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The Lauderdales of Scotland and America, 1056-1936 : we are one

by Charles J. Lauderdale
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Joplin, Missouri : Gahagan Printing, c1937
1 online resource (91 pages, [10] leaves of plates) : illustrations, coat of arms, portraits

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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2019.

Includes Borg, Emerson, Hagan, Kindle, Lively and related families.

Includes interspersed manuscript additions, and 4 manuscript leaves inserted at end (including pedigree charts) compiled by Beverly Joan Borg Morris, Hooper, Utah.

James Maitland Lauderdale (b.1690/1695) immigrated from Scotland to Pennsylvania about 1714, later moving to Augusta (later Botetourt) County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma and elsewhere. Includes many Scottish ancestors (with the surname of Maitland), being that part of the Scottish nobility holding the Earldom of Lauderdale.

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