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From Viking glory : notes on the McCorkle family in Scotland and America

by Louis W. McCorkle
Books/Monographs
English
Marceline, Missouri : Herff-Jones Publishing, c1982
xii, 423 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports. (1 col.).

Notes

Bibliography: p. 373-379.

Includes index (listing MacCorkle, MacCorquodale, McCorkhill and other variant spellings).

Includes Anderson, Campbell, Chapman, Crockett, Kubiak, Scott and other families.

Robert McCorkle (ca.1728-1757) emigrated with his father from Scotland or Ireland to Augusta County, Virginia, later moving to Lancaster County, South Carolina. Includes details about McCorkle emigrants, one of them probably his father. Descendants of Robert lived in Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere. Includes history of the McCorkle (and variant spellings) family in Scotland.

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