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HARRIS DNA—GROUP 2

Compiled by Glenn Gohr

*This is a partial summary. It may take several weeks for any updates to this page after the last update from the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page. This is a time-consuming project.

Last updated January 1, 2017.

(Contact the webmaster with any further updates.)

This is an ongoing project seeking to chart out lines of descent that have been DNA tested as shown on the Harris Y-DNA Results Page. Information is based on DNA results, lineage information supplied by kit submitters, Bible records, vital records, legal documents, census records, family histories, internet sources, etc. In some cases the paper trail and/or information found on the web or other sources may be in error. Please view this information as a tool and not as proven fact.

NOTICE: Information presented in these webpages is not to be construed as PROVABLE FACTS. It is up to the user to verify all information that he/she receives. Some information has been provided by kit submitters and their own research. Other information has been added from other sources. Additions and corrections are welcome.

Lineage information in brackets lists the Group Number and the DNA Kit Number as found on the Harris Y-DNA Results Page. The kit numbers are listed in the same order as presented on the Harris Y-DNA Results Page. If you are looking for a specific kit number, click CONTROL and F at the same time. Then do a key word search by kit number or name of earliest-known ancestor. Additional information will be included as more DNA markers are tested and as more participants match up with this grouping.

This group belongs to the I haplogroup. The new haplogroup listings adopted in 2014 conform to the ISOGG SNP nomenclature, which uses the shortened haplogroup name (one letter only) combined with the terminal SNP (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism). In groups where kits are matched together, they will show the same haplogroup letter, but they may show different SNP designations.

See the International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG) page for the Y-DNA Haplogroup I and its Subclades.

Here are lineage charts (supported by DNA) that fall into Group 2 of the Harris Y-DNA Results. All spouses are not shown—only the ones that are listed as the parent of the generation that follows. For questionable generations, the names are preceded by an asterisk *. This means the connection between the person with an asterisk and the previous generation are unproven.

The modal listing of Group 2 up to 111 markers is listed on the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page. In order to better compare matches in Group 2, the modal listing has also been posted on Ysearch with a user ID of E8JNS. To view the modal listing go to the Ysearch user ID page for E8JNS

This modal listing has also been posted at Ancestry.com on its DNA site. For those in Group 2 who have tested (or posted their results for free) with Ancestry.com, you should find a match with Group2Modal and surname Harris.

For an exact match to this group, the submitter must be a male with the HARRIS surname, be from the same haplogroup, and the DNA markers from his kit number should match exactly with these results. In most cases there will be at least one variation in DNA marker values. If the two test kits are from close relatives, then the variation is due to normal mutations of DNA. DNA mutations may occur every 4 or 5 generations. Some specific markers tested are known to mutate faster than others.

At this time it looks like there are at least 7 different progenitors or earliest known ancestors represented in Group 2. Although the DNA appears to match closely, the connection between these lines has not yet been determined.


HARRIS DNA GROUP 2 LINEAGE CHARTS
Here are lineages supplied by kit submitters as well as other documentation. The most recent representative in each line (living persons are not shown) has been tested, and their DNA markers match closely with the modal for Group 2, giving evidence for a common ancestor.

The lineage numbers assigned match up with the order in which each kit is listed on the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page.


Donate to the Harris Project General Fund

There are a few individuals who would be willing to submit a sample of the DNA if they had the money available. Currently Family Tree DNA has a link for the general fund if someone is willing to contribute money to help fund someone else’s DNA test. If you specify “Harris” it would be credited to the Harris DNA project. If you would like to donate to the general fund, use the following link and specify the surname for your donation. You may also specify one certain person to receive the donation to be used for their DNA testing. The site is: Contributing to the General Fund

In order to use money for the general fund, if you have donated the money, you can contact FTDNA and ask them to credit your money in the general fund to a specific kit or test that is being ordered. Otherwise the Harris Project Administrators can use the money for a future testee that is needing monetary assistance in order to get testing done.


Lineage #1.—DNA Kit #47884—Ysearch ID #98HQW. This is for the line of Nathan Harris (ca. 1756-1827) of Louisa County, Virginia. He is believed to be the son of a Matthew Harris. His connection to the other Harrises in Group 2 is unknown at this time.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 98HQW. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 98HQW

This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Louisa Co., VA > Simpson Co., KY > Logan Co., KY.

This kit is a 12-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 as far as has been tested, with no variances. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The kit submitter has not provided a lineage. A few details from other sources are added below:

1 Matthew Harris b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
  +  ?
    2 *Nathan {2-#47884} Harris b: ABT. 1756 d: 19 MAR 1827
      + Sarah "Sally" Knight b: ABT. 1756 d: BEF. 19 MAR 1827
        3 George {2-#47884} Harris b: 23 MAR 1778 d: 24 MAR 1849
          + Rachel Winfred McAlister b: 24 MAR 1779 d: 11 FEB 1855
            4 Nathan Robert {2-#47884} Harris b: 23 SEP 1805 d: 30 MAR 1881
              + Elizabeth Hail b: 5 FEB 1809 d: 31 OCT 1854
                5 Nathan Dudley {2-#47884} Harris b: 3 FEB 1838 d: 17 AUG 1916
                  + Rosaner J. Zeck b: 8 OCT 1841 d: 14 APR 1891
                    6 John May {2-#47884} Harris b: 8 SEP 1861 d: 1937
                      + Anna Trimble b: 7 MAR 1867 d: 1953
                        7 Maynard Lee {2-#47884} Harris b: 10 FEB 1900 d: 29 JUN 1987
                          + Gladys D. Downing b: ABT. 1902 d: UNKNOWN

(Source: Ysearch for 98HQW: http://www.ysearch.org/search_view.asp?uid=98HQW&viewuid=98HQW&p=0; Reno Arthur Mallory's ancestors on Rootsweb's Worldconnect: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=malfam, accessed 5/15/2006; Gary Violette post on Simpson Co., KY message board on Rootsweb, 4/22/2006; Records of Jesse Macon Lawrence on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jmljr, accessed 5/16/2006; Records of Gary Violette on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=walfam, accessed 12/4/2008; listings on Findagrave.com for George Harris, Rachel Harris, Nathan Robert Harris, Elizabeth Hail Harris, Nathan Dudley Harris, Rosaner J. Harris, John May Harris, and Anna Trimble Harris.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Simpson Co., KY, p. 15A
#191, #191
*N R Harris 	45 M 	Farmer	3000 re	Va
E Harris 	42 F			Ky
G T Harris 	19 M	Laborer		Ky
M R Harris 	18 F			Ky
S Harris 		15 F			Ky
*N D Harris 	13 M			Ky
S G Harris 	11 M			Ky
E F Harris 	9 F			Ky
J P Harris 	6 M			Ky
S H Harris 	4 F			Ky
N D Harris 	2 M			Ky

1860 Census, Franklin, Simpson Co., KY, p. 293
#309, #299
*Nathan R. Harris 54 M	Farmer	5000 re 9800 pe	Virginia
Mary "		45 F				Kentucky
James "		21 M	Farmer		1200 pe	Do
Louisa "		12 F				Do
John "		14 M				Do
Robt "		10 M				Do
Eudorah "	8 F				Do

1870 Census, Sub District No. 50, Franklin, Simpson Co., KY, p. 13
#88, #88
*Harris, Nathan R. 64 M W Farmer	13,800 re 3000 pe	Virginia
     Mary		50 F W					Kentucky
     Robert	22 M W	Works on farm			"
     Luda		18 F W					"

1880 Census, District No. 215, Franklin, Simpson Co., KY, p. 369A
#205, #227
*Harris, Nathan	W M 74				Virginia Va Va
     Mary		W F 60 wife	Keeping house	Virginia Va Va
Newland, Dora	W F 16 G Daughter At home	Missouri Ky Ky
+#105, #228
Clark, Phebee	B F 36 Servant	Domestic Servant	Kentucky Va Ky
     Geo. W.	B M 7		At home		Kentucky Ky Ky
     Neely M.	B F 5		At home		Kentucky Ky Ky

1900 Census, Middleton Precinct, Simpson Co., KY, p. 6B
#114, #114
*Harris, Nathan	Head	W M Feb 1837 63 wd	Kentucky Virginia _______ [can't read name]	farmer
     Essie E.	daughter	W F Dec 1876 23 S	Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee
     Nathan R.	son	W M Dec 1878 21 S	Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee		farm laborer
Henley, Susan	daughter	W F Mar 1872 28 Wd	Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee
     Nathan L.	G Son	W M Nov 1894 5 S	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky

1910 Census, Magisterial District No. 4 West (part), Simpson Co., KY, p. 18A
#237, #239
*Harris, N. D.	Head	M W 73 Wd	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky	Farming Home Farm	O F F 201
     Nathan R.	Son	M W 31 S	Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee	Farming Home Farm

1910 Census, Magisterial District No. 4 West (part), Simpson Co., KY, p. 18A
#240, #242
*Harris, J. N.	Head	M W 48 M1 23	Arkansas Kentucky Kentucky	Farming Home Farm	O F F 204
     Anna		Wife	F W 43 M1 23 9 9 Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee	None
     Vera		Daughter F W 21 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky	None
     Rayburn	Son	M W 18 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky	None
     Ruth		Daughter F W 16 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     Luther	Son	M W 14 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     Roy		Son	M W 12 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     *Maynard	Son	M W 10 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     Jimmie 	Son	M W 5 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     Nora		Daughter F W 3 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None

1920 Census, West Franklin District, Simpson Co., KY, p. 7A
#39, #139
*Harris, John	Head	M W 57 M	Arkansas Kentucky Kentucky	Farming General Farm
     Anna		Wife	F W 51 M	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky	None
     Luther	Son	M W 24 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	Laborer Home Farm
     Roy		Son	M W 22 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	Laborer Home Farm
     *Manard	Son	M W 19 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	Laborer Home Farm
     Jim		Son	M W 15 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None
     Nora		Daughter F W 13 S	Kentucky Arkansas Kentucky	None

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

Go to the Harris Surname DNA Study on FTDNA

For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #2.—DNA Kit #11874—Ysearch ID #R289A. This is for the line of James Richardson Harris (1812-1847) of Williamson County, Tennessee (Generation #2). He is presumed to be the son of an Unknown Harris male with a wife possibly named Margaret Richardson.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is BU75C. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for R289A

This kit’s paternal country of origin is listed as England. This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Mecklenburg Co., VA > Williamson Co., TN > Bourbon Co., KY > Mason Co., KY > St. Louis Co., MO > Benton Co., OR.

