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Re: Phillip McRae, Revolutionary War soldier in NC?
Posted by: Misty Rosenfeld (ID *****7399) Date: November 21, 2008 at 09:12:35
In Reply to: Phillip McRae, Revolutionary War soldier in NC? by Larry Cornwell of 391

If Phillip McRae was in the American Revolution there will be a record in the DAR in Washington and the state records at the state archives in Raeligh, North Carolina - He may be the Phippip that came to the colonies along with and Ian (John) and 9 brothers - Philip may also be listed as Finley -english translation is Philip the same as Ian is John - this Ian passed away on the passage over but the 9 boys made it - they settled on what is today the Richmond/Marlboro state lines

Roderic and John fought on the side of the crown and after the war was over lost all their holdings in the Carolina's and were removed to Canada

My MacRae/McRae line is in the Carolinas - well, was - but all of my grnadmothers siblings are now gone and one on uncle had a son and I'm not sure if he ever married -

Misty


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