Mary do of John McGill, Ballyeaston, Ruling Elder, m James Matthews

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This is not a question but a discovery. I finally found the Mary McGill who married James Matthews in 1732, Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. James' family was just 1 mile away in Ballynure. James immigrated to Port of Boston, 1718, and settled first in Chester Co., PA. They traversed first to Orange Co., VA, down the Wagon Road, Shenandoah Valley, to Lunenburg Co. They finally settled in what was Rowan Co., NC in 1750, in what became Guilford Co. I have the names of their descendants. Mary d Nov 7, 1779, and is buried Providence Presbyterian Cemetery, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA, near Charlotte, next to one of her sons, William and his family. James' forbears emigrated from S Wales in 1607. I have his genealogy from ancient times in Wales. More on the discovery at my blogspot: http://tunkin.blogspot.com/2017/04/phylogenetic-tree-cts4528.html

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