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Harrison Heritage June 1983
Volume III .... Number 2

Ruth Harrison Jones, Editor and Publisher

Table Of Contents


North Carolina Marriages 1717-1868
p.
381
Early Records of SW Virginia 383
Soldiers of the Revolution
     Tennessee & North Carolina
384
Cemetery Inscriptions
     Stark & Greene Counties, Ohio
388
Lineage of Robert Harrison (1812-1858) 390
Miscellaneous Harrison Records
     Kentucky & North Carolina
396
Additional Harrison Data
     Hendricks County, Indiana
398
Records of Clay County, Indiana 400
Cemetery Records and Other Data
     Indiana & Iowa
401
HARRISON LINEAGES
     George - William - Joseph Lovell
     William A. - Capt. Joseph
408
Harrison Family Memorial Service of 1917      411
Queries 413
More Harrison Researchers 414

HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 381

NORTH CAROLINA MARRIAGES 1717 - 1868


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 383

From: OVER THE MOUNTAIN MEN
(Early records in SW Virginia)

Compiled by Anne Lawry Worrell….
Submitted by Betty Jo Hulse, 281 Aborla Lane, Walnut CA 91789

Franklin Co. VA. Marriage Records:

Botecourt Co. VA. Wills

Grayson Co. VA. Wills

REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONS

TWENTY-FOUR HUNDRED TENNESSEE PENSIONERS, Revolutionary War and War of 1812.

By Zella Armstrong.

Page 52.

MARRIAGE RECORDS OF WASHINGTON CO. TN, compiled by Norma Rutledge Grammer and Marion Day Mullins

Page 2 - March 12, 1792 - Charl Stuart -- Mary Blair, bondsman; M. Harrison

Page 3 - Dec. 30, 1793 - Joseph McCorkle -- Jean Harrison, bondsman; David Robinson

Page 5 - July 20, 1803 - John Base -- Agnes Harbison, bondsman; Michael Harrison

Page 9 - June 22, 1812 - Thomas Price -- Margaret Harrison, bondsman; Amon Boring

Page 20 - July 28, 1821 - Ambrose Harrison -- Harriet Miller, bondsman; Thos. Williams

Page 26 - Mar 22, 1825 - Charles Harrison -- Elizabeth Keeler, bondsman; Wm. Harrison

Page 25 - Dec 24, 1824 - Peechy Harrison -- Jane Clark, bondsman; A. Finch

Page 27 - Dec 31, 1825 - Jesse Harrison -- Geriah Medlock

Page 32 - Jan 22, 1829 - John Harrison -- Delilah McDonald, bdsman; Ambrose Harrison

Page 37 - Aug 7, 1831 - Enoch Colston -- Hannah Harrison

Page 38 - May 6, 1832 - Samuel Harrison -- Elizabeth Rinehart, bdsman; Jesse Harrison

Page 48 - Jan 18, 1838 - Wm. P. Hunt -- Innetta Harrison


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JUNE 1983 p. 384

SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTION

TENNESSEE SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTION, by Penelope Johnson Allen. North Carolina Revolutionary Army Accounts, Index to soldiers residing in Washington and Sullivan Co's, 1781-1783. An account of Specie certificates paid into the Comptrollers Office by John Armstrong, entry taker for lands in NC, taken from accounts paid by Anthony Bledsoe, Edmund Williams, and Landon Carter. Note: The numerals following soldiers names here listed refer to Vol. Pg., and folio of NC Rev. Army accounts in State Archives at Raleigh, NC.

Page 22 Harrison, Gideon, 1-23-4.

 

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, WASHINGTON CO. TN
Vol. 1, pg. 34

Will of James Allison-Sept. 21, 1794. Wife Jane. To Elizabeth Scott, Hannah Scott, Rachel Sharp, Esther Allison. To daughter Elizabeth Allison, Robert Allison, Nathaniel Davis, James Chastin. Exrs. Teste: Frank X Allison, John Adams, Michael Harrison. May Sessions, 1795.

 

MARRIAGE RECORDS, DAVIDSON CO. TN
Marriage Register, Vol. 1, pg 14.

Hugh Allison to Lidia Harrison, March 24, 1797.

ROSTER OF SOLDIERS FROM NC IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Originally published by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Durhan, 1932. Reprinted, Genealogical Publishing co., Inc. Baltimore, 1967-1972-1977. Library of Congress Catalogue Card # 67-28097

Pg 385 - Harrison, Samuel, 1785, militia, Newbern District.

Pg 282 - Harrison, Augustine, Pvt.#2420, granted to the heirs of; Pvt. 640 acres, 84 mo. service. Apt. J. Davis.

Pg 282 - Harrison, John, Pvt.#2419, 640 acres, 84 mo. service.

State Records, pg 1042, Vol. 17.

Pg 624 - Ainsworth Harrison, Pvt.; Seth Harrison, Cpl.; Daniel Harrison, Pvt.; Clifton Harrison, Pvt.; Elijah Harrison, Pvt. All were on a roll endorsed by Capt. Bynum, NC Militia, 7 Apr 1781.

Pg 281 - Charles Harrison, Pvt. #2379; Edward Harrison, the heirs of, # 2378.

Pg 131 - Roster of the Continental Line, NC 1783-1783 - Daniel Harrison, Pt., Bradleys Co., enlisted 20 Aug 1777 for 3 years.

Pg 130 - Dempsy Harrison, Pt., Gregorys Co., Cpl 1779, enlisted 24 May 1777 for 3 yrs.

Jessee Harrison, Cpl., Gregorys Co., enlisted 21 Aug 1777, for 3 years.

John Harrison, Musc., Pvt. June 1778, Gregorys Co., enlisted 24 May 1777 for 3 years, discharged 9 Sept 1778.


HARRISON HERITAGE
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ROSTER OF SOLDIERS FROM NC IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. - cont.

Pg 131 - William Harrison, Pt., Bakers Co., enlisted 20 July 1778 for 9 mos. Deserted 2 Aug 1778.

Pg 132 - William Harrison, Pt. Raifords Co., enlisted 18 May 1779 for 12 mos., left service 18 May 1782.

Pg 133 - Henry Harrison, Pt., Armstrongs Co., enlisted 3 Dec 1781 for 12 mos., died 20 Sept 1782.

