Thanks very much for the information. Mary must have been a previous wife. Almon was born in 1795 (the census says in Maine). His wife by 1850 was Delina Cleland, born 1817 in Ireland, 22 years younger than him. Almon was buried in the Brewer Cemetery in the lot of his son John C. Harvell. We are searching for the burial of Almon's father John Harvell, who was still living with him in Robbinston in the 1850 census. By 1860 Almon is alone, with just his own family. Born in 1764 in NH, the father would have been over 86 when he died. It seems there would have been some mention by gravestone or news item. How about the Maine Farmer? This John Harvell (1764) may have been involved in the incorporation of Robbinston. Would there be any incorporation petition with his name on it? Any help you can give will be much appreciated. Kathleen Martin
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