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Rob & Joe : McCracken & Williamson ancestors in eighteenth century South Carolina

Hulda W. Ronemous
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1995
xii, 211 p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps


Bibliography: p. 141-162.

The McCrackens of Horry County and Williamsons of Marion County, S.C. Robert McCracken was born ca. 1727 possibly in Scotland. He and his wife, Agnes (b. ca. 1731), with their three childrem came from Belfast, Ireland to South Carolina in 1763/64. He married (2) Elizabeth White of Berkley Co., S.C. They had three children. Joseph Williamson was from London, England. He is said to have settled in what is now Marion Co., S.C. in 1740.

Includes Collins, Gasque, McCracken/McCrackin, Moore, Owens, Reaves, Skipper, Williamson and allied families.

Includes index.

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