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Samuel McCutcheon - 1750s - Early American Pioneer
Posted by: Charles McCutchen (ID *****7919) Date: July 15, 2012 at 13:44:51
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A Samuel McCutcheon settled in Franklin Co., Pennsylvania, America, in the 1750s. He might have came there in the 1730s to 1750, but we have no proof of that. It has been estimated that he was born abt. 1725 - 1730, possibly in Ireland. He is thought by some to be related to the first McCutcheon pioneers who settled in Augusta County, Virginia in the 1700s. Samuel's wife was a Barnet or Barnett. Indeed, a Barnet (Barnett) man lived in Franklin County at that same time, and I wonder if the McCutcheon(s) came to America from Ireland with a Barnet (Barnett) family? A good possibility since many families emigrated together. Would dearly love to learn who his mother and father were, and, where in Ireland did he live prior to his voyage to America. Any help much appreciated, and we are desperate for some guidance and some suggestions. Thank you.


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