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Re: Madill family tree.
Posted by: Rich Corbett Date: September 28, 1999 at 04:58:08
In Reply to: Re: Madill family tree. by Robertson Madill of 263

It is evident that the Madills who lived south of Drum, County Monaghan were French in origin since they were, by there own insistance, Huguenots. The name, it is speculated, came from the French word for metal worker, medaille.

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