Nacy (Harris) Lemasters

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updated February 06, 2019
Nacy Harris Lemasters was born into the Harris family and married into the LeMasters family.


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William Harris
Born: around 1669
Almeda Harris
May 22, 1792 - Sep 11, 1865
Samuel Harris
1646 - November 1678
Martha Taylor Gilliam Harris
Feb 3, 1786 - May 14, 1860
Lewis Harris
around 1730 - June 1784
Elizabeth Harris
around 1744 - 1818
Robert Edgerton Harris
Nov 24, 1758 - May 20, 1843
Joseph Harris
1718 - 1797

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