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Re: Origin of Harr family name?
Posted by: Randy Harr (ID *****1245) Date: January 11, 2011 at 17:02:03
In Reply to: Re: Origin of Harr family name? by Deborah Harr of 297

Interesting news. Ends up I am a similar recent Harr whose great-grandfather changed the name from Horr as I recently learned. I have only been able to trace that name back to early 1800's so far though. But we have all turned white and early in life (I started at 25 and was complete by 40).

Can you provide more details on your ancestors from the 1800's to see if our lineage is common? Is your family in Roz's database? Any DNA testing in your paternal line to see if there is a matchup?

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