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Family history of Harris, Patterson, Poer and collateral lines

by Lois Harris Redding
Redding, Lois Harris (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : s.n.], c1975
[10] 312 p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes Patterson, Poer, Harris, Salle, Armstrong, Hurt and other related families.

George Fuller Harris (ca.1740-1827) was the orphan of Mary Fuller Harris of York Co., Virginia. He was the father of eight children. He settled in Lincoln Co., Kentucky and was buried there.

Samuel Patterson (d.1799) died in Franklin Co., Virginia. He married (1) Cicely/Sicely Pointdexter and (2) Mrs. Jane Pinkard in 1788 in Franklin Co., Virginia. He was the father of Samuel, James, Jonathan and Andrew Patterson.

David Poer (1735-1825) and his brother Aaron emigrated to the American colonies from Ireland about 1755. David settled near Troy, N.C. He married (1) Mrs. Sallie (Sanders) Jourdan (d.1810) about 1764. They were the parents of ten children. Several generations of ancestors and descendants are given.

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