Indiana McCaslins

James Halliday HarmonAge: 56 years18141870

Name
James Halliday Harmon
Source: S751
Publication: Town of Acworth, 1869
Source: S3591
Birth about 1814 24 19
Birth of a sisterMary Elizabeth Harmon
about 1823 (Age 9 years)
MarriageHarriet Sweetser StudleyView this family
before 1837 (Age 23 years)

Note: first child was born in 1837
Birth of a daughter
#1
Elizabeth Halliday Harmon
July 27, 1837 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Caroline M. (Carrie) Harmon
September 1840 (Age 26 years)
Census 1850 (Age 36 years)
Marriage of a childCharles William HoldenElizabeth Halliday HarmonView this family
April 3, 1863 (Age 49 years)
Occupation
1850 Printer

Death April 14, 1870 (Age 56 years)
Note: James' wife Harriet Studley Harmon is recorded as a widow on the 1880 census for Portland, Cumberland, Maine
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
himself
10 years
younger sister
Family with Harriet Sweetser Studley - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: before 1837
7 months
daughter
3 years
daughter

Birth1850 US Census
Census1850 US Census
Occupation1850 US Census
NameLetter from Christine McCaslin Brown to Marian Brown Lenhart
NameGenealogy of the Studleys
NameS751
Publication: Town of Acworth, 1869
NameS3591
Death1880 US Federal Census
Death1870 US Federal Census Mortality Schedule
Marriage

first child was born in 1837

Death

James' wife Harriet Studley Harmon is recorded as a widow on the 1880 census for Portland, Cumberland, Maine

Shared note

Of Portland, Maine

in the 1850 US Federal Census for Portland, Cumberland, Maine, 36-year-old Maine-born printer James H and his 34-year-old New Hampshire-born wife Harriet S [Studley] Harmon have in their household their Maine-born children, 13-year-old Elizabeh H, 11-year-old George A, and 9-year-old Caroline M, James' parents, 60-year-old Maine-born sadler [sic] Dominicus and 55-year-old Maine-born Harriet M [Mussey] Harmon and a 19-year-old Maine-born apprentice, Daniel Hamlen. Dominicus owns $2,500 worth of real estate whereas James owns none, which implies that James is living in a residence owned by his father. All three children have attended school in the past year.

James H Harmon,56-year-old printer, died Apr 1870 at age 56 of inflammation of the bowels.

James is missing from the 1880 US Federal Census for Portland, Cumberland, Maine, on which his wife Harriet Studley Harmon is listed as a widow. He died Apr 1870.