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Re: Falconar-Bartlett, Queen Anne Co MD 1790
Posted by: Paul Gifford Date: July 13, 1999 at 10:06:57
In Reply to: Re: Falconar-Bartlett, Queen Anne Co MD 1790 by Jo Ann Sisco of 671

Hannah Falconar, b. 17 Jan. 1744/5 in Shrewsbury Parish, Kent Co., MD, was the daughter of Abraham Falconar (d. 1754 Kent Co., MD) by his wife Elizabeth Barnes (d. 1765 Kent Co., MD), dau. of William and Ann Barnes of Kent Co., Delaware. Abraham was the son of Gilbert Falconar (b. 30 June 1686 Edinburgh, Scotland, d. 1736 Kent Co., MD) by his wife (m. 12 Jan. 1709/10 at Philadelphia) Hannah Hardiman (d. 12 Dec. 1748), dau. of Abraham and Diana (Thomas) Hardiman of Philadelphia. Gilbert was the son of David Falconar, merchant of Edinburgh (b. c.1632?, d. 20 June 1713 near Aberdeen, Scotland), by his wife Margaret Molleson (b. 26 Aug. 1653 Aberdeen, d. 22 Sept. 1697 Springhall, near Urie, Kincardineshire, Scotland), daughter of Gilbert Molleson, merchant of Aberdeen, by Margaret Smith, his wife. David Falconar was the eldest son of Sir John Falconer (bur. 21 June 1670 Edinburgh), Master of the Scottish Mint, by his first wife Sibilla Ogilvy (d. 4 Dec. 1634). Sir John was the son of Sir Alexander Falconer of Halkerton and Agnes Carnegie. There are many royal descents through them. Look either at my book, _Falconer of Halkerton_ (available through Heritage Books) or J. Balfour Paul's _Scots Peerage_ (Edinburgh, 1909) for earlier descents.

Paul Gifford


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