Owen & Harriett Kiernan Family

The child of Felix Kiernan (ca. 1796-1882) and Martha Rose Sheridan (ca. 1797-?) that concerns the ancestry of William G. Kernan (LIVING), my paternal grandfather, is their fifth child, Owen Francis Kiernan (1836-1901). What is presently known about the life and family of Owen Kiernan will be discussed below.

Early Life and Marriage

Oral family history and family documents about Owen Francis Kiernan (1836-1901) claim his birth took place in about “1839” in “North Ireland.” Historical records, however, prove otherwise. According to these sources, Owen was born the fifth child of Felix and Martha Kiernan on the 20 February 1836 in Nicolet, Nicolet-Yamaska, Centre-du-Québec, Québec, Canada, where his parents had been living since about 1832. The following chart is a survey of available historical records for Owen Kiernan showing his birth place as Canada, along with his parents’ birth place as Ireland.

Historical Records Owen’s Birth Place Parent’s Birth Place
Birth/Baptismal Record Nicolet, Quebec, Canada Ireland
1851 Canadian Census Canada Ireland
1857 Minnesota Census Canada Ireland
1860 U.S. Federal Census Canada Ireland
1870 U.S. Federal Census Canada Ireland
1880 U.S. Federal Census Canada Ireland
1885 Minnesota Census Canada Ireland
1895 Minnesota Census Canada Ireland
Oregon Death Certificate Canada Ireland

In addition to historical records for Owen Kiernan showing his birth place as Canada, historical records for his children also show that he was born in Canada. Historical records for Owen’s son George Edward Kernan (1884-1960), for example, show Owen’s birth place as Canada, including George’s Missouri Permanent Record of Birth, the 1910, 1920, and 1930 U.S. Federal Censuses.

According to Owen’s baptismal record, moreover, he was baptized in the Catholic faith on the 28 February 1836 at Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral in Nicolet, Quebec, Canada. His godparents are identified on the record as Patrice “Patt” Cassidy (godfather) and Hermine Beauchemin (godmother).

Owen Kiernan's 1836 handwritten baptismal record
Owen Kiernan’s 1836 handwritten baptismal record

The following is a transcription of Owen’s handwritten baptismal record in French and an English translation of the same. (Note: some portions of the document are difficult or impossible to make out, and are indicated by “{…}” or the likely word in  brackets.)

French Transcription English Translation
“B. Owen Connon. Le vingt huit février mil huit cent trente six {par année de notre seigneur} a eté baptême Owen né {de} vingt février-{examiné}. de légitime mariage de felix Connon {natif de Irlande}, {de} {…} {cette} {an} {culte} {…} {de} {cette} {Paroisse}, et de Rose Sheridan, {la parins} a eté {Patrice Cassidy} et la maraine Hermine {Beauchemin} qui {tout} {ont} {signa} {…} {noms}.” “B. Owen Connon. This twenty-eight of February 1836 {in the year of our Lord} was baptized, Owen born {the} twenty of February-{examined}, to legitimate marriage of Felix Connon {native of Ireland}, {of} {…} {this} {in} {worship} {…} {of} {this} {Parish}, and of Rose Sheridan, {the godfather} is {Patrice Cassidy}, and the godmother Hermine {Beauchemin} who {all} {have} {signed} {…} {names}.”

Although few details are known about Owen’s early life, he is found enumerated on the 1851 Canadian Census. According to this record, he is fourteen years old and living in the household of his parents in Sainte-Monique, Quebec, Canada. This record also states that Owen is of the Catholic faith and employed, like his father and siblings, as a “cultivateur” (French for farmer) in Sainte-Monique.

The 1851 Canadian Census showing the oldest members of the Kernan family (Felix and Martha) as having been born in Ireland.
The 1851 Canadian Census showing Owen Kiernan (line 32) in his parents’ household in Sainte-Monique, Quebec, Canada.

Owen is found next enumerated on the 1857 Minnesota Census, living in the household of his parents in Sibley County, Minnesota, where his father was a farmer. Owen’s enumeration on these two records suggest, as it does for other members in his family, that he immigrated from Canada to Minnesota with parents and siblings at some point between 1851 and 1857.

1857 Minnesota Census of the Kiernan family (shown Connon) living in Sibley Co., Minnesota. Record also shows birth locations as being Ireland and Canada.
The 1857 Minnesota Census showing Owen Kiernan (line 14) as “Owen Connon” in his parents household in Sibley County, Minnesota.

