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Andrew Kirkpatrick

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Andrew Kirkpatrick
Born about in Watties Neach, Dumfrieshire, , Scotlandmap
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in New Castle, Delaware, USAmap
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Biography

Two sons, Alexander and Andrew Kirkpatrick, came to the colonies together. Their story is recounted in an article titled "Kirkpatrick Family of Somerset Co" in the "Somerset County Historical Quarterly" vol III (1994). They came over with their wives and children in a particularly bad crossing where they ran out of food. The families landed in New Castle, DE starving and broke and ended up going to New Jersey on foot.

Name

Andrew KIRKPATRICK

Birth

1706 Watties Neach, Dumfrieshire, , Scotland

Birth source; record of Andrew Kirkpatrick born abt 1706 in Scotland [1]

Death

1725 New Castle, Delaware, USA

Sources

  1. Birth Record CD # 17 - extracted from Linkage Lineage database CD#100
  • Ancestry Family Trees

Acknowledgments

This person was created through the import of PittsPenn_2010-09-21.ged on 22 September 2010.

WikiTree profile Kirkpatrick-609 created through the import of McDonald Family Tree_Wiki_2011-05-28.ged on May 29, 2011 by HB McDonald.









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