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Fur trader, was the second son of Alexander Henry, the elder, the author of Travels and Adventures. He was born after 1785 and became a clerk in the Northwest Company. He was killed at Fort Nelson, on the Liard River, in the Mackenzie river department, either at the end of 1812 or the beginning of 1813.
Courtesy of Special Collections, Schaffer Library, Union College.