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William Henry Harrison: William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States (1841) and the first to die in office.

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Oscar was born 15 January, 1870 at Shetland, Ontario and died at Calgary, Alberta in 1953. He was married at Calgary in 1908 to Margaret (Nettie) McElroy, who was born at South Mountain, Ontario on 17 May, 1872 and died at Calgary in 1952. They had one son, Milton. Oscar farmed at Carseland, Alberta on Sec. 6-23-25-W5th. He came to Calgary in 1888 and worked as a grader on the C & E Railroad. In the winter of 1888/89 he worked for Eau Claire Lumber, west of Banff. In 1889 he and his brother Franklin homesteaded six miles east of Calgary. Shortly after he moved to Strathmore and established 'Home Coulee Ranch' - 14 miles south west of Strathmore. Mrs. Moorhouse, being a graduate nurse, found herself to be in great demand of her services caring for the ill or injured neighbours. She was the only nurse between Strathmore and the Bow River. They retired to Calgary in 1944.

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Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the United States, was born on August 20, 1833, in North Bend, Ohio. He came from a prominent Virginia family and was the grandson of U.S. President William Henry Harrison. Harrison was elected to the presidency in 1888, ousting Grover Cleveland. He lost the presidency to Cleveland a tumultuous four years later. Harrison died at his home in Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 13, 1901.

 

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William Henry Harrison had the shortest term in office of any American president: 32 days
Economically, the situation was worsening as the election approached. Surplus gave way to deficit as the country spiraled toward financial panic. In 1892, the Democratic Party re-nominated former President Cleveland to run against the unpopular Harrison. The Republicans were weakened by the defection of Western voters to the Populist Party, which promised free silver and an eight-hour workday. Harrison did not campaign on his own behalf, choosing to remain by the side of his ailing wife, who died in October 1892. Two weeks later, former President Cleveland prevailed over incumbent President Harrison in the general election.

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Joseph came to Canada as a young boy, and to Calgary in 1879 to survey the fifth meridian. He ranched at Pine Creek and later one mile west of Mossleigh. Mossleigh was named after the surnames of his parents: Moss and Lee (Leigh). Joseph was born in 1850 at Lancashire, England and died in 1913. In 1888 at Calgary he married Elizabeth Shortt, who died in 1911. They had a family of six children.


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Henry was born in 1868 at Cumberland, England and died in 1924 at Calgary, Alberta. He was married in 1899 at Winnipeg, Manitoba to Hester Harriet Browne, who was born in 1868 in County Kerry, Ireland and died in 1910 at Okotoks, Alberta. Their children were: Verena, Geoffrey, Hester, Violet, and Eileen. The Middleton Ranch was on the south side of Sheep Creek, just below the forks. When Hester died, the children were raised by relatives. He arrived at High River in 1886.

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There is no record of his birthplace. He died at Calgary, Alberta in 1924. In 1892 at High River, he married Edith Emma Short, who was born at Woodstock, Ontario in 1872 and died at High River in 1964. They had seven children. Walter homesteaded in the Tongue Creek area about six miles north west of High River. He cooked for a construction crew at Banff, in 1887 and with six other men is reported to have discovered the cave at the lower sulphur springs. At Tongue Creek near High River in 1886.

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Thomas was born in Scotland in 1868 and died at Okotoks, Alberta in 1939. At Okotoks in 1909 he married Maud Pinkerton, who had been married previously. She was born in Belfast, Ireland in 1872 and died at Okotoks in 1930. They had one son. Thomas was a rancher who served as President of the Alberta Horse Breeders' Association and the Clydesdale Association of Canada and as a director of the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. MacMillan was at Lineham, N.W.T. in 1885.

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Harrison's son, , was also elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio from 1853 to 1857. Harrison's grandson, of Ohio, became the 23rd president in 1889, making them the only grandparent-grandchild pair of presidents to date. In 1889, President Benjamin Harrison gave his inaugural address in the rain. Understanding his grandfather's mistakes, he asked his outgoing predecessor (and later his successor), , to hold an umbrella above his head, since he also delivered a long inaugural address.