Also from the Falls Cemetery in Cleveland Co., Oklahoma. I couldn't ask for a better visual to show that it was between this man's generation and his son's that the name morphed slightly from Carman to Carmon. The base of the stone has one spelling (as do the other later members of the family), but George's name is stilled spelled Carman. Carmon would become Michael's mother's middle name. The first Carman was John Carman who was admitted to the church at Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1632. By 1643 he was in Hempstead, Long Island, dying there before 29 May 1654. We live in West Roxbury. He is also the husband of the much sought after Mary Jane Cox.