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GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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General Historical Background 

Some First Harrisons to America 

Murder Mystery 

Insert on the Ancestry of Presidents Harrison 
Known Ancestry of the Presidents Harrison 
Unknown Possible Ancestors of the Presidents Harrison 

A Harrison Lineage 

Index 



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33-39 



Bibliography; 



Va. Mag. Hist, (especially Vols 50-55), Tyler Quarterly 
(especially Vol. 6), Settlers by the Long Grey Trail (Harrison), 
Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison (Keith), Rust Fam. Hist., 
Some Prom. Va. Fam. (Bellett), Hist. Sou. Fam. (Boddie) , 
Gen. of Fam. of the Pres. (Henry), Cav. and Pion. (Nugent), 
Tennessee Cousins (Ray), Hotten's Persons, Amherst Co., 
Va. in Rev. (Sweeny), Hist, of Monroe and Shelby Cos., 
Hist, of Henry and St. Clair Cos., Hist, of Audrain Co., 
Court records of Amherst and Patrick Cos., Va. , 
Various Va. and Mo. Cem. and Marr. Records, Beardsley 
Fam. Bible Records, Records from National Archives, Family 
Records and Meraiories. 

Compiled the years 1966-67 by Catherine Murphy 



HARRISON 



GENERAL HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 



The name Harrison is of Danish extraction: indicated by the use of the 
syllable "son" as the ending of the name. This was customary of the Danes and 
has been in constant use in England since the Danish invasion. The name is 
still found in Scandinavian countries in the original form of Arysen. 

Well down into Tudor times, closely-knit settlements of descendants of these 
restless Danish sea-rovers survived in England. They were surrounded by, 
but not absorbed into, the population of the kingdom. 

Such a conclave existed in the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland 
CountVies. To this group the Harrison family belonged. 

In the 14th century a new impulse to migrate seemed to sieze these decendants 
of Danish "pirates". In a sx^arm, they began to leave their homes. 

One branch of the Harrison family went due East and settled dovm again in what 
is now Durham and Yorkshire Counties. 

Another branch of Harrisons traveled due South and came to rest in Derbyshire 
where they soon intermarried with families of gentle birth. There had been 
Harrisons in the Royal Service at Court since the first Tudor. 

After two centuries in Derbyshire, that branch of Harrisons again split. One 
branch settled in Northhamptonshire and became knovm as "Gobion Manor" 
Harrisons. The other branch settled in and around London and became known as 
the "Goldsmith" Harrisons. 

Both branches of the Harrison family used the same coat of arms. 

By the 15th and 16th centuries, Harrisons V7ere scattered all over England. 

It is probable that John Harrison of Cambridge, with whom this booklet begins, 
was from Derbyshire and was the common ancestor of the Derbyshire, and Durham 
and/or Yorkshire Harrisons. 

The descendants herein charted were of the "Goldsmith" Harrison branch of the 
family. 



THE FIRST HARRISONS TO AMERICA 

A number of Harrisons settled Virginia in the 17th Century. The connection 
between but few of them is known. Those who emigrated before or around 1630 
apparently died without issue. 

Just because they were interesting and deserve to be remembered, a few of 
their stories are herein told. 

1. Richard Harrison, Master's Mate of Bartholomew Gilbert's expedition to 
America. Richard and Gilbert were killed by Indians. It is interesting to 
think of the brief, shining hour Richard spent on the shores of America. He 
must have been a young and personable man to have secured the coveted position 
of Master's Mate with the nephew of Sir Walter Raleigh, Bartholomew Gilbert. 
Either this or his connections in England were extremely good. The Gilbert 
family had long been noted for their sea conquests and merits. Perhaps just 
serving with a man of Gilbert's ilk was reward enough for Richard. Be that 

as it may, Richard has the doubtful distinction of being the first Harrison 
to be killed by Indians in America. Richard was related to the branch of 
Harrisons with which this booklet deals. 

2. Harmon Harrison came to the colonies about 1608. Harmon probably died of 
yellow fever and lies in some unmarked grave. He was born in Holland but of a 
family descended from the Colchester, Essex County, England, Harrisons. He 
came to Jamestown in the ship "Gift of God". It has been assumed he died 
without a family but a Harnnon Harrison showed up in records of North Carolina 
later on - possibly he lived longer than was originally thought. 

3. James Harrison, Ensign. At that time, the rank of Ensign was applied to 
the British Army, not the navy. James lived in Virginia from 1618 to 1622. 
He married Anne Oliffe who came to Virginia in 1618 at age thirteen. James 
was killed in the Indian Massacre. Anne escaped. Fifty-two people were killed 
in the particular massacre, including women and children. The colonists were 
caught unprepared as the Indians showed outward signs of friendship and 
hospitality. Anne later married Justinian Cooper. 

4. George Harrison lived in Virginia six years and died in 1624. George was 
the brother of Sir John Harrison and they were sons of William Harrison of 
Lancaster, England. George was in the England jail on a charge of horse stealing 
(knew there had to be one!). Horse stealing was a serious crime in those days. 
Through the influence of his brother, John, his sentence of hanging was reduced 
to bandishment to the colonies never to return. He was undoubtedly financed 

by Sir John as he soon was a man of influence and means in Virginia. He married 
Margaret Fanshawe. George escaped the Indian Massacre that took so many 
colonists. He seemed to have a very disagreeable disposition as he was in 
several court suits with his neighbors. After a violent quarrel with Captain 
Richard Stephens, which resulted in a duel, George died of wounds. George and 
Sir John were also related to the Harrisons charted in this booklet. 

5. Ralph Harrison, of the Staffordshire Harrisons. Ralph, too, survived the 
Indian Massacre but died in Elizabeth City, Va. , in 1623. A plague was rampant 
then; probably the cause of his death. 



A MURDER MYSTRY 

There is absolutely no excuse for this story except no booklet is complete 
without a murder mystry. 

A William Harrison (older brother of Benjamin Harrison of "Gobion Manor") at 
age 70, walked out one day to collect the rents from his estate. He just 
didn't come back. This was in 1660 in England. 

His servant, John Perry, appeared the next morning telling a confused story of 
being waylayed and robbed. 

Edward Harrison, William's son, accused the Perry family of murdering his father. 
Mrs. Joan Perry, John, and another son were executed; she as a witch. 

Two years later, William came back and told an involved story of being 
attacked, wounded, robbed and put aboard a Turkish ship and sold as a slave. 
William escaped and, after many adventures and hardships^made his way home. 

History generally agrees that Edward procured his father's abduction in order 
to reap the fruits of his stewardship. 



INSERT ON THE ANCESTRY OF PRESIDENTS HARRISON 



The ancestry of William Henry Harrison, 9th President of the United States, 
and his grandson, Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President of the United States, 
has never been settled to the satisfaction of historians. 

There are many claims, counter-claims, opinions and stories - none of which 
can be proved beyond question. 

That a relationship existed between the Presidents branch of the Harrison 
family and the branch about which this booklet is written is not questioned. 
How it existed is open for argument . 

A direct descent is not possible. This is well documented. The relationship 
is distant and finds its base in England, not America. 

Just as a matter of interest, a brief history of the known ancestry of the 
Presidents follows: and some theories on the unknoxjn ancestry. 



KNOWN ANCESTRY OF THE PRESIDENTS HARRISON 



Benjamin Harrison came to Virginia before 3/15/1633-3A; when he was signed as 
Clerk of the Council. He was young - in his thirties - and a well educated 
man. He was said to have a brother. Some say the brother's name was Peter, 
some say Richard. Some say the brother came to the colonies and some say he 
stayed in England. Anyway, Benjamin married Mary. Mary's last name is 
questionable also. The Flood family seems to have the most evidence to back 
up a claim to her. 

Benjamin, Clerk of the Council, and Mary had two sons: Ben j amin and Peter. 
Benjamin died about 16A5 and his widow, Mary, married Benjamin Sidway of 
Surry County. They had one son, Thomas Sidway. Mary's will, dated 3/1687-88, 
mentioned only her sons Benjamin Harrison and Thomas Sidway. Evidently Peter 
died young without issue. 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin and Mary, was bom 9/20/1645 and died 1/30-1712-13. 
He married Hannah, bom 2/13/1651-52, died 2/16/1698-99. They had children: 
Sarah, Benj amin , Nathaniel, Hannah and Henry. 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin and Hannah, was born about 1673, and died 1710. He 
married Elizabeth Burwell, daughter of Lewis Burwell. Elizabeth died 1734, age 
57. Their children: Benj amin , Elizabeth, and Nathaniel. 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin and Elizabeth, died 1744. He married Anne Carter, 
daughter of Robert Carter. He and Anne had nine children: the third child 
was Benjamin . 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin and Anne, was bom 1726, died 1791. He was one of X 
the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He married Elizabeth Bassett. 
They had seven children; the youngest was William Henry . 

William Henry, son of Benjamin and Elizabeth , was bom 2/9/1773 and died 
4/4/1841 while President of the United States. He married Anna Symmes, 
daughter of John C. Symmes. They had ten children; the fifth child was 
John Scott . 

John Scott, son of William Henry and Anna, was born 4/4/1804, and died 5/1878. 
He married Elizabeth Irwin. They had nine children; the second child was 
Benjamin . 

Benjamin, son of John Scott and Elizabeth, was bom 8/20/1833, and died 3/13/1901, 
He married Caroline Lavina Scott and they had two children. Russell Benjamin 
and Mary. Caroline died while Benjamin was 23rd President of the United States. 
After Caroline's death, Benjamin married a widow, Mrs. Dimmick, and had one 
child: Elizabeth. 



UNKNOWN POSSIBLE ANCESTORS OF THE PRESIDENTS HARRISON 

Since Benjatnln Harrison, Clerk of the Council of Virginia in 1634, is the 
earliest certainly kno\im ancestor of the Presidents, his identity is the one 
in question and the identity of a possible brother. 

1. One theory is that this Benjamin Harrison was the son of the regicide. 
General Thomas Harrison, who was instrumental in the beheading of King 
Charles I of England; and who xjas himself beheaded later on, Charles 

P» Keith in his book, "Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison" discredits this by 
proving General Thomas Harrison was a contemporary of the Benjamin who 
emigrated to America. Any son of General Thomas Harrison's would have 
been too young to qualify for Clerk of the Council in 1634. These two 
Harrisons were, however, related. 

2. A Rev. Joseph Harrison brought this tradition to New York early in the 
19th Century; Four brothers from Yorkshire, England, emigrated to 
America during the reign of Charles I. They v;ere: Thomas, Richard, 
Benjamin, and Nathaniel Harrison. A fifth brother, Edward, a member of 
the Clergy, remained in England. Nothing has been found to connect this 
family \<r±th Benjamin, Clerk of the Council in Virginia. There were 
Harrisons of the same names in America at that time, but they were 
accounted for and living in different parts of the country. 

3. There was a Benjamin Harrison of Aldham, England, considered a possibility. 
He was the son of Rev. Francis Harrison who died in 1632. Benjamin of 
Aldham had brothers: John of London and William. Records show that six 
years after Rev. Francis died, his widov; and sons Uilliam and Benjamin 
were living in Ipswich, England. Benjamin of Aldham had a son, Benjamin, 
but he was too young to be Clerk of the Council in 1634. 

4. J.H. Harrison, in his book, "Settlers by the Long Grey Trail", tells of 
three brothers who lived and died in England* John, Benjamin and Thomas, 

The brother Thomas, bom 1695, married Hannah Morrison and had six sons: 
John, Benjamin, Thomas, Samuel, Daniel and James, All the sons came to 
America. All enlisted in the Revolutionary War. All had families except 
Thomas, Jr. All but John and Thomas, Jr., were killed in the war. 

The brother Benjamin had sons: Benjamin and Robert; both sons came to 
America. Robert settled in Maryland and had a son. Governor Robert 
Harrison of Maryland. Benjamin settled in Virginia and is said by some 
county histories (History of Audrain County, Mo., for one) to be the 
ancestor of the Presidents. 

VJhile Harrisons of this name did all these things, their claim to the 
ancestry of the Presidents Harrison is late in time and not recognized 
by authorities. 



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5. Worth S. Ray, in his book "Tennessee Cousins", thinks Benjamin Harrison, 
Clerk of the Council, was son of Richard Harrison, the Master's Mate v;ho 
was killed in 1603 by Indians on the Virginia coast. Richard left money 
with a brother, Peter Harrison of Warmington, only for a son, Peter. No 
mention was made of a son, Benjamin. There is a strange coincidence to 
back up Worth S. Ray's claim. Richard Harrison married Margaret Pilkington. 
A Margaret Pilkington and her husband, William, were found living next to 
Benjamin Harrison, Clerk of the Council, in Virginia - as a mother or a 
close relative, would follow to a new covmtry and settle nearby. 