Following the 1857 Minnesota Census, Owen is found next enumerated on the 1860 U.S. Federal Census. According to this record, Owen is living in Dryden, Sibley County, Minnesota, and is enumerated as the head of his household, which includes his siblings Rosa, Catherine, and Felix. Owen’s siblings Matthew, Bridget, Mary, and Marie Anne are shown living in the neighboring household, and his parents, Felix and Martha, are living in another neighboring household. The 1860 U.S. Census also states that Owen was employed as a Farm Laborer and was able to read and write.

1860 U.S. Federal Census showing the Kiernan family living in Sibley Co., Minnesota. Also shows birth locations of family members as being Ireland and Canada.
The 1860 U.S. Federal Census showing Owen Kiernan (line 12) as head of his household neighboring his siblings and parents in Dryden, Sibley Co., Minnesota.

Although no marriage record has been found, moreover, oral family history and oral family records claim that Owen married a “Harriet Beecraft” in May 1863 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Available historical records, however, prove that Owen’s wife was not named “Harriet Beecraft,” but was named Harriett Dunton. It is presently unclear why there is a discrepancy, though perhaps the Beecraft name was from a prior or subsequent marriage. Harriett “Hattie” Dunton (1836-1927), moreover, was born on the 17 June 1836 in Howard, Steuben County, New York the daughter of James Cyrus Dunton (1800-1845) and Mary Comfort Knowles (1801-1845).

The Kernan Family Group Sheet for Owen Kiernan showing his birthplace as being
The Kernan Family Group Sheet for Owen and Harriett Kiernan.

The Family of Owen and Harriett Kiernan

Following their marriage, Owen and Harriett had twelve children between 1865 and 1886, seven of which died in infancy. Although every detail has not been found for each of their children, what is presently known is discussed below.

Owen and Harriett’s first born child was William H. Kernan (1865-1866), who was born on the 31 May 1865 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died in infancy on the 24 June 1866 in St. Paul Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Charles E. Kernan (1866-1916), Owen and Harriett’s second born child, was born on the 02 February 1866 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died on the 16 February 1916 in Oregon. Charles is enumerated on the 1900 U.S. Federal Census as living in Glendive, Dawson County, Montana in the household of his barber shop business partner. By his enumeration on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census, Charles was living in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon as a lodger. According to this source, he was employed as a barber. Although no record has been found for his marriage, the 1910 U.S. Federal Census states that Charles’s marital status was divorced. Charles is not known to have had any children.

Owen and Harriett’s third born child was Harriet E. Kernan (1867-1868), who was born on the 03 July 1867 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died in infancy on the 19 April 1868 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Owen Francis Kernan (1869-1888), Owen and Harriett’s fourth born child, was born on the 19 February 1869 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died on the 21 September 1888 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Before his death, Owen was employed as a driver in St. Paul area.

Owen and Harriett’s fifth born child was Mary E. Kernan (1870), who was born on the 10 September 1870 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died in infancy on the 12 September 1870 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Julie A. Kernan (1872), Owen and Harriett’s sixth born child, was born on the 20 August 1872 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died on the 20 September 1872 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Owen and Harriett’s seventh born child was Rose Amelia Kernan (1873-1942), who was born on the 18 July 1873 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died on the 07 July 1942 in Lake County, California. On the 28 November 1893, Rose married Thomas Theodore Wise (1870-1946), the son of Thomas Harvey Wise (1848-1919) and Bridget Delia Leahy (1850-1923), in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Following their marriage, Rose and Thomas had at least five children between 1893 and 1901, which were named Thomas, Oliver, Harry, Mary, and Melvin. In 1900, Rose and her family left Minnesota for Oregon, before moving to Kelso, Cowlitz County, Washington, where they are found enumerated on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census. By 1920, Rose and her family moved to California, settling first in Humboldt County and then Lake County. Rose’s husband, Thomas, worked in the shipbuilding industry.

Mary A. Kernan (1875), Owen and Harriett’s eighth born child, was born on the 07 February 1875 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died in infancy on the 13 July 1875 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Owen and Harriett’s ninth born child was Oliver Lawrence Kernan (1876-1937), who was born on the 04 June 1876 in Nebraska, and died on the 30 January 1937 in Alameda County, California. In about 1897, Oliver married Grace Bell Bentz (ca. 1881-1931), the daughter of John H. Bentz (1847-1920) and Barbra Smith (?-?), in Multnomah County, Oregon. Following their marriage, Oliver and Grace had at least nine children between 1898 and 1923, which were named Russell, Percy, Oliver, Dorothy, Harriet, Edith, Wilbur, Jeanette, and James. By 1930, Oliver moved his family to Oakland, Alameda County, California. Throughout his life, Oliver worked in a number of different jobs, including candy maker, shipbuilding, and carpentry.

