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A partial history of the Harrison family.

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A partial history of the Harrison family by Harrison, William, Publication date Topics Harrison family Publisher Marshall, Mo., Progress Print Consists of extracts from various sources Notes.

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(H.P.L.) FAMILY-FORD a Partial Record of the John Ford Family of Marion County, Mississippi. Marion Co. Historical Soc. (H.P.L.) FAMILY-FOX Ancestry of the Fox Family of Richland and Lexington Counties, South Carolina. By Joseph E. Steadman, Sr. (H.P.L.)File Size: 74KB.The Harrison family seat (feudal manor) was in Lancashire, and in Harrison family history the motto "vincit qui patitur" means "he conquers who endures".

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