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Eunice Mae Boice Harrison
Eunice Mae Boice Harrison
This was her obituary photo.  
 
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Eunice May Harrison Obit
Eunice May Harrison Obit
Funeral service for Eunice May Harrison, 90, of Lawton will be at 2:30 on Saturday, November 21, 2009 at Lawton Ritter Gray Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Paul Eversole, District Moderator of Bible Missionary Church, Duncan, Oklahoma officiating.

Mrs. Harrison died on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 in Lawton.

Burial will be at Flowermound Cemetery, Lawton, Oklahoma.

There will be a special viewing and visitation for family and friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday, November 20, 2009 at the funeral home.

Eunice was born on December 10, 1918 in Lawton, Oklahoma to Roe and Mattie Belle (Biryd) Boice. She grew up in Lawton and worked in the ship yards. She married Joe Harrison in 1947 in Lawton. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by two daughters, Helen Crose, and Ellen Byers, both of Lawton; her grandchildren, Vince and Ryan Ming, Dewayne and Stacey Hervey, Joe and Melissa Hervey, Baron Long, Little Tim Marshall, Tyson Marshall, and Tammy Hervey; her great grandchildren, Kariel and Keaton Ming, Madison White, Joe and Josh Hervey.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Joe; and two daughters, Sherry Hervey and Marcia Marshall. 
 
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History of the Harrison Name
History of the Harrison Name
 
 
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History of the Hennessee Name
History of the Hennessee Name
 
 
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History of the McGregor Name and Clan
History of the McGregor Name and Clan
 
 
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Lineage of the McGregors of Warren County, Tennessee
Lineage of the McGregors of Warren County, Tennessee
The following is derived from research done by Mary Elizabeth Barnes for The Wiseman Family and Allied Lines by Eugene M Wiseman, now deceased. You can see Mary's autobiography and research in the history section of this website.  
 
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The Hayes-Hays connection to the Harrison and Hennessee families.
The Hayes-Hays connection to the Harrison and Hennessee families.
I just recently learned of the Hayes connection to the Harrison and Hennessee family when I located the family of my Great Great Grandmother Mary Hayes who married Archibald Hugh Hennessee. Because she was buried with hundreds of our family at Pecan Cemetery in my home town of Lawton, Oklahoma, I knew for about twenty years that her name was Mary but I didn’t know her last name was Hayes until just a few years ago. When I learned that the entire Hayes family is so essential to locating my other grandparents, I decided it was important to do quite a bit of research into the Hayes family. If you are a Harrison or Hennessee from Oklahoma…these Hayes are your Grandparents also.

The following information was quoted from Wiseman Family and Allied Lines. This researchers notes were added and are italicized . I have also received numerous documents supporting this information from Mary Elizabeth Barnes from Warren County, Tennessee which will be added at a later date.
 
 
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The Laurence Name
The Laurence Name
The Laurence family has been connected to the Harrison and Hennessee families since the mid 1800s in Warren County, Tennessee. There has been much confusion of the spelling of the name, even within the Laurence family, and I therefore felt it was important to have a place for the research and clairification of the Laurence name.