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From: mclambe(a)netscape.net <mclambe(a)netscape.net>
To: IADAVIS-L(a)rootsweb.com <IADAVIS-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2001 5:34 AM
Subject: [IADAVIS-L] Jacob Harris 1846 Perry Township, Davis Co.
>My Jacob Harris and family came to Iowa from Hardin Co. KY
>Jacob Harris born 11-04-1810 somewhere in Ky. Searching for any info on
parents, siblings, or other relatives. Jacob married Eliza Jane Slack Oct.
3, 1833. Witness at their wedding was her step-father, Thomas Cofer.
Children that we know of are: Susan Amanda born approx. 1836? Hardin Co.,
Ky., Harriet Ann born 4-15-1838 Hardin Co, Ky., William B.born approx. 1840?
Hardin Co, Ky, Matilda born approx. 1843? Hardin Co, Ky, John O. born
approx. 1844? Hardin Co, Ky, Richard W. born 8-1850 Iowa, Hinson W. born
1853? Iowa, Emma E. born 1856? Iowa, James W. born 2-18-1858 Iowa. Jacob
Harris died 10-5-1894 at Eldon, Ia. and is buried there. John M. Harris was
Jacob Harris' neighbor in the 1840 Kentucky Hardin County census. Who is
John M. Harris?
>Approx. in 1846, Jacob and family moved to Iowa. They show up in Perry
township of Davis County and they also show up in Taylor County, Iowa and
some connections in Jefferson county. Jacob died 10-05-1894 at Eldon
(Wapello County), Iowa. Any info would be appreciated. Susan Amanda Harris
>married Henry T. Mendenhall, 10-16-1857 she died 3-12-1862 buried at Shunam
>cemetery Perry township. Harriet Ann Harris married Peter Roby Gibbons
3-17-1857 they went to Nez Perce, Idaho. Matilda married J. L. Dodd. John O.
Harris married ??.Hinson Harris married ??. Emma Harris married James
Scott,Eldon Ia. James Wyatt Harris married Florence Jesse Loope August 2nd,
1887 at Boone Co. Ia. Thanks, Mike Lamb
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My great grandfather was Richard Grinstead born in Warren, County, KY in
1923, died in Bloomfield 1884. His son Josiah was born in 1855 in Perry
Township in Davis, County. My father, Carl Joseph was born in 1993-or 03 in
Davis, County. I am trying to learn whether Kentuckians were leaving because
of the slavery question. I know that a church group left Tennessee to go to
Louisa County, Iowa
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