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Belle Little-Harmon 1880-1952
Posted by: Tamaria Wallace (ID *****9841) Date: July 08, 2010 at 16:54:42
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I believe my mother's Grandmother is buried in one of the cemeteries in Morley. I am having trouble finding information on her and wondered if her headstone or burial information at the cemetary could help us. I am looking for information about:

Belle Harmon (possibly Sarah Isabelle Little-Harmon) died approx 04 Mar 1952

Edward Harmon (her husband) not sure what year he died - a few years after Belle

William Henry Harmon (her 1st husband) - don't know if he's buried here or may possibly be buried in Kentucky. Died approx 1902-3.

John Hunt (Belle's 1/2 brother) & Ida Hunt (his wife)

Lee Hunt (Belle's 1/2 brother)

We do not know Belle's mother's name or for sure her father. We have heard her father's name was John Little or Littles, unsure. Her mother's name may have been Sarah, unsure as well. Her mother eventually married a
John Hunt and had John Jr & Lee Hunt.

Belle had a son, James Louis Harmon, who is my grandfather. She also had twins, Lonnie & Lawrence, and eventually John and Elizabeth Lucille. There are rumors there were more twins who died, but again, I am unsure.

James' parents: William Henry Harmon & Belle Little-Harmon

Belle was married to William Henry. He died approx 1902-3. She then married his brother, Edward Harmon upon William Henry's dying request.

Hope this makes sense! ANY information would be so very exciting to finally get a hold of!
I am looking forward to hearing from anybody with any info!

Thanks a ton!
Tammy Wallace

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