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Affra Coming (Harleston) MP (1625 - 1699)

Affra Harleston "in 1670 reached South Carolina in a ship called 'Carolina,' of which Joseph West was the captain, and John Coming the mate. She became the wife of the latter in 1672. By her Will dated...

Alice Harleston (Brune) MP (1443 - 1472)

> ===Alice Bruyn===> F, #60594, b. circa 1443, d. 15 February 1473> Father Sir Henry Bruyn, Sheriff of Hampshire & Wiltshire, Burgess of Portsmouth, Steward of the Isle of Wight b. 1420, d. 30 Nov 1461...

Anna Isabella Harleston (Huger) MP (c.1808 - d.)

Elizabeth Willis-Smith, Old Cheraw MP (1673 - c.1733)

Biography== Elizabeth Willis-Smith, Old Cheraw was born in 1673 in Coropeake, Va. Her parents were T. B. D. Willis and Isabella Smith . Elizabeth married John Harleston on April 15, 1707. Together they...

Ester Jane Izard (Harleston) MP (deceased)

Maj. Isaac Child Harleston MP (1745 - 1798)

Member of 1st Provisional Congress, South Carolina, 11-17 Jan. 1775; served as a Captain 2nd South Carolina Regiment (Continentals), was at the battle of Fort Moultrie, where the British fleet was repu...

Margaret Parker (Harleston) MP (1519 - 1570)

From Athenae Cantabrigienses, Volume. By George John Gray. "Matthew Parker" page 327, 332:On 1 April 1547 Dr. Parker resigned the deanery of Stoke, and that college was suppressed, but he had a pension...

Robert Harleston MP (1435 - 1471)

Affra Harleston Coming (c.1651 - 1698)

of early South Carolina. The Harlestons were a family of some means in seventeenth-century England. However, the family’s property had been so ravaged by the English Civil War that two of the family’s ...

Alice Harleston (Clopton) (1405 - 1497)

Alice Fitzlewis (Harleston) (c.1457 - d.)

Alice Harleston (1457 - d.)

Alonzo Harleston (deceased)

Angnes Graham Harleston (deceased)

Ann Elizabeth Smith (Harleston) (1742 - 1759)

Ann Scott (Harleston) (1719 - 1740)

Died on same day as her brother Dane, of a yellow fever outbreak.

Ann Harleston (Ashby) (deceased)

Ann Olney Harleston (Sommers) (1771 - 1813)

Ann Broun (Harleston) (1797 - 1860)

Anna Isabella Harleston (Hunger) (deceased)

Anna U Harleston (Tobin) (1895 - 1969)

Annabell Harleston (Moultrie) (c.1757 - d.)

Annabella Moultrie Prioleau (Harleston) (1827 - 1903)

Anne Isabella Huger Harleston (1827 - d.)

Anne Harleston (Olney) (1771 - 1813)

Anne Harleston (deceased)

Anne Isabella Harleston (Huger) (c.1808 - d.)

Anne Harleston (1547 - 1593)

Brooksie Mae Harleston (deceased)

Cecilia Moultrie Mazyck (Harleston) (bef.1837 - d.)

Charles Harleston (deceased)

Charles Harleston (b. - c.1678)

Charles Harleston (deceased)

Charles Harleston (deceased)

Charles H Harleston (1852 - 1923)

Sir Clement Harleston, Kt. (c.1493 - 1544)

HILTON, Sir Thomas (by 1500-59), of Hilton, co. Dur.*b. by 1500, 1st s. of Sir William Hilton, de jure 9th Lord Hilton, by Sybil, da. of Thomas Lumley of Lumley. m. (1) by 29 Oct. 1521, Elizabeth (d. 1...

Constantia Hasell Harleston (1802 - 1825)

Dane Harleston (1715 - 1740)

Died on the same day as his sister Anne, of a yellow fever outbreak.

Daniel Harleston (1715 - c.1754)

Edmund Harleston (deceased)

Edward Harleston (1835 - 1891)

Edward Harleston (c.1755 - d.)

