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Stella BEANDOR

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Repository ID Number: I22951

Original Submitter (General Source): [S1038]
Family 1 : James Marvin HARRISON
  1.   Stella Marie HARRISON
  2.   James Roy HARRISON
  3.   Samuel Lee HARRISON
  4.   Frank HARRISON
  5.   Marvin HARRISON Jr.

Sources

[S1038]


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John HARRISON

18 Aug 1744 - ____

Repository ID Number: I3116

  • RESIDENCE: Prince William Co., VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Aug 1744, Prince William Co., VA [S754]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S138]

Family 1 :
  1. + Nancy HARRISON
  2.   Unknown HARRISON
  3. + John HARRISON
  4. + Thomas HARRISON

Notes

It has NOT been conclusively PROVEN that this John Harrison (3116) b. 18 Aug 1744 is the father of Thomas, John and Nancy HARRISON.

Possibly a John b. 1730 Westmoreland Co. VA d. Fairfax Co. Va 1826; He m. 1st nancy Miller and 2nd Bettie Headley. The name Headley has been passed down through our Harrison line for several generations. They had a son William who was in the Continental army during the revolution.

It has been speculated by other researchers that this John may be the son of Cuthbert and Francis Osborne Barnes, b 18 Aug 1744. [this is probable because of the name BURR in this line.]

Linda writes: "I cannot find proof of their parents. In two books I have seen speculation that their father was named John. One names this John as the son of Cuthbert and Francis Osborne Barnes, born 18 Aug 1744. Another says he might have been the John born about 1730 in Westmoreland County, VA and dying in Fairfax County, VA in 1826, he married first Nancy Miller and second Bettie Headley. I am leaning far toward this John because the name Headley has been passed down through our Harrison line for generations. And also, John and Nancy Miller had a son William who was in the Continental army."

The name Headley seems to be a good clue to our line because the name appears later in this branch. It seems that both Betty Secrest and Leona seem to think John was the name of the father of John, Thomas and Nancy... their reasoning being that there was a John Sr. in the tax lists and census for Loudoun Co. VA 1771-4, 1783 and 1786-92. They show John to be the head of a household of 10 white persons. IN 1790 a John Jr. also appears. Also in these lists are Jasper Seybold, the father-in-law of John Harrison 1.3 and Edwin Furr, the father-in-law of Thomas Harrison 1.4 so it seems it's most likely this was their father. This could also be the same John who was in Westmoreland Co. VA... which just don't have more info.

Moved to KY in 1794? [S138] [S138] [S138]

Sources

[S754]

[S138]

[S138]

[S138]

[S138]


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Richard SMITH

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Repository ID Number: I5486

  • OCCUPATION: 1648 PatenteeOf Smithtown, Long Island, NY;Coat Of Arms
  • RESIDENCE: ENG > Smithtown, Long Island, NY
  • BIRTH: ENG
  • RESOURCES: See: [S291] [S224]

Family 1 : Sarah
  1. + Johnathan SMITH
  2.   Obediah SMITH
  3.   Richard SMITH
  4.   Job SMITH
  5.   Adam SMITH
  6.   Samuel SMITH
  7.   Daniel SMITH
  8. + Elizabeth SMITH
  9.   Debora SMITH

Notes

Came To New England Early Part Of 1600 A Patentee Of Smithtown, Long Island, NY

Coat of Arms: Pictured in William S. Pelletreau's "Records of Smithtown", show on the shield six fleur-de-lis set in three, two and one. The fleur-de-lis was also a prominent figure on the Arms of the Augusta County early Smiths, who settled there from PA, as shown by the seal on Captain John Smith's Will. Son, Col. Daniel Smith b 1724 in Ulster; m. c 1751 Jane Harrison, dau Capt. Daniel Harrison and his wife, Margaret Cravens, sister of Robert Cravens, Sr.

It is likely there was a relationship between the immigrant, Richard Smith of Smithtown, and the immigrant, Capt. John Smith, both of whom were born in England in the 1600's. Capt. Smith died in Smithland, VA, the home of his son, Daniel, shortly after the beginning of the Revolution. [S224]

Sources

[S291]

[S224]

[S224]


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