Click here for information and for the order form for Douglas Kelly's newest genealogy book: The Scottish Blue Family in North America. Take advantage of a special price offer if you buy it along with Carolina Scots.
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If you have roots in Eastern North Carolina, or the Pee Dee area of South Carolina, you will probably find the story of your ancestors in this comprehensive volume, which features 500 illustrated and fully indexed pages and includes an impressive listing of 64 original Highland families. An 8,000 entry index lists scores of other names linked through intermarriage.
|Major families include: Bethune, Black, Blue, Brown, Buie, Cameron, Carmichael, Clark, Conoly, Currie, Dalrymple, Darroch, Fairly, Ferguson, Gilchrist, Gillis, Graham, Henderson, Johnson, Keith, Kelly, Lindsay, MacQueen, Martin, McAllister, McArn, McCall/McColl, McCallum, McCaskill, McCrimmon /McCrummen, McDaniel, McDiarmid, McDonald, McDuffie, McEachern, McFadyen, McGilvary, McInnis, McIntosh, McIntyre, McIver, McKay, McKeithan, McKenzie, McKinnon, McLaurin, McLean, McLellan, McLeod, McMillan, McNair, McNeill, McPhaul, McRacken, McRae, Monroe/Munroe, Murchison, Patterson, Purcell, Smith, Torrey|
|The story focuses mainly on settlements in (present) Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Moore, Richmond and Scotland counties, and, to a lesser extent, Anson, Bladen and Montgomery counties, all in North Carolina, as well as Dillon, Marion and Marlboro counties in South Carolina. Eastern Carolina is also the fountainhead of later Scots emigrations to Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and East Texas, so that descendants are listed in all of those states.|
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