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  • Harrison family from the lower Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, 1760-1994
  • Mosby family
  • Endicot family
  • Faubion family
  • Downing family
by G. Eugene Harrison
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Peoria, Arizona : G.E. Harrison, 1995]
337 p. : coat of arms, map, port.
[Revision 1.1]

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Probably originally published as five separate works with titles: Harrison family from the lower Shenendoah Valley of Virginia, 1760-1994 -- Mosby family -- Endicott family -- Faubion family -- Downing family.

Contents: The descendants of Samuel Harrison, 1730-1789 -- The descendants of Edward Mosby, 1655-1740 -- The descendants of John Endicott, 1588-1665 -- The descendants of Jacob Faubion, 1735-1827 -- The descendants of William Downing, 1805-1877.

Samuel Harrison (1730-1789) and his wife, Margaret, had six children, 1765-1787, born in Berkeley County, West Virginia. He died in Berkeley County. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, and elsewhere.

Includes the Hedges, Holmes, and other related families.

Edward Mosby (ca. 1655-ca. 1710), a Quaker, immigrated to America in 1663. He and his wife, Sarah Woodson, had eight children, 1685- ca. 1709. The family lived at Westover Parish, Charles City, Virginia. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, and elsewhere.

Gov. John Endicott (1588-1665) and his first wife, Ann Gouer (1610- 1629), immigrated to New England in 1628 and settled at Salem, Massachusetts. He married 2) Elizabeth Cogan in 1630 at Salem. They had two sons, 1632-ca. 1635. Descendants listed lived in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and elsewhere.

Jacob Faubion (ca. 1735-1827) married Dianna Rector before 1770 in Virginia. They had ten children, ca. 1770-after 1787, born in Fauquier County, Virginia, and Cooke County, Tennessee. Jacob and Diana Faubion died in Cooke County, Tennessee. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, and elsewhere.

Includes the Broadhurst and other related families.

William Downing (1805-1877) was born in Vermont. He married Eliza Simmons in 1829 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. They had eight children, 1830-1850, born at Willoughby, Lake County, Ohio. William and Eliza Downing died at Willoughby. Descendants listed lived in Ohio and elsewhere.

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