James Harrison, 35, an Ellensburg resident for the past 10 years, died here Monday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at the Honeycutt chapel at 3 o’clock, with the Rev. Floyd Brown in charge. Mr. Harrison is survived by his widow, Lucille; two children, Betty Jean, 6, and Jimmie, 4; his mother, Mrs.
MINER, Ellen Jerusha Todd7, (Carrington6, Daniel5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Jan. 24, 1825, in Cornwall, Conn., died (???) 19–, married April 8, 1846, Luther Miner, Jr., who was born June 22, 1818, died Feb. 21, 1875. Children: I. Harriet Elizabeth, b. July 9, 1848, m. Jan. 13, 1869, Wilbur F. Harrison, who was b.
WHITE HARRISON, Rebecca Ann Todd7, (Carrington6, Daniel5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Aug. 20, 1837, died Dec. 28, 1902, married first, Nov. 10, 1856, Edward White, who died Dec. 16, 1858, married second, Feb. 21, 1862, George C. Harrison. Children by George C. Harrison: I. Cynthia R., b. Jan. 7, 1863. II. Harriet Eleanor, b.
HARRISON, Antoinette Todd8, (Bennajah7, Jonah6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) married Lorenzo Harrison. Children: I. Urban, d. unmarried. II. Ella, m.(???)Barnes. No children. III. Louise, unmarried.
HARRISON, Mary A. Todd8, (Isaac7, Moses6, Hezekiah5, Caleb4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Jan. 9, 1836, in Wakeman, O., died Feb. 11, 1910, at her home in Grass Lake, Mich., married March 18, 1860,(???)Harrison. They lived in Grass Lake, Mich., where he was a farmer. Children: I. Ivy. II. Fanny. III. Elizabeth, m.(???)Bunker. They live in
John Harrison, senior partner of the grocery firm of Harrison & Pace, was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, November 21, 1845, and is the youngest of three sons of Parker and Mrs. Agnes Harrison, Nee McMurray. He was educated in New York City, and at an early age became associated with an elder brother in
Big Jim Big Jim. The popular name of a noted full-blood Shawnee leader, known among his people as Wapameepto, “Gives light as he walks”. His English name was originally Dick Jim, corrupted into Big Jim. He was born on the Sabine Reservation, Texas, in 1834, and in 1872 became chief of the Kispicotha band, commonly
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JUDGE M.V. HARRISON. – This early builder of Arlington, Oregon, and highly esteemed gentleman, was born in West Virginia in December, 1857, and in 1865 accompanied his parents to Indiana. He enjoyed educational advantages in a graded school at Dayton, gaining a good foundation for his later studies. In 1877 he began reading law under
John Harrison, one of the early pioneers of Douglas Township, Ida County, Iowa, was born in County Monaghan, Ireland, in December, 1824, a son of James and Elizabeth (Clendening) Harrison, natives also of that county. He moved to Scotland with his parents when a lad and was raised and educated there. In 1845, John was