CHAPTER 1 Pages 1-7
"James Harris, the
of the New Jersey branch of the Harris family, was
the city of Bristol, Sommersetshire, England, close to the
border of Wales, about the commencement of 1700; immigrated
to America in 1725 (or about that time); settled in
County, Colony of New Jersey, where he married a
the name of Boleyn, perhaps a granddaughter of Capt.
BOLLEN, who came to the Province
Of the history of
before he came to America, but very little is
he dying just at the period when the war cloud of the
Revolution was beginning to be visible above the
horizon. He is said to have been a man of considerable
of character for one of his humble condition in
He was a merchant tailor by occupation, an
in religion, and a Loyalist or
I shall endeavor, if possible, to have the other branches of his family represented by some of the descendants of each branch."
And so begins Mrs Sarah J.
(Harris) Keifer's book on the Harris family. Now,
I shall make my endeavor to bring the book up-to-date, add to the
earlier generations, and to correct any errors which it
1. "Lyon Memorial" "Henry Lyon of Newark", 1907
"Genealogy of that part of the Harris Family descended
William Harris, son of James Harris, who emigrated from
about 1725; together with a Genealogical Chart of the
of James Harris", Cassville, Missouri, Geo E. Harris,
Printer, 1899. A copy is kept at Akron-Summitt County
Children of James Harris and Miss Boleyn
c. 28 Mar 1731 d. 21 Mar 1822 m. Nathaniel MITCHELL
1752 who was b. 20 Jly 1728 d. 8 Sep 1773
2. Mary HARRIS b. 1732 d. 12 June 1809 m. Moses LYON who was b. 1731 d. 27 Mar 1813
4. George Harris
b. 23 Nov 1741 d. 3 Feb 1822 m. Hannah TUNIS 1765
4. Thomas Harris b. 5 Jan 1743 d. 1822 m. Phebe HARRISON 13 Oct 1763 who was b. 5 Oct 1744 and d. 1824. Harrison Family
5. John Harris b. 1750 d. 1817 m. Sarah BURRIS 1 Jan 1776 m. 2nd Mary HAMILTON 20 July 1777who was b. 8 Oct 1758 and d. 1801
6. Nathan Poply Harris Bp. 15 Apr 1759 d. young [buried in St. Johns Cemetery, Elizabeth, New Jersey.] [Baptismal Records, St. Johns]
7. Elizabeth Harris
Bp. 4 July 1753 d. young
[Inscriptions on Tombstones and Monuments in the Burying Grounds of The First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664-1892.]
of James HARRIS and a Miss BOLEYN
After the death of her husband, in company with her brothers, Thomas, George and John, she emigrated from New Jersey to Washington County, Pennsylvania in 1787. She married Stephen CONKLIN for her second husband. More Conklin Data
She being left a widow a second time, she moved to Knox County, Ohio, where some of her children lived. She lived there the balance of her life, dying at her son's, William Mitchell in Knox County 21 Mar 1822 aged ninety-one years.
1. Hannah Mitchell c. 26 Aug 1753 m. John YOUNG 24 or 30 Nov 1768
2. Abigail Mitchell c. 18 Apr 1756 b. 5 Dec 1755 m. Benjamin JACKSON 20 Aug 1774 Jackson Web Site
3. Elizabeth Mitchell c. 3 Dec 1758 b. 29 Jly 1758 m. ______ KENT
4. Mary Mitchell b. 11 Dec 1760 m. Jonathan WHITAKER 16 Nov 1779b. Sep 1758
5. Jacob Mitchell b. 8 June 1763 m. _____ COBBE m.2nd _____ COBBE 15 Nov 1806 m. 3rd _____ COON
6. William Mitchell b. 14 Jly 1765 d. 13 Aug 1848 m. Phebe SOUTHARD 4 Nov 1789 b. 20 Aug 1769
7. Sarah Mitchell b. 2 Jan 1768 d. 15 Oct 1768 National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 1 pages 30,31.
