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Alexander McGrew Genealogy of Amelia Township, South Carolina

by C.J. McGrew Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Spring Hill, Florida : C.J. McGrew Jr., c1989
370 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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G. Eugene McGrew, uncle of the author, did much of the genealogical research included in this book.

Alexander McGrew (1768-1828) was a son of James McGrew (d.1773) and Jane Lapsley. Alexander immigrated from Tyrone, Ireland to Charlestown, South Carolina in 1773, with his father and their family. His parents died shortly, and Alexander was raised as an orphan in St. Matthews Parish, Orangeburg District, South Carolina. He married Margaret Myers and settled on land in Amelia Township, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio and elsewhere. Includes some Scotch-Irish ancestors and descendants in Ulster province, Ireland. Includes other McGrew immigrants of Scotch-Irish lineage who immigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania, with some of their descendants and relatives.

Includes indexes.

Includes Blanton, Dantzler, Freeman, Knight, Lynch, Pritchard, Sightler, Wilkinson, Wimberly and related families.

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