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From A Record of the Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Lake County, Ohio, New Connecticut Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Painesville, Ohio, 1902.
Typed and submitted by Becky Falin, 1996.
Dea. Oliver Harmon, born in 1756, came to Painesville from Rutland, Vt., in 1815, where he resided several years, and then removed to Kirtland.
He married Mary Plumb, and was the father of two sons and two daughters.
He was a Revolutionary patriot, one of the "Green Mountain Boys" of Vermont, serving in Capt. Williams' company of militia, in Col Thomas Lee's regiment, commencing the 21st of October, 1781.
He is remembered as a kind and benevolent gentleman, who died Jan. 9, 1843, in his eighty-seventh year, and is buried on the farm on which he lived.
He was a pensioner.
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