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William H. [Henry] HARMON--Montague Co., TX
Posted by: Milbrey Burgett (ID *****9781) Date: August 27, 2011 at 09:45:40
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Seeking information about the family/ancestors of William H. HARMON Sevier Co., AR; Montague Co., TX; Harmon Co., OK; and Collingsworth Co., TX.

William H. [Henry] HARMON [age 21-AR MS MS] and Anne E. HARMON [age 18-AR MS MS] were enumerated in the 1880 Census for Monroe, Sevier, AR in the household of Hiram M. GRAGG [GREGG].

Both Willima and Anne were listed as Cousins of the Head of Household. It is likely that William and Anne were siblings.

By 1900, William, wife Cornelia, and 8 children [Laurence, Lida, Katy, Maggie, Clarencwe, Elbert, Ruby, and Dewie] were enumerated in Voting Pct 5, Montague Co., TX


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