8. Sarah Mitchell b. 18 Nov 1869 m. Alexander KIRKPATTERICK/ KIRKPATRICK 8 Nov 1787
b. 23 Jan 1772
of James HARRIS and Miss BOLEYN2 was
Moses Lyon(3) was a revolutionary soldier and served as a private in Capt. Abraham Lyon's Company, second Regiment, Essex County, New Jersey Militia, during the war.
His sons James, Henry, and Nathaniel aided the cause of American Independence, the first two as artificers, and the third as private in the second Regiment, Essex County Militia and Continental Line. His son Moses was a drummer boy in the same regiment.
1. Mary Harris was not listed in the Keifer book.
a daughter or grandaughter of James Bollen, son
Memorial, Editor, Sidney E. Lyon, 1907.
The will of Moses
Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, was dated March 18,
probated April 2, 1813. To wife Mary, (who died before
he gave 100 English Pounds, a horse and a chair, and
of one-third of real estate; to three daughters,
and Mary, each 10 Pounds "in 40 days after my
five sons, James, Henry, Moses, Obediah and Richard,
of the estate, equally divided.
Executers: sons Henry and Obediah. Witnesses: Jonathan Meeker, David Lyon Jr., Denman Meeker. Inventory, April 2, 1813; amount $7346.66; appraisers, David Lyon and Joseph Wilbur. [Lyon Memorial S.E. Lyon, Editor, 1907]
1. Hannah Lyon b. ca. 1752 d. ca. 1842 m. Abraham HARRISON (no issue) b. 1751 d. 30 Aug 1832
2. Mary Lyon b.
1752 d. 1842 m.
James WHEELER b.
1740 d. 12 Mar 1777
3. James Lyon b. 31 Aug 1755 d. 20 Sep 1841 m. Eliz. WILLIAMS 21 Apr 1782 b. 20 May 1759 d. 10 Sep 1800 m. 2nd. Mary HAMEL 30 Nov 1801 b. ? d. 4 Nov 1813 m.3rd Mary WILLIAMS 22 Sep 1814 b. 22 June 1763 Dec 1834
4. Henry Lyon
b. 1756 d. 19 May 1824 m. Joanna _?
b. 1766 d. 1 Oct 1859
5. Nathaniel Lyon b. 3 July 1759 d. Sept 1833 m. Mercy_____? b. 1755 d. 4 Dec 1849
6. Abigail Lyon b. 1760 d. 4 Sept 1828 m. Aaron GRUMMAN b. 1756 d. 20 Aug 1803
7. Moses Lyon b. 1761 d. 1763
8. Moses Lyon b. 21 Dec 1763 d. 2 May 1823 m. Elizabeth ARNETT May 1787 b. 24 Apr 1769 d. 7 Sep 1822
9. Harris Lyon b. ca. 1764 d. 1798
10 Obediah Lyon b. 1765 d. 6 Sep 1847 m. Catherine CRANE 13 Sept 1788 b. ? d. 13 June 1789 m. 2nd Sally MEEKER 1791 b. 1765 d. 12 Mar 1852
11. Richard Lyon b. 1766 d. Dec 1821 m. Sarah HENDRICKS b. ? d. 1 Jan 1810 m. Effie VAN HOUTEN 13 Feb 1811
[Lyon Memorial, Sidney E. Lyon, Editor, 1907.]
MARY LYON, daughter of Mary Harris and Moses LYON was born about 1752 at Lyon's Farm and died in 1842. She married first Capt. James WHEELER who was born in 1740 and died 12 March 1777. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. She married second Abner PURCELL. Mary had four children by her first husband and five or six sons by her second husband of which no information.