Francis Harrison, Pt., Baileys Co., enlisted 15 Apr 1781, for 12 mos., left service 15 April 1782.

Thomas Harrison Pt., Lytles Co., Pt. June 1778, enlisted 12 April 1781 for 12 mos., left service 12 April 1782.


Page 11 (Pierces Register)

Francis Harrison, certificate # 90010

Henry Harrison, certificate # 89769

Thomas Harrison, certificate # 89928

William Harrison, certificate # 89852


Page 265

#1568, Francis Harrison, heir of James Harrison, Pvt 640 acres, 84 mo service J. Glasgow

Page 296
#3160, Francis Harrison, heir of James Harrison (Bertie) Pvt 640 acres, 84 mo.

Page 345 - Vouchers for soldiers in Continental Line 1783-92
Francis Harrison, Continental Line -- Tyrell Co.

 

Controllers Office Certificates, 1785

Dan'l Harrison, Continental, #1453, Warrenton Dist.

William Harrison, Continental, #516, Halifax Dist.

Page 254

Demcey Harrison #591, Pvt. 383 acres, 50 mo. service, received by B. Jones and Col. Lockheart.

Page 189-NC Army Accounts, Revolution

Jessee Harrison, Soldier, 1783

Dempsey Harrison, Soldier, 1783

Page 183

William Harrison, Soldier, 1783

Page 73

George Harrison, Philipe Co., enlisted 20 May 1776 for 2 1/2 years, Omitted Jan 1779.

 

Page 616 - Clarks State Records - from payroll of Capt. Elisha Rhodes Co., of 1st NC Militia.

George Harrison, Private.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 386

ROSTER OF SOLDIERS FROM NC IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. - Cont.

Page 302

#3511 - The heirs of Gilbert Harrison, Pvt., 640 acres, 84 mos. Service.

Page 532

Harmon Harrison #1791, received by William Faircloth. Warrenton.

Page 531

James Harrison, #1530, received by Benjamin McCullough.

Stephen Harrison, #1531, received by Benjamin McCullough.

Page 533, Warrenton Warrants.

Daniel Harrison #2619, received by William Sanders, Warrenton.

James L. Harrison, received by John Macon.

Page 287 Henry Harrison, #2651, the heirs of Henry Harrison, 640 acres, 84 mo. by Sherrard Barron.

Robert Harrison, #2658, the heirs of Robert Harrison, 640 acres, 84 mo. by Sherrard Barron.


Page 415

Continental Line, Henry Harrison, #1780, Mecklenburg Co.

Page 53

Jas. Harrison, Pvt., Browns Co., enlisted 1777 for 3 1/2 years or war.

Page 67

Jas. Harrison, Pvt., Granberrys Co., enlisted 1777, 2 1/2 years.

Page 94

Jas. (Serg't) Harrison, Ely's Co., enlisted April 1777, died Aug 1777.

Page 272

The Heirs of James Harrison, Pvt., dec'd. 640 acres, 84 mo. service. "To be retained, J. Macon, dec'd, George Jones for Thomas Smith".

Page 342

Militia, James Harrison, Jones Co., #2, Newbern District.

Continental, John Harrison, #313, Hillsboro District.

Militia, Richard Harrison, #2490, Wilmington District.

Continental, Serg. James Harrison, #366, Hillsboro District.

Page 250

#840, Jessee Harrison, Pvt., 274 acres, 36 mo. service, May 12, 1784 by Lt. Linton.

Page 195

#197, John Harrison, Fifer. Hillsboro, May 1, 1792.

Page 227

#197, John Harrison, for service prior to 1782.

#2274, John Harrison, M. received by Wm. Sanders.

Page 274

#2009, the heirs of John Oxly Harrison, 640 acres, 84 mo. service, received by William Faircloth.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 387

ROSTER OF SOLDIERS FROM NC IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. - Cont.

Page 577, NC Pensioners under Acts of Congress, 1818 and 1832.

#615, John Harrison, 2nd Private.

#616, William Harrison, Private.

#621, Joseph Harrison, Private.

Page 276

#2128, the heirs of Johathan Harrison, 1000 acres, 84 mo. service.

Page 37

#277, Richard Harrison, Major, SC Militia in 1780.

#1277, William Harrison, Ensign, 7th NC, Dec 11, 1776, 2nd Lt., Dec 19, 1776, 1st Lt., July 15, 1777, Capt. 1779. Survived to close of war. Died July 18, 1831.

Page 275

#2069, the heirs of Stephen Harrison, Pvt. 640 acres, 84 mo. Service (Accounts paid by John Armstrong, received by Sam'l Holliday)

Page 184

Thos. Harrison, Soldier

Joseph Harrison, Soldier

Page 240

Thomas Harrison, Pvt. 274 acres, 36 mo. service, Dec. 13, 1783.

Page 346

Thomas Harrison, Continental, Dobbs Co.


Page 610, Clarks State Records.

Roll of Lt. Col. Harney's Co., 2nd NC Battalion, commanded by Col. John Patton, Sept 9, 1778.
Thomas Harrison on roll.

Page 94

Lt. William Harrison, Masons Co., enlisted 19 Dec. 1776. Omitted Jan. 1778.

Page 390

Continental, Lt. William Harrison, #515, Halifax District.


Page 412

Continental, Daniel Harrison, #1453, Warrenton District.

Continental, William Harrison, #516, Halifax District.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 388

CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS, Stark County, OH, Vol. 3 (1983)

Submitted by: Robert Cunningham, 13320 Couwlier
Warren, MI 48089

Chapel of Cross United Methodist Church Cemetery (also called United Brethren in Christ & Evangelica United Brethern Church, Lawrence Township, Stark Co., OH)

Edith Longworth Harrison

1897 - 1946

(page 89)

 


Union Cemetery Lawrence Township Stark Co. OH

Dr. John Green Harrison

24 February 1912
28 September 1980

(page 155)

 


Rose Hill Memorial Cemetery Jackson Township, Stark Co., OH

Charles A. Harrison

27 November 1874
24 November 1939

(page 185)

James T. Harrison

13 July 1904
15 January 1977

(page 185)

Pauline A. Harrison

22 October 1877
20 November 1955

(page 204)

Maxine Harrison

28 April 1906
6 August 1966

(page 204)

Frank G. Harrison, Jr.

