|Birth: ||Sep. 11, 1885|
British Columbia, Canada
|Death: ||May 30, 1967|
New Haven County
Harry was born in the United States near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His Native American mother was full-blood Blackfoot of the Sioux nation, and her name is unfortunately not known.
Harry at one time in his very early years began studying for the Catholic Priesthood.
In his youth he moved to NYC with his mother where she was employed with a well-known & respected physician in Manhattan. There he learned to fluently speak several languages and received his education.
On June 21,1920 Harry married Bernice Wadleigh of New Hampshire in Appanoug, R.I. They had 2 daughters; Doris & Virginia and 3 sons; Joseph, Lawrence & Gene. Harry adopted a son Ernest (Jack Reynolds) from a previous marriage of his wife.
Harry worked as a salesman most of his life, never retiring. He resided in Branford, Conn. with his wife & worked at Union Station R.R. in New Haven, Conn. assisting travelers until the week preceeding his death at the age of 82.
He leaves numerous grandchildren & great-grandchildren. He never left for work before he could get a great squeezing hug from a grandchild.-He would be pleased his great love of books and history has been passed on to his great-grandchildren-
"The greatest adventure of all is in the afterlife"
Bernice Wadleigh Jacquelin (1895 - 1994)*
Jack (Ernest) W. Reynolds (1915 - 1991)*
Doris Lillian Jacquelin Stempowicz (1919 - 2002)*
Joseph C. Jacquelin (1920 - 1979)*
Lawrence Jacquelin (1923 - 1992)*
Eugene L Jacquelin (1928 - 2013)*
All Saints Cemetery
New Haven County
Plot: Originally buried in Evergreen Cemetary-Reinterred at All Saints next to his wife in 1995
Maintained by: familylady
Originally Created by: Only Gina
Record added: Mar 13, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8500294
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