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From various records which I have obtained I know that at different time s, Arthur Harris lived in the villages of Creeksea, Woodham Mortimer, Co ld Norton, and The City of London. Was Arthur Harris knighted? In every do cument I have found, he is referred to as “Mr. Arthur Harrys Esq.†. He is listed the same way in the parish records of Burnham-on-Crouch wh en his death is recorded. Some people do have him listed as Sir Arthur Har ris but I have never found anything to support this. Arthur Harris is cred ited with building the manor “Creeksea Place” in Creeksea, Essex Coun ty England. Toward the end of his life, he is living in “Creeksea Placeâ €. In his will, Arthur left all of his personal belongings, including h is land and house (Creeksea Place) to his only son William Harris. He le ft his daughter “one annuitie of twentie poundes a yeare during her natu ral life”. Arthur was the High Sheriff of Essex in 1589, a justice of t he peace, and one of the Commissioners appointed in 1577 to enquire into p iratical practices along the Essex coast

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