17 January 1872
27 March 1942

(page 204)

Pearl J. Harrison

21 September 1876
4 October 1942

(page 204)

Gretchen Ann Harrison

22 August 1946
2 March 1947

(page 204)


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 389

CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS, Stark County, OH, Vol. 3 (1983)

Sunset Hills Memory Garden Cemetery Jackson Township, Stark Co., OH

Richard W. Harrison
S/Sgt. U.S. Marines Corps

11 May 1920
13 April 1979

(page 378)




Greene Co. OH Cemetery Inscriptions Volume I (1982)

Clifton Cemetery
Clifton, Clifton, Miami Township, Greene Co., OH

Marrillea Harrison
Daughter of H. & E

died 18 September 1843
age 11 years 11 months 3 days

(page 12)

Everen Almon Harrison
Son of Wm. E. & E.J

died 3 October 1859
age xx years 10 months 7 days

(page 14)


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 390

 

ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE
by Helen Niewendorp

 

ROBERT HARRISON, born ca June 9, 1812 (1850 Census shows No. Car.). Died Dec 21, 1858 at/near Pleasanton, Hamilton Township, Decatur Co., IA. Buried there in Hamilton Township Cemetery.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 391

 

ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE - Cont. by Helen Niewendorp

  1. John Harrison, born ca Jan 2, 1836, probably Hendricks Co., IN. Died Dec 2, 1848 (age 12 yr 11 mo) Buried same location as LUCY ROSE HARRISON.
  2. Lydia Harrison, born Mar 11, 1836, probably Hendricks Co., IN. Married James Black Feb 1855 in Owen Co., IN. Died Terre Haute, IN. Nov 27, 1891. Buried Highland Lawn Cemetery. James Black died May 3, 1885 at Terre Haute. Buried Highland Lawn. (James Black is listed in Terre Haute City Directory mid 1880s as "Capitalist". Obituary mentions him having many Farms, land, etc.)


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p392

 

ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE - Cont. by Helen Niewendorp

 

  1. William Henry Harrison born ca 1840, possibly Morgan Co. or Clay Co. IN. Died March 7, 1862 at Battle of Pea Ridge, AR. Buried there in National Cemetery. Enlisted in 4th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Co. D…Jul 6, 1861 at Leon, IA.
  1. Mary Harrison born ca 1842, probably Clay Co., IN. Married William Smith on Mar 26, 1859, license issued at Bowling Green. No further record. Unable to locate with PROOF 1860 Census, although William Smith signed various documents for "Mary" 1862, few years thereafter (in Probate papers etc.) Receipts indicate "near Bowling Green".
  2. Elihu Clay Harrison born October 15, 1844 in Clay Co., IN. Married Virginia D. Smith at Indianapolis, Nov 17, 1870. He died Los Angeles (Sawtelle) CA. Veterans Home Nov 6, 1918. Buried there. She died May 21, 1926, Aurora, CO. Buried Fairmount Cemetery at Denver.

    Children:

    6a. Stella Grace Harrison, b. Sep 15, 1871 at Bowling Green, Clay Co., IN. Married Rev. U.A. Barbee 1891 in Nashville, TN Died Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 1957?

    6b. Leatha Mabel Harrison, b. Feb 23, 1873, Reno Co. KS. Died Grand Junction, CO 194?. Married Jack O'Brien. Had 2 girls, Virginia and Lorna.

    6c. Arthur Stanley Harrison, b. Oct 8, 1874, Reno Co., KS. Died at Denver, CO. Buried Fairmount Cemetery. Married Leona ______. No children.

    6d. Ralph Clay Harrison, b. Feb 2, 188?, Brazil, IN. Died 1940 Denver, CO. Buried Crown Hill Cemetery. Married Nellie Martin. 9 children..Harold; Kenneth; Marian; Lloyd; Eugene; Leona; Charles; Nellie; Virginia.


    HARRISON HERITAGE
    JUNE 1983 p. 393

     

    ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE - Cont. by Helen Niewendorp

    6e. Nellie Ruby Harrison, b. Feb 13, 1883, Carbon, Clay Co., IN Married David E. Rife June 1916. She died Jul 4, 1956. He died Aug 4, 1942. Both buried Fairmount Cemetery, Denver CO. 2 children: Ruth Rife Woodhurst residing Salt Lake city, UT…. Helen Rife Niewendorp residing Anchorage, AK (1983)

  3. Elisha Harrison, born January, 1847, Clay Co., IN. Died Oct 5, 1851. Buried With mother Lucy Rose Harrison. Sec 21, Washington Township, Clay Co. IN.
  4. Nelson Harrison, born ca 1850, Clay Co., IN. Married Sudie (Serdie) Osborne Sep 22, 1875, Hendricks Co., IN. 1 child listed (1880 Census Rush Co., IN) …Nellie, age 3.

ROBERT HARRISON….married (2nd)….SARAH CHAMBERS, Feb 1, 1854 at Owen Co., IN. She was daughter of JOB CHAMBERS, early settler Clay Co./Owen Co., IN. Children: (No information)


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 394

 

ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE - Cont. by Helen Niewendorp

 




HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 395

I assume the following information is someway "connected" with my ROBERT HARRISON grandfather!

[ROBERT HARRISON MY HARRISON LINEAGE - Cont. by Helen Niewendorp]


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 396

1800 Census…..Buncombe Co. NC

1810 Census…..Buncombe Co. NC

1820 Census…..Buncombe Co. NC

1830 Census…..Buncombe Co. NC


1810 Census…..Knox Co., KY

1820 Census…..Knox Co., KY

1830 Census…..Knox Co., KY

1840 Census…..Knox Co., KY - INDEX


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 397

KNOX COUNTY, KY…….MARRIAGES

John Harrison……….Rachel Busby…………….Jul 18, 1819 By M. Foley, Preacher

Miles Busby…………Elender Harrison……….. Dec 18, 1821 By Andrew Evans

Daniel Harrison……..Malinda (Leminda)Dickey Sep 24, 1827 Samuel Dickey

William Fisher………Mary Harrison……………Aug 26, 1830 Witness Thomas Harrison, Father John Harrison, Bondsman Samuel Morris

