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For anyone researching the Harmon surname with particularly emphasis on the New England branches. However, other branches and the alternate spelling of Harman are welcome.

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Harmon's from St Mary WV

Started by Kenneth Curcio May 10, 2010.

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Comment by Carldine H. (Martin) Van Allen on November 25, 2012 at 7:52pm

Jane Harmon who married Samuel Doty in Piscataway, NJ is my Harmon ancestor. She may have been the daughter of John Harmon and Barbara______ of Saco, Maine

Comment by Lisa Harmon on September 18, 2011 at 6:56pm
Hi I am Lisa Harmon. My Dad and Grandpa are from Connecticut. Richard L Harmon and Brad Harmon.
Comment by Pete Val on June 6, 2010 at 12:49am
Hi researching the Connecticut Harmons. I seem to have them back to a Francis Harmon married to Sarah Martin. Does anyone have them further back??
Also, I have Nathaniel (b. 1695 in Suffield) married to Hannah Miller. Is this correct? Who are her parents?
Comment by William Jones on January 30, 2010 at 12:35pm
H- Researching Harmon, James b. ABT 1775 Newberry Co., SC. d.1825 m. Sarah Jane Naish (1780) d. abt 1848, Genery's Gap, Shelby County, Al., Children: ,Allen (1799), James Jr. (1805), Martin (1810) , Sarah (1814) ,Stephen Gilbert (1817) ,John (1820) Loucanda Emmaline Harmon b.30 Apr 1859 Pontotoc, Ms. d. 1938 in Bessemer, Jefferson Co., AL., m. Thomas R. White b.12 Apr 1852, Roseville, Barren Co., KY. they had: Josephine b.1879, d. as Child, John Stephen , my Grandfather, b.15 Jun 1881Pontotoc, MS. d. % Jun 1943 in Bessemer, Jefferson Co., AL., Unknown Son 1885 d.1885 Pontotoc, MS., James b.1889, d. 1915 in motorcycle accident, Shelby Co., AL. , William (Will) b.1892, d. Baltimore, MD. Some trees have James as son of John Leonhardt Harmon but i can't find the connection.
Comment by Justine O'Neil on December 27, 2009 at 10:29pm
I've just found a lot of information on Harmon dated back to the 1400's- I just had to stop for the night but there is more. I can see if I can help anyone.
 

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