1630 W. Covina Blvd., Spc92
San Dimas, California 91773-3410
By: Gideon Dowse Harris, (Columbus, Miss., 1914)
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FORMAT: ELECTRONIC ONLY (CD-ROM)
The book's full text of 105 pages has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and there is no index.
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The following is taken from the book:
"All of the Harris records, fragments of records, and traditions, state that a Baptist preacher named Henry Harris from Glamorgan, Wales, was granted, with others, ten miles square of land in Henrico County, Virginia, said land being located on the south bank of the James River, about twenty miles above the present site of the city of Richmond. This land grant was said to have been made in 1691, and it was further stated that Manakin Town was the "hot bed from which the Harrises sprang." Also it was said that Henry Harris brought over four shiploads of emigrants who settled in this section of Virginia. Nothing else was known of said Henry Harris except that he had one son, Edward. The record goes on to name the thirteen children of Edward, and fixes the dates of their birth, but gives no legal evidence or verification of the statements made that might enable me to identify this Edward Harris."
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