Thomas Harrison……Nancy Bryant (in TN before 1828) By William Hopper

Wm. McDaniel…….. Lucinda Harrison………..Feb 14, 1843 Witness Daniel Harrison

Rachel Harrison……..Joseph Reese…………….Jan 23, 1843 Witness Daniel Cain

Wm. Valentine………Elizabeth Harrison………Jun 26, 1846 By William Ward

James Harrison…….. Delilah Messemore…….. Oct 12, 1858 Methodist Church

John T. Harrison…….Louisa Willis…………….Dec 20, 1866 By A. Linsley

Eleanor Harrison……Pleasant Bryeley………… Mar 2, 1847 By Jesse Logan

 

KNOX CO., KY. DEED BOOK E, pg 162 COURTHOUSE at Barboursville, KY

DEED BOOK 5, page 295

DEED BOOK B, page 294

DEED BOOK C, page 353


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 398

DEED BOOK C, page 478

DEED BOOK D, page 205

DEED BOOK D, page 284

DEED BOOK D, page 284

DEED BOOK D, page 459

DEED BOOK D, page 513

NOW the Rachel Harrison on page 3…giving her land in "trust"…IS she the Rachel Busby married to John Harrison…and also one mentioned in Agreement 1903 by James Harrison…from father John Harrison and mother Rachel Harrison?

BECAUSE

1840 Census of Hendricks Co., IN and also 1850 Census show a "John Harrison" of correct age…and 1850 John has wife Sarah!

SO HERE I have an extra John Harrison unless "Rachel" did not go to IN and deceased before 1850 so John could have wife "Sarah"!

Other transactions in the Record Books of Daniel Harrison and Malinda, one's to the G.M. Adams…possibly one connected with Rachel (mentioned above- page 3) Last Document of Daniel Harrison and Malinda noted was 1865 from Hendricks Co., IN. I am sure that I have more than 1 generation involved in the above…sisters, brothers, and all the children!


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 399

1840 Census Hendricks Co., IN

#662…Thomas Harrison 2-2-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
(Thomas Harrison deceased 1848)
#662…John Harrison 0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-1-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0

#668…John Harrison 0-0-1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-2-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0

#668…Miles Busby 0-0-0-1-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 3-2-1-1-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0

#668…William Fisher 0-2-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 2-0-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0

1850 Census Hendricks Co., IN

Franklin Township….11 August

Clay Township….23 August

1850 Census Morgan Co., IN (this part was part of Hendricks Co. originally) Adams Township….6 Nov.

1860 Census Hendricks Co., IN Franklin Township….13 Jul…P.O. Stilesville

1880 Census Hendricks Co., IN Franklin Township….02 Jun

It appears that "at least" John Harrison, Daniel Harrison, Elizabeth and Rachel Harrison Are brothers and sisters…their father being born GEORGIA, ca 1775!


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 400

1840 Census INDEX IN shows

1850 Census Clay Co. Washington Township - 20 October

1860 Census Clay Co., IN

Washington Township…Bowling Green, IN

Posey Township…P.O. Van Buren 7 July

Dick Johnson Township…22 June

1860 Census OWEN CO., IN…..Marion Township, IN

1860 Census DECATUR CO., IA….Hamilton Township…P.O. Nine Eagles …16 July

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 401

Cemetery at Stilesville, Indiana … Hendricks Co.

Cemetery between Highway 40 and Clayton, IN Hendricks Co.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p.402

[OTHER HARRISON DATA ….. from Helen Niewendorp]

Hendricks Co. IN Voting Records….1826-1832

1820 … No. Hendricks Co. (was part of Wabash Co., part was in Delaware Co.)

1820 Census

1830 Census City of Louisville, KY

1860 Census Hendricks Co., IN

Brown Township P.O. Box Brownsburg 14 June

Union Township P.O. Newelizabeth 20 July

1860 Census State of Iowa

1856 Keokuk Co. State of Iowa


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 403

OTHER HARRISON DATA …..Cont.

1880 Census County of Adair, Iowa

1880 Hendricks Co. Indiana

Center Township 4 June

Hendricks Co., Indiana

Soldiers Discharge page 11 Wade Harrison, private Co. A. 51st Reg. of Indiana Infantry. Enrolled 22nd day of Sep 1861. Born Randolph Co., NC. 33 years of age.

Deed Book 24, page 352 Wade Harrison to Mariah Harrison. Sep 24, 1861 Sec 7-Twp-16-R 1W.

Deed Index 1-2-3 Merryman Harrison bought lots at Belleville, Liberty Township…June 1835 and July 1836
Wilson Harrison sold land/lots? At Belleville, 2.10 acres, Dec 1835.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p .404

"From Biographical Sketches"…Owen Co. Homesteader…at Library, Spencer, IN

Pg. 956 "JOHN HARRISON…farmer and stock-raiser was born Jul 24, 1834 in Noble Co., OH and is the fifth of thirteen children born to James and Elizabeth (Midkiff) Harrison, the former native of VA and the latter of MD and of Irish extraction. John, in company with his parents, came to Jackson Township in 1855; here his father's death occurred in 1859, and his mother's in John was reared upon a farm, working during the summer and attending school during the winter and received an ordinary education. He never received any help in the way of a start in life, but has at present a nice farm of 300 acres with most of the modern improvements and all made by his own shrewd business man- agement. He was united in marriage to Miss Amanda Campbell and Jane (Wiley) Cochran, both natives of North Carolina, and of English and Irish extraction. Four children have crowned this union…John E. born December 6, 1862; Luella F., Jul 12, 1868; Dora M., Apr 4, 1870 and Mary R., Mar 8, 1873. His lady is an active member of the Christian Church. Mr. Harrison enlisted July 1862 in Company B, Ninety-seventh Indiana Volunteer Infantry under Col. R. F. Catterson and Capt. James Watts. He was engaged in several hand-fought battles, was with Gen. Sherman on his march to the sea, returned home without an injury and was honorably discharged at Indianapolis. He is a Republican and has voted with that party ever since he became a voter. His son, John E. is achieving a reputation as a successful educator."

