Henry Byron Carmoody

M, #72, b. 2 August 1878, d. 2 December 1954
Father*Byron Carmoody b. 17 Mar 1854, d. 28 Jul 1899
Mother*Matilda LaBallister b. 4 Jun 1855, d. 19 Oct 1931
Henry Byron Carmoody was born on Friday, 2 August 1878 at Baldwin Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and the registration was signed by Byron Carmoody. Nurse Mrs. Gleeson attended at the birth. He appeared in the household of Byron Carmoody on the census of April 1881 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is listed as: Carmoody, Henry B, male, age 3, born Ontario, Church of England, English origin. He appeared in the household of Byron Carmoody on the census of 11 May 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is recorded as: Carmoodie, Henry, male, age 13, son, born Ontario, father born England, mother born Ontario, Church of England, able to read and write. He appeared in the household of Matilda LaBallister on the census of April 1901 at 204 Albany Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is recorded as: CarMoody, Henry B, male, white, son, single, born May 2, 1877, age 23, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Gardiner, employee, $300 wages, 8 months employed, can read, write and speak English, mother tongue was English. He appeared in the household of Matilda LaBallister on the census of 13 June 1911 at 323 Albany Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is recorded as: Carmoodie, Henry, male, son, single, born Aug 1878, age 32, born Ontario, Canadian origin, Canadian Nationality, Presbyterian, labourer on house (?), worked for 40 weeks, earned $578, able to read, write and speak English. He was listed as the informant of the death of James Carmoody. He appeared in the household of Matilda LaBallister on the census of 13 June 1921 at 323 Albany Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He was enumerated as: Carmoody, Henry, son, male, single, age 43, born Ontario, father born England, mother born Ontario, Canadian, of English origin, speaks English, does not speak French, Church of England, able to read and write, working at odd chores, earned $200. Henry and Annie Gallagher were married. He was listed as the informant of the death of Matilda LaBallister. Henry died on Thursday, 2 December 1954 at home, Oxford Street, Elgin Mills, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 76 years and 4 months of Cardiac Infarction. He was buried on Monday, 6 December 1954 at Prospect Cemetery, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. According to George Gooderham, he was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a member of the National Gun Club, and was mentioned in the "Sporting Life" magazine. Exerpts from the magazine can be found here.