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Caroline HARDY was born on 16 JUN 1939 in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Parents: Carl K. HARDY and Flavia SAWYER.

Spouse: Lee Walter QUINN. Lee Walter QUINN and Caroline HARDY were married on 29 MAR 1969 in Chevy Chase, Montgomery County, Maryland.


Edith HARDY was born on 17 FEB 1942 in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Parents: Carl K. HARDY and Flavia SAWYER.


Esther HARDY was born about 1680.

Spouse: Richard GOODWIN. Richard GOODWIN and Esther HARDY were married on 6 JAN 1701/2 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Mary GOODWIN, Sarah GOODWIN, Nathan GOODWIN.


Esther HARDY was born in 1753. She died in AUG 1791 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Chase COLBY. Chase COLBY and Esther HARDY were married on 13 MAR 1777 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Newbury.) Children were: John COLBY.


Ethel Laura HARDY was born on 7 SEP 1893 in Kanesville, Weber County, Utah. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Goshen, Bingham County, Idaho. She died on 23 AUG 1984 at American Fork, Utah County, Utah. She had Social Security Number 519-26-3512.

Spouse: Willis TEEPLES. Willis TEEPLES and Ethel Laura HARDY were married on 4 JUN 1913 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Verl Willis TEEPLES, Vera TEEPLES, Thelma TEEPLES, Melvin Jay TEEPLES, Twila Ruth TEEPLES.


Gilman HARDY was born on 19 MAY 1794 in Springfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. Son of Biley HARDY (AFN: FZ7T-W8) and Abigail JUDKINS (AFN: FZBZ-ZG). He appeared in the census in 1850 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.
Occupants listed at this residence:
Name Age/Sex Occupation Worth Birth School
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Gilman Hardy 56 M NH
Mary Hardy 44 F NH
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He died on 19 JUN 1868 at Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Mary COLBY. Gilman HARDY and Mary COLBY were married on 16 JAN 1848 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Children were: Mary E. HARDY, Gilman HARDY.


Gilman HARDY was born after 1850 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died in 1860. Parents: Gilman HARDY and Mary COLBY.


Guy D. HARDY was born in 1898 in Nebraska. He appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas.

Spouse: Nellie Mable COLBY. Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY were married on 15 JUN 1921. Children were: Mayen HARDY, Margerie HARDY, Loren HARDY, Harrold HARDY, Infant Daughter HARDY.


Harrold HARDY was born in 1926 in Kansas. He appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY.


Infant Daughter HARDY was born in 1929 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY.


Isaac HARDY was born about 1810.

Spouse: Alice Jane WEBBER. Isaac HARDY and Alice Jane WEBBER were married on 9 JUN 1834.


James HARDY was born about 1844.

Spouse: Almira A. SARGENT. James HARDY and Almira A. SARGENT were married in 1866.


Jeannette B. HARDY was born on 14 OCT 1898. She died on 20 DEC 1979.

Spouse: Ralph R. COLBY. Ralph R. COLBY and Jeannette B. HARDY were married on 16 JUN 1923. Children were: Marilyn COLBY.


Julia A. HARDY was born on 23 JUL 1838 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 27 JUL 1895 at Weare, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: William FLANDERS. William FLANDERS and Julia A. HARDY were married on 30 AUG 1865 in Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Susie Belle FLANDERS.


Loren HARDY was born in 1925 in Kansas. He appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY.


Lorenzo HARDY was born about 1845.

Spouse: Malvina WHIDDEN. Lorenzo HARDY and Malvina WHIDDEN were married date unknown.


Margerie HARDY was born in 1924 in Kansas. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY.


Mary HARDY was born about 1648.

Spouse: Samuel CURRIER. Samuel CURRIER and Mary HARDY were married about 1668 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Samuel CURRIER, Richard CURRIER, John CURRIER, Mary CURRIER, Alice CURRIER, Elizabeth CURRIER, Hannah CURRIER, Samuel CURRIER, Sarah CURRIER, Ann CURRIER.


