Henry Weber

Documented History

The New York, State Census, 1865 lists a Henry Weber with wife and children in Albany, New York. Henry was 33 years old at the time. Catherine, Henry’s wife, was 33 years old.

1865 United States Federal Census – Henry

Their children were Joseph – age 8, and Catherine – age 2 years, 11 months. Also listed as living with them were William & Caroline Kempf with their children: Caroline, Lena, Elizabeth, and Christopher.

1865 United States Federal Census

Henry and Catherine reported having 3 children, only two were listed. They were listed as being from Germany. Henry was a moulder for the Army. Henry was Naturalized.

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A marriage record from Indiana, Select Marriages, 1780-1992 lists Henry Weber and Catherine Hill as the parents of Kate Weber or Webber. There is no date associated with this record but it provides a maiden name for Henry’s wife.

According to the 1870 United States Federal Census, Henry Weber lived in Indianapolis, Indiana at the time with his wife and 5 children.

1870 United States Federal Census – Henry

Henry was 40 years old and worked as a Brass Moulder. He and his wife were both born in Nassau. His wife was Catharine, 36 years old. She kept house.

1870 United States Federal Census

Their children were: Eliza – age 13, Henry – age 10, William – age 9, Katie – age 5, and Mary – age 3. Eliza, Henry, and William were at school.


A U.S. City Directory lists Catharine as being a widow of Henry and living at 52 Osborne in Albany, New York in 1914.

1914 U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 – Henry

At this point, I’m not sure if I’m dealing with two different families here or if Henry and Catharine moved back to Albany from Indiana at some point.

1914 U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995

I obviously haven’t found a ton of information for Henry just yet.  If you know of this family, I would love for you to share what you know in the comments section below.  I try to always provide the most accurate information I’ve been able to find on each ancestor but I research any information I come across. As always, I’ll update this post as I find additional information for this ancestor.

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