Ann Harrison

     Ann Harrison married Thomas Rich, son of Richard Rich (of Sheffield) and Cicilia Hall, on 1 June 1617 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Ann was present at Ann Rich's christening on 26 April 1618 in Sheffield, St Peter's, YKS. Anna fil. Tho Riche de Attercliffe..

Children of Ann Harrison and Thomas Rich

Emilie Hume F Harrison

     The marriage of Emilie Hume F Harrison and Charles Boyes Steer, son of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson, was registered in Kensington RD, Middlesex, in the September 1879 quarter. Her sister Lady Arthur Hill was in the music business and wrote the famous Victorian Parlour song "In the Gloaming". She may be the Emilie Steer who married in 1911 in the Chelmsford district.
     Emilie Hume F Harrison and Charles Boyes Steer were recorded on the 1881 census in 19 Hobart Place, London, St George Hanover Square. Charles Boyes STEER, 45, born East Indies, Member GSH Stock Exchange; Emilie Hume STEER, 27, East Indies, Wife; Valentin STEER, 1, St Georges, London, Middlesex, Son; Lidia Mary BROMWELL     Widow, 32,     Guildford, Surrey, Servant, Nurse Monthly; Clara SHAW, unmarried, 28, Kingsland , London, Mdx, Cook; Laura Daines, unmarried, 25, Gt Baddon, Essex, General Servant; Ralph RANDALL, unmarried, 20, Isleworth, Middlesex, General Servant; Elizabeth Ann DOLLIMORE, unmarried, 28, London Marylebone , general servant.

Child of Emilie Hume F Harrison and Charles Boyes Steer

Harry Harrison

Helen Harrison

     Helen Harrison was also known as Ellen in records.
Helen Harrison married Thomas Stanser on 26 December 1733 in St Giles, Hartington, Derbyshire. Thomas Stanserof Earlsterndale, & Hellen Harrison.

Children of Helen Harrison and Thomas Stanser

John Harrison

     John Harrison married Rose Seadon, daughter of Giles Seadon and Ann Sealance, in 1640 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Mary Harrison

(before 1730 - )
     Mary Harrison was born before 1730.
Mary Harrison married David Ryther on 13 December 1747 in Leeds, Yorkshire.

Mary Harrison

     Mary Harrison married Edward Cole on 30 June 1825 in St Pancras. He was a gent in 1834 and a tea dealer in 1838.

Children of Mary Harrison and Edward Cole

Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison

(circa 1868 - September 1966)
     Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison was born circa 1868 in Scotland. She was the daughter of G Denis B Harrison, Clifton, Bristol.
The marriage of Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison and Henry Napier MacRae CBE was registered in Barton Regis RD, England, in the September 1895 quarter.
     Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison and Henry Napier MacRae CBE were recorded on the 1901 census in Houghton, Hampshire. Mildred E N McRae, was listed as wife's sister, 33, born Scotland, with her husband Henry N McRae, 50... Indian Staff Corps, born India and their presumed daughters (visitors) Jessie F L McRae 19, born Kashmir?, India, and Mary F E McRae 4, born India in the household of Edwin (born Sheffield) & Frances (born Ceylon) Firth/Frith.
     Mildred's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1966 in Bullingdon RD, Oxfordshire, England.

Child of Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison and Henry Napier MacRae CBE

Sarah Harrison

(say 1615 - )
     Sarah Harrison was born say 1615.
     Sarah Harrison married Capt Richard Poole as his third wife, on 15 May 1633 in St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham, Sussex.

William Harrison

     William Harrison was also known as William Harris? in records.
William Harrison married Sarah Cocksedge, daughter of Henry Cocksedge and Margaret Unknown, on 11 March 1711/12 in Barningham, Suffolk.

William Harrison

(say 1750 - )
     William Harrison was born say 1750 in Gainsborough.
William Harrison married Mary Stanser, daughter of Matthew Stanser and Ann Waller, on 23 June 1778 in St Peter & St Paul, Sturton le Steeple.

