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Harrells in Britton's Neck - Samuel Harrel is eighty-two years of age; his father was Levi Harrel, from North Carolina; came here in 1806; married Elizabeth Jones; his grandfather was Ephraim Harrel, who married an Indian woman, on Roanoke River in North Carolina, and moved to Fort Clairborne, Ala., and died there. Samuel Harrel first married Anna Isgat; they had four children, all dead, but one daughter named Frances Maurice, who is the wife of James G. Altman, Samuel Harrel's second wife was a Miss Fountain; by her he had one son, George W. Harrel, who lives in Florence County.

--A History of Marion County, W.W. Sellers (1902)
Excerpt transcribed and contributed by Helen Moody, March 2000.

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