I believe that the family of William Harrison and Mary Hutchinson came from the area around the hamlet of Glaisdale and Egton, in the Esk River Valley of North Yorkshire, England (just above the first "o" in "Moors" in the map above). I don't know for sure as it does not appear that William Harrison ever owned any land in the area. I did search the deeds transacted in this area in the 1820s and 1830s but did not find a match with his name.
Further back however, our Harrisons came from the small community of Green Houses to the north west of Glaisdale on the edge of the moors.
Some of the cottages located here are for rent for vacations. The buildings have been converted from "the traditional farm buildings at Greenhouses Farm" but it is not clear if these are the buildings that the Harrisons lived in or not.
The Esk River has its headwaters in the western edges of the North Yorkshire Moors and flows in an easterly direction, joining the North Sea at Whitby. Today this, and a vast area around it, are located within the popular, North Yorkshire Moors National Park.