Harrison Family Info, Chatham and Effingham Co, Ga

The Elkins, Harrison, Keller, Tondee, Wilson families were all close in or near Savannah, Georgia (in Chatham County, Georgia, and Effingham County, Georgia). The following links are research pages for the Elkins, Harrison, and Keller surnames:

Harrison: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/harrison-family-info/
Keller: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/keller-family-info/
Elkins: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/elkins-info-in-georgia-and-nearby/

The following people have pages on this website who were part of the above Elkins, Harrison, and Keller families:

William Harrison b. abt 1776-77: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/1776-77-william-harrison-of-chatham-county-and-effingham-county-georgia/

George Adam Keller b. abt 1725: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/1725-george-adam-keller/

Thomas Elkins b. abt 1783: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/1783-thomas-elkins-of-effingham-county-georgia/

Map of Georgia Counties:

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1811 Counties in Georgia:

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Areas Researching (links): 

Research/Notes for Chatham and Effingham Counties, Georgia – Harrison: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/harrison-family-info/

Research/Notes for Misc Georgia Counties Harrison:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/harrison-family-info-misc-georgia-counties-research-in-progress/

Research/Notes for South Carolina Counties – Harrison:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/harrison-family-south-carolina-info/

Info to Review: 

Land Index Cards in Chatham County, Georgia

Harrison Index Cards: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTQ-PLNC?i=3142&cat=145408

Keller Index Cards: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTQ-G5ZY?i=648&cat=145408

Elkins Index Cards: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTQ-PRPF?i=805&cat=145408

Bell Index Cards: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTQ-5QL3-P?i=1004&cat=145408

Deeds and Index: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/140778?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Georgia Vault Deeds location: https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/search/order/title/ad/asc/page/1

Family Summaries in Progress:  

This research summary starts with William Harrison, my 4th great grandfather, of Chatham County, Georgia.

William Harrison was born between 1776 and 1780 according to the US Census records of 1820 and 1830 and died about 1835 in Chatham County, Georgia, as his will was probated on March 21, 1835.

William Harrison is married to Mary Keller on September 5, 1807. They have six children that he names in his will. They are:

1) Rebecca Catherine Harrison 1808-1861 m. Jesse William Peoples, Jr. 1813-1856
2) George Paul Harrison, Sr 1813-1888 m. Thursa Adelaide Guinn 1821-1902
3) Mary Franklin Harrison 1816-1907 m. William Forrester 1822-1908
4) Harriet Louisa Harrison 1821 m. Needham Bullard 1817-1878
5) Susan Elizabeth Harrison 1824-1862 m. Joseph Henry Hines 1820-1871
6) Harris Kollock Harrison 1827-1873 m. Sarah Elinor Elkins 1829-1868

The wills of William Harrison, Paul Keller (Mary Keller’s uncle) in Chatham County, Georgia help quite a bit in confirming who the descendants are; and a Memoir written by George Cohen Harrison (my 2nd great grandfather – he was the son of Harris Kollock Harrison) describing his families journey from Georgia to Texas during the closing of the Civil War, and the relatives they visited on the way, does a great job in helping to place who is who.

William Harrison b. 1776-1780 first appears in court records in the Savannah, Georgia Civil Minute Books in January 1805 as a plaintiff over debts owed as a indorsee on notes.

On February 21, 1807, William Harrison, planter, buys 25 acres of land from a Peter Davis in Chatham County, Georgia. The land is located next to land owned by Maj. Peter Deveraux, Thomas Gibbons, Esq, and Thomas Davis. William Harrison is married to Mary Keller on September 5, 1807. On Dec 7, 1807 William Harrison witnesses the last will and testament of Celia Dotson of Chatham County.

On December 20, 1810, William Harrison purchases 100 acres of land in Chatham County from Stephen F Gregory and his wife Catherine Gregory.

Family Relations  (not confirmed in any way – looking for ancestry of William Harrison above who died in 1835.  People to look at below):

PARENTS: 

Unk Harrison – (There was a Samuel Harrison who petitioned for land in Georgia in 1764 and stated that he “had been Twenty four Years in the Province had had no Land and was desirous to obtain Land agreeable to his Majesty’s royal Proclamation having a Wife and four Children”No documents found yet to verify who Samuel Harrison’s children were, but its a lead to follow up.   He says he had been in the province 24 years, meaning he arrived around 1740, likely making his birth year before 1719 – I would estimate somewhere between 1714-1719)

Children:  The following appear to be siblings – so have the same parent(s):
1 Humphrey Harrison b. abt 1735-40 wife Catherine in militia from 1760-1767 in or near Savannah, Georgia, in deed and other transactions from 1763 – 1781 that mention his wife Catherine.  In 1791 a Catherine Harrison, widow appears in transations in and around Savannah, Georgia.
2 Mordecai Harrison b. abt 1735-40 (both in militia together from 1760-67). In 1763 Mordecai wits Humphrey’s deed transaction.

1767 Samuel Harrison – 1767 militia

1788 Joseph Harrison separated from wife Sarah Harrison (late Pearce) in 1788 in Effingham Co.

1789 John Sealy Harrison is wit to will of Catherine B Rehm.

1790 – Catherine Harrison widow conveys slave in Chatham Co.
in 1793 Catharine Harrison and Thomas Harrison are separately in tax records of Chatham
in 1804 Estate of Catharine Harrison – daughter Margaret Downer with her husb Alexander Downer, neice Elizabeth Harris, grandson Michael Denslee (or Durslee/Dunslee?).

1793 – John Harrison is shoemaker conveys lot 15 to William Bell with a life estate to the decease of Elizabeth Harrison, wife of Thomas Harrison
in 1799 – tax returns show a John Harrison shoemaker, and “children of Thomas Harrison”
in 1800 William Bell shoemaker leaves all to John Harrison shoemaker
in 1802 William Mathews transaction w John Harrison his “half brother”(same mom then?), and John’s daughters are Elizabeth and Susannah Harrison who recd a lot from Mathews.
in 1806 John Harrison and Mary Harrison his wife, is exectr and sole heir of William Bell shoemaker decd
in 1808 land transaction Michael Harrison and Susan Harrison are noted as children of John and Mary Harrison shoemaker
– ALSO in dispute with William Wilkie re lot number 15 – Wilkie appears to be married to daughter of Elizabeth Harrison
in 1817 Suzane E Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, had marriage contract to marry John H. Clark – trust to father in lots 15, 10, 1, lot on Margaret Street, lot 22,
in 1829 Michael Harrison and wife Alethia Harrison transaction
in 1832 estate of Michael Harrison

1794- Thomas and Elizabeth Harrison sell a slave to John Barrien (a Jacob Barrier had prev owned lot Humphrey Harrison purch in 1763).
in 1793 – Catharine Harrison and Thomas Harrison are in tax recs Chatham
In 1811 shows Estate of Thomas Harrison mariner decd

1801 James Harrison transaction for slave

1804 Ann Harrison is admx of Est of Jabez Harrison decd widow. William Wilkie applied for admin in right of his wife (likely a daughter/heir).

1804 Estate of Elizabeth Harrison decd.

1805 William Harrison starts showing up in court cases, in 1807 he witnesses Celia Dotson’s will.
in 1807 William Harrison red 25 acres from Peter Davis
in 1810 William Harrison recd 100 acres from Stephen Gregory.
in 1812 Edward Harrison’s will shows wife Cynthia Harrison, children William Bolding Harrison, and Edward Lawson Harrison, and brother William Harrison to educate kids.
in 1815 William Harrison registers his own brand/mark, and registers the Estate of Edward Harrison’s brand/mark (taking care of children’s estate).
in 1833 William Harrison, Marry Harrison, and Rebecca C Peoples wit last will of Catherine Langley, widow of George A Keller remarried
in 1835 will shows wife Mary, children Rebecca Catherine, George Paul, Mary Franklin, Harriet Louissa, Susan Elizabeth, and Harris Kollock.
in 1838 Mary C Harrison admx of Edward L Harrison inventory, with Zipperer, Dasher, and Power mentioned
in 1839 Mary C Harrison widow of Edward L, is to marry Samuel B White, Philip Ulmer Jr is trustee of her property (father or brother maybe?), her children are Charles A J Sweat, Anne Eliza Sweat, John Furman Sweat, Mary J Harrison, Martha L Harrison.

1809 Caleb Harrison shows in sale of a slave, and in 1810 he wits the will of Balthasar Shaffer esqr.
In 1810 land trans he is noted as Caleb Harrison couchmaker, and Mary C Harrison his wife
in 1813 Estate of Caleb Harrison opened, with Mary C Harrison admx

1820 Last will of Martin Harrison – wife Ann Harrison, brother Daniel Harrison – mentions father but unnamed, asks Richard Harrison to send money to father (unidentied relation to Richard Harrison).

1821 estate of Jonas B Harrison shows a note for Joshua L Harrison.

1823 Ann Harrison marriage agreement to marry John David Mongin (or Morgin?).

1827 Sarah Harrison marriage agreement with Henry W. Story.

1840 Francis Harrison trans with Calvin Emmons.

Some good places for Sources for the following information:  

Letters written found online at Georgia Archives Digital Collection:  See: https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/

Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934:   https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/savannahcourtrecs/

Probate Loose papers in Chatham Co, Ga:  https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/255128-abstracts-of-wills-chatham-county-georgia-1773-1817?viewer=1&offset=0#page=1&viewer=picture&o=info&n=0&q=

Chatham Co, GA William Harrison militia info: http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/FileIINames/id/36489/rec/1215

Probate Loose papers in Chatham Co, Ga:  https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/255128-abstracts-of-wills-chatham-county-georgia-1773-1817?viewer=1&offset=0#page=1&viewer=picture&o=info&n=0&q=

FamilySearch Catalogue: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&query=%2Bsubject%3AGeorgia%20%2Bsubject%3AChatham&subjectsOpen=504654-50

Chatham Co, Ga deed records: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/140778?availability=Family%20History%20

Chatham Co, Ga. http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/3578/rec/17

1867-1871 – Chatham Co, Ga.  – H index begins: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKK-ZQXL-6?i=171&cat=140778

Superior Court minutes, 1782-1900 Authors: Georgia. Superior Court (Chatham County) (Main Author) https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/141528?availability=Family%20History%20Library

FamilySearch Catalogue Chatham County, Ga:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&query=%2Bsubject%3AGeorgia%20%2Bsubject%3AChatham&subjectsOpen=504654-50

Chatham Co, Ga deed records: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/140778?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1867-1871 Chatham County Deeds – H index begins: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKK-ZQXL-6?i=171&cat=140778

Effingham Co, Georgia FamilySearch Catalogue page: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&query=%2Bsubject%3AGeorgia%20%2Bsubject%3AEffingham&subjectsOpen=383336-50

Deed and mortgage record, 1786-1918; Effingham Co, Ga.  general index to deeds, 1786-1918: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/166933?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Effingham County grants, also some Chatham County, Georgia, 1771-1801: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1012231?availability=Family%20History%20Library (Loose papers – no index)

Wills in Effingham Co, Ga: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005759631_00009?pid=149986&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8635%26h%3D149986%26tid%3D69705632%26pid%3D322118675565%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DkUu6785%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=69705632&personid=322118675565&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu6785&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&_ga=2.176145643.856035638.1563377534-449241466.1558399711#?imageId=005759631_00008

Superior Court minutes, 1782-1900  Chatham Co, Ga
Authors:
Georgia. Superior Court (Chatham County) (Main Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/141528?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Effingham Co, Georgia

FamilySearch Catalogue page Effingham Co, Georgia : https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&query=%2Bsubject%3AGeorgia%20%2Bsubject%3AEffingham&subjectsOpen=383336-50

Deed and mortgage record, 1786-1918; general index to deeds, 1786-1918: Effingham Co, Georgia  https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/166933?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Effingham County grants, also some Chatham County, Georgia, 1771-1801: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1012231?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Loose papers – no index)

Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934:   https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/savannahcourtrecs/

Georgia Vault Deeds location: https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/search/order/title/ad/asc/page/1

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1732 Nov 1 – Palace Court November the 1st 1732, Present in Common Council Assembled Mr. Laroche in the Chair, Lord Percival, Mr Oglethorpe, Mr Vernon, Mr Hucks, Mr Tower, Mr Hales, Mr Belitha.
… p. 12 The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
Mr John Salmon and Mr Charles Harrison attended, and desired twelve hundred acres of Land in Georgia in trust for twelve Persons to carry on the Pot Ash Trade. Which was agreed to on the following Terms.
1“ The Grant shall be made to such Persons as they shall nominate in trust for twelve Persons, and their Heirs Male; And no like Grant to any other Number of Persons in Partnership to be made for ten Years.
2”’ Ten Men on their account shall arrive in Georgia within one Year, or the Grant to be void.
3”” They are to have Ground Plots for four Houses within the first Town; and they may make two thousand Pounds w‘of Sope till further License.
4‘“” The Lands shall be within the Precincts of the Town of Savanah, half a mile along the River, and into the Country sufficient to make up the twelve hundred Acres, and shall not be alienated without License from the Common Council.
5”“’ Their Servants shall have the same Allotment of Land, as is given to others in the same Circumstances, at the Expiration of their Service.
6‘“ They are to covenant to clear in three Years Sixty Acres of Land
7““’ No Private Person shall be prevented carrying on the Pot Ash Trade, if he thinks proper.
8““’ If Six hundred Acres be not cleared and improved within ten Years, the whole Grant shall revert to the Trustees, but if they clear Eight hundred within that time, the Common Council will grant them three hundred Acres more.
9”” They shall plant a thousand White Mulberry Trees on every hundred Acres of Land.
10”” They shall pay a Quit Rent of five Shillings of the Money of Great Britain … for every hundred acres for three Years after the Expiration of seven Years from the Date of the Grant, and ten shillings figann. for every hundred Acres of Land for ever after.

1732 Dec 7 – Palace Court … p. 13, 14. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
Read a Lease of twelve hundred Acres in Georgia granted to William Reyner, John Salmon, Charles Harrison, Thomas Smith, and John Coates for ten Years to cultivate and improve the said twelve hundred acres in the Potash Trade, wherein is a Covenant for assuring the said twelve hundred Acres in Tail Male to them and seven others by them to be nominated, at One hundred Acres each, on their Performance of Covenants, and a further Condition for granting the said Persons three hundred Acres more on condition that they cultivate Eight hundred Acres in ten Years.
Order’d
That the Seal be aflix’d to the said Lease. Which was afl‘ix’daccordingly.

1732 Dec 14 – Palace Court … p. 90. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 1.
Receiv’d of William Reyner, John Salmon, Charles Harrison, Thomas Smith, and John Coates Five Pounds, five Shillings, their Consideration Money mention’d in their Grant for the Purposes of the Charter.
…p. 92. Receiv’d receipt from the Bank for 5 pounds 5 shillings, the benefaction of Mr William Reyner, Charles Harrison, Thomas Smith, John Salmon, and John Coates, who are to embark on the Potash Trade, to be applied to the Purposes of the Charter.

1732 Dec 18 p. 11. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 3.
Monies received from the Several Persons Hereafter Named for the Following Pourposes: That is to Say…
… Mr. John Salmon, Mr William Reyner, Mr Charles Harrison, Mr Thomas Smith, and Mr John Coates, L1:1:- each, the consideration money mentioned in their grant. 5:5:-.

1732 Dec 21 – Palace Court … p. 15-16 The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
That the Secretary do sign the Copy of the Grant of twelve hundred Acres to William Reyner, John Salmon, Charles Harrison, Thomas Smith, and John Coates, in Order for the same being register’d in Georgia, and to be of equal Evidence with the Original.

1732/3 Jan 10 – Palace Court … p. 16-17 The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
Read a Power to James Oglethorpe Esq‘ to set out, limit, and bound twelve hundred Acres, and convenient Space for four Houses in Georgia to William Reyner, John Salmon, Charles Harrison, Thomas Smith and John Coates, their Executors, Administrators, and Assigns.
Order’d
That the Seal of the Corporation be affix’d to the said Power.
– Which was aflix’d accordingly.

1733 July 25- Palace Court … p. 131. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 1.
Mr Reyner attended and declared that he would not have any thing further to do with John Salmon, Charles Harrison Thomas Smith and John Coates in relation to the Grant of twelve hundred Acres of Land in Georgia.

CHATHAM CO, and EFFINGHAM CO, GEORGIA  (chronological order):

1735/6 Feb – List of Residents p. 81 (83) – Anne Harrison, servt to Will. Moore. embarked 14th Oct 1735, arrived Feb. 1735/6. Chatham County, Georgia
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/guan/4132/pdfs/harg4132-020.pdf

1742 Aug 25 – p. 43. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 6.
The President acquainting the Board that he had two Bills drawn on him one by Mr Thomas Hawkins for £11.. 11.. 6 due to him as Magistrate in Frederica and for Rejoicings; And the other Bill from Mrs Harrison for £5, for her officiating as Mid Wife at Frederica, both which Bills were made payable to Mr John Brownfield; It is the Opinion of this Board unanimously that we do adhere to the Observance of the Trustees Orders, and to the Minute thereon made of the 3d of July last; that no Remittances of any kind be made to Frederica until such Time as the Trustees Orders before mention’d are fulfilled

1743 Dec 5 – Queen’s Square Westminster … p. 432. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
That Capt Mark Carr’s Claim of Bounty Money amounting to the Sum of fifty Eight Pounds fifteen Shillings, And Mrs Elizabeth Harrison’s Claim for Eight Pounds Nine Shillings for Acting as Publick Midwife at Frederica from November 1st 1741 be refer’d to the said Committee.
Resolved

1743 Dec 5 – p. 709. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 5.
… 4. RESOLV’D that the Claim of Bounty by Capt Mark Carr amounting to 58.. 15.. 0 and the Claim of Elizabeth Harrison for 8.. 3.. 0 for acting as Publick Midwife at Frederica from 1 Nov 1741 be referr’d to the same Comittee. ..

1744/45 Feb 23, Saturday – Queen’s Square Westminster … p. 448. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 2.
That the Committee had read a Letter from Elizabeth Harrison to the Trustees Accountant claiming the Sum of Eight Pounds Nine Shillings for officiating as Publick Midwife at Frederica from November 1″ 1741 to July 9” 1743 Which being Certified by the first Bailiff of Frederica to be so due, And She Desiring the same may be paid to Capt. William Thomson for her use; The Committee were of Opinion that the said Sum of Eight Pounds Nine Shillings should be paid Accordingly.

1756-1767 – Militia Records for Harrisons in the area. Note:  In 1756 we have Thomas Harrison, serjeant and Samuel Harrison, private in Capt. Raymond Demere’s Company of Independent Foot – both Stationed in the Cherokees. A Francis Harrison is also in Capt. Raymond Demere’s Company of Independent Foot, stationed “on the spot”. I have not seen any military records yet between 1756-1760, but starting in 1760 to 1767 we see Humphry Harrison and Mordecai Harrison both privates in the Second Troop of Georgia Rangers under Capt. James Edward Powell, Commander. Humphrey Harrison also shows up in the First Troop of Georgia Rangers under Capt. John Milledge from 1760 to 1762.
In 1766 a Samuel Harrison corporal, joins Humphrey Harrison and Mordecai Harrison in the Second Troop of Georgia Rangers under Capt. James Edward Powell.

1756 Aug 25 – Oct 24, 1756 – Georgia Milita p. 993
Capt Raymond Demere’s Company of Independent Foot
Samuel Harrison – private – Stationed in the Cherokees
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1023/20416?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=730,227,902,256;878,375,1049,410;552,1699,748,1729

1756 Aug 25 – Oct 24, 1756 – Georgia Milita p. 994
Capt Raymond Demere’s Company of Independent Foot
Francis Harrison – private – Stationed on the spot
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1024/20417?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=1065,365,1236,400;1209,1603,1379,1638;736,2262,932,2290

1756 Aug 25 – Oct 24, 1756 – Georgia Milita p. 995
Capt Raymond Demere’s Company of Independent Foot
Thomas Harrison – Serjeant – Stationed in the Cherokees
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1025/20418?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=724,220,897,249;1022,369,1195,405;549,575,746,605

1760 Jan 1 – 1 Apr 1760 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1041
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1071/20464?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=963,762,1135,788;789,842,962,879;566,2040,762,2070;566,2123,760,2153;763,2331,959,2359

1760 Feb 18 – 18 May 1760 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1013
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1043/20436?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=916,223,1086,250;741,304,913,340;540,1423,735,1451;735,2208,908,2243

1760 Apr 1 – 1 Jul 1760 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1042
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private 
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1072/20465?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=931,301,1102,337;706,547,901,576;705,796,901,823;924,2734,1094,2770

1760 May 18 – 18 Aug 1760 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1014
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1044/20437?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=917,309,1089,344;705,2288,899,2316

1760 Jul 1 – 1 Oct 1760 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1045
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1075/20468?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=963,223,1135,250;792,305,962,341;569,472,766,501;569,515,766,544;796,1133,966,1169

1760 Aug 18 – 18 Nov 1760 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1016
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1046/20439?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=898,315,1070,352;698,438,894,467;893,1225,1065,1261

1760 Oct 1 – 1 Jan 1761 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1046
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Morgan Harrison – private
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1076/20469?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=927,299,1098,335;699,876,898,905;699,918,895,947;917,2073,1090,2108

1760 Nov 18 – 18 Feb 1761 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1017
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1047/20440?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=944,242,1115,269;769,324,943,360;568,1361,764,1389;764,2188,938,2222

1761 Jan 1 – 1 Apr 1761 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1047
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1077/20470?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=1007,224,1178,251;808,305,980,341;581,1794,777,1823;579,1836,775,1865

1761 Feb 18 – 18 May 1761 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1018
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1048/20441?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=912,303,1086,337;702,2279,900,2309

1761 Apr 1 – 1 Jul 1761 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1048
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1078/20471?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=913,314,1086,350;680,2461,878,2490;682,2501,878,2531

1761 May 18 – 18 Aug 1761 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1019
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1049/20442?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=934,251,1107,279;759,331,931,366;533,2973,730,3003

1761 Jul 1 – 1 Oct 1761 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1050
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1080/20473?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=917,300,1089,336;692,794,887,825;692,837,887,867;909,2156,1081,2192

1761 Aug 18 – 18 Nov 1761 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1021
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1051/20444?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=947,228,1119,254;773,309,944,345;573,1178,769,1208;769,2004,940,2041

1761 Oct 1 – 1 Jan 1762 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1051
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1081/20474?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=977,245,1148,273;803,327,973,362;573,1691,769,1721;573,1732,769,1760

1761 Nov 18 – 18 Feb 1762 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1022
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1052/20445?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=903,286,1076,321;705,2144,902,2173

1762 Jan 1 – 1 Apr 1762 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1052
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1082/20475?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=917,337,1087,372;686,2479,883,2509;686,2518,883,2548

1762 Feb 18 – 18 May 1762 – First Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1023
Capt John Milledge, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1053/20446?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=916,224,1087,251;741,304,913,341;517,2867,714,2897

1762 Apr 1 – 1 Jul 1762 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1054
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1084/20477?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=922,312,1094,346;695,888,893,917;697,930,893,959;914,2374,1086,2408

1762 Jul 1 – 1 Oct 1762 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1055
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1085/20478?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=967,227,1136,253;793,308,963,343;563,1925,758,1954;563,1968,758,1996

1762 Oct 1 – 1 Jan 1763 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1057
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1087/20480?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=971,235,1143,261;796,316,969,352;573,440,769,471;573,482,769,512;796,2014,967,2051

1763 Jan 1 – 1 Apr 1763 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1058
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mordecai Harrison – private
Humphry Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1088/20481?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=937,305,1109,341;710,1503,906,1533;711,2287,906,2317

1763 Apr 1- 1 Jul 1763 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1059
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1089/20482?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=946,212,1118,239;772,292,944,327;530,2276,727,2306

1763 Jul 1 – 1 Oct 1763 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1061
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1091/20484?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=963,214,1135,240;788,295,961,331;560,794,758,822;773,2408,943,2442

1763 Oct 1 – 1 Jan 1764 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1062
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mod Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1092/20485?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=948,286,1120,321;720,1813,917,1843

1764 Jan 1 – 1 Apr 1764 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1063
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1093/20486?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=984,216,1155,243;808,298,981,334;806,840,978,875;581,2785,777,2812

1764 Apr 1 – 1 Jul 1764 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1065
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1095/20488?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=977,223,1148,249;803,304,973,339;578,1213,774,1244

1766 Jul 1 – 1 Oct 1766 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1066
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Samuel Harrison – corporal
Humfrey Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1096/20489?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=912,301,1083,336;683,794,879,825;667,2525,864,2555;667,2567,864,2596

1766 Oct 1 – 1 Jan 1767 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1068
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphrey Harison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Samuel Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1098/20491?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=922,328,1094,363;698,1028,894,1057;698,1070,894,1100;698,1112,893,1142;920,2431,1091,2467

1767 Jan 1 – 31 Mar 1767 – Second Troop of Georgia Rangers p. 1069
Capt James Edward Powell, Commander
Humphry Harrison – private
Mordecai Harrison – private
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49108/FLHG_ColonialSoldiersSouth-1099/20492?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return&rc=982,241,1154,269;808,323,980,358;573,2103,769,2133;574,2145,770,2175

Savannah Georgia – map and locations of Harrison families and related info (Click to Enlarge):

A – Lot 10 in Ewensburgh

1-1763 Apr 23 – Humphrey Harrison purchases Lot 10 Ewensburg from Andrew Pence and Mary his wife

B – Lot 6 in Trustees Gardens

1-1765 Oct 25 – Adam Kehler purchases Lot 6 in Trustees Gardens from Grey Elliott

C – Lot 5 in Trustees Gardens

1-1768 May 18 – Adam Kehler purchases Lot 5 in Trustees Gardens from Christian Camphert
2-1794 Dec 1 – George Adam Keller in his last will, leaves Lot 5 to his grandson John Adam Keller “lot next to lot 7”, half to John Adam Keller, and half to Allen Griffin.

D – Lot 10 in Second Tything Reynolds Ward

1-1774 March 15 – Humphrey Harrison purchases Lot in in Second Tything Reynolds Ward from Malker Long
2-1778 May 10 – Humphrey Harrison and wife Catherine sells town lot 10 in Second Tything Reynolds Ward to Alexander Cunningham.

E – Lot 10 in Yamercraw

1-1781 Harrison Humphrey conveys to Catherine Harrison 50 acres Dist of Vernonburgh and Lot 10 at Yamercraw according to index (havent found actual deed yet, but in index – some maps place Yamercraw and Ewensburgh right next to eachother, so possibly since this is “Lot 10” this is actually the Ewensburgh lot – and it possibly is a deed after his death via a division of his estate – I havent found his probate ppw, so I dont know).

F – Lot 15 in Saint Gall

1-1793 Nov 20 – John Harrison purchases Lot 15 in Saint Gall from Thomas Norton
2-1793 Nov 21 – John Harrison conveys Lot 15 in Saint Gall to William Bell, IN TRUST on behalf of Elizabeth Harrison, now the wife of Thomas Harrison, for her life, and then to descend to their children when they turn 21.
3-1808 June 13 – John and Mary Harrison sell Lot 15 in St Gall, Lot 10 in Hicks Tything Percival Ward, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh to Joel Waistcoat IN TRUST for use of Mary Harrison, wife of John Harrison, and their children Michael Harrison and Susan Harrison.
4-1817 June 12 – John H Clark and Suzan E Harrison (daughter of John Harrison) to be married; They convey Lots 15 St Gall, Lot 10 Hicks Tything, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh all to John Harrison and Samuel Boyd of Glynn County IN TRUST for Susannah E Harrison so it stays with Susan E Harrison during her life, not subject to husband’s control.

G – Lot 22 in Ewensburgh

1-1802 Aug 28 – William Mathews conveys Lot 22 in Ewensburgh to his neices Elizabeth and Susannah Harrison, they are the daughters of John Harrison. John Harrison is William Mathews’ half brother.

H – Lot Z in Savannah, and Lot 5 in Holland Tything Persival Ward

1-1803 March 18 – Isaac Wikoff and Richard K Harrison of the City of Philadelphia, merchants, buy these lots from John Young Noel.

I – Lot Number 1 corner of West Broad St and New Street

1-1800 Sept 1 – John Harrison receives this lot as part of the estate of William Bell per direction of William Bell’s will.
2-1806 Nov 8 – John and Mary Harrison convey to Thos Mendenhall this lot to Thomas Mendenhall,

J – Lot Number 10 in Hicks Tything

1-1796 June 24 – William Bell buys Lot 10 in Hicks Tything from John Cusack.
2-1800 Sept 1 – This is conveyed to John Harrison in 1800 by direction of William Bell’s last will.
3-1808 June 13 – John and Mary Harrison sell Lot 15 in St Gall, Lot 10 in Hicks Tything Percival Ward, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh to Joel Waistcoat IN TRUST for use of Mary Harrison, wife of John Harrison, and their children Michael Harrison and Susan Harrison.
4-1817 June 12 – John H Clark and Suzan E Harrison (daughter of John Harrison) to be married; They convey Lots 15 St Gall, Lot 10 Hicks Tything, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh all to John Harrison and Samuel Boyd of Glynn County IN TRUST for Susannah E Harrison so it stays with Susan E Harrison during her life, not subject to husband’s control.
5-1832 Mar 3 – Michael Harrison has died, and James Cleland admin of his Estate, to sell Lot 10 Hicks Tything to pay debts owed by Estate.

K – Lot Number 1 in Ewensburgh

1-1808 June 13 – John and Mary Harrison sell Lot 15 in St Gall, Lot 10 in Hicks Tything Percival Ward, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh to Joel Waistcoat IN TRUST for use of Mary Harrison, wife of John Harrison, and their children Michael Harrison and Susan Harrison.
2-1817 June 12 – John H Clark and Suzan E Harrison (daughter of John Harrison) to be married; They convey Lots 15 St Gall, Lot 10 Hicks Tything, and Lot 1 Ewensburgh all to John Harrison and Samuel Boyd of Glynn County IN TRUST for Susannah E Harrison so it stays with Susan E Harrison during her life, not subject to husband’s control.
3-1829 Feb 3 – Michael Harrison and Alethia Harrison (maiden name Nobles), convey their interest in Lot No. 1 Ewensburgh to Eliza Ross widow.

L – Lots 4 and 5 of Second Tything Anson Ward

1-1823 Sept 4 – Ann Harrison to be married to John David Mongin, Lots 4 and 5 of Second Tything Anson Ward on corner of Broughton and Lincoln Streets, to be accepted in lieu of any claim of Dower for 1/3 of the rest of John David Mongin’s estate should he die before her. (His other records show he had a prior marriage with children – was maybe 25 years older than Ann Harrison-he had a large estate in South Carolina).

1763 April 23 – Andrew Pence (Christ Church, G. A.) and Mary (wife) and Humphrey Harrison, 1763
… between Andrew Pence of the Parish of Christ Church in the Province of Georgia, blacksmith and Mary his wife of the one part and Humphery Harrison of the said Parish and Province of the other part … Andrew Pence for and in consideration of the sum of 20 pounds of lawful money … by the said Humphery Harrison to the said Andrew Pence … purchase … all that westermost moiety or half part of all that Lot of land containing 100 feet in length and 90 feet in depth as the same is equally divided from North to South situate and being to the West of the Town of Savannah at a place called Ewensburgh and known in the plan thereof by number 10 in William Street butting on the said Street to the South … Andrew Pence purchased of Jacob Berrier… confirm unto the said Humphery Harrison all that aforesaid Westermost moiety or half part of all that lot of land containing 100 feet in length and 90 feet in depth divided as aforesaid …
Signed: Andrew Pence, Mary Pence.
Wit: Mordecai Harrison, Bradley Gamble.
David Montaigut Esq, one of his Majestys Justices for the Province of Georgia… appeard the named Andrew Pence and Mary his wife and … Mary Pence being by me privately and apart examined … she did freely and voluntarily … join with her said husband in the execution of the said release, she being of full age … 28 day of April 1783.
Signed: David Montaigut.
OS Folder 7B, Item 3, Telamon Cuyler collection, ms 1170, series 1. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-007bos-003.pdf

1764 Nov 22 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, November 22, 1764, Image 3
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016182/1764-11-22/ed-1/seq-3/

1764 Nov 29 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, November 29, 1764, Image 4
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016182/1764-11-29/ed-1/seq-4/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1840&words=Humphrey&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=4&city=Savannah&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&andtext=Humphrey&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&page=1

1764 Dec 6 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, December 06, 1764, Image 4
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016182/1764-12-06/ed-1/seq-4/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1840&words=Humphrey&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=5&city=Savannah&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&andtext=Humphrey&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&page=1

1765 March 26 – between Benjamin Sheftall, Mordecai Sheftall and Levi Sheftall (part of page missing) … administrators … of Humphry Harrison, late of Savannah aforesaid, decd, of the one part … and (part of page missing) …part … a certain indenture bearing date 9th day of June 1762 …(part of page missing) … Parish of Christ Church in the Province of Georgia, mariner, and Barbarry his wife of the one part and Andrew Pence of the same … of the other part … (part of page missing) … confirm unto the said Andrew Pence … westermost moiety or half part of all …(part of page missing) … 90 feet in depth … to be equally divided from North to South, situate and being to the West of the said Town of Savannah at a place called … (part of page missing)… Ten, in William’s Street and butting on the said street to the South, which lot the said Jacob Barrier had and purchased … of William (part of page missing) … unto the said Andrew Pence …. on or about the 23 day of April 1763 … by the name and addition of Andrew Pence of the Parish of Christ Church in … Georgia, blacksmith and Mary his wife of the one part and the said (part of page missing) …. confirm unto the (part of page missing) …. moiety or half part of the said Lot number 10 …. the said Westermost Moiesty of the said Lot … unto the said Humphry Harrison … whereas after the death of the said Humphry Harrison, administration of all and singular the goods, chattels, rights, and credits of the said Humphry Harrison was granted to the said Benjamin Sheftall, Mordecai Sheftall, and Levi Sheftall on the 6th day of November … 1764 … Real Estates are by the law of England liable to the satisfaction of debts due by bond or other specialty and … whereas the said Benjamin Sheftall, Mordecai Sheftall, and Levi Sheftall … in order to pay and satisfy the just debts of the said Humphry Harrison decd have caused the said moiety of the said lott of land and premises aforesaid to be set up at tendue and exposed to publick sale to the highest bidder, and the said Edmund Pearce was the highest bidder … the sum of 15 pounds, 10 shillings lawful money …. towards payment ans satisfaction of the just debts of the said Humphry Harrison decd … sold unto the said Edmund Pearse …
Signed: Benjamin Shaftall, Mordecai Sheftall, for Levi Sheftall, Mordecai Sheftall.
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-008bos-003.pdf

1762 June 9 – Jacob Barrier of Christ Church, Georgia, marriner and Barbery his wife of the one part and Andrew Pence of the same of the other part … in consideration of 5 pounds … paid by the said Andrew Pence … for the … purchase of … that westermost moiety or half part of all that lot of land containing 100 feet in length and 90 feet in depth … to be equally divided from north to south situate and being to the West of the Town of Savannah at a place called Ewensburgh and known in the plan thereof by number 10 in William Street and button on the said Street to the South … .the said Jacob Barrier had and purchased to him … from William Ewen, Gent … and are a part of the lands called Yamacraw sold at publick vendue by order from his late majesty King George the 2d…they the said Jacob Barrier and Barbery his wife have granted … unto the said Andrew Pence all that the aforesaid westermost moiety or half part of all that lot of land …
Signed: Jacob Barrier, Marbery Barrier.
Wit: Thomas Gegg
Matharin Rizal (sp?)
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-015b-028.pdf

1762 June 11 – … appeared Barbery the wife of Jacob Barrier of the Parish of Christ Church in the Province of Georgia marriner … apart from her husband examinded did acknowledge and declare …. voluntarily consent to and join with her said husband in a conveyance by deed …. between the said Jacob Barrier and Barbery his wife of the one part and Andrew Pence… blacksmith of the other part … (waiver of dower rights)…
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-019b-004.pdf

1764 Sept – Read a Petition of Samuel Harrison setting forth that he was a disbanded non commissioned Officer in general Oglethorpe’s Regiment had been Twenty four Years in the Province had had no Land and was desirous to obtain Land agreeable to his Majesty’s royal Proclamation having a Wife and four Children Therefore praying for one hundred Acres of Land granted John Smith and lying towards the Orphan House
RESOLVED That on Condition & the Prayer of the said Petition is granted.    Colonial Records of Georgia, v. 09. p. 211

