This year, 2013, marks the 260th Anniversary of William and Jane Greenlaw and their family in America. In the summer of 1753, they left Greenock, Scotland, the 18th century port area for the western part of Scotland, and sailed across the Atlantic, landing near the present town of Warren, Maine (then a district of Massachusetts). By 1762, William Greenlaw and four of his six sons had traveled northward and settled on Deer Isle, one of the Island's first founding families.
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