I'm a Harris researcher & curious as to whether there is a family connection of David Harris d 1827 and the Gleaves' witnesses.
Davidson Co. TN Wills & Inventories, Vol II, 1816-1830 compiled by Helen
C. & Timothy R. Marsh, 1989
P 120, Sept 4, 1827, Will of David Harris, deceased
To my dearly beloved wife Anny two beds and furniture, a grey horse and bay mare, three cows and calves, two sows and pigs, six head of sheep,table and cupboard and other items, also a negro man Ben which she is to fold during her lifetime and at her death the remains of her property
willed to her...her lifetime to be sold and equally divided among the heirs, my sons, to wit, John Harris, Thomas Harris, Peter Harris, George Harris, and Martin Harris.I appoint John Harris my executor.This 4 May 1827.Wit:Matthew Gleaves, Thomas Gleaves, Jr., and Silas H. McKay.July Term 1827.
p 147, Dec 22, 1827, Inventory and sale of estate of David Harris,deceased.Persons listed, to wit, G. W. Harris and Thomas Gleaves.John Harris, executor.Oct Term 1827