Francis Burton Harrison, writer and scholar, soent many years in England attempt- 
ing to solve the mystery of the identity of Benjamin Harrison, Clerk of the 
Council. He submitted possible answers: 

6. There was a family of Harrisons of Stationer Company of London. One member 
of this family, John, left a will in 1612 and mentioned four sons: John, 
Philip, Josias, and Benjamin. Of all the members of this family and of all 
of John's Sons, Benjamin is the only one who did not appear later in the 
records of the Stationer Company of London as apprentice or freeman. As a 
member of this company, this Benjamin would have been a well educated man 
as was Benjamin of Virginia. 

John, the son, left a will in 1652 in which he mentioned an "unkind son, 
Richard", who left him in old age to go to America. This Richard was 
Identified as Richard Harrison of New Haven, Conn. Some authorities claim 
this Richard was the brother of Benjamin, Clerk of the Council in Virginia. 
This Harrison family was related to the Cambridge Harrisons. 

7. Many authorities believe that Benjamin Harrison, Clerk of the Council in 
Virginia, had a brother, Peter, who was Clerk of the Peace in Cambridge, 
England, in 1632. 

This Peter, Clerk of the Peace in Cambridge, was bom in 1607 in Belton Co., 
Rutlandshire, England. He married Eleanor Ryvers in Cambridge in 1627-8. 
A daughter, Ellen, was bom 1630 and a son, George in 1632-3. North 
Harrison, grandson of John of Cambridge, assisted Peter to this appointment 
as Clerk of the Peace. 

Peter Harrison of Wamiington left a will in 1605 . In this will were 
mentioned sons John and Peter; a daughter, Eleanor; and Peter, son of 
Richard Harrison, deceased. 

In 1632, Eleanor, by then widow of the Bishop of Ross, wrote the Privy 
Council of England with complaints about Irish land grants and also stated 
that her nephew , Peter Harrison, Clerk of the Peace of Cani>ridge, had 
improperly withheld funds from her. 

These children of Peter of Warmington are interesting and their stories are 
worth the telling: 



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The elder son, John Harrison, was Governor of Bermuda in 1623. In about 1600, 
he was with the ill-fated Earl of Essex in the campaign against Ireland. The 
Earl of Essex returned to England in six months to lose his head under Queen 
Elizabeth. John, however, stayed three full years and returned on the ascession 
of King James to the throne. John entered the service of James' eldest son. 
Prince Henry, and stayed with him ten years until the death of Prince Henry. 
After this time, John became acting Governor of Bermuda. John was either very 
careless or a poor judge of money matters as he returned to England in debt and 
never recovered his fortunes. As a man of influence, however, in Bermuda, John 
would have been influential in obtaining the post of Clerk of the Council in 
Virginia for a son or kinsman. 

The younger son, Peter Harrison II of Hindley Co., Lancaster, was born 1591 and 
died 1673. He \<ras t\jice married; the first time to Elizabeth Ash ton who died 
1626-7. Peter x<ras an attorney and sent all four of his sons to the University 
of Cambridge. After Peter's death, his trjo older sons by Elizabeth, sued their 
step-mother for a larger share of their father's estate. Soon after this, the 
two sons, Peter and John, removed to Virginia. The one son, Peter, was identi- 
fied as Rev. Peter Harrison of Cheadle. He was born 1615 and would have been 
too young to have been Clerk of the Peace in 1632 . 

The daughter, Eleanor (Ellen) Harrison, like her brother, John, entered court 
service and attended the frivolous Queen of King James. She subsequently 
married David Lindsay, Bishop of Ross, as his second wife. The Bishop of Ross 
had sons by his first marriage. One, David Lindsay, later became Rev. David 
Lindsay of Lancaster Co., Va. Eleanor and the Bishop lived at an outpost and, 
when people visited (as they and their servants were wont to do in those days) , 
there was no place further to go - so they just stayed and ate the Bishop and 
Eleanor out of house and home. Eleanor urged the Bishop to ask the King for 
aid. The Bishop was genuinely fond of King James; having fought with him in 
his youth, accompanied the King to claim his bride, and baptized the little 
Prince Charles - later to become the unhappy King Charles I of England, Bishop 
Ross was reluctant to make demands of his King: so Eleanor petitioned for land 
grants in Ireland. The King refused but later granted the Bishop's oldest son, 
Sir Jerome Lindsay, vast lands in Ireland. By 1613 the old Bishop was dead. 
Some twenty years later, Eleanor bombarded the Privy Council; reciting the story 
of the Irish land grants and complaining about her nephew, Peter Harrison, Clerk 
of the Peace in Cambridge. 

So - Eleanor's brother, Peter Harrison II of Hindley, had a son, Peter, but he 
was too young to be Clerk of the Peace in 1632. Richard Harrison, the Master's 
Mate killed by Indians, had a son, Peter, but Richard was thought too old to be 
another brother of Eleanor's; thus precluding his son, Peter, from the position 
of Eleanor's nephew. By process of elimination, this leaves only John of 
Bermuda as the father of Peter, Clerk of the Peace in Cambridge and, if 
tradition is to be believed, the father of Benjamin, Clerk of the Council of 
Virginia and ancestor of Presidents Harrison. 



8. IJhen the Derbyshire branch of Harrisons split, one branch became known as 
"Gobion Manor" Harrisons and the other branch became the "Goldsmith" 
Harrisons. A descendant of Stephen Harrison of Westmoreland Co., Thomas 
Harrison, married Elizabeth Bernard. This was in the time of King Henry VIII. 
Thomas and Elizabeth were "Gobion Manor" Harrisons and had seven sons: 
Thomas, Jonathan, Joseph, William, Richard, Francis, and Benjamin. After 
Thomas died, Elizabeth married one Henry Travel of Wan-zick and the family 
seemed to disappear. The one son, the youngest, was born in December of 1594. 
In 1628, a Benjamin Harrison in Bermuda signed a "Poor Planters' Petition" 
along with other planters including a Robert Harrison, possible son of 
North Harrison. All evidence points to the fact that this Benjamin was the 
son of Thomas and Elizabeth of "Gobion Manor". Dr. Alexander Brovm and 
Charles P. Keith both agree that the Benjamin who signed the petition in 
Bermuda was the same Benjamin who shov7ed up in Virginia a few years later 
and became the Clerk of the Council and the ancestor of the Presidents 
Harrison. 

Take your choice of any of these stories. One nice thing is - no one, at this 
writing, can prove you are wrong! 



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HARRISON 

I JOHN HARRISON - of St. Andrews, Cambridge, England. His will was recorded in 
1538. In the portion of this will that is known, only one son is identified 
vrith certainty: Peter. 

Children: 

1. PETER HARRISON - Died 1593. 

2. *Hugh - This was Sir Hugh Harrison, curate of Wilmslow Parish in 1548-50. 

One of his sons, Peter, was alive in 1584. At that time, Peter was made 
heir of Hugh's brother's widow, Elizabeth. 

3. *George - His will was recorded in 1582. He married Elizabeth and they 

lived in St. Andrew Holbom. Elizabeth made her vjill on 8/13/1584 in which 
she left property in London to Peter Harrison, son of her deceased husband's 
brother, Hugh. It is assumed George and Elizabeth v/ere childless. 

*Hugh and George Harrison were definitely brothers and were probably sons of John: 
if not, certainly his nephews. 

Hugh had at least one son, Peter. It is thought that this x^ias the Peter who lived 
for a time in London and later in Warmington. He married Margery. Margery's 
last name may have been Legh or Molineaux as in Peter's v/ill he mentioned his 
brother-in-law, Mr. Legh, Rector of Standish; and also gave an inheritance received 
from William Molineaux, gent., to Margery. 

This will of Peter of Warmington, made in 1605, is most interesting in light of 
family relationships. In this will, Peter mentioned his elder son, John 
(identified as John Harrison who was Governor of Bermudas in 1623), his son, 
Peter (identified as Peter Harrison II of Hindley) and a daughter, Eleanor (Ellen) 
(identified as the second wife of David Lindsay, Bishop of Ross). There also was 
mention of another Peter Harrison, son of Richard Harrison, deceased. 

Just v^fhat relation this Richard was to Peter of Warmington was not stated in the 
will. It is thought they were brothers as Richard would seem too old to be 
another son. A close relationship, surely, as Richard entrusted Peter of 
Warmington with money for his son, Peter. 

This Richard Harrison is identified as the one who married Margaret Pilkington 
at Standish in Lancashire in 1583. He was Master's Mate of Bartholomew Gilbert's 
expedition to the Nev? England coast. In a search for the lost colonists of 
Roanoke Island, Richard and Bartholomew were killed by Indians on the coast of 
what is now Virginia. This was in 1603; four years before the founding of 
Jamestown. 



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TT PETER HARRISON - Died 1593. Peter lived in Cambridge although his son, William, 
vKis bom at Swavesey in Cambridgeshire. Only two of Peter's sons are definitely 
established: William and Peter of Swavesey. 

Children: 

1. William - His will, dated 4/1/1620, mentioned his brother, Peter of Swavesey, 
and Peter's children. William also mentioned his o\m son, John, and left 

a legacy to John if he returned '"from beyond the seas" within five years. 
William was an attorney for the Toxto of Cambridgeshire. Along with North 
Harrison (either his brother or his cousin) , he was church warden of Great 
St. Mary, Cambridge, for many years. 

2. Peter - Lived at Swavesey. It is known he had a family. 

3. *North - Served as Toxim Clerk in Cambridge and as church warden at Great 

St. Mary, Cambridge. In 1628, North was influential in obtaining an 
appointment as Clerk of the Peace in Cambridge for young Peter Harrison, 
nephew of Eleanor, wife of the Bishop of Ross. TT^70 of North's sons went 
to Virginia and one, possibly, to Bermuda. 

4. ANTHONY HARRISON - Bom 1563 at Over. 

There may have been other children. 

*North Harrison was definitely the grandson of John of Cambridge. It is most 
likely he was the son of Peter of Cambridge but he may have been a nephew. 



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III ANTHONY HARRISON - Bom 1563 at Over. Sx,7avGsey and Over adjoin one another 
and Anthony was bom while Peter of Cambridge x;as living in Swavesey. It 
is knoT-m they were related; probably son, possibly a nephew. All members 
of this family designated themselves as "gent." Anthony did likewise. 
Anthony was a lawyer and, as such, wrote and was remembered in, the Xi/ill 
of a Thomas Cropley in 1608. It is highly probable there was a relationship 
through marriage between the Harrisons and the Crop leys. Francis Burton 
Harrison, an authority on the Harrison family, commented that this branch of 
Harrisons was noted for its strict sense of piety and nonconformity. 

Children: 

1. ANTHONY HARRISON - to Virginia by 1650. 

There were undoubtedly other children. 



Note: It is very difficult to be sure of the exact relationship of this family. 
Related they all were but the degree sometimes is in question. 






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IV ANTHONY HARRISON - To Virginia by 1650. Anthony was in Northumberland Co., 
VA. in 1653, but he may have arrived in the colonies much earlier. He was 
induced to come or came with Samuel Bonnam. They may have been related 
through inter-marriage of the Harrison-Rust-Bonnam families. Decendants of 
• Thomas Cropley and other families related to the Harrisons in England - the 
Raynes, the Dinleys and the Tomlinsons - were found living around and about 
Anthony in Virginia. 

Children: 

1. RICHARD HARRISON - Patented lands in 1664. 

2. Andrew - Died 1686, He married Thomasin Rayne, widov/ of Rowland Rayne 
^^7ho died in Accomac Co., Va., in 1639-40. Thomasin had a son, Andrew 
Rayne, by Roi<rland. Andrev; and Thomasin lived in VJestmoreland Co., Va. 
Children: 

(A) Robert - Bom 10/23/1674. 

(B) William - Bom 5/14/1677. 

(C) Anne - Born 1/25/1679. 

(D) There were probably three other sons: Andrew, Thomas and John. 

Note: There may have been other children of Anthony's. At least one authority 
believes there were two other sons: George and James. 

More authorities agree that George, at least, v/as the son of John Harrison v;ho 
came to Westmoreland Co., Va,, in 1654 with his brother. Dr. Jeremiah and 
Dr. Jeremiah's wife, the former Frances Wingreave. John and Jeremiah were sons 
of Henry Harrison of St. Nicholas, Colchester, England. They were related to 
Anthony; although they were "Gobion Manor" rather than "Goldsmith" Harrisons. 
Dr. Jeremiah bought land in Queen's Creek, York Co., Va., near his close kinsmen 
but he did not live long. His v7idow, Frances, married Giles Brent as his second 
wife. There was no issue either marriage. George married and had children: 
Samuel, Thomas, George (married Anne Rust), John, William, James and Peter 
Willoughby Harrison. 

