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He was eventually promoted to sergeant but was killed alongside his friend Sergeant Daniel Hagman at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. In the books Harris is absent from the battle and a living member in the books,
Gunnery Sergeant Harris enlisted in the Marine Corps on 6 July 2003 and underwent recruit training at 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, Hotel Company, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC.
Perhaps it was Staff Sergeant Blake Harris' infectious smile and dimples that caught his future wife's attention. Or maybe it was his sense of humor. "You couldn't help but love him," Brandy Harris said of her husband of 2 1/2 years. The two were looking forward to being together this summer, when ...
Sergeant Harris was killed in a helicopter accident when the police helicopter he was piloting developed engine problems and crashed near the Southern State Parkway. When the helicopter began to experience the engine problem Sergeant Harris declined an emergency landing at a school because children ...
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SERGEANT JOHN HARRIS . The following is a genealogical summary of my notes in progress, 'Two Thomas Harises of Isle of Wight, Virginia', which I have produced in response to requests to speculate on the probable relationships between a Harris family of Southwark, London, one of whom was William Harris, a merchant partner of William Underwood and James Williamson in Virginia, and a group of ...
Moses Harris, Jr. was the son of Moses and Dorothy (West) Harris, and was born in Goshen, Litchfield County, Connecticut on November 13th, 1749. While still a young man his family migrated to Westchester, New York.
I have never been left so emotionally uplifted and inspired as I have in listening to, and learning from the American Hero, Staff Sergeant Shilo Harris, U.S. Army. I am proud to call him my friend and Army colleague.