I have come across the name DeArmond a couple of times while researching my Carr line that was in Feliciana Parish, LA by 1810-1812.They were previously in South Carolina.
In the American State Papers, Public Lands, Vol. III, P. 63, are the following:
LANDS IN LOUISIANA LYING EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND WEST OF THE ISLAND OF NEW ORLEANS.......(this area includes Feliciana Parish, LA and is on the same page as my Carrs):
David F. Dearmond, settled 1803 Samuel Dearmond, settled 1808 Thomas F. Dearmond, settled 1805
Also, in Vol. I, pp. 815, 816 Public Lands:
IN THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY Samuel Dearmond, 640 acres, Bayou Pierre, Sept. 1806.
There wasa John Dearmond in Georgia mentioned in Vol. III, p. 369.
I have come across two other mentions of DeArmond while researching my Carrs:
1. Elizabeth Ailes m. Calvin M. DeArmond, March 1, 1855, East Feliciana Parish, LA And: 2. From EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LOUISIANA, VOLUME III, ORIGINAL CONVEYANCES, BOOK I, By Mary Ann Smith Sagely: [p. 81] Nov 8, 1865 Mary M. Marsh wid of John Carr, Louisiana D’Armond w(ife) of James A. Marchant.
Hope this information is helpful.If you want links to view AMERICAN STATE PAPERS online, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have come across any Carr information in your research, I would greatly appreciate anything you can provide.