I unfortunately do not have any information to provide with reference to your Delaware
County McNaught line. But I do know there is a wealth of information available for the
MacNaughton clans from upstate NY. Have you ventured into the Argyle Patent
MacNaughton's? They were in Washington County NY 1764 forward. A 450 acre land patent
involving MacNaughton, Campbell, MacDougall, etc... I've always read that the surname
McNaught was a variation. If you haven't viewed any of these lines, perhaps you may
find something to help your search. My in-laws have lineage with MacNaughton's from
Argyle and Salem areas of Washington Co., NY
---- "phil.bunch" <phil.bunch(a)zoho.com> wrote:
I am researching the McNaught branch of my family. Many people with this surname were
present in Delaware County from around 1811 or 1820. I don't see records of them after
around 1900. I know my direct relatives moved to the Washington D.C. area around the turn
of the century. They however were from a branch in the Troy, Pennsylvania area. I also am
interested in information on that branch and the Lilly and Brust families whith which they
I am interested in hearing from and about descendants of these folks. They mostly lived
around Bovina, Hamden, Kortright, Stamford and Hobart.
One item of particular interest is a place called McNaught Hill. It is located about 3.5
miles northeast of Bovina Center and about 2.6 miles south of South Kortright.
I would be pleased to hear from anyone having knowledge of this family.
Philip McNaught Bunch
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