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Cuz's of sorts : North American descendants of Gaelic clan MacEachain

compiled by Minniebell McKaughan Perkins
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Kerrville, Texas] : M.M. Perkins, 1991
[5], xiv, 585, [23] p., [41] p. of plates. : ill., coats of arms, ports.

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Chiefly descendants of Archibald McKaughan. Archibald McKaughan was born ca. 1715 in County Antrim, Ireland. He married Rebecca Boyd, ca. 1833. They had four children. The two boys were born in Ireland, and immigrated to America with their parents in 1747. The family settled in Pennsylvania, where two daughters were born. Archibald McKaughan (b. 1735) and Hugh McKaughan (1743-after 1820) were both soldiers in the Revolutionary War and married in Pennsylvania. They, with their families and sisters, migrated to Sullivan County, Tennessee, ca. 1793. The parents probably died in Pennsylvania. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Kansas, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Texas, Indiana, and throughout the United States. Descendants spell their name McKaughan, McGahan, McCoin and other variant spellings.

"A genealogical study from the 'Horse Lord' Eachain, covering American cousins now spelling the name McCaughan, McCaughn, McKaughan, McKaughn, McKeighan, McCaughin, McCoin, McKoin, McGahan, McConn, McCann, McEachain, McEachan, and McEachern."

Contents: The immigrants: Archibald McKaughan, Sr. and Rebecca Boyd, born County Antrim, Ireland, around 1715, came to America 1747, Pennsylvania to Tennessee -- The immigrant: John McCaughan and Hannah Jane Johnson (the surveyor), born County Atrim, Ireland, 1776, came to America, 1795, Philadelpha, Pennsylvania, to Trigg County, Kentucky, to Shelby County, Ohio, to Iowa -- The immigrants: Thomas McCaughan, born County Artrim, Ireland, ca. 1745, to Ebenezer, Tennessee. Dennis McCaughan and Isabella Gray, brother to Thomas, born County Antrim, Ireland, ca. 1757, County Antrim, Ireland, to Canada, to Ebenezer, Tennessee, 1839 -- The immigrant: Robert John McCaughan and Hanna McNaull, born County Antrim, Ireland, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1893 -- Immigrants from County Antrim, Ireland, to America at different dates: Daniel McKeighan and Mary Williamson, County Antrim, Ireland, to Indiana, 1828. Rev. William John McCaughan and Sarah Cooper, County Antrim, Ireland, to Toronto, Canada, to Chicago, Illinois, to Ireland. Alexander McCaughn and (1) Margaret Steele, (2) Mahala Steele, County Atrim, Ireland, to Dane County, Wisconsin, 1822, with his mother, Sarah Christi, our brothers and three sisters. Alexander McCaughan and _______, County Antrim, Ireland, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

John McCaughan and Lucinda E. of Phildelphia, Pa. to Ok. William James McCaughlin & Sarah Clough, [to] CA. Nehemiah (Mike) McCaughan and Velva Irelen Spivia, Ireland to CA. Archibald McCaughan and Elizabeth Hanna, Ireland to Scotland, to MA. MacEachains from Scotland to North America. McCaughan's and McKaughan's to Canada. James McCaughan from Ireland to Canada to California. World wide McCaughan's and McKaughan's. Obituaries: Hector McCaugin, NY. Dr. R. C. McCaughan, IL. Blakley D. McCaughan, PA.

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