This kit is a 111-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with one variance in marker 33. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/11874.html is found here:

1 James Richardson Harris b: July 15, 1812 in Va d: September 28, 1847 in farm, Williamson, TN
.. +Rebecca L/S? Crowder b: May 25, 1810 in Va m: December 15, 1831 in Mecklenburg, Va d: March 21, 1851 in farm, nr Franklin, Williamson, TN
......... 2 Martha Sarah Harris b: in Va d: November 15, 1912 in Grandview, Johnson, TX
............. +Abner B Taylor b: April 08, 1835 in TN m: February 02, 1858 in Marshall, TN d: June 15, 1914 in Grandview, Johnson, TX
......... 2 Joseph H Harris b: May 25, 1832 in Va 
............. +Sarah Jane Carroll m: March 15, 1856 in Floyd, Va 
......... 2 Robert R Harris b: 1834 in Va 
......... 2 James Richardson Jr Harris b: February 06, 1836 in Va d: December 09, 1921
............. +Mary E [Minnie] Caldwell b: February 04, 1841 in TN m: October 02, 1866 in Maury, TN d: 1929
.................... 3 Alice Harris b: June 26, 1877 in TN 
........................ +Lemuel Sweeny b: January 10, 1867 in TN m: January 10, 1905 in Bellevue, TN d: June 21, 1940
......... 2 William M/W Harris b: Abt. 1840 in TN d: in Alamo, TN
......... 2 Reuben A Harris b: November 04, 1842 in TN d: August 24, 1897
............. +Frances Holt 
......... *2nd Wife of Reuben A Harris: 
............. +Pamela Elizabeth Mills m: July 01, 1867 in Memphis, Shelby, TN 
......... 2 John I Wilson Harris b: June 10, 1845 in Williamson, TN d: September 1933 in Wilmore, Jessamine, KY
............. +Harriet K Hutchison b: June 17, 1861 in Hutchison, Bourbon, KY m: May 20, 1880 in Meth Ch, Hutchison, Bourbon, KY d: July 25, 1936 in Wilmore, Jessamine, KY
.................... 3 Josephus Barnett I Harris b: January 30, 1881 in Hutchison, Bourbon, KY d: January 15, 1959 in Anaheim, Orange, CA
........................ +Margaret Blue 
.................... *2nd Wife of Josephus Barnett I Harris: 
........................ +Emily Jessup 
.................... *3rd Wife of Josephus Barnett I Harris: 
........................ +Ruth Parsons d: in CA
.................... *4th Wife of Josephus Barnett I Harris: 
........................ +Mary Rouse b: August 14, 1880 in Walton, Boone, Ky m: December 30, 1908 in Walton, Boone, Ky d: September 12, 1919 in Walton, Boone, Ky
.................... 3 Mattie Vaughn Harris b: January 04, 1884 in Percyville, KY d: January 28, 1981 in Georgetown, Scott, KY
........................ +Hiram McDowell [Harry] Evans b: in KY m: September 11, 1911 d: in KY
.................... 3 Martin Hutchison Harris b: October 21, 1886 in Sardis, Mason, KY d: August 12, 1988 in Corvallis, Benton, OR
........................ +Katherine Gertrude Watts b: May 08, 1886 in St Louis, St Louis, MO m: August 23, 1917 in Meth Ch, St Louis, St Louis, MO d: August 22, 1973 in Corvallis, Benton, OR
.................... 3 Matilda Miller [Tillie] Harris b: March 02, 1889 in Nepton, KY d: 1950 in Evanston, WY
........................ +Robert Clay McLean b: May 30, 1890 in Jupiter, NC m: June 30, 1915 in Hollywood, CA 
.................... 3 Mary Harris b: September 23, 1890 in Kiserton, KY d: May 10, 1969 in Wollaston, Quincy, MA
.................... 3 Harriet Peebles [Hattie] Harris b: December 01, 1894 in Kiserton, Bourbon, KY d: December 12, 1958 in Fairfield, Solano, CA
........................ +Benjamin Franklin Wolfe 
.................... 3 John Wilson II Harris b: October 14, 1897 in Petersburg, KY d: May 18, 1965 in Wilmington, DE
........................ +Jo Ann Unknown 
.................... *2nd Wife of John Wilson II Harris: 
........................ +Ruth Ann Miller b: November 07, 1905 in Easton, PA m: June 15, 1929 in Philadelphia, Phialdelphia, PA d: December 19, 1983 in Wichita Falls, TX
.................... 3 Marguerite Richardson Harris b: October 18, 1900 in Kiserton, Bourbon, KY d: June 18, 1997 in Wilmore, Jessamine, KY
........................ +V C Gillispie 
......... 2 Susan H/J? Harris b: 1846 in TN 
............. +N W Galloway m: May 01, 1871 in Fayette, TN d: in Fayette, TN

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 William {2-#11874} Harris b: BEF. 1710 d: JUN 1779
  + Judith __________ b: BEF. 1710 d: ABT. 1796
    2 James {2-#11874} Harris b: BEF. 1750 d: 1803
      + Martha __________ b: UNKNOWN d: OCT 1806
        3 James R. {2-#11874} Harris b: ABT. 1787 d: UNKNOWN
          + Rebecca Nolley b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
            4 James Richardson {2-#11874} Harris b: 15 JUL 1812 d: 28 SEP 1847
              + Rebecca L\S? Crowder b: 25 MAY 1810 d: 21 MAR 1851
                5 John I. Wilson {2-#11874} Harris b: 10 JUN 1845 d: SEP 1933
                  + Harriet K. "Hattie" Hutchison b: 17 JUN 1861 d: 25 JUL 1936
                    6 Martin Hutchison {2-#11874} Harris b: 21 OCT 1886 d: 12 AUG 1988
                      + Katherine Gertrude Watts b: 8 MAY 1886 d: 22 AUG 1973

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/11874.html; Records of Barbara P. Harris on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bharrish, accessed 10/1/2005; listings on Findagrave.com for John Wilson Harris, Harriet K. Hutchison Harris, Martin Hutchison Harris, and Katherine Gertrude Watts Harris.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, 13th Civil District, Williamson Co., TN
#564, #564
*Rebecca Harris	41 F			"
Robert Harris	16 M	Farmer		"
James Harris	14 M			"
Sarah Harris	12 F			"
William Harris	10 M			"
Reuben Harris	8 M			"
*John Harris	6 M			"
Susan Harris	4 F			Tennessee

1860 Census, Peytonsville, Williamson Co., TN, p. 89
#660, #629
J. Barnett	48 M	Farming	4500 re 20,000 pe	Tenn
Hulda Barnett	40 F					"
*J. W. Harris	15 M					"

1880 Census, Hutchison Station, Bourbon Co., KY, p. 12D
No #
*Harris, Jno. W.	W M 34		Preacher		Tennessee Virginia Va
     Hattie	W F 19	Wife	Keeps house	Kentucky Virginia Ky

1900 Census, Magisterial District 2, Petersburg, Boone Co., KY, p. 8B
#148, #153
*Harris, John W.	Head	M W June 1845 54 M 20		Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee	Preacher R H
     Hattie	Wife	F W June 1868 31 M 20 7 7	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
     Mattie	Daughter	F W Jan 1884 16 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky		At school
     *Martin	Son	M W Oct 1886 13 S		Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky		At school
     Tillie		Daughter	F W Mar 1888 12 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky		At school
     Mary		Daughter	F W Sep 1890 9 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky		At school
     Hattie	Daughter	F W Dec 1894 5 S	Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
     Wilson	Son	M W Oct 1897 2 S		Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky

1910 Census, Magisterial District 4, Fleming Co., KY, p. 18
#260, #289
*Harris, John W.	Head	M W 64 M1 30		Tennessee Virginia Virginia		Minister M. E. Church (South) R H
     Hattie	Wife	F W 48 M1 30 8 8	Kentucky Virginia Kentucky	
     Mattie	Daughter	F W 26 S	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky	At home
     Mary		Daughter	F W 19 S	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky
     Hattie	Daughter	F W 15 S	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky
     Wilson	Son	M W 12 S		Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky
     Marguerite	Daughter	F W 9 S		Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky

1920 Census, Corinth Precint, Grant Co., KY, p. 1
#1, #1
*Harris, John W.	Head		M W 74 M	Tennessee Virginia Tennessee	Clergyman Church
     Hattie	Wife		F W 58 M	Kentucky Kentucky Maryland	None
     Mary		Daughter	F W 27 S	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky	Teacher High School
     Mary F.	granddaughter	F W 6 S		Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky	None

1930 Census, Jessamine Co., KY, p. 7A
head 	*John W Harris 	M 	84 	Tennessee Virginia Virginia
wife 	Hattie Harris 	F 	68 	Kentucky Virginia Maryland
daughter  Margurite Harris F 	29 	Kentucky Tennessee Kentucky

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

Go to the Harris Surname DNA Study on FTDNA

For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #3.—DNA Kit #291278—Ysearch ID #32NJY. This is for the line of Nathan J. Harris (ca. 1851-ca. 1894) of Shepherdstown, Bullitt Co., Kentucky.

