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Re: william glandon 1801 Ireland
Posted by: susan Date: February 17, 2001 at 11:12:58
In Reply to: william glandon 1801 Ireland by Pam Barney of 378

Some would have that 'Glandon' is a corruption of 'Clanton' (although I can see the Glendenning potential). The name 'Clanton' was taken from Clanton Abbey -- UK somewhere. Personally, I think of the OK Corral. There's a fairly large group of Glandons in TN and in IA -- none related to mine in TX & OK(who must have been transplanted under a witness protection program!). Good luck.


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