1765 Oct 25 – Grey Elliott to Adam Kehler p. 36, 8. Bk S – 1766-1769 Georgia Colonial Deeds
… between Grey Elliot of the Province of Georgia Esq and Mary his wife of the one part and Adam Kehler of the Hamlet of the Trustee Gardens Dealer of the other part… in consideration of the sum of 8 pounds … by the said Adam Kehler … confirm unto the said Adam Kehler … land situate .. in the Hamlet of the Trustees Gardens near the Town of Savannah in the Province of Georgia … containing 75 feet in front and 75 feet in depth … one half of the lott known by the number 6 in the plat of the said Hamlet and bounded E by Abraham Gay, N by Wright Street, W by Lott number 5, and S by Lott number 8 … is part of a tract of 10 acres of land called and known by the name of Trustees Gardens originally granted … to John Reynolds Esq and by him conveyed to Grey Elliott party to these presents … Signed: Grey Elliott, Mary Elliott. Wit: Adam Eirich, John Eppinger, William Stephens.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/628

1768 May 18 – Christian Camphert to Adam Kehler p. 396, 9. Bk U – 1769-1769 Georgia Colonial Deeds
… between Christian Camphert of Savannah in the Province of Georgia lawyer and Mary his wife of the one part and Adam Kehler of the same place and Province, butcher, of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 20 pounds lawful money … confirm unto the said Adam Kehler all that lot of land lying near and to the E of the town of Savannah being part and parcel of 10 acres of land there called the Trustees Gardens purchased by Grey Elliott Esq of John Reynolds Esq and since divided and laid out into separate lots which sd lot hereby granted contains 150 feet by 75 feet and is known in the plan made of these lots by number 5 bounded W by the common of Savannah N by Wright St, E by the lot of Abraham Gay and the said Adam Kehler and SE by Lot number 7 … Signed: Christian Camphert, Mary Camphert. Wit: Adam Eirich, Grey Elliot JP.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/1054

1773 March 12, 13 – p. 523. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 15.
BE IT RESOLVED that a Standing Committee of Correspondence and enquiry be appointed to consist of Eleven persons, to wit, The Honorable Payton Randolph Esquire, Robert Carter Nichols, Richard Bland, Richard Henry Lee, Benjamin Harrison, Edmund Pendleton, Patrick Henry, Dudley Diggs, Dabney Carr, Archibald Cary and Thomas Jefferson Esquires, any Six of Whom to be a committee whose business it shall be to obtain the most early and authentick intelligence of all such Acts and resolutions of the British parliament or proceedings of Administration as may relate to or effect the British Colonies in America and to keep up and maintain a Correspondence and Communication with our Sister Colonies respecting these Important Considerations and the result of such their proceedings, from time to time to lay before the House

1774 Humphrey Harrison as appraiser of Norris James Tebeau estate in Georgia
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Norris James Tebeau, cabinetmaker, late of Parish of Christ Church. John Tebeau, administrator.
To Messieurs: [blank]; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Humphrey Harrison, Peter P. Provost, Malker Long; attested Joseph Ottolenghe.
Inventory of estate of Norris James Tebeau, signed Peter P. Prevost, Malker Long, Humphrey Harrison.
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-038c-040.pdf

1774 March 15 – Humphrey Harrison from Malker Long p 1102, 4 Bk X-2 – 1772-1774 Georgia Colonial Deeds
(lease) …between Malker Long of the Town of Savannah in the Province if Georgia cabinet maker of the one part and Humphrey Harrison of the same place, barber of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 5 shillings … paid by the said Humphrey Harrison … sell unto the said Humphrey Harrison … all that westermost moiety of half part of a certain Town Lot in Savannah aforesaid known by the number 10 containing 30 feet in front or width and 90 feet in length or depth situate and being in the Second Tything Reynolds Ward together with all and singular the gardes, orchards, fences, ways, wells, waters … Signed: Malker Long. Wit: Thomas Ross, Peter Gandy.
Recorded 19th March 1774.
(release) 1774 March 16 … between Malker Long of the Town of Savannah in the Province of Georgia cabinet maker and Mary his wife of the one part and Humphrey Harrison of the same place, barber of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds lawful money … confirm unto the said Humphrey Harrison … all that westermost moiety of half part of a certain Town Lot in Savannah aforesaid known by the number 10 containing 30 feet in front or width and 90 feet in length or depth situate and being in the second Tything Reynolds Ward (which said lot number 10 was on the 7th day of Jany 1757 …. granted unto Michael Switzer since deceased and thereafter descended to Gasper Switzer since deceased as heir at law of the said Michael Switzer and which said Gasper Switzer in his life time as the Eldest son and heir at law of the said Michael Switzer being seised … and possessed of the said lot of land … by a certain deed … 20th day of July 1772 … convey this sd half part thereof to Malker Long who has now agreed … to release … unto the said Humphrey Harrison... Signed: Malker Long, Mary Long. Wit: Thomas Ross, Peter Gandy.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/2049

1775 Dec 27 – Georgia Gazette – “Georgia, By his Majs Court of Session … and Gen. Gaol Delivery …. Whereas James Alexander of Savannah, … Mordecai Harrison in Ewensburgh, butcher …. summoned to appear as Petit Jurors at this Court …. but the said James Alexander … Mordecai Harrison … did severally neglect to appear at this Court … they be fined in a sum not exceeding 4 pounds sterl.
The Georgia Historical Quarterly
Vol. 12, No. 2 (JUNE, 1928), pp. 191-202 (12 pages) (p. 196)

1778 May 7 – (lease) Effingham Co, Ga – Savannah – Humphrey Harrison and wife Catherine sells town lot 10 to Alexander Cunningham.  p. 291, 4.
… between Humphry Harrison of the County of Effingham in the said State, planter of the one part, and Alexander Cunningham of Savannah in the said State cooper of the other part … the said Humphry Harrison for and in consideration of the sum of 5 shillings lawful money … paid by the said Alexander Cunningham … sell unto the said Alexander Cunningham … all that westermost moiety or half part of a certain Town Lot in Savannah aforesaid known by the number 10 containing 30 feet in front or width and 90 feet in length or depth situate and being in the second tything Reynolds Ward … Signed: Humphrey Harrison. Wit: William Lambeth, Seaborn Jones.
Recorded June 3, 1778.
1778 May 8 – (release) … between Humphrey Harrison of the County of Effingham in the said State planter, and Catherine his wife of the one part and Alexander Cunningham of Savannah in the said State cooper of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 250 pounds lawful money … to the said Humphrey Harrison and Catherine his wife by the said Alexander Cunningham… confirm unto the said Alexander Cunningham … all that Westermost moiety or half part of a certain Town Lot in Savannah aforesaid known by the number 10 containing 30 feet in length and 90 feet in depth situate and being in the second tything Reynolds Ward … Signed: Humphrey Harrison, Catherine Harrison. Wit: William Lambeth, Seaborn Jones.
http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/test3/id/2903/rec/6

1780 Jan 6 – Robert Harrison, of Savannah, dealer – is called to be a petit juror in Savannah, Georgia
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, January 06, 1780, Image 4
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016191/1780-01-06/ed-1/seq-4/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1839&words=Harrison&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=7&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&andtext=Harrison&page=3

1781 Cd 1086 Harrison Humphrey to Catherine Harrison 50 acres Dist of Vernonburgh – Lot 10 at Yamacraw
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTQ-PLX1?i=3156&cat=145408

(Note: only found the above in the Index card series) 

1781 – Humphrey Harrison as witness in will:
CHRISTIAN FRY, planter, Christ Church Par., Ga., with SUSANNAH DAWSON. His property, after his death, to go to his children by his first wife, except one-third of a lot in Acton which goes to his dau. Mary Fry. Wit.: Humphrey Harrison, Daniel Fox, and Geo. B. Spencer. Mar. 20, 1781. (CCC, p. 11; KK, p. 231)
http://genealogytrails.com/geo/state/colonial-marriages.html

1781 Aug 30 – All persons to whom the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, is indebted, are desired to bring in their accounts, property attested, and those indebted thereto to make immediate payment. Humphrey Harrison, executor.
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, August 30, 1781, Image 4
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016191/1781-08-30/ed-1/seq-4/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1840&words=Humphrey&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=2&city=Savannah&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&andtext=Humphrey&page=2

1781 Sept 6 – Humprey Harrison, executor of the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, publishes notice for those who owe the estate to make payment in Savannah, Georgia. “All persons to whom the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, is indebted, are desired to bring in their accounts, property attested, and those indebted thereto to make immediate payment. Humphrey Harrison, executor.”
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, September 06, 1781, Image 4
1781 Sept 6 (Thurs) – Humphrey Harrison executor of Christian Fry decd estate in Savannah, Ga
Advertisement Royal Georgia Gazette Thursday, Sep 06, 1781 Savannah, GA Issue: 132 Page: 4
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016191/1781-09-06/ed-1/seq-4/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1839&words=Harrison&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=9&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&andtext=Harrison&page=3

1788 Mar 18 – Joseph Harrison to Joshua Pierce bk A&B, p 109 (1786-1802) Effingham Co, Georgia  (family / separation agreement)
…Articles of Agreement and final seperation between Joseph Harrison of said county, carpenter, of the one part and Joshua Pearce and Sarah Harrison late Sarah Pearce of the said County the wife of the said Harrison of the other part … because of certain disquietudes … disputes now existing between the said Joseph and Sarah Harrison and to the end that a final separation be had on terms of just equality … agreed by the said Joseph Harrison on his part and by the said Joshua Pearce and the said Sarah Harrison on the part of the said Sarah on the term and condistions following … Joseph Harrison shall be free and fully discharged of all or any manner of expences accruing for the past maintenance future support of the said Sarah by any person or persons whomsoever … all property belonging to either party at this time or which either the said Joseph Harrison or Sarah may in any manner acquire …. shall be and remain forever as the property of such party notwithstanding any right thereto which such person might otherwise in law be entitled unto … Sarah Harrison doth voluntarily … relinquish any right of dower or maintenance … Sarah Harrison is or may be well entitled to a share of her Fathers Estate …. agreed that Joseph Harrison that he now doth bar and preclude himself … from any right claim … the said Sarah may live and reside at such places as she shall think proper … free and unmolested … shall contract no debts chargeable to said Joseph Harrison … bind themselves to one to the other … Joseph Harrison to Joshua Pearce and the said Joshua Pearce to the said Joseph Harrison in the full sum of 350 pounds sterling money … Signed: Joseph Harrison, Joshua Pearce, Sarah Harrison. Wit: Thomas Gibbons, J Waldburge.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-L373-G?i=65&cat=166933

1789 Oct 9 written, 1794 Feb 18 probate – will of Catherine B Rehm.
Wife of Dr. Frederick Rehm, of SC
By will of Henry Bourquin, late of Little Ogeechee, dec, “I am seized and possessed of lands in my own right independednt of the power and control of my husband.”
To dau: Henrietta Hoskins, wife of Zachariah Hoskins.
To sons: John Bartholomew Waldburger, Jacob Henry Waldburger, who are exrs.
Wit: George Hipp, William Anderson, John Sealy Harrison.
Will Bk A, p. 120. Chatham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/255128-abstracts-of-wills-chatham-county-georgia-1773-1817?viewer=1&offset=0#page=77&viewer=picture&o=info&n=0&q=

1790 US Census
Name: Henry Harrison
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Beaufort, South Carolina 
Free White Persons – Males – Under 16: 3
Free White Persons – Males – 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons – Females: 1
Number of Household Members: 5
Year: 1790; Census Place: Beaufort, South Carolina; Series: M637; Roll: 11; Page: 492; Image: 293; Family History Library Film: 0568151
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=kUu8340&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&indiv=1&dbid=5058&gsln=Harrison&gsfn_x=1&cp=12&msypn__ftp=chatham,%20georgia,%20usa&msypn__ftp_x=1&msypn=560&msypn_x=PACO&qh=VSevKO6nQ9lmEpxL7kGazA%3D%3D&new=1&rank=1&uidh=m37&redir=false&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=0&h=371669&recoff=&ml_rpos=1

1790 US Census
Name: Thomas Harison
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 16: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons – Females: 4
Number of Slaves : 4
Number of Household Members: 11
Year: 1790; Census Place: Beaufort, South Carolina; Series: M637; Roll: 11; Page: 496; Image: 295; Family History Library Film: 0568151
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=kUu8340&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&indiv=1&dbid=5058&gsln=Harrison&gsfn_x=1&cp=12&msypn__ftp=chatham,%20georgia,%20usa&msypn__ftp_x=1&msypn=560&msypn_x=PACO&qh=VSevKO6nQ9lmEpxL7kGazA%3D%3D&new=1&rank=1&uidh=m37&redir=false&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=1&h=371665&recoff=&ml_rpos=2

1790 Jan 8 – Catherine Harrison conveys a negro slave named Lucy to Saml Williams bk G, p 489 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Catherine Harrison of the County of Chatham widow for an in consideration of the friendship and esteem which I have and bear unto Samuel Williams of the said County, Planter, and for the many services done and rendered me by him, and also for and in consideration of the sum of 10 shillings sterling to me in hand well and truly paid by the said Samuel Williams … I the said Catherine Harrison … deliver unto the said Samuel Williams the negro girl named Lucy …. Signed: Catherine Harrison. Wit: John Dickson, Benj Webley.
http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/1580/rec/8

1791 Feb 24 – Mary Elkins from William Taylor bk A, p 3, 4. Columbia Co, Ga
… I Mary Elkins, formerly Mary Whitney, of the County of Columbia in the State of Georgia … appoint my son in law William Taylor … my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to ask demand sue for recover … in the province of Virginia or else where my right to my uncle Jeremiah Whitney decd estate ….
Signed: Mary Elkins. Wit: John Tankersly JP, William Hunt, John Luckey.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSVB-JC6S?i=6&cat=112848

1792 Feb 24 – … between Mary Elkins of the County of Columbia and State of Georgia of the one part and William Taylor of the said state and county of the other part… in consideration of the natural love and affection which she hath for her son in law William Taylor …. confirm unto her sd son in law William Taylor … all that part of my sd uncle Jeremiah Whitney’s estate … Signed: Mary Elkins. Wit: John Tankersly JP, William Hunt, John Luckey. bk A. p. 4. Columbia Co, Ga.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSVB-JC6S?i=6&cat=112848

1791 March 7 – Jane Lunday to beloved son Thophilus Lunday and Mary E Lunday my daughter … a negro wench Maug… Signed: Jane Lunday. Wit: Stephen Ford Sr, Joseph Harrison.
1791 March 7 – … Mr Joseph Harrison and Mr Stephen Ford declareth… they were present and did see Mrs Jane Lunday give the within named negroe woman Maug to the within named Thophlus Lunday and Mary E Lunday… Signed: Stephen Ford, Sr, Joseph Harrison. Nathaniel Hudson, JP.
minute bk 1, p 2. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GPP6-98TR?i=9&cat=287181

1792 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Thomas Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1792
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 004
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349065&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8113&_phstart=successSource

1792 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Mrs Catharine Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1792
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 004
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349003&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: John Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Tax List 1793
Year: 1793
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 001
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349024&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 Chatham County, Georgia Tax Records
Pg 39:
Mrs Catharine Harrison
Thomas Harrison
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/39
Pg 40:
2 George A Keller and John Robertson – free male white persons = 1, slaves 1, total tax 0,3,6
George Keller – Island Swamps including Islands 200 and 300, lotts in towns/villages – 60, value of lands/lotts 1082/16/6, total tax = 4,12,2
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/40

1793 April 1 – William Bell in trust from John Hamilton bk M, p 98. Chatham County, Georgia.
… I John Hamilton for and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds … by William Bell … deliver unto the said William Bell in trust for Elizabeth Harrison, and to the heirs of her body, a negro wench named Kassiah about 21 years of age … unto the said William Bell (in trust as aforesaid) … and I the said John Hamilton …. unto the said William Bell … at Savannah on the 1st day of April 1793… Signed: John Hamilton. Wit: Justus H Schreiber, JP. Recorded 25th Nov 1793.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/2331/rec/14

1793 November 20 – between Thomas Norton of Savannah in the County of Chatham, Gentleman in the one part, and John Harrison shoe maker of the … other part… for and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds sterling … paid by the said John Harrison … confirm unto the said John Harrison … all that lot of land situate and being in the Village of Saint Gall West of the town of Savannah and known by the number 15 containing 90 feet in depth and 100 feet in depth more or less, bounding South on a street or lane, East on a Lot No 14 …. West on Lot No 16 and North on a street or lane … in trust … to the said Lot … the only proper use benefit and behoof of the said John Harrison … and the said Thomas Norton … the said Lot and premises above mentioned and all and ever part and parcel thereof unto the said John Harrison … against him the said Thomas Norton …
Signed: Thomas Norton.
Wit: H. Clarke, Thomas Mitchell.
1793 Nov 21 – … personally came before the Justice Hartman Schreiber one of the Justices assigned … Hanna the wife of the within named Thomas Norton …. being by me solely and apart from her said husband examined, did acknowledgeand declare she did freely and voluntarily … sign seal execute and deliver the within deed of conveyance with intent thereby to release renounce and disclaim all her … right … of Dower thirds …of the Lot of land situate in the Village of Saint Gall known by the number 15 containing 90 feet square within granted, conveyed, released to John Harrison
Signed: Hanna Norton.
1793 Nov 23 … Thomas Mitchell being duly sworn says that he was present and saw … Thomas Norton sign … the within deed of conveyance … that himself together with Mrs Hannah did sign their names as witness thereto sworn to ….
Signed: Thomas Mitchell.
Recorded 25th Nov 1793. bk M, p 102 http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/2454/rec/13

1793 Nov 21 – John Harrison of Savannah Ga, shoe maker, to William Bell, shoemaker… the said John Harrison for and in consideration of 30 pounds sterling …. paid by the said William Bell … confirm unto the said William Bell all that Lot of Land situate …. in the Village of St Gall in Ogilthorp Ward in the City of Savannah known by the number 15 containing 90 feet square bounded South on a street or land, East on a Lot number 14, West on a Lot number 16 and North on a street or lane … upon trust nevertheless … to and for the several uses trusts intents and purposes herinafter mentioned expressed … (that is to say) upon trust to the only purpose and behoof of Elizabeth Harrison, now the wife if Thomas Harrison of the City of Savannah house joiner and to the heirs of her body, that now are, or may hereafter begotten and to her and their heirs and assigns forever, the said children or the representatives of them, to be entitled to their respective shares, share and share alike, after the decease of the said Elizabeth Harrison, and as soon as they shall respectively attain to the ages of 21 years …. the rents, issues and profits of the said premises, in the mean time to be … for and towards their maintenance education … for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever, and the said John Harrison his heirs and assigns, the said bargained premises of every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto the said William Bell his heirs and assigns, upon the trusts … for the several uses, trusts, intents and purposes aforesaid against him the said John Harrison his heirs and assigns, and all and any other person or persons whatsoever, shall and will warrant and … defend by these presents…
Signed: John Harrison. Wit: Justin H Schreiber JP, William Child, William Hutchinson.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/2331

1794 April 3 – Thomas Harrison and Elizabeth Harrison to John Barrien sell a negro girl named Silver. bk M, p 315 http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/2454/rec/13

1794 June 10 – John Gardner indorsee v. Thomas Harrison} Judgement for Plaintiff for $13 dollars and 50 cents with interest from 10 June 1794 and costs.
City Court Council Minutes, 1796-1801. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/41708_319519-00015/435688?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

1794 Dec 1 – George Adam Kellar – last will – leave to grandson John Adam Kellar one half a lot situate at the Trustee Gardens bounded west by the common of Savannah, north by Wright Street, East by a lot of Abraham Gay, and southeast by a lot No. 7, his choice of the half of the lott the upper corner viz the other half to Allan Griffin and their heirs forever. I nominate and appoint my son George Paul Kellar and Mary my daughter executor and executrix to this my last will . . . Signed: George Ad Kellar. Wits: Alexander Keith, George Threadcraft, Philip Ulmer. Signed Jan 20, 1794. Chatham Co, Ga. Georgia Wills and Probate Records, folder 1-58.  bk A, p 198.    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FDZ9?i=162&cc=1999178&cat=145396 ;  https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005765241_00278/560013?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/69705632/person/34199709432/facts/citation/323993224199/edit/record#?imageId=005765241_00274

1796 May 2 – Probate ppw for George Paul Kellar in Chatham Co, Ga. Georgia Wills and Probate Records, folder 1-58. https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005765241_00278/560013?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/69705632/person/34199709432/facts/citation/323993224199/edit/record#?imageId=005765241_00278

1796 June 24 – William Bell from John Cusack bk Q, p 56. Chatham County, Georgia
…between John Cusack of the City of Savannah …. taylor of the one part, and William Bell … shopkeeper of the other part …. John Cusack in and by a certain deed of Pripartite made between him the said John Cusack of the first part, Sarah Cusack of the same place wife of the said John Cusack of the second part, and John Cox of the City of Savannah in the said State Gentleman of the third part … bearing date the 4th day of March … 1794, became seized and possessed in fee simple of certain lot of land and premises in the City of Savannah …. distinguished in the Plan of the City by the number 10 in Hicks Tything Percival Ward … John Cusack for and in consideration of the sum of 200 pounds sterling … by William Bell …. confirm unto the said William Bell …. all that the aforesaid Lot of Land in the City of Savannah known in the plan … by the number 10 in Hicks Tything Percival Ward … containing 60 feet in width, and 90 feet in depth … Signed: John Cusack. Wit: William Hutchinson, George Hardwick.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/3417/rec/18

(Note: Other William Bell transactions found in deed books):

1796 Feb 13 – William Bell to John Fitzpatrick bk P, p 221. Chatham County, Georgia
… I William Bell, of the City of Savannah, shoe maker for and in consideration of the sum of 65 pounds … by John Fitzpatrick of the City of Savannah shopkeeper … deliver unto the said John Fitzpatrick a negroe woman slaved named Suckey aged about 20 years … Signed: William Bell. Wit: William Hutchinson.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/3264/rec/17

1796 Aug 3 – William Bell from Joseph Stewart bk Q, p 133. Chatham County, Georgia
… I Joseph Stewart late of the County of Wilkes, free mulatto, do voluntarily of my own free will and accord put myself into Mr William Bell of Savannah as a servant for and during the term of 3 years … said Stewart do agree to serve the said Bell faithfully – to obey his commands in every respece whatever during the said term of 3 years … and not to absent myself from his service without his order approbation and do further agree …. not to haunt ale houses, taverns, non resort, no place of Defamed character … the sd Bell do oblige himself to find the said Stewart necessaries sufficient for a servant to live on such as meat, drink, washing, and apparel fiting for a servant to wear … conditions made between the sd master and servant and for the true performance … Signed: Joseph Stewart, William Bell.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/3455/rec/18

1800 July 18 – William Bell and Woodhouse (trusts) from Hugh Dorman bk V, p 188. Chatham County, Georgia
… between Hugh Dorman of the City of Savannah shoemaker and Ann his wife of the one part and William Bell and George Woodhouse of the said City of the other part … whereas diverse disputes and unhappy differences have for the space of some years last past arose between the said Hugh Dorman and Ann his said wife and whereas the said Hugh Dorman and Anne his said wife for the causes aforesaid … moving and for and in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars to the said Hugh Dorman in hand paid …. by the said William Bell and George Woodhouse, trustees on behalf of the said Anne Dorman … agree from henceforth for and during the term of their natural lives respectively to live separate and apart on the condition and terms following … Hugh Dorman … agree … with the said William Bell and George Woodhouse … will … during his natural life live separate and apart from his said wife Anne Dorman nor use or frequent her company …. at any time or times … he may or might lawfully do with a stranger that he will not in any manner or way .. molest, disturb, interrupt her in her person or property… and may be lawfull to and for the said Anne .. to have hold take enjoy use and dispose of at her free will … goods, chattles, lands, tenements, and effects or property of any nature, kind or discription … she nowhas or may hereafter have or acquire … Signed: Hugh Dorman, Ann Dorman, William Bell, George Woodhouse. Wit: John H Richard, R H Leake.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/4346/rec/22

1797 Sept 23 – Catharine Kellar of Chatham Co widow of the first part, Benjamin Langley of the second part, and William Halzendorf of the third part. Catharine Kellar is entitled as the widow of George Paul Kellar late of said County, Planter, deceased, to a distributive share of the estate real and personal of her said late husband . . . renounced her dower there out and chosen a childs share of the same agreeable to law which share amounts to an undivided fifth part of the said estate . . . marriage to be had between Catharine Kellar and Benjamin Langley . . . sell and convey unto the said William Holzendorf . . . one full and equal undivided fifth part or share of all that Plantation or tract of land called Salem situate and being in the County of Chatham whereon her said late husband resided and also one full . . . fifth part . . . of all those negro slaves, horses, cattle, and other personal property of what nature or kind soever of her said late husband to which she is entitled . . . to the use and behoof of Adam, Paul, Mary, and Catharine Kellar the children of the said Catharine Kellar by her said late husband their heirs . . . Signed: Catharine Kellar, Benjamin Langley. Wits: Sarah Martin Holzendorf, Joseph Wescher JP. bk Q, p 430. Chatham Co, Ga. http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/3578/rec/17

1798 Chatham County, Georgia Tax Records
Harrison (out of state) Childs – Heathcote – 1
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1719
George Keller estate a lot in Oglethorpe – 2
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1720

1798 Feb 27 – List of Taxes due from digest for property returned, lying in Chatham County, for 1795 viz … Thomas Harrison, 0 5 4
Columbian museum & Savannah advertiser. volume (Savannah [Ga.]) 1796-181?, February 27, 1798, Page 444, Image 2
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn82014741/1798-02-27/ed-1/seq-2/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1835&words=Harrison&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=7&city=Savannah&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&andtext=Harrison&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&page=5

1798 Oct 11 – Letters remaining in the postoffice at Savannah … includes: Thomas Harrison Jr, Thomas Harrison,
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1788-1802, October 11, 1798, Image 1
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn82016264/1798-10-11/ed-1/seq-1/#date1=01%2F01%2F1763&nottext=&date2=12%2F31%2F1835&words=Harrison&searchType=advanced&sequence=0&index=11&city=Savannah&proxdistance=5&sort=date_asc&rows=12&ortext=&proxtext=&andtext=Harrison&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&amp=&page=5

1799 Jan 17 (Thurs) – death notice of Thomas Harrison aged 52 years, during 11 years residence here (in Savannah) died on Tuesday afternoon (Jan 15, 1799) in Savannah, Ga. “On Tuesday forenoon, in this city, Mr. Thomas Harrison, aged 52 years; during 11 years residence here he supported a just and honest character.”
Mortuary Notice Georgia Gazette Thursday, Jan 17, 1799 Savannah, GA Page: 3
https://www.genealogybank.com/nbshare/AC01190108164022313501567900826

1799 Chatham County, Georgia Tax Records
John Dotson – in Cherokee Hill hunter
William Dotson
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1738
Thomas Dotson
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1739
Jonas Elkin self, in Doyle, shopkeeper
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1741
John Harrison, in Roberts, shoemaker
children of Thomas Harrison, William Bell filed return, in Doyle
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1745
George P. Keller estate, Benjamin Langley filed return, in Cherokee Hill
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1749
DEFAULTERS LIST:
Mrs Dotson widow, in Cherokee Hill
Thomas Dotson planter
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/tax/id/1766

1799 Feb 26 – Sarah Harrison v. Willard Lears} Judgment for Pltf fifty dollars and costs.
City Court Council Minutes, 1796-1801. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/41708_319519-00136/436833?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

1799 July 24 – Nathl Bell and MH to Noble W Jones bk U, p 252. Chatham County, Georgia
… pwr of atty to collect … Mary Bulloch widow of James Bulloch decd, died Feb 1795 intestate, at time of her death was seized .. of real and personal property whereas Noble Wimberly Jones of Chatham, Esq is brother to her, is entitled to 1/2 part of the Estate of said Mary Bulloch, and Mary Rengill wife of Emanuel Rengill, Jane Jones Noble Jones and Margaret Hall Bell wife of Nathaniel Bell as children of Inigo Jones, decd, who was also a brother of the said intestate Mary Bulloch, entitled to th other half… appoint Noble Jones at atty …. Division of estate to take place … Signed: Nathaniel Bell, M H Bell. Wit: Wm Delyong, William Harrison.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/chathamdeed/id/4378/rec/22

1799 July 13 – Nathl Bell etal (acting on behalf of estate) to William Gibbons Jr, etal bk U, p. 266 – 275. Chatham County, Georgia
1st p. 266 – …seized ad the time of her death one Island containing 63 acres … in County of Chatham and known by the name Redoubt Island … and the following Lots of land in the City of Savannah … 2 lots of land in First Tything Reynalds Ward Lot 1 and Lot 2….one Guarding Lot known by the number 28 and another Garding Lot known by the number 58 … two farm lots in the First Tything Reynolds Ward known by the Number 1 and 2 … two other farm lots in Carpenters Tything Decker Ward known by Number 6 and 8 ….
(division) — Signed: N W Jones admin, Emanuel Ringill, Mary Ringill, Nathaniel Bell, Margaret H Bell, Noble Jones, Jane Jones, Noble Jones. Wits: William Gibbons, Jr, John Lawson, Barrack Gibbons.
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1800 US Census
Name: John Harrison
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 2
Number of Household Members Under 16: 2
Number of Household Members: 2
Year: 1800; Census Place: Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 48; Page: 3; Image: 12; Family History Library Film: 181423
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1800 US Census
Name: Amos Harrison
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): St Lukes, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 3
Year: 1800; Census Place: St Lukes, Beaufort, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 48; Page: 28; Image: 40; Family History Library Film: 181423
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1800 US Census
Name: Henry Harrison
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 1
Year: 1800; Census Place: Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 48; Page: 10; Image: 22; Family History Library Film: 181423
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1800 Sept 1 will written, 1801 March 3 will probate – William Bell, shoemaker. All to John Harrison, shoemaker.
Executors John Harrison, Robert Stratham.
Wits: F S Miller, John Kozsburg, Samuel Kinsley.
Will Book A, p 5, Chatham County, Georgia (A. p. 389)  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-F852?i=268&cc=1999178&cat=145396 ;
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1801 June 23 – James Harrison of Riceboro in Ga, for $400, convey a black girl to to James Johnston. Wits Murdoch McLeod, William Corker, John Saunders. bk W, p 72 http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/4772/rec/22

1802 Aug 28 – William Mathews of Savannah Ga in Chatham Co, Ga, carpenter for love, good will and affection which I have and do bear my two beloved neices, children of my beloved half brother John Harrison, namely Elizabeth Harrison and Susannah Harrison all of the city aforesaid . . . grant unto them Elizabeth Harrison and Susannah Harrison . . .  of land situate lying and being in the city aforesaid in Ewensburgh fronting Margaret Street . . . joining westward by the lot belonging to Mrs Nudigate and east wardly to other half of the said lot belonging to Mrs Mary Saunders widow. . .. known in the plan of Ewensburgh by the number 22 which said half lot of land I bought from William Saunders on Jan 30, 1799. Eliz and Susanna Harrison fr Wm J Mathews bk X, p 16 http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/5058/rec/23

1803 March 18 – Isaac Wikoff and Richard K Harrison of the City of Philadelphia, merchants fr John Young Noel paid $3500 for a lot of land in the City of Savannah . . . lot designated by the letter Z in . . . said city . . where John Y Noel now resides . . . also that lot situated in Holland tything Persival Ward known by number 5, together with the dwelling houses and other improvements to the same lots. bk X, p 179 Chatham Co, Ga. http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/chathamdeed/id/5058/rec/23

1803 Aug 9 – George Miller v. John Harrison } continued.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1804 Estate of Catherine Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (6 pages)
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…1804 Dec 10 – The Estate of Catharine Harrison decd in Account Current with Alexander Downer
… 1804 amt paid Michael Denihu 78.62, Guye Nungaher 10.50.
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1804 Dec 8 – Inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Catharine Harrison decd as .. by us the 8 Dec 1804.
(items listed totalling 189.25)…
Signed: Nathl Adams Jr, Edw Looyd, Wm M. Evans.
Amount of the Sails of the Property of Catharine Harrison decd.
Buyers names: Alexander Downer, Michael Denoler, Edward Loyd, Nathl Adams, William Evans, Mathew Balor, George Nongaer, John Balor, Michael Densler, John Johnston…
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1803 Sept 24 – Last Will of Catherine Harrison
Catharine Harrison of the County of Chatham widow…
… I give devise and bequeath unto my negro woman slave named Lucey her absolute freedom and I request my executors to have the same secured to her in such legal way at the existing laws of this state may require. …
… to my daughter Margaret Downer residing at present in the State of South Carolina one negro woman slave and a negro childe such as the said Margaret Downer may make choice of … unto my neice Elizabeth Harris now residing with me the sum of 500 dollars to be paid to her guardian out of the proceeds of the sale of my estate immediately after the said estate shall be sold …
… to Mrs Durslee … the wife of Mr Michael Duslee one cow and calf…
… divided equally between my said daughter Margaret Downer, and Michael Denslee my grandson.
… appt Mr George Nungazer the guardian of my said neice Elizabeth Harris and trustee …
… Executors .. Mr Michael Dunslee the elder and Alexander Downer husband of my said daughter Margaret Downer
Signed: Catharine Harrison. Wits: Nathl Adams Jr, Benj Lavinder.
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1804 Jan 2 – p. 77 Jabez Harrison …Court of Ordinary Minutes, 1800-1813, 1815, 1823-1830, Chatham County, Ga
Ann Harrison on the Estate of Jabez Harrison decd, the Courth then adjourned.
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1804 April 2 – Bond for Estate of Jabez Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (2 pages)
Ann Harrison, William Camp and Ephraim Cooper … bound for $100 … Ann Harrison is administratrix
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1804 Oct 3 – Bond for Estate of Elizabeth Harrison widow, deceased in Chatham County, Georgia (2 pages)
… William Wilkie, Isaack Fell, Thomas Brorson, and John Gable of the City of Savannah… bound unto the Court of Ordinary for the County of Chatham … sum of 3000 dollars. ..
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1805 Jan 4 – William Harrison indorsee v. Peter S Laffitte and Richard Wall} Judgement for the Plaintiff $50 dollars with interest from 4 Jan 1805 and costs.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1805 Jan 29 – John Harrison fr Thos Dotson and Celia Dotson wife – sale of cattle to John Harrison. Wits: Jeremiah Cuyler, John Wamack, John Caswell. bk Y, p 504 Chatham Co, Ga.
… we Celia Dotson and Thomas Dotson for and in consideration of the sum of 500 dollars … by John Harrison … sell and deliver unto the said John Harrison our stock of cattle running in the range being Celia Dotson’s stock marked some two swallow forks others two swallow forks and branded J Z (except 10 cows and calves) to have and to hold the said stock of cattle and their increase unto the said John Harrison … Signed: Thos. Dotson, Celia Dotson. Wits: Mr. J. Cuyler, John Wamack, John Caswell. Proved up in court on March 13, 1805.
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1805 Feb 12 – William Harrison indorsee v. Sanders Motta} I confess judgement for the sum of $50 dollars with interest the 12 Feb 1805.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1805 Feb 28 – William Harrison v. T U P Charlton} Judgement for Plaintiff $89 dollars 44 cents with interest from 28 Feb 1805 with costs.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1805 July 11 – Stephen Gregory and others from Rachel Gregory bk Z, p 268. Chatham County, Georgia.
… I Rachel Gregory do give unto my children the heirs of John Gregory 200 acres of land being upon Black Creek in Bulloch County, a negro went named Hanna, a negro wench named Nancy, a negro girl named Diner, a negro boy named John, a negro girl named Lid, and negro girl named Siby, a negro girl named Milly … (items, livestock listed) … to be equally divided among my children Stephen, Charles, Mary, Sarah, Amos, Elizabeth … Signed: Rachel Gregory, Jos. Davis.
Wit: Benjamin Langley, James Bryan, Mary Keller.
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1805 Aug 26 – William Harrison indee v. John Williams } Judgment for Plaintiff $86 dollars with interest from 26th Aug 1805 and costs of suit and protest.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1805 Oct 1 – p. 85 Eliz Harrison…Court of Ordinary Minutes, 1800-1813, 1815, 1823-1830, Chatham County, Ga
… William Wilkie applied for letters of admn on the est and effects of Elizabeth Harrison late of Savannah widow decd in right of his wife, and named his securites who were approve and ordered to be granted him.
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1805 Oct 24 – William Harrison indorsee v. John Williams} On this 24th day of October 1805, appeared John Williams the Defendant in the above case who had paid costs and produced Isidore Stouf and A L Lambertoz as his securities for the absolute payment of the debt according to the judiciary law on the stay of execution for 60 days.
Civil Minute Books, 1801-1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1805 Oct 30 – p. 130 Mary and Paul Keller … Court of Ordinary Minutes, 1800-1813, 1815, 1823-1830, Chatham County, Ga
… upon the petition of Mary Keller and Paul Keller minors over 14 and under 21 years of age praying that their brother John Adam Keller may be appointed guardians of their persons and estates during their minority.
Ordered that the prayer of the petitioner be granted upon the said John Adam Keller giving bond with Patrick McKenty and Benj Lundz, in the sum of 1400 dollars for each petitioner …
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1806 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: William Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Tax List 1806
Year: 1806
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 016
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
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1806 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: John Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1806
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 026 and page 03
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
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1806 Nov 8 – John and Mary Harrison to Thos Mendenhall bk AA, p 186 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John Harrison and Mary Harrison his wife of the City of Savannah and State aforesaid of the one part and Thomas Mendenhall Junr of the said State and City of Savannah of the other part … the said John Harrison/which John Harrison is the executor and sole heir of the last will and testament of William Bell Shoemaker deceased / and Mary his wife for and in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars … paid by the said Thomas Mendenhall Junr … confirm unto the said Thomas Mendenhall Junr … all that northeastermost half part of an undivided trust lot situate and known in the plan of the City of Savannah by the number 1 Oglethorpe – ward fronting eastwardly on West Broad Street, westwardly on Lot Number 2 formerly Footmans, southwardly on a street, and northwardly corners of New Street and lately known as the property of William Bell deceased and by the said last will and Testament of the said William Bell was bequeathed to the said John Harrison … containing 100 feet in front on West Broad Street and 90 feet in depth on New Street more or less… Signed: John Harrison, Mary Harrison. Wit: John Pettibone, aldn City Sava., Joseph Rice, Hen W Williams.
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1807 Feb 21 – William Harrison fr Peter Davis bk DD, p 231 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Peter Davis of the County of Chatham and State of Georgia planter of the first part and William Harrison of the County and State aforesaid planter of the second part… for and in consideration of the sum of 125 dollars …. confirm unto William Harrison … land situate lying and being in the County of Chatham and State of Georgia containing 25 acres … on the north by lands of Major Peter Deveraux, on the South by lands of Thomas Gibbons Esqr on the East by land of Thomas Gibbons Esqr, and on the West by lands of Thomas Davis… Signed: Peter Davis. Wit: Henry McKoy, Job Bolles.
Recorded on Oct 8, 1811.
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1807 Sep 15 – Capt. William Harrison marries Mary Keller in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-Q6D : 23 July 2019), William Harrison and Mary Keller, 15 Sep 1807; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,036.

