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Letter: Searching for information on Harmon Family

Note: We had Mr. Harmon's email address listed incorrectly when this article first appeared. The corrected contact email is below.

Edwin Louis Harmon
Hello, I read an article tonight (Harmon-Burton Feud: It happened in the 1920s in Adair Co., KY) about Charles White (Toad) Harmon and ongoing feuds between the Harmon and Burton families in the early 1900s in and around Adair County, KY.

I would like to connect to related Harmons and exchange family information. My father was William Eugene Harmon, his Father was Louis Harmon, and beyond that I am at a loss for exact information. The article published seems to indicate that Charles (Toad) Harmon is a Great Grandfather.

At any rate, I would like to request family information in your publication. Can you guide me further? Thank You, --Ed Harmon,

Ed, thanks for writing. Hopefully some of our readeres can contact you directly with more information. --Pen

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