Photo Mary Ann HARDY was born in 1837 in Massachusetts. Daughter of Thomas J. Hardy and Lucy Spaulding. She appeared in the census on 26 JUL 1870 in Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (listed as invalid.) She died on 15 OCT 1870 at Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She was buried in the George Hill Cemetery at Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Lewis Thomas COLBY. Lewis Thomas COLBY and Mary Ann HARDY were married on 3 JUL 1860 in Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Children were: Thomas Jefferson COLBY.


Mary E. HARDY died on 8 JAN 1848 at Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She was born about 1848 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Parents: Gilman HARDY and Mary COLBY.


Mayen HARDY was born in 1922 in Kansas. He appeared in the census in 1930 in Granite, Phillips County, Kansas. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: Guy D. HARDY and Nellie Mable COLBY.


Ora (Dennison) HARDY was born on 5 MAR 1881 in Oklahoma. She appeared in the census on 4 MAY 1910 in Big Hill, Osage County, Oklahoma. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Big Hill, Osage County, Oklahoma. She appeared in the census in 1921.
Oklahoma Osage Tribe Roll, 1921
Name:
Hardy, now Colby, Ora
Commission #: 1293
Roll #: 1383
Affidavit #: 235
Relationship: Head
Sex: F
Birth Date: 03-05-1881
Degree Indian Blood: 1-16

She appeared in the census on 2 APR 1930 in Big Hill, Osage County, Oklahoma.

Spouse: Berdett Collinwood COLBY. Berdett Collinwood COLBY and Ora (Dennison) HARDY were married about 1908. Children were: Walter COLBY, Joseph Franklin COLBY.


Sarah HARDY was born about 1781.

Spouse: Simeon Gage HALL. Simeon Gage HALL and Sarah HARDY were married on 22 SEP 1801. Children were: Edward HALL, Samuel Colby HALL, Lewis HALL, Louisa HALL, Margaret Wiggin HALL.


Thomas Jefferson HARDY was born in 1804 in New Hampshire. Son of Gilman Hardy and Rachel C. He appeared in the census on 20 JUN 1860 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.
Census Place: Canaan, Grafton, New Hampshire
Source: FHL Film 1254764 National Archives Film T9-0764 Page 111C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Thomas J HARDY Self M M W 74 N H
Occ: Farmer Fa: N H Mo: N H
Mary E. HARDY Wife F M W 73 N H
Occ: Keeping House Fa: N H Mo: N H
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He died on 20 SEP 1883 at Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Mary E. COLBY. Thomas Jefferson HARDY and Mary E. COLBY were married on 31 OCT 1854 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1001267; HARDY, Thomas J., Marriage: Mary COLBY, Date: 31 Oct 1854; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.


Mary E. HARGIS was born on 31 OCT 1889 in Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas. She appeared in the census on 4 APR 1930 in Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas. She died on 26 SEP 1977 at Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas. She was buried on 29 SEP 1977 in Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas. She had Social Security Number 514-46-7803.
Social Security Death Index
Name:
Mary Colby
SSN: 514-46-7803
Last Residence: 66203 Shawnee Mission, Johnson, Kansas, United States of America
Born: 31 Oct 1892
Died: Sep 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Kansas (1962 )

Spouse: Calvin Roy COLBY. Calvin Roy COLBY and Mary E. HARGIS were married in 1927.


Perley E. HARGRAVES was born on 17 OCT 1887. He died in AUG 1975 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Anne Mary PEASE. Perley E. HARGRAVES and Anne Mary PEASE were married on 29 MAR 1913.


Hunter Jeffrey HARILDSTAD was born on 9 MAR 1999. Parents: Jeff HARILDSTAD and Cori LE NELSON.


Jeff HARILDSTAD.

Spouse: Cori LE NELSON. Jeff HARILDSTAD and Cori LE NELSON were married in JUN 1997 in Forman, Sargent County, North Dakota. Children were: Hunter Jeffrey HARILDSTAD.


Rebecca E. HARKER was born on 3 JUN 1840 in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Mason, Cass County, Michigan. She died on 13 MAR 1918 at Selma, Fresno County, California.