This is a 37-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with no variants. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 32NJY. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 32NJY

This family’s migration pattern is: Bullitt Co., KY > Pope Co., IL.

The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few details from other sources are added below.

1 Nathan J.{2-#61794-#291278} Harris b: ABT 1851 d: ABT 1894
  + Ella C. Murphy b: SEP 1854 d: AFT 1900

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/results.html.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1880 Census, Bay City, Jefferson Precinct, Pope Co., IL, p. 95B
#2, #2
*Harris, Nathan J.	W M 29		Farmer		Ky Ky Ky
     Ella C.	W F 24	Wife	Keeping house	Indiana NJ Indiana
     Wm. M.	W M 2	Son			Ills.
     Lula P.	W F 7/12	Daugh			"
     Nancy	W F 52				Ky Virginia Vir

1900 Census, Jefferson Precinct, Pope Co., IL, p. 2B
#40, #40
*Teitloff, Ella C.	Head	W F Sept 1854 46 Wd 8 5	Indiana New Jersey Indiana	Landlady	O F F
Harris, Edward	Son	W M Aug 1884 16 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     Nathan J.	Son	W M Dec 1886 13 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     Allen W.	Son	W M May 1889 11 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     Charles R.	Son	W M Aug 1893 7 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

Go to the Harris Surname DNA Study on FTDNA

For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #4.—DNA Kit #310971. This is for the line of Thomas Harris (ca. 1750-ca. 1796).

This is a 37-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with no variants. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few details from other sources are added below.

1 Thomas Harris {2-#310971} b: ABT. 1750 d: BEF. 4 JAN 1796
  + Sarah Hall b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
    2 Zedekiah Harris {2-#310971} b: ABT. 1775 d: 1825
      + Elizabeth Owen b: ABT. 1775 d: UNKNOWN
        3 John Wesley Harris {2-#310971} b: 27 OCT 1808 d: 24 AUG 1878
          + Elizabeth Jane Troutman b: 20 DEC 1815 d: 25 JUN 1865
            4 William Levi Harris {2-#310971} b: 10 DEC 1841 d: 17 MAY 1914
              + Rebecca Rouse b: UNKNOWN d: ABT 1906
                5 Adrian Lewis {2-#310971} Harris b: 16 NOV 1874 d: 9 APR 1945
                  + Mary Ella Ridgeway b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
                    6 Claude Lee {2-#310971} Harris b: 8 DEC 1898 d: UNKNOWN
                      + Anna Eulalie Hayden b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/results.html; Families of Daniel Joseph Wathen and Rhonda Kaye Patton on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kybarrelmom, accessed 11/23/2012; Records of Robert L. Alvey on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=bobcat2, accessed 7/10/2006; http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/r/Crystal-L-Warner/ODT2-0005.html.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Bullitt Co., KY
#53, #53
Household 	Gender 	Age 	Birthplace
	*John Harris 	M 	41 	Kentucky
	Elizabeth J Harris F 	37 	Kentucky
	Thos M Harris 	M 	14 	Kentucky
	*William L Harris M 	10 	Kentucky
	Mary A Harris 	F 	7 	Kentucky
	Henry F Harris 	M 	5 	Kentucky
	Jno W Harris 	M 	3 	Kentucky
	Levi Harris 	M 	18 	Kentucky  *possibly a nephew?

1860 Census, Mount Washington, Bullitt Co., Kentucky, p. 91-92
#688, #646
*John Harris	50 M	farmer		Kentucky
E. J. Harris	44 F			Kentucky
*W. L. Harris	18 M	farm laborer	Kentucky
Mary A. Harris	16 F			Kentucky
H. F. Harris	14 M			Kentucky
J. W. Harris	11 M			Kentucky
N. L. Harris	9 M			Kentucky
C. B. Harris	4 M			Kentucky
C. J. Harris	1 F			Kentucky

*Also family of Brenton Harris, age 38, is household #683, #641
Lewis Harris, age 52, family is household #686, #644
Wm. M. Harris, age 24, family is household #687, #645

1870 Census, Mount Washington, Bullitt Co., Kentucky, p. 18
#117, #116
*Harris, John	60 M W farmer 3920 re 8180 pe	Kentucky
     Annie M.	57 F W keeping house		Kentucky
     Nathan L. 	18 M W at home			Kentucky
     Chas. B.	15 M W at home			Kentucky
     Catharine 	10 F W at school			Kentucky
#118, #117
*Harris, Wm. L.	28 M W farmer 2800 re 1350 pe	Kentucky
     Rebecca	28 F W keeping house		Kentucky
     John E. 	4 M W				Kentucky
     Wm. S.	2 M W				Kentucky
     Anderson 	6/12 M W			Kentucky
Roby, John	23 M W farm laborer		Kentucky
Watson, Martha	23 F B dom servt			Kentucky
     Mollie	4 F B				Kentucky

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

Go to the Harris Surname DNA Study on FTDNA

For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #5.—DNA Kit #B87925. This is for an unknown Harris line.

The submitter of this kit has joined the Harris DNA Project because his DNA matches others of Harris Group 2; however the submitter is adopted and does not know the connection to the Harrises.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with one variance in marker 46. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few details are added below.

1 Kit submitter {2-#B87925} b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN

(Source: http://harrisdna.org/results.html.)

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

Go to the Harris Surname DNA Study on FTDNA

For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #6.—DNA Kit #68776—Ysearch ID #JXPE7. This is for the line of Jacob Taylor (ca. 1805-????) of Virginia. He is believed to be the grandfather of Pittman V. Taylor (1876-1964) of Mississippi and Texas.

The submitter of this kit has joined the Harris DNA Project because his DNA matches others of Harris Group 2; however, he appears to have no Harrises or Harris associations in his lineage, so there appears to not be any Harris DNA connection. This kit also closely matches DNA markers of other surnames, such as Cook, Raver, Barrett, Kile, Bright, etc. It seems odd, but as far as I can determine, this submitter has not joined the Taylor DNA Project. That seems to be the more likely group for him to join.

This kit’s paternal country of origin is listed as Lithuania, although the Taylor line appears to be English in origin. Audrey (Shulmistras) Taylor’s parents were both born in Lithuania is where the country of origin comes in at, but that is not the strict paternal line. This family’s migration pattern is: Alabama > Perry Co., MS > Forrest Co., MS > Cook Co., IL > Dallas Co., TX.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is JXPE7. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for JXPE7

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with one variance at marker 55, but the surname is different. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. To see the lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter, go to this site: http://www.ysearch.org/gedcom_show.asp?uid=JXPE7&viewuid=JXPE7. A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Jacob {2-#68776} Taylor b: ABT 1805 d: UNKNOWN
  + ? b:UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
    2 __________ {2-#68776} Taylor b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
      + ? b:UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
        3 Pittman V. {2-#68776} Taylor b: 22 OCT 1876 d: NOV 1964
          + Sydney Monasco b: ABT 1890 d: UNKNOWN
            4 Andrew Jackson {2-#68776} Taylor b: 24 MAY 1909 d: 12 AUG 1978
              + Audrey Martha Shulmistras b: 8 JAN 1913 d: 27 OCT 1992

(Source: 2XPE7 pedigree chart: http://www.ysearch.org/gedcom_show.asp?uid=JXPE7&viewuid=JXPE7; Ysearch for JXPE7: http://www.ysearch.org/search_view.asp?uid=JXPE7&viewuid=JXPE7&p=1.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

Cannot locate Pitman  or V. P. Taylor in 1880 Census or earlier.

The 1900 census for Perry Co., Ms, page 215 shows a name that is indexed Thomas Taylor and his wife Rosa or Rosie. My copy is not very clear for either name. He has a sister, Mamie, 19, living with him. Mamie G. Taylor married J. J. Moore on May 19, 1908 and V. P. Taylor married Sidney Manasco on December 10, 1905, both marriages in Perry Co., MS.

1900 Census, Perry Co., MS, Beat 5, p. 215
#440, #452
Taylor, Thomas	head	W M Feb1872 28 M 2	Alabama Mississippi Alabama	[can't read occupation]
     Rosie L.	wife	W F July 1876? 24? M 2 1 0	Alabama (?) Mississippi Mississippi
     Mamie	sister	W F Dec 1880 19 S		Alabama Mississippi Alabama
*Thomas is probably a brother of V. P. Taylor.
Cannot locate Pitman  or V. P. Taylor in 1900 Census.

In 1910 Perry Co., MS, page 289, he is listed as Pitman V. Taylor 33 with Sidney, 20 and sons Pitman, 3 and an unnamed son, age 1. They are living in the same household with his sister, Mamie, who has married James J. Moore. They too have an unnamed son.

