Kit Carson County, Colorado
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Charles Garrison, Henry Garrison  , 7S 43W
 




Charles cash-claimed a quarter in 35, 7S 43W in May 1891, and Henry cash-claimed one in section 27 in July of 1891.

ONE POSSIBLE
In 1870 Marshall County, Kansas, William Garrison is 38, farming, with Lousia 33. They have Alfred 10, Charles 8, Henry 4, Edwin seven months.
In 1880 Marshall County, William is 49, farming, Louisa 42, Bayler 20, Charles 18, all born in Indiana, then Henry 14, and Edward 10 born in Kansas.

In 1900 Marshall County, Henry born Aug 1865, married 12 years to Frances E. Feb 1869 Nebraska, have Alta 10, Earnest R. 8, Everett 3 and Iowa E. 1, all four born in Kansas.
The 1922 atlas of Marshall County, Richland township, has Henry L. Garrison in section 1, W.W. in 8, and A.B.l Garrison in 8.

Henry L. Garrison 1865-1923 is buried in Marshall County # 36988208 "Son of William and Louisa Garrison. He was born in Indiana and moved to Guittard in Marshall county, Kansas with his parents as a young man. He married Francis E. Manley in 1888. They had six children. "

Charles L. Garrison and A. B. Garrison are both mentioned in the History of Marshall County 1917.





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There's a Henry Garrison in Jefferson County, Colorado in 1900 a printer, born Oct 1860 in Iowa, married six years to O. Pearl March 1871 Iowa. Murray E. ws born March 1895 in COlorado. Next household is Oscar W. Garrison Aug 1836 in New York, an editor, with Mary A. Feb 1840 Illinois. Claude E. Sept 8174, Tom G. Sept 1880, and Clare granddaughter Oct 1886 in Iowa are with them.

They had been in Hardin County, Iowa in 1880, Oscar a lawyer and editor, 40, Mary A. 39, Frank E. 18, Henry A. 12, Oscar Claud 5, and Tom G. seven months.
1894 Golden "Henry A. Garrison, accompanied by his bride, arrived here from Iowa."

1899 Golden, Colorado "Henry A. Garrison returned to Golden last week after an absence of five months and as the climate of Iowa was not conducive to his good health he is greatly pleased to get back to Colorado. Doc has resumed his old position on the Globe."

1905 Golden " Henry A. Garrison sold his confectionery and cigar store yesterday to Thos. Normile, who has taken charge."
July 1906 "Henry A. Garrison arrived Sunday from Fruitdale, Ala., where he went from Golden several months ago to go into the farming business."

Henry A. Garrison and A. Pearl Garrison divorced in Jefferson County in 1920 - then she - the librarian at the Colorado School of Mines, married Carl Reinhardt, then in 1921 married Percy Barbour, a prominent mining engineer of Clear Creek County. They will make their home in Georgetown."
Mrs. Pearl C. Garrison and Percy P. Barbour married Sept 30, 1922, recorded in Clear Creek County.

October 1921 " The San Diego Union of October records the issuance of a marriage license to Henry A. Garrison, of Golden, and Marie M. Worthington, of Bakersfield, California. Mr. Garrison is a well known Golden newspaper man and printer, and for many years was connected with the Golden Globe. He has a host of friends in this city who will wish all happiness to the bride and groom."

Pearl Carr Barbour 1871-1952 is buried in Clear Creek County # 8892899. So is Percy Pruyn Barbour 1876-1960 # 8892906.

If anyone has information on Charles and Henry Garrison, please let us know.

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