Appendix C. Part 1.
Who Was the Father of Isaiah1 Harrison, the Enigmatic Blacksmith of Long Island?
Was It Rev. Thomas Harrison, a Minister at Virginia, England and Ireland, d. Dublin 1682?
Or Thomas Harrison, a Leader of the Bare Bones Parliament and a Regicide Executed in 1660?
Or the More Important Question for Stickler Historians: Who Did Isaiah1 Harrison Think His Father Was?
Comparing Traditions Based on Coats of Arms with Data Based on History and Y DNA
by Margery Boyden, Scudder Association Foundation Historian, with permission, © 2022
 Chapter One, “Isaiah Harrison, Sr., the Enigmatic Blacksmith, and His Long Island Roots: Why Was He at Smithtown in 1684, with Scudders from Huntington, Long Island, Three Years before His Supposed Arrival in America at Oyster Bay?” Scudder Family Historical & Biographical Journal, Scudder Association Foundation, volume 4, no. 1, (Spring 2022). Excerpt from Boyden, A Guidebook to the Records for Samuel and Lydia (Harrison) Stewart: New Perspectives from New Data and from Reviewing 100 Years of Collaborative Research, Part I, Long Island Roots and Relationships.
Appendix C. Part 1. Who Was the Father of Isaiah1 Harrison, the Enigmatic Blacksmith of Long Island