1. Stephen Wheeler
JAMES LYON, son of
and Moses LYON was born at Lyon's Farm 31 August
and died 20 September 1841 at Woodburn, near
Ohio. As New Jersey was the battle ground of the American
and the Lyon's were of democratic principles,
Lyon inevitably took up arms against King George. A
of service shows that he "served as an
Jeremiah Bruen's Company, Col, Jonathan Baldwin's
artificers Regiment, Continental
James Lyon made an application for pension on August 20, 1832, at which time he was 77 years of age and residing in Hamilton County, Ohio. A pension was allowed "for three years' actual service as an artificer in the New Jersey State Troops. A part of the time he served under Captain Bruen and Colonel Baldwin" (Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C.)
Two years after he left the army, James Lyon married, 21 April 1782, Elizabeth WILLIAMS of Elizabethtown, N.J. She was born 18 May 1759, a daughter of Jonathan WILLIAMS and Joanna WILLIAMS.
Tradition says that
Williams was a very beautiful woman, and a woman of
disposition. They lived for a time in New York
in Maiden Lane, and some of the children were born
In 1791 James Lyon emigrated with his family to Hamilton
Ohio and settled on Walnut Hills, in what is now
of Cincinnati. Here he bought 1,000 acres of land of
Symmes' Purchase, at 37 1/2 cents
Elizabeth died 10 September 1800. James married second Mrs. Mary HAMEL 30 November 1801. She died 4 November 1813. He married third Mrs. Mary WILLIAMS 22 September 1814. She was born 22 June 1763 and died in December 1834. She was the widow of Thomas Williams and sister-in-law of his first wife. James had seven children by his first wife and no children by his second or third wives.
1. Jonathan Williams Lyon b. 17 Mar 1784 d. 20 Dec 1871
2. James Lyon b. 30 Oct 1784 d. 6 Jan 1865
3. Oliver Lyon b. 13 Jan 1786 d. 26 Nov 1848
4. Joanna Lyon b. 6 Nov 1789 d. 1820 m. Elijah NORTON
5. Moses Lyon b. 24 Feb 1792 d. 3 Jly 1793
6. Moses Lyon b. 22 Apr 1794 d. 22 Oct 1841
Williams Lyon b. 14 June 1797 d. 13 Apr 1855 m. Lewis Huntington LEE
m. 2nd James KELLEY
HENRY LYON, son of
and Moses Lyon was born at Lyon's Farm in 1756
19 May 1824. He married Joanna ________? who was bor
and died 1 Oct 1859 at the advanced age of 91
months surviving her husband 33 years. Four years
to her death she was bereft of the last of her nine
six of whom were victims of consumption and died
Henry Lyon, a soldier of the
1. Jotham Lyon b.
24 Feb 1784 d. 22 Sep 1792
NATHANIEL LYON, son
Harris and Moses LYON was born 3
Nathaniel Lyon married Mercy ________? in November 1777. She was born in 1755 and died 4 December 1849. She applied for a widow's pension October 10, 1838 at which time she lived in Marion County, Indiana. No children.
