Patrick Henry was born 1837 in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom to Charles James Henry (1808-1856) and Mary Ann Wilson (c1800-1894) and died 5 February 1919 George St, East Maitland, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Ann Jane Smythe (1843-1916) 27 May 1864 in West Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.
|Offspring of Patrick Henry and Ann Jane Smythe (1843-1916)|
|William C Henry (1865-1921)|
|George Thomas Henry (1866-1930)||1866 Collarenebri, New South Wales, Australia||8 May 1930 Perth, Western Australia, Australia||Florence Mary Jane Cross (1872-1946)|
|Ernest Henry (1868-1935)|
|Charles P Henry (1871)|
|Harry James Henry (1873)|
|Edwin Greta Smythe Henry (1875-1942)||3 July 1875 Maitland, New South Wales, Australia||6 December 1942 West Maitland, New South Wales, Australia||Ellen Elizabeth Cunneen (1883-1932) Ellen Elizabeth Cunneen (1883-1932) Nellie Fitzgerald (c1891-1955)|
|Herbert John Henry (1878)|
|Clarence Frederick Henry (1880-1961)|
|Edith Rothbury Henry (c1881-1952)||1881||1952||Francis Ronald Spinks (1876-1947)|
|Roy G Henry (1887-1909)|
|Mary J Henry (1888)|
Mr. Patrick Henry, an old resident of the Maitland district, died at his residence, George-st., E. Maitland, Wednesday afternoon. He was 80 years of age and was born in Glasgow, Scotland, but had lived in New South Wales for 74 years, the greater part of which was spent around these parts. In his younger days Mr. Henry took a great interest in various branches of sport, being a competitor himself in some. Many years ago he was licensee of the Volunteer Hotel, West Maitland, since when his time had been mostly spent on the land and amongst stock. He leaves eight sons and one daughter. The funeral took place on Thursday, the interment being made in the East Maitland cemetery.