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Re: William H. [Henry] HARMON--Montague Co., TX
Posted by: Milbrey Burgett (ID *****9781) Date: August 27, 2011 at 13:18:50
In Reply to: William H. [Henry] HARMON--Montague Co., TX by Milbrey Burgett of 836

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

Subsequent data reveals that the wife of Hiram GRAGG/GREGG was Adeline Harmon, b. 1840 TN, a dau. of C. M. HARMON, who was listed in the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Henderson Co., TN.

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

By 1910, William, wife Cornelia, and 8 children [Kate, Maggie, Elbert, Ruby, Dewy, Jesse, James, and Imogene] were enumerated in the Madge Twp, Harmon Co., OK.

By 1920, William, wife Cornelia, and 4 children [Dewey T., Jessie M., James C., and Imogene W.] were enumerated in Dodson, Collingsworth Co., TX.



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