↑ Damon-331 was created by Richard Damon through the import of Damon-10.ged on May 21, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
Source: S10 Title: Edward Kennan Damon, Interviewer: Richard Smith Damon, Informant Address: Squim, WA Abbreviation: Edward Kennan Damon Author: Edward Kennan Damon
Source: S36 Title: The Damon Family of Reading, Massachussetts, File Number: ISBN 0-89725-384-1 Abbreviation: Damon Family of Reading, MA Author: Damon, Richard A. Jr Publication: Penobscot Press, October 1999
Source: S57 Title: United States Census, 1920, Mary Damon, Record Type: United States Census, Household: Damon, Mary, Record Info: Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Concord, Enumeration District 114, Sheet 3B, Lines 70-75 Publication: Ancestry.com, 1920 Repository: #R16
Source: S71 Title: United States Census, 1910, Ralph Hager Damon, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Concord, Enumeration District 797, Sheet 8A, Lines 38-48. Publication: Ancestry.com, 1910 Repository: #R16
Source: S190 Title: Social Security Death Index: U.S., Vol 1&2, Ed 7 Abbreviation: Social Security Death Index Publication: Ancestry.com
Source: S201 Title: United States Census, 1930, Winslow Johnson Damon, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Concord, Enumeration District 203, Sheet 2B, Lines 51-55, Roll: T626_917. Publication: Ancestry.com, 1910 Repository: #R16
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Winslow Johnson by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: