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HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 268 JUNE 1982

ON NATHANIEL HARRISON OF NC
(Revolutionary War)

From the National Archives, Washington, DC #R4678

State of North Carolina }
County of Stokes }

On this twenty eighth day of May, 1842 personally appeared before me Charles Banner one of the acting Justices of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid, Jemima Harrison resident and pauper now is in the poorhouse of the County aforesaid, aged nearly eighty years, who being sworn according to law, doth on her oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed July 7th, 1838, intitled in an Act granting half pay and Pensions to certain widows, from her infirmities is unable to travel, she has no record of her age only from hearsay of her parents who died many years ago, whos names was David and Mary Stewart. That she is the widow of Nathaniel Harrison who was a musition, Fifer and Drummer in the Militia and Regular Army in the war of the Revolution, and served in the several tours, she cannot remember all of them as he related them oftentimes, to her and others. But she recollects he said the first he went to Cross Creek, called Fayetteville, against the Tories about the beginning of the war as Drummer or fifer in Capt. Good(er-son?) and Capt. Dobsons Company, under Col. Joseph Williams. She does not remember the dates, but knew all the above named officers well. They all lived in the then Surry (?) County and Col. Williams was a neighbor to her father, and the rest said he went under the same officers. Shortly after the first tour, against the Cherokee Indians, and started in the summer and warm weather and returned after the next Christmas, when he said they destroyed the Indians Towns, and their corn and potatoes, etc., and afterwards he went in a Capt. Merideths Company after Tories, and the last tour she heard him talk of was under a Capt. James Shepperd, a long time to South Carolina, was in several battles with the James Shepperd. One battle he was in and had to run from British and swim a river, she thinks it was called Brier Ford or Creek. She does not recollect the length of time he served in all but he said it was nearly two years, but begs leave to refer to Mr. Lewis Wolf, Jacob Halsosick (Halsepeck?) and Benj. Jones, who are now living acquaintances and served with her husband, as she heard him talk of them.

She further declares that she was married to the said Nathaniel Harrison in Surry County, North Carolina in September, Seventeen Hundred and ninety-one, by Wm. Thornton, Esquire, who was a Justice of the peace, that her husband the aforesaid Nathaniel Harrison died twenty-three or 24 years past last October, that she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service, but the marriage took place previous to the first day of January Seventeen Hundred and Ninety-four (viz) at the time above stated, that she has but one living child named Peggy. Two others are dead that was born of her body whilst she and her husband the aforesaid Nathaniel Harrison lived in union together as man and wife. Said Peggy is about forty years of age, tho she has no record of her age and now is a widow called Peggy Grimes.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year first above mentioned before me.

her

Jemima X Harrison

mark

C. Banner, J. P.


 

HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 269 JUNE 1982

NATHANIEL HARRISON - cont.
FILE #R4678

North Carolina }
Stokes County }

Be it known that before the Charles Banner, a Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid personally appeared Samuel Stewart aged about Seventy six years, brother to the above named Jemima Harrison he being a person well known for veracity and truth, being duly sworn on this 28th Day of May, 1842, declares on his oath that it was always reported and believed in the neighborhood and County of Surry and Stokes aforesaid that the above named Nathaniel Harrison served in the capacity of Fifer and Drummer in the Revolutionary War as stated by his deponants sister in the foregoing Declaration and further he states that he has just reason to believe that his said sister Jemima was lawfully married to the said Nathaniel Harrison by William Thornton who was a Justice of the Peace in Surry County aforesaid, which marriage happened shortly after the division of Said County when Stokes County was cut off about the year 1790, that he was not present at the marriage because his parents and the family were very much opposed to the match and his sister Jemima aforesaid secrety obsconded from her parents in Stokes County living near the line of Surry County and went over to Esq. Thorntons who said he had married them together and that they were lawful man and wife, that this deponants father David Stewart was very angry at his neighbor Thornton, Esq. For marrying Jemima his daughter to Nathaniel Harrison aforesaid, as it was alledged that Harrison was mixed blooded, and appeared ------- (this was the end of the second page of the record # R4678, and for some reason the next page was omitted.).

State of North Carolina }
County of Forsyth }

Be it known that before me Charles Banner Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid duly authorized by law to administer oaths, personally appeared Margaret Conrad, the only child and heir at law of the late Nathaniel and Jemima Harrison, a resident of the County and State aforesaid, who being first duly sworn according to law states that she is the widow of the late John Conrad, Dec'd and only living child and heir at law of the aforesaid Nathaniel and Jemima Harrison Dec'd formerly of Stokes County, North Carolina (now Forsyth County) her Father the said Nathaniel Harrison was a Revolutionary private, Musician Drummer, and that she believes the United States are still indebted under existing laws for the pension that was due her mother Jemima Harrison aforesaid under the application heretofore made by said Jemima Harrison and that she is directly interested as a claimant in the pension for which application was made heretofore as aforesaid. Therefore contitutes and appoints Isaac N. Coffin of Washington City, DC her true and lawful attorney with irrevocable power to examine into, investigate and establish the claim for said pension and do all acts necessary thereto.

In witness whereof the said Margaret Conrad has on this 22nd day of October AD 1853 hereto signed her name and offered her seal before me.

her

Margaret X Conrad

mark

C. Bonner, J. P.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 270 JUNE 1982

FILE #R4678 NATHANIEL HARRISON - cont.

State of North Carolina }
County of Forsyth }

I, A. J. Stafford, clerk of the Court of pleas and quarter sessions do hereby certify that Charles Bonner before whom the foregoing power of attorney was acknowledged and affidavit made was at the time of so doing, a Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid, duly commissioned and sworn and that his signature above writen is genuine.

                      1. J. Stafford

A copy of Nathaniel Harrison Marriage Bond, to wit:

 

Blank

his

Nathl.

X

Harrison(seal)

mark

his

James

X

Creed (seal)

mark

Upon the back of said Bond are the following endorsments, to wit: Nathaniel Harrison marg. Bond, 22 May, 1797 Jemima Stewart.


State of North Carolina }
Surry County }

I, Francis K. Armstrong, Clerk of the Court of pleas and Quarter Sessions for the County of Surry do certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a Bond on file in my office, purporting to be the marriage Bond of Nathal. Harrison and Jemima Stewart which is the only record of said marriage in my office.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 271 JUNE 1982

 

NATHANIEL HARRISON - NC File # S1667
(born in NC)

The first page of the record sent from the National Archives on this Nathaniel Harrison is a copy of a card which is labeled thus: East Tennessee, 19539.

Nathaniel Harrison, Blount Co. in the State of Tennessee, who was a private in the Com. Commanded by Captain Wilson of the Regt. Commanded by Col. Presley on the NC line for 6 mos. Inscribed on the Roll of East Tennessee at the rate of 20 Dollars -- cents per annum, to commence on the 4th day of March, 1834. Certificate of Pension issued the 18 day of Sept., 1833 and Jacob F. Fount, Maryville.

Arrears to the 4th of Sept

50.00

Semi-anl allowance ending 4 Mar

10.00

 

60.00

Revolutionary Claim
Act June 7, 1832
Recorded by Dan Boyd Clerk
Book 6 Vol. 7 Page 36 (46?)

Second page of record # S1667

State of Tennessee _____ Second Judicial Circuit Blount County Circuit Court, July Term, 1832.

On this 8 day August 1832, personally appeared in open Court before the Honorable Circuit Court for the County Circuit and State aforesaid aged seventy four years on the 5 Day of June 1832 as he believes who being first duly sworn according to Law, doth, on his oath, make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7, 1832. that he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated; Viz. In Rockingham County, North Carolina, in the month of august before the battle of Guilford. He was drafted for three months and mustered into service in Capt. Wilsons Company of Colonel Paisleys Regiment at Guilford C.H. and marched to near Salisbury and joined Genl. Davidson's Command and on the borders of South Carolina united with General Greene not far from Camden, where applicant remained until his term of service was nearly out when he was taken sick and sent off from the army with others who were sick. Shortly after applicants term of service expired, he recovered enough to be able to travel and returned home. After the battle of Guilford and the British commenced their march from there, applicant was again drafted in Rockingham County, North Carolina for three months, placed under the Command of Capt. John McAdoo of Col Isaac's Regiment and marched into the lower parts of North Carolina into the Torey Counties and in the Range of Col. Farman (?) a Torey leader where we watched and _____ harassed the Tory until near or at the expiration of his tour of service the company was marched home and discharged.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 272 JUNE 1982

NATHANIEL HARRISON - NC File # S1667 - cont.

