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John and Elizabeth McClurg-James McClurg
Posted by: Linda Brown (ID *****9338) Date: April 28, 2005 at 14:40:21
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John McClurg

I have the following information on the McClurg line. If this helps someone, that is good, if you could help me fill in the blanks, THAT WOULD BE VERY GOOD!

John McClurg was born November 14, 1726 in Newton Stewart, County Galloway, Scotland and died July 12, 1799 in Lower Oxford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of James McClurg.

John married Elizabeth Jackson 1753 in Lower Oxford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Jackson was born 1753 in Lower Oxford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She is the daughter of Samuel Jackson.

Children:

1.       Samuel McClurg born July 9, 1754 in Lower Oxford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania and died April 4 1810 in York County, Pennsylvania. He married Agnes Foulis
2.       *William McClurg
3.       Elizabeth McClurg
4.       John McClurg


James McClurg was born 1700 Newton Stewart, County Galloway, Scotland.

Children:

1.       *John McClurg
2.       Walter McClurg, M.D. Died 1783 in Hampton, Virginia. He married Rachel Westwood in 1746

I may be reached at this web site or through my personal e-mail at farmofbrown@aol.com.

Thank you,
Linda Brown





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