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 Julia Ann <I>Shearer</I> Harryman

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Julia Ann Shearer Harryman

Birth
Brown County, Ohio, USA
Death
5 Dec 1919 (aged 105)
Mooresville, Morgan County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Landersdale, Morgan County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
27744969 View Source

MRS. JULIA HARRYMAN DIES
AT THE AGE OF 105
Came to Indiana With Her Parents
zWhen a Child
Settled Near Irvington

Mrs. Julia Shearer Harryman, who was 105 years old October 24, died here yesterday evening at the home of Charles Harryman, her son. She was born in Brown county, Ohio, October 24, 1814, or two years before Indiana became a state.
With Andrew and Madeline Shearer, her parents, Mrs. Harryman came to this region when quite young, the family settling near the present site of Irvington and members of the family are still living in that vicinity. She was married to John Harryman in 1839 and lived in Indianapolis several years, often telling in recent times of making soap in Washington street. Mrs. Harryman was a neighbor and close friend of Govenor (sic) and Mrs. Noble, frequently exchanging cookery with Mrs. Noble.
After coming to Morgan county, Mr. and Mrs. Harryman were active in establishing schools and in the interests of the Mt. Olive Methodist Episcopal church, east of Mooresville. She had been a member of the Methodist church since she was thirteen years old, uniting with the denomination at old Bethel in Marion county. For the greater part of her life, she was connected with the Mt. Olive church, and her home, except for a few years spent in Bloomington while her children were in Indiana University, has been in that vicinity.
Mr. Harryman was accidentally killed more than twenty five years ago when they moved here. Mr. and Mrs. Harryman had seven children, one son loosing (sic) his life in the civil war. Those who survive are Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Bloxam, wife of Judge Bloxam, of Pratt, Kans.; Mrs. Vincent Williams and Alfred and Charles Harrman (sic), of Mooresville. There are a number of the fifth generation of the family, most of them living in Kansas.
There (sic) burial will be at Mt. Olive cemetery, where her husband, son and many friends of former days are buried.

MRS. JULIA HARRYMAN DIES
AT THE AGE OF 105
Came to Indiana With Her Parents
zWhen a Child
Settled Near Irvington

Mrs. Julia Shearer Harryman, who was 105 years old October 24, died here yesterday evening at the home of Charles Harryman, her son. She was born in Brown county, Ohio, October 24, 1814, or two years before Indiana became a state.
With Andrew and Madeline Shearer, her parents, Mrs. Harryman came to this region when quite young, the family settling near the present site of Irvington and members of the family are still living in that vicinity. She was married to John Harryman in 1839 and lived in Indianapolis several years, often telling in recent times of making soap in Washington street. Mrs. Harryman was a neighbor and close friend of Govenor (sic) and Mrs. Noble, frequently exchanging cookery with Mrs. Noble.
After coming to Morgan county, Mr. and Mrs. Harryman were active in establishing schools and in the interests of the Mt. Olive Methodist Episcopal church, east of Mooresville. She had been a member of the Methodist church since she was thirteen years old, uniting with the denomination at old Bethel in Marion county. For the greater part of her life, she was connected with the Mt. Olive church, and her home, except for a few years spent in Bloomington while her children were in Indiana University, has been in that vicinity.
Mr. Harryman was accidentally killed more than twenty five years ago when they moved here. Mr. and Mrs. Harryman had seven children, one son loosing (sic) his life in the civil war. Those who survive are Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Bloxam, wife of Judge Bloxam, of Pratt, Kans.; Mrs. Vincent Williams and Alfred and Charles Harrman (sic), of Mooresville. There are a number of the fifth generation of the family, most of them living in Kansas.
There (sic) burial will be at Mt. Olive cemetery, where her husband, son and many friends of former days are buried.


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  • Created by: Burt
  • Added: 22 Jun 2008
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 27744969
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/27744969/julia-ann-harryman: accessed ), memorial page for Julia Ann Shearer Harryman (24 Oct 1814–5 Dec 1919), Find a Grave Memorial ID 27744969, citing Mount Olive Cemetery, Landersdale, Morgan County, Indiana, USA; Maintained by Burt (contributor 46867609) .