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Richard - Posted January 15, 2012
John & Rebecca Herrin of New Jersey are my 4th ggrandparents in this line. Their daughter Sarah married John Brown, son of Mathew Brown, immigrant.
Tim Herren - Posted January 7, 2012
Just checking out the website wondering if this is part of my family. My Grand father was from Ok and lived in Tx for a number of years. His name was Howard Herren, went by Lester or Tex.
Juanita Anderson - Posted December 14, 2011
There is so much - thanks to everyone that gives of their time to provide it.
James Herren - Posted October 18, 2011
Alexander Herren donated the land for the cemetery in Camp Hill,Al. His grave sits on a hillside and there are many Herrens buried below.
Juanita Anderson - Posted September 26, 2011
Great site - Thanks for all your effort and time put into it!!!!!!!!
teressa herren - Posted September 26, 2011
Hey im looking for anyone kin to "Clifton Eugene Herren" [gene]?????!!!!! He is my father!!!!!
Glenda Herren Stroobant - Posted September 2, 2011
Looking for my Dads side of the family. Oklahoma and Arkansas. Great-Great grandparents came from Germany.
Grace Herren Smith - Posted August 10, 2011
I would like to become a member and try to find my Dad's side of the family. Please advise!

Grace Herren Smith
Colleen Herren Bosarge - Posted July 6, 2011
Wow! What an amazing site!!! The furthest I've made it back on my Herrens are John Henry Herren marrying Catherine Rose in 1850 - Cass County Illinois. I do not have anything past this..... These Herrens were loggers and came down the MS river and settled in and around MS / AR. My grandparents, John Herren and Doris Creech Herren, were married in Dumas, Arkansas. They lived on the MS river at Hillhouse and raised 13 children. Eleven were from this union....two were from Johns first wife who passed away.

Any information would be great;y appreciated.
irishey727@aol.com
billy byrnes - Posted June 30, 2011
Adressing John Herron on Matthew w Herron. Matthew w. and George b Herron are the sons of William m Herron jr and Catherine Hood. Matthew w and George b joined the Kentucky 7th infantry co k usa in 1861 with their uncle Shadrick Herrin. They fought from Kentucky to Louisiana reenlisted in 1864 to 1866. Their civil war records are in herron and mostly in herrin.Shadrick Herrin died in 1865 in Baton Rouge Louisiana buried there. Their father is the one who changed the name from herrin to herron.The brothers was muster out in 1866 in Baton Rouge. In 1866 George b stayed in Baton Rouge Louisiana and Matthew w went to OHIO THEN TO Illnois and married Mary c Sly. Then went to California and became a architect. They had two daughters. Mary died in 1899 and matthew died in 1926 in REDDING CALIFORNIA. Family history William m herrin jr- herron 1822-1899 Catherin Hood 1822- Matthew w 1842 George b 1845 John w 1848 Emily c 1851 James T 1852 . Matthew was 19 years old and george was 16 when
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