The woman who posted the photo suggested I try fultonhistory.com, a difficult website to use, but I searched... Henry Barkley Obituary... and found this.
THURSDAY, APRIL 5, l928 THE MORNING HERALD, GLOVERSVILLE AND JOHNSTOWN, N. Y. Page 5 JOHNSTOWN
HENRY BARTLEY INDIAN FIGHTER Amsterdam Resident Who Was with Custer in Battle with Siouxs Passes Away
Henry Bartley, a widely known resident of Amsterdam for the past half century, who was also known In Johnstown, passed away yesterday morning about 1 o'clock at the Utica State Hospital.
He was born at Cornwall. Ontario, Canada, October 21, 1881, and came to Amsterdam after a period of valiant service in the regular army of the United States, including duty with General Ouster in the Indian war with the Sioux, in which Custer was killed.
Mr. Hartley was prominent for a long period in the business life of Amsterdam as a real estate agent and at one time had the office now occupied by McCaffrey Bros., at the corner of East Main and Church streets.
****** A 1920 Census showed his wife to be Mary T. Bartley.
If this is my missing Moat daughter, the T may stand for her mothers maiden name, Thomas. (Dolly I Thomas).
Dates for Henry are b. 21 October 1851 Cornwall, Ontario, Canada d. 4 April 1928 came to the US 1868 in the army be age 22
In an 1851 Census he is listed as 1 year old - ages being rounded out sometimes.
His family is listed as
Henryage 45b.1807 England
(the rest of the family are listed as being born in"upper Canada")
Ann Dage 35 b. 1817 Surifeousage 3b. 1849 Jamesage 5b. 1847 Mary Eage 6b. 1846
See also a post here by Jessie Cunnington from July 16, 2001.