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The McCall family in Ireland and America

compiled and edited by James L. McCall
McCall, James L. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Morgantown, North Carolina : J.L. McCall, [195-?]
16 leaves : ill., ports.

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John McCall, of Scottish lineage, emigrated from Ireland to Plymouth, Massachusetts on the Mayflower in 1620, and married twice (once in Ireland). His great-grandson, John McCall, married Helen Moore and moved back to Ireland. Robert McCall (1752-1820), son of John and Helen, married Elizabeth Aiken in 1773, and emigrated in 1775 from Ireland to Pennsylvania, served in the Revolutionary Army, and then moved to Henry County, Virginia and after 1793 to Burke County, North Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere.

Includes Gibbs, McCurry, Minish, Rust, Shell, Walter and related families.

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