1880 Census: Head of Household, Occupation Copper Smith, married. Lived with his wife Ellen, and 2 sons Harry and Herbert. A Maria L. Dunham lived with them. She was 64 and was born in Vermont.
1890-1900 Hardware Merchant; rented a house; hardware store at 8323 Quincy Avenue, lived a 124 Merchant Ave.
1900 Census Henry with his wife Helen and his sons Harry, Herbert, and Ralph lived at 124 Merchants Street. They rent their home. Henry works as a hardware merchant. Son Harry works as a hardware clerk. Other sons are in school. All can read and write and speak English.
1930 Census: Henry was living at E. 59th St. and was a widow. He had a servant/housekeeper living with him. (McNaughtonwood, age 74, born in Canada, but both parents were born in Ohio, Occupation: housework). His worth in money was $6,000. He was renting. Both he and his housekeeper could read and write English, but they spoke German at home.
1941 Henry Keim died on February 23, 1941 at his late residence, 2296 E. 89th St. Viewed at Rinear-Lambert Funeral Home, 13136 Euclid, where services were held on Tuesday at 2 pm. (Cleveland Necrology File, Reel#044)
More About Henry Keim and Helen G Wright: Marriage: October 23, 1875, Cuyahoga, Ohio.
Children of Henry Keim and Helen G Wright are:
+Charles Ralph Keim, b. May 18, 1886, Ohio, d. March 20, 1950, Doctors Hospital, Cleveland Heights, Ohio.