Samuel McDowell was born in Pennsylvania on October 29, 1735. He was the
son of Captain John McDowell and grandson of Ephraim McDowell, a Scots-Irish
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It is this Capt. John McDowell that received his Captain's commission from
Governor William Gooch of Virginia at the behest of the other settlers of Borden's
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA. Image:McDowellGrant.jpg. John
McDowell's land as shown on the Beverley Manor and Borden Grant map ...
Jul 18, 2015 ... He may have been killed by the Iroquois when John McDowell sold them ... She
was married three times: 1) to Captain John McDowell, 2) to ...
Borden then leaves the land around 1734, and gives the job of running the place
to Captain John McDowell. He sends his son, Benjamin Borden Jr., to help ...
Sep 17, 2003 ... Birth: Jan. 19, 1714. Death: Dec. 25, 1743. Son of Ephram McDowell, born
Scotland, he married Magdelene Woods Dec 14 1734 in ...
Jun 20, 2011 ... Capt. James McDowell; was born in Cloney, near Tobermore, Londonderry
County, Ireland, the son of John McDowell, a farmer. James ...
John McDowell, Sr. was born in 1768 in Chester County, Pennsylvania ... Capt.
James McDowell had many business connections including some in Maryland.
Stones in the cemetery mark the resting places of early, prominent historic
settlers including Captain John McDowell who died during a conflict with Iroquois