♂ William Harrison Bourne

1821 - 1887

 

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William Harrison Bourne
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Parents
John Davis Bourne
John Davis Bourne
1794 - 1877
Nancy Higbee
Nancy Higbee
1797 - 1868
Spouse
Paulina Jane Tompkins
Paulina Jane Tompkins
1830 - 1917
Children
Ambrose E Bourn
Ambrose E Bourn
1849 - 1905
John Dudley Bourn
John Dudley Bourn
1850 - 1912
Lucy Francis Bourn
Lucy Francis Bourn
1854 - 1937
Nancy J Bourn
Nancy J Bourn
1857 - 1947
Joseph Anderson Bourn
Joseph Anderson Bourn
1860 - 1937
Mary Susan Bourn
Mary Susan Bourn
1862 - 1940
Charles Albert Bourn
Charles Albert Bourn
1866 - 1937
Siblings
Joseph Stultz Bourne
Joseph Stultz Bourne
1823 - 1896
Frances Jane Bourne
Frances Jane Bourne
1825 - 1859
John J Bourne
John J Bourne
1836 - 1917

William was drafted into the Civil War around 1865 for the Union Army under John F. Benjamin, and worked as a farmer in Miller Township.  He was a Master Mason, a justice of the peace of Scotland county for a number of years, and a member of the Baptist Church - he died in that faith on the 12th of December, 1887.

1846


Sep 23
Age: 24y
1846 Bear Flag Revolt: American settlers in Sonoma, California, start a rebellion against Mexico and proclaim the California Republic.
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1848


Age: 25y
1848 Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine and Robert Baldwin became the first Joint Premiers of the Province of Canada to be democratically elected under a system of responsible government.

1852


Jan
Age: 30y
1852 Taiping Rebellion: The Taiping army took Hanyang and begins the siege of Wuchang.
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1859


Age: 36y
1859 • In San Francisco, California, Joshua Norton proclaims himself to be His Imperial Majesty Emperor Norton I, "Emperor of the United States" and "Protector of Mexico".
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1861


Age: 38y
1861 • The Missouri secession bill is signed by Governor Jackson.
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1862


Age: 39y
1862 • The California State Normal School (later San Jose State University) is created by an Act of the California Legislature.
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1865


Age: 42y
William Harrison Bourn - U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865

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Miller, Scotland, Missouri, USA ⇓
He was drafted into the civil war under J.F. Benjamin, who was a provost marshal of the Union Army.
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1865 • American Civil War: Lieutenant General Richard Taylor, commanding all Confederate forces in Alabama, Mississippi, and eastern Louisiana, surrenders his forces to Union General Edward Canby at Citronelle, Alabama, effectively ending all Confederate resistance east of the Mississippi River.
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1867


Age: 44y
1867 • After almost 20 years (1848), the United States Congress forbids taxpayer funding of diplomatic envoys to the Holy See (Vatican) and breaks of relations. Funding resumes along with relations in 1984.
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1869


Age: 46y

1880


Age: 57y

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