Ruth Harrison Jones, Editor and Publisher
1840 Census of Alabama
|Harrison - O'Quinn Cemetery||623|
|The Descendants of John Harrison and Mary Malone of Virginia||624|
|Smith Harrison Lineage 7th Generation||629|
|Newton County, Mississippi Marriages||635|
|Lawrence, Washington, Carroll,Coahama Mississippi Marriages||636|
|Marriage Records of Virginia||637|
|My Harrison Line by R. Harrison Jones||641|
Location: On a farm once owned by Dunbar Minor in Jefferson Co. MS. Sec. 19, T8N RTW.
Note: Richard Harrison, Revolutionary Soldier/ Ref: Family Records MS. Rev. Soldiers by Alice Tracy Welch, p. 135.
Children of Richard Harrison, listed above: Col. Philip Barbour Harrison, Richard Harrison (b. 1791), Hay Bataaile Harrison, Mabella H. Dunbar, and Caroliina Doherty, wife of Philip, b. 17 Feb 1787; d. 1 Jan 1826; bur. Harrison - O'Quinn Cem.
(As told by Joseph C. Hammond ... see query 5.3-170 for further information).
I am a Harrison descendant through my great grandmother ELIZABETH CAROLINE HARRISON, b. 7 Feb 1845 in MS; m. 10 July 1864 to Julius Belcher Daniel, b. 10 Jun 1838 in Floyd Co., KY to Thomas Danile and his third wife, Winnie Ann O'Bryant (James father). Elizabeth Harrison Daniel d. 23 May 1875 and is buried at Paris, TX. She was the d/o Samuel M. Harrison, b. 12 Jan 1820 in Humprheys Co., TN; m. 24 Jan 1841 in Lafayette or Panola Co., MS; d. 30 Jan 1869 and buried in Canna Cemetery, Van Zendt Co. TX. His wife was Sarah Goodwin, b. 1 Apr 1821 probably in HIckman Co., TN; d. Feb 1892 in Mart, TX. Her parents were Mills Goodwin and Mary Guest, b. 1797 in SC., the eldest child of William Guest and Elizabeth Barton, and granddaughter of Capt. Moses Guest who fought in the Revolutionary War at Kings Mountain. Mills Goodwin was the son of Crafford Goodwin of ST, HIckman Co., TN and Panola Co., MS.
SAMUEL M. HARRISON was s/o of BENJAMIN HARRISON and Sarah Bradley. Though Benjamin Harrison was said to be related to the Harrison Presidents, I rather doubt this as I have found no proof after much study. My Benjamin is placed as the s/o John Harrison and Mary Malone of Botetourt Co., VA and Pendleton Co. or district of SC. I rather place him as a branch of the Dining Fork Harrison family of VA which ahd a Quaker background. That is a line poorly tranced. There were a number of Harrison families in Greenville and Pendleton Co. in the period of 1785-1810 which makes it difficult to prove anything for sure.
BENJAMIN HARRISON and Sarah Bradley bore these children in SC: William, Frank, Almina, Mary Minerva; and in Humphreys Co., TN: James Marshall, Samuel M. and Betty. Almina m. James Guest; Mary Minerva m. John Stanley; Betty m. a Carnes.
Descendants of Many Lines of James Orr and Janet McClement Who Emigrated from Scotland to Norther Ireland in 1607-08.
Compiled by Ray A. Jones 1977
|HARRISON from Index|
s Represents spouse of someone in the direct line above. There are no further details on those identified with s.
HARRISON p. 28 s570
- John Pettigrew - m. Jane Frame.
- Daniel Pettigrew of Tullgirvan, m. Sarah Gray.
- Archibald Pettigrew, Jr. of Newtonards, m. Sarah Bailey,
- Catherine Pettigrew m. John McClean of Balleyknockan.
- William Orr - m Isabella Orr of Ballykeel (#336). He was b 1764.
- Elizabeth Orr - b 1772, m/1 Rev. JOSEPH HARRISON of Holywood, m/2 Samuel McIlveene, surgeon and apothecary, Holywood.
HARRISON p 48 s 1081
Descendants in Many Lines, of James Orr and Janet McClement
Who Emigrated from Scotland to Northern Ireland, ca 1607
Ray A. Jones
Compiled, printed and published by
Ray A. Jones, 3036 Noriega Street, San Francisco, CA 94122
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Copyright 1977 by Ray A. Jones. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form. Permission is herewith granted however for reproduction of brief excerpts by genealogical and historical researchers for non-commercial use, provided this book is suitably credited as the source.
HERITAGE (ISSN 0740-9001) was a family genealogical quarterly.
Published in March, June, September and December 1981-1986.
RUTH HARRISON JONES, Editor and Publisher.
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