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Re: Harriott's in Bermuda
Posted by: David Williams (ID *****1045) Date: February 14, 2008 at 14:51:49
In Reply to: Re: Harriott's in Bermuda by Judy Corday of 897

Judy, Thank you for replying to my note. I have been trying to learn who the first Harriott was to land in Bermuda. My line goes back to John (1765) and Mary (1761) Harriott. She the daughter of Benjimin Harriott (1715). The line goes Benjimin, Mary, Nathaniel, Florentius, Mary, Wilhelmina , and me. My mother was born in Paget and her father Ludwig Johnsen owned the ferry from Hamilton to Salt Kettle and Paget. Their home wasin Salt Kettle called Greenbank. It is now a lodging. He also before electricity would light the latren on two rock pass, I have recently tied the Bermuda Harriotts to the Harriotts in Turks Island. They went there in the earlt 1800s and established a salt business.

Iam still searching fir infomation on my Bermuda ancestors. my wife and I have ben there three times and just love it.

Dave Williams
Marlborough, MA USA

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