Agnes Harris

ID#577, b. 24 December 1849, d. 17 April 1927
Father: Benjamin Harris
Mother: Nancy Agnes Campbell

Birth date: 24 December 1849
Birth place: Marshall County, Virginia.1,2

Alternate spelling of her name: Agnus.

Agnes married Thomas Sherman Terrill, son of Amos Terrill and Matilda Lewis, in March 1871 Rev. Rossel was the officiating minister.3

Agnes died at age 77 from mitral regurgitation on 17 April 1927 at Fork Ridge, Marshall County, West Virginia.2 Agnes's body was interred on 19 April 1927 in the Fork Ridge Universalist Church Cemetery, Fork Ridge Road, Glen Easton, Marshall County, West Virginia; her name appears on the gravestone as "Agnes Terrill." The inscription reads, "Thomas S. Terrill ~ Agnes his wife."4,2

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Census Records

YearLocationEnumeration info as recorded
1850Marshall County, VirginiaAgnes Harris, female, age 8 months, born in Va
(Official U.S. Census Date: 01 June 1850)6
1860Marshall County, VirginiaAgnus Harris, female, age 9, born in Va, attended school
(Official U.S. Census Date: 01 June 1860)7
1870Marshall County, West VirginiaAgnes Harris, female, age 20, born in West Va, attended school
(Official U.S. Census Date: 01 June 1870)8

Deceased Children of Agnes Harris and Thomas Sherman Terrill:

Family Line(s):
Harris Index
Last Edited Date=19 Jul 2015

Citations

  1. [S23] Marshall County Historical Society, compiler, History of Marshall County West Virginia, 1984, p. 152, John Harris Family submission by Celesta Ann Ebersole.
  2. [S2057] Agnes Terrill, Certificate of Death, Marshall County, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx, file 1953330_0002009.jpg.
  3. [S23] Marshall County Historical Society, compiler, History of Marshall County West Virginia, 1984, submitted by Celesta Ann Bonar Ebersole, p. 152.
  4. [S67] Agnes Terrill gravestone, Fork Ridge Universalist Cemetery, Marshall County, West Virginia; transcribed by Jo Ellen Dalton, 03 June 2004.
  5. [S67] Thomas S. and Agnes Terrill gravestone, Fork Ridge Universalist Cemetery, Marshall County, West Virginia; transcribed by Jo Ellen Dalton, 03 June 2004.
  6. [S1075] Benjamin Harris household, 1850 U.S. Census, Marshall County, Virginia, 33rd District, pages 328 stamped (655 handwritten) and 328B, National Archives micropublication M432_959.
  7. [S1095] Benjamin Harris household, 1860 U.S. Census, Marshall County, Virginia, Moundsville Post Office, page 121, National Archives micropublication M653_1360.
  8. [S1323] Benj. Harris household, 1870 U.S. Census, Marshall County, West Virginia, Glen Easton Post Office, page 29 (420 stamped), National Archives micropublication M593_1693.
  9. [S2100] Ocie Terrill Parks, Certificate of Death, Marshall County, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx, file 1984254_0001167.jpg.
  10. [S2069] Eva Terrill, Certificate of Death, Marshall County, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx, file 1983634_0002055.jpg.
  11. [S1788] Benjamin Terrill, Certificate of Death, Marshall County, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx, file 2074176_0001519.jpg.