Isabel Harry

( - before July 1540)
     Isabel Harry was born. Isabella HARRY or HARRIS, or HARVEY. She was the daughter of Stephen HARRY. She was the daughter of Stephen Harry.
Isabel Harry married John Hales, son of John Hales, before 1498.
At Westminster. Three weeks from Easter, 13 Henry VII [6 May 1498].
Parties: Nicholas Tufton'* and Moses Pette, querents, and
John Hales and Isabel, his wife, deforciants.
Property:     1 messuage, 3 gardens, 23 acres of land and 6 acres of marsh in Stone and Ebbene in the Isle of Oxne and Feyrfeld'.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John and Isabel have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Moses, as those which Moses and Nicholas have of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Isabel to Nicholas and Moses and the heirs of Moses for ever.
Warranty. For this:     Nicholas and Moses have given them 20 pounds sterling.
Note: [* Written 'Tuston'' in other fines.]
     Isabel was buried before July 1540 in St Mary of Bredne, Canterbury, Kent.

Children of Isabel Harry and John Hales

Stephen Harry

Child of Stephen Harry

Ann Harsley

(before 1675 - before 8 September 1693)
     Ann Harsley was born before 1675 in Lincolnshire, England.
Ann Harsley married John Popplewell, son of John Popplewell and Elizabeth Chadwick, on 16 December 1691 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Ann died before 8 September 1693 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 8 September 1693 in Belton, LIN.

Child of Ann Harsley and John Popplewell

Rachel Hart (Hansen)

(circa 1850 - 13 January 1914)
     Rachel Hart (Hansen) was born circa 1850.
Rachel Hart (Hansen) married Peter MacPherson, son of Paul MacPherson and Jane Emslie, on 4 May 1901 in Christ Church, Maryborough, Victoria. Peter McPherson, bachelor, born Alma, farmer, aged 44, son of Paul McPherson, farmer, & Jane (Emsley). She was a widow (from 1895), aged 51, domestic duties, born Ireland... They were both of Newmarket. Peter signed, Rachel made her mark. Witnessed by ... & James Harris ..
     Rachel died The Maryborough & Dunolly advertiser 14 Jan 1914 page 1-2, reported her death & coronial inqury, Her husband Peter deposed that he had not lived with her for 10-11 years. He was in hospital at the time on 13 January 1914 in the Hospital, Maryborough, Victoria. She was buried on 15 January 1914 in Maryborough. McPherson- At Maryborough, on the 13th inst Rachael, the beloved wife of Peter McPherson. Aged 70 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow (Thursday) leaving the hospital at 3 o'clock for the Maryborough Cemtery.

Aubrey Tulk Hart

(1897 - 1926)
     Aubrey Tulk Hart was born in 1897 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.
     Aubrey died in 1926 in Queensland.

Cedric Roy Hart

(1903 - )
     Cedric Roy Hart was born in 1903 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.

Collin Hume Hart

(1895 - 1895)
     Collin died in 1895 in Queensland. He was born in 1895 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.
     Collin died in 1926 in Queensland.

David Bowker Hart

(circa 1785 - )
     David Bowker Hart was born circa 1785. He was the son of George Hart and Frances Bowker.

