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Researching MCCREIGHT in Fairfield Co, who arrived in 1772 on the Pennsylvania Farmer, and MCMICHAEL, who lived in the Long Cane area of Abbeville Co in the 1790's;
Hello, everyone! Happy New Year! I'm trying to find more information about my third great-grandfather Abraham Richardson & his siblings, if he had any. Abraham Richardson was born in SC; lived in Hartsville. I'm also trying to find more information on his children. I have information on one of his sons, Colonel Richardson, who is my second great-grandfather. But the rest of Abraham's children, I cannot find no information on descendants to save my life. There was Daniel, Margaret, Priscilla, Colonel(I have info on his line), Mary, Henry, Martha, Catherine, and Charles Richardson. I believe I have them in order. I also do not have no information on the women; whether they married and if they did marry, their married names. Sigh. Can anyone on here help? I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Researching the Anthony Funderburgh line in Edgefield S. Carolina as far back as 1790. Anthony furnished supples during the Revolution. I can find records that he was in Wilkes Co., Ga in 1773. from Land Records. He went back to Edgefield by 1790 and died in 1809. His son, Isaac was said to have been a Captain in the Revolution but that has not been proven. Anthony married a McCarty and his son, Isaac, later also married a McCarty. Most likely a cousin. Would be interesting to find more info on these two. I have just joined this website and look forward to sharing and finding new info
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