Pg. 956 "WILLIAM H. HARRISON…farmer and stock-raiser, was born May 24, 1842 In Noble County, OH and is the tenth child to James and Elizabeth (Midkiff) Harrison. He came with his parents to this township in the fall of 1855; was reared on a farm and attended the public and subscription schools, acquired a very fair education. Sept 17, 1861 he enlisted while on a visit to Ohio, in Company D. Forty-seventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry, under Col. James A. Garfield and Capt. James Riggs and was in a number of hand-fought battles. His regiment was once surrounded at Cumberland Gap and had to cut its way through and march eighteen days without rations, except such as could be gathered up as it passed along. He was in the first attack on Vicksburg, under Gen. Sherman and was under Grant in several engagements before reaching the siege of that city. After its surrender, the regiment was under fire for seventeen days, or until the capture of Jackson, MS. Although never wounded, Mr. H. had several rifle shots through his clothing. He was honorably discharged at Columbus, OH in Sep. 1864. On April 20, 1865 he married Miss Eliza J. Coffman who has borne him twelve children, of whom five lived to receive names… Della R., now deceased; Minnie F. born May 26, 1867; Gilberta born Sep 18, 1872; William C. March 5, 1877; Dennis R. J. 1879. Mr. And Mrs. H. are members of the Christian Church and he is an active member of the Ma- sonic order and the I.O.O.F. Formerly Mr. Harrison was a Republican and cast his first presidential vote for Lincoln, but since 1880 he was elected Township Trustee and re-elected in 1882. He is a skillful farmer and is the owner of 189 acres of good land."


HARRISON HERITAGE JUNE 1983 p. 405

OWEN COUNTY MARRIAGES…Spencer, IN…Courthouse Records

HARRISON Spouse Date Source

Cordelia

Wm. R. Williams

Jul 22, 1883

Bk 31

Pg 524

Dora M.

Daniel I. Shultz

Jul 06, 1890

Bk 32

Pg 530

James B.

Ola Harrold

Mar 10, 1894

Bk 33

Pg 255

John

Amanda Cochran

Apr 11, 1859

Bk 28

Pg 359

Luella

Frederick Schulz

Apr 28, 1887

Bk 32

Pg 252

Lydia

James Black

Feb, 1855

Bk 28

Pg 39?

Lydia M.

Nelson W. Carebble (Kauble)

Mar 10, 1881

Bk 31

Pg 317

Minnie

Henry Shultz

Oct 28, 1888

Bk 32

Pg 373

Robert

Sarah Chambers

Feb 1, 1854

Bk 27

Pg 370

Rose

Clinton Godfrey

Sep 15, 1897

Bk 33

Pg 532

Samuel D.

Rusha McCreery

Jul 21, 1901

Bk 35

Pg 245

Susan

Francis M. Watts

Apr 27, 1856

Bk 28

Pg 139

William H.

Louisa (Eliza?) J. Coffman

Apr 20, 1865

Bk 29

Pg 138

William H. (C?)

H. Lissie (?) J. Bolan

Aug 14, 1900

Bk 35

Pg 158

 

 

Cemetery at POLAND, IN…Clay County

William H. Harrison

 

May 24, 1842

Sep 12, 1905

Eliza J. Coffman Harrison

 

May 27, 1845

Apr 9, 1899

Dennis R.

 

Jun 23, 1879

Feb 11, 1907

Gilbertie Harrison

 

Sep 18, 1872

Jul 18, 1900

John Harrison

 

Jul 24, 1834

Nov 8, 1904

Amanda J. Cochran

Wife of John Cochran (?)

Aug 13, 1834

Apr 7, 1914

Wilkerson Cemetery at POLAND, IN…Clay County

James Harrison

Age 55 yr-8m-5d

 

Sep 6, 1858

Elizabeth Harrison

Wife of James H.

Feb 29, 1804

Jul 26, 1881

Copied at Barboursville, KY Library…

DEATHS…LAUREL CO., KY (Laurel Co. formed from part of Knox 1825)


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 406

HARRISON MARRIAGES…..Hendricks Co., IN 1823-1920

HARRISON Spouse Date Source

Ada B.

John A. West

Feb 12, 1893

Bk 11

Pg 148

Amanda L.

Edward Perkins

Aug 10, 1901

Bk 12

Pg 346

Anna M.

James M. Ramsey

Jul 30, 1919

Bk 15

Pg 11

Carroll Jay

Hazel Bayliss

Jul 14, 1917

Bk 14

Pg 445

Clara E.

Angelo J. Covey

Dec 07, 1890

Bk 10

Pg 516

David M.

Anna May Larrence

Jan 10, 1902

Bk 12

Pg 388

Elva

Henry Walker

Dec 22, 1916

Bk 14

Pg 385

Flora

John M. Kelsey

Mar 23, 1887

Bk 10

Pg 195

Flora A.

Frank H. Carter

Jun 30, 1912

Bk 14

Pg 54

Frank M.

Hattie M. Thomas

Aug 06, 1895

Bk 11

Pg 376

G. W.

Nancy Dowdy

Jan 26, 1899

Bk 12

Pg 133

George T.

Mary Duff

Nov 21, 1867

Bk 7

Pg 21

Harvey A.

Ida O. Gentry

Aug 19, 1891

Bk 11

Pg 2

Henry T.

Kate Sellers

Dec 30, 1896

Bk 11

Pg 511

Hiram

Jane Dum

Aug 15, 1827

Bk 1

Pg 63

Iva Etta

Martin Luther Trester

Oct 8, 1884

Bk 9

Pg 536

James W.

Jennie Athinson

Apr 22, 1892

Bk 11

Pg 70

Jasper

Lillie Wood

Feb 22, 1908

Bk 13

Pg 334

John

Margaret E. Clark

Oct 23, 1862

Bk 6

Pg 159

John

Margaret Odell

Jul 23, 1876

Bk 8

Pg 320

John Thomas

Etta Good

Jan 19, 1899

Bk 12

Pg 131

John W.

Amanda C. Wilmington

Mar 2, 1912

Bk 14

Pg 31

Joseph W.

Mary Jane Tout

Apr 22, 1860

Bk 5

Pg 406

Louise E.

George Armstrong

Sep 16, 1917

Bk 14

Pg 464

Margaret E.

Charles T. Swindler

Oct 17, 1867

Bk 7

Pg 9

Margaret S.

William Moon

Nov 18, 1885

Bk 10

Pg 67

Martha

Reuben Walls

Sep 9, 1847

Bk 3

Pg 218

Mary Ann

Jesse Elgan

Jul 16, 1848

Bk 4

Pg 10

Mary E.

