Papers and Articles
Related to Clan Barclay
Barclay roots are ancient, and our stories are rich. Our deep history was kept alive through oral tradition in the older days and eventually recorded in a number of sources. As some chapters of our stories and people of our family trees seem to have become shrouded in the mists of history, we continue to search for truth. The following papers and articles present information intended to shed light on some of our mysteries.
Papers related to the History of Clan Barclay
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Papers Related to Robert and Leah Barkley of Rowan County, North Carolina
Robert and Leah Barkley are the ancesors of many Barclays/Barkleys in the U.S. Robert Barclay/Barkley died in Rowan County, North Carolina, in 1788. He was married to a woman named Leah, whose last name has been reported to be Madison, Todd, or Freeman. Robert P. Humphreys, PhD, wrote the following papers that were published in the Barclay Broadside Summer and Holiday 2006 issues.
DNA and documentary evidence help us identify Robert Barclay/Barkley's parents and date and place of birth.
Other Barclay Papers
Read the compelling story of David Barclay, October Barclay, and the freedom of generations, written by their descendants:
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