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heritage of John Crawford, 1600-1676, of Scotland and the colony of Virginia

Nellie McLane Barham

heritage of John Crawford, 1600-1676, of Scotland and the colony of Virginia

a compilation of his ancestral lines

by Nellie McLane Barham

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Published by N.M. Barham and M.R. Barham in [Virginia?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crawford family.,
  • Crawford, John, 1600-1676 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementcompiled by Nellie M. and Marius R. Barham.
    SeriesFamilies are forever ;, bk. 6
    ContributionsBarham, Marius Randolph.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.C899 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1495236M
    LC Control Number93170152

      Crawford family history shows the first written instance probably belonged to the proprietor of the barony of Crawford, in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Alternate spellings include Crofford, Crawfford, Craufurd, Crufor, and Crofoot. Crawford genealogy includes actress Joan Crawford as well as model Cindy Crawford. Crawford Birth Records. Full text of "Scotch Irish pioneers in Ulster and America".

      Lowland Scots started coming to North America shortly after it was settled. For example, John Crawford (), of Jordan Hill, Ayrshire, Scotland, and the youngest son of the Earl of Crawford, immigrated to Virginia in He died while taking part in Bacon's Rebellion in "Part I stands on its own as an historical study of early emigrations following the lead of the Argyll Colony in Part II provides a comprehensive listing of names and locations of Scottish North and South Carolina families beginning in and continuing with the descendents down to three, four or five generations for nearly a century."--Front flap of jacket.

    Full text of "The Paxtons: their origin in Scotland, and their migrations through England and Ireland, to the colony of Pennsylvania, whence they moved South and West, and found homes in many states and territories" See other formats.   HENDERSONs of Fordell, Fife, Scotland & Augusta, VA (9K) Showing of 8 messages. HENDERSONs of Fordell, Fife, Scotland & Augusta, VA (9K) Alan B. Wilson: 2/24/97 AM The Henderson family who occupied Fordell Castle in In Dr. Joseph Lyon Miller published a small book, "Ancestry and Descendants of Lieut. John Henderson," Richmond.


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Heritage of John Crawford, 1600-1676, of Scotland and the colony of Virginia by Nellie McLane Barham Download PDF EPUB FB2

The heritage of John Crawford,of Scotland and the colony of Virginia: A compilation of his ancestral lines (Families are forever) Unknown Binding – January 1, The heritage of John Crawford,of Scotland and the colony of Virginia: A compilation of his ancestral lines (Families are forever) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Nellie McLane Barham.

Their son, John died in in Scotland. There were many John Crawfords, who came to America from Scotland. Google lineage book on Crawfords: A Genealogical Account of the Principal Families in Aryshire, by George Robertson, published inpage John came to America inbringing his grown son, David with him to :Scotland.

John Crawford, here treated, is not the same person as John Crawford of Kilbirnie who is the eldest son and heir of John Crawfurd of Kilbirnie and his wife Margaret Blair. of Scotland and the colony of Virginia book NOTE: John Crawford of Jamestown arrived in Virginia in about with his only known child Colonel David Crawford.

John Crawford. Birth: - Kilbirnie, Ayershire, ScotlandChildren: David Crawford. Biography. John Crawford was born in in England or in in Kilbirnie, Ayershire, Scotland [ citation needed] Death: James City, Virginia. Burial: Watertown, Middlesex, Mass [ citation needed] One source claims that John Crawford was the grandson of Malcolm Crawford, Chief of Clan Crawford - John Crawford,a widower and "a cadet of the Kilbirnie (variously spelled) family of Crawford", came from Scotland with his son David, to Jamestown, Virginia inand settled in James City County near Richmond “Virkus' Compendium of American Genealogy”, Vol.

1, page   Sir Robert De Crawford ( - ) - Isabell Semphill. Laurence Crawford ( -) - Helen Campbell. Hugh Crawford ( -) - Margaret Coquhoun. was a friend of Mary Queen of Scots, fought for her at Langside.