Fred W. Farquer

Jun 30, 1907

Bk 13

Pg 278

Mary Olive

Oliver W. Vogus

May 15, 1919

Bk 14

Pg 586

Mollie

James Brewer

Dec 27, 1886

Bk 10

Pg 170

Myra A.

W. D. Swank

Feb 6, 1889

Bk 10

Pg 356

Nelson

Serdie Osborn

Sep 22, 1875

Bk 8

Pg 249

Oscar W.

Nettie Rushton

Feb 17, 1895

Bk 11

Pg 331

Rachel R.

Joshua Tharp

Sep 20, 1885

Bk 10

Pg 49

Richards H.

Lydia Plummer

Jan 14, 1901

Bk 12

Pg 307

Robert

Mary Jane Davidson

Oct 17, 1844

Bk 2

Pg 276

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 407

HARRISON MARRIAGES…..Hendricks Co., IN 1823-1920 (cont.)

Robert W.

Wilma E. Marshall

May 27, 1906

Bk 13

Pg 183

Robert

Lucy Rose

Jan 30, 1834

Bk 1 1/2

Pg 52

Selvina

John W. Rollins

Mar 2, 1884

Bk 9

Pg 494

Thomas

Mary Whippo

Feb 19, 1852

Bk 4

Pg 249

Wm.

Dora Carter

Dec 18, 1884

Bk 9

Pg 556

Wm. B.

Eliza F. Barthalomew

Jan 31, 1861

Bk 6

Pg 37

William

Catherine Cooper

 

Bk 1

Pg 52

William

Amanda Leach

Apr 22, 1869

Bk 7

Pg 160

William R.

Emma E. Wright

Nov 28, 1878

Bk 8

Pg 559

Wilme (Wilma)

John H. Carr

Jan 9, 1919

Bk 14

Pg 567

(There could be more…as I think I found my ROBERT HARRISON when in Indianapolis or Danville…and the above list copied by another researcher, for me, from the Vital Record Books. HOWEVER…Robert Harrison and Lucy Rose WERE NOT on the list he sent. I inserted the statistic above…as I KNOW of it).

 


 

In the March 1983 issue of H.H., we were looking for the address of the NATIONAL SOCIETY, U.S. DAUGHTERS OF 1812.

An address that appears in "List of Hereditary Organizations", Summit Publications, P.O. Box 222, Munroe Falls, OH 44262 is:

Thanks to H.H. reader, Felix Luck for this information.
-RJ

 


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 408

GEORGE HARRISON LINEAGE

Submitted by Mrs. Marsha C. Magley, R.F.D. 1, Bird City, KS 67731

  1. William Henry Harrison, son of George
    b. 16 June 1768 Bedford Co., VA
    d. 18 Jan 1848 Carroll Co., MO
    bur. Bethlehem Christian Church, Wakenda, Caroll Co., MO

    m. Winefred HANCOCK b. 1764, dau of Wm. Hancock and Annie HILL
    d. April 1844, Carroll Co., MO
    bur. Bethlehem Christian Church, Wakenda, MO

  2. Mary A. Harrison, dau of above William Henry Harrison
    b. 10 Jan 1797, KY
    d. 9 April 1881
    bur. Bethleham Christian Church, Wakenda, Carroll Co., MO

    m. 7 Nov 1822 Adair Co., KY John William SQUIRES
    b. 1781, VA
    d. 1873 Santa Clara Co., CA
    bur. Santa Clara Co., CA

  3. Abner Gaither Squires, son of Mary A. Harrison Squires
    b. 13 Sept 1827 Adair Co., KY
    d. 16 Jan 1900
    bur. Bethleham Christian Church, Wakenda, Carroll Co., MO

    m. (2) 16 April 1848 Carroll Co., MO, Sarah Frances WINFREY
    b. 10 Jan 1834, Casey Co., KY
    d. 4 Sept 1910 Olive _______, CA
    bur. Bethlehem Christian Church, Wakenda, MO

  4. Marshall Missouri Squires, son of Abner G. Squires
    b. 13 May 1866, Carrollton, Carroll Co., MO
    d. 14 Dec 1945 Denver, CO
    bur. Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., CO

    m. 22 Feb 1893 Carrollton, MO Roberta Angeline CARY
    b. 31 Jan 1871, Hale, Carroll Co., MO
    d. 21 Nov 1954, Denver, CO
    bur. (same as above)

  5. Marshall Cary Squires, son of Marshall Missouri Squires
    b. 9 Nov 1909, Calhan, El Paso Co, CO

    m. 9 Nov 1930, Sapulpa, Creek Co., OK Lena May SHOOP
    b. 26 Jan 1914, Fort Smith, AR

  6. Marsha Cynthia Squires, dau of Marshall Cary Squires
    b. 10 Jan 1947, Denver, Denver, Co., CO


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 409

HARRISON LINEAGES SUBMITTED BY OUR READERS

WILLIAM HARRISON

  1. William Harrison (1758-1832)
    m. Sophia ____________ (1770-1835)
  2. William Harrison (1796-1856) b. KY
    m. Elizabeth (Seaman) (1798-1865)
  3. Calvin Harrison (1821-1898) b. IN
    m. Caroline Sperry (1822-1883) b. OH
  4. Florence Josephine Harrison (1861-1939)

Florence Josephine Harrison was the great grandmother of K.A.Y. Blankinship of 17045 12th Ave., N.W. Seattle, WA 98177.

JOSEPH LOVELL HARRISON

  1. Joseph Lovell Harrison (d. 13 Feb 1788, Louisa C., VA) left will naming children and wife "Peggy".
  2. Mildred Malinda Harrison (m. William Payne)
    1 September 1791, Montgomery Co., KY
  3. Augustus Henry Fitzherbert Payne (m. Mary Morris)
    20 May 1828
  4. Annie Eliza Payne (m. William Wyatt Bland)
    23 February 1854
  5. Serena Emma Bland (m. John Calhoun Atchison)
    10 May 1876
  6. Mollie Hamilton Atchison (m. Frank Jackson Wright)
  7. Anne Hamilton Wright (m. Thomas Joseph Hall, Jr.)

