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Re: John F. Harriman, son of Franklin Harriman
Posted by: Hugh Adams (ID *****8954) Date: May 19, 2005 at 15:02:31
In Reply to: Re: John F. Harriman, son of Franklin Harriman by Van Harriman of 65481

Well, this family is a tough one. Seems to be moving around quite a bit. On top of that, they may have been on a wagon train in the 1880's in Nebraska. Never know.

First thing I want to point out is that where John was in 1910. The full family listing for that household is:

1910 Bexar Co., TX Census 1-WD San Antonio P40
Kinsley Otto L head m w 43 m1 18yrs IN IN IN Agent Real Estate
" Jessie P? wife f w 41 m1 18yrs IN IN IN
" Walter son m w 10 sgl TX IN IN
?oving V? D head m w 26 m1 0Yrs TX US US Foreman R.R. Roundhouse
" Sarah wife f w 22 m1 0Yrs 0kids 0Living TX Scotland
Harriman John F head m w 28 m1 1yrs NE NY Manager?Messenger Automotive Dep
" Mabel G wife f w 21 m1 1yrs 0kids 0living NE IN IN

Now Mabel isn't Alida B, John Sr.s wife in the 1930 census. There might be a possility that Mabel is Jr's mother and not Alida because in your last message, you said John Sr. was married in Indiana. ???
Also, I tracked Otto back to the 1900 Texas census and Otto isn't Mabel's father.

While searching around the LDS site, I found this:
LDS Notation - http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp
Harriman Franklin & Lewis Della had:
Harriman John Franklin 15 Dec 1881 Blair, Washington, Nebraska
You might try and contact the submitter or make a post at the Washington county board. Maybe Washington counties births were submitted by a genealogy society. ???

I would also get John Sr.'s Social Security Application. He would have filled it out and it would contain the names of his parents with more information.

I'll continue looking though. Like tough ones like this.

Hugh


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