Edward Monro Hart

(1862 - 1927)
     Edward Monro Hart was born in 1862 in Queensland.
Edward Monro Hart married Marion Grace Black, daughter of Maurice Hume Black and Maria Frederica Hunn Davies, on 24 January 1893 in St John's, Brisbane, Queensland. HART-HUME BLACK - On the 24th January, at St John's Pro Cathedral, Brisbane, by the Rev A J David, Ohaplain to the Bishop, Edward Monro, eldest son of the late Edward Frederlck Hart, C.E., to Marion Grace, third daughter of tho Hon M Hume Black, MLA, of Mackay No cards. It was a double wedding with her sister Isabel.
The Anglican pro-Cathedral was, on Tuesday, January 24, the scene of the marriage of the third and fourth daughters of the Hon. M. Hume Black, M.L.A., the newly-appointed, special, agent in England-Miss Marion Black wedding Mr. Edward Hart, of H.M. Customs, and Miss Isabel Black Mr. Louis Cowley, nephew of the Hon. A. S. Cowley, Minister for Lands. The wedding was intended to be a quiet one (Mr.. and Mrs. Black being engaged in active preparations for de- parture to England), but the popularity of the young brides and the men of their choice quite frustrated the attempt, so far as the ceremony was concerned, and the church, the decoration of which was confined to the dressing of the altar with white flowers, presented a very gay appear- ance, and was crowded with the friends of the two young couples.
Both brides were similarly attired in gowns of white brocaded Indian silk, th«? chief charm of which lay in their simplicity. They wore wreaths of orange blossoms and long tulle veils, and car- ried exquisite bouquets of white flowers. Each bride was followed by one maid-Miss Thallon attending Miss Marion Black, and Miss Evelyn Black her sister Isabel. The bridesmaids were attired in Empire gowns of pink crepe adorned with pink and brown ribbons, and wore brown straw picture hats trimmed with pink roses. Mrs. Black, mother of the brides, was gowned in royal'blue voile-delaine, with floral design in cream ; bonnet to harmonise. Subsequent to the ceremony Mrs. Black received a number of friends at her residence, Harris-terrace, George-street, Brisbane. Mr. and Mrs. Hart spend their honey- moon at Redland Bay, and Mr. and Mrs. Cowley are spending theirs in Sydney.
     Edward and Marion resided at Merton St, Brisbane South, Queensland, 1908.
     Edward and Marion resided at Cnr Merton Rd & St George St, Brisbane South, Queensland, 1925.
     Edward died in 1927 in Queensland.

Children of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black

Eugene Tulk Hart

(1894 - 1973)
     Eugene Tulk Hart was born in 1894 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.
     Eugene died in 1973 in Queensland.

Fanny Bowker Hart

(1 April 1771 - )
     Fanny Bowker Hart was christened on 1 April 1771 in Farcett, Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of George Hart and Frances Bowker.

George Hart

     George Hart was born in Brampton, Huntingdonshire.
George Hart married Frances Bowker on 4 May 1770 in Brampton, Huntingdonshire.

Children of George Hart and Frances Bowker

Grace (Polly) Hart

(circa 1750 - 24 March 1799)
     Grace (Polly) Hart was commonly known as Polly. She was born circa 1750 in London. She was the daughter of a tradesman in St James.
     Grace (Polly) Hart had a long term relationship with Samuel Reddish from 1767. When Reddish made his debut at Drury Lane, there was a Miss Hart in the theatre, who enjoyed an income derived from a degrading source, and Reddish, tempted by her money, and utterly indifferent as to how it was acquired, wooed and married her in less than ten weeks. Afterwards, prevailling upon her to sell her annuity, he dissipated the proceeds and then abandoned her. Grace was an actress from 1767. Bagot states that she "derived her income from a degrading source."
The Biographical dictionary of actors states that Polly Hart Reddish is recoverable today only as a dim and pitiable figure. On 22 October 1760 a "Gentlewoman" made what was advertised as her first appearance on stage, playing opposite Thomas Sheridan's Lord Townley in The Provok'd husband at Drury Lane Theatre. The prompter Hopkins jotted in his diary: "Lady Townley - Miss Hart - some applause.". The applause must have been restrained. Whichever of her admirers it was who had sponsored her to Garrick had to try again, this time inducing the actors Baddeley, Fawcett, and Kear to employ her at their joint benefit on 11 May 1761. She did not take and was seen no more in London as Miss Hart. She was named among the courtesans in Edward Thompson's Meretriciad (1761):
With regal grace H---t fills the fretting stage,
      And would do honour to the train, and page,
But now she's changed the operative plan,
To sleep in peace, with an endearing man.
Who that man might have been was not suggested by Horace Walpole, who identifies "H--t" as Polly in an annotation to a copy of the poem in his library at Strawberry Hill, now at Harvard. But Walpole expanded that information with a little gossip to George Montagu in a letter dated 10 August 1762: "My pen is in such a sublime humour, that it can scarce condescend to tell you that Sir Edward Deering is going to marry Polly Hart, Danvers' old mistress, and three more baronets, whose name nobody knows, but Collins [of Collin's Peerage] are treading in the same steps." Walpole's jeer was cruel but correct. She probably went into "Keeping" but she never married a baronet. Perhaps she did not even marry Samuel Reddish, whose name she bore when she accompanied him to London in 1767 after acting briefly at Orchard Street Theatre, bath, and at Bristol. But we assume that she did. ... Early accounts of his life persuade us that he had laid siege to her affections in order to gain control over an annuity of £200 given her as settlement by a former lover and that he then sold it on ruinous terms to pay his importunate creditors. By the end of 1772 if not before, Reddish took up with the actress Mary Anne Canning and left Polly to fend for herself.
     Grace died on 24 March 1799 in London, England. European Magazine , April 1799 p. 285: 24 March. In a state of extreme poverty and distress, Mrs Reddish, alias Hart, formerly of Dury Lane Theatre, where she first appeared in the character of Lady Townly the 26th Octobe 1760. She was daughter of a person belonging to the Court, who left her some property, whch she early dissipated during the time she lived with Mr Reddish, who name she assumed. Her performances on the stage were never remarkable for thier excellence, though she very unaccountably obtained the notice of Churchill, who thus mentions her in the Roscis .... with transient gleam of grace, Hart sweeps along. Lately she used to speak at one of the debating societies in Westminster, the proprietors of which, after her death was known, opened their room for the purpose of procuring money to provide for her a decent funeral.

