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Genealogy of Daniel McFarland, sr., d. 1738.

by Clara Emerson

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Published in Petersburg, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McFarland family.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCompiled by Clara Emerson.
    ContributionsCrane, Ellery Bicknell, 1836-1925.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.M142 1930a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationgeneal. tab.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6766256M
    LC Control Number31031268
    OCLC/WorldCa9097433

    Get this from a library! Genealogy of the McFarland family of Hancock County, Maine.. [Daniel Y McFarland] -- James McFarland, a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War, was an early settler at Kilkenny stream, Trenton, Maine. He and his wife, Margaret Smith, were the parents of at least six children. His.   Order Book 2, - , Court held 5 May ) John Settle was a planter. He and his wife, Mary Strother Settle first lived in North Farnum parish, Old Rappahannock Co. John Settle bought from William Brown, Jr., acres of land on the Swamp in St Mary's Parish, Richmond Co, VA.

    There was a lot going on in that region during the Revolutionary War and the War of when the British were known to have burned records in Washington, D. C. The only records before are the Fee Books, which are tax records. There was a lot of ink bleed-through in these books, however, they are worth the effort. Pg 74 & 75, O. B. Robbins book: Daniel moved first in to Northumberland County, PA. Called the "Fishing Creek Jacksons". His wife Jamima died in and Daniel moved in , at to Franklin Township, Knox County, Ohio. He married his second wife in Knox County, Ohio, in Oct of

    Richmond County (link to FamilySearch page)Established in from Anson County. A few of the court records are missing; reason unknown. (To do a quick search, use your browser’s search function. Press. Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac).) Unnamed – 6 folders (); estate papers, decedent not identified/indexed (indexed under “Unknown”) Read more. Illinois Genealogy. This state page of our website provides direct links to free major genealogy databases and historical titles and information found on Illinois Genealogy, whether they exist on our site, or across the web.


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Allen County Public Library Portions of the book Thornhill genealogy. by Thornhill, T. texts. eye 22 favorite 0. On 16 April John sold his 91 acres to James Hood for pounds and, after the death of his father Daniel inmoved to Pemaquid, Maine.

Daniel and his wife Margaret (Jacques), b. in Chesnay, Eure Et Loire, France d. had 10 children, sr. of whom were born in Ireland. To this end a concentrated effort has been made to bring together as many of the descendants of Daniel McFarland (Died caWorcester, Mass.) as practical.

In addition this "Project" is also intended to provide additional information to supplement the book entitled: "The McFarlands Of Hancock County, Me.", by Daniel Y. McFarland, BOOK "GENEALOGY OF THE JOSEPH AND WILLIAM MCFARLAND BRANCHES OF THE MCFARLAND FAMILY TO "17 pages by Thomas S.

McFarland, Cable, Ohio. NOTE: Joseph McFarland () and William McFarland () of Rockbridge County, Virginia, Harrison County, Kentucky, and Greene County, Ohio. early survey as follows: Orange County, VA Deed Book III, p. 13, is the following order: "Deed (or release) dated Sept. 28,William Beverly of Essex county, Virginia, Gentleman of the first part, and Samuel Givens, of Orange County, farmer, of the other part, - for and in consideration of seven pounds, ten shillings, and six pence.

* McFARLAND: The Book of Generations of William McFarland and Nancy Kilgore - By Joseph McFarland, M.D. (Elgin, Illinois, ) - OL * McFARLAND: Descendants of Daniel McFarland one of the Scotch (-Irish) Presbyterians who settled in Worcester, Massachusetts; emigrated from Ireland Sources [] Harry Wright NewmanAnne Arundel Gentry: A Genealogical History of Some Early Families of Anne Arundel Co., Delaware: Colonial Roots, COULTER Family Genealogy (Bob Coulter) CLODFELTER (see GLADFELTER)-D-DEAL-Solomon DEAL ( - ) Unknown parentage DEAL-William Silas DEAL (~/25 - ) Unrecognized Confederate hero DEITZ-Desc.

of Johan Frederick DIETZ (bef aft ). The first documentary record we have of Jane as wife of Anthony Sr. was in There is a possibility Anthony Sr. married twice. Source: "Gholson & Allied Families" by Virginia Baker Mitchell.

Children of ANTHONY GHOLSON and JANE are: 2. WILLIAM 2 GHOLSON, SR., b. Bet. - ; d. James McFarland, a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War, was an early settler at Kilkenny stream, Trenton, Maine. He and his wife, Margaret Smith, were the parents of at least six children.

His brother, Thomas McFarland, a pioneer of Hancock County, Maine, married Jane Smith, Margaret Smith's sister, in They had eleven children,   The Family of Daniel McFarland (ca. – ) Daniel McFarland and several of his grown family arrived in Boston, MA on 4 Augustaboard the ‘William’, Archibald Hunter, Master, sailing from Colerain, Ireland.

The McFarland family first settled in Marblehead, MA. The Family of Daniel McFarland [2] (ca. – ) () Daniel McFarland and several of his grown family arrived in Boston, MA on 4 Augustaboard the ‘William’, Archibald Hunter, Master, sailing from Colerain, Ireland. The McFarland family first settled in Marblehead, MA.

(d)Mary McFarland. (e)Sarah McFarland, b.md. on 27 Aug in Mt. Holley, Burlington Co., NJ to Stephen was born 29 Jun and died 29 Mar Sarah died in (f)Daniel McFarland, Jr., b.

in d Avis Reynolds, then married Abigail died 2 May (g)Ann McFarland, b. cir Daniel McFarland born Ulster (prob Tyrone), died between andWorcester, Mass. Possibly a deces of the Dunkan Mcffarlan mentioned in the Muster Roll, Baroney of Strabane, Tyrone, Ireland.

Daniel McFarland, was not by DNA a MacFarlane. The book has detailed descriptions of people, places and activities, beginning with McFarland Clans in Scotland in AD. It discusses the McFarland family emigration to America and how they settled in North Carolina, and how they then settled throughout several other states, including South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

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Ulster, Ireland d.Worcester, Massachusetts Generation No. 4 Lieut. William 4 McFarland (Andrew 3, Daniel 2, McFarland 1) was born J in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and died Janu He married Elizabeth Browning Novemdaughter of James Browning and Elizabeth was born J.

31 Jan Mary Boone b. 17 Jan /39 d. 20 Aug at 6 months, and 22 days, she is buried at Exeter. Married 14 May to: Thomas Lee, son of Samuel and Margaret Lee d. 20 Oct Martha Boone b. 30 Jun d. Unknown Married George Hughes James Boone II b. 26 Jan /44 d. Compiled by Samuel D. Johnson on J 2 1.

Zachary1 Wade, b.in probably Warwickshire, England,1 d.in Charles Co, MD.1 Married Mary Hattonin St Marys, Md.1 She was the daughter of Richard Hatton and Margaret Hatton. Mary Hatton was b.in England,1 d.in Charles Co, MD.1 [].This might be William Burch Sr, if not, then it is probably his son William Jr.

He signed with an "X". Seed Cane is located in eastern Surry County near the Stokes County line. (Surry Co, NC Deed Book F page from Surry County, North Carolina Deeds Books D, E and F by Mrs. W. O. Absher.). (Note: This book can be purchased from.McFarland, Numa | 39 Genealogy of James McFarland family; Ohio Hunt, Julia Ell | 40 The book of the generations of William Mc Cantwell, E.

N. | 41 Three central Pennsylvania families: McF Bell, Raymond M | 42 McFarland family history