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Scruggs Genealogy with a brief history of allied families
Briscoe, Dial, Dunklin, Leake, and Price.
By: Ethel Hastings Scruggs Dunklin, (New York, N. Y., 1912).
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The book is 237 pages. The full text has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and it is fully indexed.
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In Colonial days when America was in its infancy, the spelling of proper names seems to have been for the most part phonetic. The name SCRUGGS occurs spelled SCRUDG, SCRUDGE, SCROGGS, SCRUG, SCRUGS, SCRUGG as well as SCRUGGS. In Fairbairnes Crests of Great Britain and Ireland he gives authority for two ways of spelling the name, that of SCROGGS and SCRUGGS, either being correct, both coming from the same root and bearing the same family Arms; the 0 having the sound of U as in the word sun and son. In America SCRUGGS has been the accepted preference, although branches of the family in Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland use the O.
Thomas Scruggs came to America with Endicott in the "Abigail," sailing from Weymouth, England, June 20th, 1628, and arrived at Salem, Mass., September 6, 1628, where he settled and died in 1654, leaving a widow, Margery and one child, Rachel. The inventory of his property, June 24, 1654, shows him to have been possessed of large estate for his times.
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