Larmon History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms

The surname Larmon is of patronymic origin, and belongs to the category of surnames known as hereditary surnames. As a point of interest, the name is derived from the personal name Armand, and signifies "the son of Armand." The personal name Armand is of Germanic origin, being derived from the Old German word "heri," which meant army man, warrior, and therefore meant soldier. The original Germanic form of the personal name was Heriman; the name in English is Herman.

Early Origins of the Larmon family

The surname Larmon was first found in Provence, where the family has held a family seat since ancient times.

The name was first recorded in the cartulary of the abbey of Saint-Bertain, during the year of 806. Throughout the centuries the family prospered, expanded and grew in size. The family, as a noble family of France, confirmed with letters of patent and heraldic cap, contributed largely on the political as well as the cultural scene of the regions in which they settled. In return for their contributions many of the different branches were granted titles of nobility.

In the 1700's, François Armand, Lawyer, became a magistrate in his community as reward for his great services in the field of law. Participating in the events of the times, he was elected deputy of Tiers at the Estates General in 1789. Through the years the branches of the family became more prominent and achieved acclaim through their valuable and constant contributions to the community in which they lived. Joseph Marie Rose Armand, showing the same interest in the law field, rose to the rank of magistrate and legislator in recognition of his outstanding performance. In 1807, he was promoted to President of the Tribunal of Aoste, a place which he occupied until 1814.

To this day, the province of Provence is proud to have been the ancestral seat of such an important family.

Early History of the Larmon family

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Larmon Spelling Variations

Spelling variations of this family name include: Armand, Arman, Armans, Armande, Armad, Armade, d'Armand, l'Armand, Darmand, Larmand, Larman, Darman, Darmon, Larmande, Darmande, Armmand, Armman, Armmmans, Armmande, Armmad, Armmade, Harman, Harmman, Harmand, Harmmande, Herman, Hermande, Hermman, Hermmande, Hartman, Hartmande and many more.

Early Notables of the Larmon family (pre 1700)

Notable amongst the names at this time was François Armand, Magistrate, Deputy of Tiers; Marie Armande de La Trémoille (1677-1717), a French noblewoman and Princess of Turenne; and Nicolas Herman (c. 1614-1691), known as Brother Lawrence of the Resurrection, lay brother in...
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Larmon Ranking

In the United States, the name Larmon is the 14,570th most popular surname with an estimated 2,487 people with that name. [1]

Migration of the Larmon family

Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Jacques Armand settled in Louisiana in 1757; Mathiaus Armand settled in Philadelphia in 1856; Mr Armand, aged 30; settled with his wife and child in New Orleans in 1822.

Contemporary Notables of the name Larmon (post 1700) +

  • Leila Larmon, American boot designer, known for her modern platform denim style boots displayed in The Met
  • LtCol Brietta L Larmon, American Commander of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772 (HMH-772)
  • David Larmon, American producer, known for his work on Multiplex (2005)
  • Gene Larmon (b. 1982), American cinematographer, known for his work on TRON
  • Kevin Larmon (b. 1955), American artist, former assistant professor of painting at Syracuse University
  • Charles W. Larmon (b. 1857), American politician, Member of New York State Assembly from Washington County 1st District, 1889-90; Member, New York State Immigration Commission, 1907-08 [2]
  • Larmon Townsend, American politician, Member of Connecticut State House of Representatives from Middlebury, 1829-30
  • Larmon Stennis, American Republican politician, Alternate Delegate to Republican National Convention from Alaska, 1964 [3]

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