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Audley M Harrison Jr Death Record
Audley M Harrison Jr Death Record
Audley M Harrison Jr Death Record from Ancestory.com 
 
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Charles Audley Harrison, WW I Draft Registration Card
Charles Audley Harrison, WW I Draft Registration Card
Charles Audley Harrison, WW I Draft Registration Card, signed 5 Jun 1914 
 
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Families of Cabarrus County, North Carolina
Families of Cabarrus County, North Carolina
RESEARCH DOCUMENT USED IN TRYING TO LOCATE WILLIAM M HAYES SR'S FATHER.

Families of Cabarrus County, North Carolina 1792-1815, page 69. This page has highlighted in blue "North Carolina" and several references to "Hays" and "Patrick Hays". It mentions Patrick Hayes moving to Warren County, Tennessee before 1808 and other references to areas of my research. The HAYES are connected to our family and a Hayes married Archibald Hugh Hennessee and is buried a Pecan Cemetery in Oklahoma with our family. I will have to do further research on this.

I found a deed from about this time where the part filled out by the court or writer spelled the name Patrick HAYS, however it is signed by William and Frances HAYES. This must have been a comon mistake back then. 
 
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Frances A Rodgers Harrison - Death Certificate
Frances A Rodgers Harrison - Death Certificate
Frances A Rodgers Harrison - Death Certificate 4 Feb 1994 
 
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Harrison Lineage DNA Proof
Harrison Lineage DNA Proof
Harrison Lineage 31 DNA proof updated 29 May 2012 showing our relationship back to Thomas S Harrison Sr and the Harrison's of Staffordshire, England. 
 
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Hennessee - A Book of Family Recipes - Compiled by Claudia Hennessee Eschler
Hennessee - A Book of Family Recipes - Compiled by Claudia Hennessee Eschler
Dedicated to our mother who gave us the love of God's good produce and the delight of picking fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden to prepare the family meal. Mother's garden was a practical means of feeding her family on a tight budget but more than that, it was her gift of love for us that nourished and fed our spirits as well. Preparation of a meal was one of those joyous memories that binds our family together. Mother was the Queen of her kitchen and we were her little helpers, even to the end. - Coletta Hennessee Allison - Claudia Hennessee Eschler - Patrick Hennessee 
 
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Hennessee Family History
Hennessee Family History
Hennessee Family History, by D A Hennessee, pages 1 through 99. This file is a VERY LARGE PDF file to download. 
 
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Hennessee Family History
Hennessee Family History
Hennessee Family History, by D A Hennessee, pages 99 through end. This file is a VERY LARGE PDF file to download. 
 
9
Isaac N Woods POW Parole
Isaac N Woods POW Parole
Isaac N Woods Civil War POW Parole, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 10 Jul 1863 
 
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Kermit M Cagle - Death Record
Kermit M Cagle - Death Record
Kermit M Cagle - California Death Index Record 
 
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Last Will & Testament of James Hennessee
Last Will & Testament of James Hennessee
Last Will & Testament of James Hennessee of the County of Warren and the State of Tennessee. James was the father of all of the Hennessee families that moved to Warren County, Tennessee and on to Texas County, Missouri, Comanche and Stephens County, Oklahoma and many counties in Texas. 
 
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Laura E Harrison Obituary
Laura E Harrison Obituary
Laura E Harrison Obituary written by her son Alph Harrison who she was living with at the time of her death in Lawrence Township, Comanche County, Oklahoma. 
 
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Marriage Record Daniel Clifton and Lydia Taylor
Marriage Record Daniel Clifton and Lydia Taylor
Marriage Record Daniel Clifton and Lydia Taylor 1883 in Texas 
 
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Marriage Record Thomas Hennessee and Nelley Hayes
Marriage Record Thomas Hennessee and Nelley Hayes
Marriage Record Thomas Hennessee and Nelley Hayes
10 Mar 1856 - Warren County, Tennessee 
 
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Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Deed Book, page 68
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Deed Book, page 68
RESEARCH DOCUMENT USED IN TRYING TO LOCATE WILLIAM M HAYES SR'S FATHER.

This is a deed between Patrick and William HAYS but is signed by William and Frances HAYES. This must have been a comon mistake back then. 
 