Owen and Harriett’s tenth born child was an unnamed child that was born at some point between 1877 and 1883, most likely in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died soon after birth in St. Paul.

George Edward Kernan (1884-1960), Owen and Harriett’s eleventh born child, was born on the 31 August 1884 in Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri, and died on the 20 October 1960 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. On the 01 June 1903, George married Maudena Elizabeth “Lizzie” Stearns (1885-1936), the daughter of Theodore Frelinghuysen Stearns (1844-1930) and Anna Eliza Backer (1854-1919), in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. Following their marriage, George and Maudena had twelve children born between 1905 and 1925, which were named Curtis, Ernest, Delmar, Owen, Florence, Walter, Vernon, Francis, Earl, Lloyd, an unnamed baby boy, and Gloria. Throughout the majority of his working life, George was employed as a pipefitter in the shipbuilding industry.

Owen and Harriett’s twelfth born child was Lillian Kernan (1886-1887), who was born on the 13 June 1886 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and died in infancy on the 22 June 1887 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

The following chart summarizes the known children of Owen and Harriett Kiernan, including not only their birth and death information, but also their marriage information.

# Name Birth Death Marriage
i. William H. 31 May 1865 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 24 June 1866 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
ii. Charles E. 02 February 1866 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 16 February 1916 in Oregon Unmarried
iii. Harriett E. 03 July 1867 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 19 April 1868 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
iv. Owen Francis 19 February 1869 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 21 September 1888 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Unmarried
v. Mary E. 10 September 1870 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 12 September 1870 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
vi. Julie A. 20 August 1872 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 20 September 1872 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
vii. Rose Amelia 18 July 1873 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 07 July 1942 in Lake Co., California 28 November 1893 to Thomas Wise in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota
viii. Mary A. 07 February 1875 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 13 July 1875 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
ix. Oliver Lawrence 04 June 1876 in Nebraska 30 January 1937 in Alameda Co., California About 1897 to Grace Bell Bentz in Oregon
x. Unnamed About 1877-1880 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota About 1877-1880 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy
xi. George Edward 31 August 1884 in Maryville, Nodaway Co., Missouri 20 October 1960 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon 01 June 1903 to Maudena Stearns in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
xii. Lillian 13 June 1886 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 22 June 1887 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota Died in infancy

Life in the Midwest

Throughout a majority of his life, Owen lived and raised his family in the Midwestern region of the United States, particularly Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska. Although Owen and his family have not yet been found on the 1865 Minnesota Census, a few details about Owen’s life between 1860 and 1870 are known.

In 1861 and continuing through 1865, the United States was embroiled in a costly Civil War with the Confederate States. Although the inhabitants of the state of Minnesota were not exempt from serving in this war, no definite record of military service for Owen has been found. Databases for Civil War soldiers show no soldiers named “Owen Kiernan” or “Owen Kernan” serving in Midwestern states, particularly Minnesota. The closest match is for an “Owens Kernan” found on the U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865. This record states that this “Owens Kernan” was living in Portage, St. Charles County, Missouri in 1863, was born in about 1840 in Missouri, was unmarried, and was employed as a farmer.  Another entry on this historical record is for an “Owen Kearney,” who was registered in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, was living in Carver County, Minnesota, was born in about 1833 in Ireland, and was employed as a laborer. Another record for this “Owen Kearney” adds that he was married. Additional Civil War records are unclear if either of these individuals served during the Civil War, or if either of them are an actual match for our Owen Kiernan. Furthermore, when asked on both state and federal census records about military service, no indication was made that Owen served.

