Walter Henry appears on US 1930 census USA VIEW SOURCE
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Date of Birth 25th Jan 1877 VIEW SOURCE
Father (First Name/s and Surname) David Henry (abt 1834) from Corsallagh-Father David Henry is a farmer. Baptism is 20 Feb 1877. David's father was Walter Henery. Roman catholic. VIEW SOURCE
Mother (First Name/s and Maiden) Mary Keogh (abt 1842) from Carrowreagh. David Henry and Mary Keogh were married 28 Feb 1864 in Cloonacool. Dan Gaulrick and Bridger McGetrick were the witnesses. VIEW SOURCE
Place & Date of Baptism Newtown, Cloonacool, Sligo-20 Feb 1877-Sponsors : James Mullarky and Margaret Henry. Name on record is Matthew Henry but the microfilm clearly states Walter Henry. VIEW SOURCE
Townland born Newtown, Cloonacool, Tubbercurry-on baptism delails
Number of Siblings Walter had 5 brothers and 3 sisters
Names of Siblings John (28 Nov 1864, Bolur, Cloonacool), Michael (11 Jan 1867, Cloonacool), David (13 Aug 1868), Bridget (13 Dec 1871, Carsallagh), Mary Henry (20 Oct 1878), James Henry (1 Dec 1879), Patrick Henry (7 Nov 1881), Julai Henry (5 Mar 1884, Newtown) VIEW SOURCE
Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname) Winifred Griffin (12 Dec 1848, Kincullew, Kilmacteigue, Sligo) VIEW SOURCE
Place & Date of Marriage Aclare, Sligo-26 Apr 1900. Walter was 24 years old and Winifred 51. This is backed up on the 1901 census VIEW SOURCE
Occupation On his marriage records Walter is down as a shoemaker. A year after his marriage Walter emigrates to New York City, leaving his wife behind. Winifred is recorded on the 1911 census as Head and married for 10 years working as a shopkeeper. VIEW SOURCE
New Type Emigration- 1901 Ticket to New York to join brothers Michael, John and James Henry-at 107 E 53rd St, New York City. By 1903 brother Patrick and sisters Mary and Julia were all in New York-chain immigration. VIEW SOURCE
New Type 1930 United States census -Walter is a labourer in Pennsylvania VIEW SOURCE
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