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Send messages, queries or replies to: Fred Harlan
August 28, 2015
Trying To Find Information On My Grand Mother Margaret Emma Harland Born Aug 2nd 1894 To J C Harland Mothers Name Rizie Alma Summers In Christian Ky Married John W Hutchinson Around !918 Or 1919 Then moved To Cedar Hill Tenn Died Aug 26 1925 Please Reply If You Have Any Information Thank You
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have done a bit of research and think I have found J C and Lizzie Harland in
From: Kenneth Burbank
April 27, 2015
Dear Cynthia Rhoades, Director of Genealogy:
My grandfather on my mothers side was Wilbur Franklin Harlan,
born April 25, 1879, died June 30, 1959 in
The 1930 United States Census lists his name as Harland. How
could he be Harlan in 1879 and become Harland in 1930?
Kenneth E. Burbank
May 8, 2015 8:51 AM
As to the spelling of your grandfathers last name being changed from Harlan to Harland that most likely was the doing of the person doing the census. I cant be sure, but know name spellings are misspelled at times like that. Im sure you can do some research and find more information. I looked the History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family but didnt find your grandfather listed. If I had information about the previous generation I could probably provide more help, but maybe you already have your line documented. If I can be of further help feel free to contact me.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
My line is: #3 George Harlan; #8 Aaron; #36 Charity (md Joseph Hackney); #172 Aaron Hackney; #646 George Hackney (md second Hannah Gregg); George Hackney (b 1815); Frances V. Hackney (md Elmer Hackett); Winifred Hackett (md Elmer Hansen); Harriette V. Hansen (md Harry B. Christensen); Judith F. Christensen (md Peter Holtus).
The Harlan book it stops at George #646 while others' lines go much further. There is another George (#646's son) who was born in 1815 in
George, #646, supposedly married a woman by the name of Ellen Gomery. I have not found anything on a marriage. They had maybe 4-5 children of which George (b 1815) was one. I am at a brick wall with these Georges and have no positive proof, other than the 1843 marriage in
Thank you for your note. Fred Harlan is the person who maintains the Harlan
genealogy. I will forward your information to him to record. If he has further
questions Im sure he will contact you. It appears you either have or have
access to the Harlan Family History since you know the numbers of your line. I do
see in looking at the book that no more information is listed other than George #646 being
the child of Aaron and Hannah Gregg. If you have dates, etc. going forward with
George, Fred would really like to have that information. I am always amazed at what
a wonderful job
From: Gary Hunt
June 27, 2015
Subject: Joe Hunt Harlan decendent
My mother was Georgia Harlan, I think born in
daughter of John Harlan wife last name Vonorsdorf-first name
Genny or Jenny-spelling unknown
John Harlan died in about 1945 in Mo
My life was saved by my grandmother in 1938 I was scheduled to be aborted. The night before
I was to be aborted my grandmother died. As a result I was born I have never seen a picture of my grandparents
My mother told me this story just before she died
If you can help me by pointing in the right direction to find some
information I would be very grateful
to find some information I would be very grateful
I wish I had something I could share with you about your ancestors.
Our family history was printed in 1916 so only includes Harlans born prior to that
time. I did a census check for 1940 for
August 21, 2015
Hi my name is Brian Harlan I live here in Harlan don't know time of birth
or death. My grandfather is Robert Lee Harlan Sr. my phone number is 515-710-3548. Thank
you for your time.
Harlan don't know time of birth or death. My grandfather is Robert Lee Harlan Sr. my phone number is 515-710-3548. Thank you for your time.
I don't know when my great grandfather was born, but my grand father was born August 17
1920 and passed away November 19th 1994. My great grandfather and his wife Nondas lived on
the East side of
it's nice to hear from you Brian. Can
you tell me where your grandfather and great grandfather lived? They are pretty common names so would have to have
more specific information to begin a search. Do
you know when your grandfather was born or died? Or
the name of his wife? Our family history book only goes to about 1900 so searching later
requires more specific information. I
will look forward to hearing back from you.
and great grandfather lived? They are pretty common names so would have to have more specific information to begin a search. Do you know when your grandfather was born or died? Or the name of his wife? Our family history book only goes to about 1900 so searching later requires more specific information. I will look forward to hearing back from you.
I believe that Henry Eugene Harlan graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BA in 1882. I also believe that he was initiated in to the Beta Beta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Ole Miss in the fall of 1879. We believe that he was the sub rosa founder of the Beta Lambda Chapter of Beta Theta Pi at Vanderbilt University.
If anyone has any more information on Henry, please cont
Our office is trying to locate images of all the US Attorneys for Kentucky before the Commonwealth split into the eastern and western districts. James M. Harlan was a US attorney from 1861 to 1863 and father of John Harlan #2969. We have been unable to locate a picture or image and were hoping that you might be able to help us with this endeavor. The current US Attorney, Kerry B. Harvey would like to hang the 26 portraits in our office as recognition of their service to the United States. If you could help it would be greatly appreciated.
Secretary for U.S. Attorney Kerry B. Harvey
Eastern District of Kentucky
260 W. Vine Street #300
Lexington, KY 40507-1612
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