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Jean McDowell Irwin
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Birth: 1705
County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Death: Nov. 27, 1781
Franklin County
Pennsylvania, USA

Jean and James were the parents of:

James/14 Apr 1720 m. Rebecca Wallace
John/abt 1725 m. Mary Hoege
Jane/abt 1727 (Mrs John Boggs)
Margaret/1730 (Mrs Thomas W Patton)
Elizabeth/1732 (Mrs William McConnell; 2) Aaron Torrence
Martha/abt 1733 (Mrs George Paull); 2 (Mrs Neeley)
Archibald/1734 m. Jean McDowell
Joseph/15 Aug 1736 m. Violetta Porter
Mary Elizabeth/abt 1738 (Mrs William Nesbit)
Lydia/abt 1740 (Mrs Moses Porter)
Family links: 
  James Irwin (1705 - 1778)
  Margaret Irwin Patton (1730 - 1780)*
  Elizabeth Irwin Torrence (1732 - ____)*
  Martha Irwin Paull (1733 - 1802)*
  Archibald Irwin (1734 - 1799)*
  Jane Irwin Boggs (1738 - 1783)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Their graves are either unmarked or their markers are lost to the earth. The only one that I can find in the Upper Conococheague Presbyterian Church records is Jean who died on 27 Nov 1781 and James died 23 Feb 1778. (William S McDowell)
Church Hill Graveyard
Franklin County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Sue McDuffe:)
Record added: Dec 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81612435
Jean <i>McDowell</i> Irwin
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- EL Edwards
 Added: Jan. 12, 2014
Jean's maiden name was McDowell born Antrim, Ulster, Northern Ireland. Do not know parents.
- Dr B
 Added: Apr. 11, 2013
maternal grandmother of wife of 1st cousin 1x removed of wife of 7th great grandfather
 Added: Aug. 20, 2012
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