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The couple had two sons and two daughters known; there were probably others who did not survive.
They resided all of their lives on his lands near the drains of Blounts Creek in Cumberland County.
Katherine, either their second or third child, was born in 1741 in Bladen (now Cumberland) County and died in Robeson County in 1822.
All in all, we do not know John Mc Pherson's exact circumstances when he stepped onto the shores of North Carolina, but we do know he was granted two large tracts of land on the Cape Fear River when on June 4, 1740 such tracts were granted to the leaders of the colony.
It is also known, revealed in subsequent transactions he made throughout the 1740s and 1750s, that he was thrifty, ambitious to make a better life in the province of North Carolina Within the voluminous estate settlements of "Old John" Mc Pherson and his sons and grandsons, John's descendants are well identified.