1807 Dec 7 – Last will of Celia Dotson…   To gr. children: Ann Dotson and William Gibbons.
To Daniel Joiner.
Children are left in care of Robert Bowman.
Witness: William Harrison.
Will Book E, p. 31 Chatham County, Georgia
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1807 Dec 7 (written) … I Ann Harper of he State of Georgia in Chatham County … my last will and testament …
… to my beloved niece Elizabeth Cornelius one negro fellow named Bick, on horse saddle and bridle … also … 15 cows and calves to be the primest and best cattle in my stock and one feather bed … with all my household furniture … further … 50 dollars cash …
… it is my wish … the land I bought of John Harryson … be sold for the best price …. the amount thereof … unto the said Elizabeth Cornelius … unto Thomas Harper one likely stear for his full share …
… unto my cousin Daniel Joiner all the remaining part of my property consisting of cattle, hogs and one bed …
… Daniel Joiner my executor …
Signed: Ann Harper
Wit: P McKenty, John McKenty
… proved up by Patrick McKenty Esq., one of the witnesses … Jan 8, 1808…
Will bk E, p 29-30, Chatham County, Ga
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-F99X?i=36&cc=1999178&cat=1453961807 ….. Dec 7 written, 1808 Jan 8 probate – Will of Ann Harper
To niece: Elizabeth Cornelius.
To Thomas Harper
Metions: Lands bought from John Harryson.
Exr: cousin, Daniel Joiner.
Wit: Patrick W., and John M Kenty, esqrs.
Will bk E, p. 63 Chatham County, Georgia
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1808 June 13 – John and Mary Harrison to Joel Waistcoat bk BB, p 290 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John Harrison of Savannah shoe maker and Mary his wife of the one part, and Joel Waistcoat of the County of Chatham planter of the other part … John Harrison and Mary his wife in consideration of 5 dollars … paid by the said Joel Waistcoat … confirm unto the said Joel Waistcoat … land in the Village of St Gall and City of Savannah known as the number 15 containing … (blank ) and now in dispute with William Wilkie … also all that lot of land in the City of Savannah known by the number 10 hicks tything Percival Ward containing 60 by 90 feet …. and also all that lot of land in Ewensburgh in the said City of Savannah known by the number 1, containing 100 by 90 feet … and also one negro wench slave called Charlotte with her future issue and increase, and also the goods, and chattels and personal property mentioned and contained in the schedule hereto annexed, and the remainder and remainders reversions and revisions rents issues services and profits to the same and every part thereof …. for the uses intents and purposes hereinafter mentioned, that is to say, to the use and behoof of Mary Harrison wife of John Harrison, Susan Harrison and Michael Harrison children of said John and Mary Harrison during their lives not subject to the debts control or management of the said John Harrison or of any future or other husband of the said Mary Harrison, and not subject to alienation or encumbrance by the said Mary Harrison, and after the death of the said Mary Harrison to the only use and behoof of Susan Harrison and Michael Harrison aforesaid and the survivor of them their heirs and assigns … Signed: J. Harrison, Mary Harrison. Wit: Th Edward Lloyd, L Mordecai.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-SPZ6?i=446&cat=140778

1809 June 6 Caleb Harrison fr Christopher Hall bk CC, p 134 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Christopher Hall for and in consideration of the sum of 350 dollars … by Caleb Harrison … deliver unto the said Caleb Harrison one negro girl named Affy, to have and to hold the said negro girl Affy together with the future increase of the said girl Affy unto the said Caleb Harrison … Signed: Christopher Hall. Wit: Edmund Roberts.
Mary J G Hall relinquishes right of dower on June 6, 1809.
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1809 Dec 13 – Catharine Kellar from Stephen Gregory, bk 2C, p 650. Chatham County, Georgia
… between Stephen F Gregory late or now now butcher in the City of Savannah State and County as above written and Miss Catherine Keller of said County spinster… whereas George Paul Keller father of the above mentioned Miss Catherine / deceased, and late planter in said County, willed and bequeathed unto his said daughter Catherine in his last will and testament the following real and personal property … 100 acres of land in said County of Chatham near Augustine Bridge / a bridge so called on the Augusta Road between 9 and 10 miles from the said City of Savannah known by the name of Salem; being an undivided part of a tract of 500 acres and likewise the following negroes, viz. Isaac, Sarah, Toney, Hannah, and Trim… said Stephen F Gregory and Catherine Keller as aforesaid have agreed to be joined together in the holy state of matrimony … the said Stephen F Gregory hath renounced any by virtue of his marriage settlement doth renounce and forever quit any claim or claims right or title whatever to which he might think himself entitled to after the consumation of their marriage as her lawful husband or otherwise with respect to the the aforesaid undivided 100 acres of land … or the negroes … Signed: Stephen F Gregory, Catherine Keller. Wit: Geo A Griffin, John Keller, Benj Langley.
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1810 US Census
Name: Elizabeth Harrison
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1
Numbers of Slaves: 23
Number of Household Members Under 16: 2
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 26
Year: 1810; Census Place: Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 233; Image: 00129; Family History Library Film: 0181419
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1810 US Census
Name: Amos Harrison
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): St Lukes, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44 : 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Numbers of Slaves: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 3
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 6
Year: 1810; Census Place: St Lukes, Beaufort, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 245; Image: 00135; Family History Library Film: 0181419
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1810 US Census
Name: Edward Harrison
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44 : 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Numbers of Slaves: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 2
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 5
Year: 1810; Census Place: Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 222; Image: 00124; Family History Library Film: 0181419
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1810 US Census
Name: Mary Harrison
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 2
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 3
Year: 1810; Census Place: Prince Williams, Beaufort, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 231; Image: 00128; Family History Library Film: 0181419
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1810 US Census
Name: M Harrison
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): St Peters, Beaufort, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 1
Year: 1810; Census Place: St Peters, Beaufort, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 212; Image: 00119; Family History Library Film: 0181419
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1810 May 24 – Name: William Pridgens marries Elizabeth Elkins in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-QXT : 23 July 2019), William Pridgens and Elizabeth Elkins, 24 May 1810; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,036.

1810 June 14 written, probated on June 3, 1811. Last will of Balthasar Shaffer esqr.
… Wife: Mary Ann Gertrude.
Dau: Hannah.
Sons: John William, eldest, Simon Peter, George, James, Frederick, and Jacob.
Gr Chldren: Joseph Lawrence and Sarah Shaffer, child of my son John decd.;
Elizabeth Margaret and Harriot Shaffer, shil of my son James, decd;
John Martin Gugle chil of my son, Frederick not named.
Mentiones … lands formerly of John P Langs under lease to John Glass… money due Mr John Smith.
Gdns: George and Jacob Shaffer, for the chil. of Hannah and Simon Peter SHaffer.
Exrs: George and Jacob Shaffer, Ulrick Tobler, Jeremiah Cuyler.
Wit: Joseph S Pelot, Caleb Harryson, Philip Jones.
Codicil dated Jan 5, 1811.
Appoints his son Frederick, one of the exrs of his will.
Wit: George Myers, Junr, Ransom Stone, George Penny.
Will bk E, p. 143 Chatham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/255128-abstracts-of-wills-chatham-county-georgia-1773-1817?viewer=1&offset=0#page=91&viewer=picture&o=info&n=0&q=

1810 Oct 6 – Caleb Harrison to Thos Norton bk KK, p 284 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Caleb Harrison of the City of Savannah couch maker, of the one part and Thomas Norton of the same place sadler of the other part … Caleb Harrison for and in consideration of the love and affection which he hath for his wife Mary C Harrison and for and in consideration of the sum of 5 dollars to him in hand paid by the said Thomas Norton … deliver unto the said Thomas Norton a certain negro girl named Affey about 16 years of age … for the sole and separate use benefit and behoof of the said Mary C Harrison … Signed: Caleb Harrison. Wit: J Cuyler.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-S976-Z?i=523&cat=140778

1810 Dec 20 – William Harrison fr Stephen Gregory and Wife bk DD, p 4 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Stephen F Gregory and Catherine Gregory his wife of the first part and William Harrison of Chatham County planter of the second part … Stephen F Gregory and Catherine Gregory for and in consideration of the sum of $400 dollars received by Catherine Gregory and to her in hand paid by the said William Harrison … confirm unto the said William Harrison … land situate in the County of Chatham … 100 acres as is represented by the platt hereunto annexed dated the 13th June 1810 signed William Posey CS … Signed: Stephen F. Gregory, Catherine Gregory, Geo A Griffin. Wits: William Posey, Benjn Langley, John Pooler, JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-499F-J?i=415&cat=140778

1811 Aug 26 – Caleb Harrison from Daniel Hotchkiss bk DD, p 217
1811 July 18 … I Samuel G Bunch … in consideration of the sum of 350 dollars … by Daniel Hotchkiss … deliver unto the said Daniel Hotchkiss a negro boy named Brahm … 18th day of July 1811… Signed: Samuel G Bunch. Wit: S. Harris, Job W. Bolles, JP.
1811 Aug 26 … I hereby assign all the right, title or interest which I have to the within named negro Brahm unto Caleb Harrison …. for the consideration of 400 dollars …. 26th August 1811. Signed: Daniel Hotchkiss. Wit: Job Bolles, JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-493B-Z?i=520&cat=140778

1811 Nov 1 – Estate of Thomas Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (10 pages)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XYVQ?i=1087&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… The Estate of Thomas Harrison in a/c with John Haupt admr…
1825 Dec 30 – swork before Saml. M Bond, C.Co. by John Haupt Admr.
… 1811 Nov 11 – cash pd Drayage vou.
… 1811 Nov 11 cash pd E. Roberts, again Apr 6, 1812, again May 7, 1812…
… 1812 May 14 cash pd John J Evans…
… 1812 May 18 rect by Sales personal property …
… 1811 Nov 11 recd of John Haupt 5 dollars in full for letters …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XY62?i=1081&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1812 May 7 – Appraisal … Estate of Thomas Harrison decd… (items total $65.37 and 1/2)…
Signed: John G Silverman, Benjamin Sanderlin, Stephen Crafts.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93T-XBPZ?i=1082&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… Sales of the Est of Thos Harrison by order of the administrator…
Buyers (only lists last names it appears): White, King, Rannell, Ceasar, Dolaghan, Merit, Polock, Shearman, Holman, Jencks, Lambe, Thompson, Antony, Mitchell, Miller, Bellager,…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XYPZ?i=1087&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1811 Nov 11 – John Haupt, Job Bolles, and Henry Haupt post bond to Edmund Robert Clerk in Chatham Co, Ga for $2000… for estate of … Thomas Harrison late of the State of Georgia, mariner
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XYXJ?i=1089&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1812 Feb 15 – Caleb Harrison fr Thos and Jane Winn bk DD, p 319-320 Chatham Co, Ga.
… I Caleb Harrison of Chatham County, State of Georgia … bound unto William Camp in the sum of 1000 dollars to which payment I bind myself… this 15 day of Feb 1812… the condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bounden Caleb Harrison … shall pay … unto William Camp … the sum of $500 dollars … before the 15 day of February 1813 then this obligation to be void… Signed: Caleb Harrison.
… I Caleb Harrison of Savannah … whereas I the said Caleb Harrison by my bond … unto William Camp … 1000 dollars …. for the payment of the sum of $500 dollars unto the said William Camp… sell unto the said William Camp 2 negro slaves named Isaac and Brahm… (collateral for amt owed)… Signed: Caleb Harrison.  (Note: then sells slaves later on next page to Thomas and Jane Winn).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-49M2-T?i=574&cat=140778

1812 March 25 – Last will of Edward Harrison bk E, p. 217, 218. Chatham County, Georgia
… I Edward Harrison of Chatham County and State of Georgia … after my debts are paid and then the remains to be appraised and equally divided between my two beloved sons, the half to William Bolding Harrison and Edward Lawson Harrison … I wish also for my wife Cynthia Harrison to live on the Plantation and to have 1/3 of what little income there may be, during her widowhood, but nothing after mariage… I leave my brother William Harrison as executor to this my last will and testament to act as such … I also wish after they have education for him to bind them to some decent trade my two above named children …. Signed: Edward Harrison. Wit: John Smith, Sr, John Smith Jr.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-X9HZ-Q?i=131&cc=1999178&cat=145396 ;
https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/255128-abstracts-of-wills-chatham-county-georgia-1773-1817?viewer=1&offset=0#page=46&viewer=picture&o=info&n=0&q=
1812 Mary 25 Estate of Edward Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (2 pages)
… last will of Edward Harrison (another copy)…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XRKR?i=1040&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1812 Nov 12 – Caleb Harrison to William Camp bk EE, p 39 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Caleb Harrison of Savannah in the State aforesaid … bound unto William Camp …. sum of 1746 dollars … payment of 873 dollars unto said William Camp … before the 1st day of January next … condition …. sell unto said William Camp two negro male slaves named Isaac and Brahm… Isaac formerly Winns and Brahm formerly Threadcrafts … Signed: Caleb Harrison. Wit: Cayler.  (collateral for loan again)
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1813 April 26 – Honoured Sir,
I have been informed that Wm B Bulock Esquire has wrote two or three times to you for the Commission of the officers of the Rifle Company raised in the Little Ogechie or 7 Company district in Chatham County. And have not received any answer on the occasion. This has keep the 7th Company in a perfect confusion from the time the Rifle Company has been formed the officers has been so much abused that commanded the 7th Company that they have been forced to resign and the men will not elect Officers until they know the result of the Rifle Company the District is now at such a pass that they acknowledge no law an every man refuses to inform the law there fore I have thought proper to write to you to prevent strife among ourselves and a few lines from you will put a final stop to this confusion. Other wise forceable means will have to be resorted to to restore order in that Company. Not a man has attended a muster from that district this 6 months at the General Review this Spring the officer then commanding the Little Ogechie Company wont with orders to the Non-Commissioned officers, and they damed him and his orders, and not a man would turn out withstanding the commissioned officer summoned many of them himself.
This disorderly conduct has indust me to write to you to know if those men will be commissioned to command the Rifle Company. If this should be the case the 7 Company will be broke up as there will not be more than 7 or 8 men that has not joined the Rifle Company in that District. Your Excellence will have the goodness to write to me respecting the commission as quick as it may be convenant, that I may proceed to the most adviseable mans getting this district in order.
Dear Sir am your most obediant servant.
William Harrison, Major
2 Batt, 35 Regiment, Georgia Militia.
To his Excellence the Governor David B Mitchel.  Letters written found online at Georgia Archives Digital Collection
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/FileIINames/id/36484/rec/7178

1813 July 17 – Thomas Elkins 100 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19878

1813 Nov 2 – Estate of Caleb Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (4 pages)
1813 Nov 2 Bond… Mary C Harrison, John B Norris, Benjamin B Norris, and Edmund Maker are bound unto Edmund Roberts the Court of Ordinary in the County of Chatham … in the sum of $4000 … to make inventory and appraisal of estate of Caleb Harrison decd…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XP51?i=1026&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1815 June 12 – William Harrison and Est of Edward Harrison by William Harrison exor for Brands and Marks, bk FF, p 197 Chatham County, Georgia.
… Recorded 12th June 1815, Brands and Marks – Estate of Edward Harrison by William Harrison exor – left ear cropt, right earl split and under bit brand E.H. William Harrison for self, left ear cropt and split, swallow fork in the right ear brand WH.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-3QJ9?i=418&cat=140778

1815 July 19 – p. 3. Charles Maurel indee v. Caleb Harrison} death deft suggested.
Civil Minute Books, 1815-1819. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1815 Dec 14 – John Elkins 200 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19899

1815 Dec 14 – John Elkins 100 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19962

1815 Dec 19 – Thomas Elkins 200 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19824

1816 Jan term – Amix and Admor of C Harrison v Jas B Read – case Jury no 1 sworn. Verdict – we find for the Plaintiff the sum of one hundred dollars 12 and 1/2 cents and costs of suit. Jan 4, 1816. Chr Howard, Foreman. bk 9, p 260. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VHWF?i=454&cat=141528

1816 Jan term – Lemuel Kollock v. admr and admx of C Harrison – verdict, we find for the Plaintiff one hundred and eighty one dollars and fifty two cents with interest from the first day of July 1813 costs of noting and suit payable out of such assets as now or may hereafter come in to the hands of the Defendants January 4, 1816. Chr Howard Foreman. bk 9, p 265. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH44?i=457&cat=141528

1816 Jan 4 – Mary C Harrison and J B Norris v. David Nesler, Jury – Verdict – We find for the pltf the sum of one hundred and nineteen dollars 75 cents with costs of suit. Jany 4, 1816. Minute bk 9, p. 268. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH4V?i=458&cat=141528

1816 Jan 19 – Nesler etal v. Admors Harrison} It is ordered that the executions against said administrators shall be satisfied in the order they were delivered to the Sheriff.
Civil Minute Books, 1815-1819. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1816 Feb 2 – Admix and admor C Harrison v James B Read – Judgt and Excn paid Feb 2, 1816. Minute bk 9, p 306. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH43?i=478&cat=141528

1816 Feb 24 – … petition of Charles Patterson sheweth that Mary C Harrison and John P Norris admx and admr of … Caleb Harrison late of said County decd … detain from petitioner … $270 dollars …
Superior Court Inferior Court Inferior Court proceedings, 1811-1816 and Accounts 1810. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
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1816 Oct 21 – Harmon Elkins 200 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19950

1817 May 30 – William Harrison v Richard Dotson – Slander – verdict for Plaintiff for $500. Minute Book 9, p. 429. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VHM2?i=541&cat=141528

1817 June 12 – Harrison and Boyd (Trustee) fr John H Clarke bk HH, p 441 or 442 Chatham County, Georgia
…between John H Clark of the City of Savannah and State and County aforesaid, Suzan E Harrison of the same City of the one part and John Harrison of the same City and Samuel Boyd of Glynn County and State aforesaid of the other … in consideration intended by God’s permission to be shortly had and so solemnized between the said John H Clark and Suzan E Harrison (daughter of the said John Harrison) and also for and in consideration of the sum of 10 dollars … as a marriage portion to the said John H Clark by the said John Harrison and Samuel Boyd … she the said Suzan E Harrison with the consent of said John H Clark her intended husband, and also he the said John H Clark have granted … confirm unto the said John Harrison and Samuel Boyd … to all that lot of land situate lying and being in the Village of St Gall and City of Savannah known as the number 15 containing (blank) … and also of in and to all that lot of land situate lying and being in the City of Savannah aforesaid known by the number 10 Hicks Tything, Percival Ward, containing 60 feet by 90 feet … and also of in and to all that lot of land in Ewensburg in the City of Savannah known by the number 1 containing 100 by 90 feet …. and also of in and to all that half lot of land situate lying and being in the City of Savannah aforesaid in Ewensburgh containing 50 feet in front and 90 feet in depth fronting Margaret Street and joining westwardly the lot belinging to Mr Neidegate and Eastwardly to the other half of said lot belonging to Mrs Mary Saunders and which lot of land is known by the number of 22 …. unto the said John Harrison and Samuel Boyd … in trust … the use and behoof of the said Suzan E Harrison …. not subject to the debts, control or management of the said John H Clark … or of any future or other husband of the said Suzan E Harrison … Signed: John H Clark, Susannah E Harrison. Wit: Paul P Thomasson, Francis Rena.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-QYC5?i=523&cat=140778

1817 June 14 – Mr John Clark marries Miss Susan Eliza Harrison of Savannah … Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-H82 : 23 July 2019), John Clark and Susan Eliza Harrison, 14 Jun 1817; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,036.

1817 June 19 – William Harrison v William Dotson – Slander – appeal of verdict. Minute Book 9, p 455. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH9R?i=554&cat=141528

1817 Nov 4 – Thomas Elkins 95 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19854

1818 Jan term – William Harrison v Richd Dotson – Slander – continued. Bk 9, p 482 and 487. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH34?i=567&cat=141528 ; https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VHSZ?i=570&cat=141528

1818 May term – William Harrison v Ricd Dotson – Slander – continued. bk 9, p 514. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSY8-VH9T?i=583&cat=141528

1818 Aug 20 – Georgia, Chatham County.
Dear Sir,
I have taken the liberty of writing to you for information as respects the manor of inforceing the law against those persons that refused to turn out after bein Drafted for the Service of the United States, and fled from their homes so that the officers could not coerce their attendance into the service before the detachments was marched to their general places of destination. But has since retunred to their homes By and Act of the United States of 1795 sc 5 Those persons are punishable by a Court martial by a fine, the fine to be collected by the Marshall of the district in which the fine may be adjudged. But this act points out no method by which the Court Martial can be convened ….
Humble Servant, William Harrison, Lieut. Colonel, 3d Regiment, Georgia Militia.
Wm Rabun Governor of Georgia.  Letters written found online at Georgia Archives Digital Collection
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/FileIINames/id/36486/rec/7178

1820 US Census
Name: John Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1
Slaves – Females – Under 14: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 3
Free White Persons – Over 25: 3
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total Slaves: 1
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 8
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 71; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 63
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1820 US Census
Name: Thomas Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 18: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 5
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 2
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 3
Total Free White Persons: 10
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 10
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 77; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 66
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1820 US Census
Name: Martin Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Foreigners not Naturalized: 1
Total Free White Persons: 2
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 2
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 77; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 66
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1820 US Census
Name: William Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 3
Free White Persons – Males – 10 to 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 16 to 20: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 to 44: 1
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 94; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 75
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1820 Oct 9 written – Last will of Martin Harrison bk F, p 157
… I Martin Harrison of the City of Savannah State of Georgia …. make this my last will and testament …
… I give devise and bequeath unto my father the sum of 100 dollars to be sent to him by my executor when the above debts shall be paid and in case that my said Father be dead, then and in that case I give and bequeath unto my brother Daniel Harrison the said sum of 100 dollars, and in case of the death of my said brother Daniel … then … said sum of 100 dollars shall be devided by my other brothers
… unto my beloved wife Ann Harrison all the rest and residue of my estate …
… wife Ann Harrison to be sole executrix …
… Patrick McGowen is indebted to me in the sum of 17 dollars … I request him to pay to Richard Harrison to be sent by him to my Father
Signed: Martin Harrison.
1821 Jan 23 – Ann Harrison qualified as executrix of the forgoing will of Martin Harrison deceased
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-F9SY?i=332&cc=1999178&cat=145396  ;  1820 Oct 9 Estate of Martin Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (4 pages)
… Last will of Martin Harrison (another copy) …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XR89?i=1063&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… 1821 Jan 23 … appeared Robert Dillon of Savannah mason, a subscribing witness to the … last will and testament of Martin Harrison late of Savannah labourer, deceased … he the deponent, Paul P Thomason Esq, and Edward Duffy subscribed the names as witnesses … Signed: Robert Dillon.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XPTP?i=1066&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1821 Jan 23– then appeared Ann Harrison and qualified as executrix of the foregoing will of Martin Harrison decd and recd letters testamentary etc accordingly.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XRH1?i=1067&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1821-27 Chatham County, Georgia – Tax List
John Elkins, 700 acres land Ch. by Pine a 4 mills a $2.80, 1 poll, 1 Gig 50. Tot. 3.61.2 and 1/2.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ9-T?i=71&cat=305504
Michael and Susan Harrison, filed by Mary Harrison, Lots and Impro., Sav. $1300, Tot. 4.06.2 and 1/2.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQQ-D?i=78&cat=305504
William J. Harrison, 4 slaves and 1 poll, Tot. 1.56.2 and 1/2.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S3Y-N?i=82&cat=305504
Ebenezer Jenckes, Impro on lot market square $200, stockin trade $6500, 1750 acres land Bulloch Cty, 150 acres Bulloch Cty, 1050 acres Bulloch Cty, 800 acres Effingham Cty, 5000 acres Effingham and Chatham Cty, 3200 acres Effingham and Pine. 33 slaves and 1 poll and 1 carriage, 1 Gig., 40. Tot: 65.41.2 and 1/2.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ3-Z?i=86&cat=305504
John A Keller, 209 acres Chatham Cty, 12 slaves, 1 poll, 1 gig, 50, Tot: 10.96.2 and 1/2.
Paul Keller, 650 acres Chatham Cty, 20 slaves, 1 poll, 1 Gig, 50cs, Tot: 10.96.2 and 1/2.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ7-6?i=87&cat=305504

1821 May 8 Estate of Jonas B Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (9 pages)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93T-XR3T?i=1052&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… Inventory of the Estate of Jonas B Harrison… Bill of the Elkton Bank, Maryland … bills of Cape Fear Bank, Bill of Farmer, and Mechanics bank Georgetown, DC, Bills of State Bank N. Carolina, John Allen and Co’s note for Joshua L Harrison and by him endoresed… J W Butes note favor Jonas Harrison, Charles Days one bill, J H Buiens due bill for P Raseley endorsed, Olmstead and Battiles due bill, WP Bowen’s due bill fav P Rapelye, A Hungers bill, Slocum and Paine’s due bill, Acct agt C Baker, Georgia Royal Arch Chapter, R G Taylor, Jas Fenn, Solomon’s Lodge, S W Nichols, John B Mills, John Allen, Norris, Slocum and Paine. Signed: Chas C Grinon, A Richards.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93T-XR33?i=1054&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… Bond — Abraham Richards, Charles Hartridge, and Charles C Griswold …. estate of Jonas B Harrison late of Savannah Georgia … to do Inventory …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XR65?i=1055&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1823 Jan 6 – Citation for letters dismissary re the Estate of Jonas B Harrison decd… published…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93T-XR95?i=1056&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1822 March 16 – Est J. B. Harrison in A/C with Charles Dunham, administrator…
1821 May 19 to F Kartman, Mr Dures.
1822 March 16 Dunhams cmss due Est J B Harrison...
1821 May 17 cash found in J B Harrison’s pocket book… , J H Bruens due bill, C Baker collected, W P Bowen’s due bill…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93T-XRMM?i=1057&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1823 Sept 4 – Ann Harrison to Marriage bk MM, p 251 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John David Morgin, planter of the first part, Ann Harrison of the second part and James Mongin Smith of the third part… whereas a marriage is intended shortly to be had and solemnied between the said John David Mongin and the said Ann Harrison, prior to which said intended marriage the said John David Mongin is desirous of securing unto the said Ann Harrison a competent livelihood in case the said marriage shall take effect and the said Ann Harrison survive the said John David Mongin in lien and full satisfaction … which the said Ann Harrison might hereafter become entitled to in or out of the Estate of the said John David Mongin… Ann Harrison has agreed to accept and receive the estate real and personal hereinafter mentioned and conveyed in lien and full satisfaction of all or any claim or clims, right or rights of Dower or thirds … which she might have … confirm unto the said James Mongin Smith … all that lot of land situate lying and being in the City of Savannah in the State of Georgia known as lot Number 5 in second tything Anson Ward and being on the corner of Broughton and Lincoln Streets, also the eastern half part of all that lot of land adjoining the above to the westward known as lot number 4 in the said tything and ward which said half lot is enclosed with the said lot Number 5 … also all those negroes slaves to wit, Dennis, yellow Nancy, House Wench Phoeben, boy Harry, Charlotte mother to boy Harry, and a mulatto girn Mary called Mary Flinn … after the death of the said Ann Harrison then in trust to and for the children of David John Mongin of South Carolina … Signed: John D Mongin, Ann Harrison, Jas. M Smith. Wits: Danl Wm Mongin, R H Pettigrew.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-QSXY-B?i=431&cat=140778

1826 Chatham County, Georgia – Tax List
William J Harrison 2 slaves and 1 poll, Tot: 0.93.7 and 1/2
William Harrison, 200 acres Chatham Cty, 20 slaves, 1 poll, Gig.
Edward Harrison Est. return filed by William Harrison above, 100 acres land Chatham Cty, Peni, joins.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ7-M?i=171&cat=305504
Ebenezer Jenckes, 1750 acres Bulloch Co, 150 acres Bulloch Co, 1050 acres Pine Co, 800 acres Effingham Co, Impro on lot in Market St, Stockin trade $6500, 33 slaves, 1 Gig, 40, 1 carriage, 5000 acres Pin Effingham, 3200 acres land Pine Effingham.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ7-3?i=174&cat=305504
Paul Keller, 600 acres land joins Monteith and Est., 21 slaves, 1 poll, 1 Gig 50.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQH-1?i=176&cat=305504
John A Keller, 200 acres land Chatham Co, joins Co. Harrison to 14 slaves and 1 poll, 1 Gig 50
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQZ-L?i=177&cat=305504
DEFAULTER’s LIST:
John Elkins, returned by Adam Cope, 700 acres land Ogeechee Dist, Chatham Cty.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S3B-2?i=210&cat=305504

1827 Oct 20 – Harman Elkins 128 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19911

1827 Oct 26 – Thomas Elkins 75 acres in Effingham Co Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/19917

1827 Dec 5 – Sarah Harrison to Henry Story bk OO, p 489 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Henry Story of the City of Savannah in the State aforesaid of the first part, Sarah Harrison of the second part, and Hamilton Hudson of the third part…. the parties of the 2nd and 3d part desiring of the same place as the party of the first part …. said Sarah Harrison is now possessed of a certain tract of lot of land situate lying and being in the 13th District of the County of Henry in the State aforesaid containing 202 and 1/2 acres … in the plan of said District by the number 81 which said tract or lot of land was drawn by the said Sarah Harrison as was orphan in the land lottery so commonly called which said lotters was drawn in pursuance of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia … marriage is intended to be had … between the said Henry W Story and the said Sarah Harrison ….Signed: Henry W Story (or Stacy), Sarah Harrison, Hamilton Hudson.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QQ-5Q8Q-Y?i=569&cat=140778

1827 Dec 6 – Henry W Stoy marries Sarah Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-CNQ : 23 July 2019), Henry W. Stoy and Sarah Harrison, 6 Dec 1827; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037.

1828 Dec 3 – Michael Harrison marries Alethia Nobles in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-78F : 23 July 2019), Michael Harrison and Alethia Nobles or Noples, 3 Dec 1828; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037.

1829 Feb 3 – Michael Harrison and wife to Eliza Ross bk PP, p 34 (1828-1832) Chatham County, Georgia
… between Michael Harrison and ___ his wife of the first part and Eliza Ross widow of the second part … Michael Harrison and wife …in consideration of the sum of 225 dollars… confirm unto the said Eliza Ross … all the undivided half of all that lot of land situate …. in the City of Savannah, Ewensburg and known by the number 1 on West Broad Street containing 190 feet… Signed: Michael Harrison, Alethia Harrison. Wit: Isaac Scudder, JD Street, Jacob Chadbourn JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-3SDS-Y?i=25&cat=140778

1832 March 3 – bond filed on Estate of Michael Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (8 pages of probate info)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XPVG?i=1076&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… The petition of James Cleland admr of the Estate of Michael Harrison decd … your petitioner a admr as aforesaid lately recovered in the Superior Court of Chatham County an undivided moiety of lot number 10 Hicks Tything, Percival Ward, in the City of Savannah, and County and State aforesaid, that siad undivided moiety is the only estate of the said Michael that has come to the knowledge of your petitioner and that there is therefore no other fund for the payment of the debts of said estate… that said interest in said lot be sold for the above reason … an order may be granted him authorizing a sale of the said real estate in the manner prescribed by law…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XPGW?i=1070&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1838 May 7 – Notice published of sale in the “Savannah Republican” a gazette of this state …  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XPJN?i=1071&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… Cash paid Robert M Charlton, attorney of James W. Fursman and wife, the heirs of said estate
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XP2H?i=1075&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1832 June 21 – by ordinance …. disorderly conduct … William Harrison
Mayor´s fine and information dockets, 1830-1838. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/41708_312534-00014/396050?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

1833 Chatham County, Georgia Tax List
Tryon Elkins, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQW-H?i=243&cat=305504
William Harrison, 460 acres land, 2 quality adj Est Lloyd, Chatham County, 21 slaves and 1 poll, 1 Gig, 25.
Edward Harrison, return by Charles Ulmer, 126 acres land Pine, Chatham County, 2 slaves, 1 poll.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S35-N?i=251&cat=305504
William B Harrison, 1/2 lot and impro., Washington Ward, 1 poll, Stock in Trade, same return 1832.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQZ-M?i=252&cat=305504
Delphia Harrison, 2 slaves …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQD-M?i=253&cat=305504
Ebenezer Jenckes, 1750 acres Pin, Bulloch Co Ogeechee R., 150 acres 2 quality Bulloch Co Ogeechee R, 1050 acres Pine Effingham Ogeechee R, 800 acres Pine Effingham Ogeechee R, 5000 acres pine Chatham Co Ogeechee R, 3200 acres Pine Chatham Co Ogeechee R, 1550 acres Pine Chatham Co formerly Clay’s, 350 acres 2 Quality Chatham Co formerly Mr Allen’s, 170 acres 2 quality Chatham Co formerly D Fox, 1100 acres 5 quality Chatham Co formerly Harden’s, 202 and 1/2 acres Chatham Co formerly Hardens, 50 slaves, 1 poll, 1 carriage, 1 Gig.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQZ-J?i=256&cat=305504
Paul Keller, 980 acres Pine Chatham County adj Monteith and Est Cuthbert, 28 acres 2 quality Chatham Co adj Monteith and Est Cuthbert, 250 acres Early Coutny, 250 acres Early County, 25 slaves, 1 poll, 1 Gig.
John A Keller, Estate, 500 acres land, Pine called Goodhome, Chatham County, 200 acres adj same, 28 acres Cherokee Hill Dist Chatham Co, 490 acres Chatham Co, 24 slaves, 1 Gig.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S3B-G?i=258&cat=305504

1833 Feb 21 – Jesse W Peoples marries Rebecca C Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-7FT : 23 July 2019), Jesse W. Peoples and Rebecca C. Harrison, 21 Feb 1833; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037.

