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John Harris of Lincoln County, North Carolina : and his descendants

compiled by Lela Harris Hoffman
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of originals in the Clark County Genealogical Society Library in Marshall, Illinois.

Includes Keys, Porter, Gifford, Sampson, Nims, Houser and other related families.

John Harris (1744-1839) served as a private in the Revolutionary War from Lincoln Co., North Carolina. He moved his wife and children to Barren Co., Kentucky in 1801. Their sons Francis and John were living there already. They were the parents of Francis, John, Sally, Elizabeth and Fanny. Francis married Sarah Keys, the daughter of George Keys, in 1805. John E. Harris, son of Francis and Sarah married Elizabeth Porter, daughter of Robert M. Porter in 1834. They were living in DeWitt Co., Illinois by 1840. They are buried in Grassy Ridge Cemetery near Bloomington. Several generations of descendants are given.

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