Abt 1802 - 1845 (~ 43 years)
||James Henry |
|Eby ID Number
||Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada 
|Cause: inflammation of lungs |
||17 Feb 2020 |
| ||1. David Henry, b. Abt 1822, Of, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. John Henry, b. 25 Jun 1839, , Ontario, Canada , d. Bef 1911 (Age < 71 years)|
||17 Feb 2020 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- "In the first part of February, I was moved to visit my brothers who lived near Guelph. I started accordingly, accompanied by my wife. The snow was deep, and we had an uncommonly hard journey. When within about three miles of the place we met my brother William. Being very tired we were overjoyed at the meeting, but soon, alas, our joy was turned to sorrow, for he informed us that my brother James was dead. He had died the day before of inflammation of the lungs, and we had arrived in time to attend the funeral, which was to take place at two o'clock the next day. We had expected to meet him well and happy, and enjoy a pleasant visit with him. We arrived at his house and found him cold in death, with his wife and nine children weeping around him. It was an affecting time. The next day about eighty sleighs filled with people met at the house, and followed his remains to the Manse burying ground."
Memoir of Rev Thomas Henry
The Petition of James Henery, now of the Township of Whitby, farmer Honorably sheweth...that your petitioner is a native of Kilshandra, County Cavan in Ireland, that he has resided in the province eight years , that having the means to cultivate a new farm, he is desirous to become a settler. York, 6th Oct 1819 (and contains the signature of James).
Land Petitions, Upper Canada 1819-20 (film C-2048 from the National Archives in Ottawa, Canada): #233,
Henry of Puslinch died intestate early February 1845, leaving a widow Agnes who applied for letters of administration on 12 May 1845, supported by David Henry, son of deceased, who renounced his own claim to administrator. On 8 Mar 1845, the estate inventory was valued at 264 Pounds, 10s by James Phin and William Henry, both of Waterloo.3a
3aWellington Early Estate File (MS 638 R 22):