James married Elizabeth Mott, vjidow of George Mott, in 1664 and lived in Richmond 
Co., Va. Much evidence can be gathered to sunport the probability that James was 
another son of Anthony's rather than a descendant of John's; this through 
association and inter-marriage x^ith knovm family friends of Anthony's branch of 
the Harrison family. Known children of James and Elizabeth: 

(A) Jael - Died 1733. Married(l) William Williams who died in 1712 and 
lived in Essex Co., Va. Jael married (2) Richard Johnson who died 
1726 and lived in Spotsylvania Co., Va. Jael left the plantation in 
Spotsylvania to her son, James Williams. 

(B) Robert - Married Mary and died 1720. 

(C) Andrew - Born 1685, died 1730. Married (1) Mary Ball Rosier, widOT7 
of John Rosier, Jr., in 1706. Married (2) Mary Lovell (bom 1699, 
died 1745), daughter of Robert Idvcll and the former Ursula Nicholas. 
Mary married Christopher Erdington as his second wife after Andrew's 
death. Andrew had tx/elve children in all; most of them lived in 
Albemarle Co., Va. 



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V RICHARD HARRISON - Patented lands in 1664. These lands were in New Kent County 
on the Mattaponi River and a branch of Dragon Swamp; one of whose headrights 
was a son, Andrew. Very little else is known abjut Richard. Records were few 
in those days and not many survived the years. 

Children: 

1. ANDREW HARRISON - Will 1718. 



Note: There were probably other children. Lack of court records of Richard would 
indicate that he probably died rather young; before he had many children. 



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VI ANDREW HARRISON - Will 1718. Andrew lived in the Rappahonnock Valley by 1704 
in St. Mary's Parish, Essex County, Va. He married Eleanor. 

Children: 

1. ANDREW HARRISON - Died 1752. 

2. Elizabeth - Married Thomas Munday. Children: 

(A) John . 

(B) Harrison. 

(C) Edmund - Married Ruth. Moved to Mercer Co., Ky. , and had children: 
Harrison, Thomas, William, James and Reuben Munday. 

3. Margaret - Married Gabreil Long. Children: 

(A) Henry. 

(B) Edward. 

(C) Phillip. 

(D) Richard. 

(E) William. 

(F) Gabreil - Married Miss Kirtley, Culpepper Co., Va. , and had at least 
one son: Nicholas Long of Halifax Co., N.C. 

4. William - Married Hannah Christopher, daughter of William Christopher. 
Children: 

(A) Andrew - Married Jane Dillard in 1759. 

(B) Charles. 

(C) Benjamin - Married Pricilla Gary. 

(D) Thomas . 

(E) Margaret . 

(F) James. 

(G) William - Married (1) Jane and (2) Mary Gray. His will found in 
Prince Edvjard Co., Va., in 1765. His children: 

(a) Jane - Married Dave Ellington. 

(b) Andrew. 

(c) Christopher - Married a Shelton. 

(d) James . 

(e) Benjamin. 

(f) Charles. 

(g) William - Married Phoebe Smith. 

(h) Abner - Married Jane Sims of Henry Co., Va. He moved to Orange 

Co., N.C. and was prominent in Revolutionary War days. 

Children: 

(aa) William - Born 1787. 

(bb) Ignatius - Born 1789. 

(cc) Reuben - Bom 1792. 

(dd) Rachel - Bom 1794. Married Thomas Cain of Jefferson Co., 
Tenn., in 1811. 

(ee) Jane - Born Person Co., N.C, in 1796. Married Abraham 
Lillard, Dalton, Ga. 

(ff) Benjamin - Bom 1801. 

(gg) Abner - Bom 1803. His children: Philadelphia (married 
Joel Yancey Cain), Martha (married a Cain), Susan 
(married Comelius Cain), Isaac, Rachel Ann (married 
Melville Russell Jones of Saline Co., Ark., and parents of 
William Mattison Jones, Austin, Texas), William, Jacob, 
Joseph, and Sarah. 

(hh) James - Born 1805. 

(ii) Samuel - Bom 1812. 



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16 

V ANDREW HARRISON - Died 1752. Married Elizabeth Battaile, daughter of John 
Battaile and the former Elizabeth Smith. The Battailes and Harrisons were 
neighbors and close friends. Andrew Xi7as a witness to the v/ill of John Battaile 
in 1707 and in 1708 became the guardian of Elizabeth x^ho was under age. The 
Longs, Whites, and Taliaferros seemed to li-ve nearby and inter-married. This 
was in Essex Co., Va. 

Children: 

1. Charles - Bom 1717. Married Sarah Smithers who was alive in 1753. They 
lived in St. Thomas Parish, Orange Co., Va., until 1758 and then moved to 
Pennsylvania. The burial ground of many of these Harrisons is on John 
Sterling's farm in Green Tovmship. Fayette Co., Pa. Their children: 

(A) John - Born Orange Co., Va., in 1754, died Louisville, Ky., in 1821. 
Lived in Pennsylvania with his father. When in 1776, war broke out, 
John took his father's gun and joined Capt . John Stevenson's Rifle 
Regiment. He became a Major and served in the battles of Brandy\i7ine, 
Germantown and Monmouth. He spoke the Delaware Indian language as 
V7ell as French and served in Dunmore's Campaign against the Shaxmees. 
He later went to Kentucky with his cousin, Benjamin, son of Lawrence. 
There he married Mary Ann Johnston, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Johnston 
on their estate now known as Cave Hill Cemetery. Five children: 

(a) Sophia Johnston - Bom 1788. Married Robert A, New. 

(b) Benjamin Johnston - Bom 1790. Married a Miss Crane. 

(c) Charles Larkin - Born 1793. Married Ameii'ia Oldham. 
He was an Ensign in War of 1812. 

(d) John Pollard) - Born 1796. Became a doctor and married 
Mary Warner. 

(e) James - Bora 1799, died 1892. Married (1) Eunice Overstreet, 
(2) Susan Howard and (3) Virginia CarXlet McGrain. 

(B) Elizabeth - Died before 1808. She married William Schooler of Bowling 
Green, Va., and lived in BrOTmsville, Pa. La'^er they moved to 
Harrison Co., Ky. Six children: 

(a) Benjamin - Bom 1780 in Pennsylvania. Lived in Logan Co., Ohio, 
v;here he died in 1837. Captain in War of 1812. Married three 
times- one wife was Margaret Jones of Cynthiana, Ky. Twelve 
children. 

(b) John - Born 1782 in Pennsylvania. Married Jane Nevjall of 
Cynthiana, Ky. Moved to Logan Co., Ohio, and then to Montgomery 
Co., Ind., and finally to Hennej(pin, 111., where he died in 1839. 
Served in the War of 1812. Two children: Hugh and William 
Schooler. 

( (c) Elizabeth - Bom 1784 in Pennsylvania. Married Lewis Jones of 

Cynthiana, Ky., in 1801. His estate was settled in Harrison Co., 
Ky., in 1856. Eight children. 

(d) William - Born 1790 in Harrison Co., Ky., died Bartholomew Co., 
Ind. Buried at the Old Homestead granted Harrisons in 1820. 
Married Elizabeth Stump of Cynthiana, Ky. Eight children. 

(e) Charles - Married in 1809 Tampa Jones in Cynthiana, Ky., 
Removed to Logan Co., Ohio. Served in War of 1812. Later moved 
to Boone Co., Ind. That land still o\<nied by his descendants. 
Died 1842. Left eight children. 

(f) Richard - Bom 1791, Harrison Co., Kv., died Burlington, Iowa. 
Married in 1816 Lear Scott of Cynthiana, Ky. 



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V ANDREVJ HARRISON - Died 1752. (Continued) 
Children: 

1. Charles - Bom 1717. (Continued) 

(C) Nicholas - Lived Fayette Co., Pa., and then Cynthiana, Ky. 
Married in 1796 ,- Isabelle Curry and moved to Logan Co., Ohio. 
Eight children. 

(D) Robert - Original lot o\mcv in Cynthiana, Ky. Married Rebecca. 
They were parents of Cynthia and Ann for whom Cynthiana, Ky., 
x^7as named. Suqsequently, they moved to Ohio. 

(E) Sarah. 

(F) Charles, Jr. - Was surveyor Tax Water Course, Ohio River and Eagle 
Creek in 1792. 

2. Lawrence - Married Catherine who died 1836 in Kentucky. They lived in 
Orange and Frederick Cos., Va., and Bedford (now Fayette) Co., Pa. 
Most of their children moved to Kentucky. 

(A) Catherine - Married Col. Isaac Meason. 

(B) Benjamin - Married schoolteacher, Mary Nex^all, who died in 1812. 
Benjamin was bom in Virginia in 1750, and died in Washington Co., 
Mo., in 1808. Lived Fayette Co., Pa., and Cynthiana, Ky. Retired 
with rank of Major from the Revolutionary War. Settled in Bourbon 
Co., Ky., and was a delegate at Danville v^/hen the Constitution of 
Kentucky formed Harrison Co., Ky., which is named for him. Benjamin, 
along with his brothers, Lawrence and William, surveyed Cynthiana, 
Ky., and New Madrid, Mo. Children: 

(a) Robert - Bom about 1769 in Fayette Co., Pa., and killed at 
River Raisin, War of 1812. Married Isabell Hodges in 1806. 
Isabell later married William McCall. Four daughters and one 
son, Joseph^ by Robert Harrison. 

(b) VJilliam - Bom 1781, in Pennsylvania and accompanied parents to 
Missouri in 1802 and settled in Crawford Co., Mo. Married in 
1798 to Nancy Ann Miller of Cynthiana, Ky. Nine sons and two 
daughters . 

(c) Mary - Married Charles C. Swan. 

(d) Jane - Married in 1795, William Hinkston of Cynthiana, Ky., and 
jBoved to. Missouri with parents. 

(e) Julian. 

(f) Lawrence - Moved to Missouri x7ith parents. 

(g) Battaile - Bom 1780 at Sv/eet Briar, Amherst Co., Va. Died 
Fayette Co., Ohio, 1857. Did not go with parents to Missouri 
simply because he had measles and V7as ill. He was left with 
his Uncle William who raised him. He was an attorney and 
Adjutant General of Belmont Co., Ohio. Battaile served in the 
War of 1812, with William Henry Harrison, President of the 
United States, and they became close friends. He m.arried 
Elizabeth Scott and had six children. One son, Scott, was 
father of Dr. William Harrison. President William Henry 
Harrison named one of his sons John Scott. 

(h) Catherine - Married Andrev/ Miller. 

(i) Aristides - Lived in Washington Co., Mo. Married Catherine 

Litton on 2/12/1831. He was an officer during and after the 

Revolutionary War. 

(C) Battaile - Married Frances Tinsley, daughter of John Tinsley on 
11/17/1792. 



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V ANDREW HARRISON -Died 1752. (Continued) 
Children: 

2. Laxi7rence - Married Catherine. (Continued) 

(D) William - Lived in Tyrone To\7nship, Fayette Co., Pa. Married Sarah 
Crawford, daughter of Col. William Crawford. William attained the 
rank of Major in the Revolutionary Army. In 1782, Col. Cravjford 
led troops against the Wyandotte and Moravian Indians. Major 
William Harrison served with him. Col. Crawford was killed and 
William was burned at the stake by the Indians. Thus Sarah lost 
her husband and father in one encounter. William and Sarah had at 
least one daughter, Sally, who married Peter Journey. Sally and 
Peter Journey had at least one daughter, Nancy, v7ho married Daniel 
McKinnori . 

(E) La^,;rence, Jr. - Bom in Virginia. Died 11/12/1833, in Urbana, Ohio. 
He was a Lieutenant in the Revolutionary Army and made trips down 
the Mississippi to New Orleans for gunpowder. Lawrence lived in 
Kentucky for a time and married Mary Allison of Bourbon Co., Ky., 

on 2/19/1788. Mary was bom on 2/24/1769 and was the daughter of 
Charles Allison who died on 10/10/1787. Children: 

(a) Charles - Born 11/21/1788. 

(b) Benjamin - Born 5/5/1791, died 2/5/1796. 

(c) Francena - Bom 12/21/1795, died 5/15/1831. 

(d) William Battailc - Bom 9/27/1796. He lived in Campbell Co., 
Ky., in 1851. 

(e) John - Bom 5/21/1798. Lived in Cass Co., Ind., in 1851. 

