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It is McCraw not McGraw

prepared by Carol J. McCraw
Books/Monographs
English
Bountiful, Utah : Family History Publishers, 1998
1428 p. in various pagings : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
[3rd ed.]

Notes

Edition statement taken from p. i.

Includes index.

William MacCraw arrived in Virginia prior to 1746. He may have come from the Isle of Skye, Scotland. His will was probated in 1748 in Cumberland County, Virginia. It does not mention his wife but does list the following children: Francis, Elizabeth, William, Samuel, James, Benjamin, Edward, Dancy and Stephen. With the exception of Elizabeth, each chapter in this book follows the descendants of one of these children. Descendants have lived in Virginia, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Includes some information on several unrelated McCraw families.

Includes information on the Allison, Bailey, Blanton, Davis, Ellis, Fleming, Grimes, Hamilton, Harris, Humphries, Jolly, King, Miller, Phillips, Robinson, Ruppe, Sadler, Smith, Steger, Thomas, Tuck, Williams, Wilson, Young, and many others.

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