1910 Census, Perry Co., MS, Beat 3, p. 166B
#75, #78
More, James	head		M W 31 M1 2	Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee	log scaler
     Mamie	wife		F W 27 M1 2 1 1	Alabama Mississippi Alabama	none
     not named	son		M W 8/12 S	Mississippi Tennessee Alabama	none
*Taylor, Pitman V.	brother in law	M W 33 M1 4	Alabama Mississippi Alabama	engineer	railroad
     Sidney	sister in law	F W 20 M1 4 2 2	Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi	none
     Pitman	nephew		M W 3 S		Mississippi Alabama Mississippi	none
     *not named[Andrew]	nephew	M W 1 S		Mississippi Alabama Mississippi	none

In 1920, the Taylors are living in Jones Co., MS, page 17A. He is listed as V. P. Taylor, 41, Sydney 30, Pitman 13, Andrew 10, J. C. 8, (I think it says) ?irine 6 and Ruben 6/12.

1920 Census, Jones Co., MS, Beat 4, sheet 17A
#271, #279
*Taylor, V. P.	head	M W 41 M	Alabama Virginia Virginia		farmer general farm
     Sydney	wife	F W 30 M	Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi	none
     Pitman	son	M W 13 S	Mississippi Mississippi Alabama	none
     *Andrew	son	M W 10 S	Mississippi Mississippi Alabama	none
     J. C.		son	M W 8 S	Mississippi Mississippi Alabama	none
     Irene		dau	F W 6 S		Mississippi Mississippi Alabama	none
     Ruben	son	M W 1 6/12 S	Mississippi Mississippi Alabama	none

Finally in 1930, Jones Co., MS page 8B, we find George P. Taylor 24 and wife Mary E, 28 with George M. son 3 2/12, Virgil P, son 7/12, Rubin, brother 11, Adolphus, brother 10 and Delorian, sister 2.
*This appears to be the same as Pitman Taylor, the oldest son listed in the 1920 Census, along with his wife, kids, and some siblings.

1930 Census, Beat 4, Jones Co., MS, p. 8B
#153
	Household	Gender	Age
  	George P Taylor 	M 	24	Head	Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi
Spouse 	Mary E Taylor 	F 	28	Wife	Mississippi Louisiana Mississippi
Child 	George M Taylor M 	3	Son	Mississippi Mississipi Mississippi
Child 	Virgil P Taylor 	M 	0	Son	Mississippi Mississipi Mississippi
	Rubin Taylor 	M 	11	Brother	Mississippi Mississipi Mississippi
	Arislpher Taylor 	M 	10	Brother	Mississippi Mississipi Mississippi
	Delorian Taylor 	F 	2	Sister	Mississippi Mississipi Mississippi

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Lineage #7.—DNA Kit #80446—Ysearch ID #BU75C. This is for the line of John Hodges Harris (1837-1898). He is a grandson of Benjamin Harris (1775-1848) of Sullivan County, Indiana shown here.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is BU75C. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for BU75C

This kit’s paternal country of origin is listed as England. This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Butler Co., OH > Vigo Co., IN > Sullivan Co., IN > Shelby Co., KY > Sullivan Co., IN.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2, with one variance at marker 57. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/80446.html is found here:

Name: Benjamin HARRIS
Sex: Male

Individual Facts
Birth 16 Dec 1775 in Butler Co., OH (this is wrong but it is family tradition)
Death 8 Jun 1848 in Fairbanks, IN, Sullivan Co.
Burial in Fairbanks cemetary

Marriages/Children
1. Mary PADDOCK
    Children Louisa HARRIS
    Sarah HARRIS
    Susan HARRIS
    Agnes HARRIS (born 1802)
    Kessiah HARRIS (born 1804)
    John HARRIS (born 1805)
    Anna HARRIS (born 9 Sep 1806)
    Jacob HARRIS (born 29 Sep 1808)
    Benjamin HARRIS (born 1810)
    Joel HARRIS (born 17 Jan 1818)
    William Harvey HARRIS (born 18 Sep 1825)
    Tyra HARRIS (born 21 Jun 1826)

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Benjamin {2-#10992-#32384-#80446} Harris b: 16 DEC 1775 d: 8 JUN 1848
  + Mary Paddock b: 1778 d: BET. 1828 - 1830
    2 Benjamin {2-#10992-#32384-#80446} Harris, Jr. b: 1810 d: 22 NOV 1855
      + Mary "Polly" Siner b: 23 FEB 1814 d: 28 OCT 1880
        3 John Hodges {2-#80446} Harris b: 7 MAY 1837 d: 14 MAY 1898
          + Cynthia Ann Anderson b: 12 JUN 1842 d: 7 AUG 1878
            4 Edward Westley {2-#80446} Harris b: 28 MAR 1867 d: 1 FEB 1935
              + Alymra May b: 13 FEB 1869 d: 9 SEP 1924
                5 Oral Otto {2-#80446} Harris b: 24 SEP 1894 d: 29 SEP 1951
                  + Sylvia Hazel McKinney b: 20 APR 1894 d: 25 MAR 1968

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/80446.html; http://www.familytreedna.com/(bsteve55gesjzk45hrdytqj5)/ftGedcomView.aspx?kn=80446&type=y; INDIANA STALCUP & MYERS ANCESTORS on Rootsweb’s WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sjstalcup, accessed 6/19/2012; Our Family History: http://www.feldmanfamily.ws/genroot/index.php, accessed 9/1/2010.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 289B
#277, #277
*Benjamin Harris	38 M Farmer	300 re	Ohio
Mary "		38 F			Ky
Angelina "	16 F			Ind.
*John "		13 M			Ind.
James H. "	10 M			Ind.
Isaac "		7 M			Ind.
Josiah "		5 M			Ind.
Nelson "		2 M			Ind.

1860 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 986
#713, #713
*Mary Harris	46 F	1000 re 260 pe	Kentucky
Isaiah	"	17 M	farmer		Indiana
Josiah	"	14 M			"
Nelson	"	12 M			"
Mary J	."	9 F			"
#714, #714
Lucetta Harris	38 F	2800 re 550 pe	Kentucky
William R.  "	18 M	farmer		Indiana
James C.	"	16 M		"
Clinton	"	12 M			"
Mary A.	"	10 F			"
Andrew J. "	5 M			"

1860 Census, Hamilton Twp., Sullivan Co., IN.
#526, #526
*Harris, John	23 M	farmer		300 pe	Indiana
     Cinthia A.	17 F				do
     James H.	20 M	farm laborer	100 pe	do

1870 Census, Pickaway Twp., Shelby Co., IL, p. 2
#13, #13
*Harris, John	33 M W	_________ 500 pe	Indiana
     Cinthia	25 F W	Keeping house	Indiana
     Benjamin	9 M W			Indiana
     Robert		7 M W		Indiana
     James		6 M W		Indiana
     *Eddy		3 M W		Indiana
     Mary		3/12 F W	Illinois

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Lineage #8.—DNA Kit #361252. This is for the line of Mace Harris (abt. 1781-aft. 1828). He is reported to be the son of John Harris (1741-1824) and Mary Diuguid of Buckingham County, Virginia.

This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Prince Edward Co., VA > Buckingham Co., VA > Person Co., NC > Halifax Co., NC.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2, with no variances. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few details from other sources are added below.

1 John Harris , Sr. b: 1741 d: 23 NOV 1824
  + Mary Diuguid b: ABT. 1746 d: 8 APR 1833
    2 *Mace {2-#361252} Harris b: BET. 1780 - 1782 d: AFT. 1828
      + Elizabeth "Betsy" Diuguid b: ABT. 1787 d: 18 APR 1852
        3 Burgrub Diuguid {2-#361252} Harris b: 8 NOV 1808 d: 7 MAR 1881
          + Martha Jane Pugh b: 24 MAR 1813 d: 22 JUN 1880
            4 William Alonzo {2-#361252} Harris b: 15 JUN 1832 d: 22 OCT 1906
              + Jacobina Eunice "Binnie" Pleasant b: 24 DEC 1831 d: 21 NOV 1893
                5 William Oscar Pugh {2-#361252} Harris b: 17 AUG 1862 d: 22 MAR 1908
                  + Ester Alston b: 1 MAY 1881 d: 15 SEP 1935
                    6 Landis {2-#361252} Harris , Sr. b: 15 OCT 1899 d: 27 AUG 1964
                      + Lucy Shearin b: 18 JUL 1901 d: 1 JUL 1959

(Source: The Harris Family of Prince Edward Co Va- 1993; Records of Ronald Coleman on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3134031, accessed 9/24/2010; White and Allied Families of North Georgia: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=white_of_ga_ orig, accessed 10/11/2010; listings on Findagrave.com for William Alonzo Harris, Jacobina Pleasant Harris; William Oscar Pugh Harris, Landis Harris, Sr., and Lucy Shearin Harris.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Halifax Co., VA, p.
#746
*Burgrable D, Harris 	M 	42 	Virginia
Martha J. Harris 		F 	37 	Virginia
*William Harris 		M 	19 	Virginia
John Harris 		M 	17 	Virginia
Ann Harris 		F 	14 	Virginia
Ellen Harris 		F 	13 	Virginia
Frances Harris 		M 	10 	Virginia
Burroughs Harris 	M 	8 	Virginia
Charles Harris 		M 	4 	Virginia
Burgrubb Harris 		M 	1 	Virginia


1860 Census, Oak Hill, Goshen District, Granville Co., NC, p. 28
#204, #200
*B. D. Harris	51 M W	Farmer	1600 re 800 pe	Va	
Martha "		48 F W				"
Ann "		24 F W				"
Charles "	14 M W				"
Francis "	12 M W				"
Mary "		8 F W				NC