(f) Catty Griffin - Bom 11/8/1801, Married Robert Ellis of Logan 
Co., Ind. 

(g) Reuben Campbell - Bom 2/2/1805. Lived Miami Co., Ind. 
(h) Medford - Born 11/18/1808, died 7/22/1822. 

(i) Mary - Bom 7/2/1812, died 7/30/1832. 

(F) Elizabeth - Married John Dawson, son of George Dawson of Brownville, 
Pa. Lived in Urbana, Ohio. Nine children; five sons and four 
daughters . 

(G) Mary - Bom 1761, died 2/7/1836. Married Captain Thomas L. Moore, 
son of John Moore of Ireland. Thomas was bom in Kent Co., Md., 
in 1745, and died 10/20/1823, in Harrison Co., Ky. He x^as buried 
with Mary at Pointdexter Village near Cynthiana, Ky. Thomas was 

a First Lieutenant in Captain Benjamin Harrison's 13th Virginia 
Regiment and, subsequently was made Captain under Cols. William 
Russell and John Gibson. A knovTuson was Benjamin Moore. There may 
have been another son, Thomas Moore, Jr., who married Sarah Lillard 
of Kentucky . 

3. BATTAILa HARRISON - -Married Frances I'Jhite. 

4. John - Married Sarah Daniel and lived in St. Thomas Parish, Orange Co., 
Va. Died in 1762-3 in Culpepper Co., Va. John probably moved North to 
Pennsylvania with his brothers when the inducement of land was offered 
there. Children: James, John (married Nancy Greer), Andrew, Richard, 
Isham, Mary, Martha, Elizabeth (married Richard Daniel), Ann (married 
William Daniel) . There may have been another son, William^ v/ho married 
sisters Letty and Rebecca Greer, daughters of Samuel Greer of Nelson Co., 
Ky. 



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VI CATTAILE HARRISON - Married Frances White. Frances v/as the daughter of 

Daniel IThite of Culpepper Co., Va. They lived in Amherst Co., Va., on Harris 
Creek. Battaile's will was dated 12/3/1775, and proved 10/7/1776. Frances 
was alive at the tirae of Battaile's death. 

Children: 

1. Reuben - Married Peggy 

2. John - Married Sarah (Sally) Ellis. 

3. RICHARD - Lived in Patrick Co., Va. 

4. VJilliam - Moved to Moqroe Co., Tenn. Children: 

(A) Thomas . 

(B) James . 

(C) Winnifred. 

(D) Mary. 

(E) John 

(F) Calvin - This probably vjas the Calvin v/ho moved to Monroe Co., Mo., 
around 1830. He was mentioned in the will of William Talley as 

the husband of William and India's deceased daughter, Elizabeth, in 
Monroe Co., Mo. There is a record of the marriage of :Calvin 
Harrison and Margaret Martin on 3/1/1840, in Monroe Co., Mo. 

(G) William. 
(H) Nancy. 
(I) Alfred. 
(J) Michael. 
(K) Matilda. 

5. Frances (Frankey) - Married Richard Lee on 12/4/1780 . 

6. Elizabeth (Betty) - Married William Tinsley. 

7. James - There are conflicting stories on James. One story is that he 
moved to Buckingham Co., Va. , and served in the Revolutionary War and 
died unmarried. The other story is that he married Jane Todd and lived 
in Jefferson Co., Tenn., and had at least two sons - James and John - 
of Loudon Co . , Tenn 



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VII RICHARD HARRISON - Lived in Patrick Co., Va. Richard married Susannah 
U,e^e. ftjcfcer, daughter of Francis Tucker, also of Patrick Co., Va. Richard's 
will was dated 6/16/1816, and proved June 1820. Susannah's estate 
was settled August 1832. Richard entered the Revolutionary V/ar on 
12/14/1776, for a period of three years. On 12/19/1778, he was at 
Camp Middle Brook under Captain Clough Shelton's Company of Foot 
belonging to the 6th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. William Russell. 
On 12/12/1789, he was Captain of Amherst Militia. Evidently, he rose 
in rank as, in his will, he was referred to as Major Richard Harrison. 
Richard was evidently a man of some means and influence as he had many 
slaves and choice lands. The land was on the .beadi^aters of Mill Creek 
on the South Waters of the creek. His son, Francis B. Harrison, later 
inherited part of this land and bought up the rest. 

Children: 

1. George - Born 1776. -Married Mary. 7 Early in 1830, George and his 
/ p. family moved to land South of Old Vandalia, Marion Co., 111. A 

I tvAhfic., ,^y baby, Sarah Jane, was bom en route. She later married Absalon 
9r.^rar\d^w.+her- Steele, born 1820, and son of William and Jane Steele of Carlysle, 
b i^^T, r&hn. jj^j^^ ^j^g j.j.^p ^^^^ Patrick Co., Va., to Illinois via Tennessee 
C/^£-o ae-fsu&, (-o visit brother, William, took three months. George had other 
marr. r ^ '"^-^i, ^ children but the only other known son was Benjamin. This family 
"* '^ ' ' was buried at the Harrison farm near Patoka, Ill.oeo / a'-o 

MRS. KEMBLE STOUT '"■* "'^' 

I'ULUMAN, wA^^/^iiaNicholas - Married Nancy Hill on 4/18/1800. Nancy was the daughter 
of Capt . David Woodroof and the widow of Taliaferro Hill. Nancy 
and Taliaferro had a son, John T. Hill. She and Nicholas moved 
to Lynchburg, Tenn. 

3. William Harrison. 

4. FRA»CIS B. HARRISON - Married Frances Crutcher on 3/8/1803, 

5. Richard - Married (1) Milly Tucker, daughter of Drury Tucker on 
12/27/1788, and (2) Sophea Penn, widow of Seaton Penn. 

6. Benjamin Harrison. 

7. Harietta - Married William Frans. They had one daughter, at least: 
Susannah, who married Daniel France (Frans ?) and lived in Todd 

Co . , Ky . 

Note: A niece of Richard's, Polly Harrison, was mentioned in his will but her 
parents are now known. She married William Crites. 



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2i 
VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON- Married Frances Crutchor on 3/8/1803. They lived 
in Patrick Co., Va., until 1823-26, when they moved to Boyle tncjkfttxiop 
Co., Ky. They both died in Monroe Co., Mc - Francis B. in 1835, and 
Frances in 1863. 

Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/15/1806 in Virginia, died 2/25/1886, in Missouri. 
Married (1) Sally Reynolds of Kentucky on 3/13/1828. Children: 
XA) Elizabeth - Bom 1828, died 7/29/1873. Married John Thomas 

Fitzpatrick, bom 7/28/1822 in Bourbon Co., Ky., and died 

4/4/1901. Children: 

(a) William - Bom 7/3/1854, died 5/4/1923. Married 
Susan Blackburn, bom 1851, died 1948. Children: 
(aa) Ida Fitzpatrick - Married John Carroll, bom 

1/24/1870, died 1965. Children: 

(aaa) Woodrow Carroll - Never married. 

(bbb) Leta Carroll - Married Russel Smith. T^io 

daughters: Carol and Fern Elizabeth Smith. 
(ccc) Lotus - Married George Holder. 

Tvjin sons: Jeffrey Wilson Holder (married 

Virginia Mn Edrington 7/16/1965) and John 

Franklin Holder (married Ruth Tribble 

7/3/1965). 
(ddd) Russell D. Carroll - Married Dorothy Gupton. 

Children: Kenneth and Donald. 
(eee) John Lyle Carroll - Married Juanita Olbert. 

Children: Dennis and Barbara Carroll, 
(bb) Maud Fitzpatrick - Married Roy Mefford. Children: 
(aaa) Stanley Mefford - Married Lola Fern Thomas. 

Children: Peggy Sue Mefford (married David 

Hutcheson of Texas 1/29/1966) and Billie 

Gene Mefford (married Susan Hall - one child) . 
(bbb) William L. Mefford - Married Luella Smith. 

Children: Larry Dean and Linda Lue Mefford. 
(ccc) Archibald Mefford - Married Thelma Cleek. 

Children: Harvey, Roy Wayne, Terrance, Max, 

and Sharron Mefford. 

(b) Anna Fitzpatrick - Bom 1856, died 1941. Married Prank 
Reid, bom 1860, died 1942. No children. 

(c) Katherine Fitzpatrick - Born 1862, died 1955. Married 
William Bollow of New York City, bom 3/23/1860, died 
1923, on 7/14/1882, Children: 

(aa) Fred Bollow - Bom 1884, died 1950. Married 

Constance Gunby, bom 1885, died 4/27/1967. Child: 
(aaa) Fred C. Bollovj, lav/yer. Married Mary E. 

Daniel. Their son, Fred D. Bollow, also a 
latjyer, married Mary Mefford. Their children: 
Mary Marie and Patricia Bollow. 
(bb) William Bollow - Married Lotus. Children : 

(aaa) Harry Bollow - Married Eleanor and had James 

and John Bollow. 
(bbb) Dorothy Bollow - Married a Bates and had 
William and Barbara Bates. 
(cc) Russell Bollow - Married Virginia. Children: 

VJilliam and Jackie Bollow. 
(dd) Roy Bollow - Married Helen. Children: 

(aaa) Robert Bollow - Married Jean and had 

Robert Bollow, Jr. 
(bbb) Richard BoIIot/. 
(ee) Charles BoIIotj. 



22 
VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISCa^- Married Frances Crutcher (Continued). 
Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/15/1806, Married (1) Sally Reynolds (Continued) 

(A) Elizabeth Harrison - Married John Thomas Fitzpatrick (Cont'd) 

(d) Mose Fitzpatrick - Married t'ac Thomas. Mose, deceased, 
Mae alive 1966. One child. 

(aa) Reid Fitzpatrick - Married. One child-Norma Jean. 

(e) Four other childred died young. 

(B) Martha Ann Harrison - Married Joseph Leach. Children: 

(a) Joseph Leach, Jr. - Married Irene. 

(b) Mary Leach - Married Cordine Russell. No children. 
Lived in Iowa. 

1. Lee- Bom 6/15/1806. Married (2) Mary Jane Smith, bom 4/21/1820, 
died 5/3/1865. Mary Jane was the daughter of Charles Smith of 
Marion Co. , Mo. Their children: 

(C) Samuel Harrison - Bom 5/25/1842, died 1/15/1901. 
Married (1) Virginia Bragg on 12/25/1862. Virginia bom 
3/23/1825, died 5/11/1865. Married (2) her sister, Mary 
Bragg, on 3/21/1866. They were daughters of Elias Bragg of 
Marion Co., Mo, No children by either marriage. 

(D) Katherine Jane Harrison - Bom 9/1/1844, in Monroe Co., Mo., 
and died 1/13/1930, and buried Shelbina, Mo. Katherine Jane 
was the second wife of John Thomas Fitzpatrick. His first 
wife was her half-sister, Elizabeth. Children: 

(a) Adolphus Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/13/1874, died 12/27/1934. 
Married Celia Way, born 1/9/1868, died 1/11/1912. 

(aa) Lynn - Born 9/1898, living 1966. Twice married. 
Second wife was Zelma, bom 1898. No children by 
first wife. Children by Zelma: 
(aaa) Robert L. Fitzpatrick - Bom 10/1931. 
(bbb) Patricia L. Fitzpatrick - Bom 1936. 

Married an Ingram. Children: Rany (bom 
7/1955), Christopher (bom 1957), John 
(bom 3/1959), and Lorrie Ann Bom 9/1964) 
Ingram. This family lived Elyria, Ohio, 
(bb) John Fitzpatrick - Bom 1905, died 1954. Married 

Lucy Schuete, bom 1905, died 1933. Childless, 
(cc) Lillian Fitzpatrick - Bom 1897, died 1962. 

Married HOTjard McRae. Lived Lewiston, Idaho, 
(aaa) Chester McRae - Bom 1914. 
(bbb) William McRae - Bom 1916. 
(ccc) James McRae - Bom 1918. 

(b) Alice Byrd Fitzpatrick - Bom 7/14/1878, died 10/2/1886. 

(c) Hester Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/29/1880, died 5/29/1954. 
Married Charles Morrison, bom 4/22/1875, died 3/6/1955, 
No children. 

(d) Thomas Alpha Fitzpatrick - Born 3/20/1882, died 11/2/1886. 

(e) Silas H. Fitzpatrick - Bom 5/3/1887, died 8/26/1887. 



23. 

VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON - Married Frances Crutcher (Continued) 

Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/15/1806. Married (2) Mary Jane Smith (Continued) 

(D) Katherine Jane - Second wife John Thomas Fitzpatrick (Cont'd). 
(f) Oscar Fitzpatrick - Born 1/31/1884, died 11/11/1956. 

