A Genealogy of Six Generations of Gemmills in America: With Notes on Their Scottish Ancestry

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William Gemmill (1722-1789) and his wife, Jannett, immigrated in 1745 from Scotland to York County, Pennsylvania. He served in both the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. Two of his brothers immigrated later. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Washington and elsewhere. Other Gemmill family members immigrated from Scotland to Canada, settling in Ontario, Manitoba and elsewhere. Includes notes on ancestry in Scotland and Denmark.
 

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