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Re: Harman and Fuller
Posted by: Otis Fuller (ID *****2325) Date: September 30, 2012 at 23:31:03
In Reply to: Harman and Fuller by Donna Herriot of 29975

The only Harmon/Harman family that I know of personally, which had Cherokee blood, was the one which stemmed from Jacob Harmann/Hermann of Wurttenburg (sp?) Germany: They were also seen in SC as Harmon, and some married into the Mitchell and Knight families who went to AL, and seen there by 1850 in Chambers and Randolph Counties (some Harmon's, too).
I have traced your Fuller's to an Alexander Fuller, b. circa 1764 in Orange Co., NC. He is in Buncombe Co., NC in 1830 back to 1810, and in Franklin Co., NC in 1800. I do not find him anywhere in NC in 1790. The only Fuller's in that part of NC in that time period, however, are either descendants of Ezekiel Fuller of Isle of Wight Co., VA, (my ancestor) or of John Fuller of Maryland, through his son, Nehemiah, who also had a son Elijah. There are Elijah's in the IoWight Fuller's, too, which makes this kind of tough. Alexander's family shows a William, and an Elijah: This also makes this even more complicated, as the names, William, and Elijah do abound in John Fuller's descendants, and are seen early on. Note that John Fuller's descendants were first in Pittsylvania Co., VA, before moving to Caswell Co., NC, while many sons of Ezekiel's were already in Granville Co., NC by 1746-9, and on the Militia Roster in 1754.
Would you be able to find a male DNA subject from this Fuller family?
Otis Fuller


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