|Patrick Harrison (#47476266)|
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Born in Canton, Mississippi, graduated from Canton High School 1954, went to USAF, then to University of Houston, Adelphi University, Stephen F. Austin State University. Retired, now living in Staunton, Virginia. My Harrisons arrived in Deasonville, Yazoo County, Ms., in 1835, my other lines arrived in Monroe County around 1818.|
I have two Harrisons who were Burgesses in early Williamsburg, have 9 revolutionary ancestors approved by the Sons of American Revolution, belong to Sons of the Revolution, two ancestors approved by Society of War of 1812, one ancestor Colonel who fought in the French and Indian Wars, and the revolution at the Battle of Kings Mountain, approved by the Society of Colonial Wars, early ancestors approved by National Society of Sons and Daughters of Pilgrims, (they don’t approve you in these organizations unless you can document your claim) 15th cousin 4 times removed to Robert E. Lee, we share a common ancestor in King Edward I, and all the English kings before that including Alfred the Great and the Saxon Kings, 25th cousin 3 times removed from Queen Elizabeth II, cousin to Charles, Harry, William, cousin to Kate Middleton through another line, also descendant of King Duncan of Scotland and Queen “Saint” Margaret. In fact I have six ancestors claimed as Saints in the Catholic Church. Descendant of William the Conqueror and Charlemagne, etc., etc., Dukes, Earls, Marques, kings of France and Spain and early German monarchs. Distant cousin to George Washington
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|Linda||Barron from Sturgis|
I found the photo you posted and a BIG THANKS to you. I love anything like that. It helps to make the memorial more personal. Keep up the good work!!!
Added by Linda on Sep 13, 2012 7:59 AM
|Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo||RE: James Todd - Jennie Buchanan|
I did know that James Todd died in Ohio but my understanding was that Jennie died in Tennessee before James relocated to Ohio. However, I have no proof of that. I assumed since I believed that she died in Tennessee that she would be buried with her parents and brother at the Mill
I have been to the Mill Creek Cemetery and there are very few markers and many of those are broken and unreadable.
I would love to have a copy of the letter that you have. Thank you for offering to share it. Send it to me at email@example.com.
The Todd-Buchannan's are actually my husband's relatives not mine.
From your note, if I am understanding correctly, you believe she is probably buried in Ohio because of James's death in Ohio. Is that correct? If neither of us have proof of where she died, would you be happier if I changed her burial location to unknown but possibly in Ohio or Tennessee?
Let me know.
Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo