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A McFadden chronology, 1710-1900

by William Thomas Skinner
Skinner, William Thomas (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Matthews, North Carolina : W.T. Skinner, c1983
[4], 48, 10, 6 p.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [4].

Includes indexes.

Includes Barham, Culp, Ferguson, Gill, McKinney, Walker and other families.

Chronological listing of genealogical data about McFadden individuals and families (many trace relationship, many do not). "These records are of some Chester District, South Carolina McFaddens and their descendants. A few references to the Williamsburg District, S.C. branch of the family and Rutherford County, N.C. branch of the family is [sic] included to infer a relationship, if not in this country, then perhaps in Ireland. It is generally accepted by McFadden family researchers that Candor McFadden was the progenitor of the descendants out of Chester District, S.C., and that he was born in Ireland. No proof of this has been found and to my knowledge, no research has been done in Ireland on the subject. If research in Ireland is attempted, it is felt the beginning should be made in county Antrim in the north of Ireland, perhaps near Ballymena." (Preface)

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