Silvey/Graham & Allied Families

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  • ID: I4163
  • Name: Anthony HARRISON
  • Reference Number: 2752
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1600 in Over, Cambridgeshire, Eng.
  • Death: AFT 1660 in New Kent Co., Va.
  • Note:
    !Harrisons of Dallas Co., Ark.; 17th Century Colonial Ancestors,
    p. 117; Dau. of Amer. Colonits V5, p. 307, 4910; Heitman's
    Register of Officers in the Continental Army; Va. Magazine of
    History, v. 55; Transallegeheny Pioneers; PA Archives (check
    indexes of 3 and 6 series); History of Westmoreland Co., Pa.,
    edited by George Dallas Albert; Tenn. Cousins, by Worth S. Ray,
    p. 501 !Came to Va. from England about 165- !"A House of
    Harrison compiled the years 1966-67 by Catherine Murphy --
    corrected the year 1979 -- State Historical Society of Mo.,
    929.2 H245 c.2. Marriages from the Parish Registers of Over
    and the Cty of Cambridge, England: "Over, Cambridgeshire:
    "Anthony Harrison mar. Joane King 15 Nov., 1584; Anthony
    Hsarrison mar. Margaret Lambert 8 Oct., 1587. . .St. Edward's,
    Cambridge: Andrew Harrison mar. Thomasine Buckford of St.
    Michael's Parish 1 Aug., 1638 . . ." "All Saints', Cambridge:
    "Anthony Harrison Mar. Margaret Sharp 12 Aug., 1603. . . . to
    Va. by 1650. . . There may have been other ch. of Anthony's. At
    least one authority believes there were two other sons: George
    and James." !Kentucky Ancestors Vol. 2, No. 4 - "to Va. in 1653"
    !Per Worth Ray in TN Cousins: " I believe this John at St.
    Andrews Cambridge was the common ancestor of Antony of Over and
    Richard Peter, son of John and died in 1593, was their father.
    Richard became the father of Benjamin, Clerk of Council in VA,
    1630, and Antony of Over was the father of Antony, who,
    according to Nugent, came to VA in 1630, and is the direct
    ancestor of the Long, Nash, Halbert and Simonton line. Antony II
    was the father of Richard Harrison who received a land patent in
    VA July 6, 1664 (Nugent). He, in turn was the father of Andrew
    who married Eleanor_________, and left a will in Essex Co. VA,
    1718." !Internet, Aug., 1996: : Anthony came to Virginia by 1650
    accompanied or induced to come through the efforts of Samuel
    BONNAM. George was listed as a child of Anthony (ID# 987) by
    Tenn Cousins but other references indicated George (ID# 1015) is
    a child of John Harrison. We are currently using Otey's
    conclusions on this family. More research is necessary to
    determine actual ancestry. See further records on ID# 6346.
    Anthony + (Jr) who migrated with his father to Virginia along
    with cousin Benjamin (alegedly the ancestor of Ben the Signer).
    !P. Grout" <scpls@access.usa.net> Mar. 14, 1997 - I'll
    summarize what the book says about the ancestors of Andrew
    (d.1718). Richard Harrison had a brother named Andrew. Their
    father's name is Anthony Harrison, Jr. Anthony's father was
    Anthony, Sr. (b. ca. 1563), son of Peter Harrison (d. 1593).
    Peter's father is John Harrison. "Written history of this family
    seems to begin with the will of John Harrison of St. Andrews,
    Cambridge, England recorded in 1538 in which John mentions his
    sons, Peter, Hugh George, and Richard."




    Father: Anthony HARRISON b: 1563 in Over, England

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      Children
      1. Has Children Richard HARRISON b: 1628 in London, Eng.
      2. Has No Children George HARRISON
      3. Has Children Andrew HARRISON
      4. Has No Children James HARRISON Cont. Army
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