Person:Harlow Freeman (1)

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Harlow Herbert Freeman
m. 22 Oct 1850
  1. Charles H Freeman1852 - 1936
  2. Harlow Herbert Freeman1858 - 1934
  3. Frankie Adel Freeman1862 - 1953
  4. Edward E Freeman1866 - 1955
  5. Alice M Freeman1868 - 1868
  6. Willis Freeman1869 - 1950
m. Dec 23, 1882
  1. Walter Freeman1882 -
  2. Roy Ray Freeman1885 - 1920
  3. Nellie Freeman1891 -
Facts and Events
Name Harlow Herbert Freeman
Alt Name HH Freeman
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] July 16, 1858 Kalamazoo County, Michigan
Marriage Dec 23, 1882 Hall, Nebraska, United Statesto Fannie Amelia Hall
Death[1][2] Nov 7, 1934 Kaycee, Johnson, Wyoming, United States
Cause of Death? Cancer of Prostate Gland and ?

Harlow H Freeman

Harlow H Freeman was born in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Harlow is the son of Parish Moses Freeman and Mary A Davis. Harlow married Fanny A Hall, the daughter of William McHenry Hall and Almira Raner. Harlow (H.H.) as an adult was known by the name of H.H. Freeman. There are two biographies of the Harlow H Freeman family that have been published. One in Nebraska and one in Wyoming.

Note: His wife's obit says they moved to Wyoming in 1894.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Harlow H Freeman's Wyoming State death certificate, Nov 7, 1934, Primary quality.

    lists his date of birth as July 16, 1858. Date of death listed as Nov 7, 1934 place of death listed as Kaycee, Johnson, Wyoming. Place of burial is listed as Arcadia, Nebraska. He and his parents birthplace listed as Michigan. His fathers place of birth is listed as Kalamazoo, Michigan. That is incorrect. His parents were born in New York State. Harlow was born in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Informant was Walter Freeman, one of his sons.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Harlow Herbert Freeman's obit, Primary quality.

    lists his name as Harold H Freeman. Born on July 16, 1858 at Kalamazoo, Michigan. Son of Parish and Mary Freeman pioneers of Nebraska. Married Dec 25, 1876 to Fannie A Hall. He settled in the Klondike vicinity and in 1898 took up a claim on Beaver Creek. In 1899 he took up residence there and remained in the Barnum vicinity 10 or 12 years. later moving to Kaycee. Rev of the Congregational church officiating. He was taken for burial to Nebraska.

  3. Parish Moses Freeman Civil War Pension File, Jan 15, 1898, Primary quality.