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Re: HARLEY revolutionary War patriots information,please
Posted by: Jody Harley (ID *****7834) Date: September 02, 2002 at 08:17:54
In Reply to: HARLEY revolutionary War patriots information,please by Kathy Smith of 661

The men that you write of are the brothers of my g-g-g-g-g grandfather, Rudolph Harley.

Here is what I have:
John (Johannes) B. Harley, born 16 Aug 1741, died 3 Dec 1814. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Chester Co, PA. Son of Rudolph Herley (yes Herley) and Mary Becker. Married to Margaret Landis. Child: Benjamin Landis.

Henry (Heinrich) B. Harley (brother of John). Born 1 Jul 1754, died 13 Aug 1840. Buried in Bretheren Cemetery, Lower Providence, Montgomery Co, PA. Married to Elizabeth Keeley. I know this differs with what you state but this Henry was a patriot too and it is verified through a Daughter's of the American Revolution (DAR) application by his g-g-grand daughter, Anna Louisa Harley (I have a copy). The children of Henry and Elizabeth number 16. Too numerous to list right now.

I can provide you with more if interested.


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