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The Harris papers : a genealogical notebook

collected by Kathryn Wiggins
Wiggins, Kathryn (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Camarillo, California : [K. Wiggins, 1968?- ]
v. : ill., coats of arms, maps, ports.

Notes

To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 20 of this item click here.

Contents: v. 1, Sec. 1. Historical background. Sec. 2. Henrico County, Virginia, 1623-early 1700's. Sec. 3. Goochland County, Virginia, 1728-1800. Sec. 4. Cumberland County, Virginia, 1749-1790 -- v. 2, Sec. 5. Powhatan County, Virginia, 1777-early 1800's. Sec. 6. Hanover County, Virginia, 1709-1792. Sec. 7. Louisa County, Virginia, 1742 to about 1800. Sec. 8. Miscellaneous Harris records in Virginia. Sec. 9. Granville County, North Carolina, 1755-1793. Sec. 10. Wake, Richmond, and Anson Counties in North Carolina, 1763- 1820. Sec. 11. Some miscellaneous Harris records in North Carolina, late 1700's and early 1800's. Sec. 12. A few Harris records in Marshall County in Mississippi, 1850-1900 -- v. 3, Sec. 14. Land patents and grants in Virginia, 1623 to 1725. Sec. 15. Harris, Claiborne, and Sherwood records as available in James City County. Sec. 16. Harris, Claiborne and Sherwood and associated families as they appear in the earliest records of Surry County, 1652-1759. Sec. 17. Harris wills in Southampton County, 1749-1800, also inventories and witnesses noted. Sec. 18. Earliest records of Charles City County, Virginia, 1655-1695; Harrieses in the personal property tax lists, 1784-1800. Sec. 19. Land grant and patent books, 1746-1771, of Lunenburg County; also deed book 1, and beginning deed book 2, as

well as some Claiborne colonial wills in this and other counties -- v. 4, Sec. 19. (cont.) Colonial Lunenburg County, Va. Sec. 20. The early records of Mecklenburg County in Virginia. Sec. 21. Prince George County, Virginia. Sec. 22. Harris in a few tax lists of Dinwiddie County, Va. Sec. 23. Colonial Amelia County, Virginia. Sec. 24. The Harrises and related families in the order books and in the general index to deeds, colonial Chesterfield County, Va.; abstract of deeds and wills. Sec. 25. A table of some Harris marriages in Colonial Virginia. Sec. 26. A few notes on Harris, Claiborne, and Sherwood in early Northampton, Accomack, Princess Anne and Essex County, Virginia; a Northumberland County will. Sec. 27. Harrisiana of colonial Greensville County, Virginia.

No circulation to family history centers.

Abstracts of colonial deeds, wills, and other records for the Harris families of Virginia, North Carolina, and elsewhere.

Includes the Sherwood, Claiborne, and other associated families.

Includes an index with each volume.

Library has v. 4 on film only.

Also available on microfilm and digital images.

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