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HELP! flag female ancestor  Lydia "Liddie"  BOTTOMS

  (b. abt. 1782 Crown Colony of Virginia   d. abt. 1834 Laurel County, Kentucky, USA )  

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Lydia "Liddie" BOTTOMS was born abt. 1782 in Crown Colony of Virginia

Lydia "Liddie" BOTTOMS was the child of Thomas BOTTOMS   and   Sarah OLIVER and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Thomas BOTTOMS and Lydia MARSHALL (maternal)  James OLIVER and Elizabeth UNKNOWN

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Lydia "Liddie"  married  James HARRISON .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. James HARRISON  was born abt. 1777 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia, USA.  James died abt. 1868 in Laurel County, Kentucky, USA.  James was the child of Benjamin HARRISON and Philadelphia INMAN.

Lydia "Liddie" BOTTOMS died abt. 1834 in Laurel County, Kentucky, USA.
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Lydia "Liddie" BOTTOMS married flag male ancestor James HARRISON-- Place: 
James HARRISON was the child of Benjamin HARRISON and Philadelphia INMAN




Children of James HARRISON and Lydia "Liddie" BOTTOMS:

flag female ancestor Philadelphia Ann "Delphia" HARRISON (b.abt. 1799, Cocke County, Tennessee, USA  d. abt. 1870, Fogertown, Clay, Kentucky, USA)
m. John David BENGE 9 January 1817



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