Married first , on 12/12/1906, Bemice Draughn of Frankfort 
County, Ky. Bemice bom 10/27/1886, died 1913, and buried 
Fair View Cemetery. Children: 

(aa) Paul B. Fitzpatrick - Bom 5/6/1908. Married Marie 
Miles. Children: 
(aaa) Shirley Fitzpatrick - Bom 9/14/1935. 

Married Edger Moses. Children: Edger, James, 
and Robert Moses. Another son died young. 
(bbb) Paul B., Jr. - Born 9/20/1944. Married Marcia 
Carmen. Children: John Michael (bom 3/4/1964) 
and Travis J. (bom 1967). 
(bb) McVay Fitzpatrick - Bom 9/28/1911, died 1/19/1962, 
Married Marie Hazeltine. Children: 
(aaa) Michael Ross Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/13/1939. 

Married Elizabeth Richardson. One child, 
(bbb) Donna Fitzpatrick - Bom "Borri' 9/19/1947. 
(cc) Charles Verne Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/31/1913. 
Married Josephine Lee. No children. 

(f) Oscar Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/31/1884. Married second Mary K. 
Dommer. Their children: 

(dd) Catherine Rose Fitzpatrick - Bom 7/2/1925, died 1927. 
(ee) Lena Ellen Fitzpatrick - Bom 1/22/1927. Married 

Russell T. Wideman. Children: 

(aaa) Linda Sue Wideman. 

(bbb) James Wideman 

(ccc) Eugene V7ideman. 
(ff) Mary Irene Fitzpatrick - Bom 12/1/1928. Married 

Chester Newbraugh. Children: Owen and Lawrence Nex'jbraugh. 
(gg) Oscar 0\7en Fitzpatrick - Bom 2/28/1931. Married 

Dorothy Adams of Kentucky. Childfen: Patricia Ann and 

Vickie Lee Fitzpatrick. 
(hh) Willie Mae Fitzpatrick - Bom 4/22/1933. Married 

Henry Lee Crane. Children: Gary, Rodger and Kathy Crane. 
(ii) James Lee Fitzpatrick - Born 1/19/1935. Married Margarie 

Sue Greening. Children: Dennis, Debra Sue and Janet Lee 

Fitzpatrick. 

(g) Mary Jane Fitzpatrick - Bom 5/9/1876, died 4/12/1933. 
Married Jessie B. Cadv/ell, bom 5/17/1873, died 9/4/1945. 

(aa) Alpha Pearl Cad\7ell - Bom 2/9/1897. Married on 5/22/1915, 
George Fletcher Thomas, bom 9/4/1893. 
(aaa) Mary Alice Thomas - Born 2/14/1925. Married 
Orville E. Canaday, bom 9/21/1920. Children: 
Ronald E. (bom 9/25/1946) and Gloria Jean (bom 3/6/1948) 
Canaday . 

(bb) Charles Clifford Cadwell - Bom 12/9/1900. Married (1) 
Mollie Lee Pierce, bom 2/13/1903, died 5/30/1961. 
Married (2) Maxine Ucathcrfprd on 12/3/1966. Child 
by Mollie Lee: 

(aaa) Eva Lena Cadwell - Bom 12/9/1921. Married 
Kenneth Devine. No children. 



24 

VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON - Married Frances Crutcher (continued) 

Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/35/1806. Married (2) Mary Jane Smith (Continued). 

(D) Katherine Jane - Second wife John Thomas Fitzpatrick (Cont'd) 
(g) Mary Jane Fitzpatrick - Jessie B. Cadwell (Continued) 

(cc) Noah Glenn Cadwell - Bom 1/15/1912. Married Jewell 
Canaday, bom 8/13/1913. Jewell was a sister of 
Orvillc E. Canaday. Children: 
(aaa) Alfred Glen - Bom 7/28/1935. Married Elsie 

Marie. Children: James Noah (bom 6/19/1956). 
Terrance Lee (bom 6/8/1957) , Kevin Eugene (born 
4/8/1961) and Bobbie Dean (bom 6/20/1964) Ca*jell. 

(E) Mary Harrison - Bom 1846, died 1865. 

(F) Matilda Harrison - Bom 9/25/1849. Married William Ezra Dougherty, 
bom 11/11/1843 in Kentucky. Children: William A., Samuel K. , 
Zelma Pearl, James W., Orville and Elsie Dougherty. 

(G) Nancy Ellen Harrison - Bom 1851. 

(H) Charles Francis Harrison - Bom 8/20/1853, died 1922. Married 
Emma Farrell, bom 1859, died 5/12/1941. Children: 

(a) Leonard Harrison - Bom 5/26/1878, died 10/1897. 

(b) Ulah Harrison - Bom 1881, alive 1966. Married to Joseph 
Downs. One child, Dorothy Do^ms, died infant. 

(c) Frederick Harrison - Bom 3/1883, died 1915. Married Nora 
Dell Bamett. Children: 

(aa) Opal Harrison - Married a Robinson. 

(bb) Bernice Harrison - Married a Hawthorn. 

(cc) Clementine Harrison - Married a Vlemonte. 

(dd) Maurice Harrison. 

(ee) Clarence W. Harrison. 

(ff) Cecil Harrison - Died 1919. 

(gg) Leo Harrison - Died 1916. 

(hh) Another child - Died infancy. 

(d) Mable Lee Harrison - Bom 1886, alive 1966. Married on 8/18/1909 
Parker Couch, who died 11/11/1947. 

(aa) Margaret Couch - Bom 3/10/1911. 
(bb) Leonard Couch - Bom 12/3/1913. 
(cc) Doris Lee Couch - Born 12/18/1915. 
(dd) Clyde Couch - Bom 5/3/1918. 
(ee) Lorine Couch - Bom 12/14/1920. 
(ff) Eugene Couch - Bom 3/25/1923. 

(e) Roy Clyde Harrison -Bern 1898, alive 1966. Married Mary Sparks 
Moore . Children : 

(aa) Clifford Harrison - Married Maurine Webber, 

(bb) Carl Harrison - One daughter, Anita Harrison, 

(cc) Charles Francis Harrison - Died 8/1925. 

(dd) Melvin Harrison - One son, Michael Harrison, 

(ee) Emma Jean Harrison - Bom 8/4/1923, died 5/1943. 



25 

VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON - Married Frances Crutcher (Continued) 

Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/15/1806. Married (2) Mary Jane Smith (Continued) 

(I) Mary Ann Harrison - Bom 1/9/1856, and lived to be 101 years old. 

Married James Madison Smith, born 6/11/1853, and died 1926. Children: 

(a) Lenora Smith - Bom 2/9/1877, living 1966, Married Gee Collier. 
Children: 

(aa) Clarence Collier - Married Viola Thorpe. Children: 

Robert, Charles, May, and Sara Collier, 
(bb) Verne Collier - Married Hazel Tennv. Children: 

William, Donnel Lee, Eugene, and C.T. Collier, 
(cc) Gladys Collier - Married Meritt Keith. One child: 

M.T^y Ann Keith, 
(dd) Bennie Collier - Married Mary E. Gunby, One child: 

Gary Collier, 
(ee) Claude Collier - Married Doris Remnion. Children: 

Jerry L, Collier (married 12/28/1965 Barbara Jean Klath) 

and Claudette Collier. 

(b) Cora Smith - Born 3/3/1884. Married Monroe Wood. Children: 
Paul, Lillian, Vencil Lee and Loretta Wood, 

(c) Olive Smith - Bom 3/20/1887. Married Charles Dinwiddle. 
Children: 

(aa) Pauline Dinwiddle - Married Lloyd Erwin. Had Wanda En^in 

(who Married Lee Lindstrora and had one child -Michael 

Lee Lindstrom) and Charles Erwin. 
(bb) Margaret Dinwiddle - Married Ernest Clvert. Child: 

Deborah Clvert. 
(cc) Glen Dinwiddie - Married Neva Gay. Children: David, 

Gerry, Phillip, and Maria Dinwiddie. 
(dd) Dorothy Dinwiddie - Married Lee Knipmeyer. 
(ee) Robert Dinwiddie - Married Mary Murrey. Children: Lynn, 

Kay, Brenda, Mike, and Christina Dinwiddie. 

(d) Harry Smith - Bom 6/8/1882. Married Stella Dye. Children: 
Jewell D., Leta, Alfred, Silvia, Elmer Lee, Orville, William, 
Francis, Louis, and Kenneth Smith. 

(e) Maude Smith - Bom 9/14/1878. Married Nathan Perrigo. 
No children. 

(f) Elmer Smith - Born 3/25/1882, died 4/5/1953. Married Pearl 
Baker, bom 2/28/1885, died 7/9/1966. Children: 

(aa) Raymond C. Smith - Bom 10/14/1913, died 1959. 
(bb) Harold B. Smith - Bom 1916, died 2/20/1967. 
(cc) Elmer Dea Smith. 

(g) Ella Smith - Bom 2/22/1895. Married Alva Mason. Children: 
(aa) Lottie Laveme Mason - Married Warren Baker: Ronnie - 

( married Rebecca Hiatt and on 9/19/1965, had Jeffrey Allen 
Baker), Charles, Ricky, Jo Lynn, Timmy, and Terry Baker, 
(bb) Dixie Mae Mason - Married Jack Rattliff. One child: Judy 
Ann Rattliff. 
(h) Blanch Smith - Died very young. 

(J) Richard Harrison - Born 10/3/1858. died 3/12/1872. 
(K) One baby died in 1860 - Name unknown. 



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26 
VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON - Married Frances Crutcher (Continued) 

Children: 

1. Lee - Bom 6/15/1806. Married (2) Mary Jane Smith (Continued) 

(L) Robert Lee Harrison - Bom 5/23/1864, died 1942. Married Rosa E. 
Jordan, bom 1865, died 1930. Children: 

(a) Ruby Harrison - Bom 8/23/1887, died 3/18/1967, and buried 
Bozeman, Mont. Married Shelby Wesburg, bom 5/23/1829, died 
2/5/1938. Twin sons died infancy. 

(b) Ray Harrison - Married Goldie Arnold. One child: Elstal 
Lee Harrison who married Beatrice Myers . 

(c) Carl Harrison - Bom 7/23/1895, alive 1966. Married Ruth Turner, 
bom 8/25/1892, died 10/19/1956. Children: 

(aa) Glenn Russell Harrison - Born 2/5/1919. Married Doris 

Schriner on 12/19/1948. 
(bb) Donald Elwood Harrison - Bom 1/10/1921. Married Esther 

Bell Simpson. One child: Edv?ard Dean Harrison, bom 

2/25/1949. 

(d) Earl Harrison - Twin of Carl. Died infancy. 

(e) Loyd Harrison - Married Berdine BerhrinRer. Children: 
(aa) Richard Lee Roy Harrison - Married Shirley Ferguson. 

One son: Darrell Harrison, 
(bb) James Loyd Harrison. 

(f) Lee Roy Harrison - Bora 3/13/1902, died 6/17/1907. 

2. Charles A. Harrison - Born 10/16/1823, in Virginia. Came to Monroe Co., 
Mo., with his parents. Married Rebecca Jane Fitzpatrick, sister of 
John Thomas Fitzpatrick, on 2/28/1853. Lived in Walkersville, Mo., and 
belonged to the Primitive Baptist Church. Buried at Crooked Creek 
Cemetery, south of Shelbina, Mo. Children: 

(A) Robert L. Harrison - Bom 1861, died 1924. Married Vivie Dale, 
bom 1868, died 1936. Children: 

(a) Berdell Harrison - Born 5/27/1906. Deceased. 

(b) Bemice Harrison - Twin of Berdell. Alive 1966. 

Married Alvin Lush. Child: Geraldine Lee Lush, bom 12/12/ 
1940, and married Ronald Gwyn. They had Michael Wain Gwyn 
(bom 6/4/1960) and Ronald Ojyn, Jr., (bom 2/25/1965). 

(c) Robert H. Harrison - Bom 1898, died age four months. 

(d) Ellen Harrison - Bom 1900, died age seven mohths. 

(B) Charles Arthur Harrison - Bom 2/26/1880. Married Elizabeth 
Chryatul. Moved to Oklahoma. Charles alive 1967. Children: 
Ruth, Robert, and C.A. Harrison. C.A. Harrison had at least one 
son, Charles Arthur Harrison. 

(C) Mary Estella Harrison -Bom 5/13/1877, alive 1967. 
Married Guy Harris. Children: 

(a) Clifford Harris - Married Ruth Rogers. He died 12/4/1964. 
Children: Francis Lee and William Harris. 

(b) Lucille Harris - Married William Weeks. Children: Lynn 
(born 1945) and Thomas (bom 1946) Weeks. 