1833 June 13 (license) June 14, 1833 actual marriage date – Edward L Harrison marries Mary C Sweat in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-7NK : 23 July 2019), Edward L. Harrison and Mary C. Sweat, 13 Jun 1833; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9PPD-32N?i=115&cc=1927197

1833 Sept 13 – Last will and Testament of Catherine Langley of the County of Chatham, Georgia (previously married to George A Keller).
… I give and bequeath to Benjamin my dearly beloved son the folllowing negros (named in will) … with all my stock of cattle, hogs, etc…
Signed: Catharine Langley. Wit: William Harrison, Mary Harrison, Rebecca C Peoples.
Proved up by Mary Harrison … on Feb 5, 1834…
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005759793_00018/70066?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/69705632/person/322005110843/facts/citation/942167781905/edit/record#?imageId=005759793_00152

1834 Chatham County, Georgia Tax List
T R Elkins, 1 poll, 1 tract land in Cherokee
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQZ-C?i=330&cat=305504
William Harrison, 460 acres land adjr Est of Lloyd and Chatham Co, 20 slaves, 1 poll, 1 Gig.
William B Harrison, Impro on N quarter of Lot 40 Washington Ward, $600, 2 slaves, 1 poll, 1 tract land in Gold Region, 1 lot in the land lottery.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S31-4?i=338&cat=305504
Andrew Harrison, 1 poll, 1 poll fa 1833.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ4-P?i=339&cat=305504
Edward L Harrison, 126 acres land in Chatham County, 2 slaves, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQW-S?i=340&cat=305504
Ebenezer Jenckes, 1750 acres in Bulloch Co, 150 acres in Bulloch Co, 1050 acres in Effingham Co, 800 acres in Effingham Co, 5000 acres in Chatham Co, 3200 acres in Chatham Co, 1550 acres in Chatham formerly Clays, … acres formerly Allen… (bottom of page torn – cant read rest at bottom), 170 acres Chatham Co formerly Fox, 1100 acres formerly Hardings, 202 and 1/2 acres in land lottery, 50 slaves, 1 carriage, 1 Gig, 1 poll.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3S3R-W?i=343&cat=305504
Paul Keller 980 acres in Chatham Co adj Monteith and Cuthbert, 28 acres Chatham Co, 1 tract in Early Cty, 29 slaves, 1 poll, 1 Gig.
John A Keller, Est., 500 acres in Chatham Co called Good Hope, 200 acres adj same, 28 acres in Cherokee Hill, 1 tract in Appling Co, 30 slaves, 1 Gig.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQD-9?i=344&cat=305504
DEFAULTERS:
Tryan Elkins, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQW-F?i=385&cat=305504
Delphie Harrison, 2 slaves
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQH-Q?i=386&cat=305504
Edward Keller, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-3SQ4-9?i=387&cat=305504

1835 March 21 recorded – Last will of William Harrison bk G, p 230-1-2-3.
… 1834 written … I William Harrison of the County of Chatham and State of Georgia Planter …
… First, I give and bequeath unto Mary, my beloved wife, the following negro slaves, viz, Shem, Dick, Prince, John, Sambo, Henry, Little Dick, Peter Frederick, Judy, Nancy, Ann, Caroline, Mary Ann, Minty Jane, Lucy, Sophy, Elsy, Amy, Affy, Hannah, Little Hannah, Eve, together with my tract of land upon which my dwelling house now statnds containing 200 acres … known as part of Salem Tract, also one tract of land containing 260 acres … joining Judge Berrten’s Moater Hall tract and Huntberry Grove tract on the east, Mr Wm B Bullock, White Oaks tract on the North and land formerly Loyds on the West, also one lont in the Gold Region designated as No. 1038 of 3d Dist 1 lee of Cherokee County containing 40 acres and bounded on the E by lot No 979 on the N by lot No 1007 and on the W by lot No 1057, also one lot of 11 acres more or less, being one undivided fourth part of the eastern half part of the tract upon which Benjamin Langley now resides, also my dwelling house with all other buildings and improvements … to support and educate the children of the said William Harrison and Mary his wife, viz Rebecca Catherine, George Paul, Mary Franklin, Harriet Louissa, Susan Elizabeth, Harris Kollock, and after her decease to be divided equally … I do hereby constitute make and ordain, Paul Keller, Richard F Williams, William Dunham, Edward Bourquin, and Jas. J W Spencer together with the said Mary my beloved wife, my sole executors and executrix of this my last will … Signed: William Harrison. Wits: Robert Bowman, Thomas Lalin, Mary M Robertson.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-D57D?i=156&cc=1999178&cat=145396  ;  1835 Estate of William Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (9 pages)
1842 May 26th … Notice of sale of one negro man slave named Dick, the property of the estate of William Harrison, late of said county deceased to be sold for the benefit of the heirs of said estate. Mary Harrison, executrix.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XY8W?i=1092&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… The undersigned heirs of the Estate of William Harrison decd, late of Chatham County, do hereby certify to the Court of Ordinary … we do concur in the application made by Mary Harrison exrx of said estate for permission to sell a certain negro man slave named Dick belonging to said estate, as by selling him is the only way by which a partition can be affected amongst the several heirs. Signed: Susan E. Harrison, Harris K Harrison, Harriet L Harrison, W M Forrester, G P Harrison.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XY4F?i=1094&cc=1999178&cat=242777
1835 July 6 – Warrant of appraisement … To: Robert Bowman, Joseph Brantley, and James J W Spencer… as you shall be directed unto by Mary Harrison executrix… Estate of William Harrison late of Chatham County deceased
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893T-XYZV?i=1097&cc=1999178&cat=242777
… Inventory and appraisment of the Estate of William Harrison, deceased… (list of slaves) … (list of livestock) …. (list of equipment, items, and furniture) …
… Total: $8987.00.
Signed: Robert Bowman, Joseph Brantley, Jas J W Spencer, appraisers…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XBBV?i=1099&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1835 Inventory of Est of William Harrison. Chatham Co, Ga. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93G-DN5F?i=238&cc=1999178&cat=154595

1835 Estate of William Harrison – loose papers, Chatham Co, Ga: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XY8W?i=1092&cc=1999178&cat=242777

Estate of William Harrison 1835: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-XBYF?i=1091&cc=1999178&cat=24277

1835 Dec 24 – John P Keller marries Mary Ann Johnston in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-W34 : 23 July 2019), John P. Keller and Mary Ann Johnston, 24 Dec 1835; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037.

1836 Sept 5 – Levitha Keller and Jeremiah Zipperer are granted marriage license, bk 3, p 124. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7GR5?i=70&cat=168549; 1836 Sep 5 – Lavetha Keller marries Jeremiah Zipperer bk 3, p 32. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9PP6-CG7?i=38&cat=287181

1837 Estate of William J. Harrison in Chatham County, Georgia (10 pages)
… 1839 Jan 5 … Notice published in the “Savannah Republican” for 4 months… “to sell a lot of land in Troup County, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of Wm J Harrison, late of Chatham County, deceased. George Millen, admor.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-XYCW?i=1108&cc=1999178&cat=242777

1837 May 5 – Robert Harrison marries Maria Walsingham, spinster, in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-WQY : 23 July 2019), Robert Harrison and Maria Walsingham, 5 May 1837; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GPPD-QNH?i=288&cc=1927197&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AKXJ6-BP9

1837 Nov 22 – John W Elkins of South Carolina marries Jane Hart, Spinster, in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-CWY : 23 July 2019), John W. Elkins and Jane Hart, 22 Nov 1837; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,037.

1838 June 22 – Edward L Harrison bk 3, p 146, 147. Effingham County, Georgia
Mary C Harrison applies for Letters of Admin on the Estate and effects of Edward L Harrison late of Effingham County, decd issued citation …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7PGR?i=81&cat=168549

1838 Nov 15 – Mary C Harrison administratrix of the Estate of Edward L Harrison late of this county (Effingham County, Georgia) … to make a true and perfect Inventory of the Estate both real and personal of said deceased … Mary C Harrison, Jeremiah Zippirer, and Goley Dasher post bond unto Clem Power, William Spier, James OGoldwire, and John F Senigg?, Justices of the Superior Court… for $5000.00 on estate… Bond Bk 3, p. 88. Effingham County, Georgia.
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-WSH7?cc=1999178&wc=9SYB-SPV%3A267650301%2C267650302 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Administration and guardian bonds 1830-1856 vol 3 > image 55 of 157; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1839 March 4 – Accounting for the Estate of Herman Elkins – The minors of Herman Elkins... In a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian. bk. 3. p. 209. Effingham Co, Ga
Jan 1 1838 – … paid cloathing for Georgian and Lawrence – $5.00
Feb 12, 1838 – shoes for Lawrence…
April 1, 1838 – shoes for Georgian…
… 3 months schooling for Georgian and Lawrence and board…
June 2, 1838 – one hat for Lawrence …
… 1 pair shoes for Lawrence…
July 1, 1838 – 3 months schooling for Georgian and Lawrence …
Aug 5, 1838 – one pair shoes for Georgian …
Aug 15, 1838 – cloathing for Lawrence …
Oct 10, 1838 – cloathing for Georgian …
Oct 30, 1838 – one pair shoes for Lawrence …
Nov 1, 1838 – school and board 3 months for Georgian and Lawrence …
Signed: Thomas Elkins. …
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93G-FRKT?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 216 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1839 May 21 – Mary C Harrison marries Samuel B White bk 3, p 50. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GPP6-Z7J?i=56&cat=287181

1839 May 23 – Mary C Harrison etal to Phillip Ulmer JR, bk O, p 120 (1833-1843) Effingham Co, Georgia
…between Mary C Harrison, widow of the late Edward L Harrison decd of the first part, Samuel B White of the second part, and Philip Ulmer junior of the third part … a marriage is intended by Gods permission shortly to be had … between the said Mary C Harrison and Samuel B WhiteMary C Harrison is at present seized and possessed of divers property real and personal, to wit one tract or parcel of land containing 300 acres … in the County and State aforesaid … and the following negroes to wit, a wench named Betty abt 25 yrs old and her child about 2 months old, the other wench named Malissa abt 22 years old, also a stock of cattle upwards of 18 head, 2 horses, hogs, sundry household and kitchen furniture… plantation tools, etc … bought by her the said Mary C Harrison either before or after her said intended marriage … the property of … Mary C Harrison is seized and possessed … should be secured to her and the children now living which she has had by her late husband for and during her natural life and from and after her decease then to the use and behoof of the said children now living, to wit: Charles A J Sweat, Anne Eliza Sweat, John Furman Sweat, Mary J Harrison, Martha L Harrison, share and share alike… Mary C Harrison … sold … unto said Philip Ulmer Junr … all that tract of land… 300 acres … also 3 negroes … and stock of cattle,(etc) … in trust …. for the sole and separate use and benefit … of the said Mary C Harrison …. then in trust … for the use of the children of the said Mary C Harrison by her former husband … Signed: Mary C Harrison, Samuel B White, John P. Ulmer Jr. Wit: Charles Ulmer, P S Miller.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-RSN5-R?i=327&cat=166933

1840 US Census
Name: Ann Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 6
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Commerce: 3
Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade: 6
Free White Persons – Under 20: 3
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 11
Total Free White Persons: 14
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 14
Year: 1840; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 50; Page: 40; Family History Library Film: 0007047
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1840 US Census
Name: Robert Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): District 8, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 2
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4
Year: 1840; Census Place: District 8, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 38; Page: 138; Family History Library Film: 0007042
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1840 US Census
Name: Robert Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 1
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 1
Year: 1840; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 50; Page: 67; Family History Library Film: 0007047
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1840 US Census
Name: James Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Navigation of the Ocean: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 1
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 1
Year: 1840; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 50; Page: 28; Family History Library Film: 0007047
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1840 US Census
Name: Mary Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): District 8, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 50 thru 59: 1
Slaves – Males – Under 10: 1
Slaves – Males – 10 thru 23: 2
Slaves – Males – 36 thru 54: 2
Slaves – Males – 55 thru 99: 1
Slaves – Females – Under 10: 1
Slaves – Females – 10 thru 23: 5
Slaves – Females – 24 thru 35: 1
Slaves – Females – 36 thru 54: 3
Slaves – Females – 55 thru 99: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 15
Free White Persons – Under 20: 3
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total Slaves: 17
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 22
Year: 1840; Census Place: District 8, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 38; Page: 139; Family History Library Film: 0007042
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1840 US Census
Name: Francis Harrison
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham , Georgia
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Commerce: 2
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 2
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 2
Year: 1840; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: 50; Page: 18; Family History Library Film: 0007047
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1840 Apr 25 – Francis Harrison fr C Emmons etal, bk AAA, p 244 (1842-1844) Chatham County, Georgia
1838 Feb 5 … I Calvin Emmons … of the lessees within named for and in consideration of the sum of 5 dollars … paid by James H Wade of the State and County aforesaid … set over unto the said James H Wade … all my estate right title term of years yet to come … being an entered half of the same … half unto him the said James H Wade …
Signed: Calvin Emmons. Wit: John Chapman, Leo Wylly JP.
1839 July 13 … We the undersigned do assign and set over unto James Palmer … consideration of 100 dollars paid to us by the said Palmer … rights … within named lease unto the said James Palmer
Signed: James H Wade, Samuel Griffin, Geo. G Faries. Wit: E O Byrne, John Stanton, Richard F Ernst.
1840 Apr 25 … I the undersigned do hereby assign and set over … to Francis Harrison for the consideration of 100 dollars … paid by the said Francis Harrison .. my right … in the within named lease unto Francis Harrison
Signed: James Palmer. Wit: James H Wade JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-7S56?i=161&cat=140778

1840 Sept 7 – Lawrence T Elkins minor heir of Herman Elkins in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian. bk 3, p. 214. Effingham Co, Ga
Jan 15, 1840 – shoes, cloathing, board and tuition…
Feb 3, 1840 – cloathing, 4 pair shoes, cloathing, cap, mouthboard… half maintenance Celia and children…
Recpts:
… half hire of Jacob (Oliver) …
… half hire of Chloe (Bird) …
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FR4H?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 221 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1840 Sept 7 – Georgianna Elkins minor heir of Herman Elkins in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian. bk 3, p 215. Effingham Co, Ga
Jan 13, 1840 – shoes, board, tuition …
July 2, 1840 – shoes, cloathing, shoes, schooling, and board …
… half expenses Celia and four children …
Recpts:
… half hire of Jacob (Oliver) …
… half hire of Chloe (Bird) …
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93G-FR5V?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 222 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1841 July 10 – Lawrence T Elkins minor in a/c with Thos Elkins, (guardian of) minor. bk 3, p 219. Effingham Co, Ga
1841 – cloathing, shoes, hat, cloak, cloathing …
… board and tuition … 1/2 maintenance Celier and children …
Recpts:
… 1/2 hire of negoes … 1/2 hire of plantation … Signed: Thos Elkins…
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FR3J?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 226 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1841 July 10 – Thos Elkins guardian in a/c with Georgianna A. Elkins minor. bk 3, p 219. Effingham Co, Ga
1841 – cloathing, cloak, cloathing, board and schooling, sundried, 1/2 maintenance Celler and children..
Recpts:
…1/2 hire of negroes for 1841…
…1/2 renting plantation …
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FR3J?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 226 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1841 Dec 16 – last will of Joseph Hester p. 74, wills 1829-1950. Effingham Co, Ga.
… beloved wife Anne Hestor … Signed: Joseph Hester Sr. Wits: Em. Crawford, Stephen Hester Sr, Edith Hester.
Proved up Jan 13, 1845.
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1841 Dec 23 – marriage license granted to William Forrester and Miss Mary T Harrison bk 3, p 191. Effingham County, Georgia
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1842 Jan 6 – Francis Harrison fr Andrew Farry bk ZZ, p 445 (1839-1842) Chatham County, Georgia
… I Andrew Farry of the City of Savannah… sum of 450 dollars … by James Palmer and Francis Harrison … deliver unto the said James Palmer and Francis Harrison two negro slaves, viz, a negro woman named Moriah of dark complexion aged about 39 years and her son by the name of George of dark complexion aged about 4 years… Signed: A Farry Sr. Wit: James H Wade JP.   (note: April 26, 1843 – a note is written across deed saying James Palmer has assigned his right to slaves to Francis Harrison for 210 dollars)…
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1842 Sept 3 – Thomas Elkins guardian in a/c with Lawrence T Elkins . bk 3, p 222. Effingham Co, Ga
1842 – … cash paid A Guyton six months board …
…tuition, shoes, cloathing, shoes, expneses Celler 4 …
Recpts:
… rent of plantation, hire Jacob, hire chloe … Signed: Thos Elkins.
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHW?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 229 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1842 Sept 3 – Thomas Elkins guardian in a/c with Georgianna Elkins minor. bk 3, p 222. Effingham Co, Ga
1842 – … cashe paid (?) six months board, six months tuition, cloathing, maintenance, Celler 4, tax…
Recpts:
… 1/2 plantation, 1/2 hire of Jacob, 1/2 hire Chloe… Signed: Thos Elkins, guardian.
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHW?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 229 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1843 Chatham County, Georgia Tax List
William Harrison, Estate, filed by G P Harrison, Lot # 1038, Dis 3, Sec 1, Cher Co, 200 acres
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3H9-J?i=11&cat=305504
Paul Keller, 250 acres Co Thomas Co.
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1843 Apr 17 – granted marriage license to Stephen F Keller and Eliza Rogers bk 3, p 203. Effingham County, Georgia
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1843 Sept 1 – Lawrence T Elkins minor in a/c with Thomas Elkins (guardian) minor. bk 3, p 227. Effingham Co, Ga
(payments listed)(recpts listed for hire of plantation and negroes)… Signed: Thos Elkins.
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHV?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 232 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1843 Sept 1 – Georgianna A Elkins in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian. bk 3, p 227. Effingham Co, Ga
(payments listed)(recpts listed for hire of plantation and negroes)… Signed: Thos Elkins.
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHV?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 232 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1843 Nov 9 – John Harrison marries Sarah Jane Hobkirk in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-4S6 : 23 July 2019), John Harrison and Sarah Jane Hobkirk, 9 Nov 1843; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,038.

1844 Jan 5 – G P Harrison fr S F Keller bk BBB, p 352 (1842-1844) Chatham County, Georgia
…between Stephen F Keller of the County and State aforesaid of the one part and George P Harrison of the same place of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars … sell and confirm unto the said George P Harrison … land situate … in the County aforesaid containing 255 acres … part of a 1000 acre tract of land originally granted to George Cuthbert… dated 29th of October 1764 … bounded on the North by lands of Phillip Ulmer, on the E by lands of Robert Harrison, on the S by lands of Judge Wayne, and SF Keller, and on the W by lands of SF Keller….
Signed: Stephen F Keller. Wit: George P. Zipperer, JP, George A Keller.
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1844 Apr 25 – Mary Ann Elkins marries Robert A Jones in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-88X : 23 July 2019), Robert A. Jones and Mary Ann Elkins, 25 Apr 1844; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,038.

1844 Aug 20 – Thomas Elkins guardian in a/c with Georgianna Elkins minor. bk 3, p 232. Effingham Co, Ga
(payments listed – including E. Jenckes loan … Thos Hines reps plantation)…(Recpts listed hire plantation and negroes)…
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHX?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 237 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1844 Aug 20 – Thomas Elkins guardian in a/c with Lawrence T Elkins minor. bk 3, p 232. Effingham Co, Ga
(payments listed – including Dr Harker tuition … Hines…)…(Recpts listed hire plantation and negroes)…
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRHX?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 237 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1844 Oct 5 – George A Keller marries Martha J Wisenbaker, in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJ6-YLJ : 23 July 2019), George A. Keller and Martha J. Wisenbaker, 5 Oct 1844; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1845 Jan 18 – G P Harrison fr Arch McLellan who gives up 1/3 interest in 800 acres of land in Chatham Co, Ga bounded by lands of estate of William Harrison decd. James H McLaren died seized and possessed and Arch McLellan gives his right thru his Late wife Mary McLellan formerly Mary Henlen decd was the first cousin of Sarah Henlen the mother of James Henlen, McLaren and one of the heirs at law of the said Jame H McLaren. bk DDD, p 138  Chatham County, Georgia  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-J9NN-R?i=331&cat=140778

1845 March 4 – G P Harrison fr Wm M Forrester of Beaufort Dist, SC (husb of Mary Franklin Harrison – GP Harrison’s sister), gives up his 1/7 interest in the estate of William Harrison decd to GP Harrison. bk DDD, p 138  Chatham County, Georgia  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-J9NN-R?i=331&cat=140778

1845 June 3 – Georgianna Elkins in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian bk 3, p. 236. Effingham Co, Ga
(Payments and recpts listed)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRCJ?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 240 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1845 June 3 – Lawrence T Elkins minor in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian bk 3, p. 236. Effingham Co, Ga
(Payments and recpts listed)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRCJ?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 240 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1845 Sept 8 – G P Harrison fr Ursula E Cogdale widow, and Elizabeth Hepburn widow, both of Darlington Dist, SC convey 2/3 interest in 800 acres of land in Chatham Co, Ga to G P Harrison – land formerly owned by James Henlen McLaren, decd. bk DDD, p 140  Chatham County, Georgia https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-J9NJ-K?i=332&cat=140778

1846 Chatham County, Georgia Tax List
George P Harrison, 1840 acres, Chatham Co, 19 slaves, 1 poll.
Est of William Harrison, 430 acres Chatham, 40 acres lot in Cherokee Co, 13 slaves.
Robert Harrison, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KYGP?i=106&cat=156359
Francis Harrison, 1 slave, 1 poll, 2800 stock in trade
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KY3D?i=112&cat=156359
Ebenezer Jenckes, 3500 acres, 500 acres, 6500 acres Chatham Co, 1120 acres Cherokee, 500 acres Bryan Co, 10,000 acres Tatnall Co, Bridge on Ogeechee value 5000, 42 slaves, 1 poll.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KBDX?i=119&cat=156359
John P Keller, 1394 acres Chatham Co, 200 acres Cherokee Co, 202 and 1/2 acres Monroe Co, 7 slaves, 1 poll
Paul Keller, 2531 acres, 500 acres Chatham Co, 250 acres Thomas Co, 31 slaves, 1 poll.
George A Keller, 634 acres Chatham Co, 5 slaves, 1 poll.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KBXR?i=123&cat=156359
Stephen F Keller, 100 acres Chatham Co, 727 acres Chatham Co, 14 slaves, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KB4H?i=124&cat=156359
Thomas Keller 50 acres Chatham Co, 4 slaves, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3HQ-KYBJ?i=126&cat=156359

1846 June 2 – Lawrence T Elkins minor in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian bk 3, p. 239. Effingham Co, Ga
(Payments and recpts listed)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93G-FRNZ?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 243 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1846 June 2 – Georgianna Elkins in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian bk 3, p. 240. Effingham Co, Ga
(Payments and recpts listed)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FR4Z?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 244 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1846 July 7 – Francis Harrison to Joshua Zeigler bk P, p 306 (1843-1853) Effingham Co, Georgia
…I Francis Harrison … in consideration of the sum of 400 dollars … by Joshua Zeigler … deliver unto the said Joshua Zeigler, a negro boy named Fortune about 12 years old … Signed: Francis Harrison. Wit: John D Mallette.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-4GRP?i=162&cat=166933

1847 July 20 – G P Harrison to James M Wayne bk EEE, p 277-78 Chatham County, Georgia
…between James M Wayne of the first part and George Paul Harrison of the second part… James M Wayne for and in consideration of the sum of 684 dollars and 80 cents … paid by the said George Paul Harrison … conveyed … to the said George Paul Harrison the land now conveyed being supposed to contain 540 acres …. from a survey made …. the 6th day of July 1814 bye the late John McKinnon … for the Hon. William Stephens … bounded … N by George Cuthberts now Thomas Young, on the E by lands belonging to Mulberry Girod, on the S and SW by lands of Genl Reed formerly Zubly’s and on the W by lands of the Est of Keller
Signed: James M Wayne. WIt: R F Akin, Benj Edwd Stiles.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-JRN2?i=158&cat=140778
1847 July 20 – G P Harrison fr James M Wayne bk EEE, p 278 Chatham County, Georgia (Mortgage for above deed)
… between George Paul Harrison of the first part and James M Wayne of the second part … party of the first part … for the better securing to the party of the secone part … payment of the debt which the said George Paul Harrison justly owes to the party of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 1 dollar … paid by the said party of the second part … released unto the said party of the second part … land …. contain 540 acres … (same land description as above deed) … upon condition …. that if the said George Paul Harrison … shall faithfully pay the said party of the second part… the sum of 684 dollars according to the terms … promissory note … then … shall cease and become utterly void….
Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: R F Akin, Benj Edwd Stiles.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-JRN2?i=158&cat=140778

1847 Sept 10 – Lawrence T Elkins minor in a/c with Thomas Elkins guardian bk 3, p. 242. Effingham Co, Ga
(Payments and recpts listed)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FRSP?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 246 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1848 Chatham County, Georgia Tax List
Robert Harrison 126 acres pine Chatham Co, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3HS-G?i=81&cat=305504
H K Harrison, filed by G P Harrison, 534 acres pine Chatham Co, 3 slaves, 2 carriages.
G P Harrison, 250 acres water carriage, 1005 acres pine adj swamp, 1446 acres pine Chatham Co, 50 slaves, 1 poll.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3CZ-9?i=83&cat=305504
Francis Harrison, 2 slaves, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3C6-S?i=84&cat=305504
George A Keller, 634 acres Chatham Co, 5 slaves, 1 poll.
John P Keller, 1394 acres, 4 slaves, 1 poll.
Paul Keller, 2531 acres Chatham, 500 acres Chatham, 250 acres Thomas, 31 slaves, 1 poll
S F Keller, 200 acres Effingham, 100 acres Chatham, 727 acres Chatham, 15 slaves, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3Z8-7?i=93&cat=305504
Edwin Keller, 1 poll
Dennis Keller, filed by G W Adams, 1 poll
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-S3C5-S?i=94&cat=305504

1848 Jan 18 – Thomas M Keller marries Margaret V Wisenbaker, in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-DCC : 23 July 2019), Thomas M. Keller and Margaret V. Wisenbaker, 18 Jan 1848; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,038.

1848 March 4 – The Estate of P N Elkins decd in a/c with Thomas Elkins administrator. bk 3, p. 243. Effingham Co, Ga
(Note: this is Pharos Neopolian b. abt. 1815, daughter of Thos Elkins b. 1783 and Sarah Powers … (payments and recpts listed)…
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893G-FRWF?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 247 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1848 May 25 – Susan E Harrison marries Joseph H Hines in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-4NB : 23 July 2019), Joseph H. Hines and Susan E. Harrison, 25 May 1848; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,038.

1849 March 31 – F Harrison to Marry Griffin bk FFF, p 475 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Francis Harrison for and in consideration of the sum of 405 dollars…. by Mary Griffin … deliver unto the said Marry Griffin a certain negro woman named Jane aged about 27 years and her infant named Hannah aged about 4 months … Signed: Francis Harrison. Wit: Geo W. Wylly, not pub.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-JT7K?i=586&cat=140778

1849 April 4 – George P Harrison to Paul Keller bk TTT, p 8 Chatham County, Georgia
… between George P Harrison .. of the first part, and Paul Keller … of the second part … the said GPH of the first part as well for the better securing to the said party PK of the second part, the faithful payment of the debt which George P Harrison justly owe to the part of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 1 dollar to George P Harrison ... paid by the part of PK of the second part … confirm unto the said … P K of the second part … land … in Chatham County … bounded … on the North by lands of George P Harrison, Dr Wm C Danniell, in the East by lands of James Potter’s, and on the West by lands of John P Keller’s, by resurvey made by Saml B Sweat 1280 acres
Upon condition nevertheless that if the said George P Harrison …. pay to the said PK of the second part … the full and just sum of 450 dollars … the 1st day of January next according to the terms and true intent and meaning of a certain promissory note bearing date April 4, 1849 … (that this conveyance is void if paid according to terms basically – a mortgage to secure payment of a note)... Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: Levi S Russell, Edward G Wilson,JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-2SN8-L?i=10&cat=140778

1849 Apr 11 – Sarah Harrison gdn of fr G E and Mary Cubbedge bk HHH, p 118 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Ann M Williams of the first part and Levi S D Lyon guardian of Sarah Harrison F W C of the second part, for and in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars to her in hand paid by the said Levi S DD Lyon guardian as aforesaid … confirm unto the said Levi S D Lyon guardian as aforesaid the eastern portion of lot no 3 Yamancrane City of Savannah … bounded on the N by Bryan Street running S 130 feet on the W by other portions of said lot running E 43 feet to the lot owned by M H McAllister… and all the estate rigth title … of the said Ann M Williams of in or to the same…
Signed: Ann M Williams. Wit: S C Dunning, Levit L Hart, JP.
… Received … April 11, 1849 from Sheldon C Dunning PA of the sum of 100 dollars on a/c of the said deed of sale of lot No 3. Signed: Ann M Williams. Wit: Levy Hart JP.
… Recd… Jan 1, 1850 … 200 dollars …. balance of the purchase .. paid to me in the months of July and Oct last… Signed: Ann M Williams. Wit: Levi S Hart JP.
… 1851 Jan 14 … me G E Cubbedge and Mary Jane Cubbedge his wife for the consideration within mentioned have granted … to Levi S D Lyon guardian aforesd all our right, title interest… property claim and demands of and unto the within mentioned premises. Signed: G E Cubbedge, Mrs Mary J Cubbedge. Wit: G Wabbelman, Levi S Hart JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-3D9H?i=360&cat=140778

1849 Oct 14 – H K Harrison marries Sarah E Elkins bk 3, p 150. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GPP6-8S7?i=160&cat=287181

1850 US Census
Name: George P Harrison
Age: 36
Birth Year: abt 1814
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1850: District 13, Chatham , Georgia, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 1810
Household Members:
Name Age
George P Harrison 36
Herrs A Harrison 30
George P Harrison 10
Thomas Harrison 7
Eugenia V Harrison 5
Anna A Harrison 3
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: M432_64; Page: 332B; Image: 226
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1850 US Census
Name: Sarah Harrison
Age: 21
Birth Year: abt 1829
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1850: District 13, Chatham , Georgia, USA
Gender: Female
Family Number: 1701
Household Members:
Name Age
Kollock Harrison 22
Sarah Harrison 21
Georgine Harrison 0
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: M432_64; Page: 326B; Image: 214
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1850 US Census
Name: John Harrison
Age: 35
Birth Year: abt 1815
Birthplace: England
Home in 1850: District 13, Chatham , Georgia, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 1166
Household Members:
Name Age
John Harrison 35
Sarah J Harrison 32
Julia F Harrison 4
Margaret J Harrison 3
William F Harrison 1
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: M432_64; Page: 296B; Image: 153
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1850 US Census
Name: William Harrison
Age: 56
Birth Year: abt 1794
Birthplace: England
Home in 1850: District 13, Chatham , Georgia, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 1133
Household Members:
Name Age
William Harrison 56
Margaret Harrison 58
Joseph Harrison 17
Robert Harrison 15
James Harrison 11
Margaret Harrison 20
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, Chatham, Georgia; Roll: M432_64; Page: 294B; Image: 149
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1850 March 13 – Harrison and Palmer fr John W Davis etal, bk GGG, p. 234 (1849-1851): Chatham County, Georgia
… we John W Davis, William Leake, and Thomas J Nayler are held and firmly bound unto Palmer and Harrison plaintiffs in the sum of 23 dollars and 4 cents … whereas Thomas B Maxwell constable for the County of Chatham …. arrested said John W Davis under a capias … at the instance of Palmer and Harrison Plaintiffs in said execution, and the said John W Davis being desirous of relief of … debtors … condition of above obligation is such that …. John W Davis shall … appear next in person Court for the County of Chatham … Signed: John W Davis, William Lake, Thomas J Nayler. Wit: Thomas B Maywith.
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1850 May 16 – Francis Harrison to Peter L Constantine – sale of a slave bk LLL, p 385 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Francis Harrison for and in consideration of the sum of 625 dollars … by Peter Lewis Constantine … deliver unto the said Peter Lewis Constantine a negro man named Richard aged 26 years … Signed: Francis Harrison. WIt: Robt McIntire, A Fawcett.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KSGM-1?i=204&cat=140778

1850 July 18 – Harris K Harrison fr John Ulmer bk GGG, p 412 (1849-1851): Chatham County, Georgia
… between John Ulmer of the County and State aforesaid of the one part and Harris K Harrison of the same place of the other part… in consideration of the sum of 1800 dollars … convey unto the said Harris K Harrison… land … in the County of Effingham and part in the County of Chatham, the dividing line of the within named County passing through said lot or parcel of land known as Crukfield, and as the plantation of the late Charles Ulmer … lying on Black Creek containing 762 acres … bounded … N by Dasher’s lands, on the E by Dasher, … Estate of Backley on the South by George P Harrison lands and the lands of the Estate of Backley, and on the W by George A Keller and Daniel Zetlers ….
Signed: John Ulmer. Wit: A J Harrison, George P Harrison.
Proved up in court by wit George P Harrison on July 30, 1850.
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1850 July 29 – Carstin Keller from Henry Z Lichte, bk GGG, p 413. Chatham County, Georgia (mortage on Henry Z Lichte’s store for notes he owes to Keller)
…between Henry Z Lichte of the City of Savannah State of Georgia of the first part and Carstin Kellers of the City of Charleston State of South Carolina of the second part … Henry Lichte for the better securing to Carstin Kellers the faithful payment of his certain promissory notes …. payable to the order of Carstin Kellers as aforesaid for 1500 dollars six months after date with interest … also an acceptance in favor of Schroeder and Lussdroff … at Charleston SC for 661 dollars and 41 cents payable 6 month after date … and lastly another … in favor of S B Bernan … at Charleston SC for 246 dollars and 31 cents payable 6 months … I Henry Z Lichte … several sums of money vist one note for 1500 dollars … 661 dollar and 41 cents … 246 dollars and 31 cents … total 2407 dollars and 72 cents … sell unto the said Carstin Kellers … all the stock of dry goods and .. articles … now being in my store situate on Broughton Street in the City of Savannah …
Signed: Henry Z Lichte.
(Itemization of goods in store is attached below deed).
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1850 Nov 1 – Carsten Kellers from Henry F Lichte, bk GGG, p 473. Chatham County, Georgia (mortgage on note owed)
… I Henry F Lichte of the City of Savannah for and in consideration of the sum of 1560 dollars … by Carsten Kellers of Charleston in South Carolina … deliver unto the said Carsten Kellers all the goods wares merchandise and stock in trade in the Fancy Store No 139 Broughton Street in the City of Savannah … articles specified in the schedule hereunto annexed … Signed: Henry Z Liche. Wit: John M Owens. (Schedule is below deed).
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1850 Nov 1 – Carsten Kellers from Louis C Turner, bk GGG, p 474. Chatham County, Georgia (mortgage on note owed)
… I Louis C Turner of Savannah in the State of Georgia … by my two certain promissory notes bearing date on the first day of Nov 1850 promised to pay to Carsten Kellers of Charleston … sum of 2000 dollars … for the better securring of the said sum of 2000 dollars with interst unto the said Carsten Kellers … sell unto said Carsten Kellers all that stock of dry goods fancy articles and merchandise included in the schedule hereunto annexed… in the store lately occupied by Henry F Lichte of the late firm of Weichman and Lichte … Signed: L C Turner. Wit: John W Owens (Not Pub).
(Schedule is attached below deed).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-38PV?i=283&cat=140778

1850 Nov 4 – Jane Harrison marries Joshua Hinely, bk 4, p 5. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9PP6-CHK?i=190&cat=287181

1851 Jan 1 – Col George P Harrison to Chris G Cramer bk HHH, p 117 (1849-1851): Chatham County, Georgia
… Head Quarters 35th Regt Geo M Summer .. Jan 1, 1851
This is to certify that Christopher G Cormer is the First Lieutenant of the 6th Company Dist GM and is in the active discharge of his duty.
By order of Geo. P Harrison, Col. Commanding 35th Regt, GM.
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1851 Feb 4 – George P Harrison to Wm Remshardt bk HHH, p. 209 (1849-1851): Chatham County, Georgia (mortgage on slaves to secure promissory notes owed).
… I George P Harrison … made my promissory note … on the 1st day of Jan 1852 to pay to the order of William Remshardt the sum of 1000 dollars … certain other promissory note …. promised on the 1st day of Jan 1853 …. pay to the order of William Remshardt the sum of 1800 dollars … desirous of securing the payment of said notes … I George P Harrison .. in consideration of the above … sell unto the said William Remshardt the following negro slaves, to wit: Luke, Nanny, Binah, Adam, Billy, Quash, and Little Luke …. Signed: George P Harrison.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-384H?i=408&cat=140778

1851 Mar 20 – Martha Harrison marries Francis Cole in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-HSB : 23 July 2019), Francis Cole and Martha Harrison, 20 Mar 1851; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,038.

