All of your sentences are grammatically correct, except the last which should say "a man" and not "man".
However, keep in mind that another meaning of pass (which can also be the phrasal verb pass away but away is optional) can be a polite form of "die".
I'm sorry to hear of your grandfather's passing yesterday.
A way to make it clear that you don't mean this is to say pass by and keep the by prepositional phrase close to the verb, if there is one:
I saw a man who passed by running in the front of house
I saw a man who passed by the front of the house, running.
I saw a man who passed by very fast in front of the house.
Basically, you can treat pass by like a phrasal verb.
Of couse, earlier context may make it 100% clear that you are talking about a person moving past a house and not dying, so one might say passed and not passed by, but it's good to include it if someone may not know the context for clarity.