♀ Harriet Madison Jenkins

1854 - 1940

 

Hattie

Harriet Madison Jenkins
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Parents
Spouse
William Henry Miller
William Henry Miller
1843 - 1926
Children
Alta Janetta Miller
Alta Janetta Miller
1874 - 1966
Estella Mary Miller
Estella Mary Miller
1878 - 1924
Lula Bell Miller
Lula Bell Miller
1880 - 1968
Charles Dewitt Miller
Charles Dewitt Miller
1887 - 1981
Siblings
William Washington Jenkins
William W Jenkins
1838 - 1919
David Cravens Jenkins
David Cravens Jenkins
1840 - 1871
Mary Melvina Jenkins
Mary Melvina Jenkins
1841 - 1925
Eleven Jenkins
Eleven Jenkins
1843 - 1924
John Seldon Jenkins
John Seldon Jenkins
1845 - 1922
Rodney King Jenkins
Rodney King Jenkins
1848 - 1891
Priscilla Ann Jenkins
Priscilla Ann Jenkins
1852 - 1918

1860


Aug 9
Age: 6y
1860 Battle of Castelfidardo: The Piedmontese decisively defeat the Papal forces, allowing them to continue their march into Neapolitan territory, and effectively reducing the Papal States to the territory around Rome.

1874


Feb 5
Age: 19y
1874 • Indian wars]]: U.S. Army Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie leads his force of 600 men on the successful raid of the last sanctuary of the Kiowa, Comanche and Cheyenne Indian tribes, a village inside the Palo Duro Canyon in Texas, and carries out their removal to the designated Indian reservations in Oklahoma. Frances H. Kennedy, American Indian Places: A Historical Guidebook (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008) p168

1878


Mar 11
Age: 23y
1878 • The first assassination attempt is made against Umberto I of Italy by anarchist Giovanni Passannante, armed with a dagger. The King survived with a slight wound in one arm. Prime minister Benedetto Cairoli blocks the aggressor, receiving a leg injury.

1900


Jun 15
Age: 46y
1900 • The United Kingdom and the United States sign a treaty for the building of a Central American shipping canal across Central America in Nicaragua.

1930


Age: 75y

residence


Harriet (Jenkins) Miller and her family were the first residents at 140 W Jefferson St.
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1930 German election, 1930: National Socialists win 107 seats in the German Parliament, the Reichstag (18.3% of all the votes), making them the second largest party.

1940


Apr 2
Age: 85y
George Jacob Simon - 1940 United States Federal Census

residence


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Harriet is living with her daughter Alta and son-in-law George shortly before her death.
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1940 • The Soviet Army enters the Baltic states of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

1940


Apr 30

burial


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Buried in the Memphis Cemetery
1940 • WWII: The Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 is signed into law by Franklin D. Roosevelt, creating the first peacetime draft in U.S. history.

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