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Re: MacLachlans at the Battle of Culloden
Posted by: Kathy Metzen (ID *****8268) Date: February 16, 2008 at 01:42:54
In Reply to: Re: MacLachlans at the Battle of Culloden by Jerry McLaughlin of 115

Thank you so much,Jerry.

Here's a question that you may know something about.

Ny mother was a McCloughan. It's passed down that they were "Scotch-Irish". They seem to have been primarily centered in Dromore, County Down.

Does that seem to fit with any clans or names that you are familiar with?


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