(D) Martha F. Harrison - Married Daniel Swinney. One Child . 

(E) Nancy Harrison - Married Benjamin Chipman. 

(F) Mary (Mollie) Harrison - Bom 6/24/1874, died .1964. Married 
George F. Cochrane. Children: Thelma and Ernest Cochrane. Three 
other children died infants. 

(G) William Harrison - Died 1892. Never married. 

(H) Susan Harrison - Married Daniel Swinney. Children: Paul and Rut 

S. Korda Swinney. Rut moved to California. 
(I) Fannie Harrison. 



27 



VIII FRANCIS B. HARRISON- Married Frances Crutcher (Continued) 
Children: 

3. Nicholas - Born 1813 in Patrick Co., Va. Never married. Moved to 
Monroe Co., Mo., with parents. Died 5/2A/1898 Buried Gilchrist family 
cemetery, Shelby Co., Mo. 

4. FRANCIS M. HARRISON - Bom 6/18/1826. 

5 . *Martha - Married a Davis . 

6. *Sophia - Married a Fackwood. 

7. *Matilda Harrison. 

8. *Mary Harrison. 



All deceased before 1884. 



28 

IX FRANCIS M. HARRISON - Bom 6/18/1826 in Boyle Co., Ky. He came to Monroe 

Co., Mo., with his parents vjhen he was five years old. In 18A7, he married 
Nancy Mildred Collins, daughter of James Collins, formerly of Kentucky. 
Francis M. was engaged in raising and handling stock. He was elected 
sheriff of Shelby Co., Mo., for two terms: 1876 and 1878; having moved from 
his parents' farm which was two miles north of Old Clinton, Monroe Co., Mo. 
He also served as tax collector and constable of Salt River Toxtmship, Shelby, 
Co., Mo. His farm was three miles northeast of Shelbina. He and Nancy were 
charter members of the M.E. Church, South and were well respected in their 
community. Francis M. was called Frank; as was his father. He loved to 
fish and did so in the Salt River as often as possible. Francis M. died on 
3/9/1908, and Nancy in 1900. They are both buried in the Harrison plot in 
Shelbina, Mo. 

Children: 

1. Josephine - Bom 11/4/1848, died 5/5/1913. Married Robert V. Taylor 
of Marshall, Mo. A child Bess, bom 1/19/1888 and alive 1967, married 
Cecil Moore and lived in Muskogee. 

2. CHARLES J. HARRISON- Bom 1/1/1850. 

3. Mary - Married Clay Gatewood. They had at least one son, Roy, who 
followed Civil Engineering and moved to Kansas. 

4. James Francis - Bom 4/18/1856, died 1935. On 4/18/1878, he married 
Laura B. Penn, daughter of Rev. William and Mrs. Maria Penn of 
Randolph Co., Mo. Laura was bom in 1858, and died 1938. They are 
buried in Shelbina. Children: 

(A) Elbert Emest - Bom 3/1/1882, alive 1967. He was an engineer 
with the N&U Railroad. Retired at Moberly, Mo. 

(B) Mable - Died 4/4/1884 at age of five. 

(C) Hox^ard - Bom 12/29/1889. Also employed by the railroad. 

(D) William P. - Bom 1888, died 1928. Married Olive Draughn, bom 
1889, died 1947;, He was a farmer. Children: 

(a) Cecil - Married Blanch Simpson. One child: Bobbie Gene 
Harrison. Cecil was at the Shelbina Post Office and Blanch 
at a Shelbina Beauty Shop in 1967. 

(b) Kenneth Harrison. 

(c) John Robert Harrison. 

(d) William Harrison, Jr. 

(E) Nora - Married Albert S. Arnold of East St. Louis, 111. 



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29 

CHARLES J. HARRISON - Born 1/1/1850. Charles was bom in Monroe Co., Mo., 
but raised in Shelby Co., Mo. He attended the Shelbyville Academy and later 
studied law at the University at Lexington, Ky. He did not take his bar 
examination, however, until 1873, while working at the law office of 
Berdette & Smith, Osceola, Mo. He then became a partner of this firm. 
Charles lived at various times in Shelbina, Appleton City, Sedalia, Osceola, 
St. Louis County and Lutcsville, Mo. On 5/18/1876, Charles married Lucena 
(Lula) Constable (Amrine) , daughter of John L. Constable and the former Mary 
Ann Beardsley. Charles was Worshipful Master of the St. Clair Lodge // 273, 
of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. He died in Lutesville, Mo., in 
1917, and was buried in the Schell family cemetery there. Charles had 
white whiskers and blue, blue eyes. He was a kindly man and loved children. 

Children: 

1. Elma - Born 5/3/1877, died 4/9/1953. Married John Hugh Marshall at 
Central, Mo., on 2/20/1901. John Hugh was born 7/25/1877, and died 
4/12/19A9; both v/ere buried at Karval, Colo. John Hugh spent most of 
his early life in Lowry City, Mo., and Wakecney, Kans. Their married 
life was lived in Osceola, Mo., Trego, and Gove, Cos., Kans., and 
Lincoln Co., Colo. Elma had a sweet smile and was friendly. Eight 
children: 

(A) Charles Archibald - Bom 12/25/1901, died at birth. 

(B) Ben Hugh - Born 10/30/1903, at Osceola, Mo. Married Edna Sergcnt 
3/1932. Lived Limon, Colo., 1967. Four Children: 

(a) Ben Hugh - Born 5/15/1933. Married Ruby Fay Genn on 
4/13/1957. Lived Duncanville, Texas, 1967. One child, 
Nikola Lois, bom 4/30/1963. 

(b) Mabel Elma - Bom 3/4/1935. Married (1) Jeff Davis on 
12/14/1952, and (2) Gerald Ricke on 2/15/1966. Resided 
Englewood, Colo., 1967. 

(c) Bertha Mae - Born 11/19/1936. Married Paul Blythe on 8/31/ 
1958. Resided Atchison, Kan., 1967. Children: 

(aa) Kerry Ja Nelle - Bom 10/9/1960. 
(bb) Lisa Christine - Bom 4/30/1963. 
(cc) Joy Kathleen - Bom 8/21/1964. 
(dd) Ruth DiAnnc - Born 2/12/1966. 

(d) Ward Elwood - Bom 7/10/1938. Married Joan Bertha Christenscn 
on 10/30/1965. 

(C) Francis Harrison - Bom 9/27/1905, died 1/19/1934. 

(D) Bertha Mildred - Born 1/21/1907. Married Delbert A. Johnson on 
8/10/1930. Delbert was bom 12/2/1900 and died 11/16/1962. Bertha 
a teacher in Gove Co., Kans., 1967. T^-70 children: 

(a) Marilea JoAnne - Born .11/25/1934. Married Marvin A. Beougher 
on 2/12/1956. Resided Grainfield, Kans., 1967. 

(aa) Marlin Lee - Bom 8/30/1961. 
(bb) Marvel Anne - Bom 6/18/1963. 

(b) Delbert A. - Bom 9/27/1936. Teacher in Wichita High School 
1967. 



X CHARLES J. HARRISON - Bom 1/1/1850 (Continued) 30 

Children: 

1. Elma (Continued) 

^^^ Sr^r''.' " J°^n 9/18/1908. Trego Co.. Kans. Married 

Rosid:d^™;^L^\^! TJJ'Vef- ''''-' "- ^°- - ^/^^/^^°^- 

^'^ onl/nmsl' "r'°"; y^°/^^^^- ^"-d I^-na Julia Schmidt 
on B/11/1952. Resided near Gove, Kans.. 1967 

Ua; Gwendolyn Elvira - Bom 10/17/1953. 
(bb) Dolores Janette - Bom 5/10/1955. 
(cc) Rose Loree - Born 3/20/1956. 
(dd) Sandra Lynn - Bom 2/3/1958! 
(ee) Rita Mae - Bom. 2/26/1959. 
(ff) Jon McCay - Bom 3/6/1961. 
(gg) Von Marshall - Twin of Jon., 
(hh) Lana Kay - Bom 8/1A/1963. 
(ii) Leon James - Born 6/20/1966 
^""^ Jud?^^f^'^ " ^'^ 3/28/1936, Gove Co.. Kansas. Married 

f^^l Jk f ? ^'''''"^'' °" 9/23/1960. Judith bom 1/16/1940. 
(aa) Myra Joleen - Bom 1/25/1962. 

(bb) Craig Bradley - Bom 10/16/1963 
(c). Robert Leroy - Born .8/4/1937. Gove Co., Kans. Married 

Betty Ann Foos on 12/11/1955. Betty was bom 5/25/1938 ' 
(aa) Maria LaDavm - Bom 7/9/1956. 
(bb) Rodney Ray - Bom 7/12/1958. 
(cc) Jack Vade - Bom 10/25/1962. 

(d) Marita Gertrude - Bom 8/28/1939, Gove Co.. Kans. Married 
Wendell F. Hill on 3/14/1964. Wendell bom 1/8/1929. Resided 
Garden Plain. Kans.. 1967. 

(aa) Brent Howard - Bom 1/29/1965. 
(bb) Brock Marshall - Born 6/23/1966. 

(e) Mahlon Anson - Bom 10/24/1940, Gove Co.. Kans. Rancher near 
Qumter, Kans., 1967. 

(F) Elma Louise - Bom 3/1910, died 6/1910, Osceola, Mo. 

(G) Eleanor Gertrude - Born 9/28/1912, Osceola, Mo. Married Sara 
Sergent (brother of Edna). Lived Hermiston, Ore., 1967. 

(a) Wanda Elaine - Bom 11/5/1935. Married Harvey Wood, 
(aa) Wynnette - Bom 6/4/1954. 

(bb) Harvey - Born 10/10/1953. 

(cc) James Samuel - Bom 10/19/1957. 

(dd) Stephen Scott - Born 5/11/1963. 

(b) Sheryl Sue - Bom 3/20/1945, Married Gary W. Lindley on 
6/ 6/65. 

(H) Kathryn Sue - Bom 1/31/1916, Trego Co., Kans. Married Arthur V. 
Sergent (brother of Edna and Sam). Pueblo, Colo,, 1967 
(a) Morris William - Bom 2/5/1947. Married Karen Ruth Deaver 
on 6/10/1967. 

2. THOMAS FRANCIS HARRISON - Bom 7/7/1883. 

3. Robert Collins - Married (1) May Mensell and had one son. Thomas. They 
were divorced and Robert's mother, Lucena, raised her grandson. Thomas 
later moved to Trenton, Pa,, and married Ruth and had at least two sons; 
one named Robert . Robert Collins married (2) Rose Fredrick. No issue' 
from Rose. Robert Collins and both wives were buried Oak Hill Cemetery, 
Kirkwood, Mo. He A/as a generous, likable and thoroughly unpredictable 
man. 



31 



CHARLES J. HARRISON - Bom 1/1/1850 (Continued 

Children: 

4. Clay Bell - Bom 12/6/1889, died 1/1/1963. Married in Oct. 1911, to 

Maudie Bell Neal (Mabel). Mabel was bom 7/4/189A, and was the daughter 
of Samuel Morrison Neal and the former Annie Powell, a descendant of 
Chief Black Hawk and Singing Bird of the Sauk Indian Tribe. Mabel 
resided Eureka, Mo., 1967. Nine children: 

(A) Roy Amrine - Bom 8/8/1912. Married Clara Baker. 

(B) Elma Mildred (Sue) - Bom 10/8/1914. Bronze Star m II, ETO (WAC) . 
Lived Palm Springs, Calif., 1967. 

(C) Lula Mae - Bom 2/19/1918. Married on 8/9/1941, Iserial Tunis 
Hepp, bom 10/23/1908, Wonewoc, V^isc. He vras the son of Lyman 
Lewis Hepp and the former Nora Sloan. 

(a) Rosalind Jean - Bom 9/30/1944. Married Carl A. Evans, Jr., 
bom 11/4/1940. 

(b) Mark Lewis - Bom 8/20/1948. 

(D) Clay Bell, Jr., - Bom 11/5/1920. Married Jeanne Kovaka. 

(a) Bruce - Bom 11/17/1958. 

(b) Kaye Tracy. 

(c) Gail Holly. 

(E) Dorothy Ende - Bom 4/29/1923. Married Elvie Branson. 

(a) Suzanne Marie - Bom 5/28/1943. Married Michael Huntington, 
(aa) Patrica Sue - Bom 1963. 

(bb) Louis Wilson Huntington - Bom 4/19/1967. 

(b) Neal Michael Elvie - Bom 5/29/1945.. 

(c) Kathleen May - Bom 5/16/1948, 

(d) Roy Richard - Born 7/17/1950. 

