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Re: Jackson's Creek Presbyterian Church, abt. 1775
Posted by: R. L. Guffin (ID *****8970) Date: May 09, 2003 at 11:00:09
In Reply to: Re: Jackson's Creek Presbyterian Church, abt. 1775 by Lynda C. Moseley of 767


Great to hear from you. It was Archibald Paul that I
mentioned and he and his wife, Agnes, surname unknown, came
over around 1768 and got land on Jackson Creek in what is
now Fairfield. There must be a close connection - likely
your Jane was a sister to Archibald. Anyway, Archibald
Paul's oldest son, James Paul, was 10 years old when the
family arrived in SC. He married Agnes McBride as proven
in the will of Robert McBride, proven Oct. 16, 1794, which
names his son-in-law, James Paul, executor.
James wrote his own will on March 4, 1798 which was
recorded April 17, 1798. He mentions land on his land on
Fishing Creek and Catawba River. He said he now lives on
Jackson Creek. He mentioned his underaged sons, Archibald
and James Paul.
Do you have Robert McBride in your records?
Many thanks, R. L.

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