1870 Census, Flat River Township, Person Co., NC, p. 4
#30, #30
*Harris, Burgrue D. 61 M W	Farmer		Virginia
     Martha J.	57 F W		Keeping house	"
     Francis D.	20 M W		Farm labourer	N. Carolina
     Mary S.	18 F W		At home		"

1870 Census, Granville Co., NC, p.
#189, #172
*Harris, Wm.	38 M W	Farmer		300 pe	Virginia
     Jacobine	38 F W	Keeps house		North Carolina
     Hulen Thomas	16 M W	Works on farm		"
     Martha	12 F W	At home			"
     Francis	10 M W	"			"	
     *Willie		7 M W				"
     James		4 M W				"
     Carrie		1 F W				"
#189, #173
     Charles	22 M W Farmer			"

1880 Census, Bushy Fork District, Person Co., NC, p. 26B
#211, #14
Harris, John E.	W M 46 		Farming			Virginia Va Va
     U. F.		W F 36 Wife				North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     Lucia D.	W F 20 Daughter	at school			North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     Sallie F.	W F 9 Daughter	at school			North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     Nat D.	W M 7 Son	at school			North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     Charles L.	W M 5 Son				North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     Ada L.	W F 2 Daughter				North Carolina N.C. N.C.
     *B. D.	W M 70 Father	Paralyzed		Virginia Va Va
     Martha J.	W F 67 Mother	Consumption		Virginia Va Va
Villnius, Emily S.W F 65 Aunt				North Carolina N.C. N.C
Bradshaw, E. W.	W M 22 Laborer	Laborer			North Carolina N.C. N.C
Villnius, Jacky	B F 46 Servant	Servant			North Carolina N.C. N.C
Villnius, Jane	B F 17 Servant	Servant			North Carolina N.C. N.C
Villnius, Richard	B M 13 Laborer	Laborer			North Carolina N.C. N.C

1880 Census, Palmer Springs District, Mecklenburg Co., VA, p. 32D
#286, #288
*Harris, W. A.	W M 49		Farmer		Va Va Va
     Jackobina	W F 49	Wife	Keeping house	NCa NCa NCa
     Martha A.	W F 21	Daughter at home		NCa Va NCa
     Francis J.	W M 20	Son	Laborer on farm	NCa Va NCa
     *W. B. P.	W M 17	Son	Laborer on farm	NCa Va NCa
     James T.	W M 14	Son	at school		NCa Va NCa
     Cara B.	W F 10	Daughter at school	NCa Va NCa
     Charles B.	W M 9	Son			NCa Va NCa
Hargrove, Lilly	B F 12	Servant	Servant		Va NCa NCa
Rainy, John	B M 25	Laborer	Laborer on farm	Va Va Va
Scott, Daniel	B M 22	Laborer	Laborer on farm	Va Va Va

1920 Census, Halifax, Halifax Co., NC, p. 9B
#166, #176
*Hayes, Ester	Head	F Mu 40 M	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farmer General Farming
     Hubert	Son	M Mu 12 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None
     James R.	Son	M Mu 9 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None
     Liller S.	Daughter F Mu 8 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None
*Harris, Landis	Son	M Mu 20 M	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Laborer farm Working out
     Percy	D.	Son	M Mu 17 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Laborer farm Working out
     Gertrude	Daughter F Mu 14 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None
     Ertie		Daughter F Mu 14 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None
     Lucy		Daughter-in-law F Mu 18 M North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	None

1930 Census, Faucett, Halifax Co., NC, p. 10B
#176
*Landis Harris 	Head 	M Negro		30 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Lucy Harris 	Wife 	F Negro		28 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Lillian Harris 	Daughter 	F Negro		9 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Cleveland Harris 	Son 	M Negro		8 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Mary L Harris 	Daughter 	F Negro		7 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Landis Harris Jr. 	Son 	M Negro		6 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Reba Harris 	Daughter 	F Negro		5 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Odis Harris 	Son 	M Negro		3 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
Theodore R Harris Son 	M Negro		0 	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina

1940 Census, Halifax Twp., Halifax Co., NC, p. 6A
#82
*Harris, Landis	Head	M Neg 40 M No 4	North Carolina	same place	Farmer Farming
     Lucy		Wife	F Neg 38 M No 5		North Carolina
     Cleveland	Son	M Neg 18 S No 2 H	North Carolina			Laborer Farm
     Landis Jr.	Son	M Neg 16 S No 1 H	North Carolina			Laborer Farm
     Rebie M.	Daughter F Neg 14 S Yes 7	North Carolina
     James O.	Son	M Neg 13 S Yes 5	North Carolina
     Theodore R.	Son	M Neg 11 S Yes 1	North Carolina
     Charlie D.	Son	M Neg 9 S Yes 1		North Carolina
     T. Milton	Son	M Neg 6 S No 		North Carolina
     Percy D.	Son	M Neg 4 S No 		North Carolina
     Edward E.	Son	M Neg 2 S No		North Carolina
     Gertrude L. H.	Daughter F Neg 1/12 S No		North Carolina
Branch, Lillian	Daughter F Neg 19 M No 2 H	North Carolina
     Will R.	Grandson M Neg 2 S No		North Carolina
     Louise	Granddaughter F Neg 1 S No	North Carolina

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Lineage #9.—DNA Kit #123321. This is for the line of Asa P. Harris (ca. 1807-aft. 1860) of Granville Co., NC.

This kit has also done the Family Finder test. This family’s migration pattern is: Granville Co., NC > Richmond, Henrico Co., VA.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2, with no variances. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/123321.html is found here:

Asa P. Harris b. 1807, Fishing Creek Township, Granville, NC
    +Mary K. Blackley b. 1809, Fishing Creek Township, Granville, NC
Alexander Harris b. 1834, Fishing Creek Township, Granville, NC
    +Lucy Ann Garrett b. 1852, Kittrell Township, Granville, NC
Henry T. Harris b. Nov 1877 d. May 9, 1915, NC
    +Elnora (Ella) Marshall b. Oct 1880 Richmond, VA
Marshall Thurston Harris b. July 2, 1906 Richmond, VA d. Oct 8, 1959 Richmond, VA
    +Margaret Josephine Fagan b. Nov. 15, 1906 Richmond, VA d. Mar 29, 1994 Richmod, VA

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Asa P. {2-#123321} Harris b: ABT. 1807 d: AFT. 1860
  + Mary K. "Polly" Blackley b: ABT. 1809 d: AFT. 1860
    2 Alexander "Sandy" {2-#123321} Harris b: SEP 1833 d: AFT. 1900
      + Mary K. Weaver b: UNKNOWN d: BEF. 1871
        3 Henry T. {2-#123321} Harris b: NOV 1877 d: 9 MAY 1915
          + Elnora "Ella" Marshall b: OCT 1880 d: AFT. 1930
            4 Marshall Thurston {2-#123321} Harris b: 2 JUL 1906 d: 8 OCT 1959
              + Margaret Josephine Fagan b: 15 NOV 1906 d: 29 MAR 1994

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/123321.html; Records of Jesse Macon Lawrence on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jmljr, accessed 9/1/2008.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1860 Census, Fair Port, Fishing Creek District, Granville Co., NC, p. 82
#521, #521
*Asa Harris	51 M	[Farmer]	NC
     Polly		48 F		"
     *Alexander	25 M		"
     Mary		22 F		"
     Wesly		1 M		"

1880 Census, Fishing Creek Twp., Granville Co., NC, p. 9
#82, #82
*Harris, Sandy	W M 46		Farmer		NC NC NC
     Lucy		W F 27 Wife	Keeping house	NC NC NC
     Wesley	W M 20 Son	Work on farm	NC NC NC
     Julia		W F 17 Daughter			NC NC NC
     Charles	W M 12 Son			NC NC NC
     *Henry	W M 6 Son			NC NC NC
     Lonny	W M 4 Son			NC NC NC
     Lewis	W M 1 Son			NC NC NC

1900 Census, Freeman Twp., Franklin Co., NC, p. 125B
#154, #155
*Harris, Sandy	Head	W M Sept 1833 66 M 29		North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farmer
     Lucy		Wife	W F Sept 1853 46 M 29 9 6	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
     Lonnie	Son	W M Dec 1876 23 S		North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farm laborer
     Annie	Daughter	W F July 1881 18 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farm laborer
     James	Son	W M June 1887 12 S		North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farm laborer
     Fannie	Daughter	W F Apr 1890 10 S	North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina	Farm laborer
     Ollie		Son	W M June 1891 8 S		North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina

1920 Census, Richmond, Henrico Co., VA, p. 24
2210 Variable Street
#389, #391
Marshall, Thomas	Head	O F	M W 64 M	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Boiler maker	_____
     Anna		Wife			F W 58 M	Virginia Virginia Virginia	none
     Vera		Daughter 		F W 33 F	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Stenograph	farmer
     Orvert	Son			M W 26 S	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Bookkeeper	_____
     Alma		Daughter		F W 19 S	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Stenography	_____
*Harris, Elly	Daughter		F W 39 S	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Cashier	Department store
     *Thurston	Grandson		M W 13 S	Virginia Virginia Virginia	none

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Lineage #10.—DNA Kit #10992—Ysearch ID #2XPHH. This is for the line of Josiah Monroe Harris (1845-1926). He is a grandson of Benjamin Harris (1775-1848) of Sullivan County, Indiana shown here.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 2XPHH. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 2XPHH

This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Buter Co., OH > Vigo Co., IN > Sullivan Co., IN > Adair Co., MO > Moultrie Co., IL.

