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Biography of Wilmer McLean

Frank P. Cauble
Books/Monographs
English
Lynchburg, Virginia : H.E. Howard, c1987
ii, 114 p. : ill., ports.
2nd ed., rev
0930919394
The Virginia Civil War battles and leaders series; v. 6

Notes

Bibliography: p. 90-108.

Includes index.

The name McLean originated in Scotland and originally it was spelled Macghillean, Maclean, McClean, McLean, McLaine, McLane, etc. Donald McLean came to America in the 18th century from the Isle of Mull. He settled in eastern New Jersey on 2 October 1770. He married Lucretia Hodgkinson ca 1790 in New Jersey. They moved to Alexandria, Virginia and lived there until their death in the early 1820s.

His grandson, Wilmer McLean, lived in Appomattax Court House. His home was used during the surrender negotiations between Grant and Lee which ended the Civil War.

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