daughter of Mary
Harris and Moses LYON was born
1. James Lyon b. 27 Apr 1788 d. 15 Mar 1864 m. Lydia MORLEY 11 Nov 1819 (no issue)
2. Moses H. Lyon b. 18 Nov 1789 d. 21 Apr 1863 m. Sarah BENTON 18 Sep 1814 (4 sons)
3. Mary Bowman Lyon b. 15 Apr 1791 d. 13 Apr 1872 m. William WOODS 24 Oct 1815 (6 children)
4. Elizabeth Arnett Lyon b. 10 Feb 1793 d. ? m. Ebenezer RICE 8 May 1820 (5 children)
5. Abigail Grumman Lyon b. 28 Nov 1794 d. 27 Nov 1883 m. Samuel RICE 12 Jan 1817 (4 children)
6. Robert Bond Lyon b. 27 Sep 1796 d. 5 Oct 1859 m. 1st Catherine BACON 28 Oct 1822 (5 children) m. 2nd Clarissa KELLOGG 16 Jan 1841 (4 children)
7. Abner Purcell Lyon b. 22 Jan 1799 d. 10 Mar 1878 m. 1st Helen HUMPHREY 5 Feb 1822 (7 children) m. 2nd Lavra SHELDON
8. Thomas Bowman Lyon b. 19 Aug 1801 d. 18 Dec 1878 m. Diana SMEDLEY 28 Sep 1826 (1 son)
9. Sarah Gibbs Lyon b. 26 Feb 1803 d. 6 May 1884 m. Norman TOWN 1 May 1822 (no issue)
10. Lewis Sherrill Lyon b. 6 Apr 1805 d. Aug 1806
11. Jane Ann Lyon b. 23 Jan 1807 d. 31 Jan 1864 m. Norman LITTLE 22 Jly 1828 (9 children)
12. Charles Proctor
Lyon b. 1 Sep 1808 d. 4 Apr 1809
13. Helen Rayette
b. 16 Feb 1811 d. 21 Apr 1886 m. Ten Eyck GANSEVOORT
Oct 1828 (4 children)
HARRIS LYON, son of
and Moses Lyon was born at Lyons Farm about 1764.
young manhood he removed from New Jersey to New Orleans
was a merchant in that city. In 1798, while in New
died of yellow fever, and was buried in the old
Spring Street, near Bleeker. On October 16, 1798,
Lyon administered on the estate of his brother, Harris
late of Essex County, New Jersey, who died intestate.
OBEDIAH LYON, son of Mary Harris and Moses LYON was born at Lyons Farm in 1765. He lived on a farm half way between Newark and Elizabethtown, and died there 6 September 1847. He married Catherine CRANE 13 September 1788 who died 13 June 1789. He married second Sally MEEKER in 1791 who was born in 1765 and died 12 March 1852. Obediah Lyon and his wife Sarah Meeker Lyon and their son Stephen Meeker Lyon are buried in the churchyard of the first Presbyterian Church at Elizabethtown, New Jersey. They had six children:
1. Stephen Lyon b. Oct 1791 d. 25 June 1864
2. Catherine C. Lyon b. Mar 1792 d. 5 Apr 1878
3. David Lyon b. July 1793 d.
4. Betsy Lyon b. June 1795 m. ______? BROWN
5. Harris Lyon b. Sep 1799
6. Abigail Lyon
b. Feb 1808 d. m. David JOHNSON
RICHARD LYON, son
of Mary Harris
and Moses LYON was born at
At the time of the
of the Northwest territory, Richard Lyon, with his
and their three children, Abby, Sarah, and Richard,
from New Jersey and settled at Osage, Illinois, a
by New Jersey men, among them several of the Lyons.
in 1789, he lost his oldest child. This may have
return to Elizabethtown, where the remains of his
were interred in the churchyard
1. Abigail Hendricks Lyon b. 5 Aug 1792 d. 1798
2. Sarah Hendricks Lyon b. 10 Dec 1794 d. 4 Feb 1880 m. Asa PRIOR
3. Richard Lyon b. 19 Sep 1796 d. m. Martha WALDRON (moved to Michigan where he died)
4. Mary Lyon b. 10 Jan 1799
5. Moses Lyon b. 25 Feb 1802 d. 31 Aug 1841
6. John Joseph Lyon b. 15 Nov 1809 d. at sea.
7. Mary Harris Lyon b. 24 Feb 1812 d.
8. David Demarest Lyon b. 26 Mar 1814 d.
9. Aaron Grumman Lyon b. 9 Feb 1816 d.
10. Rachel Demarest
b. 29 Nov 1817 d.
1. William Bacon Lyon b. 15 Aug 1823 d. Mar 1855 (born in Ogdenburg, St. Lawrence Co., NY)
2. Lydia Jane Lyon b. 21 Sep 1826 d. 6 Apr 1913 m. George Smith CLEVELAND 17 Jan 1844 (born in Ogdenburg, NY.)
3. John Bacon Lyon b. 15 Apr 1829 d. 20 Dec 1904 (born in Canadaigua, Ontario Co., NY)
4. Helen Mary Lyon
b. 9 August 1832 m. Chauncey F.
