The 1880 US Census lists Henry and his wife Annis (identifie as "Ann") living in the household of Capt. William Bush on Juniper Island (Lake Champlain). William Bush is identified as the lighthouse keeper on the island; Henry is identified as the assistant keeper. Some organizations chronicling the history of the Jumpier Island Lighthouse suggest Henry was the Head Keeper 1885 – 1887; others state he was Head Keeper 1879-1880
Henry and Annis lived on Howard Street in Burlington at the time of his death.
A death announcement was published in the Burlington Free Press, February 06, 1905. A brief obituary was published in the Burlington Weekly Free Press on February 9, 1905. It states he "is survived by a wife, but leaves no children."
1838 - 1905
Private In Co F
1st RI. Vol. Cav
Annis M. Clark
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