Anderson Jackson Harlow (1836 - 1918)

‹ Back to Harlow surname

View Anderson Jackson Harlow's complete profile:

  • See if you are related to Anderson Jackson Harlow
  • Request to view Anderson Jackson Harlow's family tree

Share

Related Projects

Birthplace: Lafayette, Missouri, United States
Death: Died in Lane, Oregon, United States
Cause of death: stroke
Occupation: farmer
Managed by: Maria Edmonds-Zediker, Volunteer Curator
Last Updated:

About Anderson Jackson Harlow

Anderson Jackson Harlow was the son of Lane County pioneers and Eugene Baptist Church founders Mahlon Hall Harlow & Frances Burris (Tandy) Harlow. He was born May 30, 1838 in Lafayette County, Missouri and died of a stroke on April 18, 1818 in Lane County, Oregon. He married Amanda J. Bond and had a son Frank and a daughter Minnie.

His grandmother was Oregon Trail widow Sarah Scott (Snelling) Tandy. His aunt was Sarah "Sally" Scott (Tandy) Benson McClure and his first cousin was Damaris Tandy (Benson) Gillespie, the daughter-in-law of Lane County pioneer Rev. Jacob Gillespie.

On 14 Dec 1873 he married Amanda J. Bond, daughter of Lane County settlers George Washington Bond & Elizabeth (Stillwell) Bond.

Anderson and Amanda Harlow had two children, Minnie L. & Frank B. Harlow, who are also buried in Gillespie Cemetery. Minnie Harlow never married. Frank Harlow married Laura Gertrude Stevens. She was the granddaughter of Coburg, Oregon settlers William M. Stevens & Hester "Hixey" V. (Jones) Stevens.

~~~ The Daily Guard newspaper, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon

Friday Evening April 19, 1918

ANDERSON HARLOW GOES TO HIS REWARD

PIONEER RESIDENT OF EUGENE DIES AT AGE 82; FUNERAL TO BE HELD SATURDAY

Anderson Harlow, aged 82 years, a brother of County commissioner M.H. Harlow, died at his home four miles north of Eugene Thursday afternoon.

Mr. Harlow came to Lane county in 1851 with his parents, and has been a resident of the county ever since. He was stricken with paralysis about a year ago but recovered. A few days ago he received another stroke and sank gradually until death came.

Mr. Harlow leaves a son, Frank B. Harlow, who is one of the prominent farmers of the county and a daughter, Miss Minnie Harlow. Mrs. Harlow died about four years ago.

Mr. Harlow was a deacon of the First Baptist church of Eugene, and throughout his long residence in Lane county has been one of the progressive farmers and leading citizens of the county.

His wife was Amanda J. Bond, and they were married in 1872, and resided in the same neighborhood throughout their married life.

The funeral services will be held from the family home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Reverent C.E. Dunham, assisted by Reverend Mr. Heskitt. Interment will be in Gillespie Cemetery.

view all

Anderson Harlow's Timeline

1836
May 30, 1836
Lafayette, Missouri, United States
1875
1875
Age 38
1918
April 18, 1918
Age 81
Lane, Oregon, United States
April 20, 1918
Age 81
Eugene, Lane, Oregon, United States
????
????