1851 April 17 – John Harrison fr Ann M Williams etal bk HHH, p 315 (1849-1851): Chatham County, Georgia
… between Ann M Williams, Mary Jane Cubbedge, and George E Cubbedge, of the first part and John Harrison of the second part … Ann M Williams, Mary Jane Cubbedge, and George E Cubbedge in consideration of the sum of 1500 dollars … paid by the said John Harrison …. confirm unto the said John Harrison … all that lot … of land situate … in the City of Savannah … known … as lot No. 3 Oglethorpe Ward containing 45 feet on Bryan Street … 120 feet on Ann Street … purchased as Sher sale by Thomas Williams Sr in the year 1832 … Signed: Ann M Williams, M J Cubbedge, Geo. E Cubbedge. Wit: Wm H Garland, Jno F Guilmartin, not pub.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-3832?i=461&cat=140778

1851 May 20 – GP Harrison to Phillip Horning bk R, p 350 (1843-1853) Effingham Co, Georgia
… between George P Harrison of the first part and Philip Horning of Effingham of the other part… George P Harrison .. in consideration of the sum of 40 dollars … sold … unto Philip Horning … land originally granted to Christian Zipperer, containing 300 acres… also another tract of 68 acres laying between the above tract and where Philip Horning now lives…. bounded by the lands of Powers and Cooper on the S and W, on the N by Hornings land and on the E by Harrison’s land and lay upon the waters of Augustans Creek.
Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: Stephen Hester, Jeremiah Mallette.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-4L46?i=447&cat=166933

1851 July 14 – Robert Harrison, bk 4, p. 40. Effingham County, Georgia
… Upon the application of George J Bridges for leave to swap a tract of land belonging to his children for a tract of land belongining to Robert Harrison a minor, and it appearing to this court by certificate from Col. G P Harrison and Stephen F Keller that said children will lose nothing by the swap. It is ordered that he have leave to swap the same for the benefit of his children.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7LRH?i=189&cat=168549

1851 Nov 15 – George P Harrison to Philip Ulmer bk JJJ, p 342 Chatham County, Georgia
… betwen George P Harrison … of the one part and Philip Ulmer … of the other part … George P Harrison … in consideration of the sum of 500 dollars … sold unto the said Philip Ulmer … all that tract … in the County of Chatham on the waters of Black Creek containing 260 acres more or less bounded on the E by Wyley’s land, on the S by Pritchards, W by Estate of Backley, and on the N by Dashers … Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: George J Zepperer, JP, William H H Bartley, JP
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-K36H-H?i=185&cat=140778

1852 June 23 – last will of John Elkins p. 155. wills 1829-1950. Effingham Co, Ga.
Names only wife Mary Elkins – executrix… Signed: John Elkins. Wits: Henry Love, Stephen Hester Snr?, Wm Cooper.
Filed June 5, 1854.
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1852 June 23 – Last will of Stephen Hester Sr p. 157. wills 1829-1950. Effingham Co, Ga.
… beloved wife Edith Hester … lands and Mill Plantation (livestock, furniture, etc)… slaves (named) …
Signed: Stephen Hester Sr. Wits: Susan E Elkins, Henry Love, William Cooper.
Filed June 5, 1854.
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1852 Sept 27 – George P Harrison fr Zachariah Dotson, bk LLL, p 497 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Zachariah Dotson … of the one part and George P Harrison … of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 550 dollars to him in hand paid … convey unto the said George P Harrison … land situate … upon Augustaus Creek containing 80 acres …. part of which is known as the Rice lands belonging to Thomas Kellers, the other part being portion of the lands known as Mountieth, and adjoining the New Mountieth Road…. bounded on the North by Mountieth Road, and the old Salem tract known as Kellers on the E by H K Harrison and G P Harrison lands on the S by Keller and Langly on the W by G P Harrison, Mountieth lands
Signed: Zachariah Dotson. Wit: George A Keller, John W Exley, JP.
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1852 Dec 9 – John M Harrison maries Lavicy R Colson, bk 4, p 26. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GPP6-CXK?i=201&cat=287181

1853 Feb 7 – George P Harrison fr John P Kellar bk NNN, p 161 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John P Keller of the first part and George P Harrison of the second partJohn P Keller for and in consideration of the sum of 100 dollars … paid by the said George P Harrison … confirm unto the said George P Harrison … land situate … on the waters of Augusteens Creek, being the rice lands, belonging to that portion of the old Keller tract, recently owned by Thomas M Keller and by him sold to John A Keller, supposed to contain 25 acres … bounded N by lands of George P Harrison, E by lands of George P Harrison, S by lands of J P Keller, W by lands of R Langley and G P Harrison… this deed means to convey all the Rice lands to George P Harrison … belonging to the said tract formerly owned by Thomas M Keller and now the property of said John A Keller … Signed: John P Keller. Wit: O A LaRoche, Geo W Wylly not pub.
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1853 March 7 – Sarah Keller decd estate. bk 4, p 90, 91. Effingham County, Georgia
… I George Keller do solemnly swear that Sarah Keller deceased died without any will as far as I know and believe and that I will well and truly administer on all and singular the estate real and personal of said deceased and pay all her just debts as far as the same will extend and the law requires me and that I will make a true and perfect inventory and appraisement of all and singular the estate real and personal and a just return thereof ….Signed: George Keller.
George Keller appt at admin of the Estate of Sarah Keller decd ….
...George A Keller presented an account to the court on oath … that the Estate of Sarah Keller … is all in cash, no inventory on appraisement is required …. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7GGN?i=214&cat=168549

1853 May 2 – Sarah Keller decd estate bk 4, p 97. Effingham County, Georgia
… account of George Keller admin of the Estate of Sarah Keller … filed … balance of $523.60.
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1853 June 28 – George P Harrison etal fr John P Keller bk R, p 549 (1843-1853) Effingham Co, Georgia
1853 June 28 … Three years after date I promise to pay George P Harrison … $513 dollars and 43 cents … (endorsed on back by George P Harrison)
Signed: John P Keller.
1853 June 28 … Four years after date I promise to pay to George P Harrison on order $543 dollars and 13 cents … (endorsed on back George P Harrison).
Signed: John P Keller.
The above are true copies of two notes handed to the executors of Lewis Myers decd at the … execution of titles by said executors … (to wit William Rahn to John Keller and execution of the mortgage hereunder recorded and to secure the payment of said two notes said mortgage was given… to William Rahn exrs of Lewis Myers decd … Signed: James Rahn Clk.
1853 June 28 … between John Keller of the County of Chatham … of the first part… and Francis M Stone and William Rahn executors of the last will and testament of Lewis Myers late of Effingham … deceased of the second part … for the better securing ….the parties of the second part, the faithful payment of the debt which said John Keller justly owes … in consideration of 1 dollar… confirm unto the parties of the second part … land … in the county of Effingham… containing 300 acres … known as “Spencer Tract”…. late residence of the Revd Lewis Myers decd… also one other tract containing 53 acres … adj the above tract and known as the Zipperer Tract … and the house known as the Parsonage House in Goshen near the Goshen Church …
… Condition… that if the said John Keller ... pay to the said parties of the second part (notes listed above)… according to the terms… shall cease and become utterly void…
Signed: John P Keller. Wit: L Myers, James Rahn,
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1853 July 27 – George P Harrison fr John P Keller, bk LLL, p 498 Chatham County, Georgia
… I John P Keller … by my certain Promissory note … promised to pay to George P Harrison .. 1080 dollars and 75 cents …. for the better securing of the said sum of 1080 dollars and 75 cents … sell unto the said George P Harrison ….land .. in Chatham County near Augustus Creek, being the lands upon which the said John P Keller now resides, containing 1944 acres, bounded on the W, N, and E by George P Harrison’s lands, and to the S by Paul Kellers lands … if the said John P Keller …truly pay … George P Harrison … the full and just sum of 1080 dollars and 76 cents … on the first day of Jan next according to the … promisory note … be utterly void and of no effect…
Signed: John P Keller. Wit: Charles Celer (is this Keller?), Levy S Hart, JP.
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1853 Aug 2 – G P Harrison fr Fred Hinely bk R p 553 (1843-1853) Effingham Co, Georgia
… Whereas Frederick Hinely … admin of the estate of David Helmly late of said County decd … on the 11th day of Feb 1853 … publication of notice in the Savannah Republican … to sell a lot of land containing 350 acres … in Effingham County … part of the real estate of said decd… on the 2d of May 1853 … sell said lot .. George P Harrison of Chatham County being the highest and best bidder … to him as and for the sum of $590 dollars and 50 cts… this 2d day of Aug 1853… between Frederick Hinely admin … of the one part and Col. George P Harrison … of the other part… land situate … in the County of Effingham originally granted to Edward Parish on the 23d day of Dec 1837 bounded by Smith, Ihly, Bowmn, Chatham County line, vacant land and said Parish, containing 350 acres … original survey … Signed: Fred Hinely, admn. Wit: James Rahn, E W Solomon, JJC.
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1854 Jan 20 – last will of Thomas Elkins p. 149-154. wills 1829-1950. Effingham Co, Ga.
… second, I give … unto my six following named daughters to wit, Morelle Zellter, Julia Jenckes, Lydia Elkins, Sarah Harrison, Caroline Elkins, and Selina Rawls the following tracts of land… tract in Effingham … 513 acres known as the Tondee Old Place … tract in County of Houston known as Number 279 originally granted to Lewis Caswell.. tract in county of Pike known as Number 241 orig granted to J Sheppard… tract in County of Baker … orig granted to John Mack… tract in County of Dooley orig granted to Thomas Elkins … tract in County of Effingham cont 200 acres upon which Goodwin W Abbott Sr now resides… land to be sold and proceeds to be equally divided among the 6 above named daughters …
…Third … unto son Thomas P Elkins … place known as Whitesvill with exception of lts number 61, 64, 63 …. also 200 acres granted to Isaac Garrison joining Whitesville on the West side … also 700 acres purch from Thomas Dasher between Springfield and Whitesville … also 200 acres granted Joshua Seckingon … also 200 acres granted John C Miller … also 290 acres granted John Exley … also negroes (lists names) …
…Fourth … to my beloved daughter Mosell Zettler the following negroes (lists names) …
…Fifth … beloved daughter Julia Jenckes following negroes (lists names) …
…Sixth … beloved daughter Lydia Elkins following negroes (lists names) … and also two lots in Village of Whitesville – lot 61, and 62
…Seventh… beloved daughter Sarah Harrison following negroes (lists names) …
…Eighth … beloved step-daughter Harriet Elkins late wife of Samuel Elkins, all that lot of land in the Village of Whitesville known as lot number 63 and the lot upon which she now resides….
…Ninth … my two sons Charles and Leander all the balance of my lands that I now own not herein before bequeathed … exception of a life estate in a tract of land containing 200 acres orig granted to John Strahan and known as the land on which my present residence is located which I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Maria P Elkins… during her life .. to be equally divided between them (after her death)…
…Tenth … negro property to remain in possession of wife Maria P Elkins until youngest child becomes of the age of 21 years then equally divided among my four younges children to wit Caroline Elkins, Selina Rawls, Charles Elkins and Leander Elkins and my beloved wife Maria P Elkins
…Eleventh … (how daughters to share slaves) …
… I appoint my three sons Thomas P. Elkins, Charles C Elkins, and Leander L Elkins trustees for my said daughters.
…Twelfth … unto my following children Moselle Zettler, Julia Jenckes, Lydia, Thomas P, and Sarah Harrison the following property (horses and livestock listed)…
…Thirteenth … unto my beloved wife Maria P Elkins and my four youngest children Caroline Elkins, Selina Rawls, Charles C Elkins, and Leander L Elkins the ballande of my horses and mules … (and other livestock listed)….
…Fourteenth … As guardian of my daughter Sarah Harrison I held the sum of 300 dollars given to her by her Grandmother I settle with my said daughters and paid her said money , now should anyone undertake to recover anything from my estate on account of my said Guardianship, it must be paid out of that part of my estate devised and bequeathed unto my said daughter Sarah Harrison….
…Fifteenth… (re timber, etc on land)…(nobody named)…
…Sixteenth … (re household furniture, etc)…
…Seventeenth … (describes intent to devise among 5 oldest children, wife, and 4 youngest children … nobody named)…
…Eighteenth … wife Maria P Elkins executrix, sons Thomas P Elkins, Morgan Rawls, Charles C Elkins, and Leander L Elkins executors …
Signed: Thomas Elkins. Wits: Archibald Guyton, Ann Rahn, James Rahn.
Proved up March 5, 1854.
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1854 March 22 – George P Harrison fr Benjamin Langley bk MMM, p 280 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Benjamin Langley of the first part and George Paul Harrison … of the second part .. Benjamin Langley for and in consideration of 5 dollars … paid by the said George P Harrison … confirm unto the said George P Harrison … land and improvements on which said Langley now lives .. on Augustin’s Creek, and containing 80 acres …. reserving for himself the said Langley a life intrest and estate in the said Lot and improvements, to wit during the lifetime of him the said Langley and no longer, and receiving from the said George P Harrison… the right and permission to cut and use for plantation purposes timber from a tract of land, property of said George P Harrison known as the McLaren Tract situate in Chatham County. … Signed: Benjamin Langley. Wit: John M Mullen, E H Bacon, notary public.
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1855 March 16 – Robert Harrison fr Chas H McLeod bk OOO, p 68 Chatham County, Georgia
(mortgage securing note)… between Charles H McLeod of the County of Chatham … of the first part and Robert Harrison ... of the second part … Charles H McLeod as well for the better securing to Robert Harrison the faithful payment of the debt which Charles H McLeod owes to Robert Harrison … in consideration of 1 dollar … confirm unto Robert Harrison … land situate .. in the 8th Dist of the County of Chatham … containing 260 acres … bounded E by Wylly’s land, S by Finckleas (lat Pritchards) land, West by George A Keller’s land (late Estate of Backleys land) and North by Dasher’s land … duly executed by Philip Ulmer … to Charles H McLeod the 25 day of Sept 1854 … promissory note… Signed: C H McLeod. Wit: James S Brantley, R Raiford JP.
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1855 Sept 1 – ZC Dotson to Justices Inferior Ct, bk PPP, p. 560  Chatham Co, Ga.
… between Z C Dotson … and the Justices of the Inferior Court of Chatham County of the second part … Z C Dotson for and in consideration of the sum of 10 dollars … convey unto the said Justices … a lot of land lying in the County of Chatham … known as the lot upon which the School House now stands near the 13 mile stone on the new Montieth Road, said house being recently known as the “Montieth Academy”
Signed: Z C Dotson. Wit: George P Harrison, JJccc, P F Ulmer.
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1855 Sept 1 (bond)… we H K Harrison and Z C Dotson security, are held and firmly bound unto the Justices of the Inferior Court of Chatham County … in the sum of 800 dollars for the payment of which we bind ourselves… condition … the said H K Harrison has covenanted and agreed with the Justices of the Inverior Court … to build a certain bridge across “Pipe Makers Creek” on the “Cherokee Hill Cross Road”, according to specification set forth on advertisement over the signature of George P Harrison, JJccc in Savannah papers for contractors to build said bridge. Should the said H K Harrison well and truly build the aforesaid bridge agreeable to the terms set forth in the said advertisement, and keep the same in repari for 7 years next ensuing … then this bond to be null and void …
Signed: H K Harrison, Z C Dotson. Wit: George P Harrison, JJccc, P F Ulmer.  bk PPP, p. 560.  Chatham County, Ga.
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1855 Sept 22 – Last will of Edith Hester p. 168. wills 1829-1950. Effingham Co, Ga.
… unto Emmanuel Crawford … lot of land or Plantation situated in Effingham Couny bounded on West by lands of Crawford, South by lands of Keller and Heidt, North by lands of Zeigler, and East by lands of Louis Hester containing 384 acres being the residence of my late husband and myself …. together with the Mill, Dwelling house and out buildings …
… unto heirs of Frederick Womack decd the foster son of my late husband Stephen Hester (slaves named)…
… rest of estate unto Ann Williams my dearly beloved sister …
… appt Stephen Keller executor …
Signed: Edith Hester. Wits: M Blitch, Henry Love, Joshua Zeigler.
Filed April 7, 1856.
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1856 Jan 30 – Joseph H Hines from LaRoche and Brown bk QQQ p. 128. Chatham County, Georgia
… between Isaac D LaRoche and Alfred T Bowne of the City of Savannah … of the first part and James J Hines, Thomas R Hines, Joseph H Hines and Claudius C Wilson … of the second part … in consideration of the sum of $500 dollars … paid by the said James J, Thomas R, Joseph H Hines, and Claudius C Wilson… land … known lately as the Springfield Plantation ... distinguished by the number 12 … containing 2 acres four chains, fifteen hundred fifty six and 1/4 links … with the exception of 10 feet in width of said lot on its Southern boundary — reserved by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah … for a ditch to answer as a common drain ….. for all the lots of said Springfield Plantation … subj to an annual rent of 21 dollars and 28 cents … Signed: Alfed T Bowne, Isaac D LaRoche. Wit: S Yates Levy, E H Bacon NP.
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1856 Feb 5 – Dennis Keller from Wyly and Montmallin bk PPP, p 446. Chatham Co Ga
…between George W Wylly and John S Montmollin copartners unter the firm of Wylly and Montmollin of the first part, and Dennis Kellar of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 415 dollars … paid by the said Dennis Kellar … all that lot of land situate … in the City of Savannah …. known and designated in the plan of said City as Lot number 27 Chareton Ward … said lot … was conveyed unto the said Wylly and Montmallin in exchange for land taking to open Montgomery and Zall Streets by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah and the Hamlets thereof….
Signed: John S Montmollin, George W Wylly. Wit: Henry Williamson, Edward G Wilson JP.
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1856 March 13 – John P Keller to Paul Keller bk PPP, p. 90 Chatham Co Ga
… between John P Keller of Chatham County of the first part and Paul Keller of the same place of the second part … John P Keller for and in consideration of the sum of $600 dollars … convey unto the said Paul Keller … land lying in Chatham County … part of the original Cuthbert Grant … between the Good Hope settlement and the plantation on where the said Paul Keller now lives … and North of the Swamp known as the Williamson old rice field swamp containing 200 acres
Signed: John P Keller. Wit: George P Harrison, William Cunningham.
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1856 Apr 15 – Susan E Elkins marries Benjamin E Mynck (or Myrick) in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJ6-1HD : 23 July 2019), Benjamin E. Mynck and Susan E. Elkins, 15 Apr 1856; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1856 – April 17 – John P Keller to Benj Langley bk PPP, p. 285 Chatham Co Ga
… between John P Keller of Chatham County of the first part and Benjamin Langley of the same place of the second part … John P Keller for and in consideration of the sum of 400 dollars … paid by the said Benjamin Langly … convey unto the said Benjamin Langly .. land lying in the County of Chatham…. part of an original grant made unto Cuthbert bounded North by the Old Montieth Road, East by G P Harrison’s lands, South and West by J P Keller’s land, containing 160 acres
Signed: John P Keller. Wit: H K Harrison, George P Harrison, JJccc.
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1856 July 1 – Estate of Milton H Powers decd in act with Lawrence T Elkins exr. bk 4, p. 360-381. Effingham Co, Ga.
(22 pages of accounting of payments and receipts of Milton H Powers’ estate, by administrator Lawrence T. Elkins …)
“Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93G-FRYN?cc=1999178&wc=9SY1-SPN%3A267650301%2C267709801 : 20 May 2014), Effingham > Returns 1818-1858 vol 3-4 > image 458 of 495; citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.

1856 July 25 – George A Keller to John P Keller, bk PPP, p 453.  Chatham Co Ga
… between John P Keller of Chatham County of the first part and George A Keller … of the second part… John P Keller for and in consideration of the sum of $700 dollars … paid by the said George A Keller … convey unto the said George A Keller … land lying in the County of Chatham … part of the original Cuthbert Tract and known as the “Good Hope Place” containing 200 acres … bounded on the North by J P Kellers land, on the East by G P Harrisons land, on the South by P Kellers, and on the West by P Kellers land … Signed: John P Keller. Wit: George P Harrison, Harris K. Harrison.
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1856 Aug 11 – Dennis Keller trust to Chatham M Loan Assn bk PPP, p 433. Chatham Co Ga
… between The Chatham Mutual Loan Aaaociation of the first part, and Dennis Keller, trustee of Cornelius D Keller… of the second part… in consideration of the sum of 1250 dollars paid by the party of the second part … confirm unto the party of the second part (Dennis Keller, trustee of Cornelius D Keller) … that lot of land … in the City of Savannah … known as lot number 16 Walton Ward, formerly Robertsville … to a certain indenture of lease to said lot from Hiram Roberts to Dennis Wynne dated the 19th day of December 1850 and to end 21 years from said date … lease having been sold and conveyed to said party of the first part by the Sheriff of Chatham by deed dated Jan 16, 1856 having been levied and sold by said Sheriff as the property of said Dennis Wynne and purchased by said party of the first part …. Signed W. Duncan. Wit: And. M Ross, F Blois NP.
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1856 August 11 – Dennis Keller trustee to A A Smets treas, bk PPP, p 450 Chatham Co Ga
…between Dennis Keller trustee of Cornelius G Keller … of the first part, and Chatham Mutual Loan Association of the second part…. for the better securing to the party of the second part … the faithful payment of the debt … assigns … all that certain lot of land … in the City of Savannah… designated in the plan … as lot number 16 Walton Ward, formerly Robertsville… to a certain indenture of lease of said lot from Hiram Roberts to Dennis Wynne dated the 19th day of Dec 1850 … to end and expire 21 years from said date … (mortgage on property to secure debt incurred with bank in acquiring the property)…
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1856 Dec 2 – Harris K Harrison exr to Zachariah M Winkler, QQQ, p 27 Chatham County, Georgia
… Pursuant to the last will and testament of Philip Ulmer late of said State and County decd, … after public notice… Harris K Harrison executor and Eliza Ulmer executrix of the last will … of said Philip Ulmer decd at Savannah in said County before the Court House … expose to sale all that plantation or tract of land … in Chatham … containing 617 acres … bounded Northerly by lands of the late John McPherson Perrien, West by Augusta Road and South by lands belonging to William C Daniel and East by Savannah River … also … 31 acres of land … part of the Plantation called Drakies …conveyed by Jacob Read executor of Genl. Jacob Read to James Wallace…. Zachariah M Winkler being the highest and best bidder … 14,600 dollars … convey unto the said Zachariah M Winkler … all that plantation or tract of land known as Mulberry Grove plantation and more fully and particularly described above … Signed: H K Harrison, Eliza Ulmer. Wit: George P Harrison, JJccc, Z C Dotson.
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See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulberry_Grove_Plantation
See also: https://www.wsav.com/news/savannahs-hidden-history-mulberry-grove/

1857 Jan – George P Harrison to Ann M Bond bk QQQ, p 70 Chatham County, Georgia (1856-1857)
… between George P Harrison … of the first part, and Anne M Bond … of the second part … better securing to the party of the second part, the faithful payment of the debt .. the said George P Harrison … justly owes… (mortgage is for) … all that plantation .. known as the Monteith Tract Containing 2100 acres … on Augustine Creek … partly in the County of Effingham, and partly in the County of Chatham … bounded N by lands of Dotson, Thomas Keller, Ulmer, Helmly, and Henly, East by his lands of G P Harrison, South by lands of John Keller and Paul Keller, and West by Hornings land … subject to a mortg made to Sarah R Bond .. sum of 2880 dollars… Signed: George P Harrison.
Wit: John P W Read, James McHenry NP.
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1857 Jan 1 – Harris K Harrison etal exr fr Zachariah M Winkler bk QQQ, p 34 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Z M Winkler … of the one part, and Harris K Harrison, executor and Eliza Ulmer executrix of the last will and testament of Philip Ulmer decd… Z M Winkler … deliverd to the said Harris K Harrison executor and Eliza Ulmer executrix of the said Philip Ulmer decd his two certain promissory notes … whereby the said Z M Winkler hath promised to pay the said H K Harrison and Eliza Ulmer … 4860 dollars and 60 cents on the 1st day of Jan 1858 … and on the 1st day of Jan 1859 … Z M Winkler promises to pay the further sum of 4866 dollars and 66 cents … Z M Winkler … granted …. to the said H K Harrison and Eliza Ulmer … of the Estate aforesaid … all that tract … known … as the “Mulberry Grove” plantation, containing 617 acres … bounded North by lands of the late John McPherson Perrien, West by Augusta Road, and South by lands belonging to William C Daniell and East by Savannah River … also that piece … of land … containing 31 acres… part of the plantation called “Drakies” … conveyed by Jacob Read executor of Genl Jacob Read to James Wallace … (mortgage on property in favor of Estate to ensure payment of amounts still owed)…
Signed: Z M Winkler by his atty Z W Winkler. Wit: John F Tucker, R F Akin NP.
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1857 Jan 31 – John Harrison marries Phoebe Hopkins in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJ6-1S9 : 23 July 2019), John Harrison and Phoebe Hopkins, 31 Jan 1857; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1857 Feb 4 – Harris K Harrison to George H Johnston Tr, bk QQQ, p 105 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Harris K Harrison … by my two certain promissory notes … promised to pay George P Harrison … 1576 dollars and 23 cents… endorsed and transferred by the said George P Harrison …to George H Johnston sole surviving trustee … (mortgage for promissory note): (on named slaves)… (payment terms in deed)…
Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: W Wright. Charles C Jones Jr. NP.
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1857 Feb 20 – GP Harrison to Hiram Davis bk U, p 249 (1862-1872) Effingham Co, Georgia
… between George P Harrison of Chatham County of the first part and Hiram Davis of Effingham County of the second part … George P Harrison for and in consideration of the sum of 50 dollars to him in hand paid by the said Hiram Davis… convey unto the said Hiram Davis … land lying in the County of Effingham .. containing 15 acres adj lands of the Est of John Hinely and the Est of David Helmly and George P Harrison … land upon which William Guin now lives … Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: W Renshart, William Dawson, NP.
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1857 June 20 – George P Harrison fr George W Ulmer bk RRR, p. 51 Chatham County, Georgia
… I George W Ulmer for and in consideration of the sum of 178 … by G P Harrison … deliver unto the said G P Harrison a certain negro man named Moses aged about 40 years old … Signed: George W Ulmer.
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1857 Nov 11 – Charles C Elkins marries Anne E Carle in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJZ-HYY : 23 July 2019), Charles C. Elkins and Anne E. Carle, 11 Nov 1857; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 159,039.

1857 Dec 5 – Harris K Harrison fr John W Brantley SSS, p 419 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John W Brantley …. of the first part and H K Harrison … of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 800 dollars paid by him … by the said H K Harrison … confirm unto the said H K Harrison … land .. in the 8th Dist GM … containing 101 acres of land … boundedon the East by lands originally belonging to said tract conveyed to Robert Harrison by the said John W Brantley, on the South by lands of McLeod .. on the West by lands of Dasher and by vacant land, on the North by lands of the Estate of Zettler… balance of four tracts of land conveyed by Salome Cooper to John W Brantley by deed bearing date 22 Nov 1851 …
Signed John W Brantly. Wit: Henry W Eastmead, Wm H H Bartley NP.
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1858 (month and day blank) – George A Keller to John Cooper bk RRR, p. 114
… between George A Keller of the County of Chatham and State aforesaid of the first part and John Cooper of the same …. of the second part … George A Keller for and in consideration of the sum of 700 dollars …. confirm unto the said John Cooper … land … in the County of Chatham … being part of the original Cuthbert tract and known as the Good Hope Place containing 200 acres … bounded North by John P Keller’s land, on the East by George P Harrison’s land, on the South and West by Paul Keller’s lands
Signed: George A Keller. Wit: J F Linder, John A Staley JP, NP.
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1858 Jan 5 – Harris K Harrison to Justices of Inferior Court bk RRR, p 48 Chatham County, Georgia
… btw Harris K Harrison … of the first part and William H Cuyle, John Screven, William F Brantley, George P Harrison and Noah B Knapp justices of the Inferior Court for the County of Chatham… of the second part … H K Harrison stands indebted to justices in the sum of $3000 dollars … by his promissory note …. (rest of doc conveys mortg on slaves named in deed to the Inferior Court for payment of the note)…. Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: Tho Milledge, Wm J Bullock. NP.
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1858 March 21 – George P Harrison to Joseph H Hines, bk SSS, p 162 Chatham County, Georgia
… I George P Harrison … in consideration of the sum of 4850 dollars … sold unto Joseph H Hines … Dick, a negro man aged about 42 years, Bella … aged about 45… Candid … about 18 years old… Caty about 14 years old .. Peggy about 12 years … Rachel abt 8 years … Fred … abt 22 years …
Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: Rufus E Lester NP.
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1858 Aug 25 – Paul Keller’s last will… Chatham County, Georgia, Wills Vol 1, p. 228-
… I Paul Keller of the County of Chatham and State of Georgia aforesaid … this to be my Last Will and Testament …
… Item 1st …. unto Arzada Keller Powers son of Milton Powers and my adopted son the following negro slaves, to wit Sam, Sarah, Isabel and Margaret …. and the sum of $1000 dollars in money…
… Item 2d … unto Mary Foy wife of — Foy (formerly Mary Powers) the following negro slaves to wit Martha, Rosanna, Serina and Madison … and the sum of $1000 dollars in money … for the sole and seperate use of the said Mary Foy and not subject to the debts contract engagements or control of her present husband or any future husband she may have…
… Item 3d … unto Rebecca C Oliver (formerly the wife of George Oliver but now divorced from him) to and for her own sole and seperate use and not subject to the control debts, liabilitis, contracts, or engagement of any present or future husband she may have, the following negro slave to wit John and the sum of $600 dollars in money…
… Item 4th … unto Frances Elkins, wife of Lawrence Elkins, Ann Bird wife of Edward Bird, Louisa Bird wife of John Bird, and Henrietta Wilson daughter of James Wilson the sum of Twenty Four Hundred dollars ($2400) in money to be equally divided between them … tenants in common…
… Item 5th … unto (Frances Elkins – scratched out), John P Keller, Stephen F Keller, Thomas Keller, George Keller and Margaret Gould (children of my late brother John Adam Keller), George Paul Harrison, Harriet Bullion (late Harriet Harrison), Susan Hines (late Susan Harrison), H Kollock Harrison, Rebecca Peoples, and Mary Forrester (children of the late Col. William Harrison). the following negro slaves to wit Joe, Isaac, Friday, Winter, Simeon, Tom, Charles, Bill, Francis, Emanuel, Jim, Laurence, Jordan, Patsey, Dye, Nelly, Matilda, Sally, Polly, Emma, Julia, Jacob, Lauretta and Young Patsey … subject to the condition that the said Rebecca Peoples and the said Mary Forrester shall each receive her distributive share of said property mentioned in this item in money and not in kind to be paid to them by the other distributees, John P Keller, Stephen F Keller, Thomas Keller, George Keller, Margaret Gould, George Paul Harrison, Harriet Bullion, Susan Hines, H Kollock Harrison, or their heirs …
… Item 6th … unto Arzada Keller Powers my aforesaid adopted son a negro boy named Stephen about 14 years of age … with the sum of $500 dollars in money …. should he die before arriving at the age of 21 years the same shall go to and beome the property of the surviving children of his mother, Mary Powers (now Mary Foy) by his late father Milton Powers. …
… Item 7th … to General George Paul Harrison the following negro man slave, to wit a negro man slave named Dick …
… Item 8th … to Frances Elkins wife of Lawrence Elkins, Ann Bird wife of Edward Bird, Louisa Bird wife of John Bird, Henrietta Wilson, Mary Foy wife of Foy, and Rebecca C Oliver (formerly wife of George Oliver but now divorced) children of James Oliver one half of the stock of cattle of which I may die possessed…
… Item 9th … to John P Keller, Stephen F Keller, Thomas Keller, Margaret Gould, George Keller, George Paul Harrison, Rebecca Peoples, Mary Forrester, Harriet Bullion, Susan Hines and H Kollock Harrison all my remaining undividedreal estate situate lying and being in Thomas and Chatham Counties in the State of Georgia …
… Item 10th … when the propert time arrives all my lands shall be sold to the best advantage either at private or public sale …. and convert into money whatever stocks or shares of stock in any Bank or corporation of which I may die possessed and that if the same be applied with the ready money I may leave as for as they (that is the said ready money and the money arising from the sale of said Stocks and shares) will go to the payment of the legacies of money left in this my will…
… Lastly … I appoint George Paul Harrison, Stephen F Keller, Harrison Kollock Harrison, John P Keller and Edward Bird the executors of this my last will and testament…
… Signed: Paul Keller. Wit: William S Rasinger, Joseph Felt, Julian Hartridge.
1859 Aug 29 – Codicil to Paul Keller’s will – State of Georgia, Chatham County.
… I Paul Keller did on the 25th day of August 1858 … publish my last will and testament in presence of W S Basinger, Joseph Felt, and Julian Hartridge …
… I am now desirious of altering and changing a bequest and devise in said will …
… First … I revoke and annul the bequest of a slave named John in the 3d Item of said will, and I give and bequeath said slave John share and share alike to Rebecca C Oliver formerly wife of George Oliver now divorced, Frances Elkins wife of Lawrence Elkins, Ann Bird wife of Edward Bird, Louisa Bird wife of John Bird, Henrietta Wilson daughter of James Wilson
… Second … I revoke and annul so much of 8th Item of said Will as reads James Oliver (which is a mistake in said will, and insert in liew therof James Wilson)…
… Third … I give … all my stock of sheep of which I may die possessed to Frances Elkins wife of Lawrence Elkins, Ann Bird wife of Edward Bird, Louisa Bird wife of John Bird, Henrietta Wilson daughter of James Wilson and Rebecca C Oliver formerly wife of George Oliver but now divorced…. Signed: Paul Keller. Wit: William H Shearouse, George W Ulmer, William H H Bartley.
1859 Oct 3 … Julian Hartridge a subscribing witness to the annexed instrument … of Paul Keller late of Chatham County deceased … Paul Keller … of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding… Signed: Julian Hartridge.
1859 Oct 3 … John P Keller do solemnly swear …. this writing contains the true last will of the within named Paul Keller deceased… well and truly execute the same … John P Keller.
1859 Oct 3 … George W Ulmer a subscribing witness to the annexed instrument of writing purporting to be a codicil to the last will and testament of Paul Keller late of Chatham County deceased …. saith … he was present and did see the said instrument of writing duly executed by the said Paul Keller … George W Ulmer.
1859 Oct 3 … John P Keller do solemnly swear that this writing contains the true last Codicil to the last Will and Testament of Paul Keller .. well and truly execut the same…
1859 Oct 3 … George P Harrison … this writing contains the true last will and codicil of the within named Paul Keller deceased … truly execut the same … George P Harrison.
1859 Oct 5 … Mr Edward Bird and Stephen F Keller do solemnly swear that this writing contains the true last will and codicil of the within named Paul Keller …. well and truly execute the same … Edward Bird, Stephen F Keller.
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1858 Nov 25 – Julia C Harrison marries Robert J Helmly in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJX-MHG : 23 July 2019), Robert J. Helmly and Julia C. Harrison, 25 Nov 1858; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1859 Jan 20 – George P Harrison from Jane M Stevens admin bk 3S, p 66 Chatham County, Georgia
… I Jane M Stevens of Athens in the County of Clark and State of Georgia widow, and admx of … Dr. James D Stevens for and in consideration of the sum of 14,700 dollars … paid by General George P. Harrison of the County of Chatham … by virtue of an order and decree passed at Chambers on the 9th day of December 1858, by his Honor W B Fleming, Judge of the Eastern District of Georgia for the County of Liberty and exercising chancery powers, therein authorising and empowering me as admx to sell and convey the negro slaves referred to in said decree …. deliver unto the said George P Harrison the following negro slaves, 28 in number, namely, Dick, Bella, Candis, Kate, Peggy, Rachel, Richard, Siby, Nancy, Robert, August, Sandy (infant), Phillis, (little) Richard, Sineh, Grace, Phillis, Gabrael, Thomas, Susan, Toriah, Harriet, and William, constituting 7 families …
Signed: Jane M Stevens, admx. Wit: Wm S Mitchell.
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1859 Feb 1 – George P Harrison to Jane M Stevens bk 3S, p 67 Chatham County, Georgia
mortgage on slaves and Montieth tract to secure payment of debt that George P Harrison owes for purchasing 28 slaves named above from Jane M Stevens as admx of Dr James D Stevens’ estate…
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-K5LH?i=352&cat=140778

