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History of the Colquhoun/Calhoun families and their ancestral homeland

Colquhoun/Calhoun and their ancestral homelands
by Ellen R. Johnson
Books/Monographs
English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, c1993
247 p.
1556138733

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Cover title and spine title: Colquhoun/Calhoun and their ancestral homelands.

The Colquhoun/Calhoun family in Scotland, Ireland, Canada and the United States from 1190 through 1993. Patrick (d. 1741) and Catherine Montgomery Calhoun were immigrants to Lancaster, Pa. in 1733. They were born in Londonderry, Ireland and moved from Donegal Co., Ireland before sailing to America. Their children, Mary, William, Ezekiel, James and Patrick, Jr. are identified as the ancestors of the largest group of descendants. Family lived in Wythe Co., Va., then in Abbeville Co., S.C. in 1756.

Includes index.

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