♀ 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 • The British recognize the independence of the Orange Free State; its official independence is declared 6 days later.

1860


Aug 9
Age: 6y
1860 • In Buenos Aires, leader Bartolomé Mitre subverts the Argentine Confederation and begins to establish a new centralist government with the help of Uruguayan Colorado party leader Venancio Flores.

1878


Mar 11
Age: 23y
1878 Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld leaves Karlskrona on a voyage that will make him the first to navigate the Northern Sea Route, a shipping lane from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean along the Siberian coast.

1887


Aug
Age: 33y
1887 • King Kalākaua of Hawai'i is forced by anti-monarchists to sign the 'Bayonet Constitution', stripping the Hawaiian monarchy of much of its authority as well as disfranchising most native Hawaiians, all Asians and the poor.

1900


Jun 15
Age: 46y
1900 • The international arbitration court at The Hague is created when the Netherlands' Senate ratifies an 1899 peace conference decree.

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 • President Roosevelt, at his regular press conference, first sets forth the outline of his plan to send aid to Great Britain that will become known as Lend-Lease.

1940


Apr 30

burial


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Buried in the Memphis Cemetery
1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt, in a fireside chat to the nation, declares that the United States must become "the great arsenal of democracy."

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