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McMillan / MacMillan family : a family of Scotch-Irish ancestors that came to the United States of America in the 1700s

compiled 1995 - Donald L. Jones
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Marissa, Illinois : Marissa Historical & Genealogical Society, 1966 [i.e.1996]
v, 304 p. : ill., coat of arms.
3rd ed.

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Hugh McMillan was born ca. in Scotland. A Covenanter, he was forced to leave Scotland and settled at Rasharking, County Antrim, Ireland. He was the father of at least four children, born 1748-1756. Two of his sons immigrated to America. 1) Hugh McMillan (1750-1818) immigrated to America ca. 1784 and settled near Chester, South Carolina. 2) Daniel McMillan (1752-1838), a Revolutionary War soldier, immigrated to America ca. 1768 and settled in South Carolina. He migrated to Illinois, ca. 1835 and died in Henderson County, Illinois. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Illinois, Ohio and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes the Anderson, Barnes, Brook, Bull, Cooper, Ferguson, Graham, Hill, Marshall, McClure, Nisbet, Stormont, Williamson and other related families.

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