1859 March 2 – … I Eliza M Bird in consideration fo 500 dollars … paid by Joseph H Hines…. sell unto the said Joseph H Hines 2 negro slaves, to wit: Hark a boy about 13 years old, and Diana a girl about 16 years old … (this is a mortg on the slaves for a promissory note Eliza M Bird needs to pay to Joseph H Hines).
Signed: E M Bird. Wit: Rufus E Lester NP.  bk SSS, p 162 Chatham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-K5D8?i=409&cat=140778

1859 May 27 – Harris K Harrison to Robert Tutle bk SSS, p 270 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison … of the first part, and Robert Tutle … of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 860 dollars … paid by the said Robert Tutle … confirm unto the said Robert Tutle … land .. in the County of Chatham … containing 172 acres .. bounded … North by lands of L S Malone, East by lands .. Estate of Berrien, South by W C Daniels land, West by lands of George P Harrison.. Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: George J Bridges, Wm H K Bartley, NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-K59N?i=463&cat=140778

1859 May 27 – Harris K Harrison to John H Ulmer bk SSS, p 420 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison … of the first part and John H Ulmer … of the second part … H K Harrison for and in consideration of the sum of 800 dollars … by the said John H Ulmer … confirm unto the said John H Ulmer … land .. containing 101 acres … bounded on the East by lands orig belonging to said, conveyed to Robert Harrison, on the South by lands of McLeod, and Brother, on the West by lands of Dasher and lands unk, on the North by lands of the Estate of Zettler, same being part of four tracts of land conveyed by Salome Cooper by deed bearing date the 22 day of Nov 1851 to John W Brantley… Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: M S Sheftall, Wm H Bulloch, NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KPG2?i=542&cat=140778

1859 Sept 3 – Harris K Harrison fr Lewis L Eastmead SSS, p 424 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Lewis L Eastmead … of the first part, Laura Ann Ulmer .. of the second part, and Harris K Harrison … of the third partLewis L Eastmade of the first part, for and in consideration of marriage to be had … between hem … and the said Laura Ann Ulmer … agree that all moneys now in the hands of Harris K Harrison as guardian for the said Laura Ann Ulmer amounting to 800 or 900 dollars … inherited by her from any one, shall form and remain to be her seperate property …
Signed: Lewis L Eastmead, Laura A Ulmer, H K Harrison. Wit: Henry W Eastmead, John H Ulmer, Wm H H Bartley NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KPFL?i=544&cat=140778

1860 Feb – Harris K Harrison to Heri Vis Counte bk TTT, p 80 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison as party of the first part, and Henri Viconte de Dampierre and Elizabeth T (born Corbin) Vicomtesse de Dampierre as parties of the second … parties of the second part have … sold unto the said party of the first part 3 certain negro slaves, to wit Abraham Bluff aged about 38, Molly aged about 38 years, Henney aged about 18 years … part of the consideration of such sale … was an undertaking on the part of the party of the first part … to pay over to said parties of the second part 2 several installments of 710 dollars … promissory notes dated at Savannah on the 18th day of Feb 1860 … party of the first part … promised to payto the order of George P Harrison …. sum of 710 dollars ..Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: Alex Fawcett, Henry Bryan NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-2SNF-F?i=47&cat=140778

1860 March 5 – Robert Harrison. bk 4, p. 260. Effingham County, Georgia
…upon the application of Robert Harrison for letter of guardianshipon the person and property of Susan Ann Horning, minor, and orphan child of John Horning decd, it appearing to the Court that Citation has issued and been published … no objection … it is ordered that lettersof guardianship issue to him …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7KTC?i=299&cat=168549

1860 April 21 – George P Harrison to Wm H H Bartley bk TTT, p 211 Chatham County, Georgia
…received from William H H Bartley 150 dollars being full for the purchase of one negro slave named Peter aged about 60 years…. Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: William H Bullock, NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-2SND-M?i=115&cat=140778

1860 Dec 12 – Josephine H Elkins marries William L Hardison in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJ6-12W : 23 July 2019), William L. Hardison and Josephine H. Elkins, 12 Dec 1860; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1861 March 5 – George Harrison and etal exr Keller to Robt A Marlow etal bk UUU, p 189 Chatham County, Georgia
… between John P Keller, George P Harrison, Stephen F Keller, Harris K Harrison and Edward Bird, executors of the last will and testament of Paul Keller late deceased of the first part, and Robert A Marlow and Maria Ann Ganahl of the County of Effingham and State aforesaid of the second part … by the will of the said Paul Keller it was amongst other things provided that when the proper time arrived all his lands should be sold to the best advantage either at private or public sale … parties of the first part, executors … have determined that such proper time has arrived .. the sale of the said lands hereinafter conveyed is the best that can be made for the advantage of said Estate … in consideration of the sum of 8688 dollars by the parties of the second part …. confirm unto the parties of the second part … land situate lying and being on the waters of Pipe Makers Creek and Black Bay in the County of Chatham … containing 2896 acres … bounded on the North by lands belonging to the Estate of the said Paul Keller, on the East by lands of James Potter, Hayward Gibbons and James M Butler, South by lands of James Skinner, SW by lands of James Clary and West by lands of Thomas E Lloyd, Benjamin Douglass, and Francis M Stone … Plot of the landed estate of the said Paul Keller executed by G P Harrison Jr on the 30th day of January 1860 ….
Signed: John P Keller, George P Harrison, Stephen F Keller, H K Harrison, Eward Bird. Wit: Charles J Williamson, Isaac W Avery NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-2SNP-T?i=437&cat=140778

1862 Jan 18 – John Harrison marries Sarah Anderson in Chatham County, Georgia
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJ6-1YJ : 23 July 2019), John Harrison and Sarah Anderson, 18 Jan 1862; citing Marriage, Chatham, Georgia, United States, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Morrow, FHL microfilm 183,856.

1862 Aug 9 – H K Harrison etal admin to Noah K Boanum bk VVV, p 25 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison and Julia Jencks admin and adminx of all and singlular the lands and tenements … of Ebenezer Jencks late of said County decd of the first part, and Noah K Barnum of the second part …. a decree in Chambers in Chatham Superior ourt on the 31 day of July 1862 in a suit in Equity in which Obediah J Jencks and Almira F Jencks by her next friend Obediah J Jencks were complainants and said Harris K Harrison and Julia Jencks admin and admx … were defendants … make sale of the portion of the estate of the said Ebenezer Jencks …. of the sum of 8000 dollars … by the said Noah K Barnum … land situate … in the City of Savannah … as the Eastern half of Lot number 39 Brown Ward containing 30 feet front on Perry Street and 90 feet … in depth bounded on the North by Perry Street, on the West by the West half of said lot number 39, on the South by a lane and on the East by lot number 40 ….
Signed: H K Harrison, Julia Jencks, adm and admx. Wit: J R Lansey, Jno OFerrill NP.
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1862 Sept 1 – Harris K Harrison to George P Harrison bk VVV, p 78 Chatham County, Georgia
… betw Harris K Harrison of the first part and George P Harrison of the second part … in consideration of 4000 dollars paid to him … convey unto the said George P Harrison … land … on Augustaus Creek, containing 150 acres … bounded North by Z C Dotson land and the Mounteeth Road, East and South by George P Harrison land and West by George P Harrison and Z C Dotson land…. the old homestead tract of Col William Harrison late of Chatham County, except the lot of about 7 acres that is now in cultivation by Harris K Harrison on the West of his corner and North of the Mounteeth Road … portion of woodland lying due North of said lot… other tract lying part in Chatham and part in Effingham… upon the waters of Black Creek, known as Laurel Hill and once the property and residence of Charles Ulmer late of Chatham County decd … bounded … North by G Dashers land, East by Dasher, McLeod, Fenklin, and two A Kellers land, on the South by George P Harrison land, West by George A Keller and Daniel Zetlers lands containing 760 acres
Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: C H Williams, Jno M B Lovell NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSGH-4?i=70&cat=140778

1862 Nov 9 – H K Harrison admin to Henry Meinhood and Bro bk 3Y, p 270 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison admr on the Estate of Ebenezer Jencks decd of the first part and Henry and Isaac Meinhard merchants and copartners doing business in the City of Savannah under the firm name of Henry Meinhard and Bro. of the second part … by virtue of an order granted by the Court of Ordinary of the County of Chatham … on the 1s Tues in Jan 1861 to said Harris K Harrison admin … to sell the lands belonging to the Est of Ebenezer Jencks decd …. the lots or tracts of land … to the highest bidder at the Court House at Savannah … party of the second part for the sum of 810 dollars beingthe highest and best bidders … land situate in the County of Chatham … belonging to the Est of Ebenezer Jencks … containing … 240 acres and bounded on the North by lands of Sweat and Cook onthe East by lands of Skinner and Oliver on the South by lands of Oliver and on the West by lands of Sweat … said tract beinga third part of a tract of land formerly owned by Josiah Fox …
Signed: H K Harrison, admr Estate E. Jencks. Wit: H Kurzburg, George W Westly,NP.
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1863 Jan 20 – George E Harrison to marriage and Settlement bk VVV, p 242 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Gulielma C Gordon of the City of Savannah … of the first part, and George E Harrison of the County of Prince George and State of Virginia of the second part … and George A Gordon of the City of Savannah … of the third part … whereas a marriage is intended … between the said Gulielma C Gordon and the said George E Harrison … whereas the said Gulielma C Gordon is entitled in her own right to certain estate … 1 share of the capital stock of the Central Rail Road and Banking Company of Georgai … 1 share of the Capital Stock of the Bank of Commerce … 2 shares of the Capital stock of the Savannah Gas Light Company … interest in remainder under the last will of her father William W Gordon… an interest under the marriage settlement of her father and mother, William W and Sarah A Gordon… (property sold in trust to George A Gordon as trustee for Gulielma C Gordon – to protect her premarriage assets). Signed: Gulielma C Gordon, George E Harrison, George A Gordon. Wit: E C Stiles, E K Gordon, W S Chisholm, NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSGM-R?i=156&cat=140778

1864 Mar 7 – The accounts of George A Keller, admr of Sarah Keller, examined and passed. Balance in his hands $376.40. bk 4, p 340. Effingham County, Georgia
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3H3-7K21?i=348&cat=168549

1866 March 14 – H K Harrison to Narcisse Munnier bk 3Y, p 219 Chatham County, Georgia
… between H K Harrison of the State of Georgia and County of Chatham of the one part and Narcisse Munier of the County of Effingham and State of Georgia of the other part… in consideration of 1000 dollars … convey unto the said Narcisse Munier … land situate .. on the Monteith Road 12 miles from Savannah containing 125 acres …. bounded on the North by H A Blair, East by H A Blair, South by G P Harrison, and West by Z C Dotson and G P Harrison ….
Signed: H K Harrison. Wit: S F Keller, M Amis Keller.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-LNY3?i=154&cat=140778

1868 Oct 2 – Robert Harrison fr P S Zipperer bk V, p 278 (1862-1872) Effingham Co, Georgia
… between P S Zipperer … of the one part and Robert Harrison … of the other part … P S Zipperer for and in consideration of the sum of 225 dollars … paid by the said Robert Harrison… conveyed unto the said Robert Harrison …. land containing 125 acres bounded SE by P S Zipperer, NE by Exley and Keller, and NW by said Harrison and John Exley… Signed: P S Zipperer. Wit: R. Youwt, Philip M Ulmer.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-1LB?i=353&cat=166933

1872 Dec 3 – Robert Harrison est by adm, to Joseph Hester bk W, p 66 (1872-1883) Effingham Co, Georgia
… I Robert J Helmley … admin of the Est … of Robert Harrison late of Effingham County deceased .. by .. order of the Court of Ordinary of Effingham County… sell at public outcry .. before the Court House door at Springfield in the County of Effingham .. the real estate … to Joseph Hester of the County of Effingham he being the highest and best bidder at the price of 263 dollars …
… I the said Robert Helmley as admin … sell … unto the said Joseph Hester the following described real estate, to wit: one tract of land containing 100 acres bounded south by Dotson, E by Keller, and N by P S Zipperer, one other tract containing 125 acres … bounded by the lands of Widow Harrison north, George Keller East, and Joseph Helmley on the West, both tracts sold… Signed: Robert J Helmley as admin of Robert Harrison decd. Wit: R Trout, Amos F Rahn, ordinary E C.
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Harrison Info: Chatham Co, Ga deed recs: 1784-1837 Index:

Francis Harrison fr James Palmer bk ZZ, p 526 (or 506). (1839-1842): https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/140778?availability=Family%20History%20Library ).

1862 Nov 9 – Harris K Harrison admin to Joseph Hersbock bk 3V, p 284 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison … admr of the Estate of Ebenezer Jencks late of said County and State decd of the first part, and Joseph Herschback of the same place of the second part … by virtue of an order granted by the Court of Ordinary of said County …. to sell the lands belonging to the Estate of the said Ebenezer Jenckes, decd, …. in the County aforesaid … land … knocked off to said party of the second part … at the price or sum of 1560 dollars, he being the highest and best bidder…. convey unto Joseph Hersbock …. land … in the County of Chatham … about 2 miles from the City of Savannah upon the Augusta Road containing 13 acres … bounded .. N by the Augusta Road; S by the track of the Central Rail Road; E by lot number 4 … and W by lot number 2 … said lot being known and designated by lot number 3 upon a map made by said John B Hogg, surveyor … on Sept 10, 1862… Signed: H K Harrison, admr Estate of E. Jenckes. Wit: L L Hover, Julian Hartridge NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSLR-R?i=179&cat=140778

1863 April 17 – George P Harrison to Martin Wendelten bk 3V, p 332 Chatham County, Georgia
… between George P Harrison … of the first part and Martin Wendelken … of the second part … in consideration of 850 dollars … convey unto the said Martin Weldenkin … land lying in Chatham County on the Augusta Road about 11 and a half miles from Savannah and known as the place settled by Charles Waldhour containing 100 acres … Signed: George P Harrison. Wit: John E. Ward, George W Wylly NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSLR-3?i=204&cat=140778

1863 May 11 – H K Harrison admin and E Jenkes to Edward Lovell, bk 3V, p 511 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Harris K Harrison admr of the Estate of Ebenezer Jenckes decd late of the County of Chatham …. of the one part, and Edward Lovell … of the other part … by virtue of an order by the Honourable Ordinary of Chatham County … to sell 11 and 1/2 acres of land 1 and 1/2 miles from the City of Savannah on the Louisville Road …. belonging to the Esatate of said Ebenezer Jenckes decd… land was knocked off to Edward Lovell at and for the price of 2357 dollars and 50 cents being the highest and best bid … sell unto the said Edward Lovell .. the said lot of land … Signed: H K Harrison admr of Estate of E Jenckes. Wit: Isaac Meinhard, George W Wylly, NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSLL-X?i=297&cat=140778

1863 May 15 – Harris K Harrison fr M H Williams etal bk 3V, p 412 Chatham County, Georgia  (Mortgage  to guarantee payment to H K Harrison)
Harris K Harrison fr George Chavous etal, bk 3V, p 412 Chatham County, Georgia
… between Mortimer H William s … and George Chavous of Richmond County, Georgia parties of the first part, and Harris K Harrison of the County of Chatham and State of Georgia of the second part … Mortimer H Williams and George Chavous in order to secure the payment of a certain promissory note …. convey unto the said Harris K Harrison … land … in the County of Chatham … containing 1060 acres and commonly called and known as Rice Hope Plantation … bounded N by land of William H Cuyler, S by lands of Samuel N Passot and Estate of John L Montmollin, on the E by the Savannah River and on the W by lands of John Ulmer, Godliss Dasher, and Christian Wisenbaker … the same body of land which the said Harris K Harrison has this day granted and conveyed to the said Mortimer H Williams and George Chavousalso the following named and described negro slaves… Abram, brown color aged about 40 and his wife Molly brown aged about 40, Hetty brown aged 19 years, David black aged 40 and his wife Kate black aged about 45, George black aged 48, Cuffy black aged 40, Sally mulatto 45 years, Mack yellow 20 years, Fortune brown aged 18 years, Jane brown aged 14 years, Alice brown aged 11, Hannah brown aged 30 years, Daphne yellow aged 10 years, Sallie black aged 60 years, Hannah brown aged 28, Betsey brown aged 15, Mary brown aged 13, Emma brown aged 11, Abram brown aged 9 years, Laura brown aged 7, Anna brown aged 6, and Levi brown aged 3 …. Should the said Mortimer H Williams and George Chavous … pay according to the promissory note … then this deed of mortgage shall be null and void. Signed: M H Williams, George Chavous. Wits: M B Millen, George W Wylly NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSLG-B?i=245&cat=140778

1863 July 7 – Harris K Harrison etal to Charles AL Lawson, bk 3W, p 251  Chatham County, Georgia  … between Julia Jenckes and Harris Kollock Harrison of said County of Chatham, administratrix and admr of the Estate of Ebenezer Jenckes late of Chatham County, decd of the first part and Charles A L Lamar also of said County of Chatham of the second part … on the application of the said Julia Jenckes and Harris Kollock Harrison, admx and admr as aforesaid, and order was passed by the Court of Ordinary of Chatham County in the Term of May 1861 … to sell all of the real estate of the Estate of said Ebenezer Jenckes decd …. said tract of land was knocked off to said Charles A L Lamar, for the price or sum of $11,983.12 that being the highest and best bid …. confirm unto the said Charles A L Lamar … land situate … in the said County of Chatham S of the Race Track and bounded … on the N by the Louisville Road, E by lands of Edward Lovell, S by the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal, and W by lands of Pittman … the line on the Louisville Road being 2970 feet in length and the W line 858 feet in length and the S line 2145 feet in length … containing 57 and 1/16 acres … Signed: Julia Jenckes admx of E Jenckes, H K Harrison admr of E Jenckes. Wit: C H Williams, John M B Lovell NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSG1-S?i=465&cat=140778

1865 Nov – Harris K Harrison admin to F W Rose bk 3V, p 255 Chatham County, Georgia … between Harris K Harrison, admr of the Est of Ebenezer Jencks, late of said County and State decd, and F W Rose of the second part … order granted by the Court of Ordinary of Chatham County … sell the lands belonging to the Estate of the said Ebenezer Jecks decd … to the highest bidder … land was knocked off to said F W Rose, party of the second part, for the sum of 1560 dollars, he being the highest and best bidder … convey unto the said F W Rose … land … in Chatham County … upon the Augusta Road about 2 miles from the City of Savannah and known and designated upon a map of survey made by John B Hogg, surveyor of the City of Savannah, of certain lots belonging to the estate of Ebenezer Jencks decd as lot number 2, containing … 13 acres and bounded N by the Augusta Road, S by the tract of the Central Rail Road, E by lot number 3, on said map, and W by lot number 1 on said map and lands of the Race Course … Signed: H K Harrison, admr Estate of E. Jenckes. Wits: L L Hover, Julian Harbridge NP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-RSGM-G?i=163&cat=140778

George P Harrison to Hugh A Blair bk 3W, p 487  Chatham County, Georgia

George P Harrison to Sal Cohen, bk 3X, p 368  Chatham County, Georgia

George P Harrison to John E Ward bk 3X, p 446  Chatham County, Georgia

George P Harrison fr R M Cuyler exor bk 3X, p 158  Chatham County, Georgia

John Harrison to Wm Kingmore bk 3Y, p 398  Chatham County, Georgia

George P Harrison to George F Crabelmor decd bk 3Y, p. 413  Chatham County, Georgia

George P Harrison fro George F Crabtree and S McLoon bk 3Y, p 325  Chatham County, Georgia

John Harrison fr John M B Lovell bk 3Y, p 396  Chatham County, Georgia

 

 

Mary Harrison etal, to Ephriam Seckinger bk X, p 38 (1872-1883)  Effingham Co, Georgia

John Harrison fr O A Toole bk X, p 352 (1872-1883)  Effingham Co, Georgia

John Harrison to HH and PA Porter bk X, p 493 (1872-1883)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison fr H L Fahnback bk Y, p 424 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

John Harrison fr T W Lanier bk Y, p 502 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Sarah R Harrison and O T Harrison to W B Myers bk Y, p 448 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

S R Harrison to J G Clark bk Y, p 520 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison to Sarah R Harrison bk Y, p 521 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison fr Sarah Clark etal bk Y, p 659 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison fr D H Clark bk Y, p 659 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison fr J G Clark etal bk Y, p 659-661 (1883-1886)  Effingham Co, Georgia

D T Harrison to J C Thompson bk Z, p 77 (1886-1887)  Effingham Co, Georgia

J A Harrison to Darnall and Susong bk Z, p 434 (1886-1887)  Effingham Co, Georgia

John Harrison by ex to B J Cubbedge bk 4, p 120 (1889-1891)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Emma Harrison etal to Joseph Hines bk 7, p 281 (1893-1896)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Emma Harrison fr Richard Williams bk 9, p 68 (1896-1899)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Emma Harrison etal fr Joseph Hines bk 9, p 124 (1896-1899)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Emma Harrison by sheriff to H E Archer bk 9, p 180 (1896-1899)  Effingham Co, Georgia

J S Harrison by sheriff to J T Helmey bk 12, p 599 (1899-1901)  Effingham Co, Georgia

Florence M Harrison fr J I Helmey bk 14, p 514 (1902-1903)  Effingham Co, Georgia

 

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BULLARD Fam Info: 

Needham Bullard info (married Harriett Louisa Harrison):  (Note: Uncle Bullard is mentioned in George Cohen Harrison’s memoir as one of the places Harris Kollock Harrison and family stayed as they fled Sherman’s march from Atlanta to Savannah).

1872 April 25 (will written) Jan 7, 1878 (will probated) – Burke County, Georgia … I Needham Bullard of said State and County do make this my last will and testament
… unto my wife Harriet L. for and during the term of her natural life, my homestead that is to … my dwelling house, with all land surrounding and contiguous thereon, by which I mean all lands lying on the North side of the public road …. as the Louisville and Savannah Road supposed to contain some 1400 acres more or less (said life estate to be charged with the encumbrances herein after specified), and at the death of my said wife to go to and vest absolutely in my two children by my said wife, to wit William Henry and Leila F...the limitations and encumbrances upon said life estate are as follows . to wit . during the life of my wife, I will and direct that my dwelling house shall be a home for all my children as long as they remain single and unmarried. By all my children mean, not only the two named above, but also my … eldest children, enerill? (not sure?), Mary E, and Ella E (now Mrs Palmer) hopeing that they may live together agreeably as if I even in life, I also will and direct that from the income rent and profits of said life estate, my wife shall support, maintain, and educate my two first named children to wit William Henry and Lelia F.
I wish it understood that in the 1400 acres above mentioned, I do not mean to embrace the Hall Place lying on the South side of said Louisville and Savannah Road, containing some 220 acres, which I design to give by deed to my daughter Ella E Palmer. There being a ditch now cut from said Hall Place and running through a portion of the said 1400 acres, I will and direct that the said life estate of my wife, and Estate in remainder … minor children shall bem charged with the further incum … allowing Ella E. to have the right, privilege and easement of deepening, widening and keeping open perpetually said ditch across said 1400 acre tract, for the purpose of the better drainage of her lands.
… I give …. unto my daughter Mary E and Ella E my plantation and premises, known as the “Old Eighty Mile Station Place” in said County of Burke, in the fork of Buck Head Creek and Ogeechee River, containing in all, some 1779 acres … to be divided between them as follows … 1000 acres shall be cut from the West End thereof (I mean the end next to the lands of Charles E Niebet and James H Daniels) by a line running on near North and South as practicable… shall belong to and be the share of my daughter Mary E., the balance of said place containing 779 acres … on the East end to belong to and be the share of my daughter Ella E… I also … devise unto my said daughters Mary E. and Ella E my lands in the County of Emanuel, containing 1056 acres more or less on Jacks Creek and known as the Dick Edenfield Place, to be equally divided between them … I also …. devise unto my said daughters Mary E and Ella E, all of my other lands being ? of said County of Burke …. to be equally divided between them … I also give and bequeath unto my said daughters Mary E and Ella two promisory notes, I hold against Charles McCullough of Emannuel County … for the sum of $1000 dollars dated Nov 11, 1871 one due Jan 1 1873, and the other due Jan 1 1874. The one first due belong to my daughter Mary E., and the one last due to belong to my daughter Ella E.
… My household and kitchen furniture, including silver ware, etc, I devise and direct shall (if practicable) be divided equally by common consent between my wife and all my said children each taking such as they may respectively select and desire, and as consenting to each other for any excess in valuation each may get over and above the others. Should it be found impracticable … then and in that event, I will and direct that the same together with my other perishable property shall be sold at public outcry …. and the net proceeds of said sale to be equally divided between my said wife and all of my said children, to wit, Mary E, Ella E, William Henry, and Lela F.
… devise unto my friends Robert A Murphy and Thomas Jones in trust for the sole and separate use and benefit of my said daughters for and during the term of their natural lives free from the debt contracts or liabilitys of any present or future husband, and at their death to vest absolutely in fee simple in such child or children as they may respectively have living at the time of their death. Said trustees (or their successor) to have full power to sell and reinvest or change the investment of any or all of said trust property without an order of a Court of Chancery, by and with the written consent of said … trusts. And upon the death or resignation of a trustee said certain … trusts shall have power to nominate and appoint by deed of appointment, a new trustee, without an order of Court, and should it become deisreable to use any part of the corpus of said trust estate for the improvement thereof or for the more comfortable support of said … trusts, the said trustee or their successors shall have power and authority to allow the corpus thus to be used, upon the written application and consent of said … trusts.
… appoint my wife Harriet L guardian of the persons, and my friend John J. Jones of said county, guardian of the property of my two children William Henry and Lela F.
… I nominate … my friend James K. Hines of Washington County, Georgia, and Robert A. Murphy and John J Jones of said County of Burke executors of this my last will and testament.
… I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ella E. Palmer my cold watch personlly worn by me.
Signed: Needham Bullard. Wit: Stephen A Corker, R D Lositt, Herman H Perry.
… Jan 3, 1878 … Having been named executor in the last will… of Needham Bullard, late deceased of said County of Burke, Georgia, I do hereby decline to qualify as such executor and do now formally renounce my right to qualify … Signed: James K Hines.
… Having been named an executor in the last will and testament of Needham Bullard deceased of Burke County, Georgia, … hereby refuse to qualify as executor of said will and do now in open court … renounce right to qualify … Signed: John J. Jones, Robert A Murphy.
… Jan 7, 1878 … the will was proved up in court by Stephen A Corker, Herman H Perry, and Robert O Lovett.
Burke County, Georgia wills, 1856-1931. p. 420.
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005761732_00262?pid=111401&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8635%26h%3D111401%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DkUu6991%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu6991&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&_ga=2.243549568.42651783.1563748336-449241466.1558399711

(Note: James K. Hines is James Kollock Hines, son of Joseph Hines and Susan Elizabeth Harrison – sister of Harriet Louisa Harrison Bullard, wife of Needham Bullard).

(Note: Needham Bullard’s first wife was Elizabeth Ann Murphey.  Robert A. Murphey listed in will as an executor was her cousin – son of Alexander Murphey)

Burke Co, Ga – fire in 1825 destroyed records in courthouse

1814 Sept 14 – Henry Bullard 100 acres bound NW by Davilda Belcher and Richd Warren, NE by Zachariah Cowart, SE by Wyley Belcher, and SW by Ezekiel Jermany, Chain carriers: James Hancock, Tharpe Hale. Record Book XX, pg 310. Survey in Bk K, folio 211. Burke County, Ga
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/looseplats/id/5481

Deeds: 1844-1925

Grantor Index Bs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-J942-X?i=14&cat=227528

Grantee Index Bs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C331-WN8M?i=139&cat=227528

1844 June 13 – bk. 9 and 1/2. p. 140-141 – Miles Smith mortg to Needham Bullard. Burke Co, Ga
Georgia, Burke County … I Smith Melbourn Miles of the County and State aforesaid for and in consideration of 5 dollars cash … securing the payment of a certain promissory note which the said Smith Melbourn hath this day made and delivered to Needham Bullard … to become due on the 1st day of January next … the said Smith Melbourn Miles promises said Needham Bullard or bearer $75 dollars … sold to the said Needham Bullard the following … one black horse aged about 9 years, one sulky and harness, on sorrel horse aged about 9 years, one pair of Brass andisous and fenders, one mahogany work stand (continues lissting furniture, etc) … to him the said Needham Bullard … provided nevertheless that if the said Smith Melbourn Miles … truly pay … said Needham Bullard … $75 dollars … to be void …Signed: Smith Melbourn Miles. Wit: D. Collins, Anderson Lambert JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q2-R9G6-G?i=103&cat=227528

1853 Jan 1 – Needham Bullard from William Jones bk 11, p 234 Burke Co, Ga
…between William Jones of the County and State aforesaid of the one part and Needham Bullard of the same place of the other part … William Jones for and in consideration of the sum of $4138 dollars … sell unto the said Needham Bullard … land situate … in the County of Burke …. containing 531 acres … by said William Jones’ land and Buckhead Creek on the S by Henry P Jones land, on the W by JHT Kilpatrick or F I Carswell’s land, on the N by said Needham Bullard’s land the Spring Branch being the original line between said William Jones and Bullard… Signed: William Jones. Wit: R A Murphey, J W Carswell.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q2-L3Y8-L?i=150&cat=227528

1855 Nov 15 – Needham Bullard from James Grubbs bk 12, p 210 Burke Co, Ga
… between James Grubbs … and Needham Bullard …of the other part… James Grubbs for and in consideration of the sum of $2325 dollars … sold unto the said Needham Ballard …. land situate … adjoining lands of Jeremiah L Inman, Uriah Nosworthy, and others containing 465 acres … the place known as the Grubbs Mill place on the Baker Branch … Signed: James Grubbs. Wit: M D Jones, E Palmer.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q2-GSCR-M?i=122&cat=227528

1853 Jan 1 – N Bullard from Wm Jones bk 12, p 224 Burke Co, Ga
… between William Jones of the County and State aforesaid of the one part, and Needham Bullard of the same place of the other part … William Jones … in consideration of the sum of $3990 dollars … sell unto the said Needham Bullard … 591 acres … of the original Simeon Lawry tract a plat of which is hereunto attached … bounded … South by the said William Jones, SW by JT Jones and JT Caswell. E by Buck Head Creek and N by said Bullard’s land... Signed: William Jones. Wit: J.M. Reynolds, JM Berriew.
(Note: survey drawing is at bottom of page).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q2-GS8P-R?i=129&cat=227528

1860 Jul 10 – Needham Bullard from A H Anderson by exor bk A, p. 101 Burke Co, Ga
… whereas by virtue of a decree of the Honorable the Superior Court of the County of Burke … at the November Term thereof in the year of our Lord 1855 … requiring Moses Green executor of Augustine H Anderson, late of said county deceased to sell all the lands of said deceased lying in the County of Burke aforesaid, and the said Moses P Green as executor … after public notice … consent of Thomas Moore Berrien and the late Andrew J Miller solicitors appointed in said decree for the purpose of aiding in the execution of the same did expose the tract of land hereinafter described to public sale at number 83 mile post on the Central Rail Road in said County on the 12th day of February 1856 … bid in for the estate of said Augustine H Anderson decd of the sum of 3 dollars per acre, and at the May term of said Superior Court 1856 Charles J Jenkins …. nominated a coadvising solicitor … public outcry before the Court House door in the county aforesaid on the 1st Tuesday in March 1860 … 6th day of the month… tract was knocked to Needham Bullard of said State and County he being there and there the highest bidder for the sum of $8500 dollars … confirm unto the said Needham Bullard … land situate … in the said County of Burke on the Ogeechee River and Buckhead Creek and at the junction thereof containing 1779 and 8/100 acres … bounded by said Ogeechee River and Buckhead Creek, lands now owned by Charles E Nisbet, Matthew Allmond, and the said Moses P. Green… to have the land (exept the right and title of the said Central Rail Road to the right of way through said land) unto himself the said Needham Bullard … Signed: Moses P Green, exr. Wit: John R Sturges, Thomas A Ward JP.
(Drawing of survey is on opposite facing page)…
p. 103. (Deed immediately after involves Needham Bullard and others with land for a Methodist Church and school).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-W3ZM-7?i=82&cat=227528

1864 Dec 21-22 – Needham Bullard bk E, p 542, 543.
…List of property taken carried away and desroyed by Sherman’s Army Genl Jeff C Davis, Carlin Williams and others commmanding the 14th and 20th …on the 21st and 22d of Dec 1864 on their march from Atlanta to the Coast from the Plantation of Needham Bullard... Filed on April 3, 1871.
Included were: 18 heads of mules, 4 horses, 60 cattle, 265 hots, 18 sheep, 12,000 lbs of salt pork, 1200 lbs of bacon, poultry of all kinds, 4500 bu of new corn burned, 27,000 lbs of fodder, 800 bu of potatoes, 50 bu wheat, 35 bu Hives, 5 bbls of flour, 1 and 1/2 bbls of sugar, 2 and 1/2 bbls of cane syrup, 700 lbs of lard, 5 bus of salt, 1 fine new carriage and harness, 1 single buggy and harness, 1 double buggy and harness, 1 good road wagon, 2 sets of wagon harness, good and new, 3 saddles and bridles, 20 prs of trace chains, plantation tools ofall kinds including axes and hoes, carpenters tools, cooking utinsils, tin ware, crockery and glass ware, entire wardrobe of family, beds and bed clothing, table linnen, silver plate, cups, and jewelry, books, sides of leather, shoe thread, and brads, cotton, 3 bushels carpets, 2 trunks, 3 work boxes, barrels, boxes desroyed, jars, knives, forks, spoons, day measures, 3 corn shellers, oat knifes and boxes, sheep sheares pad locks and keys, blacksmith tools, bellows screws plates, and hammers, overseers house burnt valued at 2500, overseers house contained 100 bales of cotton each bale over aging 500 lbs making 50,000lbs making $25,000 in gold, overseers kitchen burned, 15,000 bales of cotton valued at 7500, Gin house with 65 blaes of cotton, bullock press burned, cotton seed house with 6000 bu of cotton seed making $1200 for the seed, the cotton seed house, one large barn burnt 40×60 hi-roof worth 1500, with 1500 bush of old corn in the barn workt 2250, six small logs stables burned, 3 miles of fence burned … Signed: Needham Bullard.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QQ-TSTQ-J?i=315&cat=227528

1872 May 2 – Needham Bullard to Ella E. Palmer, in trust, bk F, p 345-6. Burke Co, Ga
… I Needham Bullard … in consideration of the sum of 10 dollars … in consideration of the love and affection I have and bear unto my daughter Ella E Palmer do … convey unto Robert A Murphy and Thos Jones in trust for the sole and separate use and benefit of my daughter Ella E Palmer for and during the term of her natural life free from the debts, liabilities and contracts of her present or any future husband … at her death to go to any child or children she may have … land … in said County of Burke containing 220 acres … adj land of said Needham Bullard, the Est of Wm Jones, James V Jones and others … known as the Hall Place …. I do hereby appoint the said Robert A Murphy and Thomas Jones trustees to carry out this trust… this conveyance and gift is also made upon the further understatnding that while the title is to pass from the date of this deed, yet no possession of the bargained premises is to be given until the 1st day of Jan 1873… Signed: Needham Bullard. Wit: James Rounhe, L R Green, L H Taylor, Hariet L Bullard, M Eugenia Bullard. (Drawing on p. 346 of survey).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-7SCL-1?i=207&cat=227528

