HENRY, ROBERT BOYD
- Born: 1861-62 Died: -
Building contractor, of Belfast. Robert Boyd Henry, son of the Belfast building contractor James Henry (d.1882), was born in Belfast in 1861 or 1862. He was apprenticed to his father and carried on the business of JAMES HENRY & amp; SON with his brother, Hugh Henry, after his father's death. He was a JP for Belfast, and an active member of the Belfast Master Builders' Association and the Belfast Chamber of Commerce A keen sportsman, he belonged to the Royal Ulster Yacht Club, the North of Ireland Cricket Club and the County Down Stag Hunt. He is described as 'hon. architect' of additions to Our Boys' Hall, Manor Street, Belfast, 1915.(1)
Address: 58 Belmont Road, Victoria, Belfast, 1911.
All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Modern Ireland: Men of the Period (London ), 158.
(1) IB 57, 24 Apr 1915, 197.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for HENRY, ROBERT BOYD
|Building:||CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MANOR STREET, OUR BOYS' HALL|
|Nature:||Addition. Opened by Hon. Lady Kennedy on 14 Apr 1915. Contractor: William Dowling, Cromwell Rd.|
|Refs:||IB 57, 24 Apr 1915, 197.|