5. Robert Woods Lyon b. 21 May 1835 d. 16 Sep 1861 (born in Conneaut, OH) (died in Civil War)
6. Catherine Lyon b. 26 Nov 1841 m. Eber B. WARD
7. Clarissa Lyon b. 26 Oct 1843 m. James F. WADE
8. Paulina Lyon b. 24 Nov 1849 d. 3 May 1904 m. Justice STEARNS (died at Ludington, MI.)
9. Thomas Rice Lyon
b. 31 May 1854 d. m. Harriet WADE 26 Oct
LYDIA JANE LYON, daughter of Robert B. Lyon and Catherine BACON was born 21 September 1823 in Ogdenburg, St. Lawrence County, New York. She married George Smith CLEVELAND 17 January 1844 in Conneaut, Ohio. He was born 24 July 1821 in Schuylersville, Saratoga County, New York, son of Oliver CLEVELAND and Anna BENJAMIN. Lydia died 6 April 1913 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. George died at same place 19 Dec 1887. He was buried in Conneaut, Ohio, whereas she was buried in Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis. They had eight children.
1. Catherine Lyon Cleveland b. 21 Jan 1845 d. 23 Jly 1852
2. John Ball Cleveland b. 14 Aug 1846 d. 26 Mar 1924 m. Annie L. WARFIELD 16 Feb 1885
3. Helen Mary Cleveland b. 3 Jly 1848 d. 23 Mar 1924 m. Aaron Morley WILCOX 24 Apr 1873
4. Anna Jane Cleveland b. 27 May 1850 d. 28 Apr 1939
5. Robert Lyon Cleveland b. 9 May 1855 d. 17 Feb 1857
6. Lydia Jane Lyon Cleveland b. 21 May 1860 d. 7 Oct 1932 m. Thomas Sadler ROBERTS
7. George Smith Cleveland b. 5 Oct 1861 d. 26 Apr 1895
8. William Lyon
b. 27 Oct 1868 d. 3 May 1869
LYDIA JANE LYON CLEVELAND, daughter of George S. Cleveland and Lydia Jane Lyon was born 21 May 1860 in Conneaut, Ohio. She married Thomas Sadler ROBERTS 18 Oct 1887 in Minneapolis, MN. He was born 16 Feb 1858 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania son of John ROBERTS and Elizabeth Jane SADLER. Lydia died 7 Oct 1932 in Minneapolis and Thomas died 19 April 1946 at same place. They are buried in Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis. They had three children.
1. Thomas Cleveland Roberts b. 11 Oct 1888 d. 3 July 1954 m. Dorothy Yvonne REASER 10 Oct 1918
2. Catherine Lyon Roberts b. 24 Jan 1890 d. 23 July 1954 m. Joseph Long SEYBOLD 16 May 1914
3. John Carroll
b. 3 Mar 1892 d. 13 Feb 1948 m. Myrtto J. SCHULTZ
of Thomas S. Roberts and Lydia
1. Thomas Reaser Roberts b. 6 Jly 1921 d. 7 Jly 1921
2. Thomas Reaser Roberts b. 13 Mar 1923 d.25 Feb 1969 m. Carol HAUS 2 May 1942
3. Margaret Evelyn Roberts b. 26 Feb 1926 d. 23 Jly 1926
b. 4 Mar 1930 d. 9 Sep 1973
more information on Lyons/Roberts contact:
James HARRIS and a Miss BOLEYN was
Thomas served principally at sea during the Revolution, on board of vessels equipped as privateers, bearing letters of marque and reprisal from the Continental Congress, authorizing them to harassed and plunder British commerce. He, with his brothers, George and John, participated in the bloody battle of Monmouth in 1778. [DAR Patriot Index]
After the close of the war, Mr. Harris emigrated, in company with his brothers, George and John, and his sister Abigail, then widow of Nathaniel Mitchell, from New Jersey to Pennsylvania, and settled in Greene County about the year 1787, where he resided until about 1815.
