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The history of the Cresaps

compiled by Joseph Ord Cresap and Bernarr Cresap ; foreword by Frank Tallmadge
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English
Gallatin, Tennessee : Cresap Society, c1987
803 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., facsims., ports.
Rev. ed

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"Originally printed, 1937."

Includes indexes.

Additions and corrections published in "Bulletin of the Cresap Society" and in "Revision of the Cresap genealogy."

Includes Clark, Ogle, Ord, Scott, Wilson and related families and variant spelling Creasap.

Thomas Cresap (ca. 1694-1790) was born in Skipton, Yorkshire, England. He came to America about 1710 and settled in Harford (then Baltimore) County, Maryland. He married Hannah Johnson in 1727. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Texas and throughout the United States.

Omits chapters IX-XI of previous editions but includes "revised genealogy containing the names of several thousand Cresap descendants not listed in the first edition."

Related works: Revision of the Cresap genealogy

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