||Michael Harlan was a part of William Penn's Pennsylvania Settlers community.|
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Michael Harland, son of James Harland, and youngest brother of Thomas Harland and George Harland, was born "Nigh Durham, in Bishoprick, England, about the year 1660", and in early life, with his brothers, went into Ireland and settled with them in the County of Down. Here he remained until 1687, when he accompanied his brother George to America. 
They had the following children:
Michael died in 1729. He was buried at the Kennett Friends Burial Ground in Kennett Square, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Bequeaths to Son George, land located on branch of Elk River, bordering Flowers tract.Son James, Land upon Octorao Creek (400 acres)Son Michael, 150 acres of land in London Grove Twp together with 40 acres which is pt of tract decedent dwell upon .Son Solomon Decedents dwelling house and plantation and land belonging unto it, except 40 acres bequeathed to son Michael .Son Thomas, ten pounds currant money Son-n-law Richard Flower, land located on branch of Elk River bordering son Georges land Daughter Dinah Harlan, money Grandchild Dinah Harlan daugther of son George, money: Mentions wife's thirds to be deducted by named executors, but does not name her by name.'Executors: Sons George, Thomas, & Stephen Harlan
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Michael is 13 degrees from Charles Grey, 15 degrees from Henry Herbert, 21 degrees from William Cobbett, 16 degrees from William Lamb, 25 degrees from James Lush, 23 degrees from David Heath, 17 degrees from Mary Ann Withers, 19 degrees from Robert Blake, 37 degrees from William Dove, 26 degrees from Richard Venfield, 23 degrees from James House and 15 degrees from Karen Stewart on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.