1878 March 7 – W H Bullard to S A Gray bk H, p 529 Burke Co, Ga
… between William H Bullard of the first part and Simeon A Gray of the second part … in consideration of the sum of $700 dollars … confirm unto the said Simeon A Gray … my undivided interest in 1800 acres land … adj land of Frank Carswell, William J Randle and others known as the Buckhead Place of Needham Bullard decd… Signed: W H Bullard. Wit: Thomas Quincy, Julian L Fulcher.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-99QP-P?i=306&cat=227528

1879 Nov 22 – Needham Bullard admr of from M E Henderson trustee of bk R, p. 455. Burke Co, Ga
William H R Bullard and Charles M Carswell admin with the will annexed of Needham Bullard late decd of said county the following real estate given bequeathed and devised in the 3d item of the last will … unto my wife Mary E Henderson to wit the full portion of the old “Eighty Mile Station Place” to wit 1000 acres given bequeathed and devised in trust to my said wife … my wifes undived half interest in a certain tract of land lying in the County of Emanuel State of Georgia … 1056 acres … on Jacks Creek known as the Dick Eddenfield Place … all scattered lots of land lying out of the County of Burke … my wife’s undivided half inters in and to a certain tract of land lying … in the County of Emmanuel … and note of the 1000 dollars … jointly with Ms Ella E Salter and subject to division in between my said wife and the said Mrs Salter... Signed: W L H Henderson trustee of wife M E Henderson. Wit: Howard E W Possun?, H P Lamneth, John J Jones.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-M99H-8?i=269&cat=227528

1881 Jan 27 – W H Bullard to S A Gray bk K, p 658-9 Burke Co, Ga
… between William H Bullard … of the first part and Simeon A Gray … of the second part …. in consideration of the sum of $2100 and 32/100 … convey … land … containing 1400 acres ... adj lands of W J Randle, J F Carswell, and others … on the waters of Buck Head Creek … known as the Needham Bullard homestead … Signed: W H Bullard. Wit: Howard E W Palmer, John A Barnes.
pg. 660 – William H Bullard conveys to Simeon A Gray 2 bay horses, 5 mules, 2 mouse coloured mules, 1 black mule, 1 grey mule, 1 grey mule … Signed: W H Bullard. Wits: Thomas Quinney, Howard E W Palmer.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-SKMV?i=371&cat=227528

1883 May 21 – W H Bullard to Planters Loan and Savings Bank bk N, p 358-9 Burke Co, Ga
… between William H Bullard of said county and State, being temperarily in the City of Augusta of the first part, and The Planters Loan and Saving Bank, a corperation existing under the laws of Georgia, of the County of Richmond … of the second part. in consideration of the sum of 1607 and 61/100 dollars to him in hand paid … assign all my one half undivided interest right and title to and in all that tract of land situated and being in the County of Burke… containing 1400 acres … on the North side of the public road known as the Louisville and Savannah Road bounded N by lands of W J Randall, E by Buckshead Creek, S by lands of Widow Walker, West by lands of F J Carswell… Signed: W H Bullard. Wit: E J McCarty, Charles Z McCardy.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KSYG-C?i=222&cat=227528

1883 Oct 18 – Wm H Bullard from S A Gray bk N, p 538 Burke Co, Ga
… between Simeon A Gray … ofthe first part and William H Bullard …. of the second part… in consideration of the fact that he holds a deed from said party of the second part for the land hereinafter described … confirm unto second part … interest of the said William H Bullard in and to all that tract or parcel of land … containing 1400 acres … the Needham Bullard Homestead Place … of the last will and testament of Needham Bullard his father … half interest in remainder therein after the death of Mrs Hariet L Bullard widow of said decd … conveyed by the said William H Bullard unto said Simeon A Gray by deed dated Jan 27, 1881 … Signed: S A Gray. Wit: T D Oliver, T J McElmurray.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KS1Y-Y?i=314&cat=227528

1883 Dec 4 – W H Bullard by sheriff to Planters Loan and Savings Bank bk N, p 604-607 Burke Co, Ga
(foreclosures on property of W H Bullard to satisfy debts/judgments)…
… to … Sheriff … lands and tenements of W H Bullard …. sum of 1957 and 99/100 dollars for principal debt … which Simeon A Gray on 25th day of Nov 1881 … recovered against said W H Bullard...
… I have this day levied … upon the remainder interest in that tract of land containing 1200 acres …. the Home Place lying…. in the 75 Dist adj lands of W J Randle, Est of J T Carswell and land of Mrs W A Walker, levied upon as the property of W H Bullard to satisfy the within … Signed: B Hairester, Sher.
Levy dismissed by order of Simeon A Gray.
… I have this day levied … the remainder interest in that tract of land containing 1400 acres …. known as the Home Place in 75 Dist … adj lands of W J Randle, Est of J F Carswell and lands of Mrs W A Walker also one gray horse, mule, black mare mule, also one dark mare and two horse wagons, 6000 lbs seed cotton in the field, 120 bushels corn… levied upon the property of W H Bullard to satisfy the within fi fa. Signed W E Zou deputy Sher.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-KS1B-K?i=347&cat=227528

1883 Nov 13 – Harriet L Bullard to William H Bullard bk O, p 194 Burke Co, Ga
… between Harriett L Bullard of the County of Burke and temparily in the County and State of Georgia of the first part and William H Bullard of the same State and County of the second part … in consideration of the natural love and affection which she has and bears for her son, the said party of the second part … for the sum of 10 dollars … all of my right, title and interest in and to all of that tract of land sitate lying and being in the County of Burke State aforesaid containing 1400 acres … being on the North side of the public road known as the Louisville and Savannah Road bounded North by lands of W J Randall, East by Buckhead Creek, S by lands of Widow Walker, W by lands of F J Carswell. The interest hereby conveyed being the same devised to me under the will of my late husband Needham Bullard dated Apr 25, 1872… Signed: H L Bullard. Wit: R T Newton, W M Brinson.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-SSHG-8?i=141&cat=227528

1883 Nov 19 – W H Bullard to Planters Loan and Savings Bank bk O, p 207 Burke Co, Ga
… between William H Bullard ... of the first part, and the Planters Loan and Savings Bank … of the second part… in consideration of the sum of $3000 dollars … all my right title and interest in and to all that tract of land situate … in the County of Burke … containing 1400 acres… on the North side of the public road known as the Louisville and Savannah Road bounded north by lands of W J Randall, E by Buckhead Creek, S of landds of Widow Walker, W by lands of F J Carswell… the same devised to Mrs H L Bullard under the will of her late husband Needham Bullard dated Apr 25, 1872 …. Signed: W H Bullard. Wit: R T Newton, W M Brinson.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3Q5-SSW6-2?i=148&cat=227528

(Several deeds with a Sarah Bullard from 1896-1921 if need to go back and look).

Salter will – wife and 3 children Methoni F Salter, Lenora V Caldwell, and Rudolph Carlisle

Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds – Grantors B: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLX-J8WX?i=45&cat=203014

1851 Apr 24 – Needham Bullard trustee to Sarah Belcher bk A-X, p 315 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds (need to locate). 

1850 Dec 17 – Needham Bullard from Richard C Edenfield bk C, p 55 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
… between Richard C Enfield of Emanuel County … of the one part and Needham Bullard of the County of Burke … of the other part… in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars … convey unto said Needham Bullard … land … in the County of Emanuel … of Jack’s Creek … containing 1000 acres … originally granted to Mary Rountree the 16th day of Dec 1845 … Signed: Richard C Edenfield. WIt: James A Edenfield, George Low. (Horrible handwriting on this particular deed – very hard to read).
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C33W-9SV8-5?i=49&cat=203014

1858 Mar 13 – Needham Bullard trustee for Moses from Jes. S. Brinson, bk C, p 15 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
… between James S Brinson … of the one part and Needham Bullard trust of the County Burke for Moses a coloured man belonging to Sarah Belchem of the County Scriven … James S Brinson … in consideration of the sum of 150 dollars … by the said Needham Bullard trust as aforesaid … trust for the said Moses all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Emanuel County and State aforesaid on the waters of the Fifteen Mile Creek, vacant on all sides of the time of surveying and originally granted to Abner Surmant containing 300 acres …. Signed: James S Brinson. Wit: Matthew Brinson, Alexander Brinson, B E Brinson.
… 1848 March 13 … between James S Brinson … of the one part, and Needham Bullard of the County of Burke … of the other part (trustee) for Moses a coloured man belonging to Sarah Belcher of the County of Scriven of the other part … James Brinson … sum of 75 dollars … convey unto Needham in trust for the said Moses … land … lying in Emanuel County… on the waters of the 15 mile creek vacant on all sides… part of a 1000 acre tract …. granted to William Parker containing 200 acres… lying on the SW side of the big Branch… between John Proctor and the said Needham in trust for the said Moses …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C33W-9SVJ-M?i=29&cat=203014

1862 Jan 26 – Needham Bullard to E B Smith bk E, p 28 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds

*Cant find this one**

1871 Jun 27 – N Bullard to Wm Finiley bk AA, p 229 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
? need to locate...

1872 Apr 25 – Needham Bullard to Ella E Bullard etal, bk A-G, p 89-95 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
…1880 Feb 18 … we the undersigned have been chosen by the County Surveyor, James A Moon and William L H Henderson as men to divide a tract of land known as the Needam Bullard place lying in the 58th Dist of said County said land being in all 1153 acres … to said William L H Henderson and the north side to S F Salter giving said Salter 576 and 1/2 acres in one body and giving said Henderson 520 and 1/2 acres in one body and 56 acres in another body making 576 and 1/2 acres for said Henderson...
Signed: Jesse Edenfield, Eliazer Warren, Manning Rountree. James L Moore, County Surveyor.
pg. 90 – letter from S F Salter to Court for his wife regarding division of land …
pg. 90. – Item 3 of will transcribed…
pg. 91. – letter from Mary E. Henderson re division of land her father left … appoints her husb William L H Henderson … as her trustee…
pg 93 – Wm L H Henderson as trustee for wife Mary E convey to Ebenizer D Rountree for $400 …. land in the 58th Dist… 1/2 interest in 1000 acres … 1/2 interst in 500 acres … etc (selling her interest in estate)… Signed: Mary E. Henderson, William L H Henderson, Wit: C L Gorbn, W W Duffee.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-T9W5-5?i=78&cat=203014

1873 Apr 10 – N. Bullard to Sallie Duffie bk AAAA, p. 584 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
…between Needham Bullard of the County and State aforesaid of the one part and Sallie Duffie of the County of Emanuel and state aforesaid of the other part… in consideration of 10 dollars …. confirm unto the said Sallie Duffie one lot of land lying in Summerville, Emanuel County …. known as the John A Rosier summer place containing 10 acres … bounded on the North by lands belonging to the Est of Henry Lewis… South by lands belonging to James A McGruder … Siged: N. Bullard, Robert A Murphy JP. Wit: T Jones.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C337-1396-N?i=322&cat=203014

1877 Apr 19 – Mollie J Bullard from John J Rountree bk AAA, p. 31 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
? need to locate this one

1879 Jan 23 – Needham Bullard by admrs to Charles McCullough bk AAAA, p. 222 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
…1878 Sept 13 … between William H R Bullard and Charles M Carswell administrators with the will annexed of Needham Bullard decd of said County of the first part and Charles McCullough of the County of Vmanuel of the second part… in consideration of 2000 dollars to them in hand paid … confirm unto party of the second part (Charles McCullough)… land … in the 50th District …. of Emanuel County … containing 1000 acres adjoining lands of John Edenfield and others on the waters of the Big Ohoossee River originally granted to Lacks Nesworth… one other tract containing 600 acres … adj the first tract above mentioned … and lands of Charles McCullough and on the Big Ohoopii River orig granted to Moses Warren … and conveyed … lands of John Edenfield and Washington Moseley orig granted to William Davis containing 350 acres … Signed: Charles M Carsewell, William H R Bullard, administrators of Needham Bullard. Wit: John J Jones, A P Lambeth, JP.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C337-13MY-C?i=141&cat=203014

1879 Nov 12 – Needham Bullard from Charles McCullough bk AAAA, p. 334-338. Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
… between William Cannady sheriff … of the first part, and W H Bullard and Charles M Carswell adms with will annexed of Needham Bullard of Burke County of the second part … Sheriff sold… the property of Charles McCoullough under and by virtue of an execution issued from the Superior Court … in favor of W H Bullard and Charles M Carswell adms of N. Bullard against said Charles McCullough …. they bing the highest bidders … convey unto the said W H Bullard and Charles M Carswell … containing 600 acres …. joining lands of Charles McCullough on the Big Asoosie River orig granted to Moses Warren … as a part of the Bullards lands… Signed: William Cannay, sheriff. Wits: W C Livingston, J Camp.
1879 Nov 12 … between William Cannady sheriff of the first part and W H Bullard and Charles M Carswell adms with will annexed of N Bullard of Burke County of the second part … (public sale at courthouse to satisfy judgment) … W H Bullard and Charles M Carswell having been the highest bidders … land in the 50 District G M … containing 1000 acres … adjoining lands of John H Edenfield and others on the waters of the Big Osoosie River, originally granted to James Nismith… part of the Bullard lands… Signed: William Canady, shf. Wits: W C Livingston, J Camp.
… another sale of his lands of 350 acres also won at bid by William H Bullard and Chalres M Carswell adms of Needham Bullard
… $697 recovered from Charles McCullough by Sher …
470 acres levied against Charles McCullough, winning bid by B T Morris, then sold by Morris 430 acres to W H Bullard admr for N. Bullard….
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C337-13MT-H?i=197&cat=203014

1881 Jan 27 – Needham Bullard by admr to Mary E Henderson by trustee bk A-B, p 160 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
… between Wm H Bullard and Charles M Carswell with the will annexed of Needham Bullard late decd … of the first part and Wm L H Henderson trustee of Mary E. Henderson his wife of the County of Newton, State of Georgia of the second part… in consideration of the 3d item of the will of said deceased … convey … that undivided half interest in … land … in the County of Emanuel… containing 1000 acres … adj lands of John H Edenfield and others on the waters of the Big Ohopee River orig granted to James Nesmith … part of the Bullard lands … also an undivided half interst in a certain other tract … containing 350 acres … ajd land of John Edenfield and McCullough… also … land … in said County of Emanuel containing 600 acres … adj lands of Charles McCullough onthe waters of the Big Ohopee River orig granted to Moses Warren… also promissory notes each for the sum of $1000 …
… The other half interst in the lands hereby Conveyed belonging to Ella E Salter, her sister … Signed: W H Bullard, C M Carswell, administrators with will annexed of N. Bullard. Wit: John J Jones, T J McElmurry.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-RCCH?i=100&cat=203014

1881 Jan 29 – Needham Bullard by admr to Ella E. Salter, by trustee bk A-E, p. 430 Emanuel County, Ga. Deeds
…between William H Bullard and Charles Carswell admn with will anexed of Needham Bullard late decd of said County of the first part and Seaborn F Salter trustee of Ella E Salter (his trust created under last will and testament of said deceased) of the second part … carrying out the 3d item of said will… convey all that undivided half interest … 1000 acres… 350 acres … 600 acres … Big Ohoopee River … Signed: W H Bullard, C M Carswell, adms of N. Bullard.
p. 432 1884 Feb 16 letter to Ct… I Ella E Salter formerly Ella E Palmer do hereby nominate and appoint Alfred E Bush to be such trustee…
p. 433 1889 May 6 letter to Ct … I Ella E Palmer, formerly Elle E Palmer .. appoint John C Kimball trustee …
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3QP-RZNY?i=258&cat=203014

(Note:  George Cohen Harrison’s memoir said that they stayed at “Uncle Bullard’s” place when they left Savannah attempting to avoid the approach of Sherman’s army.   He called him “William Bullard” – but in looking at the above records, either one of two things – either Needham’s first name was “William” and he never used it, OR George confused Needham Bullard’s name with his son William H Bullard’s name in writing his memoir – must remember that George Cohen Harrison’s memoir was not complete … he died before completing it, so he could have still been making changes.  But from the above information, it appears clear that “Uncle Bullard” was actually Uncle Needham Bullard .

This becomes more clear when considering that Needham Bullard appointed James K. Hines as an admin of his will … James K. Hines is James Kollock Hines, son of Joseph Hines and Susan Elizabeth Harrison – sister of Harriet Louisa Harrison Bullard, wife of Needham Bullard.   Both Susan Elizabeth Harrison and Harriet Louisa Harrison were sisters of Harris Kollock Harrison – George Cohen Harrison’s father ).  

Some “Murphey” family history:  

1852 Sept 21 – Nicholas Murphy – father of Elizabeth Ann Murphy – first wife of Needham Bullard.
Last will and testament…
… beloved wife Nancy Murphey …. 2000 acres and home, etc…
… Item 3d… to my 3 sons Edmund T Murphy, and John C Murphy and Nelson W Murphy at the death of their mother …. except 1/4 part of the negroes or the part of the negores may be at her of the negroes may be at her death I give to my granddaughters Mary W Bullard and Elen C Bullard…
… I also give to the same grand children M.W.B and E C B a tract of land in Apling County Georgia contining 490 acres … a 40 acre lot in the County of Pand? Georgia and also one share of money of what may have at my death …
… Item 4 … unto my grandchildren of my deceased daughter Sarah Clark … negroes … also 1400 dollars out of the Baker Lands to go to said grand children unless I should sell the land myself then they are to have that amount, also a share of the money I may have at my death for said grandchildren … I also wish my son Milledge to be trustee and have full control …
… Item 5 … to my beloved son Milledge Murphy …
… Item 6 … to my deceased daugher Livinia ? children … in trust of my son Milledge … land on the Grind Stone Branch containing 300 acres … also slaves… one share of the money that I may have to be given to Elisabeth Anne Evret as she is the oldest and will have to do for the rest … for her to share equal with the rest … when she marrys or becomes of age … managed by my son Milledge if he should die by my next oldest son …
… Item 7 … to my grand daughter Nancy C Daniel one tract of land in Randolph County containing 202 and 1/2 acres
… Item 8 … other half of my stock of cattle, (other items as well ) either private or public sale … money … my three sons Edmund, John and Nelson … except the 1/4 of the negroes that is to go to the two grand children Mss Bullard…
… Item 9 … appoint my beloved son Milledge Murphy, and Edmund T Murphey executors … Signed: Nicholas Murphey. Wit: William J Rhodes, William T Malone, Robert H Evans.
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005756701_00525?pid=499747&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8635%26h%3D499747%26tid%3D69705632%26pid%3D322119323526%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DkUu7883%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=69705632&personid=322119323526&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu7883&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&_ga=2.238642437.42651783.1563748336-449241466.1558399711#?imageId=005756701_00525

A Lost Arcadia: Or, The Story of My Old Community, by Walter Clark:

Edmund Murphey p. 26 (begin).

Edmund Murphey … married Betsey Ann …
children:
Edmund Murphey m. Nancy Ann Rhodes
James Murphey,
Nancy Ann Murphey m. Aaron Rhodes

Edmund Murphey’s 2nd marriage – Nancy Rhodes m. on Feb 10, 1785
Edmund died Dec 10, 1821, Nancy died Aug 12, 1825.
children:
Nicholas Murphey b. 1785 m. Feb 7, 1805 to Nancy Collins died March 20, 1819
Alexander Murphey m. Elizabeth Kinlow 1st, no children, 2d marriage to Elisabeth daughter of Robert Allen – 2 sons Robert and William and daughter Frances… 3d marriage to Margaret widow of Henry Seaborn Jones … she already had 4 sons from her 1st marriage (William, Thomas, Batt, and Henry Drummond, and 3 daughters, Grace, Sarah and Henrietta)… two children morn of 3d marriage – Margaret Murphey who m. William Womack, and Caroline who died in early womanhood.
Leroy Murphey m. Lucinda Brown – 3 sons and 3 daughters – John M, Emerson, Leroy, Isabella (Hillis), Sophia (Powell), and Maud Alice (Ratcliffe).
John Murphey
Edward Murphey
Elizabeth Ann Murphey (Evans)
Levicy Murphey (Hull)
Mary “Polly” Murphey (Rheney) m. Charles Rheney – 10 childen – p. 33 of book
Maria Murphey (Brown)
Harriet Murphey died in 1829 unmarried.

https://books.google.com/books?id=xPMxAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

Nicholas Murphey b. 1785 m. Feb 7, 1805 to Nancy Collins died March 20, 1819.
children:
Milledge Murphey
Moses C Murphey – only lived a few months
Sarah Murphey (Clark)
Elizabeth Murphey never married
Mary Murphey (Daniel),
Levinah Murphey (Avret)
Nancy Murphey (Rheney)
Jane Murphey never married
Martha Murphey (Daniel)

Nicholas Murphey’s 2d marriage to Nancy Carswell on May 20, 1820 – she daughter to John, and granddaughter to Alexander and Isabella Carswell who came to Georgia from Ireland abt 1770.
children:
Edmund T Murphey
John C Murphey
Nelson Wright Murphey
Caroline Elizabeth Murphey (only lived a few years)
Elizabeth Ann Murphey m. Needham Bullard.

Milledge Murphey
children:
Moses C Murphey
Julian Murphey
Weems Murphey
Curtis Smith Murphey
Sarah Murphey m. Charles Clark (16 children)

Other descendants of Nicholas by the last marriage are:
Dr Eugene E Murphey
Geo S Murphey of Augusta
Ellwood Murphey of Atlanta
John M C Murphey of Hephzibah
Mrs. Ella Salter of Tampa Fla.

Info to Review: 

Headrights and land grants of Georgia, 1756-1939
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/46190?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4Y-492X-N?i=102&cat=46190

1814 Thomas Elkins 100 acres, bk K5, p. 12, Effingham Co, Ga

1818 Harmon Elkins 200 acres, bk L5, p 609, Effingham Co, Ga

1818 Thomas Elkins 95 acres, bk M5, p 7, Effingham Co, Ga

1818 Thomas Elkins 200 acres, bk M5, p 9, Effingham Co, Ga

1818 John Elkins 200 acres, bk M5, p 25, Bulloch Co, Ga

1820 John Elkins Jr 200 acres, bk M5, p 890, Effingham Co, Ga

1821 John Elkins 100 acres, bk N5, p. 384, Effingham Co, Ga

1828 Harman Elkins 128 acres, bk Q5, p 14, Effingham Co, Ga

1828 Thomas Elkins 75 acres, bk Q5, p 224, Effingham Co, Ga

1803 Apr 11 – John Elkin – 1 warrant
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYZY-ZQL?i=64&cc=1914217&cat=1967578

1811 Oct 7 – Herman Elkins – 1 warrant
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYZY-CYB?i=67&cc=1914217&cat=1967578

John Elkins – 2 warrants
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YZY-CRW?i=70&cc=1914217&cat=1967578
1815 Sept 4 – 100 acres
1815 Sept 4 – 200 acres

Thomas Elkins – 4 warrants
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YZY-C59?i=75&cc=1914217&cat=1967578
1815 May 1 – 200 acres
1813 July 17 – 100 acres
1827 Oct 26 – 100 acres

Edwin Keller – 1 warrant
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GBSZ-9RLP?i=32&cc=1914217&cat=1967578
1846 Dec 1 – 350 acres

 

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Doesn’t look like this is a variation of Harrison, but close so I looked at it.  Determined for now not relevant – keeping at bottom of page with this note as a reminder:  

1769 March – p. 706. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. 10.
Read a Petition of Harman Hierson setting forth that he had been three Years in the Province had had no Land granted him and was desirous to obtain Land for Cultivation having a Wife four Children and a Negro Therefore praying for four hundred Acres at Ogechee to adjoin Land there laid out for Nicholas Cavenah
Resolved That on Condition &’etc the Prayer of the said Petition is granted for two Hundred Acres.

1769 Mar 7 – Tues at a Council held in the Council Chambers at Savannah … To: … Harman Hierson, 200 acres in St George’s Parish at Ogechee to adjoin land there laid out for Nicholas Cavenah. p. 17.
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-014-011.pdf

1772 June 7 – Herman Herson from John Reynolds p. 693, 6. Bk X-2 – 1772-1774 Georgia Colonial Deeds
(lease) … between John Reynolds Esq late Capt General and Governor in Chief in and over his Majesty’s Province of Georgia but now residing in the Parish of Saint Marys Newsington inthe County of Surry of the one part and Herman Herson of the Town of Savannah in the said Province of Georgia of the other part …. in consideration of the sum of 5 shillings … sell unto the said Herman Herson all that Publick Lot in Anson Ward in the Town of Savannah aforesaid …. known by the letter Z containing in front 60 feet and 180 feet in depth fronting Easterly on the common of the said Town and Westerly on the Square of Anson Ward aforesaid as by a certificate of the surveyors general of lands in said province annext …. which said lot is a double lot and one end thereof was lately in the Occupation of Anna Maria Long widow and the other end thereof fronts the square of Anson Ward aforesaid .. Signed: J. Reynolds. Wit: Daniel McGilvery, J Alexander.
(release) … 1772 June 17 … between John Reynolds Esq … and Herman Herson of the Town of Savannah … in consideration of the sum of 80 pounds … purchase of … the publick lot of ground hereinafter mentioned … confirm unto the said Herman Herson … all that Publick Lot in Anson Ward in the Town of Savannah aforesaid … known by the letter Z containing in front 60 feet and 180 feet depth fronting Easterly on the common of the said Town, westerly on the square of Anson Ward aforesaid … was lately in the occupation of Anna Maria Lang widow and the other end thereof fronts the square of Anson Ward … Signed: J. Reynolds. Wit: Daniel McGillveray, Jno Alexander.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/1844

1772 June 17 – Herman Herson from John Reynolds p. 701
…whereas by and agreement in writing dated the 14th day of March 1771 John Reynold Esq ack to have received of Mr Herman Herson 40 pds in full for a Lot of land fronting the Square of Anson Ward in Savannah in Georgia in the possession of the said Herman Herson and thereby promised on receipt of 40 lbs sterling more to deliver to the said Herman Herson the original grant of and proper deeds to the same Lott and also all that other Lott of land lat in the possession of his Mother Anna Maria Long situate in Savannah aforesaid and whereas the said John Reynolds hath this day received the said further sum of 40 lbs … that the same is a double lott and was occupied alone end by the said Mrs Long and that the said double lot or two lotts are the same which are included in the said grant … agree to and with the said Herman Herson that in case the land mentioned in the said agreement consists of two different lotts and is contained in separate grants that I will upon request at my own cost convey the same with the appurtenance to the sd Herman Herson
Signed: J. Reynolds. Wit: Daniel McGilvary, John Alexander.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/1848

1774 Mar 24 & 25 (lease and release) – Harmon Herson to George Delegal, bk CC1, p 27, 9. Chatham Co, Ga.
… betw Herman Herson of the Town of Savannah … shipwright, and Constance his wife of the one part and George Delegal of Little Ogechee of the other part … in consideration … to the said Herman Herson … paid by the said George Delegal … grant… unto the said George Delegal one moiety or half part of the said lot containing in front 80 feet and 90 feet in depth fronting easterly on the Common of the said Town, Westerly on the Square of Anson Road … whereas … King George the 2d by deeed … date 5th day of March 1756 did … grant to John Reynolds Esq then Capt Gen and Govr in Chief of the Province …. and assigns all that publick lot in Anson Ward in the Town of Savannah in the said province known by the letter Z containing in front 60 feet and one hundred and eighty feet in depth fronting east on the Common of the said Town and West on the Square of Anson Ward … to hold the said lot to him … ssaid John Reynolds … by deed of lease and release bearing date 16 and 17th June 1772 for the consideration …. convey … unto the said Herman Herson ….
Signed: Herman Herson, Constants Herson.
Wit: L McGilvray, Thomas Edwd Greene, Saml Stark.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/2088/rec/4

1784 Oct 8 – Harmon Herson to Daniel Wallaeon p. 398, 402 Bk BBB – 1783-1804 Georgia Colonial Deeds.
… between Daniel Walacon of Augusta in the State of Georgia and Mary his wife of the one part and Herman Herson of Savannah in the said State ship carpenter of the other part… sell unto the said Herman Herson all that wharf lot in the Town of Savannah …. distinguished by the Number 1 … under the Bluff or Bank of Savannah River containing 100 feet in front and extending to low water mark being to the E of the said Town of Savannah …. fronting the common of the said town … lot was originally to Jonathan Bryan Esq … granted orig Dec 5, 1769 …. by the said Jonathan Bryan the 19th day of July 1771 to Peter Blyth and by the said Peter Blyth and Jane his wife to the said Daniel Walacon … Signed: Daniel Walacon, Mary Walacon. Wit: W Stephens, Joseph Welsher.
https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/digital/collection/test3/id/3102

1797 – Boroman, Hills and Co v. Herman Herson} discontinue p. 52.
City Court Council Minutes, 1796-1801. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/41708_319519-00034/435864?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

(Note:  Herson “looks” like it could be a variation of Harrison, but I don’t “think” it is … but listing a few entries just in case – so I don’t miss anything in case it is).  

1799 Sept term – Edward Telfair v. Herman Herson. p. 91.
…To the Sheriff of the City of Savannah … summon the defendant to appear … the 4th Tuesday of Sept next …
City of Savannah Court Record Books, 1798, 1799, 1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/40154_1020601537_0234-00092/95890?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

1799 Sept 24 – Edward Telfair v. Herman Herson} Judgment for Defdt and costs. A. Minis.
City Court Council Minutes, 1796-1801. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/41708_319519-00155/439106?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=41708_319519-00155

1801 June 24 – I Herman Herson of the City of Savannah shipwright… my last will and testament … Bk D, p 1.4. Wills,Chatham Co, Ga
…unto my beloved wife Johanna Christianna Herson one full and equal half part of all that lot of land situate and being in the Ciy of Savannah and known by the number 2 in Larocke Tything Heathcoat Ward contining 65 feet in width and 90 feet in depth … half intened to be devised is the eastern half part… also to my wife … that lot of land where I at present reside … City of Savannah … number 40 in Warren Ward … on lease from the German Lutheran Congregation … term of 30 years… I believe I have several nephews and nieces living at Oldenburgh in Germany the children of my brother Henry Herson, my half brother Claus Jacobs, and my sister … Margaretta Derkson … to each child of my said brothers and sister … as shall or may arrive at Savannah within 4 years next after my decease all that land ..City of Savannah containing 60 feet in width and 90 feet in depth known in the plan of the said by the letter Z… to children of John Wisenbaker and Matthias Wisenbaker … of Effingham County… and Jacob Wisenbaker late … (continues – but no children of his own mentioned)… Signed: Herman Herson.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93G-D75M?i=224&cc=1999178&cat=145396

1801 July – p. 354. … City of Savannah …. petition of John Martin Dasher Jr and Hannah his wife is admix of Hager Herson … that John McKinnon of said city is justly indebted to your petitioner in the sum of 83 dollars and 21 cents…. for the rent of a house of Hergen Hersen in his life time his property and rented by him to said John and the said John being so indebted…
City of Savannah Court Record Books, 1801. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/40154_1020601537_0235-00357/37086?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=40154_1020601537_0235-00357

1802 Oct – p. 335 … City of Savannah. John Herb executor of Herman Herson of the said City sheweth that William Mein and Robert Mackay survives of Robert Mein detains from petitioner $97.25 …. due to the estate … on a note dated May 21, 1798 …
City of Savannah Court Record Books, 1798, 1799, 1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/40154_1020601537_0233-00336/4096?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

1803 Aug – p. 503. … In the Court of Aldermen to the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah … petition of John Herb executor of the last will and testament of Herman Herson shewith that James Nelson detains from your petitioner the sum of #38.75 cents …
City of Savannah Court Record Books, 1798, 1799, 1808. Savannah, Georgia, Court Records, 1790-1934
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2769/40154_1020601537_0233-00504/4628?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return

 

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Family Relations

Unk Harrison:

Children:
Humphrey Harrison b. abt 1735-40 wife Catherine in 1778 deed transaction
Mordecai Harrison b. abt 1735-40 (both in militia together from 1760-67). In 1763 Mordecai wits Humphrey’s deed transaction.
1767 Samuel Harrison – 1767 militia

1788 Joseph Harrison separated from wife Sarah Harrison (late Pearce) in 1788 in Effingham Co.

1789 John Sealy Harrison is wit to will of Catherine B Rehm.

1790 – Catherine Harrison widow conveys slave in Chatham Co.
in 1793 Catharine Harrison and Thomas Harrison are separately in tax records of Chatham
in 1804 Estate of Catharine Harrison – daughter Margaret Downer with her husb Alexander Downer, neice Elizabeth Harris, grandson Michael Denslee (or Durslee/Dunslee?).

1793 – John Harrison is shoemaker conveys lot 15 to William Bell with a life estate to the decease of Elizabeth Harrison, wife of Thomas Harrison
in 1799 – tax returns show a John Harrison shoemaker, and “children of Thomas Harrison”
in 1800 William Bell shoemaker leaves all to John Harrison shoemaker
in 1802 William Mathews transaction w John Harrison his “half brother”(same mom then?), and John’s daughters are Elizabeth and Susannah Harrison who recd a lot from Mathews.
in 1806 John Harrison and Mary Harrison his wife, is exectr and sole heir of William Bell shoemaker decd
in 1808 land transaction Michael Harrison and Susan Harrison are noted as children of John and Mary Harrison shoemaker
– ALSO in dispute with William Wilkie re lot number 15 – Wilkie appears to be married to daughter of Elizabeth Harrison
in 1817 Suzane E Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, had marriage contract to marry John H. Clark – trust to father in lots 15, 10, 1, lot on Margaret Street, lot 22,
in 1829 Michael Harrison and wife Alethia Harrison transaction
in 1832 estate of Michael Harrison

1794- Thomas and Elizabeth Harrison sell a slave to John Barrien (a Jacob Barrier had prev owned lot Humphrey Harrison purch in 1763).
in 1793 – Catharine Harrison and Thomas Harrison are in tax recs Chatham
In 1811 shows Estate of Thomas Harrison mariner decd

1801 James Harrison transaction for slave

1804 Ann Harrison is admx of Est of Jabez Harrison decd widow. William Wilkie applied for admin in right of his wife (likely a daughter/heir).

1804 Estate of Elizabeth Harrison decd.

1805 William Harrison starts showing up in court cases, in 1807 he witnesses Celia Dotson’s will.
in 1807 William Harrison red 25 acres from Peter Davis
in 1810 William Harrison recd 100 acres from Stephen Gregory.
in 1812 Edward Harrison’s will shows wife Cynthia Harrison, children William Bolding Harrison, and Edward Lawson Harrison, and brother William Harrison to educate kids.
in 1815 William Harrison registers his own brand/mark, and registers the Estate of Edward Harrison’s brand/mark (taking care of children’s estate).
in 1833 William Harrison, Marry Harrison, and Rebecca C Peoples wit last will of Catherine Langley, widow of George A Keller remarried
in 1835 will shows wife Mary, children Rebecca Catherine, George Paul, Mary Franklin, Harriet Louissa, Susan Elizabeth, and Harris Kollock.
in 1838 Mary C Harrison admx of Edward L Harrison inventory, with Zipperer, Dasher, and Power mentioned
in 1839 Mary C Harrison widow of Edward L, is to marry Samuel B White, Philip Ulmer Jr is trustee of her property (father or brother maybe?), her children are Charles A J Sweat, Anne Eliza Sweat, John Furman Sweat, Mary J Harrison, Martha L Harrison.

1809 Caleb Harrison shows in sale of a slave, and in 1810 he wits the will of Balthasar Shaffer esqr.
In 1810 land trans he is noted as Caleb Harrison couchmaker, and Mary C Harrison his wife
in 1813 Estate of Caleb Harrison opened, with Mary C Harrison admx

1820 Last will of Martin Harrison – wife Ann Harrison, brother Daniel Harrison – mentions father but unnamed, asks Richard Harrison to send money to father (unidentied relation to Richard Harrison).

1821 estate of Jonas B Harrison shows a note for Joshua L Harrison.

