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John & Hugh McQueen connection, if any?
Posted by: John Poole Date: June 28, 2001 at 07:25:04
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I am researching my East Feliciana/Louisiana ancestor, John McQueen, born in 1782, in North Carolina. He was
closely associated with both a "Norman" and a "Daniel McQueen". Norman and Daniel may have been John's
brothers. They witnessed several government documents for my ancestor, John,. . in North Carolina. I am
researching to find out who the father & family of my John McQueen were.

Hugh McQueen was born in the 1770's in North Carolina. He and his wife, Effie Hughes McQueen, had sons named
John, Norman and Daniel. Could Hugh have been my John McQueen's brother or cousin? Naming your sons for
your brothers and father is a common Scottish practice. That would explain the "John, Norman, Daniel McQueen"
similarity between my John and Hugh. All of Hugh's sons were named exactly as my John and his Associated
"brothers", Norman & Daniel. There must be a connection.

Do you know who Hugh McQueen's father was and/or his brothers were?

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