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A genealogy of the descendants of James Steele and his wife, Mary : late of Clinton district, Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia) ..

Steele genealogy
compiled by Donley M. Steele
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[Morgantown, West Virginia : D.M. Steele, 1919]
[6], 326, [4] p. : ports.

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James Steele was born in 1732 in Ireland of Scotch-Irish parents, and immigrated about 1750 to Philadelphia. He eventually moved to Pittsburgh and then Brownsville, Pennsylvania, where he married Mary Peterson about 1765. They moved to Clinton district, Monongalia County, West Virginia, where he died in 1840.

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