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Henry Miller Porter

Henry Miller Porter, American banker. Mason, of 150 room sanitarium and hospital, Denver, 1930.

Background

  • Porter, Henry Miller was born on November 2, 1838 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John B. and Harriet H. (Kurtz) Porter.

  • Education

    • Educated country schools, Cole and Adair counties, Missouri.

    Career

    • James J. Waring). Successively farmer, builder of telegraph lines in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, merchant in Denver and New Mexico, freighter from Missouri River to Salt Lake City, Utah, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, stockraiser. Engaged in banking, since 1876. Vice president Denver National Bank.

    Works

    • Author: A Busy Man’s Theory of the Operations of Nature, 1928. Pencilings of an Early Western Pioneer, 1928. Christianity and Science versus Paganism and Idolatry, 1930.

      Donor with daughter, Mistress Dora P.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Mason, of 150 room sanitarium and hospital, Denver, 1930.

    Connections

    • Married Laura W. Smith, February 23, 1874. Children: Dora P. (widow of John T. Mason), John H. (deceased), William E., Laurene (Mistress Harold S. Walker, deceased), Ruth (wife of Doctor.
    • father: John B. Porter
    • mother: Harriet H. (Kurtz) Porter
    • spouse: Laura W. Smith
    • children: Dora P. Porter (widow of John T. Mason)
    • John H. Porter (deceased)
    • William E. Porter
    • Laurene (Mistress Harold S. Walker Porter
    • deceased) Porter
    • Ruth (wife of Dr Porter
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    Died July 25, 1937
    (aged 98)
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