Before the beforementioned services and in August 1776 as applicant believes, he was drafted to march against the Cherokee Indians, but being very young, my father would not let me go, but paid my fine, and in addition to the aforesaid service, the applicant with others (?) hired a substitute for twelve months, according to regulations then existing. Said substitute was received and mustered into service at Guilford Court House the summer after the battle there. This applicant has lost his discharges if he ever received any, and has no documentary evidence of his service, now in his power so far as he knows nor does he know of any person in Blount County, Tennessee where he has resided about twelve years last past, previous to which he resided in Washington and Green Counties, Tenn. He left North Carolina about thirty six years ago. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present, and declares that his name is not on the Pension roll of the agency of any state.

Sworn to and subscribed
The day and year first
aforesaid
Daniel D. White, Clk
    Signature
Nathaniel Harrison

We Jeremiah K. Mosier a clergyman residing Blount County Tennessee and William Williamson residing in the same County and State, hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Nathaniel Harrison who has subscribed and sworn to the above declaration that we believe him to the Seventy four years of age, that he is reported and believed in the neighborhood, where he resides to ------------ (the rest of this document was omitted for some reason when it was sent to me by the National Archives Trust Fund Board.)

.......Submitted by Betty Jo Hulse, 281 Aborla Lane, Walnut, CA 91789


 

WHAT'S IN A NAME ?????

You got it from your father, it was all he had to give,
So it's yours to use and cherish, for as long as you may live.
If you lose the watch he gave you, it can always be replaced,
But a black mark on your name, can never be erased.
It was clean the day you took it, and a worthy name to bear,
When he got it from his father, there was no dishonor there.
So make sure you guard it wisely, after all is said and done,
You'll be glad the name is spotless, when you give it to your son.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 273 JUNE 1982

 

 

KENTUCKY CENSUS - 1810
Harrison Only

Pendleton County

Susannah

 

 

1 m 16-26

1 m 10-16

1 m 0-10

 

1 f 45 +

 

2 f 16-26

1 f 10-16

2 f 0-10

William

 

 

1 m 16-26

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

 


Scott County

Joseph

1 m 45 +

 

1 m 16-26

2 m 10-16

2 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

2 f 16-26

2 f 10-16

3 f 0-10


Shelby County

John

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

3 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

4 f 0-10

Ruben

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

1 m 0-10

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

 

John

 

 

1 m 16-26

 

1 m 0-10

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

 

Joshua

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

2 m 0-10

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

1 f 10-16

2 f 0-10

Ezekial

1 m 45 +

1 m 26-45

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

1 f 0-10

William

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

3 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

3 f 0-10

Greenberry

1 m 45 +

 

1 m 16-26

 

2 m 0-10

 

1 f 45 +

 

1 f 16-26

 

1 f 0-10


Washington County

Thomas G.

 

1 m 26-45

 

1 m 10-16

 

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

1 f 10-16

 

Cuthbert

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

1 f 0-10

Thomas

1 m 45 +

1 m 26-45

 

 

 

 

2 f 45 +

2 ?f 26-45

 

 

 


Wayne County

Wm.

 

 

1 m 16-26

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

1 f 0-10

Charles

 

1 m 26-45

 

2 m 10-16

2 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

4 f 0-10


Woodford County

Henry

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

1 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

2 f 0-10

Luke

 

2 m 26-45

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

1 f 0-10


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 274 JUNE 1982

 

KENTUCKY CENSUS - 1810 - cont.
Harrison Only

Nelson County

George

 

1 m 26-45

 

 

 

 

1 f 45 +

 

1 f 16-26

 

 

Burr

 

1 m 26-45

1 m 16-26

 

1 m 0-10

 

 

1 f 26-45

 

 

2 f 0-10

Grove

1 m 45 +

 

 

2 m 10-16

 

 

1 f 45 +

 

2 f 16-26

 

1 f 0-10

Benj.

