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Re: Seeking decendants of Harmon Livesay
Posted by: Charlene Colerick (ID *****8766) Date: August 23, 2011 at 13:38:30
In Reply to: Re: Seeking decendants of Harmon Livesay by Vikky Wilburn Anders of 289

Harmon Livesay was my "half first cousin"; his mother was my mother's half sister. His mother was Essie Roberts Livesay. His father was McKinley "Mack" Livesay. He was married to Helen Cridlin in 1943 (her father was a judge.) He m. Myrtle Clark in 1949. His last wife was Martha Kate Roberts who was also his cousin. (Martha Kate just died in the last few
months.) I never did see Harmon, but what little I have
heard about him, he must have been somewhat of a "free
spirit." I think he served in some branch of the armed
forces. I only know about the three wives, but there had to
be others, because his obituary spoke of children in Georgia:
Stewart Wayne Livesay, Fairburn Georgia; Gerald Livesay,
Marietta, Georgia; and Bonnie Gale Livesay, Fairburn,
Georgia. My mom said that when Harmon got out of the service, he came into New York, bought himself a motor-
cycle and rode it home to SW VA. I don't know who was
the mother of Mitchell Livesay. I would like to know
more about Harmon; in later generations, we are curious
about him. Maybe I should try to contact Mitchell, still
not too late for that. I have a picture of Harmon.



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