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Neville & Craig : an excerpt from Pennsylvania genealogies, Scotch-Irish & German

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Tomball, Texas : Genealogical Publications, 1976

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Reprint of excerpt from 1886 book printed by L. S. Hart, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

John Neville (1731-1803) was born in Virginia, and married Winifred Oldham in 1754. He served with Washington in the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War, and later moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, New York and elsewhere.

IN: [Pennsylvania genealogies, Scotch-Irish & German] v. 2, p. 478-492.

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