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The McCrearys of Barnwell County, S. C.

Richard A. McCreary, Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Columbia, South Carolina : R.A. McCreary, 1991
232 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Robert McCreary (ca. 1742-1814) was born in County Down, Ireland, probably in the Groomsport area, the son of John and Agnes Kennedy McCreary. He married Margaret Gaston (1739-1768) in Ireland, ca. 1760 and immigrated to America, with her family, soon after their marriage. They had three children, 1761-1765, born in Chester County, South Carolina. He married 2) Mary Fortune, shortly after Margaret's death. They had seven children, 1771-after 1791. The family moved to Barnwell County, South Carolina, before 1775. He died in Barnwell County. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas,

Includes the Clayton, Moseley, Ashley and other allied families.

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