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Charles Harman 1879-1948


Posted By: Sharyl Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 12/15/2009 at 15:31:31

Roundup Man's Rites Planned

Roundup, Montana, Nov 19 - Requiem high mass for Charles Harman, St., 69, who died Thursday in a Billings hospital, will be sung Monday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Benedict's Catholic church by the Rev. Joseph Freibert.

Mr. Harman, a resident of the Lavina and Roundup communities since 1908, had been hospitalized five days before his death but he had been in poor health for five years.

After the requiem in Roundup the body will be taken to Billings where committal services are scheduled in Mountview cemetery at 12:15 p.m. Monday. Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. in Wier's chapel.

Mr. Harman was born July 22, 1879, at Postville, Iowa. He came to Lavina to homestead in 1909 and in 1924 moved to a ranch six miles west of Roundup. He married Miss Agnes Mills in Roundup Aug. 7, 1920. Surviving are the widow; four sons, Charles G. Harman of Laurel, Leo of Billings, Minor of Barber and John of Lavina; four daughters, Miss Loris Harman of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Charles Tomlin of Roundup, Mrs. Richard O'Donnell of Bozeman and Mrs. William Brown of Billings; a brother, John Harman of Valley Falls, Kan., and 11 grandchildren.

~Billings Gazette, November 20, 1948


Note added 4/12/2017 by S. Ferrall:
Charles Harman was first married to Minnie P. Gaylord. She died in Montana in 1919. In 1920 he was remarried, to Agnes Mills.


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