 

 

1 m 16-26

 

 

 

 

 

1 f 16-26

 

 


Ohio County

John

1 m 45 +

 

 

2 m 10-16

3 m 0-10

 

1 f 45 +

1 f 26-45

1 f 16-26

 

3 f 0-10

PENNSYLVANIA CENSUS - 1840
Harrison Only

Columbia County - Mahoning Twp.

Hugh

1 m 60-70

 

 

1 m 20-30

 

 

 

1 f 50-60

 

2 f 20-30

 

Columbia County - Liberty Twp.

Mark

 

1 m 30-40

 

1 m 5-10

1 m 0-5

 

 

 

1 f 20-30

1 f 5-10

2 f 0-5

OHIO CENSUS - 1820
Harrison Only

Brown County

George

1 m 45 +

 

 

1 m 10-16

 

 

1 f 45 +

 

 

2 f 10-16

4 f 0-10

Jacob

No entries

 

 

 

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 275 JUNE 1982


OHIO COURT RECORDS

Common Pleas Court Records of Highland Co., OH 1805-1860

Compiled by David N. and Jane N. McBride, 1959

CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS OF OHIO

Highland County, OH

...compiled by David N. and Jane N. McBride, 1972

Old Cadiz Cemetery in Harrison Co., OH

MILTON HARRISON 1846-1848
ROSAN HARRISON 1800-1853

Evergreen Cemetery, Miamiville, Clermont Co., OH

William Humphreys 1816-1894 ) single stone
Rosamond HARRISON, his wife, 1820-1898

BERKS COUNTY, PA TAX LISTS

JOHN HARRISON and CALEB HARRISON taxed in the years 1754, 1758 in Union Twp., Thomas Pratt, collector. In the years 1760 and 1770, JOHN HARRISON was taxed in Union Twp.

YORK COUNTY, PA WILLS, VOL. K.

p. 200 ANNE HARRISON, Monaghan Twp., 15 Mar. 1794. Son, Thomas Mifflin HARRISON, also Exec., all lands and 1/3 of personal estate. To daughter, Hannah Harrison, 5L to be paid to her by her brother plus 2/3 of personal estate.
Wit: John Sutton, Jacob Bailets, Thomas Wallace Reg. 15 Dec 1800.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 276 JUNE 1982

 

MARRIAGE RECORDS, PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania German Marriages

Compiled by Donna R. Irish
Genealogical Publ. Co., 1982

First Reformed Church (Philadelphia, PA)

Whitpain Reformed Church also called Boehm's Church (Bluebell, Montgomery Co, PA)

Old Goshenhoppen Reformed Church (Upper Salford Township, Montgomery Co., PA)

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MARRIAGE RECORDS - OHIO

Warren County, OH Marriage Records 1803-1834

Compiled by Willard Heiss, 1977

Warren County, OH Marriage Records 1834-1854

Compiled by Willard Heiss, 1977


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 277 JUNE 1982

 

MARRIAGE RECORDS - OHIO - cont.

Marriage Records of Highland County, OH 1805-1880

Compiled by David N. McBride and Jane N. McBride, 1962

C. E. HARRISON, Capt., m. Lizzie Maddox, Sept 13, 1877, by Rev. J. H. Middleton.
JOHN HARRISON and Mary Ann Cashatt issued license June 19, 1843.
JOHN P. HARRISON m. Effie Martin, Mar 30, 1871, by J. Chambers.
JOHN T. HARRISON m. Emma White, Jan 16, 1873, by S. D. Crothers.
JONATHAN HARRISON m. Lydia Adams, Feb 29, 1836, by D. C. Topping.
Zephaniah Dunn m. ANN HARRISON, Sept 25, 1808, by Morgan Vanmatre.

..the preceding submitted by Cathy Gowdy, 1 Marin View Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941

 

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QUOTABLES


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 278 JUNE 1982

NEW YORK TIMES "Obituaries" - Harrison only


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 279 JUNE 1982

"If you could meet your ancestors
    All standing in a row,
There might be some of them perhaps
    You wouldn't care to know.
Some strange discoveries are made
    In climbing family trees
And some of them, you know,
    Do not particularly please.
But here's another question
    Which requires a different view:
If you could meet your ancestors
    Would they be proud of you?"

