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John Bruce of the Shenandoah : immigrant John Bruce of Frederick County, Virginia and descendants of his five children, Mary, Margaret, James, George, and Anne

by Violet Laverne Bruce
Books/Monographs
English
Decorah, Iowa : Anundsen, c1987
ix, 170 p., [33] plates : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.

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Bibliography: p. 151-156.

John Bruce was probably born in Scotland during the 1690's. His wife's name was Sarah. They immigrated to America by the way of Ireland after 1724, and lived first in southwest Pennsylvania before settling in the Winchester area between 1731 and 1737. Their five children were: 1. Mary, who married William Albin ca. 1737; 2. Margaret, who married Richard Carter before Nov. 4, 1747; 3. James (b. ca. 1720), who married Margaret McMahon, ca. 1744; 4. George (b. ca. 1722), who married Rachel Littler. He died 1800 in Frederick Co., Va.; 5. Anne (ca. 1724-1808), who married James McCoy ca. 1747. Descendants live in Virginia, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Cali- fornia and elsewhere.

Includes related families of Albin, Howard, McClure, Wright, etc.

Includes index.

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