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Middleton McDonald (b. 03 November 1746, d. 16 July 1810)Middleton McDonald (son of Daniel McDonald and Rebecca Middleton) was born 03 November 1746 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, and died 16 July 1810 in Lancaster District, South Carolina519.He married Elizabeth Reeves on 07 March 1768.
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From "South Carolina Senate Biographies" Faunt:
Middleton McDonald, born 3 November 1746, was the son of Daniel McDonald (1723-1797) and Rebecca Middleton. A planter, he resided in Lancaster District. Through grants (1768, 1799), he acquired 100 acres on Turkey Quarter Creek and 135 acres near Camp Creek and the Catawba River. According to his will written 20 may 1810, he owned 19 slaves and several tracts, including a residential plantation and mill (approximately 1,100 acres) on Camp Creek and the Catawba River, six tracts totalling 1,150 acres near the Catawba River, 275 acres on Mountain Island in the Catawba River, and 250 acres in Chester District. Elected to the House, McDonald represented Lancaster in the Tenth (1792-1794) and Eleventh (1794-1795) General Assemblies. While in the House, he was a member of the committees on high roads, bridges, causeways, and ferries (1792-1794) and privileges and elections (1792-1795). Married twice, he wed his first wife, Elizabeth, on 7 March 1768. Six children were born to them: Rebecca, Daniel (b.1770), Sarah (b.1772; m. George Wade, Jr. [1770?-1853]), William (1774-1801), Elizabeth (b.1777); m. Isaac Tilman), and Middleton Jr. (1779-1818). His second wife, Susannah, survived him. Middleton McDonald died 16 July 1810 in Lancaster District.
More About Middleton McDonald and Elizabeth Reeves:
Marriage: 07 March 1768
Children of Middleton McDonald and Elizabeth Reeves are:
- +William McDonald, b. 15 January 1774, Lancaster District, South Carolina, d. 10 October 1801, Chester County, South Carolina.