Alan Hargrave

(1948 - 1972)
     Alan Hargrave was born in 1948.
     Alan died in 1972.

James Hargraves

     James Hargraves was born in Gunthwaite, Penistone, Yorkshire.
     James Hargraves married Ann Rich, daughter of Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Waring, on 21 April 1786 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Married by licence.

James Hargreaves

     James Hargreaves married Ann Rich, daughter of John Rich and Sarah Hirst, on 28 August 1791 in Woolley, Yorkshire.

William Hargreaves

(circa 1702 - )
     William Hargreaves was born circa 1702 in Barwick in Elmet, Yorkshire.
     William Hargreaves and Rebecca Ryther obtained a marriage licence on 22 April 1742 in Cawood, Yorkshire.

Laurence Hargrove

(before 1844 - )
     Laurence Hargrove was born before 1844.
     Laurence Hargrove married Alice Handy, daughter of John Handy, on 28 November 1865 in St Mark, Dublin, Ireland.

Sir James Harington 9th Bart of Ridlington

(30 September 1788 - 5 January 1835)
     Sir James Harington 9th Bart of Ridlington was born on 30 September 1788. He was the son of Sir John Edward Harington (1760-1831). He was christened on 13 November 1788 in Fort William, Calcutta, West Bengal, India.
     Sir James Harington 9th Bart of Ridlington married Sophia Steer, daughter of Charles William Steer and Mary Wood, on 2 April 1817 in the house of Charles William Steer, Bhagulpore, India. Her father was listed as Charles Steer Esq., of Devonshire Square, London.
     James died on 5 January 1835 in Patna, Bihar, Bengal Presidency, India, aged 46.

Child of Sir James Harington 9th Bart of Ridlington and Sophia Steer

John Edward Harington

(22 May 1821 - 9 February 1877)
     John Edward Harington was born on 22 May 1821 It has been stated that he married Miss Philpott, at Calcutta, but this is more likely his mother Marianne Philpot who died 20 Dec 1824 in India (now Bangladesh). He was the son of Sir James Harington 9th Bart of Ridlington and Sophia Steer. John Edward Harington was christened on 3 January 1822 in Jessore, Khulna, India (now Bangladesh).
     John Edward Harington married Jane Agnes Brownrigg on 26 October 1846 in St Paul's, Knightsbridge, Westminster, Middlesex. St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Westminster.
     In Sophia Steer's will dated 21 July 1849, John Edward Harington was named as executor and an heir of the estate. He was an executor of Sophia Steer's estate on 8 November 1850.
     John died on 9 February 1877 in Paris, France, aged 55.

George Harley

(5 September 1890 - 9 June 1939)
     George Harley was born on 5 September 1890.
     George Harley married Ruby Mildred Eliza MacGlew, daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra, on 14 February 1906.
     George died on 9 June 1939 aged 48.

Ann Harman (Wall)

( - before 1649)
     Ann Harman (Wall) was born in Ireland. She married Edward Wall. She was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Ann died before 1649 in Dublin, Ireland. She was buried in St Bride's, Dublin, Ireland.

Anthony Harman

(circa 1636 - before 1684)
     Anthony Harman was born circa 1636. He was the second son.. He was the son of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Anthony died before 1684. He left no issue..

Captain Christopher Harman

(say 1660 - 1725)
     Captain Christopher Harman was born say 1660. He was the son of William Harman and Jane Piers.
     He was attainted by James II 1689, married Anne, daughter of ... Ebzery, of Stone Hall, Westmeath in 1686, and had issue. His will [Registry of Deeds 8 Dec 1725, dated 11 Oct 1722 of Kilmacnoran (co.Cavan)], mentions his wife Ann, only daughter Elizabeth Harman, Mr Wm Harman, exor. Sister Mrs Jane Ebzery extx. His sons Mr Christopher Harman and Mr John Harman.
     Christopher died in 1725 in Ballinacarrig or Staplestown, Carlow, Ireland. See Burke's Landed genetry of Ireland for continuation of this line.
     His will was proved on 8 December 1725. The will was dated 11 Oct 1722 and mentions hi only s daughter Elizabeth Harman. Mr Wm Harman Exec, sister Mrs jane Ebzery, extrc, sons Christoperh & JOhn.

