Scotch Irish Migration of Presbyterians to Chester County

This list was found in SCOTCH IRISH PIONEERS IN ULSTER AND AMERICA, Charles Knowels Bolton (1910) pages 271 and 272.

The Scotch Irish migration of Presbyterians to Chester County began in 1719 and thus came long after the English-Irish migration of Quakers which had begun in 1682. These Presbyterians became of sufficient influence in Chester County in 1722 to obtain the name Donegal for their township. Chief among them at this time were:

This page updated on April 6, 2009