Person:Phebe Harrison (3)

m. 1720
  1. Zebulon HarrisonABT 1721 - 1792
  2. John Harrison, Jr.1722-1728 - BEF 1763
  3. Phebe Harrisonabt 1726 - 1807
  4. Ann Harrison1730 - 1805
  5. Col. Reuben HarrisonABT 1731 - 1807
m. 1753
  1. Thomas Moore1754-1768 -
  2. Capt. Reuben Moore1755 - 1803
  3. Lucretia Moore1766 - aft 1844
Facts and Events
Name Phebe Harrison
Alt Name Phoebe Harrison
Gender Female
Birth? abt. 1726 Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York
Marriage Abt. 1745 Prob. Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New Yorkto Maj. Daniel Davisson, III, of Smith's Creek, Augusta County, VA
Marriage 1753 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Thomas Moore, of Smith's Creek, Augusta County, VA
Death? 1807 Rockingham County, Virginia

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


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Records of Phebe Harrison in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Dunkanson vs. Moore--O. S. 158; N. S. 56--Bill, 31st August, 1804. Complainants are, viz: Thomas Dunkenson and Lucretia, his wife, daughter of Thomas Moore, of Rockingham. Thomas Moore died intestate; left widow, Phebe, and children, viz: Thomas, John, Reuben, and oratrix. Reuben is dead. Defendants are, viz: Thomas, John and Phebe Moore, Moses Walton and Elizabeth, his wife, one of the children and heirs of Reuben Moore, deceased. Thomas, Reuben and Sarah and Ann Moore, infants and orphans of Reuben and Phebe Moore, widow and relict of Reuben. David Harnett was uncle of Reuben; had married Reuben's aunt. Obediah Layton, aged 60 years, deposes 1800. Jacob Rambo deposes in Shenandoah. Thomas Loker's wife was half-sister to Thomas Dunkenson.