-- Unknown

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 280 JUNE 1982

 

GENEALOGICAL HELP FROM OHIO - Harrison only

1820 Census, Columbiana Co.

<10

10-16

16-26

26-45

45+

Benjamin

Elk Run Twp.

 

 

1m

 

1m

 

 

 

 

 

1f

 

Latham

Elk Run Twp.

1m

 

 

1m

 

 

 

4f

1f

1f

 

 

William

Yellow Creek Twp.

1m

 

 

1m

 

 

 

2 f

 

1f

 

 

William

West Twp.

1m

 

1m

 

1 m

 

 

 

2f

4f

 

 

1830 Census, Columbiana Co.

Nathaniel Harrison

Elk Run Twp

Males:

Under 5 - 2; 5-10 - 2; 10-15 - 1;
15-20 -1; 40-50 - 1

 

 

Females:

10-15 - 2; 15-20 - 2; 20-30 - 1;
30-40 - 1

Benjamin Harrison

Elk Run Twp.

Males:

30-40 - 1; 60-70 - 1

 

 

Females:

50-60 - 1

1850 Census Columbiana Co.

Age

Born

Occupation

Richard

Perry Twp.

45

Eng

Shoemaker

Thomas

 

19

OH

 

John

 

16

OH

 

Female (Lussi)

06

 

 

James

Perry Twp.

54

Eng

Farmer

Hannah

 

57

 

 

William D.

Unity Twp.

23

OH

Farmer

Elizabeth

 

20

OH

 

William

Unity Twp.

63

NJ

Farmer

Mary

 

61

PA

 

Edward

Fairfield Twp.

19

OH

Blacksmith

John

 

23

OH

Wagonmaker

Elizabeth

 

22

OH

 

Alonzo

 

04

 

 

David

 

20

 

Wagonmaker

Richard

Liverpool Twp.

36

Eng

Potter

Rebecca

 

23

Eng

 

William

 

10

Eng

 

John

 

08

Eng

 

Ann

 

02

OH

 

Ezekiel

 

35

Eng

Potter

George

 

30

Eng

Potter

(Blank)

 

28

Eng

Potter


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 281 JUNE 1982

GENEALOGICAL HELP FROM OHIO - Harrison only - cont.

1850 Census - cont.

Age

Born

Occupation

Ann

Liverpool Twp.

56

Eng

Clerk

Benjamin

 

32

Eng

Potter

Alfred

 

25

Eng

Potter

Theopolis

 

23

Eng

Potter

Ezekiel

 

22

Eng

Potter

Emeline

(F)

21

Eng

Potter

James

 

15

Eng

 

Lathen

Elk Run Twp.

66

NJ

Farmer

Elizabeth

 

51

VA

 

Thomas

 

52

MD

(insane)

Milliard

 

17

 

 

Isabella

Franklin Twp.

45

Ireland

 

Patrick

 

28

PA

 

William

 

15

OH

 

Hanna

 

17

PA

 

William

West Twp.

34

OH

Potter

Mary A.

 

27

OH

 

Susanna

 

73

MD

 

Samantha

 

05

OH

 

John

 

03

OH

 

Benjamin

 

01

OH

 


1860 Census, Columbiana Co.

 

 

 

John

Liverpool Twp.

69

Eng

Potter

Benjamin

 

35

Eng

Potter

Alfred

 

31

Eng

Potter

Theophulus

Liverpool Twp.

32

Eng

Potter

Eliza

 

28

PA

 

?

 

04

OH

 

Ahentheus

 

02

OH

 

Francis

(F)

10 mos.

 

 

Ezekiel

Liverpool Twp.

30

Eng

Potter

Elasander

(F)

27

PA

 

Clarinda L.

 

06

OH

 

Flora

 

04

 

 

Milton J.

 

02

 

 

Newton

 

02

 

 

M (?)

 

01

 

 

Mary

Butler Twp.

13

PA

 

Isabella

Franklin Twp.

59

Ireland

Farmer

Patrick

 

30

PA

 

William

 

25

OH

 

James

Perry Twp.

66

Eng

Day laborer

Ann

 

69

Eng

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 282 JUNE 1982

GENEALOGICAL HELP FROM OHIO - Harrison only - cont.

