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Abby Posey at Sep 09, 2022 08:12 PM

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Summary: Noah Harris, 123rd USCT Co. I. Enrolled and mustered on September 27, 1864 at Louisville, KY. Died on February 24, 1865, cause of death was typhoid fever.
Mary Harris was 50 years old when she submitted a widow’s pension application. Mary was married to Noah in 1846 by a colored preacher, Thomas Miller. They all resided in Jefferson county, Kentucky. She remained a widow after Noah’s death her maiden name was Mary Miller.
Mary and Noah only have one living child, Maggie Harris, who was born in 1852. The remaining three children are dead. George Harris died at 18, Richard Harris at 10, and Ann Harris died at 3.

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Summary: Noah Harris, 123rd USCT Co. I. Enrolled and mustered on September 27, 1864 at Louisville, KY. Died on February 24, 1865, cause of death was typhoid fever.
Mary Harris was 50 years old when she submitted a widow’s pension application. Mary was married to Noah in 1846 by a colored preacher, Thomas Miller. They all resided in Jefferson county, Kentucky. She remained a widow after Noah’s death her maiden name was Mary Miller.
Mary and Noah only have one living child, Maggie Harris, who was born in 1852. The remaining three children are dead. George Harris died at 18, Richard Harris at 10, and Ann Harris died at 3.