everyone around her, she also loved music and would dance all night. Queen Faye had a Wonderful journey on this thing we call life, but as all fairytales do, they must end. The Queen leaves behind to carry the torch: her brother James Solomon, Two sons Prince Justice and Lloyd, Two daughters Princess Catharine and Sonya, Five Granddaughters Dominque, Turquoise, Shampagne, Josie and Da-jur. Three Grandsons, Lamel, Munar, and Ramil, Eight Great grands Lil Lamel, Lamir Cian, Har'iah, Sharyiah, Hasan, and a host of Nieces, Nephews, cousins and dear Friends. Queen Faye also preceded in life by her Sister, Queen Mary and Two King Brothers Robert and Harry. She's also preceded in life by her Brother King Richard (Bill)
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Friday, March 5, 2021

9:00 - 11:00am

Mitchum-Wilson Funeral Home, Inc.

1410 S. 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146

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Celebration of Life

Friday, March 5, 2021

Starts at 11:00am

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Washington Crossing National Cemetery

Newtown, PA

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