Hume Edward Hart

(1900 - 1919)
     Hume Edward Hart was born in 1900 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.
     Hume died in 1919 in Queensland.

Leslie Walter Hart

(1908 - )
     Leslie Walter Hart was born in 1908 in Queensland. He was the son of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.

Mary Hart

(1826 - before 23 April 1901)
     Mary Hart was transported to Tasmania. Per the Earl Grey. She was born in 1826. She was the daughter of Thadeus Hart & Julia Collins.
Mary Hart married Robert Parrott on 24 February 1852 in Christ Church, Longford, Nofolk Plains district, Tasmania. Robert Perrott, aged 24 & Mary (X) Hart, 21. Permission was graned 3 Feb 1852 - Robert Parrott, free & Mary Hart per Earl Grey. She came to Gippsland to join her husband after his return from the Snowy River diggings abaout 40 years before her death in 1901.
     Mary died before 23 April 1901 in Yarram, Victoria. She was buried before 24 April 1901 in Greenmount Cemetery, Yarram. A coroner's inquest was held regarding her death on 1 May 1901.

Children of Mary Hart and Robert Parrott

Mary Ann Hart

(27 March 1825 - )
     Mary Ann Hart was christened on 27 March 1825 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
Mary Ann Hart married Hammond Cocksedge, son of Zachariah Cocksedge and Phillipa Robinson, on 25 May 1847 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Mary Ann Hart and Hammond Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Cross Green, Cockfield, Suffolk. Hammond Cocksedge, aged 27, born Thorpe Murrux, with George 26 lodger, brother, widower, Mary Cocksedge, aged 26, born Cockfield, with Harry aged 3, born Cockfield & Susannah aged 1, born Cockfield.
     Mary Ann Hart and Hammond Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. Hammond Cocksedge, 33, ag. labourer; Mary his wife, 35, Harry, son, 12, Susanna 10, daughter, scholar; Alfred, son, aged 9, all born at Cockfield.
     Mary Ann Hart and Hammond Cocksedge were recorded on the 1881 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. Hammond Cocksedge, head, married aged 56, born Cockfield, farm labourer with his wife Mary aged 55, born Cockfield and son Alfred, aged 21, farm labourer, born at Cockfield.

Children of Mary Ann Hart and Hammond Cocksedge

Mina Hart

     Mina Hart was born in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Monro Hart and Marion Grace Black.

William Hart

(circa 1790 - )
     William Hart was born circa 1790.
William Hart married Frances Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Elizabeth Dykes, on 12 October 1818 in Hessett.