This kit is a 111-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with no variances. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/10992.html is found here:

Benjamin Harris b: Dec. 16, 1775 in Ky/Va d: June 08, 1848 in Sullivan County Indiana
Benjamin Harris Jr. b: 1810 in Butler County Ohio d: Nov. 22, 1855 in Sullivan Co. In.
Josiah Monroe Harris b: Sep. 06, 1845 in Sullivan Co. In. d: Sep. 21, 1926 in Ripley Co. Mo.
Emerson Floyd Harris b: Dec. 18, 1873 in Indiana d: April 15, 1922 in Kirksville, Il.
Floyd Lavere Harris b: Feb. 06, 1907 in Adair Co. Mo. d: Sep. 06, 1989 in Champaign, Il. 

Also this user has posted a pedigree chart. A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Benjamin {2} Harris b: 16 DEC 1775 d: 8 JUN 1848
  + Mary Paddock b: 1778 d: BET. 1828 - 1830
    2 Benjamin {2} Harris , Jr. b: 1810 d: 22 NOV 1855
      + Mary "Polly" Siner b: 23 FEB 1814 d: 28 OCT 1880
        3 Josiah Monroe {2-#10992-#196691} Harris b: 6 SEP 1845 d: 21 SEP 1926
          + Elizabeth L. Shannon b: 12 SEP 1853 d: 24 AUG 1903
            4 Emerson Floyd {2-#10992-#196691} Harris b: 18 DEC 1873 d: 15 APR 1922
              + Nellie Madge Friend b: 25 MAY 1882 d: 4 FEB 1948
                5 Floyd Lavere {2-#10992-#196691> Harris b: 6 FEB 1907 d: 6 SEP 1989

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/10992.html; 2XPHH pedigree chart: http://www.ysearch.org/gedcom_show.asp?uid=2XPHH&viewuid=2XPHH; Ysearch for 2XPHH: http://www.ysearch.org/search_view.asp?uid=2XPHH&viewuid=2XPHH&p=0; Floyd L. Harris obituary in Champaign (IL) NEWS-GAZETTE, September 7, 1989, p. D-2 & NEWS-GAZETTE, September 8, 1989, p. C-3; Matthew D. Friend's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=friends1995, accessed 5/15/2006; INDIANA STALCUP & MYERS ANCESTORS on Rootsweb’s WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sjstalcup, accessed 6/19/2012; Our Family History: http://www.feldmanfamily.ws/genroot/index.php, accessed 9/1/2010.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 289B
#277, #277
*Benjamin Harris	38 M Farmer	300 re	Ohio
Mary "		38 F			Ky
Angelina "	16 F			Ind.
John "		13 M			Ind.
James H. "	10 M			Ind.
Isaac "		7 M			Ind.
*Josiah "	5 M			Ind.
Nelson "		2 M			Ind.

1860 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 986:
#713, #713
*Mary Harris	46 F	1000 re 260 pe	Kentucky
Isaiah	"	17 M	farmer		Indiana
*Josiah	"	14 M			"
Nelson	"	12 M			"
Mary J	."	9 F			"
#714, #714
Lucetta Harris	38 F	2800 re 550 pe	Kentucky
William R.  "	18 M	farmer		Indiana
James C.	"	16 M			"
Clinton	"	12 M			"
Mary A.	"	10 F			"
Andrew J. "	5 M			"

1880 Census, Moultrie, Sullivan Co., IN, p. 444C:
Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
*Joseph HARRIS   Self   M   Male   W   34   IN   Farmer   IN   KY
Elizabeth HARRIS   Wife   M   Female   W   26   IN   House Keeping IN   IN
Florance HARRIS   Dau   S   Female   W   8   IN      IN   IN
*Emerson HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   6   IN      IN   IN
Lauson HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   4   IN      IN   IN
William HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   3   IL      IN   IN

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Lineage #11—DNA Kit #196691. This is for the line of Josiah Monroe Harris (1845-1926). He is a grandson of Benjamin Harris (1775-1848) of Sullivan County, Indiana shown here.

This kit submitter is the son of the kit submitter for Kit #10992. This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 2XPHH. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 2XPHH

This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Buter Co., OH > Vigo Co., IN > Sullivan Co., IN > Adair Co., MO > Moultrie Co., IL.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with no variances. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter’s father at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/10992.html is found here:

Benjamin Harris b: Dec. 16, 1775 in Ky/Va d: June 08, 1848 in Sullivan County Indiana
Benjamin Harris Jr. b: 1810 in Butler County Ohio d: Nov. 22, 1855 in Sullivan Co. In.
Josiah Monroe Harris b: Sep. 06, 1845 in Sullivan Co. In. d: Sep. 21, 1926 in Ripley Co. Mo.
Emerson Floyd Harris b: Dec. 18, 1873 in Indiana d: April 15, 1922 in Kirksville, Il.
Floyd Lavere Harris b: Feb. 06, 1907 in Adair Co. Mo. d: Sep. 06, 1989 in Champaign, Il. 

Also this user’s father has posted a pedigree chart. A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Benjamin {2} Harris b: 16 DEC 1775 d: 8 JUN 1848
  + Mary Paddock b: 1778 d: BET. 1828 - 1830
    2 Benjamin {2} Harris , Jr. b: 1810 d: 22 NOV 1855
      + Mary "Polly" Siner b: 23 FEB 1814 d: 28 OCT 1880
        3 Josiah Monroe {2-#10992-#196691} Harris b: 6 SEP 1845 d: 21 SEP 1926
          + Elizabeth L. Shannon b: 12 SEP 1853 d: 24 AUG 1903
            4 Emerson Floyd {2-#10992-#196691} Harris b: 18 DEC 1873 d: 15 APR 1922
              + Nellie Madge Friend b: 25 MAY 1882 d: 4 FEB 1948
                5 Floyd Lavere {2-#10992-#196691> Harris b: 6 FEB 1907 d: 6 SEP 1989

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/10992.html; 2XPHH pedigree chart: http://www.ysearch.org/gedcom_show.asp?uid=2XPHH&viewuid=2XPHH; Ysearch for 2XPHH: http://www.ysearch.org/search_view.asp?uid=2XPHH&viewuid=2XPHH&p=0; Floyd L. Harris obituary in Champaign (IL) NEWS-GAZETTE, September 7, 1989, p. D-2 & NEWS-GAZETTE, September 8, 1989, p. C-3; Matthew D. Friend's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=friends1995, accessed 5/15/2006; INDIANA STALCUP & MYERS ANCESTORS on Rootsweb’s WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sjstalcup, accessed 6/19/2012; Our Family History: http://www.feldmanfamily.ws/genroot/index.php, accessed 9/1/2010.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1860 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 986:
#713, #713
*Mary Harris	46 F	1000 re 260 pe	Kentucky
Isaiah	"	17 M	farmer		Indiana
Josiah	"	14 M			"
Nelson	"	12 M			"
Mary J	."	9 F			"
#714, #714
Lucetta Harris	38 F	2800 re 550 pe	Kentucky
William R.  "	18 M	farmer		Indiana
James C. "	16 M			"
Clinton	"	12 M			"
Mary A.	"	10 F			"
Andrew J. "	5 M			"

1880 Census, Moultrie, Sullivan Co., IN, p. 444C:
Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
*Joseph HARRIS   Self   M   Male   W   34   IN   Farmer   IN   KY
Elizabeth HARRIS   Wife   M   Female   W   26   IN   House Keeping IN   IN
Florance HARRIS   Dau   S   Female   W   8   IN      IN   IN
*Emerson HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   6   IN      IN   IN
Lauson HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   4   IN      IN   IN
William HARRIS   Son   S   Male   W   3   IL      IN   IN

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #12.—DNA Kit #61794—Ysearch ID #4GSZW. This is for the line of Nathan J. Harris (1851-aft. 1893) of Pope Co., IL (Generation #2).

He is the son of an Unknown Harris and wife Nancy.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 4GSZW. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 4GSZW

This family’s migration pattern is: Kentucky > Bullitt Co., KY > Pope Co., IL.

This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2, with one variance at marker 58. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/61794.html is found here:

Nathan Harris b 1851,Shepardsville,Ky.
Allen West Harris b1889 Bay City Ill.

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 [Unknown] {2-#61794} Harris b: ABT. 1828 d: BEF. 1880
  + Nancy __________ b: ABT. 1828 d: AFT. 1880
    2 Nathan J. {2-#61794} Harris b: ABT. 1851 d: AFT. 1893
      + Ella C. Murphy b: ABT. 1855 d: AFT. 1900
        3 Allen West {2-#61794} Harris b: 26 MAY 1889 d: UNKNOWN

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/61794.html; Bullitt County, Kentucky Genweb: http://www.rootsweb.com/~kybullit/bcqnh.htm, accessed 7/10/2006; Records of Robert L. Alvey on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=bobcat2, accessed 7/10/2006.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1880 Census, Bay City, Jefferson Precinct, Pope Co., IL, p. 95B
#2, #2
*Harris, Nathan J.	W M 29		Farmer		Ky Ky Ky
     Ella C.	W F 24	Wife	Keeping house	Indiana NJ Indiana
     Wm. M.	W M 2	Son			Ills.
     Lula P.	W F 7/12 Daugh			"
     Nancy	W F 52				Ky Virginia Vir

1900 Census, Jefferson Precinct, Pope Co., IL, p. 2B
#40, #40
*Teitloff, Ella C.	Head	W F Sept 1854 46 Wd 8 5	Indiana New Jersey Indiana	Landlady	O F F
Harris, Edward	Son	W M Aug 1884 16 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     Nathan J.	Son	W M Dec 1886 13 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     *Allen W.	Son	W M May 1889 11 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana	At School
     Charles R.	Son	W M Aug 1893 7 S	Illinois Kentucky Indiana

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #13.—DNA Kit #32384. This is for the line of Nelson Harris (1848-1914). He is a grandson of Benjamin Harris (1775-1848) of Sullivan County, Indiana shown here.

