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Re: Miller Harsha. Late 1800s; Ohio
Posted by: Walter Whitcher Date: October 02, 2001 at 08:50:17
In Reply to: Re: Miller Harsha. Late 1800s; Ohio by Anna of 127

A posting elsewhere on this forum by Susan Miller points out that there is a listing of Miller H. Harshee, age 4, in the 1850 Census for Greene T., Beaver Co., Pa. I had missed it. His parents are Robert Harshee, 38, and Eliza, 36. In addition to Miller there are six other children. Robert is a cabinetmaker.

I believe Susan has said somewhere that she believes this Robert is the son of James Harsha (2), (William 1) of the Washington Co., Pa. Harshas. Based on the location I believe it is likely that Robert is the son of either William (2), (Andrew 1) or possibly Thomas (2), (Andrew 1) of the Beaver Co., Pa. Harshas.

Does anyone have any knowledge or opinion on this?


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