Mary Giles was born about 1679, in Hanover County, Virginia. She passed away about 1757, in Henrico County, Virginia.
1. Richard Harris b: ca 1694
2. David Harris b: ca 1696
3. Edward Harris b: ca 1697
4. Elizabeth Harris b: 2 NOV 1698 in Hanover Co VA
5. George Harris b: 13 APR 1701
6. John Harris b: ca 28 MAR 1704
7. William Harris b: 1710 in Henrico Co VA [his daughter Agnes m John Cawthon, and their daughter m David Alvis Jr]
8. Thomas Harris b: 1712 in The Forks, Hanover Co VA
9. Stephen Harris b: 1714
Also possibly a daughter Agnes Harris, who married William Gilliam.
Geni.com indicates that she was a daughter of William Giles and Bethenia Giles. Supposedly they had two daughters both named Mary.
(History of Louisa Co. by Malcolm Harris) has Mary Giles married to William Harris. (28 Jul 1694 Mary (Giles) Harris wife of Wm Harris of New Kent County gives Power of Attorney to Sarah Knibb (ie: Sarah Browne d. 1696) (this from pg 33 of 1672 William Harris 1743) Witness: George Alves/Alice Alves Henrico Co. Record Book #5 Pg 507.  "In 1704 it was made St . Pauls and he appeared among the early processioners in the precinct along Tottopotomic Creek which later became Hanover . William Harris , born 1672 , married Mary Giles who was from a family of good standing..."
Some sites has that she is the wife of Robert Harris rather then William Harris.
There were several William Harris' alive at the same time, in the same area.
Previously this profile was attached to William Harris that married Temperance Overton, but he didn't have two wives. Disconnected her from the William Harris who was married to Temperance Overton.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Mary: