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Captain Thomas Harris, 1586 to 1658, English immigrant in 1611

by Dr. Malcolm H. Harris ... [et al.]
Harris, Malcolm Hart (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [United States : M.H. Harris?], 1966. iv, 150 p. : ill., coat of arms., geneal. tables, ports.

Captain Thomas Harris (1588-1638), son of Sir William Harris of Crixey, Essex County, England, immigrated to Virginia in 1611 and settled in Charles City County. He served as a captain in the militia in in the Indian uprisings of 1622 and served serveral terms in the Virginia House of Burgeses. In 1626, he moved to Longfield or Curles plantation in Henrico County. Record chiefly follows line of descent to Gideon Harris (1790-1860) of Prince Edward County, Virginia, and Marshall County, Tennessee; and his brother, David Harris (1781- 1864) of Prince Edward County, Virginia, and Marshall County, Tennessee, and their children.

Includes the Gilliam and other related families.

Includes index.

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