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The Brand family of Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia)

by Franklin Marion Brand
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2011

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Digital images of original published: Morgantown, West Virginia : F.M. Brand, 1922 (Charlestown, West Virginia : Tribune Printing). 426 p. : ports.

John Brand (ca.1752-1834) and his brother, James Brand, were born in New Jersey (traditionally they were sons of a James Brand who was kidnapped in Scotland to sell into indenturehood, but no proof has been found). John served in the Revolutionary War (possibly with the George Rogers Clark expedition), and married Jane McCray. They lived in Fayette County, Pennsylvania until 1790, when they moved to Monongalia County, Virginia (later West Virginia). Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa and elsewhere.

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Includes Brand, Barns, Cordray, Evans, Finley, Lough, Mercer and related families.

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