History of the House of Ochiltree of Ayrshire, Scotland: With the Genealogy of the Families of Those who Came to America and of Some of the Allied Families, 1124-1916

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Bulletin printing Company, 1916 - Ochiltre family - 380 pages
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Six Ochiltree families immigrated from Scotland or Ireland to the United States. The principal family dealt with in this book is that of Matthew Ochiltree (d. 1798), who immigrated from County Armagh, Ireland to Delaware about 1760. He married Mary Maxwell in 1761. Some descendants moved to West Virginia, Ohio, Iowa, Indianna, Kansas and elsewhere.
 

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