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Colonel Lewis Given Harman (1818-1902)

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Marathon, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 12' 25.8984", -103° 11' 54.4992"
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    Typical of those who served the South and then moved into new counties of Western Texas. Surveyor, Indian agent, soldier, legislator, Justice of the Peace. Born in Tennessee. Moved to Texas 1838. Fought in Mexican War. Though 43 when Civil War began, immediately joined 11th Texas Cavalry, in swift 1861 campaign to place Confederate forts in Indian Territory. Was Post Commander, Fort Arbuckle, I.T., June to August 1861. Civic leader in Marathon after its founding in 1882. Had town's first Masonic funeral.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Colonel Lewis Given Harman (1818-1902) Historical Marker Location Map, Marathon, Texas

Related Themes: Texas C.S.A., Texas Confederate States of America, Confederacy, Texas Freemasons, Masonic Lodges, Freemasonry
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