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James Deyarmond of Hanover Twsp. PA 1740
Posted by: Bonnie Simpson Valko (ID *****5709) Date: February 03, 2003 at 12:41:12
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How glad I was to find this name listed!
JAMES DEYARMOND located in Hanover Twsp.PA abt. 1740 from Northern Ireland. He died May, 1748,leaving a wife, MARY, and children as follows: JOHN, b. 1741. He probably died in childhood, as he does not appear on any of the tax lists.
RICHARD, b. Sept. 1, 1743; died, Nov. 17, 1802; married ELEANOR, daughter of ANDREW STEWART and MARY DINWIDDIE, b. May 4, 1753; d. Feb. 19, 1880. They had children as follows: JAMES DEYARMOND, b. Oct. 2, 1782; d. Jan. 7, 1812.
MARY DEYARMOND, married JAMES MCCREIGHT
ELEANOR DEYARMOND, b. April 17, 1788.
ANDREW STEWART DEYARMOND, b. Mar. 1791; md. and left issue.
MARGARET DEYARMOND, b. Mar. 1, 1793; d. May 6, 1724.
MATILDA DINWIDDIE DEYARMOND (no information)
The above information was found in "Eagles Notes and Queries"
The various spellings of this name: DeYARMOND,DIARMOND &DEARMOND are all corruptions of a very old name. DIARMAID, the Achilles of Celtic legion,was killed by Aedh Dubh ( Mackay) and is buried in Glen Lonain, Argyllshire, the site of his grave being marked by a rude monolith, locally known as "Clach Dhiarmaid," It is 121/2 feet high with girth of over 13 feet. It is figured in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,LIX, page 82.
The above is from "The Surnames of Scotland" by George F. Black.
My interest in this name is that the family married into the Dinwiddies ,who are my ancestors.
I will put this on the Dinwiddie Family website as well.
I would love to hear from anyone with additional information on this family, especially those who married into the Stewarts and Dinwiddies.
Thanks much,
Sincerely,
Bonnie Simpson Valko
bsimpson@tcsn.net


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