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Harrison families in 17th century Virginia : a primer

by James E. Harrison
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Oklahoma City, Oklahoma : J.E. Harrison, 1994]
74 leaves.

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Contents: The first six -- Family of Benjamin Harrison of James City County -- York County Harrisons -- Family of Burr Harrison of Stafford County -- Family of Andrew Harrison of Old Rappahannock County -- James Harrison of Essex County -- Family of Andrew Harrison of Essex County -- Family of George Harrison of Westmoreland County -- Eastern shore Harrisons -- Family of Daniel Harrison of Surry County -- Prince George County Harrisons -- Fragments -- Bibliography -- Index.

"The work offered here is a series of sketches of known families of Harrisons who lived in 17th century Virginia, along with some 17th century references to individuals who are not yet identifiable with a family that can be described."

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