According to a biography about his brother-in-law Thomas Berrisford (1840-1894), moreover, that was published in the Proceedings and Report of the Annual Meetings of the Minnesota Territorial Pioneers (1899), Owen entered into a partnership with said brother-in-law in about 1867, forming a small bakery together on Fifth Street in St. Paul. Exactly when and by what means Owen first entered and learned the baking trade is not known, though he likely learned it from or in association with his brother-in-law. Thomas, a native of England who immigrated to the United States with his parents and siblings to seek their fortune, settled in Minnesota by 1857 at which time he learned the baking trade. In about 1862, Thomas relocated to Chicago, Illinois, where he worked in some of the largest bakeries before returning to St. Paul in 1866. Although Owen and Thomas’s partnership began well in 1867, it came to an end before the end of the year with Owen “withdrawing,” and Thomas’s younger brother, Enoch, taking his place. It was after Owen’s departure that the company grew to become Berrisfords’ Cracker & Confectionery Company, which in 1890 was one of the forty bakeries that Adolphus Green purchased to form the American Biscuit & Manufacturing Company. Eight years later, Green’s company merged with William Moore’s New York Biscuit Company to form the National Biscuit Company, which changed its name to Nabisco in 1971.

Although Owen’s bakery partnership with his brother-in-law ended, his employment in the bakery trade did not. According to the 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Owen and his family were living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, where Owen was employed as a baker. In addition to his occupation, this historical record shows that Owen, his wife Harriett, and their two children (Owen and Charles) are living in the same household as lumber dealer and German immigrant Adolph Shirte and his family. It is unclear if this household was Owen’s or Adolph’s, though the 1870 U.S. Federal Census states that Adolph had a real estate value of $1,000 and a personal estate of 11,000, while it leaves these details blank for Owen. This may suggest that Owen and his family were borders in the Shirte household.

The 1870 U.S. Federal Census showing Owen Kiernan (line 12) and his family living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.
The 1870 U.S. Federal Census showing Owen Kiernan (line 12) and his family living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

Although enumerated on the 1870 U.S. Federal Census as living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, Owen and his family have not been found on the 1875 Minnesota Census. At some point after 1870 and before 1876, Owen moved his family to Nebraska, where his and Harriett’s ninth child (Oliver) was born in 1876. The reason for their move to Nebraska is unknown, though they did not remain there. By 1880, Owen and his family moved to Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri, where they are enumerated as living on the 1880 U.S. Federal Census. According to this historical record, Owen was not employed as a baker, but rather as a Railroad worker. This record also adds that Owen had been unemployed during the census year for what appears to be twelve months.

The 1880 U.S. Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri.
The 1880 U.S. Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri.

Although it is not clear how long Owen and his family remained in Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri, records show it was at least until 1884, as their eleventh child, George, was born in Maryville in that year. By the following year, Owen and his family had moved back to St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, where Owen, Harriett, and five of their children are enumerated as living on the 1885 Minnesota Census.

The 1885 Minnesota Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in St. Paul.
The 1885 Minnesota Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in St. Paul.

Later Years and Death

For Owen and his family, the remaining years of the 1880s were spent in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Following their enumeration on the 1885 Minnesota Census, details for Owen primarily come from the St. Paul City Directory. In 1886, Owen is found in this historical record listed as “Owen F. Kernan,” employed as a baker, and living at 587 Forest Street in St. Paul. This record also lists Owen and Harriett’s son, “Owen F. Kernan Jr.” as living in the same household and employed as a driver. The following year, Owen is listed in this record as still living at 587 Forest St., but employed as a porter instead of a baker. This record also lists Owen and Harriett’s son Charles E. Kernan living in the same household and employed as a barber. In 1888 and 1889, Owen is found again in the St. Paul City Directory living instead at 587 E. 4th Street and employed once again for his brother-in-law at Berrisfords’ Baking & Confectionery Company, though not as a baker as he had been previously but as a clerk.

As in the late 1880s, Owen and his family spent the early part of the 1890s in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Although the 1890 U.S. Federal Census was lost, Owen is found in the St. Paul City Directory for that year. According to his listing in this historical record, Owen and his family were living at 587 Forest Street and he was employed as an elevator operator at Berrisfords’ Baking & Confectionery Company. This record also lists Owen and Harriett’s daughter Rose A. Kernan living in the same household and employed as a clerk. In 1895, Owen and his family are enumerated on the 1895 Minnesota Census as still living at 587 Forest Street in St. Paul. According to this historical record, Owen was employed as an “elevator man,” though he also indicated that he had been unemployed in his usual occupation for twelve months during the census year.

The 1895 Minnesota Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.
The 1895 Minnesota Census showing Owen Kiernan and his family living in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

At some point following their enumeration on the 1895 Minnesota Census, moreover, Owen and his family left Minnesota for Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. An exact date or year for the move is not presently known, though oral family history passed on by Owen and Harriett’s daughter Rose (Kernan) Wise indicates that they may have moved to Oregon in 1900. The fact that Owen and his family have not been found enumerated on the 1900 U.S. Federal Census may indicate that they were still in route, which may have taken them through Montana, as one of their sons (Charles) was living there in 1900. The exact reason for their move, moreover, is not known, though oral family history passed on by Rose (Kernan) Wise suggests that they may have left Minnesota because they disliked the extreme cold weather typical of the state of Minnesota.

