CD: The Irvins, Doaks, Logans and McCampbells

CD: The Irvins, Doaks, Logans and McCampbells - Margaret Logan Morris. Mrs. Morris traces her ancestry from the Scottish emigration to Ireland and the Scotch-Irish emigration to Pennsylvania. Rebelling against the restrictive measures adopted by the proprietary government in Pennsylvania, many of these emigrants then moved to Virginia. During the early years of the 18th century the Scotch-Irish Presbyterians began to locate and patent tracts of land within the Shenandoah Valley. Within this valley west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Mrs. Morris located her ancestors: Edward Ervin, Sr., Edward Erwin, Jr., John Logan, James McCampbell, Robert Doak, Robert Erwin (Irwin), James Brewster, James Dunn and other collateral branches. Other spellings include Irvine, Irvin, Erwin and Irwin. This volume traces multiple generations under the various family names and provides a biographical index for easy access to individual family members. (c1915), 2006, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac, 128 pp. 101-CD2869 ISBN: 0788428691