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Andrew Harman

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Andrew Harman
Born in Rowan County, North Carolina
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Ashe County, (Now Watauga County), NC
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Killed by a falling tree Buried in Old Harmon Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Cove Creek Twp., Watauga Cty, NC.


Died Wednesday 16 March 1814, Sugar Grove, Ashe Co. (now Watauga Co.), NC Buried Old Harmon Cem., Sugar Grove, Cove Creek Twp., Watauga Co., Andrew Harman's funeral sermon was preached by Rev. James Edens, Sr. who came to the Hix Settlement by way of Daniel Boone's trail which was a chopped out way that led from Elizabethton, TN up Watauga River via Beech Creek and Windy Gap. Rev. Edens was an Englishman who immigrated to Baltimore, MD around 1762 with his brothers Robert (later Governor of Maryland), Charles (later Governor of North Carolina) and John. Around 1770, he settled in Carter County, TN and became the first preacher there. Rev. Edens was a Baptist minister and his Bible, which is still in the possession of his decendants, was published in England in 1698. During the Revolutionary War, Rev. Edens was detailed to help guard the women and children at the Watauga Settlement.

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