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ALEXANDER MACRAE (1734-1810) Descendents

I am descended from an Alexander McRae/MacRae (1734-29 Apr 1810) who married to an Isabel \\ (1734-13 Dec 1825). They are buried at Old Barbecue Presbyterian located in Harnett County, NC. Children include: Philip, Daniel, Christian and Malcom McRae. Any assistance you can offer on him or this family is much appreciated!

Please note on the 1790 Federal Census, North Carolina, the following heads of family were reported...
Alexr Cumberland,
Alexr Richmond,
Alexr Richmond,
Alexr Richmond,
Alexr Richmond,
Alexr, Jr. Robeson,
Alexr, Sr. Robeson,

Query posted by : Darryl

20 Apr 2005 at 21.30
The following replies have been posted in response to the above query. They are sorted chronologically according to the time of receipt, with the most recent at the end of the page.
Hi, I am from Harnett County, and know that there were 4 brothers who settled in then Cumberland county. I have pretty figured out that they came to Wilmington and settled in Anderson Creek, then cumberland County. My family still lives in the same area and I have visited BBQ Church. My Grandmother is 95 and knows many of the names you mention, this is a story that has been passed down for generations. Just email me back, thanks Jean McRae

Reply posted by : Jean McRae

7 Dec 2005 at 06.00
Please email me directly at darryl-public (at) to discuss further. I look forward to your correspondence.


Reply posted by : Darryl

10 Dec 2005 at 14.52
Malcolm was my grandmothers grandfather. I have a family tree I can share. Just email me if interested and I will share what I have.

Reply posted by : Verl Allen Kenyon Ii

22 Dec 2011 at 09.22
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