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Descendants of John MARGRAVE

First Generation

1. John MARGRAVE was born about 1738 in London, England.

Migration: 1758, in Philadelphia, PA.

John Margrave was sentenced to transportation to the Colonies in London
on June 5, 1758. He was transportated to the colonies September 1758 on
the ship Tryal which sailed only from London to Pennnsylvania
(Philadelphia) 1727-1808. This is in accordance with "Passenger Lists of
Ships coming to North America 1607-1825 By Lancour.
Source: Ancestry.com World Trees

He had the following children:

+ 2 M i Jesse E. MARGRAVE
+ 3 M ii John MARGRAVE
  4 M iii Thomas MARGRAVE was born about 1763 in Rockbridge Co., VA. He died in 1797 in Lexington, VA.

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