C. H. Harrison (before 1861 - after 1901)
Grant Co., KY
Surnames Mentioned: HARRISON HUME DICKERSON BEASLEY
C. H. HARRISON. None of the younger members of the Grant County bar
stand higher among the people of the county than does C. H. Harrison.
He has been an active practitioner since June 18, 1885. He is a son of
Urial Harrison and Mary F. (Hume) Harrison. He attended the best
schools in Williamstown, and for a season attended Centre College at
Danville. When he grew to manhood's estate he selected the law as his
profession and went into the law office of W. W. Dickerson and after
two years of close application was admitted to the bar and begin his
life's work. Three years ago he formed a partnership with C. H.
Beasley, and the firm of which he is a member is doing a large and
lucrative business. In politics Mr. Harrison is a Republican and
stands high in the councils of his party. He is a prominent member of
the Knights of Pythias and a member of the Baptist Church.
Source: Souvenir Edition, The Williamstown Courier, Williamstown, Ky, May 30,
1901, reprinted September 19, 1981 by the Grant County KY Historical
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