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Question by maxine06

I could use some help. I hope I can keep this non-confusing.
Starting with Clyde William Davies b 31 Oct 1931 in Troy Doniphan Co., KS. still living. Father was David Emanuel Davies b 15 Oct 1903 in Troy, Doniphon Co., Ks.
d 26 Jun 1998 Wathena, Doniphan,KS. S/O Shelby A. Davies b 30 Sept 1873 in Fanning, Doniphan Co., KS. d 1Jun 1944 in Troy, Doniphan Co., KS. Husband of Margaret Mary Harmon b 7 Nov 1876 d/o King Emmanuel Harmon b11 Aug 1841 in Ohio,d
1912 in Oklahoma, and Mary Ann Selix b 1841 d 1936.
I have received information from a family member that King Emmanuel's father was John B Harmon DOB-DOD N/A, he was married to Mary Kuntz DOB-DOD N/A.
They tell me John B. Harmon father was Boston A Harmon b 1800 d 1851. He was married to Meriba Stout b 1804-d1831. Boston A Harmon father was Conrad Harmon b
1748 d 1823.
I consider I have proof of John Harmon being King Emmanuel's father from the death cert. I have for King Emmanuel.It also states Mary Kuntz as his Mother.
On Mary Ann Selix parents, from her death cert. it states her father being Alfred Selix and her Mother being Phoebe Derwacter/Darwacter/[many different spellings of the name]
I am having trouble finding any thing of proof that their is a connection of King Emmanuel to Boston or Conrad Harmon.
Does any one know of a connection of this family? Are there any descendants on this sight or know where I can get my questions all answered?
Thanking you in advance,
Maxine 06

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on 2011-01-31 22:39:30

maxine06 , from Missouri, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2010. is researching the following names: POSTON, TOTTEN, JOHNS and 152 other(s).

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by maxine06 on 2011-02-01 01:02:25

First of all, I want to thank you for your reply. This is about to drive me crazy. King Emmanuel Harmon did serve in the civil war. In the Gallo Co., volunteers of Ohio. I do have papers where he enlisted & discharged etc. He left Ohio and went to Indian Terr. in OK. And that may of been during Gold Rush days. But, he remained there and died there in Oklahoma. I don't know if he had siblings, he must of been a pretty independent person.
Thanks again.

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