HARMON, JOHN MARK - McDonald County, Missouri | JOHN MARK HARMON - Missouri Gravestone Photos

John Mark HARMON

Harmon Cemetery
McDonald County,

Aug. 11, 1803 Greene Co TN
Apr. 4, 1862 McDonald Co MO
Parents: Isaac B. Harmon, Elizabeth Luster
Spouse: Elizabeth Betsy S. Key Harmon (1805 - 1881) Married Oct 14, 1824

"The second murder during the war was that of Uncle Mark Harmon, early in 1862, by Confederate bush-whackers. He was an uncompromising Union man, and on that date attended a Union meeting at Poole's Prairie. He carried his gun, and while returning saw a party advancing, on whom he called to declare themselves friends or foes. In reply they fired on him and then hacked his body, inflicting several wounds." --pg. 36 McDonald and Newton County Sections of Goodspeed's History, 1888, reprinted May 1982 by the Newton County Historical Society.

Contributed on 3/26/17 by tslundberg
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Submitted: 3/26/17 • Approved: 5/16/17 • Last Updated: 4/10/18 • R803803-G0-S3

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