The Harriman Family Association
FOUNDED IN 1987

An Association Of the Descendants of Leonard and John Harriman
Immigrants to Rowley, Mass., and New Haven, Conn. c. 1638

(including surname variations, such as: Herriman, Harryman)

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Goals Of The Association

  • Researching the ancestry and descendants of Harriman, Herriman, Harryman and variations, including Y-DNA studies, and maintaining a Harriman genealogical database
  • The sharing and dissemination of family data
  • A regular newsletter
  • An Annual Reunion, with all Harriman descendants welcome
  • The on-going publication of The Harriman History, a multi-volume genealogy chronicling the migrations and generations of the descendants of Leonard and John Harriman

The newsletter page now allows member access to the current newsletter using your password supplied to you with your current newsletter.

The March 2017 issue of the newsletter was delayed due to snowstorms in New England, but was mailed on March 24, 2017

The HFA has funded the digitization of the Civil War diary of David S. Harriman. The diary is now on our website for members. It has been transcribed, largely by Shirley White. Take a look here.

30th Anniversary of the HFA
Reunion - 2017

When:September 9, 2017
Where:
LDS Stake (Mormon church)
90 Clinton Street
Concord, New Hampshire
Full details in the July newsletter and here

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Margaret Harrman Was NOT Margaret Palmer.

Harrimans in the Revolutionary War (from the three newsletters of 2011).

Harrimans in the War of 1812 (from the newsletters of 2012-2013).

Errata sheet for Feudalism to Freedom by Lois Ware Thurston


The New England Historic Genealogical Society has a searchable index to the NEHGS quarterly back issues and has graciously included a link to the HFA in its "Family Associations" page

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