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Re: Bayliss & Harriman Families
Posted by: Susan Bixby (ID *****0597) Date: May 07, 2008 at 14:21:44
In Reply to: Bayliss & Harriman Families by Bob Raynor of 667

Hi Bob, your message really interested me. I am the acting family historian for the HFA (Harriman Family Association) and have worked on Phebe Harriman in the past. She appears to be Phebe A. Harriman, the daughter of Solomon and Julia (?) Harriman of Blue Earth County MN and Grayson County TX. I had in my notes that she possibly married Charles Bailey based on 1880 census results - you have Charles' last name as Bayliss and that is also likely - I would need to do more research to check this out, but if she is the 7Phebe that is the daughter of 6Solomon Harriman, her lineage is: 6Solomon - 5Moses (who married his cousin, Lucretia Harriman) - 4Philip - 3Leonard (this is my own ancestor, but I descend through Leonard's son, 4Nathaniel) - 2Mathew - 1Leonard Harriman, original immigrant. I would be glad to share any other info I might collect


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