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From: "Blair" <>
Subject: Re: Drumm family
Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 15:01:31 -0500
Have you tried Dunn, I know there were some in this area that were
Irish perhaps Scotch-Irish. Just a thought.
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From: Daphne Myers <>
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2000 2:28 PM
Subject: Drumm family
> I am new to your list and I think this list will be very interesting! I
> look forward to seeing others' posts. I have hit a stumbling block with
> my family. My grandfather 7 generations back was Adam Drumm from
> Scotland (a Presbyterian Scot who we think came to America from N.I.).
> He settled in Virginia (good chance it was Loudoun County) and married
> (wife unknown). He had 6 sons- Adam II, Philip, John, Isaac, Henry, and
> George. George is my part of the family. He was born 8-16-1791 and
> moved to Martic Twp., Lancaster County, PA where he married Mary
> Cramer. Adam II and Philip moved to Ohio. The rest I'm not sure about,
> but some indications are that John, Isaac, and Henry might have moved to
> OH also (Muskingum County).
> I cannot find anything on Adam Drumm at all. In fact, Drumms in
> Virginia are hard to come by. The little research I have done in
> reference to Drumms in Scotland has produced nothing. Does anyone know
> if this name was a shortened form of another surname like Drummond
> maybe? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Also, I might be able to help anyone with Lancaster County Scots-Irish
> connections. My other surname within the Drumm family is Campbell and
> that is proving to be even harder than the Drumms since there are so
> Daphne Myers (I hope that this post was not considered to lengthy for
> this list.)