Jacob Harmon

Jacob B. Harmon (1857 - 1940)

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Jacob B. Harmon
Born in Sullivan County, Missouri, USAmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 25 Jan 1880 in Sullivan County, Missouri, USAmap
[children unknown]
Died in Browning, Linn County, Missouri, USAmap
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Biography

Jacob B. Harmon was born April 9, 1857 in Sullivan County, Missouri. He was the son of Alexander Harmon and Margaret Tharp.

In August, 1860, Jacob B. Harmon was living with his family in Sullivan County, Missouri. His father's real estate was valued at $1,400.00. His personal estate was valued at $1,823.00. Enumerated in the household were:

In July, 1870, Jacob B. Harmon was living with his family in Pleasant Hill Township, Sullivan County, Missouri. His father's real estate was valued at $2,000.00; his personal estate was valued at $2,805.00. Enumerated in the household were:

Jacob B. Harmon married Cornelia Caroline Becker on January 25, 1880 in Sullivan County, Missouri. She was the daughter of Hiram Becker & Evaline Traber.

In June, 1880, Jacob B. Harmon & Cornelia Caroline Becker were farming in Pleasant Hill Township in Sullivan County, Missouri. Enumerated in the household were:

In June, 1910, Jacob B. Harmon & Cornelia Caroline Becker were farming in Benton, Linn County, Missouri. He was employed as a bank cashier. They can both read and write. They owned their farm free of mortgage. They had been married for 20 years, with no children. Enumerated in the household were:

In 1920, Jacob B. Harmon & Cornelia Caroline Becker were farming in Benton, Linn County, Missouri. He was employed as a baker. Enumerated in the household were:

  • Jacob B. Harmon (63)
  • Cornelia Caroline Becker (51)
  • Norris W. Philliips (22) - Friend, employed as assistant cashier at bank

In April, 1930, Jacob B. Harmon & Cornelia Caroline Becker were farming in Browning, Linn County, Missouri. They ran a stock farm. Enumerated in the household were:

  • Jacob B. Harmon (73)
  • Cornelia Caroline Becker (72)
  • Norris W. Phillips (32) - Roomer, employed as assistant cashier at bank

In April, 1940, Jacob B. Harmon & Cornelia Caroline Becker were farming in Browning, Linn County, Missouri. Their home was valued at $3,000.00. Enumerated in the household were:

Jacob B. Harmon died on December 5, 1940 in Browning, Linn County, Missouri. He was 83 years old. He was buried in Knifong Cemetery in Sullivan County, Missouri.

Sources

  • Birth
    • Find-A-Grave Memorial # 64702815 (see link below)
    • Missouri Standard Death Certificate ( see link below)
  • Marriage
    • Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
  • Residence
    • 1860 United States Federal Census (Sullivan County, MO)
    • 1870 United States Federal Census (Pleasant Hill, Sullivan County, MO)
    • 1880 United States Federal Census (Pleasant Hill, Sullivan County, MO)
    • 1900 United States Federal Census (Benton, Linn County, MO)
    • 1910 United States Federal Census (Benton, Linn County, MO)
    • 1920 United States Federal Census (Benton, Linn County, MO)
    • 1930 United States Federal Census (Benton, Linn County, MO)
    • 1940 United States Federal Census (Browning, Linn County, MO)
  • Death & Burial


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