(F) Georgia Ruth - Bom 8/30/1925. Married Eugene Kinder. 

(a) Jenni Sue - Born 1/30/1947. 

(b) Judi Gene - Bom 10/10/1948. 

(G) Frances Roberta - Born 2/8/1928.. Married George Weber. 

(a) Carole Ann - Born 10/25/1948. 

(b) George David - Born 5/7/1950. 

(c) Samuel Christopher - Born 8/5/1952. 

(d) Thomas Stuart - Bom 5/30/1954. 

(e) Robert Clay - Born 3/22/1956. 

(f) Diana Lynn - Bom 3/12/1964. 

(H) Richard Lee - Born 10/20/1931. Married Virginia Jaycox. 

(a) Richard Lee, Jr. - Bom 6/5/1953. 

(b) Robert William - Bom 4/3/1957. 

(I) Ralph James - Born 8/29/1933. Married Miriam Murray. 

(a) Jean Lynn - Bom 4/26/1960. 

(b) Michael Scott - Bom 3/6/1962. 



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^I THOMAS FRANCIS HARRISON - Bom 7/7/1883. Thomas was bom in Osceola, Mo 

but lived most of his life in and around St. Louis, Mo. On 11/17/1906 he 
married Rosalie Caroline Ende, daughter of John Ende and the former 
Julia Anna Siemsen. They made their home in Kirkwood, Mo. Thomas 
inherited a love of fishing and huntin?^ and a great respect for the land 
He died 5/12/196A, and Rosalie died 11/5/1953. Both rest at Valhalla Chapel 
of Memories in St. Louis, Mo. 

Children: 

1. Rosamonde Julia - Bom 2/12/1908 in St. Louis, Mo. A school teacher 
in Kirkwood for many years. She married Francis Lewis a;inn, bom 
12/15/1904 and the son of Frank Abner Gc/inn and the former Nettie Lewis 
Decker of Slater, Mo. 

2. CATHERINE MAY BELL HARRISON - Bom 3/9/1913, in Osceola. Mo. Married 
John Francis Murphy on 8/10/1946. John was bom 2/6/1913, and was the 
son of John Francis Murphy and the former Theresa Marie Cashion of 
Dixon, 111. Lived Webster Groves, Mo., in 1967. 

(A) Cathy Francis - Born 10/21/1950, in St. Louis, Mo. 

3. Robert Lee - Born 9/22/1930. A holder of the Bronze Star from Korean 
War. Married Shirley Kunzelman. Lived St. Louis, Mo., 1967. 



INDEX 



II 
II 
II 



NAME 

Adams, Dorothy 
Allison, Charles 

Mary 
Amrine, Lucena Constable 
Arnold, Albert S 

Goldie 
Ashton, Elizabeth 

Baker, Charles 
, Clara 
Jeffrey Allen 
Jo Lynn 
Pearl 
Rickey 
Ronnie 
" Terry 
" Timmy 

Warren 
Barnett, Nora Dell 
Bassett, Elizabeth 
Bates, Barbara 
" William 
Battaile, Elizabeth 

John 
Beards ley, Mary Ann 
Beoughcr, Marlln Lee 

Marvel Anne 
" Marvin A 
Berhringer, Berdine 
Bernard, Elizabeth 
Black Hawk, Chief 
Blackburn, Susan 
Blythe, Joy Kathleen 
" Kerry JaNelle 
" Lisa Christine 
Paul 

Ruth DiAnne 
Bolloii;, Charles 
" Dorothy 

Fred 
" Fred C. 
" Fred D, 

Harry 
" Jackie 

James 
" John 
" Mary Marie 
" Patricia 

Richard 
" Robert 
Roy- 

William 
Bonnam, Samuel 
Bragg, Elias 
" Mary 
" Virginia 
Branson, Elvic 

Kathieen May 



PAGE 


NAME 




23 


Branson, Neal Michael Elvie 


18 


II 


Roy Richard 


18 


It 


Suzanne Marie 


29 


Brent, 


Giles 


28 


Bun^el] 


., Elizabeth 


26 


II 


Lewis 


8 








Cadx^ell 


., Alfred Glen 


25 


It 


Alpha Pearl 


31 


II 


Bobbie Dean 


25 


II 


Charles Clifford 


25 


ti 


Eva Lena 


25 


II 


James Noah 


25 


II 


Jessie B 


25 


II 


Kevin Eugene 


25 


11 


Noah Glenn 


25 


II 


Terrance Lee 


25 


Cain, Cornelius 


24 


Joel Yancey 


5 


" Thomas 


21 


Can ad ay 


, Gloria Jean 


21 


II 


Jewell 


16 


11 


Orville E. 


16 


II 


Ronald E. 


29 


Carmen, 


Marcia 


29 


Carroll 


, Barbara 


29 


II 


Dennis 


29 


II 


Donald 


26 


II 


John 


9 


11 


John Lyle 


31 


II 


Kenneth 


21 


II 


Leta 


29 


II 


Lotus 


29 


ft 


Russell D, 


29 


It 


Wood row 


29 


Carter, 


Anne 


29 


ti 


Robert 


21 


Cary, Priscilla 


21 


Cashion, 


Theresa Marie 


21 


Chipman, 


Benjamin 


21 


Christensen, Bertha 


21 


Christopher, Hannah 


21 


11 


William 


21 


Chryatul 


, Elizabeth 


21 


Cleek, Thelma 


21 


Clvert, 


Deborah 


21 


II 


Ernest 


21 


Cochrane 


, Ernest 


21 


II 


George E. 


21 


It 


Thelma 


21 


Collier, 


Bennie 


21 


II 


C.T. 


13 


II 


Charles 


22 


•1 


Clarence 


22 


ti 


Claude 


22 


II 


Claudette 


31 


It 


Donne 1 Lee 


31 


It 


Eugene 



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31 
31 
31 
13 
5 
5 

24 
23 
24 
23 
23 
24 
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24 
24 
24 
15 
15 
15 
23 
24 
23-24 
23 
23 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
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5 
15 
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15 
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NAME 



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Collier, Gary 

Gee 
" Gladys 
" Jerry L. 

May 
" Robert 
" Sam 
" Verne 

William 
Collins, James 
" Nancy Mildred 
Constable, John L. 
" Lucena (Lula) 
Cooper, Justinian 
Couch, Clyde 
" Doris Lee 

Eugene 

Leonard 

Lorine 

Margaret 

Parker 
Crane, Miss 

Gary 

Henry Lee 

Kathy 

Roger 
Crawford, Sarah 
" William 
Crites, William 
Crop ley, Thomas 
Crutcher, Frances 
Curry, Isabelle 

Dale, Vivie 
Daniel, Mary E. 
" Richard 
" Sarah 
" William 
Davis, Jeff 
Dawson, George 
" John 
Deaver, Karen Ruth 
Decker, Nellie Lewis 
Devine, Kenneth 
Dillard, Jane 
Dimmick, Mrs. 
Dinwiddie, Brenda 

Charles 

Christina 

David 

Dorothy 

Gerry 

Glen 

Kay 

Lynn 

Margaret 

Maria 

Mike 



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28 
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29 
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24 
16 
23 
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23 
23 
18 
18 
20 
13 
20-27 
17 

26 
21 
18 
18 
18 
29 
18 
18 
30 
32 
23 
15 
5 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



Dinwiddie, Pauline 

Phillip 
" Robert 
Dommer, Mary K. 
Dougherty, Elsie 

James W. 

Orville 
" Samuel K. 
" William A. 
" William Ezra 
" Zelma Pearl 
Downs , Dorothy 
'' Joseph 
Draughn, Bemice 

Olive 
Dye, Stella 

Edrington, Virginia Ann 
Ellington, Dave 
Ellis, Robert 
" Sarah 
Ende, John 

" Rosalie Caroline 
Edrington, Christopher 
Erv/in, Charles 

Lloyd 
" Wanda 
Evans, Carl A., Jr. 

Fanshawe, Margaret 

Farrell, Emma 

Ferguson, Shirley 

Fitzpatrick, Adolphus 

Alice Byrd 

" Anna 

" Catherine Rose 

Charles Verne 
Debra Sue 
Dennis 
Donna 
Hester 
Ida 

James Lee 
Janet Lee 
John 

John Michael 
John Thomas 
Katherine 
Lena Ellen 
Lillian 
Lynn 
McVey 

Mary Irene 
M^ry Jane 
Maud 

Michael Rose 
Mose 
Norma Jean 



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25 
25 
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24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
22 
28 
25 

21 
15 
18 
19 
32 
32 
13 
25 
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25 
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2 
24 
26 
22 
22 
21 
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NAME 




PAGE 


NAME 




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PAGE 


Fitzpatrick, Oscar 




23 


Harrison, 


. Benjamin Johnston 


16 


Oscar Owen 




23 


ir 


Berdell 


26 


" Patricia Ann 




23 


II 


Bemice 


24-26 


" Patricia L. 




22 


II 


Bobbie Gene 


28 


" Paul B. 




23 


II 


Bruce 


31 


Rebecca Jane 




26 


II 


C.A. 


26 


Reid 




22 


II 


Calvin 


19 


" Robert L. 




22 


II 


Carl 


24-26 


" Shirley 




23 


fi 


Catherine 


17-18 


" Silas H. 




22 


II 


Catherine May Bell 


32 


" Thomas Alpha 




22 


11 


Catty Griffin 


18 


" Travis J. 




23 


II 


Cecil 


24-28 


Vickie Lee 




23 


II 


Charles 


15-18 


" William 




21 


II 


Charles A. 


26 


" Willie Mae 




23 


M 


Charles Arthur 


26 


Flood, Mary 




5 


II 


Charles Francis 


24 


Foos, Betty Ann 




30 


II 


Charles J. 


28-31 


Frans (France, Franz) Susannah 


30 


II 


Charles Larkin 


16 


William 


20 


II 


Christopher 


15 


Fredrick, Rose 




30 


II 


Clarence W. 


24 








II 


Clay Bell 


31 


Gatewood, Clay 




28 


II 


Clay Bell, Jr. 


31 


Roy 




28 


II 


Clementine 


24 


Gay, Neva 




25 


II 


Clifford 


24 


Genn, Ruby Fay 




29 


II 


Cynthia 


17 


Gibson, John 




18 


II 


Daniel 


6 


Gilbert, Bartholomew 


2 


-10 


II 


Darrell 


26 


Gray, Jane 




15 


II 


Donald Elvjood 


26 


" Mary 




15 


n 


Dorothy Ende 


31 


Greening, Margorie Sue 




23 


II 


Earl 


26 


Greer, Letty 




18 


11 


Edward 


3-6 


" Nancy 




18 


II 


Edward Dean 


26 


" Rebecca 




18 


II 


Elbert Ernest 


28 


" Samuel 




18 


II 


Eleanor 


7-8-10-15 


Greiner, Judith Louise 




30 


II 


Elizabeth 


5-15-16 


Gunby, Constance 




21 




18 


-19,21-22) 


" Mary E. 




25 


II 


Ellen 


7,26 


Cup ton, Dorothy 




21 


II 


Elma 


29-30 


Gi^inn, Francis Lewis 




32 


II 


Elma Mildred 


31 


" Frank Abner 




32 


II 


Elstal Lee 


26 


0>/yn, Michael Wain 




26 


u 


Emma Jean 


24 


Ronald 




26 


II 


Fannie 


26 








II 


Francena 


18 


Hall, Susan 




21 


II 


Frances 


19 


Harris, Clifford 




26 


II 


Frances Roberta 


31 


" Francis Lee 




26 


II 


Francis 


6,9 


" Guy 




26 


II 


Francis B. 


20-27 


" Lucille 




26 


II 


Francis M. 


27-28. 


