Harrison, Sarah Carroll
|Birth Name||Harrison, Sarah Carroll|
|Birth [E0900]||17 Nov 1898||Virginia, USA||Birth of Sarah Carroll Harrison||
|Residence [E1360]||1920||Dan River, Caswell, North Carolina, USA||Living in dwelling 36, Dan River, Caswell, NC||
|Census [E1186]||1920||Dan River, Caswell, North Carolina, USA||1920 Census, Dan River, Caswell, North Carolina; Roll: T625_1282; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 24; Image: 1001.||
State: North Carolina
Township: Dan River
Enumeration District: 24
Enumeration Date: 9 Jan 1920
Supervisor's District: 5
Enumerator: D. G. Natkins
Street: Yanceyville Road
Marital Status: Single
|Residence [E3180]||17 Jan 1927||Washington, District of Columbia, USA||Living in Washington, DC||
|Father||Harrison, Thomas Satterwhite [I0391]|
|Mother||Burkholder, Mary Jo [I0355]|
|Married||Husband||Webster, Robert King [I1447]|
|1||Web Search||Caswell County Family Tree|
- Ancestry Family Trees [S3703188182]
- 1920 US Federal Census [S0020]
The Bee (Danville, Virginia) [S0101]
- Date: 17 Jan 1927
Page: p. 1; T. S. Harrison, Well-Known Man Of Blanche, Dies
T. S. Harrison, Well-Known Man of Blanche, Dies
New was received here today of the death last night at 11:25 o'clock of Thomas Satterwhite Harrison, lifelong and prominent resident of Blanche, N. C. Mr. Harrison, who is 85 years old, had been bed-ridden for about eight weeks from infirmities of age, but several days ago contracted bronchial pneumonia, which hastened his death.
Mr. Harrison was widely known and esteemed in Caswell county. He served as justice of the peace for 52 consecutive years, probably establishing a record in years of service as an officeholder. He also served two terms in the state legislature and was a Mason and confederate veteran.
Besides his sister, Mrs. Cora Slade, of Yanceyville, Mr. Harrison is survived by the following children: Will Harrison, Havanna, Cuba; Robert L. Harrison and and John P. Harrison, of Blanche, N. C.; I. D. Harrison, of Norfolk; Miss Annie Harrison, Danville; Mrs. James Murray, Danville; Miss Dora Harrison, Blanche; Mrs. W. T. Lea, Blanche; Lieut. Duval Duckett, United States Navy, San Diego; Mrs. W. K. Webster, Washington, D. C., and Miss Lillie Harrison, of California.
The funeral will be held from Harrison's old church, near the residence, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. He will be buried with Masonic honors.
- Date: 17 Jan 1927