|photo taken 1872|
|Photo taken 1892|
|25th Anniversary for Emery D. and Eliza Nicoson Harbin - taken 1906|
|Harbin Family - photo taken 1908|
The Harbin newsletter
Notes- Quarterly (vols. 1-14). Issued three times a year in June, October, and February (vol. 15- ).Editor: Joan Marie Meyering (formerly Joan Marie Meyering Salzmann).
Includes some additions and corrections to the book by Jerome Gavin Harbin entitled: Harbin and related families.
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on Sept. 5, 2016.
This inform. is not for sale, this is for research only. The Harbin surname is my Mother's Mother's maiden name.
I have the original green Harbin book by Glenn Harbin - compiled in 1994. The Harbin migrated from North Carolina to Indiana, settling in Pleasantville, Indiana. Click on the above title to view the Harbin book through Family Search.
|Title||The family of James Harbin, 1802-1875|
|Description||James Harbin was born March 6, 1802 in North Carolina. His parents were probably the son of William Harbin (ca. 1764) of Georgetown, Montgomery County, Maryland, and Lucinda Cummings. James married Mary McDonald about 1822 in Alexander County, North Carolina. She was born about 1804 in North Carolina to Alexander McDonald, Sr., and Margaret Campbell. James and Mary and eight children. Allied surnames of descendants include: Agles, Ashbaugh, Barnes, Behen, Bough, Carrico, Dickey, Goodman, Hinkle, Mattox, McKim, Sisson, etc. Descendants live in Indiana, Kansas, California and elsewhere.|
|Physical Description||v, 138 p.|
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|Subject||Harbin family; Agles family; Alsop family; Ashbaugh family; Bough family; Brazell family; Carrico family; Goodman family; Harnes family; Hinkle family; Houldson family; Mattox family; McKim family; Miller family; Minton family; Phillips family; Rose family; Sisson family; Stevens family; Tweedy family;|
|Collection||Family History Archive|
|Metadata Entry||codepending, XML_PD_Latin1 A-F|
|Publisher Digital is:||FamilySearch International|
|File Size is:||46204|
|Page Count is:||145|
|Family History Call Number||929.273 H213ha|
|Owning Institution||Family History Library, FamilySearch International; http://www.familysearch.org/|