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Re: Mavity's in Ireland/Scotland
Posted by: J Glover (ID *****6110) Date: May 01, 2008 at 12:56:25
In Reply to: Mavity's in Ireland/Scotland by Ron Reynolds of 65

My Glovers have a similar migration pattern. Is there any way we can learn more about this? Apparently they were in Lowland Scotland in the early 17th c. and were part of the "plantation" of (Northern) Ireland later in the 17th c. Made out for America in the early part of the 18th c. Were briefly in Bucks County PA, but soon left for what is now Frederick County VA (about 1730 or so). The DNA is close to the Mavitys and the Vances, but the relationship probably goes back hundreds of years. My website is www.glover-glovier.com. Denis Glover jd-glover@comcast.net


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