The Clements Family of Cecil County, Maryland, 1661-1766
This unmodifiable, read-only package by Peter Stebbins Craig, is 11 pages long and traces the Clements Family of Cecil County, Maryland, 1661-1766.
Whitepaper description from Dr. Peter Craig:
Anders Clementsson, progenitor of the Cecil County Clements family, was described by Dr. Amandus Johnson as a soldier in New Sweden who had arrived on the Eagle in 1654. This is probably incorrect. It seems more likely to this writer that he was the son of Clement Joransson, a Finn from Sunne parish, Varmland, Sweden , who was convicted for forest burning in 1640 and sent to New Sweden for punishment in 1641. …
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These packages were prepared by SCS Genealogist Ron Beatty for those who want to see all Peter Craig’s detail around their earliest Swedish colonial ancestors.