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army officer , governor of New Hampshire

Walter Harriman, American army officer, governor of New Hampshire. member N.H. House of Representatives, 1849-1851, 53-54, 58-59; member of commission for classification of Indian lands in Kansas, 1856; member N.H. Senate, 1859-1861; member N.H. Legislature, 1881.

Background

Harriman, Walter was born on April 8, 1817 in Warner, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Benjamin Evans and Hannah (Flanders) Harriman.

Education

3 children.

Career

Editor, part owner Union Democrat (renamed Weekly Union) in N.H., 1861. General United States Volunteers, 1865.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: History of Warner, N.H., 1879.

Membership

Member N.H. House of Representatives, 1849-1851, 53-54, 58-59. Member of commission for classification of Indian lands in Kansas, 1856. Member N.H. Senate, 1859-1861.

Member N.H. Legislature, 1881.

Connections

Married Apphia K. Hoyt, September 1841. Married second, Almira Andrews, October 1844.

father:
Benjamin Evans Harriman

mother:
Hannah (Flanders) Harriman

spouses:
Apphia K. Hoyt

Almira Andrews