Harry Kane, born Henry Centenial Kohn,1 2 born about July 27th, 18763 in Hamburg, AR,4 was a professional baseball player, manager and umpire from about 1900-1932.
Kane died on September 15th, 1932 in Portland, OR while umpiring in the Pacific Coast League.8 He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Oakland, CA.9
Statistics at Baseball-Reference.com.
1 Most baseball records give his birth name as Cohen. However, his family name was most often recorded as "Kohn" on family member documents. See 1880 U.S. Census; his mother's obituary in The Jewish Voice, 7/15/1910; the New York City Death Record of his daughter; his Texas County Marriage Record, etc.
2 Kane's middle name "Centenial" was recorded in his WWI Draft Card. This middle name gives credence to 1876 as his birth year.
3 WWI Draft Card, recorded in Santa Rita, NM while Kane was working for Chino Copper Company. The Evening Sun (Baltimore, MD), 8/21/1918 confirms the identity of Harry Kane.
4 Kane's The Sporting News Umpire Card. The 1880 U.S. Census, 1910 U.S. Census and 1930 U.S. Census also support his birthplace as Arkansas.
5 1880 U.S. Census. Kane's mother's obituary in The Jewish Voice, 7/15/1910
9 Oakland Tribune, 9/20/1932 Many sources inccorectly identify his burial place as Portland, OR.