Cabinet photographs of Louzon A. Damon (abt 1872-1903), above, and wife Harriet Elizabeth (Pierce) Damon (1869-1968), below. Both are taken by a studio in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Note: See other posts that features photographs of related people:
- post of 12 April 2011: Stephen Shaw Haswell (1851-1928); by a Salem, Massachusetts, studio; married Fannie Isabelle Pierce (1862-1947), sister of Harriet Elizabeth (Pierce) Damon (1869-1968) and Allena W. Pierce (1873-1969)
- post of 26 July 2022 - Frank H. Ashley (1861-1924); by a New Bedford, Massachusetts, studio; married Allena W. Pierce (1873-1969), sister of Fannie Isabelle (Pierce) Haswell (1862-1947) and Harriet Elizabeth (Pierce) Damon (1869-1968)
- post of 26 July 2022: Hannah Taber (Shiverick) Russell (1834-1890), wife of Captain Stephen G. Russell (1826-1885)
- post of 26 July 2022 - Joseph Howland (1855-1922), who married Eleanor M. Russell (1863-1935), daughter of Hannah Taber (Shiverick) Russell (1834-1890) and Captain Stephen G. Russell (1826-1885)
Louzon A. Damon was born in February of 1868, in Massachusetts, the son of Charles H. Damon and Phoebe N. (Douglas) Damon of Massachusetts, at various times in Bristol and Plymouth Counties.
On 26 May 1889, Louzon married Harriet Elizabeth Pierce, daughter of Eli Wilson Pierce and Anna (Slocum) Pierce.
At the time of enumeration of the 1900 Census, Louzon and Harriet were living in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where Louzon was working as a machinist. Sometime between the enumerations of the 1900 and 1910 Censuses, Louzon Damon died. In the 1910 Census, Harriet Damon was a widow, living in Danvers, Massachusetts with her sister Fannie Isabel and husband Stephen Shaw Haswell.
In the 1920 Census, Harriet was still living in Danvers, Massachusetts, but with sister Ada Ward. In the 1930 Census, she was living as a lodger in Salem, Massachusetts.
I didn't find any children for Louzon and Harriet Damon, at least none who were alive by 1910.
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