Spouse: Calvin C. COLBY. Calvin C. COLBY and Rebecca E. HARKER were married on 12 MAR 1865 in Cass City, Tuscola County, Michigan. They were divorced about 1899. Children were: Ray Adalbert COLBY, Otto COLBY, Bessie Maud COLBY, Charles Stephen COLBY, Loretta Belle COLBY, Lynn Owen COLBY.


Beatrice Mildred HARLOW was born about 1921 in Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Orval Joseph COLBY. Orval Joseph COLBY and Beatrice Mildred HARLOW were married on 22 JUN 1940 in Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont. (SOURCE: Ancestry.com; Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008.) Children were: Roger Lee COLBY.


Claude HARLOW was born about 1899. He has Ancestral File Number DBFT-XP. He was also known as Clyde.

Spouse: Dottie COLBY. Claude HARLOW and Dottie COLBY were married on 14 DEC 1939 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville County, Idaho. (SOURCE: Idaho Marriages, 1842-1996.)


Julia A. HARLOW was born in 1844.

Spouse: Capt. Elphonzo G. COLBY. Capt. Elphonzo G. COLBY and Julia A. HARLOW were married on 10 DEC 1871 in Mattapoisett, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.)


Alice Dorothy HARMON was born in MAR 1858 in Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Calais, Washington County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. She died on 1 MAY 1910 at Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. (SOURCE: Ancestry.com; Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008.)

Spouse: George Lyman COLBY. George Lyman COLBY and Alice Dorothy HARMON were married on 19 OCT 1876 in Vermont. Children were: Allie COLBY, Lena COLBY.


Anna Rose HARMON was born on 11 NOV 1863. She died on 26 OCT 1910. She has Ancestral File Number 2WJB-CT. Parents: Ansel Perse HARMON and Roseline CHANDLER.

Spouse: Jacob Albert STRINGHAM. Jacob Albert STRINGHAM and Anna Rose HARMON were married on 4 OCT 1883 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Ethel STRINGHAM, Roseline STRINGHAM, Marion STRINGHAM, Zina STRINGHAM, Ansel STRINGHAM, Ruby STRINGHAM, Alta STRINGHAM, Sarah STRINGHAM, Anna STRINGHAM.


Photo Ansel Perse HARMON was born on 5 APR 1832 in Conneaut, Erie County, Pennsylvania. He died on 12 SEP 1908 at Vermillion, Sevier County, Utah. He was buried in the Holden Cemetery at Holden, Millard County, Utah Parents: Jesse Pierce HARMON and Anna BARNES.

Spouse: Roseline CHANDLER. Ansel Perse HARMON and Roseline CHANDLER were married on 29 NOV 1862 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Anna Rose HARMON, Zina Belle HARMON.


Photo Appleton Milo HARMON was born on 29 MAY 1820 in Conneaut Lake, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. He was a pioneer and began the journey with the Brigham Young Company on 22 JUL 1847 to Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on 26 FEB 1877 at Holden, Millard County, Utah. He was buried in the Holden City Cemetery at Holden, Millard County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 1K0H-C5.
May 12 1847, William Clayton invented the odometer (roadometer). Appleton Harmon constructed the roadometer.

A member of the first pioneer group to enter the Salt Lake Valley on July 22, 1847.

Appleton Harmon - Captain of Tenth Ten

Appleton Harmon was an experienced mechanic and it was he who constructed the famous roadometer invented by William Clayton and used by the pioneer company to measure the distance traveled by a computation of wheel revolutions. He was born May 29, 1820 at Conneaut, Pennsylvania, the son of Jesse P. Harmon and Anna Barnes. He married Elmeda Stringham in Nauvoo, Illinois. The following was taken from his journal:

