Not at present, but I certainly appreciate the offer. I have a fairly good scoping of the Scots-Irish descendants of Edward Harris and Flora Douglas already. Occasionally on the web I plug in a few more branches here and there. With that said, it is far from a complete tree. There are many sons which have nothing listed after 1740. I have picked up my family after they leave Abbeville SC. I know my gggg-grandmother Esther lived there from 1784-1827, and all the boys were born there; but sorting out the Harrises who are likely suspects in Abbeville is difficult. Our "brick wall" Harris had to be there by 1801, perhaps earlier. Isaac R. Harris and his brother, James Anderson Mills Harris (the father of Isaac Leonard Harris who authored the book) was from York County, SC. They were sons of James Moore Harris, who married Margaret Mary Miller (aunt of Mary Chestnut), who was the son of Capt. John Harris and Jane Moore, John Harris being a son of Samuel and Martha Laird Harris. I've just ordered some more source materials, and if I should learn more I will certainly keep your kind offer in mind. I've learned a great deal more about the 1700s, our "missing century". Any Harrises b. NC and died SC (or unknown) are what we're looking for. I just have a feeling we will find our answers this year.
You're fortunate to have found that Harris Family book. Isaac Leonard Harris was one of the Quincy Florida Harrises I am studying. My ancestor was Alexander Ewing Harris b 1802 Abbeville SC who was Tallahassee Marshal in 1840-41; his brothers were Ebenezer Jackson Harris b. 1815 and John J.H. Harris b. 1818. Their mother was b. 1774 in PA. If any of these names are referenced in the book you have, I would love to know... Thanks.