Garda Hodgson Photo Deon Rasmussen Photo


Born in 1729, in Brunswick County, Virginia

By Garda M. Hodgson

To get into the book, click on a link below:
Navigation Bar for book - Descendants of Isaac Harris
Foreword   |   Contents   |   Isaac Beginnings   |   Part I - William   |   Part II - John   |   Part III - Wooten   |   Part IV - Benjamin
Part V - Elizabeth   |   Part VI - Mary   |   Part VII - Reuben   |   Part VIII - Zachariah   |   Part IX - Alexander Rhodes

Here you can:   1. Order the book on CD-ROM;     2. Sign up for the Harris Family Newsletter.   (Still delayed, see note.)
Special Note:   See table of Contents for webpages not included in the Navigation Bar
-- such as Addenda, Conventions used in the book, Glossary, and Appendix.
Garda Moulton Hodgson, author of this online book on the descendants of Isaac Harris, began working with her sister, L. Deon Moulton Rasmussen when they were both young women. Deon, the older sister, took the lead in this research effort that extended virtually to the end of her life. In her later years, Deon turned over the entire project to Garda, who now has completed it, and turned the results of their combined research into this online book.

Descendants of Isaac Harris should find this collection of well-documented information very useful in tracing their family roots.

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Cover Page layout completed May 31, 2006, revised July 31, 2007 to encode e-mail address, revised March 1, 2008 to reflect update status. Updates fix errors in hotlinks and correct some minor typgraphical errors. The only update since 2/2008 was done 6/1/09, to add an explanatory note to the mailing list order form. A compilation of addenda suggested by family members is planned for the future.

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