Thomas Harrison

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Thomas Harrison, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), died after 1614, when he remarried.1

Thomas married (1) Christian Cock, daughter of John Cock, at Somerleyton, Suffolk, England, 3 June 1600;1 he married (2) Margaret Gardner, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), at Somerleyton, 12 April 1614.2

Family 1

Christian Cock d. bef. 3 Oct 1612
This person was last edited on16 Feb 2022


  1. [S2468] Leslie Mahler and Robert Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentlewomen: Sisters Margaret (Gentleman) Ibrook, Susan (Gentleman) (Hunter) Hollingsworth, and Joan (Gentleman) (Herrington) Youngs of Southwold, Suffolk, and Massachusetts," The American Genealogist 91 (July/October 2020): 250-260, at 257, further cited as Mahler & Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentleman Sisters."
  2. [S2468] Mahler & Battle, "Three Great-Migration Gentleman Sisters," 257n.