1860 Census, cont.

Age

Born

Occupation

Richard

Perry Twp.

54

Eng

Shoemaker

Sizzie

 

16

 

 

William H.

West Twp.

22

OH

Farmer

M ?

(F)

24

OH

 

William T.

 

01

 

 

William H.

West Twp.

44

OH

Farmer

Mary

 

36

OH

 

Samantha

 

14

 

 

John M.

 

13

 

 

Mary

 

08

 

 

W. H.

 

06

 

 

?ennett

(F)

04

 

 

Francis

(F)

03

 

 

Unnamed

(F)

01

 

 

Thomas

Yellow Creep T.

27

Eng

Laborer

Amelia

 

27

Eng

 

Benjamin

Elk Run Twp.

38

OH

Farmer

Mary

 

39

OH

 

Mary A.

 

16

 

 

Lucinda

 

12

 

 

Matilda

 

08

 

 

John

 

04

 

 

Sabina

(F)

01

 

 

Latham

Elk Run Twp.

76

NJ

Farmer

Elizabeth

 

60

VA

 

COLUMBIANA CO. OH CEMETERY RECORDS

Lisbon Cemetery

New Alexander Cemetery - West Twp.


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 283 JUNE 1982

 

COLUMBIANA CO. OH CEMETERY RECORDS - cont.

New Alexander Cemetery - West Twp. - cont.

Fairfield Twp. Cemetery

STARK CO. MARRIAGE RECORDS

Allie C. A. Harrison to Benjamin Frank Dysart 25 Feb 1864
David Harrison to Jane Budd 4 Jun 1840
Thomas Harrison to Mary Bahney 7 Oct 1850
D. Warder Harrison to Clementine Halter 10 Oct 1844

 

CONNECTICUT HARRISONS

.......from Connecticut Nutmegger, Vol. #13, No. 3, Dec 1980

....Vol. #12, No. 1, June 1979

PHILADELPHIA HARRISONS

....from Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, Vol. 2, p. 371

Hannah, dt Hannah, d 8-21-1764, age 12
John, s Thomas, bur 2-2-1772, age 6
Joseph, s Thomas, bur 2-9-72, age 8
Mary, d 6-7-1750
Mary, dt George, d 10-1-1752
Richard, s Richard & Hannah, d 6-29-1719
Robert and Ruth, Ch: Sarah b. 1-15-1798 & Elizabeth Dawson b. 1-19-1799
Samuel, s Thomas, d. 7-13-1771, age 8
Samuel, s Thomas, bur 2-7-1772


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 284 JUNE 1982

PHILADELPHIA HARRISONS - cont.

Sarah, dt Thomas, bur 8-26-1778, age 9 m.

Sarah, Jr. , dt Robert, bur 5-8-1801, age 3

Sarah, d 11-30-1812, age 76

Thomas & Sarah, Ch:

Thomas, s Thomas, bur 8-30-1773, age 5

Thomas, Jr. , bur 9-8-1789, age 11 mos.

Thomas, d 11-5-1815, age 76

... all of the preceding contributed by Audrey Casari, 4463 Hiawatha Dr., Cheboygan, MI 49721.

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210 S. 10th St.
Hannibal, MO 63401

 

 

Mrs. V. T. Montgomery
801 North 18th Street
Boise, ID 83702

William Coulter
1204 N. Street
Auburn, NE 68305

 

 

Elizabeth Dutton
447 Nimitz
State College, PA 16801

Lynn Palin
118 Evans
McMurray, PA 15317

 

 

William Harrison
7 Capt. Blount Road
So. Yarmouth, MA 02664

Helen N. Niewendorp
P. O. Box 555
Salem, MO 65560 (new address)


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 285 JUNE 1982

OLD CAHABA LAND OFFICE RECORDS
AND MILITARY WARRENTS

1817--1853 - Harrison only

from a book by Marilyn Davis Hahn

Page

Name

County

Date

Twnshp

Range

78

Absolem C.

Bibb

11/17/1830

21

13

213

John H.

Coffee

11/05/51

7

19

78

James

Perry

10/05/1830

21

8

74

James T.

Perry

01/26/1830

21

7

134

Samuel T.

