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MacKillop (McCaleb) clan of Scotland and the United States

by Katy McCaleb Headley
Headley, Katy McCaleb (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Chillicothe, Missouri : E.P. Ellsberry, [1964]
2 v.

Notes

Reproduced from typescript (mimeograph).

Title of vol. 2: McCaleb (McKillipe) clan.

Contents: v. 1, sec. 1. Origin of the name. Research in Scotland. Ancestry of Captain William McCaleb -- v. 1, sec. 2. Captain William and Ann (MacKey) and their descendants: William Neil McCaleb. Louis James McCaleb and his descendants. David McCaleb and his descendants John McCaleb and his descendants. Mary McCaleb and her descendants. Samuel McCaleb and his descendants. Ann McCaleb and her descendants. Jonathan McCaleb. Jane McCaleb. Mitilda McCaleb -- v. 1, sec. 3. Bible records. Marriage records. Tombstone inscriptions. Wills. McCaleb history as told in old letters and legends. Early churches attended by McCalebs. Documents and published records. MacApins and Mackeys (research). Mackeys and McAlpins -- v. 2, sec. 1. Origin of the name McCaleb. Arrival of McCalebs to the American Colonies. McCalebs of South Carolina; McCalebs of South Carolina: William Neil (McKillope) McCaleb, 1715-1775, from Scotland to South Carolina. Archibald McCaleb (soldier in the Revolutionary War) from South Carolina to Knox County, Tennessee. James McCaleb (1744-1827), soldier in the Revolutionary War, Cabbarus County, North Carolina. John McCalop, soldier in the Revolutionary War. Catherine McCaleb, Revolutionary records of North Carolina, Upper Salisbury District, N.C. James McCaleb of N.C. and Hickman Co., Tenn. James (McCalop)

McCaleb, Revolutionary soldier of Orange County, North Carolina. Hugh (McAlup) McCaleb, Revolutionary War account, N.C.; Guilford and Surry County, N.C. Andrew McKillip of Surry County, N.C. Nancy McCallup, recieved a military land grant, 1788, North Carolina. Gilbert McCallop, Revolutionary soldier, Duplin County, N.C. Archibald (McCalip & McCalop) McCaleb, New Hanover County, North Carolina. James McCalebb of New Hanover, N.C. and Kemper County, Miss. McCalebs of North Carolina and Tennessee families (not yet connected with other lines): James Haywood McCaleb from Tennessee to Arkansas. Anson McCaleb of Tennessee and Texas -- v. 2, pt. 2. McCalebs of Pennsylvania: James McCaleb of Chester County, Pennsylvania. John McKillop of Cumberland and Mifflin Counties, Pennsylvania. John McKellip of York County, Pennsylvania. John McKillip, William McKillip, Hugh McKillup, H.M. McKellip, William McCalip (all of Huntington, Pennsylvania). James (McKillop) McCaleb of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. John McCalep of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. McCalebs of Maryland: Patrick McCaleb (Revolutionary War soldier of (Frederick) Carroll County, Maryland. Joseph McKillup (Revolutionary War solder). John McKillip. Randle McKillip of Phildelphia, Pennsylvania. Gilbert (McKillop)

McKillip of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Berkely County, West Virginia, and Washington County, Tennessee. McCalebs of Virginia and West Virginia: Enos (McCallop) McCaleb, Revolutionary war service, New Hanover County, N.C., and Rockbridge County, Virginia. Samuel D. McCaleb of Rockbridge County, Virginia, and Putnam County, Illinois. Thomas McCaleb of western Virginia. William McCaleb of western Virginia and Madison County, Alabama. Eli McCaleb of western Virginia and Madison County, Alabama. McCaleb, McCallop, McKillips, McKillops of New York. McKillips of Vermont. McCalebs of Ireland and New York. McKellips of Ireland and Wisconsin. McKellips of Isle of Man and Ohio. McCalibs of Kentucky and Indiana. Alexander McCaleb, Revolutionary War service for New York or Pennsylvania and Maine. McCalebs (not identified to any family group). Military service of McCalebs.

William McCaleb (1747-1813) was born in South or North Carolina. He served as a captain in the Revolutionary War under generals Marian and Pickens. He married Ann MacKey in South Carolina in 1769. They had ten children, 1770-1793. The family migrated from Pendleton District, South Carolina, to West Florida, Natchez district, in 1799. He died on his plantation in Claiborne County, Mississippi. Descendants lived in Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and elsewhere.

Vol. 2. contains other McCaleb, McKillip, McKillop, etc. families.

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