Person:Israel Harman (1)

Watchers
m. June 1751
  1. Scout Israel Harmanabt 1753 - after 1805
  2. Jacob Harmon1755 - aft 1832
  3. John L. Harmon1756 - 1837
  4. William Harmonabt 1757 - abt 1794
  5. Louisa Harmanabt 1760 -
  6. Infant Harmanabt 1764 -
  7. Valentine Harmonabt 1769 -
  8. Mary Harmonabt 1771 -
  9. Rachel Harmonabt 1774 -
Facts and Events
Name Scout Israel Harman
Gender Male
Birth[3] abt 1753 Montgomery, Virginia, United States
Military[3] 1774 Virginia, USAwas a scout of Captain/Major Daniel Smith
Death[3] after 1805 probably Livingston County, Kentucky, USA
References
  1.   Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.

    I have not found a DAR application for him. 2011 user:cthrnvl

  2.   Aronhime, Gordon. Thomas Mastin: important unknown of the early Clinch River Settlement.

    Excerpt: "Historical details of Christian's Cherokee Campaign are sketchy, but it is provable that among (Thomas) Mastin's soldiers on this campaign were Richard Cavett, John Harmon, Israel Harmon, Jacob Harmon, Sr. and Jacob Harmon, Jr."

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Re: SW VA Harmon/Harman-Maxwell Connections In an interesting incident that occurred in 1774, Thomas Maxwell and Israel Harman (son of Jacob Jr., named after his grandfather, Israel Lorton) were the designated scouts of Captain/Major Daniel Smith, and they got into a lot of trouble when they moved the Jacob Harman family back to the New River area to get them out of the danger of Indians, instead of doing the scouting mission they were assigned.
  4.   Re: Sarah Lorton/Jacob Harmon Posted by: Richard Davis
    1. Israel Harmon, b. c1753, Montgomery Co, Virginia. d. aft1805, ?Livingston County, Ky. md Keziah Thompson, daughter of Thomas Thompson.