He then moved to
Ohio, in company
with his son, Stephan Harris, settling in
Township, Knox County, where he remained the balance
life. Thomas died in 1822, and Phebe died in
Both are buried in the old part of Presbyterian Cemetery,
Martinsburg, Knox County, Ohio.
A new marker for
of Thomas Harris and his wife Phebe (Harrison)
erected through the efforts of a descendant, Mrs.
Boyer Todd of Lakewood, Colorado. On July 20th, 1988, the
Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution,
conducted a ceremony dedicating the marker. The
took place at Martinsburg, Ohio, and was conducted by Mrs.
Pound, regent of the Hetuck Chapter. The color
from the American Legion Post 85
The invocation and benediction were given by Mrs. John Judge, Hetuck Chapter Chaplain. Mrs. Hayward Dick, vice regent, led the Pledge of Allegiance and the American's Creed. Mrs. Walter Seidel, regent of the Granville Chapter, DAR, led the national anthem and "Faith of our Fathers."
Al R. Rinehard,
marker with an expression of gratitude to Harris
patriots of the War of 1776 for their valor and
fighting to fulfill their dreams of freedom for
Mrs. Albert Bradbury, OSDAR historian, presented a
history on the life and service of Harris. Principal
Dr. John J. Evans of Athens and
Ruth Boyer Todd,
from the Mount Lookout Chapter in
Thomas Harris and Phebe (Harrison) Harris had six children, all born in Essex County, New Jersey.
1. James Harris b. 12 Oct 1765
2. Stephan Harris b. 7 Dec 1767 m. Hannah BEACH 1787 b. 15 June 1765
3. Mary Harris b. 17 Dec 1769 m. Jonathan JEWELL 1797
4. Nathan Popple Harris b. 20 Sep 1772
5. Abram Harris b. 17 May 1775 d. 18 Feb 1850 m. Esther DENMAN 21 Jan 1796. Photo of Abram Harris
6. Phebe Harris
b. 26 Jan 1778 m. ______ DEAN
James HARRIS who married a Miss BOLEYN
It was by the aid of those minute men that the British were annoyed, and their march impeded, so that General Washington was enabled to overtake them at Monmouth and to achieve so great a victory.
Mr. Harris took
part in the
bloody battle of Monmouth, as did his brothers, Thomas
During the Revolutionary War, he resided in the
New Jersey. While he was in the army his house was
and his stock driven off. Soon after the close of the
he took up his westward march. In 1787, he removed with
family to Washington County, Pennsylvania, then an
unbroken wilderness, where he erected his cabin and
his home, and where he resided
1. Nehemiah Harris b. ca. 1766 d. ca. 1784
2. Barnabas C. Harris b. 15 Aug 1768 d. 18 Dec 1849 m. Esther MILLER
3. Joseph Harris b. 1 Dec 1770 d. 1837 m. Martha RYAN 25 April 1791 d. 1841/42
4. John Harris b. ca. 1772 d. in infancy
5. Phebe Harris b. ca. 1775 m. ______? HAYS
6. Rebecca Harris b. ca. 1778 m. Oliver CRANE
7. Elizabeth Harris b. ca. 1780 m. ________? MITCHELL
8. Sarah Harris b. ca. 1783 d. 24 Oct 1840 m. John TUNIS 1886
9. Abigail Harris b. ca. 1785 m. James McGOWAN
10. Hannah Harris b. ca. 1786 m. Alexander McMULLEN 8 Feb 1794
11. Pamelia Harris
b. 17 Oct 1788 d. 3 Mar 1863 m. Joseph MILLER 4 Mar
d. 12 Apr 1885
James HARRIS who married a Miss BOLEYN
Mr. Harris served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He belonged to what was called the Jersey minute men. At the commencement of the war the cities of Philadelphia and New York were occupied by strong British forces, and Jersey being a narrow strip situated between the two cities, was made the common foraging and plunder grounds from both points, and in order to repel their invasions and intercept their supplies and annoy them in any way, the men of Jersey who were liable to military duty, and were loyal to the patriotic cause, were enrolled into bands all through the Colony.
