Abt 1714 - 1787 (~ 73 years)
||William Harrison  |
||Gloucester Co, New Jersey
||Gloucester, Gloucester Co, New Jersey, USA
|Captain, 2nd Battalion, Gloucester |
||Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co, New Jersey, USA
||Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania, USA 
||27 Jul 2008 |
||William Harrison, Sr., b. 1688, New Hanover, Burlington Co, New Jersey , d. 1762, Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co, New Jersey (Age 74 years) |
||Ann Hugg, b. 1690, of Gloucester Co, New Jersey , d. From 1720 to 1722 (Age 30 years) |
||Abt Apr 1710
||Haddonfield Mtg, Haddonfield, Gloucester Co, New Jersey 
- DATE: Ancestral File lists marriage date as 16 Aug 1290 which is obviously incorrect.
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Martha Bowlby, b. 17 Mar 1750, d. 8 Nov 1842, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania, USA (Age 92 years) |
||1 Apr 1769
||Christ Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania
- MARRIAGE: Record not identified in online transcribed records for Christ Church
| ||1. Priscilla Harrison, b. 5 Sep 1770, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Maria Harrison, b. 16 Nov 1772, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. William Harrison, III, b. 28 Oct 1774, d. 28 May 1841 (Age 66 years)|
| ||4. Nancy Washington Harrison, b. 6 May 1777, Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co, New Jersey, USA , d. 5 Apr 1785 (Age 7 years)|
|+||5. Joseph Harrison, b. 25 Nov 1778, Gloucester Co, New Jersey, USA , d. 6 Dec 1858 (Age 80 years)|
| ||6. Thomas Bowlby Harrison, b. 25 Nov 1778, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||7. Samuel Harrison, b. 17 Jan 1781, d. Yes, date unknown|
||20 Jun 2007 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Christ Church [24 Mar 2006]|
Photo of the south side of Christ Church at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Bernardhus Van Leer and Mary BRANSON were married here in 1734. Johann Georg von Löhr and Rebecca MATHER were married here in 1738. Noah Wells and Mary HARRISON were married here in 1746. The church continues being open to the public daily 9AM-5PM and offers services Sundays at 9AM and 11AM and Wednesdays at 12PM. Taken by Chad G. Nichols
||Christ Church, Interior [24 Mar 2006]|
Photo of the interior of Christ Church at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Bernardhus Van Leer and Mary BRANSON were married here in 1734. Johann Georg von Löhr and Rebecca MATHER were married here in 1738. Noah Wells and Mary HARRISON were married here in 1746. The pews are originals, #70 belong to Benjamin Franklin, #58/60 belonged to President George Washington, and another belonged to Betsy Ross. Taken by Chad G. Nichols
- MILITARY: Veteran of the Revolutionary War. William was Captain of militia, company raised at own expense, in Colonel Joseph Ellis' regiment during the Revolutionary War.
BURIAL: There is a listing at findagrave.com for William Harrison, New Jersey, Capt Anderson's Co, Revolutionary War, 1729 - 17__ at Rahway Cemetery, Rahway, Union Co, New Jersey; Also near this burial is Isaac Harrison (1746-1787), likely his son, who also served in the Revolutionary War.
- [S756] Nichols Online Library, Digital Documents Researched and Scanned by Chad Nichols & Relatives, Nichols, Chad G., (Catalogue of over 40,000 relatives with more than 5,000 of them having documentation to support their place in the family tree. Some recent generation surnames include Anderson, Broman, Campbell, Cloward, Conder, Dutson, Ericksen, Farmer, Holyoak, Kump, Kylen, Mendenhall, Nichols, Nielson, O'Donnell, Richardson, Roberts, Shelley, Stone, and Walker. Most ancestors are from England, Denmark, Sweden, and Germany.
7783 S 4950 W
West Jordan, UT 84081
USA) (Reliability: 3).
Christ Church - 003342, 003343
- [S739] New Jersey Index to Wills, Inventories, Etc., vol. II, (Book is published online at ancestry.com, dbid = 48598) (Reliability: 3).
[Research by Chad G. Nichols, p. 548]
1814H. B, 34, p. 443. Int. 1792.
- [S154] Early Church Records of Gloucester County, New Jersey, Meldrum, Charlotte & Launey, John Pitts, (Westminster, Maryland : Willow Bend Books, 1995 (2002, 3rd printing)) (Reliability: 3).
[p 65, 10 Apr 1710 Transcription by Chad G. Nichols]
--Second Time Marriage Declarations of Intention-- (marriage normally took place about two months afterwards)
2nd mo, 10th da, 1710. William Harrison, son of Samuel and Sarah (Hunt) Harrison and Ann Hugg, dau of John, Jr., and Priscilla (Collins) Hugg. James Dilke and Ann Barker.