Anne W. Hall writes that she recently found the will of the above JOSEPH HARRISON written 12 Aug 1787; presented at court in Louisa Co., VA on 13 Feb 1788. He lived in the 'parish of Trinity', County of Louisa. His heirs were: wife, Peggy, daughters: Clary Morton, Judah Graves, Jemmima Harrison, Mildred Harrison and Dulcililla Harrison. Sons were: Hiram, Hezikah, Micajh, Richardson and Hosea. She has further received a newspaper article (from HH reader, Betty Secrest) naming the children of above Joseph and his wife MARGARET RICHARDSON HARRISON.

Mrs. Hall has additional information on the above lineage which she will be happy to share.

Mrs. Anne W. Hall, 1500 West Eighth Street, Roswell, NM 88201


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 410

HARRISON LINEAGES SUBMITTED BY OUR READERS

WILLIAM A. HARRISON

  1. William A. Harrison (b. ca 1827, TN)
    m. Catherine Roden, 16 April 1843, DeKalb Co., AL
  2. William Andrew Jackson Harrison (b. Oct. 1, 1855, AL)
    m. Rebecca Mitchell, 1888
  3. Deba Catherine Harrison (b. 27 March 1893, Gilmore, Indian Territory)
    m. George Monroe Baker, March 1909
  4. Vera Odell Baker (b. 20 Feb 1917, OK)
    m. James Edwin Hamilton, 22 March 1937

Vera Odell Baker is the mother of Betty Rogers, 1267 S. Quinley, Merced, CA 95340

 

CAPTAIN JOSEPH HARRISON

  1. Capt. Joseph Harrison (1753-1804) b. England, served in Rev. War.
    m. 1789 Sarah Giles (1767-1841) Settled in Fort Wayne Co., MI
  2. Charles Harrison (1799-1887)
    m. Laura Chamberlain (1809-1866)
  3. Joseph D. Harrison (1826-1901)
    m. Julia Janette Durfee (1825-1889)
  4. Charles A. Harrison (1855-1917)
    m. Cora Waite (1857-1903)
  5. Hazel Harrison (18_5-1903)
    m. Charles B. Mason (1855-1913)
  6. Joyce L. Mason m. Robert K. Schmitt

From Mrs. Robert K. Schmitt, 505 Highland Drive., Kobler, WI 53044

Mrs. Schmitt sent us a copy of a Memorial Program held on Sunday, May 27, 1917. It is printed on the following page.

The bulletin cover reads: HARRISON FAMILY MEMORIAL SERVICES at the
INKSTER M.E. CHURCH
SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1917
2:30 P.M. Eastern Time

Family History was read by George W. Kelley; Sermon by the Rev. Wm. Dawe. There was an address by the Rev. Dunning Idle, Pastor of Campbell Avenue Church. There was a baptismal service followed by congregational singing.


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 411

HARRISON FAMILY MEMORIAL SERVICES

INKSTER M.E. CHURCH
SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1917

Submitted by: Mrs. Robert K. Schmitt, 505 High Street, Kohler, WI 53044

(as explained on previous page)

IN MEMORIAM - FIRST GENERATION

Capt. Joseph Harrison, 1753-1804
Sarah Gilles, 1767-1841

SECOND GENERATION

James, 1790-94 Sarah, 1793-95

Leonard, 1791-1845 Mary Haynes, 1792-1844

Marenus, 1796-1849 Hannah Chamberlain, 1797-1869

Charles, 1799-1887 Laura Chamberlain, 1809-1866

THIRD GENERATION

David Ingles *Jane Ingles, 1816-37

*Joseph, 1818-58 Eliza Baird, 1828-97

*David, 1821-47 Hannah, 1823-24

*Sarah, 1825-37

Joseph Brown, 1811-90 *Margarette Brown, 1827-48

Nathan Priest, 1820-99 *Lucinda Priest, 1829-90

*Jonathan, 1832-93 Sarah Van Allen, 1836-1910

*John, 1832-1915

*Thomas, 1836-70

*David, 1819-1912 *Emily, 1824-1917

*Harry, 1821-96 Sarah Stokes, 1825-1900

*Marenus, 1825-92 Augusta Dennis, 1835-81

*Ephriam, 1827-57 *Geo, W., 1834-58

*Martin, 1829-1917 Harriett M. Jaques, 1832-1903

David Hill *Sarah A. Hill, 1832-57

Mr. Porter *Hannah Porter, 1836-57

George D. Simpson, 1834 *Mary J. Simpson, 1838-75

*Alexander, 1841-72 Susan Beaty, 1838-1908

*Blanchard, 1846-75 Lizzie Griffin, 1845-1914

*William H., 1825-99 Livina Hicks, 1825-89

*Joseph D., 1826-1901 Jenette Durfee, 1825-89

John Mintonye, 1833-96 *Meribe Mintonye, 1829-95

*Levi, 1830-1904 Julia Potter, 1835-62 Hannah Stevens, 1835-1906

*Edmond, 1833-63

Willard Minnis Stephen Butler *Sarah E., 1838-78

*George, 1842-81 Ellen Early, 1844-1905

*Warner, 1845-1909 Lida Butler, 1853-82

Moses Higgs, 1845-1915 *Alma Higgs, 1851-79


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 412

HARRISON FAMILY MEMORIAL SERVICES.....Cont.

