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Maclin, William (b. ABT 1680, d. ABT FEB 1751)

Note: It is traditional in the family that the first William Maclin in this country emigrated from Paisley, Scotland, although no one has so far traced his ancestry there successfully.

He quickly established himself in Virginia and owned three hundred acres in James City County as early as 1704. he later owned large tracts of land in Surry County, and Brunswick County, the latter granted in 1736.

He was surveyor of Brunswick County in 1733 and sheriff there between 1733 and 1739. He served as Justice of the Peace in Brunswick County from 1732 until 1746. He was also a vestryman of St. Andrew's Parish for many years.

We know from his will that his wife predeceased him, but her name is not known, nor whether they were married in Scotland or Virginia.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Ralph Gordon
Title: Ralph Gordon's genealogy of the Gordon family
Given Name: William
Death: ABT FEB 1751 Brunswick County, Virginia
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Cunningham, Alexander (b. ABT 1755, d. 1806)
Given Name: Alexander
Immigration: Date: 1783
Death: 1806 Washington, Pennsylvania
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Scott, Elizabeth (b. ABT 1763)
Given Name: Elizabeth
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Gordon, John (b. , d. 5 JUN 1783)
Given Name: John
Death: 5 JUN 1783
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Lawson, Isabella (b. )
Given Name: Isabella
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Gordon, Thomas (b. )
Given Name: Thomas
Death: Petersburg, Virginia
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Murray, Margaret "Peggy" (b. )
Given Name: Margaret "Peggy"
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Scott, Thomas (b. 1739, d. 1796)
Note: Thomas Scott attended rural schools in Chester County and studied law. Admitted to the bar he practiced law and moved to Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, in 1770. He was made a justice of the peace in 1773.

He served in the first Pennsylvania Assembly in 1776 and in the Supreme Council in 1777. He was the first prothonotary in Washington County, serving from 1781 to 1789 and was made a justice in that county in 1786.

He was a member of the Pennsylvania convention that ratified the U. S. Constitution and was a member of the 1st and 3rd United States Congresses.
Given Name: Thomas
Death: 1796 Washington, Pennsylvania
Burial: Old Graveyard, Walnut, Pennsylvania
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----------, Jean (b. , d. AFT NOV 1793)
Given Name: Jean
Death: AFT NOV 1793
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Scott, Arthur (b. ABT 1759)
Given Name: Arthur
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Scott, Thomas (b. ABT 1760)
Given Name: Thomas
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Scott, Agnes (b. ABT 1765)
Given Name: Agnes
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Scott, Alexander (b. ABT 1772)
Given Name: Alexander
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Scott, Margaret (b. ABT 1774)
Given Name: Margaret
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Scott, Mary (b. ABT 1777)
Given Name: Mary
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Scott, Jean (b. ABT 1781)
Given Name: Jean
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Scott, Sarah (b. ABT 1783)
Given Name: Sarah
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Scott, Rebecca (b. ABT 1785)
Given Name: Rebecca
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Scott, Mabel (b. ABT 1787)
Given Name: Mabel
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Cunningham, Jane (b. ABT 1784)
Given Name: Jane
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