His brother, Capt. Thomas Crawford fought for the other side. John 1600-1676 Crawford, Circa - John (Crauford) Crawford New Jersey. John (Crauford) Crawford was born circaat birth place, to Patrick Crawford of Auchinames and Jane Crawford of Auchinames. Patrick was born inin Auchinames, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Colonel David Crawford (c. [1] – ) was a member of the House of Burgesses and an early plantation owner in Virginia. David Crawford was born circain Scotland, emigrating to the Virginia Colony with his father, John Crawford around [2] His father was later killed in Bacon's Rebellion of by Pamunkey en: Capt.

David Crawford, Sarah Brechin, William Crawford, Angelina McGuire (Crawford), John Crawford. The Crawford Genealogy and Family Tree Page Welcome to the Crawford Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy Today. Our editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Crawford surname.

Col David I Crawford was born inat birth place, to John Lawrence Sir Crawford of Kilbirnie and Mary Margaret Blair of Glencairn Crawford (born Cuninghame). John was born inin Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, Scotland. The heritage of John Crawford,of Scotland and the colony of Virginia: a compilation of some of his ancestral lines: this heritage includes early Scottish Kings, Saxon Kings of England, William the Conqueror and Charlemagne, during a period of approximately sixteen hundred years.

Colonel David Crawford (c – ) was a member of the House of Burgesses and an early plantation owner in Virginia. David Crawford was born circain Scotland, emigrating to the Virginia Colony with his father, John Crawford around His father was later killed in Bacon's Rebellion of His daughter Elizabeth (died ) married Nicholas Meriwether II of New Kent.

History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book was converted from its ph /5. Our Crawford Cousins, the Past Years: The Descendants of John Crawford,with Links to the Bradfields, Farrars, Jeffersons, McCartneys The Moyers of the Germanna Colony of Virginia.

Colorado Springs, Colo.: J.W. Richards, Genealogy of the Spotswood Family in Scotland and Virginia. Albany, New York: J. Munsell, The Edinburgh University Press office is closed. Most staff are working from home. You can get in touch by email. JOHN CRAWFORD, born in Ayrshire, Scotland was killed during Bacon's Rebellion John Crawford was born the same year () as King Charles I of England and is generally credited with being a loyal Cavalier or supporter of the Stuart line.

as the colony of Virginia wished for settlers. They were allotted some land, because they. of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts, – [–], ) Seventeenth-Century Virginia In its session of March /58, Virginia’s General Assembly passed an act setting the conditions for foreigners to become denizens (or subjects) of the colony of Virginia and receive certain specified Size: 69KB.

An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May Notes taken from Northern Notes & Queries. Tree of the family of Stirling, Cameron and Strarudie in Fife. A booklet on the family in Coupar Angus and Edinburgh. The families of Kinhilt and Drumore, most probably taken from P.H.M'Kerlie's, 'Lands and.

Botetourt County Virginia Heritage. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. A bit dry, but also super helpful. This book was a great help in my endeavors to trace my family tree. Fincastle Firebaugh George ginia Glen Wilton grandchildren grandfather grandparents Henry High School Hill Jacob James River Jane John John McHenry Joseph July 1/5(2).

Information on William Crawford [v13tFTW] Mrs. John Gamble in "Decendants of Alexander & Mary McPheeters/Crawford" book states: Col. William Crawford first American ancestor. He and Mary Douglas were married in Scotland. He and Mary moved to. This book presents histories and genealogies of the Randolph family in Scotland, England, Colonial Virginia, and the United States of America.

In addition to the Randolphs, it includes the histories and genealogies of seven important English families that are ancestors of the Randolphs/5(4).William Crawford (2 September – 11 June ) was an American soldier and surveyor who worked as a western land agent for George rd fought in the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary was tortured and burned at the stake by American Indians in retaliation for the Gnadenhutten massacre, a notorious slaughter of Indians by militia near the end of Allegiance: United States of America.History of Augusta County, Virginia - J.

Lewis Peyton. This volume presents a fascinating, detailed history of old Augusta County and her early residents. Alexander Spotswood is credited with the discovery of the Valley of Virginia.

His glowing reports of the area reached John Lewis, an Irish immigrant living in Pennsy.