Margaret Pickens1

b. circa 1701
Margaret Pickens|b. c 1701|p6314.htm|William Pickens|b. c 1670\nd. c 1735|p6289.htm|Margaret (—?—) (Pickens)||p6290.htm|Robert (Andre) Pickens|b. c 1644\nd. 1699|p6315.htm|Esther J. Benoit|b. c 1644|p6316.htm|||||||

4th great-grandaunt of William Lemuel Horn Jr.
6th great-grandaunt of Laura Jane Munson.
Family Background:
Horn and Allied Families
     Margaret Pickens was born circa 1701 in Northern Ireland.2 She was the daughter of William Pickens and Margaret (—?—) (Pickens).1
     Margaret Pickens came with her parents from Northern Ireland to Bensalem, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where she united by profession with the Low Dutch Reformed Church in 1722.3


  1. [S675] E.M. Sharp, Pickens Families of the South (Memphis, Tennessee: E.M. Sharp, 1963), 2 (writer's conclusion based on Bensalem church records as given in this book).
  2. [S674] Terry Pickens McLean, online <…>, Terry Pickens McLean (e-mail address), downloaded 2004, gives birth range of 1695-1716. If she was of age when she joined the Bensalem church, she was born no later than 1701.
  3. [S675] E.M. Sharp, Pickens Families of the South, 2, citing Bolton's "Scotch-Irish Pioneers."