James McLellan
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James McLellan (1734 - 1792)

Dea. James McLellan
Born in Falmouth, Cumberland Co., MEmap
Husband of — married 31 Jul 1756 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 58 in Gorham, Cumberland Co., MEmap
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Birth 1734 Occupation: Cooper Religion Congregational (He was a deacon in the First Congregational Church)

  • A Deacon, but he was a cooper by trade, and lived for a long time in Gorham, ME (the village where his wife's father Hugh's family had settled).
  • He and his wife were cousins.


  • [S37] Bryce McLellan . . . His Children and Grandchildren, John A. McLellan, (n/a; privately distributed), 9.
  • [S240] History of Gorham, Maine, Hugh Davis McLellan, (Portland: Smith and Sale; rpt. Picton Press), 662-63.
  • [S628] New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 30.


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