|Long Island Sunday Press, March 24, 1935|
His daughter Marion Walker Herbert followed in her mother's spiral of self-immolation by attempting suicide by jumping into the Detroit River upon being released from Henry Ford Hospital after a nervous breakdown. Eight years later she completed the task by stabbing herself in the throat with a butcher knife at a rest home in Newton, Massachusetts.
Somewhere along the line Henry Herbert went insane and was sent to Eloise. While I haven't been able to find out his final fate his earlier years included inventions for automobile wheels and mirror/brush fobs. The fob shown below is a patent from 1908 submitted by Herbert for an alligator skin replica mirror or brush back.