Harmon Allen, 1825

stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org on Tue, 13 Feb 2001


----Source: History of Clark County, Wisconsin (1918), by Franklyn, Curtiss-Wedge

HARMON ALLEN, a pioneer, was born in Ohio, Oct. 22, 1825, and as a young man came to Wisconsin, settling in Dodge County. In 1865 he came to this county and secured the northeast quarter of Section 35, York Township, near Windfall Corners. This land he cleared, developed and improved. After a successful career here, during which he became a substantial citizen and public officeholder, he moved to North Dakota, dying in Dickinson, that state, Nov. 5, 1896. His wife, Harriett Ann Hallock, daughter of William and Anna (Stevenson) Hallock, died Jan. 10, 1886. Their children were: Louisa, Ida Ann, Martha Jane, Effie Eunice, Rebecca Marie, Almeda, Elmira, William and Watson.

1880 Federal Census--Weston, Clark, WI

H. Allen @54, b. OH, Farmer, Father b. MA, Mother b. CT

Wife: Harriet @44, b. Canada, Keeping House, Father b. Canada, Mother b. NY

Dau: Effie @16, b. WI, Student

Dau: Robie @12, b. WI, Student

Grandson: Ray Marsh @7, b. WI, Student



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