Perry

01/26/1836

20

9

156

James J.

Perry

06/06/1836

21

8

153

Littlton

Perry

05/09/1836

20

7

186

Isaac *

Butler

09/03/1859

9

13

171

James

Butler

09/16/1836

9

15

154

Jonathan

Butler

05/16/1836

11

14

66

King

Butler

10/04/1828

14

17

52

Levi

Butler

08/04/1824

11

14

83

Daniel

Wilcox

02/25/1831

14

8

75

George

Butler

02/25/1830

13

16

48

Mordecai

Autagua

01/16/1824

17

16

47

Sterling E.

Montgomery

08/11/1826

15

15

71

King

Montgomery

02/05/1829

14

16

61

Sterling E.

Montgomery

08/11/1826

15

15

109

Sterling E.

Montgomery

09/17/1833

16

17

159

Benjamin and Charles E. Lavender

Lowndes

06/14/1836

12

12

99

King

Lowndes

08/20/1832

14

16

97

Levi

Lowndes

05/03/1832

14

16

68

Carter B.

Dallas

12/06/1828

15

12

61

Elizabeth

Dallas

06/29/1826

13

12

75

Richard B.

Dallas

08/20/1830

15

12

134

Henry

Dallas

01/27/1836

13

11

66

Sterling E.

Dallas

09/08/1828

15

15

93

Richard B.

Dallas

10/26/1831

16

12

103

Catherine

Green

12/19/1832

21

5

52

Richard and Jacob Summy

Green

08/04/1824

21

5

195

Henry R.

Pike

04/10/51

12

21

199

Robert **

Wilcox

08/12/52

11

8

* Located by John W. Bradley 07/13/1860
** Located by Orran B. Savage and Geo. W. Harrison, 11/12/1852

Page Name Residence Date Twnshp Range
3 George Twiggs Co., GA Sept 1818 11 14


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 286 JUNE 1982

INDEX TO GEORGIA WILLS 1733-1860 BY BROOKE

"In the Name of God, Amen" - Harrison only

Name

Date

County

Book

Page

Andrew

1818

Richmond

Will A

152

Benj.

1833 (d)

Warren

Will (1829-52)

59

Benj.

1842

Franklin

OM (1824-49)

76

Benj.

1845

Butts

WR (1845-51)

1

Betsy

1829

Columbia

Will W

214

Binom (?) T.

1854

Bartow

Will A

106

Coleman

1857

Jackson

Will A

418

Edward

1813

Chatham

Will E

217

Elizabeth

1837

Glynn

WA D

343

Elizabeth

1844

Talbot

Will A

131

Henry

1852

Pulaski

Will A

237

James

1821

Hancock

MR 1

124

James

1816

Columbia

Will H

529

John

1847

Jackson

Will A

296

Joseph

1831

Jones

Will C

167

Joseph

1831

Jackson

Will A

147

Joseph

1834

Taliaferro

Wills A

92

Martin

1821

Chatham

Will F

157

Mary

1844

Taliaferro

Will A

177

Mary Ann

1856

Muscogee

Will A

208

Nathan

1852

Murray

Will 1

38

Nathaniel

1845

Putnam

Will B

192

Oliver

1856

Franklin

Will (1848-67)

100

Richard

1816

Columbia

Will H

370

Richard B.

1822

Columbia

Will W

53

Robert

1845

Harris

Will A

90

Thomas F.

1828

Glynn

WA D

165

Thurmand

1846

Jackson

Will A

276

William

1834

Chatham

Will G

230

William

1855

Butts

Will A

15

William

1852

Pulaski

Will A

245

How to order wills:

Identify request by specifying testator and date, Co., Book, and Page #. Do not send payment with order. The Archives will send you an order form to sign with the exact amount you are to send, check or Money Order.

Address:

(or can order thru the Probate office of the County seat)

...the preceding submitted by Betty Jo Hulse, 281 Aborla Ln., Walnut, CA 91789


HARRISON HERITAGE
p. 287 JUNE 1982

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HARRISON HERITAGE (ISSN 0740-9001) was a family genealogical quarterly.
Published in March, June, September and December 1981-1986.
RUTH HARRISON JONES, Editor and Publisher. Reprinted here with permission from the editor.


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