|Gayle Harmon (#47547658)|
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Veteran US Airforce 1981-1987|
Live in Griffin Ga
Work as a nurse, urgent care/family practice. Love cycling and reading. Love doing family research and helping others find their loved ones.
I am direct paternal descendent of John Harmon b1617 England, who sailed on the ship "Love" in July 1635 arriving in New England. He was the first settler of Springfield, Mass. in 1640. He is my 8th great grandfather.
Any photos that were taken by me may be used on genealogy websites such as ancestry.com. You have my permission. All I ask is that I am given photography credit.
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|Sharon||RE: Fidelia Hrmon Hovey|
As a DAR member it was interesting to run across this stone. I think it was marked by the rockford DAR chapter. You asked abt Harmons. Were there any in particular u wanted? I would be happy to do some checking for local information on Fidelia, Betsy, Jehial, or others if u let me know.
Added by Sharon on Jul 18, 2014 8:40 PM
|Janet Muff||RE: Thank You|
Thanks for your message, Gayle, and for taking the time to write.
"Doing cemetery" in Vermont every summer is what keeps me going the rest of the year in Los Angeles. I love the old stones and the history, but as importantly, just being here (I'm in VT now) allows me to drink up enough peace and quiet and GREEN to get me through the hustle and bustle of my work-a-day routine.
All the best,
Gayle, Noticed your connection to John. He is my 9th great grandfather (direct line) via his daughter Sarah. Always nice to meet family.
Added by Theresa on Jun 22, 2014 10:58 AM
|Dianna Flynn||Name correction # 77245062|
Please correct name to "Hutto" not Hutton.
where are you getting these obscure bits of info on graves in Woodlawn? ie Father Lincoln....and the grave with the geranium pot..lol
it has been too frigid to tromp the cemeteries in CT...but we went out yesterday and got 9 photo requests here in town...yesterday was the first gorgeous ( "ie cemetery tromping") day in quite some time. mostly sub zero here. but yesterday the grounds in cemetery were actually mushy and muddy on top...
Added by c.walker on Feb 02, 2014 9:38 AM
|paforbes||Ann Harmon, Orrin Harmon|
I believe I need your help. I am a direct descendant of that crazy Forbes/Fobes clan dating back to the 1100s in Scotland. Your family became intermingled with my family in the 1800s. In particular, I am looking at the family of Elijah Harmon and Mary (Martha) Lamphier Harmon. Elijah was Nehemiah's son.
If I have my story straight, both Ann Harmon (b:1822) and Orrin Harmon (b:1831) were children of Elijah and Martha Lamphier. If you did already know, Orrin took a trip west with Solomon Forbes and others, in 1853, to look for gold. They departed from Potter's Field, in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Orrin got extremely sick on that trip and died on Jan 17, 1854. He was buried on the north side of Canyon Creek, that ran near Georgetown, El Dorado County, California. Solomon had stayed with him on a couple occasions to care for him. If you would like a copy of Solomon's journal (diary), let me know, and I will send it to you.
What I really want, if you have any, or if you know of any Harmon family members that might have some... are PICTURES, of the Harmon clan, IN PARTICULAR, Ann Harmon and Loton Forbes, Zilpha Forbes. I believe I found Ann and Zilpha's graves in Hamilton County, Kansas. Trust me, that is a hard feat, when they are unmarked graves.
My last major goal with my family's genealogy is to find a picture of Loton and Ann. I really need to do that.
Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated, and likewise, any help I may be able to provide you, I will gladly do.
4722 E Ave NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402-2128
Believe as a child believes and the magic will find you. Do you believe?
Added by paforbes on Dec 29, 2013 8:07 AM
|Henry Pollard||Pearlie Pollard|
Gayle, This person has two memorials Find A Grave# 110156161 and Find A Grave# 110153171 listed in Fellowship Cemetery, Upson County. The same individual is also listed in Fellowship Baptist Cemetery Find A Grave# 85790216. These are the same cemeteries. It Looks as though you may have some others duplicated due to the same situation. It is confusing. Thanks for any help in sorting this out.
|Henry Pollard||Sadie Mondez Pollard|
Gayle, Please link Find A Grave. # 110155683 to her parents
Wm. Nathan Pollard Find A Grave. # 85790222
Pearlie Pollard Find A Grave # 85790216
|Henry Pollard||James Andrew Pollard|
Two memorials for this person. Find A Grave# 11016429
|ann ream||Thank You|
Thank you for your service on this Veteran's Day. Appreciate the photo of James Marion Norris, Civil War Veteran. Thank You. Ann Ream
Added by ann ream on Nov 11, 2013 8:19 AM
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