" William 




26 


II 


Frederick 


24 


Harrison, Abner 




15 


II 


Gail Holly 


31 


Alfred 




19 


II 


George 2, 


7,10,13,20 


" Andrew 


13- 


-18 


II 


Georgia Ruth 


31 


" Anita 




24 


II 


Glenn Russell 


26 


" Ann 13 


,17- 


-18 


II 


Hannah 


5 


" Anthony 


11- 


-13 


;i 


Harletta 


20 


" Aristides 




17 


II 


Harmon 


2 


" Battaile 


17- 


-19 


II 


Henry 


5,13 


" Benjamin 3-9,15- 


-18 


,20 


II 


Hoxi?ard 


28 



JO 



NAME 



PAGE 



NAME 



PAGE 



II 



Harrison, Hugh 
" Ignatius 
" Isaac 
" Isham 
" Jacob 
" Jael 

" Jaines2, 6, 13, 15-16, 18-19 
" James Francis 
" James Loyd 

" Jane 15 , 17 

" Jean Lynn 31 

" Jeremiah 13 
" John 1-2,6-8,10-11) 

13,16,18-19) 

" John Pollard 16 

" John Robert 28 

" John Scott 5,17 

" Johathan 9 
Joseph 6,9,15,17 

Josephine 28 

Josias 7 

Julian 17 
Katherine Jane 22-24 

Kaye Tracy 31 

Kenneth 28 

Lawrence 16-18 

Lee 21-26 

Lee Roy 26 

Leo 24 

Leonard 24 

Loyd 26 

Lula Mae 31 

Mable 28 

Mable Lee 24 

Margaret 15 

Martha 15,18,27 

Martha Ann 22 

Martha F. 26 
Mary 5,17-19,24,26-28 

Mary Ann 25 

Mary Estella 26 

Matilda 19,24,27 

Maurice 24 

Medford 18 

Melvin 24 

Michael 19,24 

Michael Scott 31 

Nancy 19 , 26 

Nancy Ellen 24 

Nathaniel 5-6 

Nicholas 17,20,27 

Nora 28 

North 7,9,11 

Opal 24 
Peter 5,7-8,10-12 

Peter Willoughby 13 

Philadelphia 15 

Phillip 7 



11 
II 



11 



10 


Harrison, 


Polly 




20 


15 




Rachael 




15 


15 




Rachael Ann 




15 


18 




Ralph 




2 


15 




Ralph James 




31 


13 




Ray 




26 


19 




Reuben 




15,19 


28 




Reuben Campbe 


ill 


18 


26 




Richard 




2,5-10) 



13-14,18-20,25) 

" Richard Lee 31 

" Richard Lee, Jr. 31 

Richard Le Roy 26 

Robert 6,9,13,17,26,30 

" Robert Collins 30 

Robert H. 26 

" Robert L. 26 

" Robert Lee 26,32 

" Robert William 31 

" Rosamonde Julia 32 

" Roy Amrine 31 

Roy Clyde 24 

Ruby 26 

Russell Benjamin 5 

Ruth 26,30 

" Sally 18 

Samuel 6,13,15,22 

" Sarah 5,15,17 

" Sarah Jane 20 

" Scott 17 

Sophia 27 

" Sophia Johnston 16 

" Stephen 9 

" Susan 15,26 

Thomas 6,9,13,15,19 

" Thomas Francis 30,32 

" Thomas William 30 

" • Ulah 24 

" William 3,6,9,11,13,15) 

17-20,26,28) 

" William Battaile 18 

" William Henry 4-5,17 

William P. 28 

" Winnefred 19 

Hazeltine, Marie 23 

Hepp, Iserial Tunis 31 

" Lyman Lewis 31 

" Mark Lewis 31 

" Rosalind Jean 31 

Hiatt, Rebecca 25 

Hill, Brent Howard 30 

" Brock Marshall 30 

John T. 20 

Nancy 20 

" Taliaferro 20 

" Wendell F. 30 

Hinkston, William 17 

Hodges, Isabell 17 



•I'l.- 



NAME 


PAGE 


NAME 


37 
PAGE 


Holder, George 


21 


Long, Nicholas 


15 


" Jeffrey Wilson 


21 


Phillip 


15 


" John Franklin 


21 


Richard 


15 


Howard, Susan 


16 


William 


15 


Huntington, Louis Wilson 


31 


Love 11, Mary 


13 


" Michael 


31 


" Robert 


13 


" Patricia Susan 


31 


Lush, Alvin 


26 


Hutcheson, David 


21 


" Geraldine Lee 


26 


Ingram, Christopher 


22 


McCall, William 


17 


" John 


22 


McGrain, Virginia Carlet 


16 


" Lorrie Ann 


22 


McKinnon, Daniel 


18 


" Rany 


22 


McRae, Chester 


22 


Irwin, Elizabeth 


5 


" Howard 


22 






" James 


22 


Jaycox, Virginia 


31 


" William 


22 


Johnson, Delbert A 


29 


Marshall, Ben Hugh 


29 


" Delbert A., Jr. 




Ben Hugh, Jr. 


29 


" Marilea JoAnne 


29 


" Bertha Mae 


29 


" Richard 


13 


" Bertha Mildred 


29 


Johnston, Dr. Benjamin 


16 


" Charles Archibald 


29 


" Mary Ann 


16 


" Eleanor Gertrude 


30 


Jones , Lewis 


16 


" Elma Louise 


30 


" Margaret 


16 


" Francis Harrison 


29 


Melville Russell 


15 


" John Hugh 


29 


" Tampa 


16 


" Kathryn Sue 


30 


" William Mattison 


15 


" Mary Theresa 


30 


Jordan, Rosa E. 


26 


Mabel Elma 


29 


Journey , Mancy 


18 


" Nikola Lois 


29 


" Peter 


18 


" Ward Elwood 


29 






Martin, Margaret 


19 


Keith, Mary Ann 


25 


Mason, Alva 


25 


Meritt 


25 


" Dixie Mae 


25 


Kinder, Eugene 


31 


" Lottie Lave me 


25 


" JennivSue 


31 


Meason, Isaac 


17 


" Judi Gene 


31 


Mefford, Archibald 


21 


Kirtley, Miss 


15 


Billie Gene 


21 


Klath, Barbara Jean 


25 


Harvey 


21 


Knipmeyer, Lee 


25 


" Larry Dean 


21 


Kovaka, Jeanne 


31 


" Linda Lue 


21 


Kunzelman, Shirley 


32 


Mary 


21 






Max 


21 


Leach, Joseph 


22 


" Peggy Sue 


21 


" Mary 


22 


" Roy 


21 


Lee, Josephine 


23 


" Roy Wayne 


21 


Richard 


19 


" Sharon 


21 


Li Hard, Abraham 


15 


" Stanley 


21 


" Sarah 


18 


" Terrance 


21 


Lindley, Gary W. 


30 


William L. 


21 


Lindsay, David 


8,10 


Mensell, May 


30 


" Jerome 


8 


Miles, Marie 


23 


Lindstrom, Lee 


25 


Miller, Andrew 


17 


Lindstrom, Michael Lee 


25 


" Nancy Ann 


17 


Litton, Catherine 


17 


Moore, Benjamin 


18 


Long, Edward 


15 


Cecil 


28 


Gabreil 


15 


John 


18 


" Henry 


15 


" Mary Sparks 


24 



NAME 

Moore, Thomas L. 
Morrison, Charles 

Hannah 
Moses, Edgar 
James 
" Robert 
Mott, Elizabeth 

George 
Munday, Edmund 

Harrison 

James 

John 

Reuben 

Thomas 

William 
Murphy, Cathy Francis 

John Francis 
Murrey, Mary 

Miriam 
Myers, Beatrice 

Neal, Maudie Bell (Mabel) 

Samuel Morrison 
New, Robert A. 
Newall, Jane 
Mary 
Newbraugh, Chester 
Lawrence 
CH^en 
Nicholas, Ursula 

Olbert, Juanita 
Oldham, Amelia 
Oliffe, Anne 
Overstreet, Eunice 



PAGE 



NAME 



Penn, Laura B. 
" Maria 
" Seaton 
" Sophea 

William 
Perrigo, Nathan 
Perry, Joan 
John 
Pierce, Mollie Lee 
Pilkington, Margaret 

William 
Powell, Annie 

Raleigh, Sir Walter 
Rattliff, Jack 
" Judy Ann 
Rayne, Andrew 
" Rowland 

Thomas in 
Reid, Frank 
Remnion, Doris 
Reynolds, Sally 



18 


Richardson, Elizabeth 


22 


Ricke 


■ , Gerald 


6 


Rogers, Ruth 


23 


Rosier, John, Jr. 


23 


II 


Mary Ball 


23 


Russe 


11, Cordinc 


13 


II 


Col. William 


13 


11 


William 


15 


Rust, 


Anne 


15 


Ryvers, Eleanor 


15 






15 


Schmidt, Leona Julia 


15 


Schoo 


ler, Benjamin 


15 


II 


Charles 


15 


11 


Elizabeth 


32 


II 


Hugh 


32 


11 


John 


25 


11 


Richard 


31 


11 


William 


26 


Schriner, Doris 




Schuete, Lucy 


31 


Scott 


, Caroline Lavina 


31 


It 


Elizabeth 


16 


II 


Lear 


16 


Sergent, Arthur V. 


17 


II 


Ben Hugh 


23 


II 


Edna 


23 


II 


Morris William 


23 


II 


Sheryl Sue 


13 


II 


Wanda Elaine 




11 


Sam 


21 


Shelton 


16 


Shelton, Capt. Clough 


2 


Sidway, Benjamin 


16 


II 


Thomas 




Siemsen, Julia Anna 


28 


Simpson, Blanch 


28 


It 


Esther Bell 


20 


Sims, 


Jane 


20 


Singing Bird 


28 


Sloan, 


Nora 


25 


Smith, 


Alfred 


3 


II 


Blanch 


3 


II 


Carol 


23 


II 


Charles 


7.10 


■1 


Cora 


7 


II 


Ella 


31 


II 


Elizabeth (Fern) 
Elmer 


2 


II 


Elmer Dea 


25 


II 


Elmer Lee 


25 


If 


Francis 


13 


II 


Harold B. 


13 


II 


Harry 


13 


II 


James Madison 


21 


11 


Jewell D. 


25 


II 


Kenneth 


21-22 


II 


Lenora 




It 


Leta 



38 
PAGE 

23 
29 
26 
13 
13 
22 
20 
18 
13 
7 



30 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
26 
22 
5 
17 
16 
30 
29 
29-30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
15 
20 
5 
5 
32 
28 
26 
15 
31 
31 
25 
25 
21 
22 
25 
25 
16,21 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



NAME 

Smith, Luella 
" Louis 
" Mary Jane 
" Maude 
" Olive 
" Orville 
" Phoebe 
" Raymond C. 
" Russell 
" Silvia 
" William 
Sraithers, Sarah 
Steele, Absalon 
" Jane 
" William 
Stephens, Richard 
Sterling, John 
S te vens on , J ohn 
Stump, Elizabeth 
Swan, Charles C. 
Swinney, Daniel 

Paul 
" Rut S. Korda 
Symmes , Anna 
" John C 

Talley, Elizabeth 

" India 

" William 

Taylor, Bess 

" Robert V. 

Tenny, Hazel 

Thomas, George Fletcher 

" Lola Fern 

" Mae 

" Mary Alice 

Thorpe, Viola 

Tins ley, Frances 

John 
" William 
Todd, Jane 
Travel, Thomas 
Tribble, Ruth Ann 
Tucker, Drury 
" Francis 
" Milly 
" Susannah 
Turner, Ruth 
Tuttle, Albert Bumham 
" Boyd MacKay 
" Craig Bradley 
" Dolores Janette 



PAGE 


NAME 




21 


Tuttle, Gwendolyn Elvira 


25 


ti 


John Marshall 


22-26 


11 


Jon McCay 


25 


II 


Jack V/ade 


25 


II 


Lana Kay 


25 


II 


Leon James 


15 


II 


I-Iahlon Anson 


25 


II 


Marita Gertrude 


21 


II 


Maria LaDa'.m 


25 


It 


Myra Jolean 


25 


II 


Rita Mae 


16 


II 


Robert Leroy 


20 


!l 


Rodney Ray 


20 


II 


Rose Loree 


20 


II 


Sandra Lynn 


2 


II 


Von Marshall 


16 






16 


VJame : 


r, Marv 


17 


Way, < 


::elia 


17 


Weathi 


arford, Maxine 


26 


VTebbe: 


r, Maurine 


26 


Weber 


, Carole Ann 


26 


11 


Diana Lynn 


5 


11 


George 


5 


II 


George David 




II 


Robert Clay 


19 


II 


Samuel Christopher 


19 


II 


Thomas Stuart 


19 


VJeeks 


, Lynn 


28 


M 


Thomas 


28 


II 


William 


25 


Wesbu 


rg, Shelby 


23 


l^ite 


, Daniel 


21 


II 


David 


22 


II 


Frances 


23 


Wideman, Eugene 


25 


II 


James 


17 


II 


Lin a Sue 


17 


II 


Russell T 


19 


Williams, James 


19 


II 


VJilliam 


9 


Wingreave, Frances 


21 


Wood, 


Harvey 


20 


II 


Harvey, Jr. 


20 


II 


James Samuel 


20 


II 


Lillian 


20 


II 


Loretta 


26 


II 


Monroe 


30 


II 


Paul 


30 


M 


Stephen Scott 


30 


II 


Vencll Lee 


30 


II 


VJynette 



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