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MacLochlainn Y-DNA Research
Posted by: Eric Macklin (ID *****0952) Date: May 20, 2004 at 12:28:54
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Greeting to members of the MacLochlainn family. Next to the O'Neill family [Ui Naill]this is the second most important name in the ranking of the High Kings of Ireland for Ulster/Dalriada that ruled from both Tara and Armagh [hill Fort of Navan]. This family split the olde land holdings of Donegal into Donegal/Tyrone in the 10th century.
For those of us within the MacLaughlan and Macklin extended families we bring you greetings and hope that a number of the MacLochlainn family will conduct their Y-DNA research with the Family Tree DNA Research center in Houston Texas, especially those members from Ireland.
Thank you.


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