This kit’s paternal country of origin is listed as Scotland. This family’s migration pattern is: Virginia > Butler Co., OH > Vigo Co., IN > Sullivan Co., IN > Shelby Co., IL > St. Louis Co., MN.

This kit is a 37-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2, with one variance at marker 26. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/32384.html is found here:

Benjamin Harris, b. Dec 16,1775, Colonial Virginia, d. June 8, 1848 in Sullivan County, IN.
Benjamin 2 Harris b. 1810
Nelson Harris b. 1849
Carl 1 Harris b. 1887

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Benjamin {2-#10992-#32384-#80446} Harris b: 16 DEC 1775 d: 8 JUN 1848
  + Mary Paddock b: 1778 d: BET. 1828 - 1830
    2 Benjamin {2-#10992-#32384-#80446} Harris, Jr. b: 1810 d: 22 NOV 1855
      + Mary "Polly" Siner b: 23 FEB 1814 d: 28 OCT 1880
        3 Nelson {2-#32384} Harris b: 16 JAN 1848 d: 14 MAY 1914
          + Margaret Ellen Gordon b: 6 SEP 1849 d: 18 NOV 1926
            4 Carl Nathaniel {2-#32384} Harris b: 22 OCT 1887 d: 10 SEP 1957
              + Doris Munro b: 20 AUG 1900 d: 27 SEP 1997

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/32384.html; INDIANA STALCUP & MYERS ANCESTORS on Rootsweb’s WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sjstalcup, accessed 6/19/2012; Our Family History: http://www.feldmanfamily.ws/genroot/index.php, accessed 9/1/2010.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1850 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 289B
#277, #277
*Benjamin Harris	38 M Farmer	300 re	Ohio
Mary "		38 F			Ky
Angelina "	16 F			Ind.
John "		13 M			Ind.
James H. "	10 M			Ind.
Isaac "		7 M			Ind.
Josiah "		5 M			Ind.
*Nelson "	2 M			Ind.

1860 Census, Fairbanks Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 986
#713, #713
*Mary Harris	46 F	1000 re 260 pe	Kentucky
Isaiah	"	17 M	farmer		Indiana
Josiah	"	14 M			"
*Nelson	"	12 M			"
Mary J	."	9 F			"
#714, #714
Lucetta Harris	38 F	2800 re 550 pe	Kentucky
William R.  "	18 M	farmer		Indiana
James C.	"	16 M		"
Clinton	"	12 M			"
Mary A.	"	10 F			"
Andrew J. "	5 M			"

1880 Census, Shelby Co., IL, p. 12D
#96, #98
*Harris, Nelson	W M 32 	Farmer		Indiana Indiana Kentucky
     Margaret	W F 30	wife	Keeping House	Indiana Ohio Ohio
     Herschell	W M 3	son			Illinois Indiana Indiana
     Gracie	W F 1	dau			Illinois Indiana Indiana
Smith, Russell	W M 26	Farmer		Illinois Kentucky Indiana
     Mary F.	W F 23 	wife	Keeping House	Indiana Maryland Indiana

1900 Census, Assumption Twp., Assumption Village, Christian Co., IL, p. 10B
#227, #232
*Harris, Nelson	Head	W M Jan 1848 52 M 24	Indiana Unknown Virginia
     Margaret E.	Wife	W F Sept 1849 50 M 24 8 8	Indiana Ohio Ohio
     Rose		Daughter	W F Jan 1884 16 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana
     Sigel	Son	W M Mar 1886 14 		Illinois Indiana Indiana
     *Carlis	Son	W M Oct 188712 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana
     Emmet	Son	W M Oct 1889 10 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana

1910 Census, Garfield, Roberts Co., SD, p. 2A
#24
*Harris, Nelson	Head	M W 63 M1 34	Indiana Kentucky Kentucky	Farm General Farm	O M F
     Margaret	Wife	F W 61 M1 34 8 8	Indiana Ohio Ohio
     Rose M.	Daughter	F W 26 S	Illinois Indiana Indiana	Teacher School
     Emet B.	Son	M W 21 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana	None

1920 Census, Garfield, Roberts Co., SD, p. 6B & 7A
#48, #49	
*Harris, Margeret E.		F W 71 W	Indiana Scotland Ohio	None
Harris, Rose	daughter	F W 35 S	Illinois Indiana Indiana	milliner own shop
     *Carl		son	M W 32 S	Illinois Indiana Indiana	physician-surgeon general practice
     Sigel C.	son	M W 33 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana	none
     Emmett B.	son	M W 30 S		Illinois Indiana Indiana	machinist hospital

1930 Census, Hibbing, St. Louis Co., MN, p. 5A
#73
head 	*Carl N Harris 	M 		42 	Illinois Indiana Indiana
wife 	Doris E Harris 	F 		29 	South Dakota Canada Pennsylvania
daughter Margaret D Harris 	F 	6 	Minnesota Illinois South Dakota
daughter Shirley A Harris 	F 	3 	Minnesota Illinois South Dakota
servant 	Sally Hyduckovitch F 		18 	Minnesota  Illinois South Dakota

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #14.—DNA Kit #114369. This is for the line of Nathaniel Harris (1763-1854) of Smyth Co., Virginia(Generation #2). He is reported to be the son of a Nathaniel Harris of Louisa Co., Virginia, but this has not been proven.

This family’s migration pattern is: Louisa Co., VA > Smyth Co., VA > Washington Co., VA > Smyth Co., VA > Cass Co., NE > King Co., WA.

This kit was submitted by the brother of kit #66623. This kit is a 37-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with variances in markers 12 and 21. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/66623.html can be found here:

Nathaniel Harris b 20 Jan 1763, Louisa Co VA, d 25 Apr 1854, Smyth Co VA
    + Martha Byars b 17 Jan 1766, Louisa Co VA m 27 May 1788

Nathaniel G Harris b 2 Aug 1801, Smyth Co VA, d 27 Nov 1873, Chilhowie, Smyth Co VA
    + Mary Morris b 1805, Smyth Co VA m 8 Jan 1824, Washington Co VA

James Augustus Harris b 11 Feb 1827, Marion, Smyth Co VA, d 15 nov 1904, Marion, Smyth Co VA
    + (1) Martha Jane Patrick b 22 Sep 1837, Chatam Hill, Smyth Co VA, d 24 Mar 1871, Chilhowie, m 2 Jul 1857, Marion, Smyth Co VA

Creed Fulton Harris b 26 Oct 1865, Marion, Smyth Co VA, d 31 Jul 1963, Nebraska City, Otoe Co NE
    + (1) Josephine Elizabeth Magney b 29 Aug 1870, Nehawka, Cass Co NE, d 16 Apr 1890, Murray, Cass Co NE m 1 Dec 1887, Platsmouth, Cass Co NE

James Clinton Harris, Sr. b 7 Jul 1889, Murray, Cass Co NE, d 21 May 1965, Seattle, King Co WA
    + (1) Florence Margaret Steffer b 5 Sep 1893, d 16 Dec 1928, m 10 Sep 1913 

James Clinton Harris, Jr. b 1 May 1918 Spokane WA d 4 Sep 2007 Seattle King Co WA     +Mary Isabel Sadler 3 Oct 1942 Bremerton Kitsap Co WA 

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Nathaniel Harris b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
  +  ?
    2 *Nathaniel {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 20 JAN 1763 d: 25 APR 1854
      + Martha Byars b: 17 JAN 1766 d: UNKNOWN
        3 Nathaniel G. {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 2 AUG 1801 d: 27 NOV 1873
          + Mary Morris b: 1805 d: UNKNOWN
            4 James Augustus {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 11 FEB 1827 d: 15 NOV 1904
              + Martha Jane Patrick b: 22 SEP 1837 d: 24 MAR 1871
                5 Creed Fulton {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 26 OCT 1865 d: 31 JUL 1963
                  + Josephine Elizabeth “Lizzie” Magney b: 29 AUG 1870 d: 16 APR 1890
                    6 James Clinton {2-#66623-114369} Harris, Sr. b: 7 JUL 1889 d: 21 MAY 1965
                      + Florence Margaret Steffer b: 5 SEP 1893 d: 16 DEC 1928

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/66623.html; Rev. War pension file S5456 for Nathaniel Harris; SAR Patriot Index III (2002) listing for Nathaniel Harris, Sr. md. Martha Byars; Records of Donna Dabson on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3012795, accessed 1/2/2007; Wilma Kelly posting on VALOUISA list on Rootsweb on Feb. 21, 1999: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/VALOUISA/1999-02/0919655086, accessed 10/15/2008.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1880 Census, Marion District, Smyth Co., VA, p. 20
#160, #191
*Harris, Jas. A.	W M 52		Carpenter (House)	Virginia Va Va
     Margaret M.	W F 30	Wife	Keeping House	Virginia Va Va
     Franklin L.	W M 21	Son	Works on Farm	Virginia Va Va
     Ellen M.	W F 19	Daughter		Virginia Va Va
     *Creed F.	W M 15	Son	Works on Farm	Virginia Va Va
     Willie M.	W F 11	Daughter		Virginia Va Va

