Family: Harmon, Oliver Sr. / Harmon, Sarah (F33360)

m. 1810


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Sexton, Rhoda
Female (1754-1834)
 
 
Harmon, Nehemiah III
Male (1781-1858)
Harmon, Martin
Male (1758-1845)
Poole, Tryphena
Female (1758-1810)
 
 
Harmon, Jesse Perse
Male (1795-1877)
Harmon, Alpheus A
Male (1798-1842)
Harmon, Aurelia
Female (1801-1858)
Harmon, Lucina
Female (1800-1845)
Harmon, Oliver Sr.
Male (1786-1843)
Harmon, Sarah
Female (1786-1859)
Harmon, Almira
Female (1811-1838)
Harmon, Emily
Female (1817-1895)
Harmon, Orsey
Male (1819-1843)
Harmon, Lucinda
Female (1822-1894)
Harmon, Oliver Norton
Male (1826-1901)
Harmon, Levi Nehemiah
Male (1829-1874)

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