|Note||Henry is in Bayham Twp. in the 1871 census. Henry is not in the 1881 Canadian census. His wife Sarah is there with their children, so it would appear that Henry was deceased by that time. A death or burial record has not been found. There is some small evidence, yet to be investigated, that Henry Moe Jr. may have gone west and taken up a Western Land Grant. If this is the case, he may well have died in the west and no record has yet been found.|
In 1855, in memorial 594, relating to the sale of Henry Moe Sr.'s Beverly lands, Henry Jr. is described as keeping a livery stable in Berlin. In this, he is likely working with John Wesley Moe. The stable may well have been owned by Samuel Wait. Since the other siblings' spouses are mentioned and Sarah isn't mentioned here, it would appear that Henry Jr. was not yet married.