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    Lloyd W. Pogue
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Pogue/Pollock/Polk Genealogy As Mirrored in History, From Scotland to Northern Ireland/Ulster, Ohio, and Westward. Baltimore: Gateway Press, In. 1990.

Pogue/Pollock/Polk Genealogy As Mirrored in History, From Scotland to Northern Ireland/Ulster, Ohio, and Westward. WorldCat Identities (via VIAF): 36092364.

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Items related to POGUE/POLLOCK/POLK GENEALOGY: As Mirrored In. .1808) in Licking County, Ohio, near Zanesville.

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Joseph Pogue Pollock Polk was born in 1681, at birth place, to Robert Bruce Capt Pollack) Polk and Magdalen Tasker Polk (born . Magdalen was born circa 1637, in Lyford Parish, Donegal, Ulster, Ireland.

Joseph Pogue Pollock Polk was born in 1681, at birth place, to Robert Bruce Capt Pollack) Polk and Magdalen Tasker Polk (born Tasker). Robert was born circa 1625, in Coleraine, County Londonderry, Ireland. Joseph had 13 siblings: Margaret Pollitt (born Phollett) (born Williams (Polk)), John M. Polk and 11 other siblings. Joseph passed away on month day 1752, at age 71 at death place, Maryland.

Pogue/Pollock/Polk Genealogy as Mirrored in History from Scotland to Northern Ireland/Ulster, Ohio, and Westward. So check your local library, if they don't have it they may be able to borrow it from another library. This appeared in the October 2007 Pollag.

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Northern Ireland is sometimes referred to as Ulster, although it includes only six of the nine counties which made up that historic Irish province. In proximity to Scotland and to sea channels leading to England and Wales, Northern Ireland has long witnessed generations of newcomers and emigrants, including Celts from continental Europe and Vikings, Normans, and Anglo-Saxons.

Description from the book flap: This genealogy of the Pogue/Pollock/Polk Clan also presents some assessments, historical in anture, of the times through which the Clan developed. Inventions, discoveries, and important events are often noted occurring in years in which various members of the Clan were born. One Fulbert (b. ca. 1080) was the earliest known progenitor of the Clan. He lived in Renfrewshire, Scotland (near Glasgow). One of his descendants was John Pollack/Pogue who emigrated from County Down, Norther Ireland with his family to America in 1789. He was a Presbyterian (and a Covenanter in addition). He was apparently swept up in the tide of immigrants flooding to the New World. Eventually this family, following the movements of the Covenanters westward, settled (ca. 1808) in Licking County, Ohio, near Zanesville.