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Scots on the Chesapeake, 1607-1830

compiled by David Dobson
Dobson, David, 1940- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Genealogical Publishing Company, c1992
xv, 169 p.
0806313285

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"This book attempts to bring together all available references to Scots in Virginia and Maryland from sources scattered throughout Great Britain and North America. In order to develop the information, research was carried out over many years in major archives and libraries in Scotland, England, Canada and the United States with emphasis on primary sources such as probate records, court records, indenture agreements, jail registers, family papers, contemporary newspapers and magazines, naturalization papers, Loyalist claims, church registers, militia papers, gravestone inscriptions, government documents, and census returns. ... only those who can be positively identified as Scots or were highly likely to have been born in Scotland have been selected for inclusion in this work." -- P. vi-vii.

Includes bibliographic sources.

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