Lumber River Scots and Their Descendants: The McLeans, the Torreys, the Purcells, the McIntyres, the Gilchrists
William Byrd Press, Incorporated, 1942 - North Carolina - 839 pages
John McLean (d.1846), a native of the island of Mull in Scotland, immigrated in 1792 from Glasgow to Wilmington, North Carolina. He purchased land in upper Robeson (now Hoke) County, North Carolina, and married Effie McLean soon after his arrival. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere.
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