History of Larimer County Colorado Vol. II says the baby is the "3 week old daughter of Mark Harned"
Fort Collins Courier (Fort Collins, Larimer County)
Wednesday, April 24, 1907, Page: 15, "RED MOUNTAIN" section says:
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Harned are rejoicing over the birth of a son.
and then the Fort Collins Courier (Fort Collins, Larimer County) Wednesday, May 15, 1907, Page: 11, "LIVERMORE" Section says:
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harned died in Cheyenne on May 7th where they had taken him for medical treatment. The funeral occurred on the 9th inst. from their Boxelder home and interment was made in Livermore cemetery. Their many friends extend deepest sympathy in their sorrow.
Then Fort Collins Courier (Fort Collins, Larimer County)
Wednesday, December 18, 1907, Page: 20 Section: LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Born, to Mrs. David Harned of Livermore, on Friday, a daughter. Mrs. Harned is at the home of Mrs. L. Horsley, 317 E. Laurel.
(from the 1910 census, this would likely be Julia E., age 2)
The 1910 census indicates Mrs. M. T. (Alexina) had 2 children, 2 still living, while Mrs. Dave C. (Minnie) indicates she has had 4 with 3 still living.
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