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James David Harris : his kith and his kin : a compilation of Harris history

by Glenn W. Gohr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Springfield, Missouri : G.W. Gohr, c1990
181 p. : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports., pedigrees ; 29 cm.

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Ancestors and descendants of James David Harris (1871-1938), who was born in NcNairy Co., Tennessee to William Ashley Harris and Sarah Agatha Littlefield. He died in Marlow, Oklahoma. He married Docia Bell Pyron (1872-1944) 1894 in McNairy Co., Tennessee. The early Harris ancestor, Capt. Thomas Harris (d. 1658), came from England, and married Joan Osborne? (b. ca. 1600) ca. 1627 in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants live in Tennessee, Texas, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, Utah and elsewhere.

Includes related families of Hix, Littlefield, Cash, Clay etc.

Includes index.

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