"Heavy draft for men to carry on the Mexican War, without a place to lay our heads, the task laying on our shoulders of finding a future resting place for those worn-out Saints. Thus in our forlorn condition, by request of Brother Kimball, I left my wife, child, father and brothers-my wife with her father's folks-and I started on the 17th of April with the pioneers and drove a team for Brother Heber C. Kimball.... I completed a roadometer and attached it to the wheel of the wagon by which we could tell each night the distance traveled through the day. We arrived at Fort Laramie the end of June and from the fort procured a flat boat in which we crossed the Platte to the south side, and proceeded on through the Black Hills until we came again to the Platte, making something like 600 miles that we had followed the course of this river. Here we had to recross it which took eight or nine days during which time we made a kind of ferry boat. Most of our company was ferried over by means of ropes and a small boat we had brought with us ... We cleared about $70 each ferrying over Oregon immigrants. By this time the river became fordable and we remained waiting for the arrival of our emigration company ... We remained here until the 26th of August, the long looked for companies having arrived and passed; we also have heard from the remainder of the pioneers that they had proceeded via Fort Bridger to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake and there settled upon a permanent settlement, the destined place of our future home.

"We started to return to Winter Quarters for our families, traveling through the Black Hills we hunted game and killed ourselves one antelope, one deer, one elk and arrived at Fort Laramie about the 3rd of September, when an inducement was held out to me of $300 a year for my services if I would accept it to work at my new trade of blacksmithing; having, during our impatient wait at the ferry, used the tools, coals and irons that would otherwise have lain idle and by so doing I acquired a practical knowledge sufficient to enable me to take charge of the work at the fort. On the 4th of September commenced and worked until the first of March, 1848. On the first day of March, I, with several others, started for Winter Quarters. I had an Indian pony on which I packed my bedding, provisions, etc., and with my gun on my shoulder, made my way homeward. We depended upon the wild beasts of the prairie for our support and our rifles with our sharp shooting to bring them within our reach.... On the 26th of March I arose at daybreak, saddled my horse and started. Arrived at Winter Quarters about 1 o'clock. Found my people all well and my wife at her father's. As soon as she saw me she began to weep. Looked for the cause, could not see my little boy and on enquiring was told that he was dead. Appleton Harmon Jr. was his name. He died September 20, 1847 at Winter Quarters."

After his return to the Valley in 1848 with his family Mr. Harmon filled a mission to England from 1850-1853. He later assisted in the erection of sawmills in Salt Lake, Millard and Washington counties, built a furniture factory at Toquerville and a woolen mill at Washington, Washington county. In these two important enterprises, he supervised the setting up of the machinery. During the later years of his life he made his home in Holden, Millard county where he died February 27, 1877.

By Nathaniel Thomas Brown


1027. Harmon, Appleton Milo Diary (1847-1853)

1. Reminiscence and diary, 251 pp. Entries take form of a diary during 1850-53 period. Birth in Pennsylvania, 1820. Heard Mormonism from Orson Hyde and was baptized, 1833. Family moved to Kirtland, 1837. Moved to Springfield, Illinois, 1838; to Nauvoo, 1840. Ordained an elder, 1842. Mission to relatives in Pennsylvania and then on to Canada; arrived November 1842. ("and by the 16th of August 1843 we had Suceeded in baptising 52 and got a Company of over forty organized and Started by land for Nauvoo.") Reached Nauvoo, October 1843. Death of uncle and cousin in snowstorm while returning from mission. In Nauvoo, 1843-44. Increase in persecution. Expositor incident. ("At the time I was acting in the Police, who was called upon to remove and destroy the press, type and all libilous prints etc.") Death of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Became sick with chills, ague and fever; eight months to recover.

