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Re: Fred Harms - W.W.1 veteran - buried in Walnut, Illinois
Posted by: Vickie Ward (ID *****2996) Date: July 29, 2003 at 17:38:21
In Reply to: Fred Harms - W.W.1 veteran - buried in Walnut, Illinois by Nancy Ohda of 466

Nancy,

Fred Harms is my husband's grand uncle. I don't have much on him yet. Born Oct 20 1886 and died Oct 7 1963. Parents were John Tobias Harms (b 1858 in Germany) and Anna Heeren.
John came to the US in 1867 and became naturalized in 1880. I don't remember where I came across this info. I'm still working on it. I'll keep your name in my records if anything comes up.

Vickie Ward


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