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Margaret Carruth
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Birth: 1708, Northern Ireland
Death: 1792
Saratoga County
New York, USA

In the History of Saratoga County by Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvestor 1878, Evert & Ensign P.401, Margaret's husband, James, was a Cadet (descendant of the younger line) of the ancient and historic Family of the BRISBANE of Bishoptoun(Renfrewshire) and Brisbane (Largs, Ayrshire), Scotland, and heads a cadet branch of that family. James and his family left Scotland about 1737 and settled in Northern Ireland, probably in Tyrone County. As early as the year 1765, James Brisbin, a native of Scotland, came to what is now Northumberland, then Saratoga, New York, and settled about one and a half miles westerly of Fort Miller,towards Bacon Hill. His first wife died in Scotland, and his two sons were born there, William and Samuel, about the same time settled in what is now Wilton, in the Laing neighborhood. James Brisbin for his second wife married in Scotland, Margaret Carruth, a somewhat remarkable woman. By her he had the following children: Margaret C., died in Scotland; Elizabeth; John, who settled in Old Saratoga in 1771; Margaret, who married Conrad Cramer; Carruth; James, who married Mary Taylor of Argyle, Washington County; Robert; and Jane. 
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  James Brisbin (1706 - 1781)
  John Brisbin (1738 - 1801)*
  Margaret Carruth Brisbin Cramer (1742 - 1789)*
  James Brisbin (1747 - 1835)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Dave Peck
Record added: May 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52188178

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