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Reverend John Craig 1709-1774 : his descendants and allied families

by Lillian Kennerly Craig
Books/Monographs
English
New Orleans, Louisiana : Accurate Letter Co., c1963
x, 408, xlix p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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John Craig was born in 1709 in Donegore, Antrim, Ireland. He emigrated in 1734. He settled in Augusta County, Virginia and was the founder of Augusta Stone, and Tinkling Spring Presbyterian churches in Virginia. He married Isabella Helena Russell. They had nine children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Ireland, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri.

Includes index.

Includes Alexander, Allen, Arbuckle, Armstrong, Bright, Burford, Clayton, Eastham, Guy, Hamilton, Handley, Huddleston, Kennerly, Langtry, McCoy, Shrewsbury, Tate, Woodson, Yates and related families.

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