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Harry Cohen

Birthplace: Saint Paul, MN, USA
Death: Died in Salem, Marion, OR, USA
Place of Burial: Portland, OR, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Joe Cohen and Seril "Sarah" Dubiver-Cohen (Dubiver)(DuBovy)
Husband of Molly Cohen
Father of Shirley Cohen-Feves and <private> Suggerman (Cohen)
Brother of Max Cohen; Si Cohen; Julius Cohen; Ben Cohen and David "Coal" Cohen
Half brother of Fan Cohen-Labby and Abe Cohen-Bobair

Occupation: Shoe Store
Managed by: Marcus J Cohen
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Immediate Family

About Harry Cohen

Any information about my great uncle Harry appreciated -

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Harry Cohen's Timeline

September 26, 1887
Saint Paul, MN, USA
September 9, 1899
- September 9, 1899
Age 11
The Dalles, Wasco, Oregon, United States

The Dalles, OR Mr & Mrs J. Cohen and children living in the old Harris house back of their present residence. Runs a Racket Store in the East End

September 9, 1899
- September 9, 1899
Age 11
The Dalles, Wasco, Oregon, United States

The Dalles Daily Chronicle (The Dalles, OR) 1899-09-09

Such a tooting and screeching of whistles as occurred at 1 :20 o'clock this morning was enough to waken a town twice the size of The Dalles; and when to those was soon added the awful clang of the fire bell, everybody was up and at the windows to ascertain if possible where the fire was. Such a headway had it gained that there was no trouble in discovering in what locality it was, but so deceiving is such a blaze that it was some time before those who remained down town determined that it was the old Harris house, just back of their present residence, and which was occupied by J. Cohen, who runs a racket store in the East End. Mrs. Cohen and the other members of the family were absent and only Mr. Cohen and his little boy were in the house at the time. They have no idea how the fire originated unless from fire which had been left in the stove or from a lamp which was burning. When they discovered it, they had just time to save themselves, and one of them grabbed a feather bed, so that all their furniture and belongings, including Mr. Cohen's watch, were destroyed. The Mt. Hood Hose Co. reached the scene, but could do nothing as there are no fire plugs in that vicinity, the nearest one being about a block this side of F. H. Howe's residence. The South Siders also started, but seeing how useless their trip was, abandoned it. Mr. Cohen was insured for $500, and Mr. Harris also has some insurance.

- 1905
Age 16
The Dalles, Wasco, Oregon, United States
- 1910
Age 22
Portland, OR, USA
July 16, 1910
- July 17, 1910
Age 22
Carson, Skamania, WA, USA

Post card from Julius to his brother Max Cohen. Card postmarked Carson Washington, addressed to Max at 147 3rd Street Portland Oregon in care of the United Cigar Store. Julius states that Harry and Bennie went back to the Dalles yesterday.

July 17, 1910
- July 17, 1910
Age 22
Carson, WA, USA

July 17, 1910 Post card from Julius Cohen to brother Max Cohen stating brothers Harry Cohen and Bennie Cohen went back to The Dalles yesterday. Card from Carson Washington addressed to Max in care of the United Cigar Store 147 3rd Street Portland Oregon

Age 29
The Dalles, OR, USA

Four of Joes boys Ben, Harry, Julius, and Si served during WWI. See interesting note by Bens old friend C L Fritz, published in the Salem Oregon newspaper about Joe taking the boys to the recruter. The Joe never learned to drive. He always had one of the boys drive.

- 1930
Age 42
Portland, OR, USA

Harry Cohen and family living on Lincoln in Portland next door to Jerry Stern

March 14, 1952
Age 64
Salem, Marion, OR, USA

HARRY COHEN BURIAL RECORD NOTES Hebrew Name Tzvi Hirsh, Son of Joseph the Kohen b. Minnesota d. Salem OR 17th of Adar, 5712 14th March 1952 aged 65 years Date of internment 3/16/52 Shaarie Torah Cemetery Survived by wife Molly Daughters Mrs Harry Merin and Mrs Jerry Blum