1823 Ann Harrison marriage agreement to marry John David Mongin (or Morgin?).

1827 Sarah Harrison marriage agreement with Henry W. Story.

1840 Francis Harrison trans with Calvin Emmons.

GEORGIA:

1763 April 23 – Andrew Pence (Christ Church, G. A.) and Mary (wife) and Humphrey Harrison, 1763
… between Andrew Pence of the Parish of Christ Church in the Province of Georgia, blacksmith and Mary his wife of the one part and Humphery Harrison of the said Parish and Province of the other part … Andrew Pence for and in consideration of the sum of 20 pounds of lawful money … by the said Humphery Harrison to the said Andrew Pence … purchase … all that westermost moiety or half part of all that Lot of land containing 100 feet in length and 90 feet in depth as the same is equally divided from North to South situate and being to the West of the Town of Savannah at a place called Ewensburgh and known in the plan thereof by number 10 in William Street butting on the said Street to the South … Andrew Pence purchased of Jacob Barrier… confirm unto the said Humphery Harrison all that aforesaid Westermost moiety or half part of all that lot of land containing 100 feet in length and 90 feet in depth divided as aforesaid …
Signed: Andrew Pence, Mary Pence.
Wit: Mordecai Harrison, Bradley Gamble.
David Montaigut Esq, one of his Majestys Justices for the Province of Georgia… appeard the named Andrew Pence and Mary his wife and … Mary Pence being by me privately and apart examined … she did freely and voluntarily … join with her said husband in the execution of the said release, she being of full age … 28 day of April 1783.
Signed: David Montaigut.
OS Folder 7B, Item 3, Telamon Cuyler collection, ms 1170, series 1. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries
https://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/hargrett/1170/pdfs/harg1170-007bos-003.pdf

CENSUS INFO:

1792 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Thomas Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1792
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 004
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349065&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8113&_phstart=successSource

1792 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Catharine Mrs. Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1792
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 004
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349003&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Thomas Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: TX List 1793
Year: 1793
Record Type: Tax list
Page: 005
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349067&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: John Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Tax List 1793
Year: 1793
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 001
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349024&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: John Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Little Ogeeche
Year: 1793
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 011
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349030&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1793 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: Catharine Mrs. Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: TX List 1793
Year: 1793
Record Type: Tax list
Page: 005
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349006&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1806 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: William Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Tax List 1806
Year: 1806
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 016
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349076&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1806 – Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: John Harrison
State: GA
County: Chatham County
Township: Mixed Townships
Year: 1806
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 026 and page 03
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index
Ancestry.com. Georgia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=3542&h=3349041&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8112&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census
Name: John Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1
Slaves – Females – Under 14: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 3
Free White Persons – Over 25: 3
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total Slaves: 1
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 8
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 71; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 63
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1453099&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8123&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census
Name: Thomas Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 18: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 5
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 2
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 3
Total Free White Persons: 10
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 10
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 77; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 66
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1453331&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8129&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census
Name: Martin Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Foreigners not Naturalized: 1
Total Free White Persons: 2
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 2
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 77; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 66
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1453376&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8129&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census
Name: William Harrison
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Savannah, Chatham, Georgia
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 3
Free White Persons – Males – 10 to 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 16 to 20: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 to 44: 1
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Savannah, Chatham, Georgia; Page: 94; NARA Roll: M33_8; Image: 75
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1454124&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=kUu8129&_phstart=successSource

 

Effingham Co, Ga marriage and minutes info beyond 1860:

Sarah Keller
bk 5, p 91

Robert Harrison.
bk 5, p. 195, 197, 213 (or 215), 229, 243
bk 6, p. 104, 105, 106

Rebecca J Harrison marries Joseph Hester, bk 5, p 32

Robert Harrison marries Mary Zipperer bk 5, p 33

John A Harrison marries Henrietta C Ashmore, bk 5, p 147

Nicy Harrison minor, bk 5, p 198, 243, 289, 356, 424, 432

Mary E Harrison minor, bk 5, p 198, 208, 240 (or 260), 261, 325

Stephen Harrison minor bk 5, p 199, 259, 306, 329, 411, 434, 460,
bk 6, p 25, 58, 81, 93

Laura R Harrison minor, bk 5, p 199, 303

Salome Harrison minor, bk 5, p 199, 239, 325, 411.

Robert C Harrison minor, bk 5, p 223
bk 6, p 1, 90.

Frances L Harrison marries John J Waldhauer, bk 5, p 274

Laura A Harrison marries Solomon Zipperer bk 6, p 31

Viola Harrison marries Chander King? bk 6, p 175

Peter Harrison marries Emma Williams bk 6, p 86

Felix Harrison marris Dureen Victoria Roberson bk 6, p 209

Sarah S Harrison and R Harrison minors, bk 5, p 239, 325, 411
bk 6, p 1, 25

Rosa Harrison and Soloman Brown bk 6, p 96

Ellen B Harrison marries Grant Goldwire, bk B, p 198

M A Keller marries E W Hodges bk 5, p 128

Catherine N Keller marries F A Cohen bk 5, p 186

Maggie Keller marrkes M M Brinson bk 6, p 117

Lewis Keller marries Hannah Williams bk 6, p 125

George A Keller marries M E Jarrell bk 7, p 26

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Note:  The following are excerpts and notes from the following book found online at the link provided below.  Not my research … it appears from the language like this has been well researched, but like always, will need to confirm details in book below :

The Beville Family of Virgina, Georgia, and Florida, and Several Allied Families, North and South  (privately printed in 1917)
BY AGNES BEVILLE VAUGHAN TEDCASTLE
Member of the Georgia Society of Colonial Dames of America, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Huguenot Society of South Carolina, Virginia Historical Society, Georgia Historical Society

(note: w Harrison connections): Link to entire online copy of book is here:
https://books.google.com/books?id=jWY2AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=%22Samuel+Harrison%22,+Amelia+Island,+Florida,+parents&source=bl&ots=ho-1PWXhmD&sig=ACfU3U3LwZymPWDzF9gkNbEVpT6BtNB2cQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwii9aDCpIXkAhVGC6wKHY1LCYIQ6AEwB3oECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false

Notes:

THE HARRISON FAMILY (p. 77 – 89)

THE first member of the Harrison family of Virginia to appear in South Carolina was Thomas Harrison, who was ordained to the office of deacon of the Baptist Church at Euhaw, near Beaufort, by the Rev. Oliver Hart, A. M., pastor of the Baptist Church at Charleston, on the eleventh of January, 1752. Although it is impossible at present, owing to the destruction of both public and private records by fire and by the devastation of war, to produce legal proof of the fact, we have strong reason to believe that Thomas Harrison was not descended from the Harrisons of Wakefield, Virginia, from whom descend the Harrisons of Berkeley and Brandon on the James River. Like others of our ancestors he was a Sea Island planter,9 on a large scale, of rice, indigo, and cotton, owning a considerable number of slaves and exerting the widest influence in the part of the South where his plantation was situated. It is known from collateral wills that his second wife was a Hannah Sealy, a sister of the first wife of the Rev. Francis Pelot, and cousin of the second wife of the Rev. Oliver Hart. His first wife was Mary __.

Of the full number of his family, we are not sure, but he had a son William, who married Miss Gignilliat, of the distinguished family of this name of South Carolina and later of Georgia.

A son of William and his wife was Horace Jesse Harrison, a gentleman noted for his noble bearing, his strictly upright and honourable dealings with men of all grades, his wisdom and justice in the management of his slaves, his brilliant conversational gifts, and what is especially remembered of him by his own descendants and the descendants of contemporaries, his remarkable genius for friend ship. Mr. Harrison was a Colonel of the militia of Darien, and served under General Francis Hopkins, his intimate friend and neighbor, in the war of 1812. His wife was Mary Martha Pelot, daughter of James Pelot and his wife Elizabeth Chisholm, and granddaughter of the Rev. Francis Pelot and his first wife, Martha Sealy. She was a woman of marked intelligence, great beauty, and truly queenly bearing. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison lived on their plantation “The Meadows,” about six miles from Darien, and there reared a large family of three sons and six daughters. Of these children, a daughter, Caroline, shortly before engaged to a Mr. Merrill of Georgia and South Carolina, and two young sons, Samuel and Benjamin, were drowned at ” The Meadows ” in September, 1824, in the worst hurricane and tidal storm with which the southern coast of the United States was ever visited. It is interesting to note that the ancient records of the Presbyterian Church in Darien show that the five remaining daughters, with their grandfather William Harrison (their father having died in 1816 from an injury received in the war of 1812), united with the church in 1823.

These Harrison sisters were celebrated for their distinguished bearing, beauty, and wit. They were all married to men of marked ability and notable lineage, several of whom were at once lawyers and large planters. Our grandmother, Eliza Chisholm Pelot Harrison, the eldest, was married to Daniel Vaughan, eldest son of the young Massachusetts Lieutenant who settled on Amelia Island, Florida, on his Spanish grant, late in the eighteenth century. The second, Sarah Gignilliat, was married first to Isaac Snow of Rhode Island, who was the father of her twelve children, secondly to the distinguished Major Blue of Georgia, grandfather of the Hulls of Savannah, thirdly to Colonel A. A. Gaulding, an able lawyer and editor of Atlanta. The fourth daughter, Mary Amanda, was married to Henry Young of Savannah ; the fifth, Susan Marion, was the wife of Tudor Tucker Hall of South Carolina ; the sixth, Jane, was married to the Rev. Dr. Dodd, a scholarly Presbyterian clergyman of Augusta. Dr. Dodd was directly succeeded in the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church of Augusta by the Rev. Dr. Joseph Ruggles Wilson, father of the Hon. Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States.

When Dr. Dodd and his talented wife removed from Augusta they went to Roswell, Georgia, where Dr. Dodd became principal of the noted Roswell Academy, at which Institution many of the young sons and daughters of the aristocratic planters of the South were educated. Among his first pupils there was Martha Bullock, who afterward became the mother of Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt.

The one son of Horace Jesse Harrison who lived to man hood was Horace Nephew Harrison, a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. He married Rebecca Somerville of Baltimore and Washington and had two sons, who died in boyhood on Sapelo Island, Georgia, and four daughters, one of whom became the wife of Edward Codrington Carrington, an able lawyer of Baltimore. The Carringtons had with other children two sons, Edward C. Carrington, Jr., and Campbell Carrington, lawyers of Baltimore and New York. Lieutenant Horace Nephew Harrison’s other daughters were Mary Rebecca, who was married to Major W. F. Johnson ; Camilla, who died young, and Marion Amanda, who was married to Captain Addison Barrett. The sons who died young were Randolph and Henry.

Admiral James Harrison Oliver, of the United States Navy, whom President Wilson has appointed the first Governor of ” The Virgin Islands,” formerly known as the Danish West Indies, is of this Harrison family of Georgia. Benjamin Harrison, a great-grandfather of Admiral Oliver, was a member of the Convention which revised the Constitution of the State of Georgia at the end of the eighteenth century.

Benjamin married Charity Williams (died 1854), and had James, Dorcas, Charlotte, and perhaps others. Of these, Dorcas (born 29 October, 1802, died 18 September, 1830) married William Oliver (born 10 December 1798, died 1836) and had, among others, Thaddeus Oliver, who married Sarah P. Lawson and had James Harrison and other children.

James Harrison Oliver married, in 1882, Marion, daughter of Robert Carter, Esqr., of the famous family of that name of Northern Virginia, and whose fine estate ” Shirley,” on the James River, is still occupied by the family.

Despite the traditions of several generations of descendants and the sincere belief of many worthy persons now living that these Harrisons of South Carolina and Georgia belonged to the James River family, the author is convinced after several years’ research among Probate Court Records and land transactions, that Thomas Harrison, of South Carolina, descended from the ” Harrisons of Northern Virginia.”

Mr. William G. Stanard, the distinguished historian and genealogist of Virginia, says, “Probably no Virginia family of equal note has had so little systematic genealogical work done in regard to its history as that of Harrison, which, first settling in Stafford, extended to Prince William, Fauquier, Loudoun and other counties, and which for purposes of distinction may be called Harrison of Northern Virginia ….the subject is full of difficulty, owing chiefly to the destruction of so large a part of the records of Stafford and Prince William Counties, during the Civil War.”10 The distinguished family of ” Harrison of Northern Virginia ” was founded by Cuthbert1 Harrison, who in 1637 was resident in the parish of St. Margarets, Westminster, London. The parish register of St. Margarets shows that Burr, son of Cuthbert Harrison, was baptized 3 January, 1637, that Cuthbert, son of Cuthbert, was baptized 11 January, 1607, and that Alexander, son of Cuthbert and Susan Harrison, was baptized in 1644.

Cuthbert’s eldest son Burr2 Harrison, emigrated to Virginia and settled in Stafford County, where we find him a Justice in 1698. He died intestate in 1706. He married in Virginia the widow of Edward Smith. She bore him a son Thomas3, (born 7 September, 1665) who died 13 August, 1746. He had children : William4; Burr4; Thomas4; and Cuthbert4. July 10th, 1700, Thomas3 (Burr2), of ” Chappawamsie,” is included among the civil and military officers of Stafford County. William4 (Thomas3, Burr2, Cuthbert1) with his father and others obtained a grant of land in Stafford County in 1706. Mr. Stanard says : “He was appointed a justice of Prince William County in 1731 and was vestryman of Overwharton Parish, Stafford, in 1746. The index to the lost Stafford deed book 1729-1748 refers to the inventory of the estate of William Harrison, deceased, so he probably died in Stafford between 1746 and 1748.” William4 Harrison (Thomas3) married Sarah Hawley and had issue : William5 who died in 1750; and Thomas5, who was beyond reasonable doubt the deacon at Euhaw, South Carolina, in 1752, and whose will of date May 3rd, 1755, is recorded in Charleston, South Carolina.

Thomas4 Harrison (Thomas3) born —, died in December, 1773, was appointed a justice of Prince William in 1731, and was sheriff of that county in 1733.  From 1742 to 1769 he was Burgess for Prince William County, but when Fauquier County was set off from Prince William, he became a resident of Fauquier. His wife was Ann, and they had children:  William5; Thomas5; Burr5; Susannah5; Mary5; Ann5; Benjamin5.

Of these children, Burr5, (Thomas4, Thomas3, Burr2, Cuthbert1), removed to South Carolina soon after the Revolution, following the example of his first cousin, Thomas5 (William4, Thomas3, Burr2, Cuthbert1) who had become a citizen of that Province some years earlier. Burr5 (Thomas4) born 1738 in Virginia, died in Chester District, South Carolina, in 1822, having gone there after serving under General LaFayette in the war of the Revolution. He married, in South Carolina, Elizabeth Dargan, of Sumpter District, South Carolina.

Burr5 and Elizabeth (Dargan) Harrison had children: 1. Benjamin, married Nancy Hart, and lived in Columbia, South Carolina; 2. Mary, married Benjamin May; 3. Jonathan, married Sally Tyler ;  4. Kate married Samuel Johnson; 5. Elizabeth died unmarried; 6. Rebecca married Nathaniel Cocknell ; 7. Susan married William Head; 8. Sophy, married Christopher Thompson ; 9. Dorean married (1st) James Runnell and (2) Hartwell Macon ; 10. Narcissa married James Ragsdale; 11. Mordecai married Susan Alston; 12. Anne married Mr. McLelland, of Charleston, South Carolina.

The will of Thomas5 Harrison (William4), planter of old Granville County, and deacon of the church at Euhaw, mentions his children, Henry, William, Thomas, John, Mikell and Francis. It was his son, William, who married Miss Gignilliat, and went, with many others, from Beaufort District, South Carolina, to Darien, Georgia, soon after the close of the Revolution. That the colonist ancestor, Burr Harrison, was a man of means, is shown by the large acreage taken up in his name, and that he was of gentle birth, the arms of Harrison he brought with him to this country is guarantee.

From generation to generation his descendants have married with the best. They are now scattered throughout the Union, and we find them, as in the past, filling honorable positions, civil and military.

Bishop Meade, in his noble book, ” Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia,” describing life in the Old Dominion, says : ” There were galleries in the church at Broad Run, one of which was allowed to be put up by Mr. Thomas Harrison, provided it was done so as not to incommode any of the pews below it. The others were put up by the vestry and sold. The pews below were all common, though doubtless taken possession of by different families, as is usual in England. The old English custom (beginning with the Royal family in St. George’s Church at Windsor) of appropriating the galleries to the rich and noble was soon followed in Virginia, and the old aristocratic families could with difficulty be brought down from their high lofts in the old churches, even after they became uncomfortable and almost dangerous.”11

Bishop Meade further says: ” We enter now on that most interesting portion of Virginia called the Northern Neck, which, beginning on the Chesapeake Bay, lies between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, and crossing the Blue Ridge, or passing through it, with the Potomac, at Harper’s Ferry, extends with that river to the heads thereof in the Alleghany Mountains, and thence by a straight line crosses the North Mountain and Blue Ridge, at the head-waters of the Rappahannock. By common consent this is admitted to be the most fertile part of Virginia, and to abound in many advantages, whether we consider the rich supply of fish and oysters in the rivers and creeks of the tide-water portion of it and the rapid growth of its forests and improvable character of its soil, or the fertility of the lands of the valley, so much of which is evidently alluvial.

” There were settlements at any early period on the rich banks of the Potomac and Rappahannock by families of note, who took possession of those seats which originally be longed to warlike tribes of Indians, which latter were forced to give way to the superior prowess of the former.”12 Among the notable families of Northern Virginia were those of Carter, Cary, Culpepper, Custis, Fairfax, Harrison, Lee, Tayloe and Washington.

There comes to our mind the gentle admonition of Bishop Meade: “Show your estimate of a respectable ancestry by faithfully copying their excellencies. ‘ Say not that you have Abraham for your father,’ said our Lord, ‘ for God is able to raise up children unto Abraham, out of the stones of the earth.’ He bids them to do the works of Abraham in order to receive his favour. Your ancestry may, and will be, only a shame to you, except you copy what is worthy of imitation in their character and conduct.”

THE HARRISON DESCENDANTS

Thomas1 Harrison = Mary
William2 Harrison = Gignilliat
Horace Jesse3 Harrison = Mary Martha Pelot
Eliza Chisholm Pelot4 Harrison — Daniel Vaughan
Sarah Gignilliat4 Harrison —
(1) Isaac Snow
(2) Major Blue
(3) Col. A. A. Gaulding

Caroline4 Harrison
Mary Amanda4 Harrison = Henry Young
Horace Nephew4 Harrison = Rebecca Somerville
Susan Marion4 Harrison = Tudor Tucker Hall
Samuel4 Harrison (twin to Jane)
Jane Evylyn4 Harrison = Rev. Dr. Dodd
Benjamin4 Harrison
Thomas1 Harrison = Mary
William2 Harrison — Gignilliat
Horace Jesse3 Harrison = Mary Martha Pelot
Eliza Chisholm Pelot4 Harrison = Daniel Vaughan
John James5 Vaughan = Mary Laviby Betille
Agnes Beville6 Vaughan = Arthur White Tedcastle
Thomas1 Harrison = Mary
William2 Harrison = Gignilliat
Horace Jesse3 Harrison — Mary Martha Pelot
Sarah Gignilliat4 Harrison = Isaac Snow
Mary Alice5 Snow = Hickman
Leila Alice6 Hickman = Kennerly
Eva Harrison6 Hickman = Collins

Thomas1 Harrison = Mary
William” Harrison = Gignilliat
Horace Jesse3 Harrison — Mary Martha Pelot
Sarah Gignilliat4 Harrison = Isaac Snow
Janie Harrison5 Snow = John Campbell McMillan
Lula6 McMillan (Mrs. J. S. Holliday)
Jesse Ora6 McMillan (deceased)
Harry C6 McMillan (deceased)
William Vernon6 McMillan
John C6 McMillan
Lillian May6 McMillan (deceased)
Archie Harrison6 McMillan (deceased)
Jennie Alice6 McMillan
Nannie6 McMillan (Mrs. F. Woodrow Coleman)
Robert K.6 McMillan
Bessie6 McMillan (Mrs. J. A. Krouse)

p. 65 – Daniel Vaughan, son of John D. and Rhoda Effingham Vaughan, was born on his maternal grandfather’s plantation in Georgia in 1800, and married, first, Elizabeth Harrison, daughter of Captain Samuel Harrison of Amelia Island, and sister of Colonel Robert Harrison, one of the most affluent and best known of the Sea Island planters. His wife died very soon, leaving no children, and he married secondly, about 1825, Eliza Chisholm Pelot Harrison, born in 1805 on her father’s estate ” The Meadows”, about seven miles north of Darien, Mcintosh County, Georgia, daughter of Horace Jesse Harrison and his wife Mary Martha Pelot (whose mother was Elizabeth Chisholm). Daniel Vaughan inherited part of his father’s plantation on Amelia Island, which he managed progressively for several years before his father’s death. This plantation was one of three or four into which the whole of Amelia Island was divided, its extent being easily imagined when it is known that Daniel Vaughan and his father together owned about five hundred slaves.

On this plantation he spent his life, his death being occasioned by a steamboat explosion near St. Simon’s Island, off the coast of Georgia, in 1856. He was buried in the Vaughan burying ground on the plantation. His wife, Eliza C. Pelot Harrison, died some time before 1875.

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Notes to review:

South Georgia Newspaper info on Harrison:

1764 Nov 22 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, November 22, 1764, Image 3
https://gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/lccn/sn83016182/1764-11-22/ed-1/seq-3/

1764 Nov 29 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, November 29, 1764, Image 4
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1764 Dec 6 – All persons indebted to the estate of Humprey Harrison deceased are to make immediate payment to the subscribers, and all persons that have any demands against said estate are desired to send in their accounts, properly attested to. Benjamin Sheftall and Sons, Admrs.
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1763-1776, December 06, 1764, Image 4
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1775 Dec 27 – Georgia Gazette – “Georgia, By his Majs Court of Session … and Gen. Gaol Delivery …. Whereas James Alexander of Savannah, … Mordecai Harrison in Ewensburgh, butcher …. summoned to appear as Petit Jurors at this Court …. but the said James Alexander … Mordecai Harrison … did severally neglect to appear at this Court … they be fined in a sum not exceeding 4 pounds sterl.
The Georgia Historical Quarterly
Vol. 12, No. 2 (JUNE, 1928), pp. 191-202 (12 pages) (p. 196)

1780 Jan 6 – Robert Harrison, of Savannah, dealer – is called to be a petit juror in Savannah, Georgia
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, January 06, 1780, Image 4
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1781 May 24 – Officers killed and wounded… Capt Harrison, South Carolina Rangers
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, May 24, 1781, Image 2
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1781 Aug 30 – All persons to whom the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, is indebted, are desired to bring in their accounts, property attested, and those indebted thereto to make immediate payment. Humphrey Harrison, executor.
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, August 30, 1781, Image 4
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1781 Sept 6 – Humprey Harrison, executor of the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, publishes notice for those who owe the estate to make payment in Savannah, Georgia. “All persons to whom the Estate of Christian Fry, decd, is indebted, are desired to bring in their accounts, property attested, and those indebted thereto to make immediate payment. Humphrey Harrison, executor.”
The Royal Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1779-1782, September 06, 1781, Image 4
1781 Sept 6 (Thurs) – Humphrey Harrison executor of Christian Fry decd estate in Savannah, Ga
Advertisement Royal Georgia Gazette Thursday, Sep 06, 1781 Savannah, GA Issue: 132 Page: 4
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1793 Nov 28 – Columbia Co, Ga 100 acrs for sale part of estate of Benjamin Harrison decd, by Mary Harrison admx
Advertisement Southern Centinel, and Universal Gazette Thursday, Nov 28, 1793 Augusta, GA Vol: I Issue: XXVI Page: 1

1794 Feb 13 – notice of William F Booker lost note of hand for 4000 pds of tobo warned not to trade by Gad Harrison
Southern Centinel, and Universal Gazette Thursday, Feb 13, 1794 Augusta, GA Vol: I Issue: XXXVII Page: 3

1794 Aug 2 – notice LOST certificate entitling Thomas Gleson soldier in Capt Cole’s company for 640 acres land, by Clem K Harrison
Augusta Chronicle Saturday, Aug 02, 1794 Augusta, GA Page: 4

1795 Nov 7 – Capt. Benjamin Harrison involved in killing 5 Indians who had attacked a Daniel Currie
Augusta Chronicle Saturday, Nov 07, 1795 Augusta, GA Page: 3

1797 Dec 26 – Marshal’s Sales. Will be sold at the Court-House in Savannah, on the first Tues in Feb next …. rice plantation of land in McIntosh County containing 7300 acres … taken as the property of John H McIntosh, to satisfy and execution, in favor of Benjamin Lindsey…. at the same time and place will be sold 60 plats and grants of 1000 acres each, situate on the waters of Canouch River, Montgomery County … 1000 acres each, situated in the County of Washington … property specified in a release of Daniel J Green, to Wikoff and Harrison to satisfy a debt. Conditions cash. O. Bowen, Marshal. Dec 14, 1797.
Columbian museum & Savannah advertiser. volume (Savannah [Ga.]) 1796-181?, December 26, 1797, Image 1

1798 Feb 27 – List of Taxes due from digest for property returned, lying in Chatham County, for 1795 viz … Thomas Harrison, 0 5 4
Columbian museum & Savannah advertiser. volume (Savannah [Ga.]) 1796-181?, February 27, 1798, Page 444, Image 2
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1798 Oct 11 – Letters remaining in the postoffice at Savannah … includes: Thomas Harrison Jr, Thomas Harrison,
The Georgia gazette. (Savannah, Ga.) 1788-1802, October 11, 1798, Image 1
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1799 Jan 17 (Thurs) – death notice of Thomas Harrison aged 52 years, during 11 years residence here (in Savannah) died on Tuesday afternoon (Jan 15, 1799) in Savannah, Ga. “On Tuesday forenoon, in this city, Mr. Thomas Harrison, aged 52 years; during 11 years residence here he supported a just and honest character.”
Mortuary Notice Georgia Gazette Thursday, Jan 17, 1799 Savannah, GA Page: 3
https://www.genealogybank.com/nbshare/AC01190108164022313501567900826

1801 Mar 26 – John Harrison as executor of Estate of William Bell decd, publication of estate sale
Advertisement Georgia Gazette Thursday, Mar 26, 1801 Savannah, GA Issue: 909

1801 Apr 2 – John Harrison as executor of Estate of William Bell decd, publication of estate sale
Advertisement Georgia Gazette Thursday, Apr 02, 1801 Savannah, GA Issue: 910 Page: 3

1801 Apr 30 – John Harrison as executor of Estate of William Bell decd, publication of estate sale
Advertisement Georgia Gazette Thursday, Apr 30, 1801 Savannah, GA Issue: 914 Page: 3

1801 Oct 13 – John Harrison notice for demands against estate of William Bell in Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Tuesday, Oct 13, 1801 Savannah, GA Page: 4

1801 Oct 16 – John Harrison notice for demands against estate of William Bell in Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Friday, Oct 16, 1801 Savannah, GA Page: 2

1801 Oct 30 – John Harrison notice for demands against estate of William Bell in Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Friday, Oct 30, 1801 Savannah, GA Page: 4

1801 Dec 1 – John Harrison notice for demands against estate of William Bell in Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Tuesday, Dec 01, 1801 Savannah, GA Page: 7

1801 Dec 15 – John Harrison notice for demands against estate of William Bell in Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Tuesday, Dec 15, 1801 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1803 June 25 (Sat) – Jas. Gignilliat gives notice of his atty Jesse Horace Harrison in absence from Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Saturday, Jun 25, 1803 Savannah, GA Page: 1

1803 Jul 30 – marriage notice on Tues last, of Jabez Harrison of New Jersey to Nancy Longman of this place (Savannah, Ga)
News Article Columbian Museum Saturday, Jul 30, 1803 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1804 Apr 7 – Ann Harrison admx, notice of estate sale of Jabez Harrison carpenter, decd of Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Saturday, Apr 07, 1804 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1804 Apr 11 – Ann Harrison admx, notice of estate sale of Jabez Harrison carpenter, decd of Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Wednesday, Apr 11, 1804 Savannah, GA Page: 5

1804 Apr 14 – Ann Harrison admx, notice of estate sale of Jabez Harrison carpenter, decd of Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Saturday, Apr 14, 1804 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1804 Apr 28 – Ann Harrison admx, notice of estate sale of Jabez Harrison carpenter, decd of Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Saturday, Apr 28, 1804 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1804 May 2 – Ann Harrison admx, notice of estate sale of Jabez Harrison carpenter, decd of Savannah, Ga
News Article Columbian Museum Wednesday, May 02, 1804 Savannah, GA Page: 4

1807 Mar 7 – Hancock Co, Ga – Benjamin Harrison depo about note he is possession of by John Gray to Wm D Phelps
Advertisement Farmer’s Gazette Saturday, Mar 07, 1807 Sparta, GA Vol: IV Issue: 175

1807 Jun 18 – Clement K. Harrison reported to have murdered Thomas Critcher of Columbia Co, Ga
Savannah Republican Thursday, Jun 18, 1807 Savannah, GA Vol: V Issue: 63 Page: 3

1807 Jul 7 – letters at post office for people, including B. Harrison and J. Harrison in Savannah, Ga
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Jul 07, 1807 Savannah, GA Vol: V Issue: 71

1808 Jan 2 – John Harrison posts notice not to give any credit on his account without his written order, Savannah, Ga
Savannah Republican Saturday, Jan 02, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Page: 3

1808 Jan 19 – notice of 1807 defaulters in Savannah published, includes names of John Harrison, John Adam Keller, Caleb Harrison.
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Jan 19, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 3

1808 Jan 29 – in Savannah Ga, James Harrison late of NC, made oath that Dr. D B Potter was of orderly character and good character when in NC 2 years acqainted then in NC – in response to a James G Lemmon paragraph a few months past
Columbian Museum Friday, Jan 29, 1808 Savannah, GA Page: 3

1808 Mar 29 – Notice of Sher sale of land 50 acres adjacnt to land of Martha Harrison north in Brunswick, Glynn Co, Ga
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Mar 29, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 38 Page: 4

1808 Aug 27 – Clement Harrison has broken out of jail and escaped in Augusta, Ga.
Savannah Republican Saturday, Aug 27, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 102 Page: 3

1808 Aug 30 – those having claims agt est of John Harrison, of St Simons, decd, requested to present them. By Thomas Muse admin, Glynn Co, Ga
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Aug 30, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 108 Page: 3

1808 Aug 30 – those indebted to est of Martha Harrison, of St Simons, decd, requested to make immediate payment. By Thomas Muse admin, Glynn Co, Ga
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Aug 30, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 108 Page: 3

1808 Aug 30 – re escape of Clem Harrison from Augusta gaol, had been delivered by Sher to a guard to take to Columbia Co, Ga for trial
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Aug 30, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 108 Page: 3

1808 Sep 6 – Clem Harrison found guilty of murder of Mr. Critcher, executed yesterday in Columbia Co, Ga
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Sep 06, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 106 Page: 3

1808 Oct 28 – in McIntosh County, Ga – Admin sale of the personal property of the late William Harrison decd
Persons indebted to estate of Mr. William Harrison, decd requested to make immediate payment, by John Hutson, adminr.
Columbian Museum Friday, Oct 28, 1808 Savannah, GA Page: 4

1808 Nov 10 – 1808 notice of tax defaulters includes Caleb Harrison, John Harrison, George Keller estate, John A Keller
Savannah Republican Thursday, Nov 10, 1808 Savannah, GA Vol: VI Issue: 134 Page: 4

1809 May 11 – notice of admrs sale of 190 acres on St. Simons Island in Glyn Co, Ga belonging to James Harrison decd estate
Savannah Republican Thursday, May 11, 1809 Savannah, GA Vol: VII Issue: 56 Page: 4

1809 Sep 10 – Caleb Harrison posts “Strayed or Stolen” for a horse, with reward of 5 dollars if recovered
Savannah Republican Sunday, Sep 10, 1809 Savannah, GA Vol: VII Issue: 106 Page: 3

1810 Apr 5 – List of letters at Savannah post office includes letter for Capt. William Harrison
Savannah Republican Thursday, Apr 05, 1810 Savannah, GA Vol: VIII Issue: 41 Page: 2

1811 Nov 12 – Georgia, LS, Edmund Roberts clerk of ordinary} … for the county of Chatham …. whereas John Haupt, applies for letters of admin on the estate and effects of Thomas Harrison, decd, on behalf of the next of kin and creditors … to file their objections (if any …) …
The Republican ; and Savannah evening ledger. (Savannah, Ga.) 1807-1816, November 12, 1811, Image 2
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1811 Nov 19 – Maj. Harrison praised for his battalion’s response to a conflict in Savannah involving French and Privateers
Savannah Republican Tuesday, Nov 19, 1811 Savannah, GA Vol: IX Issue: 139 Page: 3

1816 Dec 24 – Regimental Orders. The Officers of the 35th Regiment are hereby ordered to wear crape, on the left arm, for 30 days on the occasion of the death of our gallant and much beloved Col, George G. Nowlan. William Harrison, Maj. 2d Bat. 35th Reg’t, Ga. Militia.
Savannah republican. (Savannah, Ga.) 1816-1818, December 24, 1816, Image 3
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1817 Sept 9 – Regimental Orders, Chatham County, Sep 5, 1817 … crape on left arm for 30 days … in memory of our eminent statesman, Peter Early …
William Harrison, Lieut Col 35th Regt, Georgia Militia.
Savannah republican. (Savannah, Ga.) 1816-1818, September 09, 1817, Image 3
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1829 Nov 27 – Married… on Thurs eve 19th ins, by the Rev. William Harrison, Mr Frederick Womack to Miss Lydia Loveley, both of Effingham County.
The Georgian. (Savannah, Ga.) 1829-1835, November 27, 1829, Image 2
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1832 Aug 30 – “At a meeting of the Citizens of Chatham County … Weds 29 Aug …. object of the meeting … to devise measures to resist the operation of the Tariff … and express the feelings and sentiments of this community …. a committee of 7 be appointed by the Chairman to draft Resolutions. The Chairman then appointed, Judge, John C Nicoll, Col. M Myers, Col. Joseph W. Jackson, Col. William Harrison, John P. Williamson, Joseph Cumming, S B Parkman.
Daily Savannah republican. (Savannah, Ga.) 1829-1839, August 30, 1832, Image 2
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1833 May 9 – “Georgia, Chatham County … To all whom it may concern … William Marshall, Admin of Jane Duris, late of Chatham County, decd has applied …. to be dismissed from said admin…
Witness the Hon. William Harrison one of the Justices of the said Court, the 8th day of May AD 1833…
Daily Savannah republican. (Savannah, Ga.) 1829-1839, May 09, 1833, Image 4
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Marriage bonds, etc

1784 Feb 12 – The United States, Dr. to Sundry persons, viz:

To Gilbert Harrison, for a large yawl taken from him for the use of the Congress Galley, L 17-13-4
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State p. 138 Liberty County, Georgia
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1784 Aug 5 – The United States, DR. to Robert Harrison for sundry articles of Forage and provisions and Horses for the Quarter Masters Dept, L58-11-2.
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State p. 152. State Rev. War Pay Roll. Georgia.
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1785 July 4 – Samuel King married to Ann Harrison. Charles White on bond. Liberty County, Georgia
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State
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1787 May 9 – 1788 May 13 – John Bradwell. Mother Hannah Bradwell’s body to be removed to Midway. Exrs: brothers Thomas and William Gwin Bradwell. Wit: John Jackson, William Harrison, Margaret Dunham. Liberty County, Georgia
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State. p. 20
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1788 – John Blackwood gave bond to John Mark Verdier, George Smith, Josiah Smith, Daniel DeSaussure and Edward Darrell, of SC, (merchants) and to Galen Brownson. In 1792 Thomas Harrison becomes attorney for above against John Blackwood. Liberty County, Georgia
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State. p. 74
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1788 Joseph Harrison and wife Sarah (Pearce). Effingham County, Georgia. p. 65
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State
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1790 Gilbert Harrison’s bond for Inn Keeper. Chaburn Hinson, Security. Renewed 1792.
1793 Elizabeth Harrison pet for Inn Keeper. Claburn Hinson, Security. (prob. widow of Gilbert).
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State. p. 102 Liberty County, Georgia.
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1791 Nov – Bond of Joseph Still, Gilbert Harrison, and Jonathan Holden, mariner. The said Joseph Still is “removing privately ou of the state or absconds and conceals himself”, etc. Liberty County, Georgia
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State. p. 86
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1795 Gilbert Harrison v. Charles Barnet. Liberty County, Georgia
Annals of Georgia : important early records of the State. p. 58
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