Elizabeth Aiken
Born 1752 County Antrim, Ireland
Died Feb 6, 1838 Caldwell Co.NC
Emigrated 1775 to York Co. PA via Chesapeake Bay
Robert McCall

m. 1773
Co. Antrim, Ireland
b. 1751/2
Co. Antrim, Ireland
d. Apr 19, 1820
Margaret (Patsy)

b. Jan 12, 1775
Co. Antrim, Ireland
d. Jul 19, 1855
Caldwell Co. NC

b. 1776
York Co. PA


b. Feb 2, 1779
York Co. PA
d. Jan 18, 1854

b. 1780
York Co. PA
d. Oct 26, 1838
Burke Co. NC
James L.

b. 1782
Franklin Co. VA
d. 1845

b. 1784
Franklin Co. VA
d. 1871

b. 1789
Franklin Co. VA

Jane (Jennie) (twin)

b. 1790
Franklin Co. VA
d. Aug 20, 1820
Nancy (twin)

b. 1790
Franklin Co. VA
d. May 4, 1870

b. 1792
Franklin Co. VA
d. 1851?

b. 1794
Franklin Co VA
d. 1839
Elizabeth and Robert McCall arrived in America with their baby in 1775. It is said that Elizabeth was of royal descent, and had to elope with Robert who was a weaver by trade. Robert may have been escaping from a charge of treason after presenting the King with a tablecloth that had an American Eagle on it. About 1781, the family moved from York Co. PA to near the present town of Rocky Mount VA, in a part of Henry Co. VA that became Franklin Co. in 1785.
Robert and Elizabeth moved to Burke Co. NC after all of their children were born, circa 1800. They lived first on the Catawba River near Lovelady Ford, then on Lower Creek near Hartland, Lenoir Twp., Caldwell Co. Robert is considered one of the early landowners in the area of Chesterfield, Burke Co. (now Caldwell Co.) NC. See History of Chesterfield.
Daughter Jane (Jennie) was Benedict Bristol's first wife. Daughter Elizabeth married Andrew Hull Tuttle who came with Benedict to NC in 1807/8.
Son James L. married Catherine Kincaid, the daughter of James Kincaid in Jan, 1830.
Tombstones of Robert McCall, and of Elizabeth McCall who are buried together in Littlejohn Methodist Church Cemetery in Caldwell Co., NC.
Alexander, Nancy, Here Will I Dwell, The Story of Caldwell County, Rowan Printing, 1956, p.52.
McCall, Charles William D.D.S., "Robert McCall", in The Heritage of Burke County 1981, The Burke County Historical Society, Morganton, NC, 1981, entry no. 448.
McCall, James L., The McCall Family in Ireland and America, Morganton, NC.
Tombstones, Littlejohn Methodist Church Cemetery, Caldwell Co., NC.