Edward Harman

(10 January 1634 - before 16 September 1673)
     Edward Harman was born on 10 January 1634 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?      
Edward Harman was the Member of Parliament for Carlow, Ireland.
     Edward died before 16 September 1673 in Derrymoyle, Killeshin, Laois, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 16 September 1673 at Ireland.

Children of Edward Harman

Elizabeth Harman

(say 1680 - )
     Elizabeth Harman was born say 1680 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Wentworth Harman and Mary or Margarert Wesley.
     Elizabeth Harman married Conway Blennerhassett on 20 July 1717 in Ballyseedy, Kerry, Ireland. He was of Killorglin and she was of Killmoyley.

Henry Harman

(before 1590 - before 1649)
     Henry Harman was born before 1590 in Ireland. He was the son of Nicholas Harman and Mary Unknown (Harman).
     Henry Harman married Marie Hamilton?, daughter of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton, say 1609.
     Henry died before 1649 in Dublin, Ireland.

Children of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?

Henry Harman (of Athy)

(circa 1642 - )
     Henry died in Ireland. He left issue, see 1912 edition of Burke's, Harman formerly of Palace.. He was born circa 1642 in Ireland. He was the son of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?

Hungerford Harman

( - circa 1691)
     Hungerford Harman was the son of Edward Harman.
     Hungerford died circa 1691. He died without issue.
     His will was proved in 1691 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Jane Harman

     Jane Harman was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Jane died. She died unmarried.

Lucia Harman

(circa 1750 - 11 June 1755)
     Lucia Harman was born circa 1750. She was the daughter of Wesley Harman and Mary Milley.
     Lucia was buried on 11 June 1755 in Carlow. Lucia Harmon, daughter to Wesley & Mary was buried at Carlow.

Mabel Harman (Greatrakes)

     Mabel Harman (Greatrakes) was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?

Margaret Harman (Gormachen) (Crewkerne)

( - before 23 February 1684)
     Margaret Harman (Gormachen) (Crewkerne) was born. She maried firstly - Gormachan and secondly Capt Henry Crewkerne who died Feb 1655. Notes & Queries had a query "Henry Crewkerne, of Exeter, "Captain of Dragoons, descended from Crewkerne, of Crewkerne, in Devonshire," died at Carlow in Feb. 1664-5. Was he descended from Crewkerne of Chilhay, Dorset?". She was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Margaret Harman (Gormachen) (Crewkerne) made a will dated 10 March 1683.
     Margaret died before 23 February 1684.
     Her will was proved on 23 February 1684.

Mary Harman

(say 1610 - after 18 May 1683)
     Mary Harman was born say 1610 in Dublin, Ireland. She was described as Miss Harman niece of Sir Frederick Hamilton in the original pedigree attestation. She was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Mary Harman married Major John Dunbar, son of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Graham, say 1630 in Ireland.
     Note that Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland under Harman states that Henry Harman of Dublin's daughter Mary married firstly Burton and secondly, Francis Brereton of Chapel-Izod.
     Mary Harman married Arthur Weldon as her second husband, after 1657 in Ireland. Arthur Weldon, of Park co. Carlow, married Mary daughter of Henry Harman of Dublin and sister of Sir Thomas Harman, Kt, of Athy, and widow of Sir John Dunbar of Dunbar, co. Fermanagh. She was widowed again by 1680.
     Mary Harman and Catherine Dunbar, Sir John Dunbar, Major John Dunbar, Alexander Weir and Alexander Weir were mentioned in a court case on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.
     Mary Harman made a will dated 18 May 1683.
     Mary died after 18 May 1683 in Ireland.
     Her will was proved on 9 March 1683/84. 1685?

Child of Mary Harman and Major John Dunbar

Child of Mary Harman and Arthur Weldon

Mary Harman

(say 1624 - )
     Mary Harman was born say 1624. She maried firstly - Burton and secndly Francis Brereton of Chapel Izod. She was the daughter of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?

Mary Harman

     Mary Harman was the daughter of Sir Thomas Harman.
     Mary Harman married Sir Arthur Jones in September 1675.

