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Re: Harmon/Harman Family Settlement
Posted by: James Harmon (ID *****6352) Date: July 19, 2006 at 21:46:40
In Reply to: Re: Harmon/Harman Family Settlement by vela curry of 588

My research has centered on 7 Harmons who were listed on the 1812 Bedford Co., Tennessee Tax Lists. I believe the seven to be connected to the Kentucky Harmon lines which you mentioned in your posting. From every insight comes the truth I always say and I am open to anyone’s feedback on this posting.

A. Isaiah (Esaiah)
B. Gideon
C. Henry
D. John
E. Jonathan
F. Lewis
G. Lewis

Objective: Ascertain the family relationships, migrations and descendants of each individual to validate the hypothesis that these 7 men were brothers or related.

A.       Isaiah – (Note: This cannot be the Isaiah listed in the 1812 Tax List)
Isaiah b. 1806 d. 1878 located to Dresden, Weakley Co., TN after 1812 where he married Lucinda Adams on Jan. 4, 1833. In 1844, he moved to Lee Co., Iowa, first to Galland and then to Montrose where they remained. Nine children were born to them, Pauline, Mary, George, Martha, Amanda, Jane, Lydia and Elizabeth and Rebecca, the last two being twins.
Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~iabiog/lee/other/mjournal.htm

B. Gideon – (My ancestor) Fought in the War of 1812 and was injured loosing one of his arms. He is found next in Monroe Co., Mississippi in the 1820 Federal Census.
1820 Monroe Co., Mississippi Census,
Harmon, Gideon
2 males under 10
1 male 26-45
2 females under 10
1 female 26 to 45

C. Henry - Stayed in Bedford Co., TN and is found in the 1820 Federal Census.
1820 Bedford Co., Tennessee Census, Page 1
Henry Harmon
2 white males 0-10
1 white male 16-18
2 white males 16-26
1 white male 26-45
1 white male 45 up
2 white females 10-16
2 white females 16-26
1 white female 45 up

D. John - No further information

E. Jonathan - Moved north from Bedford Co., TN into Bullitt Co., KY as evidenced by the 1820 Federal Census
1820 Bullitt County, KY Federal Census
Shepherdsville pg 190 2 Harman, Jonathan
120211 - 10110 - 05 00
1 white male 0-10
2 white males 10-16
2 white males 16-26
1 white male 26-45
1 white male 45 up
1 white female 0-10
1 white female 16-26
1 white female 26-45
1 white female 45 up

F. Lewis is also listed in the 1820 Bedford Co., TN Census.
1820 Bedford Co., Tennessee Census, Page 37
Lewis Harmon
1 white male 0-10
1 white male 26-45
6 white females 0-10
1 white female 26-45

Jacob Harmon d. bef 1813, wife: Margaret Lewis, resided Kentucky
Possible Issue of Jacob and Margaret.
1. Mary Ann Harmon ca. 1787-1857 md. Joseph Greer in 1811 Resided in Lincoln Co., TN
Her husband's will mentions John L. Harmon
Source: http://genforum.genealogy.com/harmon/messages/1205.html
2. Henry
3. Lewis Harmon
Source: http://genforum.genealogy.com/harmon/messages/1248.html
4. Margaret Harmon b. July 4, 1776 d. September 19, 1859 md. John Crook
5. John Harmon
Source: http://genforum.genealogy.com/harmon/messages/1205.html
6. Gideon Harmon

Misc. Notes:
Possible Children of Lewis Harmon
Margaret Harmon b. 1819 md James Foster
Nancy



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