Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America
This is a study of the emigration from Northern Ireland of persons of Scottish and English descent. Chapters are devoted to the Scotch-Irish settlements in Pennsylvania, Maryland, South Carolina, and Massachusetts and include valuable lists of early pioneers. In addition, considerable space is devoted to the redoubtable settlers of Londonderry, New Hampshire. The book's extensive appendices contain lists of great genealogical importance. Biographical information is to be met with throughout the volume.
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Aghadowey Alexander America Andrew Antrim Belfast Archibald Ardstraw Armagh arrived August Ballymoney Bann Valley Belfast Blair born Boston N. L. Brunswick Captain Casco Bay Clark Coleraine colony Cotton Mather County Antrim County Tyrone Daniel daughter Derry died Donegal Donegore Dracut Dublin early Elizabeth emigrants England English Falmouth families Foyle George Hampshire Henry History Hugh Indians Ireland James McGregor James McKeen James Woodside Jane John Gray Joseph July June Kennebec land Lechmere Londonderry Lough Macosquin Maghera Margaret married Mary Massachusetts master Matthew McFadden McFarland meeting house Merrymeeting Bay migration miles minister Monaghan Moor N. L. Aug N. L. Sept Name Not Given News-Letter North Nutfield October passengers Patrick Pennsylvania petition preached Presbyterian Presbyterian Church records River Robert Samuel Scotch Irish settled settlement ship Smith Society South Carolina Strabane Synod Thomas Craighead tion town Ulster wife William Boyd Wilson winter Worcester