Title: Pearson, Jonathan, Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of ... Schenectady (1662-1800) (Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., (reprinted) 1984)
Continued: Death: 27 AUG 1795 in St. Johns, Canada - on journey there, supposedly killed by Indians, body never found. Occupation: Barrister of Edinbrough, professor of languages at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. Event: Name Change Changed from Mac to Mc Emigration: 1768 Schenectady, NY Residence: 1790 Fed. Census - Montgomery Ward, NY,NY page 121 Military Service: 1775 Committe of Safety for Tryon Cty., NY (see DAR #89924) Event: Lineage Reference 1774 Settled Schenectady, his issue - pg 271, "Scottish Emigrants To USA", Donald Whyte, Baltimore 1972 Burial: Location never found - killed by Indians? Sources: Title: 1902 work of Edward Jonathan Wheeler, Albany, NY Author: E. J. Wheeler Publication: Letter to Jerry Robinson, Albin, MS. Copy to Ann O. Hawkins, Augusta,GA Note: Work done at the request of Jeremiah "Jerry" Robinson, Albin, MS Repository: Note: H. F. Clark, II Ancestrial lore. "he changed the spelling of his name from MacDougal to McDougall. Taken from family Bible in which Nicholas McDougall wrote the above." Letter written by my Grandmother Ann Olivia Hawkins Clark. Page 49 of "History of Herkimer County, New York. G . A. Hardin and F. H. Willard, 1893. Also"Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A," by Donald Whyte, 1972 (Page 271). Page 271, "Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A." by Donald Whyte, 1972. Pearson's Genealogies - Schenectady Marriages states 1786 but Edward J. Wheeler's work says 1774.
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