McLAUGHLIN

Kathleen M. Calvert asked 2 weeks ago

I would like to learn when the earliest McLaughlin arrived in New England and from which country, Ireland or Scotland. I have only come across Protestant descendants as far back at the early 1700s in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. It appears a possibility may exist that my line were Tories or Loyalists from Vermont or New Hampshire. I have traced them migrating from Canada to Niagara County, New York, and their migration route seems to have taken them to York County, Ontario before crossing into New York State in 1813 or thereabouts. Would like to know more about the origin of this line before 1813. John F. is the immigrant but I would like to confirm where his family originated and the community they lived in while in Vermont or New Hampshire before moving on to Canada.

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Melody Masi answered 2 weeks ago

Sorry I don’t have time to look up and post details, but There were Scots-Irish McLaughlins in Londonderry, NH dating to the 1700’s.  I’m descended from them as are many others.  They were a large and fertile family.
 

Melody Masi answered 2 weeks ago

Sorry I don’t have time to look up and post details, but There were Scots-Irish McLaughlins in Londonderry, NH dating to the 1700’s.  I’m descended from them as are many others.  They were a large and fertile family.
 

Melody Masi answered 2 weeks ago

Sorry I don’t have time to look up and post details, but There were Scots-Irish McLaughlins in Londonderry, NH dating to the 1700’s.  I’m descended from them as are many others.  They were a large and fertile family.
 

Melody Masi answered 2 weeks ago

Sorry I don’t have time to look up and post details, but There were Scots-Irish McLaughlins in Londonderry, NH dating to the 1700’s.  I’m descended from them as are many others.  They were a large and fertile family.
 

Melody Masi answered 2 weeks ago

Sorry, I don’t know why this posted multiple times.  Prolific, like the McLaughlins, I guess.

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