Person:John Dunlap (14)

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John Dunlap
b.abt. 1728/30 Scotland
d.aft. 1775
m. Abt. 1710
  1. Margaret DunlapAbt 1710 - Aft 1792
  2. Alexander DunlapABT 1714 - Bef 1744
  3. Samuel Dunlap1715 - 1791
  4. Elizabeth DunlapBef 1719 - bef 1801
  5. Robert DunlapBef 1722 -
  6. John Dunlapabt 1728/30 - aft 1775
m. March 1755
  1. Margaret Dunlap1756 -
  2. John Dunlapbef 1758 - abt 1838
  3. Nancy Dunlap1759 - 1833
  4. James Dunlap1760 -
  5. Jane "Jenat" Dunlap1762 -
  6. Robert Dunlap1765 - 1847
  7. Elizabeth Dunlap1767 -
  8. Agnes Dunlap1769 -
  9. Archibald Dunlap1771 - 1855
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Name John Dunlap
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1728/30 Scotland
Marriage March 1755 Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotlandto Isobel Nancy Colvin
Death? aft. 1775 [Probably in Virginia, needs research]

John Dunlap was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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NOT to be confused with John Dunlap (abt. 1738-1804) of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, Virginia. This John Dunlap did not arrive in the Colonies from Scotland until about 1775. His parentage has been disputed and there are several conflicting possibilities according to his Find-A-Grave page.

References
  1.   Hotchkiss, Jed. (Jedediah), and Joseph A. (Joseph Addison) Waddell. Historical atlas of Augusta County, Virginia: maps from original surveys by Jed. Hotchkiss, its annals by Joseph A. Waddell, physiography by Jed. Hotchkiss. (Chicago [Illinois]: Waterman, Watkins & Company, 1885), pg. 45.

    The Kerr and Dunlap Families says: "...John Dunlap and his wife Nancy, whose maiden name was Colvin, resided in Campbeltown, Argyllshire, Scotland. They were the parents of five sons and two daughters, with all of whom they emigrated in the year 1775 to America, and settled in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Two of the sons settled in Tennessee and Kentucky. Three of them, John, Archibald and Robert settled on the head waters of Middle river, in Riverheads township, Augusta county, Virginia. John lived with Robert, and died unmarried, aged eighty. Robert married Elizabeth Kerr in 1792, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Kerr, who resided in the same neighborhood at Summerdean."