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Stuart (Stewart), ca. 1730-1924

Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of computer produced typescript (photocopy, 33 leaves) in possession of Oscar Curtis, Bloomington, Indiana.

Copy lacks leaf 31 and title page.

James Stuart was born in Scotland and immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1730. He owned 300 acres of land in Virginia in 1750. He served as a Captain in Broddock's Army in the Frech and Indian War and was burned at the stake by Indians in Augusta County, Virginia, in 1857. His great grandson, John Stuart, was born in 1789 in Augusta County, Virginia. He married Mary Miller in 1812 in Tennessee. They had ten children, born 1813-1832 in Kentucky and Indiana. He died in 1858 in Elizabeth County, Illinois. Descendants listed lived in Indiana, Missouri, and elsewhere. Some descendants spelled their surname "Stewart."

Includes the Deckard, Meadows, and other related families.

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