Gustav Timothy Henning

The 1911 census shows Gustav as a boarder with Thomas and Eliza Marney at 5 Malvern Row, Leytonstone Essex - Thomas was a retired policeman and pensioner. Gustav is listed as a manufacturing chemist.

He married Florence NOLAN about 1915 probably in Trinidad, and in 1917 he was in New York and registered for WW1 in roll 1786806 Draft Board 147. The next reference to him is arriving in New York in 1917. On the 11th August 1918 he travelled from Port of Spain Trinadad where it is thought he married Florence NOLAN, arriving in New York aboard the ship Mayard on 13 Aug 1918. In August 1918 he was at Camp Polk, Raleigh, North Carolina,On 26 Nov 1918 in Raleigh, Eastern District Carolina he became a naturalised American.
At about the same time he registered in Manhattan, New York.

He appears in the incoming passenger lists in the UK, aboard the RMS Homeric of the White Star Dominion Line on 24 Oct 1925 when he was working for the Equitable Trust Co, returning on the SS "Rotterdam" on 3 Sep 1926. The US census of 1930 shows him living at 940 Broadway, San Francisco and in 1940 he was at Beverly Hills, California. He died on 6 Aug 1974 at Canoga Park, California, USA.

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