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Daisy McGrew - Clyde Price
Francis Mcgrew--Susanna Davis**

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The most ancient grant of a Coat of Arms found was: Silver with an oak tree surmounted by a sword on its tip a red crown.

The Crest was: A black lion's head with an antique crown.

The ancient family Motto for this distinguished name was: "S rioghal Mo Dhream" (Royal is my race).
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DR. C. J. McGrew, Jr. MD has a wonderful paper entitled
~~ALL McGREWS ARE RELATED~~
The following text below,
THIS EXTENDED RESEARCH``
THE COMMON ANCESTOR``
come from the first page of his paper,
8 pages full of information plus the uncolored crest on the back, there are also two photos at the bottom of this page that are snapshots of the paper. IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE A COMPLETE PAPER, PLEASE SEE THE CONTACT ME PAGE FOR THAT INFORMATION.
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~EXTENDED RESEARCH ~ with the help of William J. McGrew in Omagh has lead to the conclusion that ALL McGREWs in the U.S. are related and most (or all) came from the area of Omagh, County Tyrone, N. Ireland from 1725-26 into the late 1800s and settled in different areas of the U.S. and some to Canada.

All text came from DR. C. J. McGrew, Jr. MD

~THE COMMON ANCESTOR~ seems to be "John McCrue" in the 1631 Barony de Omy Muster Rolls on the 3,000 acre tract and his son "John McCru Younger" on the adjacent 6,000 acre tract. These documents in the Belfast Record Office listed those with arms for protection. These tracts of land were created during the "Plantation of Ulster" by King James I between 1610 and 1625 (when he died). The "Plantation of Ulster" was devised to take Ulster (N. Ireland including 11 counties total) away from the current barbaric inhabitants, break it up into large plantations of 1,000 to 6,000 acres called a "Barony" and give it to Knights and other noblemen of England (and some Scots loyal to England). They were required to get some people on the land, build houses, protect and farm it and send goods back to England in a certain period of time. It was considered a barbaric dangerous land so the owners usually were "absentee landlords" sending someone else to live there and do the work. Many of these workers were Scottish folk brought over from Scotland. One land grant (1608-20) in the area of Omagh was to Sir John Dromond (Drummond) which included land in County Tyrone and was "allotted to Scottish Undertakers." One 1620 writer said "Tyrone was a dangerous place for travelers, many of them were murdered by highwaymen and robbers." There are two sources that state the McGrews originally came from the area of Anstruther, County Fife, Scotland just North across the river from Edinburgh.

All text came from DR. C. J. McGrew, Jr. MD



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DAISY JANE McGREW
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Francis Marion McGrew was a drinker and was told to
move
to a dry state. Word was past through the family that he died in
Oklahoma when my grandmother Daisy was about 12 years of age. Gay and I
went to where we were told he died but never could locate any
information. I sent for a death certificate in Ok but they had none.
The
only thing I can think is that maybe at that time the death was
recorded
in Arkansas as it was one territory at one time. Of course the doctors
didn't always file anything at all. Francis we were told was born in
Iowa but that has never been proven either. Francis and Susannah were
married in Marion County Iowa and I have a copy of the marriage
certificate I have looked at census for Marion County Iowa and only
found Susannah (Davis) McGrew with her children. When you get that far
back people are harder to find. Francis was a brick layer by trade so
he
probably moved from city to city for his job. We were told by family
that Susannah pretty much raised the children. Francis was a really
cute
guy and looks full of mischief to me.

this is from Lynne Price Budke, she spent many years looking for more information on Francis

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