♀ 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

1854


Apr 10
1854 Pope Pius IX in the Papal Bull Ineffabilis Deus defines ex Cathedra the dogma of Immaculate Conception, which holds that the Blessed Virgin Mary was conceived without original sin.

1860


Aug 9
Age: 6y
1860 • China agrees in an unequal treaty imposed on it to allow missionaries to proselytize throughout the country.

1874


Feb 5
Age: 19y
1874 John Ernst Worrell Keely demonstrates his "induction resonance motion motor" — a perpetual motion machine. It turns out to be a fraud.

1900


Jun 15
Age: 46y
1900 • Two U.S. Navy cruisers are sent to Central America to protect American interests in a dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

1930


Age: 75y

residence


Harriet (Jenkins) Miller and her family were the first residents at 140 W Jefferson St.
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1930 • The radio drama The Shadow airs for the first time in the United States.

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 • General Maxime Weygand replaces Maurice Gamelin as commander-in-chief of all French forces.

1940


Apr 30

burial


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Buried in the Memphis Cemetery
1940 • Recruitment begins in Britain for a home defence force: the Local Defence Volunteers, later known as the Home Guard.

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