Edward Harleston (1722 - 1755)

Edward Harleston was a delegate to the second Provincial Congress held in 1775.

Edward Harleston (1761 - 1825)

Owner of Fishpond Plantation, Cooper River, South Carolina.

Edward Harleston (b. - 1841)

Edward Harleston (deceased)

Edward Harleston (1794 - d.)

Edward Harleston (1794 - 1871)

Edwin Gaillard Harleston (1858 - 1931)

Edwin Gaillard Harleston was a prosperous former coastal schooner captain and a mortician who owned the Harleston Funeral Home in Charleston, South Carolina.

Edwin Augustus “Teddy” Harleston (1882 - 1931)

Augustus Harleston (March 14, 1882 – May 10, 1931) was an American artist and founding president of the Charleston, South Carolina, branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo...

Edwina Augusta "Gussie" Whitlock (Harleston) (1916 - 2002)

and editor. Master's Degree from Northwestern University.

Eleanor Harleston (c.1380 - 1415)

Eliza (Molly) A Harleston (Smith) (deceased)

Elizabeth Harleston (Faucheraud) (c.1748 - d.)

Elizabeth Corbett (Harleston) (c.1769 - 1837)

Elizabeth Huger Harleston (1830 - d.)

Elizabeth Waring (Harleston) (c.1833 - d.)

Elizabeth Harleston (Page) (c.1614 - 1698)

Elizabeth Harleston (Pinckney) (1772 - 1790)

Elizabeth Harleston (1735 - 1768)

Elizabeth Harleston (1747 - 1830)

Elizabeth Wallop (Harleston) (deceased)

Elizabeth Lesesne (Harleston) (deceased)

Elizabeth Harleston Lewis (Harleston) (deceased)

Elizabeth Cecilia Waring (Harleston) (1830 - 1884)

Elizabeth Corbett (Harleston) (deceased)

Elizabeth Huger Prioleau (Harleston) (1830 - 1903)

Eloise 'Ella' Jenkins (Harleston) (1883 - 1975)

first Harleston (deceased)

Frances Motte Harleston (1841 - 1909)

Frances Henrietta Harleston (Mickey) (1850 - 1913)

Francis Huger Harleston (c.1838 - 1863)

Genieve Bryan-Harleston (deceased)

George Harleston (1713 - 1732)

George Harleston (deceased)

Georgiana Harleston (Doughty) (1803 - 1826)

Hannah Harleston (c.1836 - d.)

Hannah Harleston (Child) (1719 - 1763)

Hannah Child Harleston (1797 - d.)

Hannah Harleston Mickey (deceased)

Hannah Harleston (deceased)

Hannah Harleston (deceased)

Hannah Child Harleston (1797 - 1839)

Harriet Harleston (deceased)

Henry Harleston (deceased)

Henry Mitchell Harleston (c.1894 - 1990)

Ivo Harleston, of Cambridge (c.1378 - 1403)

James Harleston (deceased)

Jane Dauthen Wentworth (1581 - 1626)

Jane Smith Rutledge (Harleston) (deceased)

Jane Tey (Harleston) (deceased)

John Harleston (bef.1437 - 1458)

John Harleston, II (1739 - 1790)

John Harleston II was a Colonel during the Revolutionary War and was taken prisoner at the fall of Charles Town.

John Harleston, Esq. (c.1430 - d.)

John Harleston (1572 - 1624)

John Harleston (1831 - d.)

John Harleston (1670 - 1738)

Nephew of Affra Harleston, the first of the Harleston family to come to America, in about 1670.The long and stormy voyage of Affra Harleston in the "Caroline," lasting from August, 1669, to April, 1670...

John Harleston (c.1403 - 1456)

John Harleston (c.1756 - 1781)

John Harleston (1708 - 1767)

"Captain John Harleston, eldest son of John Harleston, who came to South Carolina about 1700; born 19th January, 1708, died 26th November, 1767; Married 19th February, 1740, Hannah, daughter of Isaac C...