Samuel T. Henry (1875 - 1921)

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Birthplace: Bingen, Northampton, PA, USA
Death: Died in Bethlehem, Northampton, PA, USA
Cause of death: Diabetes
Occupation: Machinist
Managed by: Scott Korin
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About Samuel T. Henry

Samuel T. Henry. Jr. was the son of Samuel Henry, Sr., and Martha (McConaghy) Henry.

Samuel was a General Foreman at the No. 1 Machine Shop of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. until retiring early in 1917 due to his diabetic condition.

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Samuel T. Henry, Jr.'s Timeline

1875
October 12, 1875
Bingen, Northampton, PA, USA
1880
June 17, 1880
Age 4
Upper Saucon, Lehigh, PA, USA

Samuel and Martha Henry lived in Upper Saucon with their children Samuel T., Mary, and Mathilda.

Also living with them is one of Martha's brother, James.

Note that two doors down, dwelling number 316, lives Samuel's brother, John Henry.

1900
June 7, 1900
Age 24
South Bethlehem Borough, Northampton, PA, USA

Martha Henry lived in South Bethlehem with her children Samuel T, Mary, Mathilda, Fannie, Charles, and Sarah Henry. While Samuel is not listed in the census, he is listed in the "Sholes' Directory of the Bethlehems 1900 - 1901".

Also living with the family is one of Martha's brother, John McConaghy and his wife Rachael, and two of their children -- Sarah and John A.

South Bethlehem was a separate borough and did not merge with the city of Bethlehem until 1917.

1901
1901
Age 25
1902
1902
Age 26
South Bethlehem, PA, USA
1904
1904
Age 28
Bethlehem, PA, USA
1906
July 9, 1906
Age 30
South Bethlehem, PA, USA
1908
August 23, 1908
Age 32
South Bethlehem, PA, USA
1910
April 18, 1910
Age 34
South Bethlehem, Northampton, PA, USA

Samuel T. & Anna Henry lived in South Bethlehem with their four children: Samuel J, Martha, Franklin, and Grace.

Note that Samuel T's father, also named Samuel, lived next door with his other children -- Fannie, Charles, Sarah, Mary -- and Mary's husband and child.

South Bethlehem was a separate borough and did not merge with the city of Bethlehem until 1917.

1914
April 1, 1914
Age 38
South Bethlehem, PA, USA