Person:Patrick Henry (9)

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Capt. Patrick Miller Henry
b.1815
m. 1812
  1. Martha Catherine Henry1813 - 1900
  2. Capt. Patrick Miller Henry1815 - 1873
  3. Mary Henry1816 -
  4. Lucy Ann Henry1817 - 1888
  5. William Robertson Henry1821 - 1862
  6. Dorothea Virginia Henry1823 - 1905
  • HCapt. Patrick Miller Henry1815 - 1873
  • W.  Susan Robertson (add)
m. 20 Aug 1840
Facts and Events
Name[1] Capt. Patrick Miller Henry
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1815 not sure if it was VA or NC
Marriage 20 Aug 1840 Pittsylvania, Virginia, United Statesto Susan Robertson (add)
Death[1][2][3] 4 May 1873 Washington, District of Columbia, United Statesage 58

Research Notes

Military Service of Patrick Miller Henry

  • per Victor Dodier, "Served as Sgt. in the 2nd Reg. of Dragoons in the Florida Seminole Wars. Capt. 1st Reg. of NC Foot soldiers in the Mexican War. They had several children, some died in childhood and are buried at the back of the Episcopal Church in Eden (formerly Leaksville) NC"
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Capt. Patrick Miller Henry, in Red Hill Patrick Henry National Memorial website.

    [Last accessed 17 Oct 2012]
    7. b. Capt. Patrick Miller, b. 1815, married Susan Toby Robertson of Pittsylvania Co., VA, children, taught school, Sergeant in Mexican War, clerk in War Dept. in Washington at his time of death in 1873, age 58, Washington, D.C.

  2. Captain Patrick M. Henry, in Daily dispatch (Richmond, Virginia). (Atlanta [Georgia]: Georgia Dept. of Archives and History, 1959).

    Friday, 16 May 1873, p 2, column 2 - Died at his residence in Washington, D. C., on the 4th instant and in the fifty - eighth year of his age, Captain Patrick M. Henry, late of Cumberland County, Va., and grandson of the illustrious Patrick Henry, the famous Revolutionary Orator.

  3. P.M. Henry, in New York Evangelist (New York, New York).

    8 May 1873 - Capt. P. M. HENRY, grandson of Patrick HENRY, died in Washington, May 4th. He had been a man of means, but was brought into reduced circumstances by the war, and, at the time of his death, was serving as a watchman in the Treasury Department.