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About Little,Harrison - Harvey,Stewart Familys
LITTLE'S -originated in the Dumfries area of Scotland as confirmed by DNA testing. Emigration 
to Ireland, Co. Cavan was in the early 1800's. Records of the family are still in the Church of 
Ireland at Cootehill in 2014.  Over time in varying family groups they emigrated to the United 
States and Canada(Ontario initially),some to Durham, Grey and Simcoe Counties 
(Peterboroug area,Clarke Twp, Enniskellen and Nottawasaga Tshp).  Eventually 
to the U.S. and western Canada.  In Ireland marriages were made with Taylor, 
Gibson, Fairbairn.  Later alliances included Marshall, Arnott, 
Harrison, Dazell. Scruby, Walker, Little, Reed, Hewson, Cinnamon, Moodie, 
Fisher, Irwin, Ferrier, Cameron and many more. 
The HARRISONs from Co. Leitrim, Ireland to Canada/USA and one to NZ. Connected 
to Davidson, Robertson/Robinson, Beckett, Cathcart, Dias, Cleary and 
Armstrong.  
 HARVEY'S - England>USA, VA>IA>across to OR and CA. Marriages connected them 
to Boaz, Lee, Proctor, and in more recent times to Ellison, Quesenbury, Hall 
and triply to Stewart (2 brothers and 1 sister m. 2 sisters and 1 brother). 
STEWART, Scotland>USA> OR and CA. Marriages made connections to Elson, Bain, 
Orr,Hussey,Harvey, Snider, Gillespie, Shanafelt, Hurst and Connor.
Many other connections can be found in the alphabetical listing.
I have included two families not linked at this time. The first is the John Little and Janet 
family of Dumfries who could possibly be the connection to our Simon. The second is a Little, 
First name unknown) whose family according to family history were connected to the Cavan area 
which evokes another possible connection to our Littles. See photo index.
This never ending search causes a strange mix of feelings, gratitude and 
excitement when new/lost relatives are found, pride in the origins, hardships 
and determination of my ancestors and regret that when I was young I never 
seized the opportunities to make records from the memories and knowledge of 
parents and grandparents.
I invite dialogue from other researchers who believe that we may have 
connected families. 

VISITORS: Please visit "my Unknowns" Photo Album. These could be either Harvey 
or Little connections, help with identification would be a real bonus - thanks.
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Getting Around
There are several ways to browse the family tree. The Tree View graphically shows the relationship of selected person to their kin. The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right. Above are the father and mother and below are the children. The Ancestor Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph above and children below. On the right are the parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The Descendant Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph and parents below. On the right are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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