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Lat Harmon, Chillicothe, Ohio, married by 1920 to Isabel Thompson, b. 1899
Posted by: Dawn Diley (ID *****8239) Date: March 19, 2012 at 10:30:37
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Hello, I have gotten some new details on a family mystery - the birth parents of my grandfather. The paternal side seems to have been found. Now I'm looking for his mother's side - Isabel Thompson, b. 1899, NY. She, her husband Lat Harmon, and her parents, were all living in Chillicothe, Ohio, at the 1930 census. The known children are Richard O Harmon (Oliver for his maternal grandfather?), and Doris M., born about 1921 and 1925 respectively. My grandfather, born Arthur, 11-1917, in Chillicothe, was adopted at age 1, by a very nice childless couple. His birth mother, Isabel, was said to working as a clerk in a law office at that time, in Columbus. Does anyone know what became of these Harmons? And, what is "Lat" short for?


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