Charles W. Harris
- Born: Cir 1806, North Carolina
- Marriage: Cyntha
- Died: After 1860, Rockingham Co., NC
The 1830 Federal Census for Rockingham Co., NC records Charles W. Harris and family.
The 1850 Federal Census for Rockingham Co., NC, Western District, page 74A records Charles W. Harris (44-Shoe Maker) and wife Cynthia (44) with children Susan (23), Emaline (20), Jane (17), Samuel (16), Martha (14), Mary (11), John (9), James (7), Lydia (5), and Lucy (1).
The 1860 Federal Census for Rockingham Co., NC page 121A records C. W. Harriss (54 - Shoe & Boot Maker) with wife Sintha (54) and children Samuel (27), John (20), Lydia (17), James (15), and Emma (6). Nearby is John W. (24 - Farmer) and Martha (24) Lovelace with son George (1). George will marry Lydia Harris some 19 years later. Next door to John W. Lovelace is Walter (60) and Martha (55) Lovelace with son Madison (14). No race/color is indicated for any of these people which usually means white.
The 1870 Federal Census for Mayo Township, Rockingham Co., NC. Stoneville P. O., page 291B records James Harris (25) [indexed as Harries] with wife Elvira (17) and son John (1). Also in the household is Cyntha (67) and her daughter Emma (16). Cyndtha's husband, Charles, has apparently died and James is the only son to survive the war. Their race is indicated as "white".
Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation: Shoe Maker (1850) / Shoe & Boot Maker (1860).
Charles married Cyntha. (Cyntha was born circa 1806 in North Carolina and died after 1880 in Rockingham Co, NC.)