Person:Zebulon Harrison (1)

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m. 1720
  1. Zebulon HarrisonABT 1721 - 1792
  2. John Harrison, Jr.1722-1728 - BEF 1763
  3. Ann Harrison1726-1740 -
  4. Phebe Harrisonabt 1726 - 1807
  5. Col. Reuben HarrisonABT 1731 - 1807
m. 23 JUL 1747
  1. Phel Harrison1747-1755 -
  2. John HarrisonABT 1749 - 1788
  3. Gideon Harrisonabt 1751 - 1797
  4. Phoebe HarrisonBEF 1754 -
  5. Josiah Harrisonabt 1757 -
  6. Zebulon HarrisonBEF 1761 - AFT 1811
  7. Maj. Robert HarrisonBEF 1761 - 1838
  8. Mary 'Polly' HarrisonABT 1764 -
  9. Margaret HarrisonABT 1765 - 1830
  10. Rutha Harrison1768 -
Facts and Events
Name Zebulon Harrison
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1721 Long Island, New York
Marriage 23 JUL 1747 Morristown, New Jerseyto Margaret Cravens
Death? 1792 Lacey Springs, Augusta (later Rockingham) County, Virginia

Zebulon Harrison was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 253.—22d August, 1749. Daniel Davison, yeoman, and Phoebe, to Zebulon Harrison, yeoman. Daniel James's branch. Delivered: John Harrison, November, 1756. 46 acres patented to Daniel Davison, 25th September, 1746. Witnesses: John Denton and John Phillips. Teste: John Den- ton, Jr., Robert Breckenridge, John Phillips.
  • Page 258.—22nd August, 1749. Same as above (Daniel Davison, yeoman, and Phoebe, to Zebulon Harrison, yeoman). Phoebe, wife of Daniel, on Smith's Creek. Stephen Howorth's line. 156 acres, patented to Daniel, 25th September, 1746.
  • Page 152 - Zebulon Harrison, 84 acres, Smiths Creek. Adjoining John Harrison, Reuben Harrison. Mayu 30, 1769. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 54].
  • Page 152 - Zebulon Harrison, 250 ares, East side of Smith's Creek. Adjoining John Needham, and his own land. June 1, 1769. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 55].
  • Page 152 - Zebulon Harrison, 136 acres on east side of Smiths Creek. Adjoining Canols old tract. June 1, 1769. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 55].
  • Page 180 - Zebulon Harrison, 110 acres, Smiths Creek. Adjoining his own patent. May 2, 1771. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 65].
  • Page 23 - Zebulon Harrison, 137 acres, South side of Smiths Creek. Adjoining McGlamiries and near Phillips line. April 5, 1782. Entry made by Harrison November 17, 1770, for 200 acres. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 104-105].


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 738.--21st November, 1764. Zebulon ( ) Harrison and Reubin Harrison, executors of John Harrison, deceased, to Jacob Peters, £90, 400; acres on a branch of South Branch of Potomac called West Fork of Mill Creek. Delivered: Moses Hinkle, 31st July, 1793. (Note: John Harrison mentioned in this record was the brother of Zebulon and Reuben Harrison).
  • Page 187.--21st May, 1771. Zebulon ( ) and Reuben Harrison to Robert Dickey, £30, 18 acres patented to John Harrison, deceased, 26th July, 1765, and by him devised to grantors, said Harrison's land. Delivered: Robert Dickey, April, 1773. (Note: John Harrison mentioned in this record was the brother of Zebulon and Reuben Harrison).

Records of Zebulon Harrison in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Muster List of Augusta County - Capt. Peter Shoull's List: Peter Shoull, Captain; And. Burd, Lieutenant; Math. Skeens, Ensign; Abram Harden, John Hill, Johnath Burley, John Harison, Georg. Clemens, Wm. Halimes, Zebulun Harrison, Jno. Davis, Jno. Taylor, Joseph Burley, William White, Isaac Lotos, Wm. Sherral, Valante Severe, John Cumberland, Jacob Jacobs, Thos. Moor, Stephanes Haveworth, Jas. Haveworth, John Beeson, Steph. Howard, Absolom Howard, Joseph Howard, John Benson, Benj. Hames (Haines), John Harrison, Thos. Lowker, Griffiths Thomas, John White, Adam Sherral, Rob. Caldwal, John Miller, Will Brizes (Briges), Wm. Carrel, John Hodg, Absolom Haveworth, John Haveworth.



Information on Zebulon Harrison

Zebulon HARRISON 1718 - ABT 1792 Repository ID Number: I15

OCCUPATION: Peter Scholl's Militia On Smith's Creek

RESIDENCE: NY > Sussex Co., DE > Augusta > Rockingham Co., VA Abt 1737

BIRTH: 1718, Smithtown, Long Island, NY DEATH: ABT 1792, Rockingham Co., VA BURIAL: Lacey Springs, VA RESOURCES: See: [S24] [S67] [S224] Father: John HARRISON Sr. Mother: Phebe (Phoebe)

Family 1 : Margaret CRAVENS MARRIAGE: 23 Jul 1747, Morristown, NJ + John HARRISON

 Zebulon HARRISON Jr. 

+ Robert HARRISON

 Phoebe HARRISON 
 Josiah HARRISON 
 Polly HARRISON 
 Neomia HARRISON 
 Rutha HARRISON 

+ Margaret HARRISON + Gideon HARRISON

 Isaiah HARRISON 

Notes Married his cousin while on a trip from Augusta Co, the dau of Robert Cravens, Sr & Mary Harrison. Rev Timothy Jones lst pastor of the lst Presbyterian Ch of Morristown officiating.

He settled on Smith's Creek near his father and patented land 814 acres. Rev War support for furnishing supplies horses, cattle, corn, hay , rations, etc.

A pillar in the early Smith's and Linville Creek Baptist Church. His wife , Margaret Cravens Harrison, mentioned in church 1795 church records.

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