I have been looking at the records of the Presbyterian Church-Line Church of Voluntown, Conn. 1723-1768. After some comparrison and information from a ministry book about ministers coming to the colonies I am making some assertions. That maybe the Rev. Samuel Dorrance who came to America in 1719 from Cullybackey might have been on the same ship as Alexander Stewart and Margaret Dixon. That Margaret Dixon came with several of her brothers to Conn.
The question that was stated before: Do I have any records of the Stewarts that came to Kansas. Their line is as follows: Alexander Stewart and Margaret Dixon, William Stewart and his 4th wife(both died in Milford, Litchfield, Conn, Samuel Stewart and his wife ( Samuel died in Amber New York), Henry Stewart and Sophia Temple (both lived and died in Amber, New York, which is south of Syracuse, New York), George Harmon Stewart and Charlotte Alemeda Bishop (George and Charlotte were both born in Amber, New York, George and his entire family gradually went to Clay County, Kansas)He had five sons, of which my husband is the grandson of the third one Velton Arvine Stewart.
Queston for your what line of Alexander Stewart and Margaret Dixon Stewart are you descended from?