FOURTH GENERATION

William Ingles

James McLaughlin, 1835-90 Mary Brown McLaughlin, 1845-87

Fannie Brown, 1848-49 *Leonard

Fried Priest, 1862-63 *Bert Willis, 1860-62

Edwin Gilbert Edwards, 1842-83

*Wm. H., 1848-1905 Nancy Wallace, 1853-1913

Peter Oulette, 1854-1911

*Geo. Willett, 1859-60 *Seymour, 1868-68

*Charlotte Dell Randall, 1857-1909

Joseph Clark, 1846-1906 *May Clerk, 1858-94

*Bell, 1868-85

*Clara Robinson, 1858-98

Ellen Woolger Harrison, 1848-84

*Charles A., 1855-1917 Cora Waite, 1857-1903

*Elmer Joseph, 1860-61

Mary Place Mintonye, 1855-1915

Charles Mintonye, 1859-60 Allie Mintonye, 1863-89

*Ida R., 1859-60 Charles A., 1861-61

*Herbert J., 1867-1902

*Charlotte A., 1870-71 *Annie R., 1874-74

Charles W. Minnis, 1863-1915

William S. Butler, 1868-1911

Daisy Butler, 1873-73 Violet Butler, 1874-74

*Georgia, 1876-86

*Albert J., 1873-75

Charles Hannan, 1881-95

Barnard Walker, 1862-1914

FIFTH GENERATION

Herbert J. McLaughlin, 1874-92

Jonathan F. Gallup, 1901-01

*William, 1874-92

Mina Sims, 1881-99 Vera Sims, 1892-1900

Harrison Sims, 1899-99 Josie Randall Spurr, 1883-1903

Lottie Randall Combs, 1886-192__ James W. Clark, 1880-1901

Daisy Clark, 1881-83 Carrie Clark, 1882-83

Hazel B. Campbell Clark, 1889-1912

George E. Simpson, 1890-91 Clarence Simpson, 1893-93

Everett, 1898-1903 *Harold, 1901-03

Irene Bayan Ruhlig, 1890-1913 James Bayan, 1898-1916

Ila Davis Harrison, 1887-1913 Henry Franz, 1872-1916

*Milo Ross, 1897-1901 *Roy, 1888-88

Harold A. Kelley, 1891-1905 Mary Burrell, 1892-92

Edna A. Mintonye, 1883-98 James Templeton, 1883-1906

Meriba Templeton, 1885-1914 Vivian Fell, 1894-1906 Nora Minnis 1900-01

*Hazel, 18__5-1903 Charles B. Mason, 1855-1913

 

* Harrison


HARRISON HERITAGE JUNE 1983 p. 413

QUERIES

WILLINGHAM

HARRISON

      George
      William

HH 3.2 - 83 Looking for parents and siblings of George W. (Washington) Harrison, b. ca 1794, Greenville Dist., SC, d. 1857/8, Freestone Co., TX. Married ca 1819, Elizabeth Willingham (b. ca 1802; d. after 1860, Freestone Co., TX)

Mrs. Lynn Hanna, 1007 Hereford, College Station, TX 77840



PEARMAN

HARRISON

      Priscilla

HH 3.2 - 84 Seek information of Priscilla Harrison; born 1790-1800 and died 1840/1850. She was the wife of Dancy P. Pearman; resided in Campbell Co., VA in 1840.

R.A.Y. Blankinship, 17045 12th Ave., NW, Seattle, WA 98177



FISHER

HARRISON

      Daniel
      Elender
      Elizabeth
      Jasper
      John
      Mary
      Rachel
      Robert
      Thomas

HH 3.2 - 85 Robert Harrison, born June 9, 1812 (1850 census shows NC). IS HE son/nephew/kin to John Harrison b. Jan 6, 1774 in Georgia (1850 census)?? John Harrison, Buncombe Co., NC, 1800...thence Knox Co., KY til 1830's. after 1832 find John Harrison, Thomas Harrison, Robert Harrison, Elender Harrison, Busby and Mary Harrison Fisher, all Leberty/Franklin Township, Kendricks Co., IN. John Harrison also had Elizabeth, Rachel and Jasper Harrison. Probably Daniel, born NC Sept/Oct. 1802 (1880 census says "father" born Georgia). Sure need Help!!

Helen M. Niewendorp, P.O. Box 555, Salem, MO 65560

 

HARRISON

      Agnes
      Alexander
      Andrew
      Christopher
      James Edward
      Joshua
      Mahala J.
      Maria L.

HH 3.2 - 86 Searching for more vital information on Christopher C. Harrison born ca 1814/15 in VA. Married Amelia _______, b. 1819 in TN. Their children were:

Alexander b. 1837, TN
Andrew b. 1839, TN
Joshua b. 1843, TN
Agnes A. b. 1844, MO
James Edward b. 28 Jan 1847, MO
Maria L. b. 1848, MO
Mahala J. b. 1850, MO

James Edward was my great grandfather.

Robert Smith, PSC Box 255, APO New York, NY 09223


HARRISON HERITAGE
JUNE 1983 p. 414

QUERIES

MITCHELL

RODEN

HARRISON

      William
      Wm. Andrew J.

HH 3.2 - 87 Am still researching William Harrison born ca 1827 in TN. Married Catherine Roden 16 April 1843, DeKalb Co., AL. Would like to find out where in TN he was born and the date and place of this death. His son William Andrew Jackson Harrison was born 1 Oct 1855, DeKalb Co., AL. Married Rebecca Jane Mitchell ca 1888. This was second marriage; believe first marriage was to Mary Ann __________ an Indian ca 1876. William A. J. Harrison died 19 Oct 1933, Poteau, LeFlore Co., OK.

Betty Rogers, 1267 S. Quinley, Merced, CA 95340



CALDWELL

COLWELL

COWIC

ELY/ELEY

HATHAWAY

MATHESON

HARRISON

      Barzilla
      James C.

HH 3.2 - 88 Seeking descendants of James C. Harrison born 5 May 1829, died 21 Dec 1898. Buried Knox Co., OH. Son of Barzilla Harrison and Rachel Caldwell/Colwell. Also descendants of Martha Matheson, Coyrena/Cyrena Hathaway, Mary S. Eley/Ely, Ann Cowic, all wives of James C. Harrison. Resided Morrow Co. and Knox Co., OH.

Vera Salvant Harrison, 501 North George Street, West Lafayette, OH 43845


MORE HARRISON RESEARCHERS

Maxine Allen, 2302-42 N. Hillcrest, Springfield, MO 65803

Mrs. Jay Anderson, 500 East 26th St., Merced, CA 95340

K.A.Y. Blankinship, 17045 12th N.W., Seattle, WA 98177

Mrs. Lynn Hanna, 1007 Hereford St., College Station, TX 77840

Earl Harrison, Jr., 1420 Drexel Place, Charlotte, NC 28209

Richard C. Harrison, 537 Fontanoso Ave., San Jose, CA 95138

Mrs. Marsha Magley, R.F.D. 1, Bird City, KS 67731

Patricia A. Montgomery, 434 Palmer Dr., Muskogee, OK 74401

Mrs. Robert K. Schmitt, 505 High St., Kohler, WI 53044

Wayne Smith, Rt. 2, Box 229, Indian Mound, TN 37079

Mrs. Billy Thomas, Rt. 2, Box 122, Sweetwater, TX 79556


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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 author.


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