Nicholas Harman

(before 1570 - )
     Nicholas Harman was born before 1570.
     Nicholas Harman married Mary Unknown (Harman).
     Nicholas Harman lived at Carlow, Ireland, between 1608 and 1619.
     He settled in Ireland during the reign of James I. He was one of the first burgesses of Carlow named in the charter granted to that borough by James I in 1614, and was High Sheriff of co. Carlow in 1619.

Child of Nicholas Harman and Mary Unknown (Harman)

Rose Faith Harman

(circa 1868 - )
     Rose Faith Harman was born circa 1868 in Brighton, Sussex.
     Rose Faith Harman married Richard Noakes as his second wife, between October 1887 and December 1887 in Brighton, Sussex.
     Rose Faith Harman and Richard Noakes appeared on the 1891 census in St Johns Laundry, Clayton, Cuckfield RD, Sussex. Richard Noakes, 49, Rose Faith Noakes, 23, laundry man & laundress, he was born at Jevington and she at Brighton.
     Rose Faith Harman and Richard Noakes appeared on the 1901 census in 23 Park St, Brighton, Sussex. William Harman 70, general labourer, his wife Faith Harman 65, laundress, both born Brighton; Richard Noakes 61, son in law, bath attendant, born Wannock, Ssx, Rose Faith Noakes 33, daughter, wash launderer, born Brighton, grandson Francis Walter Noakes 3, William Richard Noakes 1, both born Brighton .

Children of Rose Faith Harman and Richard Noakes

Thomas Harman

(16 January 1728 - 9 May 1765)
     Thomas Harman was christened on 16 January 1728. He was the son of Wentworth Harman and Lucy Mervyn.
     Thomas died on 9 May 1765 in Ireland aged 37.

Thomas Harman

(circa 1681 - )
     Thomas Harman was born circa 1681 in Carlow, Ireland. He was the son of Wentworth Harman and Mary or Margarert Wesley.
     Thomas matriculated as Thomas Harman, S.C., Mr Shaw (Lichfield), aged 16, son of Wentworth, Generosus. born Castle Rode, co. Carlow. at Trinity College, Dublin, on 7 September 1697.

Sir Thomas Harman

(circa 1638 - 11 December 1667)
     Sir Thomas Harman was born circa 1638 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the third son. He was the son of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?
     Sir Thomas Harman married Ann Jones.
     Of Athy, major in the Army 1661, M.P. for Carlow 1659, and for borough of Kildare 1661. He had issue (see 1912 ed. of LGI, King-Harman of Newcastle).
Calendar of state papers Ireland Chas I pp 764-7: 1641 28 Nov. 44/2s by imprest to Thomas Harmon, lieut in Sir Geo Wentworths troop for 14 days pay to 9 Dec. To be defalked out of his full pay for the half year. 10 Dec to Thos Harmon, lieut to Sir Geo Wentworth's horse troop for 14 days pay for it from 10 Dec 1641. Also 23 Dec. Thos. Harman; 2 Dec to Capt Thos Harman, for his foot company for 23 days from 11 Dec. 23 Dec. 44/2s to Thomas Harmon lieut in Sir Geo Wentworth's troop for 14 days from 23 Dec. Receipted Thos Harman! 3 Jan 1642 to Thos Harman, from Jan 3. A Garrett Weldon is mentioned p.783.
     Thomas died on 11 December 1667 in Athy?, Kildare, Ireland. Buried 14 Dec 1667 at Christ Church in Dublin.

Children of Sir Thomas Harman

Wentworth Harman

( - 21 November 1755)
     Wentworth Harman was born in Ireland. He was the son of Wesley Harman and Mary Milley.
     Wentworth was buried on 21 November 1755 in Carlow. Wenford Harmon, son to Wesly & Mary was buried.

Wentworth Harman

( - 3 November 1757)
     Wentworth Harman was the son of Wentworth Harman.
     Wentworth Harman married Lucy Mervyn in 1714 in Ireland.
     Wentworth died on 3 November 1757 in Ireland. Wenford Harman was buried at Carlow on 21 November 1755.

Children of Wentworth Harman and Lucy Mervyn