Bio: Haralson, Harold "Harry" Cornelius (30 Jul 1865 - 12 Feb 1953)

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Surnames: Gebhardt, Haraldsen, Haralson, Ingalls, Larson, Olsdatter, Olson

 

----Sources: Black River Falls, Banner Journal, date: 08/01/1951, page: 07


Harry C. Haralson, who returned from Michigan to spend the summer months at the home of his son, Leroy Haralson, had a real thrill one day last week when a couple of men drove into the yard and stopped to visit with him. One was his cousin, Louis Larson, of the state of Washington. He was accompanied by Henry Olson, of Greenwood, Mr. Larson’s former home, and where he had been visiting. They did not stay long but they did a lot of visiting while they were here. Louis Larson was a son of Anton Larson, who married Mrs. Haralson's mothers' sister. They later moved to Greenwood but left there 56 years ago and are now in the state of Washington. Henry Olson, Greenwood, Mr. Haralson and Mrs. Larson's folks all lived at what was known as the "Tibbitts Steam Mill" in Oak Ridge.   lt was called the steam mill because it was run by an engine instead of water, as the usual mills in this section were. Herman J. Gebhardt and Robert Woodford, who were visiting at the Woodford Golden Wedding a week ago Sunday, could remember the steam mills. Mr. Haralson can remember being rolled in a blanket when a small child, carried out of their house at the Tibbitts mill and sitting out in the snow and watching the house burn. His father was the late John Haralson. July 30th Mr. Haralson will be 86 years of age. For his years he is one of the youngest looking men we know. He thought Mr. Larson was about 80 years of age. The two cousins had not been together for 70 years.  Black River Falls, Banner Journal, date: 08/01/1951, page: 07

 

Harry was born in Wisconsin 30 July 1953, the son of John Haraldsen (May 1836–4 May 1890)​​ & Ragnhild Marie Olsdatter "Olson" (13 Aug 1835-13 Aug 1920) who married 26 Jan 1862 in Sannidal, Telemark, Norway.

 

Harold Cornelius is buried in Black River Falls, Jackson, Wisconsin

 

Eva Lillian Ingalls (1871–1945)

 

Residences
 

1870 Wisconsin, United States

1900 Irving town, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

1905 Irving, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

1910 Irving, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

1920 Black River Falls Ward 3, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States
 
1930 Black River Falls, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

1935 Black River Falls, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

1940 Black River Falls, Black River Falls City, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States

 

The Children of Harold and Eva Ingalls Haralson

 

Merritt John Haralson 1888–1955; Fred W Haralson 1893–1969; Leroy Manfred Haralson 1895–1982; Earl Marion Haralson 1896–1979​​; Elmer Haralson 1897–1975; Russell Eugene Haralson Sr. 1899–1961; Irma Irene Haralson 1902–1972; ? Haralson 1906–?; Archie C Haralson 1907–2003; Vera Iola Haralson 1909–1982; Donald Haralson 1912–Deceased; Myrle Howard Haralson 1913–1980

 

 

 


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