Walter CRAIG went from Scotland to County Monaghan, Ireland with his father and family during the reign of King James. Walter Craig, by occupation a weaver, married Jane McLean, a sister of Robert McLean, a great fighter and also a sister of Joseph McLean a horse man and hunter. Came to America in 1791 in West Middletown, Washington County, PA.
Jean McLEAN/McCLEAN/McCLAIN/McCLANE/McCLEON ? and Walter CRAIG are the parents of David CRAIG born 1769 (in Ireland IMMIGRATED TO US about 1791-1793) and lived in Hopewell township, Washington County, PA.
William CRAIG died in 1857 in West
Middletown, Washington County, PA.
CRAIG, David b. 1769-1770 in Ireland m. Susannah (whose maiden name is believed to be McCONNELL), Susannah was the widow of Thomas URIE
Their daughter Susan W. CRAIG, born 1808, married Thomas Jefferson ODENBAUGH. Susan died June 5, 1889 in Urbana, Ohio.
History: Family: RICHARD McCLEAN, >1792 - Franklin Co, PA
SUBJECT: RICHARD McCLEAN - Franklin County, Pennsylvania
SUBMITTER: Don Marsh
DATE: Oct 03, 1999
SURNAMES: McCLEAN, McCLANE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
Book: American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, compiled by Virginia Shannon Fendrick for the Franklin County Chapter, D.A.R., Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
RICHARD McCLEAN. Served as Lieut. 1777-80-82, under Col. JAMES JOHNSTON. He was the only son of PATRICK McCLANE of Antrim Twp. Will dated 1776. He, PATRICK, names wife MARGARET; son RICHARD; Dau. MARY, wife of BENJ. GASS; Daughters; JEAN; ISABELLA; MARTHA; 3 grandchildren: MARGARET, WM. and PATRICK GASS. He names "my brother JOHN McCLANE and my brother JAMES McCLANE." RICHARD McLEAN sold the land left him by his father to ALEXANDER McKEEHAN. May 2, 1792. The Census of 1790 shows the family of RICHARD McLEAN to consist of 3 men, 2 boys, 3 females. Penna. Arch. 5th Ser. Vol.6, p.83, 129, 514, 580. p. 70, 113, 539.