1900 Census, Marion District, Smyth Co., VA, p. 59A
#317, #324
*Harris, James A.	Head	W M Feby 1827 73 M 28	Virginia Virginia Virginia	FarmerO F F 176
     Margaret M.	Wife	W F Mar 1850 50 M 28 0	Virginia Virginia Virginia

1910 Census, Liberty Precinct, Cass Co., NE, sheet #9B
#167, #168
*Harris, Creed	Head	M W 44 M2 19		Virginia Virginia Virginia		Farmer General Farm O F F 81
     Marjorie	Wife	F W 39 M1 19 9 6	West Virginia Virginia Virginia	None
     Vance		Son	M W 17 S	Virginia Virginia West Virginia	Farm Laborer Home Farm
     Ella		Daughter	F W 14 S	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Verna		Daughter	F W 11 	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Mabel		Daughter	F W 8 S	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Virginia	Daughter	F W 4 S		Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Sterling	Son	M W 2 S		Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None

1920 Census, Liberty Precinct, Cass Co., NE, sheet 1A
#1, #1
*Harris, Creed F.	Head O F	M W 54 M	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Co. Commissioner
     Margie A.	Wife	F W 49 M		W. Virginia Virginia Virginia	None
     Verna L.	Daughter	F W 21 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	Stenographer Factory
     Mabel M.	Daughter	F W 17 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Virginia M.	Daughter	F W 14 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Sterling R.	Son	M W 12 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Chester F.	Son	M W 9 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Donald W.	Son	M W 6 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None

1920 Census, 4th Ward--Dayton Precinct, Spokane, Spokane Co., WA, sheet 6A
1503 West Augusta Avenue
#130, #139
Steffer, Fred W.	Head 1OF M W 52 M 1871 Na 1872	Germany German Germany German Germany German	Merchant Grocery
     Pauline	Wife	F W 49 M			Illinois Germany German Germany German		None
     Homer		Son	M W 20 S		Washington Germany German Illinois			Clerk Hotel
     Pearl		Daughter	F W 20 S		Washington Germany German Illinois			Stenographer Accountant
     Harry		Son	M W 18 S			Washington Germany German Illinois			None
#130, #140
*Harris, James	Head 2R	M W 30 M			Nebraska Virginia Vireginia				Auditor Bank
     Florence	Wife	F W 26 M			Washington Germany German Illinois			None
     Elizabeth	Daughter	F W 5 7/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     Virginia	Daughter	F W 4 4/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     Frances	Daughter	F W 3 2/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     James		Son	M W 17/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None

Go to the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #15.—DNA Kit #66623—Ysearch ID #GQXTC. This is for the line of Nathaniel Harris (1763-1854) of Smyth Co., Virginia(Generation #2). He is reported to be the son of a Nathaniel Harris of Louisa Co., Virginia, but this has not been proven.

This family’s migration pattern is: Louisa Co., VA > Smyth Co., VA > Washington Co., VA > Smyth Co., VA > Cass Co., NE > King Co., WA.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is GQXTC. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for GQXTC

This kit was submitted by the brother of kit #114369. This kit is a 67-marker test that matches the 111-marker modal for Group 2 with variances in markers 12 and 21. This kit belongs to the I haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/66623.html can be found here:

Nathaniel Harris b 20 Jan 1763, Louisa Co VA, d 25 Apr 1854, Smyth Co VA
    + Martha Byars b 17 Jan 1766, Louisa Co VA m 27 May 1788

Nathaniel G Harris b 2 Aug 1801, Smyth Co VA, d 27 Nov 1873, Chilhowie, Smyth Co VA
    + Mary Morris b 1805, Smyth Co VA m 8 Jan 1824, Washington Co VA

James Augustus Harris b 11 Feb 1827, Marion, Smyth Co VA, d 15 nov 1904, Marion, Smyth Co VA
    + (1) Martha Jane Patrick b 22 Sep 1837, Chatam Hill, Smyth Co VA, d 24 Mar 1871, Chilhowie, m 2 Jul 1857, Marion, Smyth Co VA

Creed Fulton Harris b 26 Oct 1865, Marion, Smyth Co VA, d 31 Jul 1963, Nebraska City, Otoe Co NE
    + (1) Josephine Elizabeth Magney b 29 Aug 1870, Nehawka, Cass Co NE, d 16 Apr 1890, Murray, Cass Co NE m 1 Dec 1887, Platsmouth, Cass Co NE

James Clinton Harris, Sr. b 7 Jul 1889, Murray, Cass Co NE, d 21 May 1965, Seattle, King Co WA
    + (1) Florence Margaret Steffer b 5 Sep 1893, d 16 Dec 1928, m 10 Sep 1913 

James Clinton Harris, Jr. b 1 May 1918 Spokane WA d 4 Sep 2007 Seattle King Co WA     +Mary Isabel Sadler 3 Oct 1942 Bremerton Kitsap Co WA 

A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Nathaniel Harris b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
  +  ?
    2 *Nathaniel {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 20 JAN 1763 d: 25 APR 1854
      + Martha Byars b: 17 JAN 1766 d: UNKNOWN
        3 Nathaniel G. {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 2 AUG 1801 d: 27 NOV 1873
          + Mary Morris b: 1805 d: UNKNOWN
            4 James Augustus {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 11 FEB 1827 d: 15 NOV 1904
              + Martha Jane Patrick b: 22 SEP 1837 d: 24 MAR 1871
                5 Creed Fulton {2-#66623-114369} Harris b: 26 OCT 1865 d: 31 JUL 1963
                  + Josephine Elizabeth “Lizzie” Magney b: 29 AUG 1870 d: 16 APR 1890
                    6 James Clinton {2-#66623-114369} Harris, Sr. b: 7 JUL 1889 d: 21 MAY 1965
                      + Florence Margaret Steffer b: 5 SEP 1893 d: 16 DEC 1928

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/66623.html; Rev. War pension file S5456 for Nathaniel Harris; SAR Patriot Index III (2002) listing for Nathaniel Harris, Sr. md. Martha Byars; Records of Donna Dabson on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3012795, accessed 1/2/2007; Wilma Kelly posting on VALOUISA list on Rootsweb on Feb. 21, 1999: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/VALOUISA/1999-02/0919655086, accessed 10/15/2008.)

Census records:
*Males and surviving widows in the DNA line are marked with an asterisk.

1880 Census, Marion District, Smyth Co., VA, p. 20
#160, #191
*Harris, Jas. A.	W M 52		Carpenter (House)	Virginia Va Va
     Margaret M.	W F 30	Wife	Keeping House	Virginia Va Va
     Franklin L.	W M 21	Son	Works on Farm	Virginia Va Va
     Ellen M.	W F 19	Daughter		Virginia Va Va
     *Creed F.	W M 15	Son	Works on Farm	Virginia Va Va
     Willie M.	W F 11	Daughter		Virginia Va Va

1900 Census, Marion District, Smyth Co., VA, p. 59A
#317, #324
*Harris, James A.	Head	W M Feby 1827 73 M 28	Virginia Virginia Virginia	FarmerO F F 176
     Margaret M.	Wife	W F Mar 1850 50 M 28 0	Virginia Virginia Virginia

1910 Census, Liberty Precinct, Cass Co., NE, sheet #9B
#167, #168
*Harris, Creed	Head	M W 44 M2 19		Virginia Virginia Virginia		Farmer General Farm O F F 81
     Marjorie	Wife	F W 39 M1 19 9 6	West Virginia Virginia Virginia	None
     Vance		Son	M W 17 S	Virginia Virginia West Virginia	Farm Laborer Home Farm
     Ella		Daughter	F W 14 S	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Verna		Daughter	F W 11 	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Mabel		Daughter	F W 8 S	Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Virginia	Daughter	F W 4 S		Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None
     Sterling	Son	M W 2 S		Nebraska Virginia West Virginia	None

1920 Census, Liberty Precinct, Cass Co., NE, sheet 1A
#1, #1
*Harris, Creed F.	Head O F	M W 54 M	Virginia Virginia Virginia	Co. Commissioner
     Margie A.	Wife	F W 49 M		W. Virginia Virginia Virginia	None
     Verna L.	Daughter	F W 21 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	Stenographer Factory
     Mabel M.	Daughter	F W 17 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Virginia M.	Daughter	F W 14 S	Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Sterling R.	Son	M W 12 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Chester F.	Son	M W 9 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None
     Donald W.	Son	M W 6 S		Nebraska Virginia Virginia	None

1920 Census, 4th Ward--Dayton Precinct, Spokane, Spokane Co., WA, sheet 6A
1503 West Augusta Avenue
#130, #139
Steffer, Fred W.	Head 1OF M W 52 M 1871 Na 1872	Germany German Germany German Germany German	Merchant Grocery
     Pauline	Wife	F W 49 M			Illinois Germany German Germany German		None
     Homer		Son	M W 20 S		Washington Germany German Illinois			Clerk Hotel
     Pearl		Daughter	F W 20 S		Washington Germany German Illinois			Stenographer Accountant
     Harry		Son	M W 18 S			Washington Germany German Illinois			None
#130, #140
*Harris, James	Head 2R	M W 30 M			Nebraska Virginia Vireginia				Auditor Bank
     Florence	Wife	F W 26 M			Washington Germany German Illinois			None
     Elizabeth	Daughter	F W 5 7/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     Virginia	Daughter	F W 4 4/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     Frances	Daughter	F W 3 2/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None
     James		Son	M W 17/12 S		Washington Nebraska Washington			None

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