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George W. Harder and Mary A. Turner of Hemlock NY

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George W. Harder of Hemlock NY circa 1890.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Mary A. Turner Harder of Hemlock NY circa 1890.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Flora M. and Harriet Harder of Hemlock NY c1878.

Daughters of George W. and Mary A. Turner Harder.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Harriet and Flora M. Harder of Hemlock NY c1883.

Daughters of George W. and Mary A. Turner Harder.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

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Lulu, Harriet and Flora M. Harder of Hemlock NY c1895.

Daughters of George W. and Mary A. Turner Harder.

Courtesy of Ann Briggs Brown.

The Family of George Washington Harder and Mary Adeline Turner Harder

 

 

 

birth place

death place

George W. Harder

husband

26 September 1848 - 4 April 1929

Hemlock NY

Hemlock NY

Mary A. Turner Harder

wife

25 August 1850 - 21 June 1892

Hemlock NY

Hemlock NY

 

marriage

Unknown date

 

 

Flora M. Harder

daughter

5 January 1873 - 12 May 1960

Hemlock NY

Hemlock NY

Harriet Harder

daughter

10 March 1875 - April 1938

Hemlock NY

Richmond NY

Lulu A. Harder

daughter

15 April 1877 - 10 November 1953

Hemlock NY

Hemlock NY

Cora G. Harder

daughter

30 July 1880 - 3 January 1885

Hemlock NY

Hemlock NY

 

 

 

 

The Parents of George W. Harder

William Harder I and Catherine Jones Harder

The Parents of Mary A. Turner Harder

Peter S. Turner and Harriet Short Turner

Harder Family Tree

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Jones Family Tree

Turner Family Tree

Short Family Tree

The Obituary of George W. Harder

26 September 1848 - 4 April 1929

From the Democrat and Chronicle, 9 April 1929

The funeral of George W. Harder, 80, a life-long resident of the town of Livonia, whose death occurred Thursday, was held yesterday afternoon from his late home in the south-eastern part of the town.

Burial was in Harder Cemetery on the hillside in sight of his home.

Mr. Harder was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Harder and was one of a family of five children, two sons and three daughters, only one of whom survives, Mrs. Ann Jerome of Livonia Center.

He is survived also by three daughters, Miss Mabel Harder who lives with her sister, Mrs. Charles Briggs in the Harder homestead, and Mrs. George E. Purcell of the town of Richmond, four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

The Obituary of Mary A. Turner Harder

25 August 1850 - 21 June 1892

From the Livonia Gazette, 24 June 1892

Mrs. George Harder received injuries in a runaway accident on Jacques hill last Sunday morning, from which she died on Tuesday.

Mrs. Harder and her two daughters started for church at Hemlock Lake in a single top buggy. Some part of the harness broke as they neared the bottom of the hill, which frightened the horse and made it unmanageable. The horse ran to the right side of the road and threw Mabel from the buggy, and then took the middle of the road, which overturned the vehicle and Mrs. Harder was thrown to the ground and dragged some distance.

Mabel was quite seriously hurt, but her injuries are not considered dangerous.

Mrs. Harder was taken to Mr. Brown’s, at the foot of the hill, where a stretcher was made, and six men carried her to her own home.

She remained unconscious until Monday forenoon, but at that time consciousness returned and she conversed with her family, but soon grew worse and died the next morning. Three ribs were broken, and it is thought one of them pierced her lung.

One of the girls left the buggy to walk down the hill, but for which the accident might have resulted in two deaths instead of one. The Jacques hill road has the history of a number of serious runaway accidents, but we do not know that anything has ever occurred more terrible than this.

The funeral was held yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Harder leaves a husband and three daughters, with whom the entire community deeply sympathizes.

The Burial of George W. Harder

Harder Cemetery in Hemlock NY

The Burial of Mary A. Turner Harder

Harder Cemetery in Hemlock NY

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