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Harrison, Ann, 1623-1689


  • [Ann Harrison was married to James Harrison on July 1, 1655 in England. The family of James Harrison and Ralph Pemberton left Bolton, Lancashire, England for the colonies in September 1682 on the ship "Submission." They were settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania by the spring of 1683.]
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    • Harrison, Anne, 1623-1689
    • Harrison, Anne Heath
    • Heath, Anne
    • Heath, Ann, 1623-1689
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1623-02-13
    • Death Date

        1689-03-05
    • Has Affiliation

    • Associated Locale

        Lancashire (England)
    • Associated Language

        English
  • Additional Related Forms

    • Pemberton family
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  • Sources

    • found: PRINT Migration Network: Pemberton Correspondence. 1641-1880.letter dated 1655 from Ann Harrison to James Harrison, page 2 (OCoLC)1242425810
    • found: University of Central Florida, Showcase of Text, Archives, Research & Scholarship (STARS) website, viewed March 19, 2021:Pemberton Correspondence Transcriptions, James Harrison, Ann Harrison, June 22, 1677, page 2 (James Harrison 4 mo 12 1677 to Anne Harrison [Ann Harrison] Boulton [Bolton, Lancashire]) - https://stars.library.ucf.edu/printmigrationnetwork-pemberton-transcriptions/22/
    • found: Bolton Mansion website, viewed March 19, 2021 :History of the Pemberton Family (Phineas Pemberton was William Penn's chief administrator in Bucks County and Falls Township's most prominent citizen. He and his father-in-law, James Harrison and his own father Ralph Pemberton and families arrived from Bolton, Lancashire, England in 1682 on the ship 'SUBMISSION.' They settled on 300 acres opposite Bordentown, NJ, on the bend of the Delaware River just below Biles Island and the 13 farms shown on the 1690 map, and just outside the tract of Pennsbury that Penn reserved for himself... [Phineas] Pemberton was the presiding officer of the annual gathering of Quakers, known as Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends... From Pennsbury Manor cemetary... within these walls are buried AGNES - Wife of Immanuel Harrison Born 1601 - Died August 6, 1687. Her Son - JAMES HARRISON Born 1628 - Died October 6, 1687. His wife - ANNE (HEATH) HARRISON, Born February 13, 1623 - 24 - Died March 5, 1689 - 90*...) - https://boltonmansion.org/history-of-the-pemberton-family/
    • found: WikiTree, viewed March 19, 2021:Anne (Heath) Harrison (1623 - 1689) (Anne Harrison formerly Heath, Born 13 Feb 1623... Wife of James Harrison - married 1 Jul 1655 in England. Mother of Phoebe (Harrison) Pemberton. Died 5 Mar 1689 in Pennsylvania) - https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Heath-5756
    • found: Wikidata, viewed March 19, 2021:Ann Harrison (Q102116821) (date of birth 1623. date of death 1689. WikiTree person ID Heath-5756) - https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q102116821
  • General Notes

    • [Ann Harrison was married to James Harrison on July 1, 1655 in England. The family of James Harrison and Ralph Pemberton left Bolton, Lancashire, England for the colonies in September 1682 on the ship "Submission." They were settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania by the spring of 1683.]
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    • 2021-10-12: new
    • 2021-10-13: revised
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