Married Elmeda Stringham, January 1846. Crossed Mississippi on ice. To Council Bluffs. Planted small settlements as they went along; bridged streams they could not ford. Calling of Mormon Battalion. Severity of winter 1846-47. Departure of pioneer company, April 1847; author driving for Heber C. Kimball. ("I completed a roadometer and attached it to the wheel of a waggon by which we could tell each night the distance traveled through the day.") At Platte Ferry for three weeks until river became fordable. Induced to remain blacksmithing at Fort Laramie until March 1848. To Winter Quarters; detailed journey. Preparations for journey. Journey to Utah. Author in charge of "hunting department." Various hunting stories. Emerged from Emigration Canyon, 24 September 1848 "into the open valley, which opened to the right and left in the Bright Sunshine, which gave it a golden hue, that made it look doubly rich to us after haveing been for the last 2 weeks Shut up between high mountains and passing over rugged ways." Built small adobe house. Cabinet work during winter, 1848-49. Scarcity of food. Planted some crops. Ferry on Platte. Description of Indians on buffalo hunt. Served in action against Indians of Utah Valley, 1850. Optimism at prospects just prior to call on mission to England, April 1850.

Trip eastward, May 1850. Detailed overland and overseas journey. British Mission. Liverpool. Assigned to Newcastle-on-Tyne. Called to preside over new Carlisle Conference. ("I now find my Self here alone to take charge of a Small Conference. to face a Superticious world. to Combat error with simple truth. altho I had a good we open I was not Skilled in useing it.") Discouraging prospects. Preached to a congregation of Methodists and their preacher. ("And when I got through I asked them what they though(t) of Sutch doctrine, but not one of them would say a word but walked Silently away.") Much work among members. Christmas tea party, 1850. Summary of activities at end of 1850.

Sent daguerrotype of himself to wife, 1851. Discouragement. Poem composed on death of William Burton. Problem of getting clothes and shoes. Attended Crystal Palace exhibition, 1851. Visit to zoological gardens. Public debates. Lecture on electric biology. Sees hypnotist work. Iron works.

Meeting at London in Temperance Hall, Christmas, 1852. Original farewell poem to Harmon by Mark Fletcher. From place to place preaching farewell sermons. ("l am Sanguine in the expectation of makeing my exit from the Island of Tyrany and darkness to the home of the Saints beyond the mountains of Ephraim and to my own famaly and home.") Read Joseph Smith revelation on marriage in the Star. ("Some of the Sisters looked rather Solid at it, but no kicking that I have as yet discovered.") Overseas voyage on Golconda; with company of saints. Reached New Orleans. Last entry in New Orleans just prior to going up to St. Louis, March 1853. ("The prospect before me is one of toil and care, which is destined to teach me of the real practical duties belonging to a servant of God. The watch care of a number of unexperienced Saints to assend the largest and most dangerous of rivers, and then to cross the Plains of a thousand miles to our mountain home, is what will call for patience and, I pray God my heavenly father that he will give me faith, patience, and perseverence to enable me to endure all things needful for Christ's Sake, while I endeavor to be his faithful and humble Servant.")

2. Detailed record of 1847. Started out with pioneer company as driver for Heber C. Kimball. Encountered Indians who insisted on food. Military organization of camp. References to Fremont. Several pages on ferrying at the Platte. Author among company appointed to stay with the ferry; written instructions included. Portion of patriarchal blessing (35-36). Letter from Brigham Young regarding James Bridger. Blacksmithing.

Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), pg.143
BYU [Lee Library] has two volumes of journal for period 1820)-53 (Vault MSS 75).

SOURCES: (1) "DAY BY DAY with the UTAH PIONEERS 1847", Stories published in the Salt Lake Tribune April 5, 1897 to July 24, 1897. Book reprinted in 1997; (2) "LDS Family History Suite", The Pioneer Heritage Library. Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 2, p.584; (3) Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), pg.143; (4) Diary (1847-1853); (5) Holograph (1847). UU [Marriott Libr, U of Utah] 62 pp.; (6) Typescript. (1847). 42 pp. HDC [LDS Church Archives] (Ms d 1572); (7) Typescript. 293 pp. 15.9 cm. USU [Merrill Libr, Ut State];Uhi/LC; (8) Typescript. (1850-1853). 105 pp; (9) APPLETON MILO HARMON GOES WEST, edited by Maybelle Harmon Anderson (Berkeley: The Gillick Press, 1946), 204 pp. Some supplementary material. HDC [LDS Church Archives] also has copy which bears title THE JOURNALS OF APPLETON MILO HARMON, A PARTICIPANT IN THE MORMON EXODUS FROM ILLINOIS AND THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF UTAH 1846-1877 (Glendale: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1946). Same otherwise; (10) Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), pg.143; (11) Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996, Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.

