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Fairfield and Chester South Carolina STEWARTS (royal) since 1767
Posted by: W. Stewart (ID *****8907) Date: May 09, 2012 at 06:39:54
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I am a patrilineal descendant of Rose and James STEWART (~1740-1829). They sailed from Belfast aboard the Earl of Donegal on October 2, 1767 and settled on a 150 acre royal land grant where Stover Creek intersects the Chester/Fairfield County line. Many of their descendants have lived in both counties. They were Presbyterians. None of their descendants owned slaves. A few are mulattoes. The most reliable way for you to determine whether or not you belong to this family is to order a Y-DNA37 test from at 713-868-1438 Monday - Friday, 9A-6PM EST, 8A-5PM CST. This Stewart family descends from the High Stewards of Scotland, possibly via the first Duke of Albany. See . My meager Stewart lineage is posted at

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