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Re: Harmon Warrum b 12-1-1784 PA/KY/IN
Posted by: Betsy Arndt (ID *****4013) Date: May 29, 2002 at 13:01:00
In Reply to: Harmon Warrum b 12-1-1784 PA/KY/IN by Marcia Richardson of 6

I have also been trying to find the parents of Harmom. I come down through his wife Katherine Crum Summers. Their daughter, Rosanna Crum Warrum Elsbury, has on her Death Certificate the state of Delaware as the birthplace of her father. Thought that was really interesting! Harmon has his birthplace as PA on the 1850 and 1860 Census. Julia Warrum Crider has in the 1880 Census that her father was born in PA. In the History of Hancock Co., In it state that "Harmon Warrum was a Kentuckian by birth, the son of an Englishman who went to KY from PA....." So I assumed that there must be a connection to Delaware, PA and then KY. I did not know about the spelling of Wareham, I had thought of the possibility of Warren. I wasn't getting anywhere with the parents of Harmon, so I started researching the Consley name. From FTM #Vol 24 and 18 I gathered information on Peter Consellea who have two sons who went to Henry County and changed their name to Consley. I will be glad to share the information I have on Consley, if you don't already have it.

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