Parents: Jesse Pierce HARMON and Anna BARNES.

Spouse: Elmeda STRINGHAM. Appleton Milo HARMON and Elmeda STRINGHAM were married on 1 JAN 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois. Children were: Appleton S. HARMON.


Photo Appleton S. HARMON was born on 25 JUL 1854. He died on 18 NOV 1896 at Holden, Millard County, Utah. He was buried in the Holden City Cemetery at Holden, Millard County, Utah SOURCE: "DAY BY DAY with the UTAH PIONEERS 1847" Stories published in the Salt Lake Tribune April 5, 1897 to July 24, 1897. Book reprinted in 1997
Parents: Appleton Milo HARMON and Elmeda STRINGHAM.


Cornelia Jane HARMON was born on 24 APR 1832 in Pembroke, Genesee County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Pembroke, Genesee County, New York. She died on 17 FEB 1884 at Corfu, Genesee County, New York.

Spouse: Aaron Hutchinson COLBY Jr.. Aaron Hutchinson COLBY Jr. and Cornelia Jane HARMON were married on 10 SEP 1852 in Pembroke, Genesee County, New York. Children were: Delia COLBY, Francis (Frank) Harmon COLBY.


Emma Delora HARMON was born on 2 OCT 1851 in Livermore, Androscoggin County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hutchinson, McLeod County, Minnesota. She died on 5 MAR 1893 at Aspen, Pitken County, Colorado.

Spouse: Dilazon Pardee COLBY. Dilazon Pardee COLBY and Emma Delora HARMON were married on 17 SEP 1879 in Hutchinson, McLeod County, Minnesota. Children were: Herbert L. COLBY, Ella Emma COLBY.


Photo Jesse Pierce HARMON was born on 11 AUG 1795 in Rupert, Bennington County, Vermont. He was a pioneer and began the journey with the Heber C. Kimball Company on 5 OCT 1848 to Salt Lake City, Utah. He appeared in the census on 20 JUN 1870 in Holden, Millard County, Utah. He died on 24 DEC 1877 at Holden, Millard County, Utah.

Spouse: Anna BARNES. Jesse Pierce HARMON and Anna BARNES were married on 29 APR 1819 in Springfield, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Children were: Appleton Milo HARMON, Ansel Perse HARMON.

Spouse: Nancy CALKINS. Jesse Pierce HARMON and Nancy CALKINS were married on 19 OCT 1861 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.


Mary HARMON was born in 1536 in Kent, England.

Spouse: Thomas SHEAFE. Thomas SHEAFE and Mary HARMON were married date unknown. Children were: Edmund SHEAFE.


Photo Zina Belle HARMON was born on 15 JUL 1879 in Holden, Millard County, Utah. She died on 16 AUG 1879 at Holden, Millard County, Utah. Parents: Ansel Perse HARMON and Roseline CHANDLER.


Amelia L. HARNEY was born on 25 JUN 1834 in Ticonderoga, Essex County, New York. (Daughter of Walter Harney and Ann Clark.) She appeared in the census in 1870 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 11 JUN 1900 in Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (4 children; 3 living.) She died on 31 MAR 1902 at Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.)

Spouse: Abner D. COLBY. Abner D. COLBY and Amelia L. HARNEY were married on 27 OCT 1853 in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.) Children were: Walter E. COLBY, Oscar COLBY, Effie Amelia COLBY, Oscar Adelbert COLBY.


Alvin HAROON was born in 1809. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Charles HAROON was born in 1811. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Horace HAROON was born on 12 SEP 1818. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Laura HAROON was born in 1807. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Lucinda HAROON was born in 1815. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Mary HAROON was born in 1813. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.


Rhoda HAROON was born in 1817. Parents: Samuel HAROON and Eunice COLBY.

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