Pioneers in a Frontier Land: The Strabane Knoxes and Other Families
Tech-Data Publications, 1978 - 131 pages
William Knox (b. 1720), the son of James Knox (the Scottish emigrant to Strabane, Ireland), also had a son named William Knox (1767-1851), and two other sons, George Knox (1764-1830) and John Knox (d. 1793), all three of whom immigrated to Pennsylvania between 1785 and 1791. "A fourth son, James Knox, remained in Ireland but moved from Strabane to Castlebar in county Mayo." Descendants of the three immigrants moved to the midwest.
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