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Thomas Shannon
(Abt 1824-1906)
Mary Willis
(Abt 1819-1897)
William C. Parkhurst
Elizabeth Shannon
(Abt 1858-1914)
Harold William Parkhurst
(1899-After 1977)


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Harold William Parkhurst 124,150

  • Born: 29 Jun 1899 150
  • Died: After 1977 1195

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

In the News: Visit, 8 Aug 1917, Oswego, Oswego County, NY. 339 "Miss Lula Parkhurst and brother Harold, are spending a few days in Lowville."

Employment: Worker at R.L. Kenyon Fig. Co, 1 Oct 1918, Mexico, Oswego, NY. 339

Residence, Abt 16 Jan 1918, Syracuse, Onondaga, NY. 339 "Miss Lulu Parkhurst of Pulaski and Harold Parkhurst of Syracuse visited their parents during the holidays."

In the News: Visit, 23 Jan 1918, Oswego, Oswego County, NY. 1196 Miss Lula Parkhurst and brother, Harold, of Pulaski have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Parkhurst."

In the News, 31 May 1918, Oswego, Oswego County, NY. 339 ""Harold and Lula Parkhurst of Pulaski spent Sunday at home."

Entertainment: visit, 9 Jul 1919, Oswego, Oswego County, NY. 124 "Miss Lulu Parkhurst and lady friend of Pulaski and Harold Parkhurst of Syracuse spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Parkhurst."

Physical Description. 150 Medium height, slender build, brown eyes, black hair

In the News, 5 Jan 1949, Pulaski, Oswego, NY. 340 "...Chief Touchette was secured [as a speaker on arson] for the meeting by John Schneider and Harold Parkhurst of Ringgold Hose Company ..."

Occupation: Chief fireman, 6 Oct 1951, Pulaski, Oswego, NY. 340 "The heaviest electrical storm of the year brought three fire companies in this area into action, Sandy Creek and Lacona responding to almost simultaneous alarms for minor blazes started by lightning and the Ringold company of Pulaski, dispatching a pumper and crew under Chief Harold Parkhurst under the mutual aid system to stand-by for Sandy Creek and Lacona."

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