A Harman History: Henry & Esther Harman and Their Descendants, Volume 3
Henry Harman (ca. 1754-1819) and his wife Esther ? (d. ca. 1830) arrived in Canada in 1796 and petitioned the British Crown for land. The land was situated 15-20 miles north of the town of York, on the newly opened "Yonge Street". Today that land forms part of the town of Aurora, north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They had at least five children born between 1786 and 1795 before moving to Canada in 1796 and settling in King Twp. These children were born in the United States, and five more children were born in King Township. Descendants live mainly in Canada but also in Michigan, New York and California and elsewhere.
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