Regardless of the exact date and reason for their move to Oregon, it was not long after their arrival that tragedy struck the family. On the 11 December 1901 Owen Francis Kiernan died at the age of 62. According to his death certificate, Owen died from tuberculosis. Tuberculosis was the leading cause of death prior to the 1940s, particularly for diabetics like Owen. Although it is not known how long Owen had tuberculosis, his death certificate adds that he had been attended to by a physician since about January of 1901. His death certificate also adds that the illness may have started in Minnesota.

The Death Certificate of Owen Francis Kiernan.
The Death Certificate of Owen Francis Kiernan.

According to his death certificate, moreover, Owen was buried on the 12 December 1901 in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. His metal headstone reads “Owen Kernan, Died Dec. 11, 1901, Aged 62 Years. Weep Not, He is at Rest.”

The Headstone of Owen Francis Kiernan in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Portland
The Headstone of Owen Francis Kiernan in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.

Following Owen’s death, Harriett lived with her children. In 1905 she was enumerated as living in Wayzata, Hennepin County, Minnesota in the household of her daughter Rose (Kernan) Wise and her family on the 1905 Minnesota Census. Although it is unclear why Harriett, Rose, and Rose’s family moved back to Minnesota, by 1910 they are enumerated as living in Kelso, Cowlitz County, Washington on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census, with Harriett living again in the household of her daughter Rose (Kernan) Wise and her family. Although it is unclear who she was living with, by 1915 Harriett is found listed in the Portland City Directory as living in Portland. In 1920, she was still living in Portland, but in the household of her son Oliver and his family. Although not found on the Oregon Death Index, family records state that Harriett died on the 16 February 1927 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. Where she was buried is not presently known, though she is not buried next to her husband, Owen.

The 1905 Minnesota Census showing Harriett Kiernan living in her daughter Rose's household in Wayzata, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
The 1905 Minnesota Census showing Harriett Kiernan living in her daughter Rose’s household in Wayzata, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
The 1910 U.S. Federal Census showing Harriett Kiernan living her daughter Rose's household in Kelso, Cowlitz Co., Washington
The 1910 U.S. Federal Census showing Harriett Kiernan living her daughter Rose’s household in Kelso, Cowlitz Co., Washington
The 1920 U.S. Federal Census showing Harriett Kiernan living in the household of her son Oliver in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon.
The 1920 U.S. Federal Census showing Harriett Kiernan living in the household of her son Oliver in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon.

Owen & Harriett Kiernan Timeline

The following chart summarizes the major events in Owen and Harriett Kiernan’s lives, from their births until their deaths.

Date Event
Feb 1836 Owen born in Nicolet, Quebec, Canada
Jun 1836 Harriett born in Howard, Steuben County, New York
1840-1845 Harriett moved to Illinois with her parents
1850 Harriett was living in Eden, Schuyler Co., Illinois
1851 Owen was living in Sainte-Monique, Quebec, Canada with parents
1851-1857 Owen immigrated to the United States with parents and siblings
1857 Owen was living in Sibley Co., Minnesota with parents
1860 Owen was living in Dryden, Sibley Co., Minnesota, were Owen was employed as a farm laborer
1863 Owen married Harriett Dunton in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota
1867 Owen entered bakery partnership with brother-in-law Thomas Berrisford, which dissolved within the year
1870 Owen and Harriett were living in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota, were Owen was employed as a baker
1880 Owen and Harriett were living in Maryville, Nodaway Co., Missouri, where Owen was employed as a worker for the railroad
1885 Owen and Harriett were living in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota
1886-1888 Owen was employed as a baker in a Restaurant in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota
1890-1895 Owen was employed as an Elevator Operator for Berrisfords’ Cracker & Confectionery Company in St. Paul
1895-1900 Owen and Harriett moved to Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon with their children and their families
1901 Owen died in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
1905 Harriett was living in Wayzata, Hennepin Co., Minnesota with daughter Rose and her family
1910 Harriett was living in Kelso, Cowlitz Co., Washington with daughter Rose and her family
1920 Harriett was living in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon with son Oliver and his family
1927 Harriett died in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

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