Rash's Surname Index

Notes for Harriet Read Fanning BARNARD

The Washington Post 1901
Vinson. On Friday, August 9, 1901 at "The Glen" near Boyce, Virginia, the summer residence of her son-in-law, Col. C.P. Porter, Harriet R.F. Vinson, widow of Mr. Charles Vinson and former widow of Capt. E.A. Capron, First United States Artillery. Interment at Arlington, Virginia.

The Oregonian August 27, 1901
Among recent deaths is that of Mrs. Harriet R.F. Vinson of Fort Myer, Virginia, widow of Mr. Charles Vinson of Washington, D.C. Her first husband, Captain Capron, First United States Artillery was killed [August 20, 1847] in the Mexican War at the Battle of Churubusco; her son, Captain Capron, First United States Artillery, died [September 18, 1898] from the effects of severe professional exposure in the trenches before Santiago; her grandson, Captain Capron, Seventh United States Calvary was killed [June 24, 1898] in the Battle of Las Guasimas with Roosevelt's Rough Riders.

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