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Harriman Family
Posted by: Cindy Riley Date: December 01, 2001 at 19:13:28
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On the subject of Harrimans there is a Gentleman named Berkeley Henley (His mother is a Harriman) He is from Maine and his e-mail is uncleberkus@yahoo.com. He has been most helpful with information. He traces our family line 7 generations in England. You can e-mail him (he just moved so info might be packed away, but he has been doing this over 27 yrs so he will have some memorized) or go to ancestry.com to get information that he has given people.

The Harrimans also have an Association Membership. Founded in 1987. For the Descendants of Leonard and John Harriman Immigrants to Rowley, Massachusetts about 1638.

President: Harold Harriman of Estero, FL.
e-mail hharriman@aol.com

VP and Researcher: Berkeley Henley of Norway, ME.
e-mail uncleberkus@yahoo.com

Secretary: Everett Harriman of Auburn N.H.
e-mail ejh@juno.com

Treasureer: Richard L. Harriman of Randolph Me.
e-mail Djharriman@aol.com

They also have Have Geneaology books available for the first 4 generations and are in the process of compiling a book up to now.

So I encourage you to contact Berkeley.

If anyone happens to know of the Harrimans in WI - 1800's and Harrimans in MN or ND - 1900's - contact me, Cindy @ al80cjr@yahoo.com. I am still looking for family members.Thank you.

Hope this helps.


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