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Oliver Preston Cagle, Social Security Death Index Card
Oliver Preston Cagle, Social Security Death Index Card
Oliver Preston Cagle, Social Security Death Index Card 
 
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Residence of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina 1762-1790, page 152
Residence of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina 1762-1790, page 152
RESEARCH DOCUMENT USED IN TRYING TO LOCATE WILLIAM M HAYES SR'S FATHER.

This book list many HAYS that were living in this county but all of the documents are actually signed HAYES. This must have been a comon mistake back then.

 
 
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Settlement of the Estate of Richmond McGregor
Settlement of the Estate of Richmond McGregor
Settlement of the Estate of Richmond McGregor is important to our family research because it list the heirs Audley Harrison as well as Richmond and Mary Mears GcGregor.

The legal document lists: William McGregor, Alfred McGregor, Philip McGregor, Sarah McGregor, William Stiles and wife Mahala Stiles, formerly Mahala McGregor, Thomas Hennessee and wife Nelly, formerly Nelly Hays, Calhoun Hays, Mary Hays, Elvira Hays, Jerome Hays, and Luther Hays, the last five named persons, minors under the age limit of twenty one years, and who are children of Elvira Hays now dead, the wife of William Hays and the daughter of said Richmond McGregor, John Grove and wife Sophronia, formerly Sophronia Harrison, Daniel Wiseman and wife Nellie, formerly Nellie Harrison, Harrison Smith and wife Virginia, formerly Virginia Harrison, Archibald Hennessee and wife Nancy, formerly Nancy Harrison, Frank Smith and wife Millie, formerly Millie Harrison, William Jennings and wife Julia, formerly Julia Harrison, Patrick Hennessee and wife Hannah, formerly Hannah Harrison, Alexander Harrison, Audley Harrison, Thomas Harrison, Mary Wiseman, Nellie Wiseman, George Wiseman and Henderson Wiseman, Narred McGregor and wife Nettie, formerly Nettie Harrison, Joseph Harrison, Audley Wiseman and Elizabeth Wiseman, all of who are heirs at law and distributees of Audley Harrison.

Research is currently being done my Mary Elizabeth Barnes in Warren County, Tennessee to verify if the last of the first paragraph is actually Richmond McGregor or Audley Harrison.

Also, it does not make sense legally that Audley sold 76 acres to Rodgers and Mitchell, Rodgers and Mitchell sold it to Richmond McGregor and the court would say Audley's heirs would be responsible for Richmond's debt AND Richmond's heirs have the 76 acres. Hopefully we can locate the original document for this case because it seems something was wrong with transcribing in the past. 
 
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The Audley Harrison House - Cover letter
The Audley Harrison House - Cover letter
This was a letter from J Haley, dated 18 Oct 2006, which was attached to the original brochure of the Audley Harrison House. 
 
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The Audley Harrison House - Original Brochure
The Audley Harrison House - Original Brochure
The Audley Harrison house was built in about 1807 and is still standing, as well as one of the slave houses, at the Warren County, Tennessee Fair Grounds and is currently protected. 
 
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The Audley Harrison House - With family notes added.
The Audley Harrison House - With family notes added.
The Audley Harrison house was built in about 1807 and is still standing, as well as one of the slave houses, at the Warren County, Tennessee Fair Grounds and is currently protected. 
 
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Thomas Harrison and Hanna Dennis Marriage Record
Thomas Harrison and Hanna Dennis Marriage Record
Thomas Harrison and Hanna Dennis Marriage Record from Ancestry.com 
 
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Ulysses A Harrison Draft Registration Card
Ulysses A Harrison Draft Registration Card
Ulysses A Harrison Draft Registration Card signed 12 Sep 1915
It shows he was born 19 Jul 1885, he lived at Rt A Lawton, Oklahoma, he was a farmer and Callie was his wife. 
 
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William B Glasgow Confederate Pension Application
William B Glasgow Confederate Pension Application
William B Glasgow Confederate Pension Application was applied for by Louisa Glasgow and shows she became a widdown on 27 Mar 1925 in Oklahoma. He served in the A 1 Alabama Calvary and he became invalid on 5 Jul 1849 in Mississippi.