They were not
required to remain
under arms except as emergency required.
required to hold themselves ready at all times to
out at a moments notice, and they have ever since been
as the Jersey minute men. Whenever the enemy made a raid
the territory, these minute men would rush to arms and
after them like fox hounds, and they captured many
and many valuable convoys of
Mr. Harris belonged
minute men, and as such was in many skirmishes, raids
forages. It was on the occasion of the British attempting
cross from Philadelphia to New York through Jersey, with a
force, that these minute men so annoyed them and
march that General Washington was enabled to
at Monmouth, almost in sight of the spires of New
to achieve so great a victory. He was also at the bloody
of Mon-mouth, where his
[Rev. War pension #W19679] [DAR Patriots Index]
He was a hand mason
but in years after became a successful
emigrated from Essex County, New Jersey, to Washington
Pennsylvania, about the year 1787, where he resided
balance of his life. He died on Ten Mile Creek, near
of Amity, in 1817, and is buried in the old
His will was dated 15
Mr. Harris' second wife, Mary Hamilton, the mother of his children, was born, 8 October 1758, and died in 1801. She was of Scottish parentage, and was a descendant of a family of Scottish Covenanters who emigrated to the North of Ireland to escape persecution in Scotland.
[Will Book #3, page 196, Washington County, PA.] [Pension Record] [Heads of Families, 1790, PA., p. 255, 1908] [1810 Washington County, Pa., Amwell p. 639]
1. Jane Harris b. 8 May 1778 d. 8 Jan 1847 m. Jacob EPPLEMAN (APPLEMAN)
2. Stephan Harris b. 21 Aug 1780 d. 1862 m. Sibyl CLARK 1804
3. Sarah Harris b. 15 Sep 1782 d. 10 Feb 1856 m. Aaron ROSS 5 Oct 1802, he d. 18 Jly 1843
4. John Harris Jr. PHOTO b. 14 Jan 1785 d. 15 Oct 1863 m. 1st Ann CHIDESTER m. 2nd Rebekah RAYNOLDS 21 Oct 1819 who d. 27 Nov 1853
Harris Cochran shc2615
5. Elizabeth Harris b. 19 Mar 1787 d. 16 June 1863 m. William POOL 10 Nov 1809 who d. 30 Nov 1846
6. William Harris b. 15 July 1789 d. 11 Feb 1863 m. Geulie Elma GREGG 21 Sep 1815 who d. 13 Aug 1864
b. 22 Mar 1792 d. 6 Jan 1834 m. Mary LOGAN 26 Dec
1816 who was
b. 19 Mar 1782 d. 8 Mar 1864
8. Mary Harris b. 12 May 1794 d. 26 Feb 1873 m. John MUSTARD 1816 who d. 16 Dec 1853
Harris b. 18 July 1796 d. 18 Jan 1879 (see Chapter 15) m. William ROSS 1820
d. 20 Feb 1877
10. Jonathan Whitaker Harris b. 7 Aug 1799 d. 3 Oct 1872 m. Abigail C. CRACRAFT/CRACROFT 29 Aug 1822 who d. 14 Sep 1860, m. Mrs. Catherine SHOARDS 7 May 1861.
11. Phebe Hamilton
b. 10 May 1802 d. 14 May 1878 m. Alexander POOL 7
who was b. 15 Jul 1799 d. 24 Dec 1881
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