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Jennet Merion Smyth Harmon
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Birth: Aug. 31, 1896
Ontario, Canada
Death: Jul. 20, 1981
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA

Jennet was born to John and Annie Fidler Smyth. She was the 5th child of 7 children. Her syblings were: Muriel Watson, Catherine Isabella, James Samuel, Margaret Beatrice, Annie Nelda, and Lillian May.

Her maternal grandparents were James Smyth and Ann Jane Watson. Her paternal grandparents were William Fidler and Catherine McKeracher.

She married Percy Ray Harmon on 8 July 1919 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Their first 4 children were born in Edmonton. They moved to Saint Maries, Idaho where the next 5 children were born. The children were Donald Percy, Guelda Winnefred, Nelda May, Margaret Georgiana, Elmer Russell, Dorothy Adelaide, Gerlad Clifford, Robert William and Edward Samuel.

Family links: 
  Percy Ray Harmon (1886 - 1955)
  Donald Percy Harmon (1920 - 1944)*
  Nelda May Harmon Johnson (1922 - 2007)*
  Margaret Georgiana Harmon Radabaugh (1924 - 2002)*
  Elmer Russell Harmon (1926 - 1988)*
  Dorothy Adelaide Harmon Hawkins (1928 - 2011)*
  Gerald Clifford Harmon (1932 - 1986)*
  Robert William Harmon (1933 - 1933)*
  Edward Samuel Harmon (1937 - 2012)*
*Calculated relationship
Lincoln Memorial Park
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA
Plot: Azalea, 349, sp 3
Created by: Charleene
Record added: Feb 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65472719
Jennet Merion <i>Smyth</i> Harmon
Added by: Charleene
Jennet Merion <i>Smyth</i> Harmon
Added by: Charleene
Jennet Merion <i>Smyth</i> Harmon
Added by: Charleene
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- Charleene
 Added: Mar. 15, 2012
Mom, you are not forgotten. Every day I think about you. Someday soon, all your children will be with you. It is almost time.
- Edward S Harmon
 Added: Jun. 16, 2011

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