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Roger (Rory/Ruairi) or Cormack McNally
Posted by: Dermy McNally (ID *****7392) Date: October 04, 2011 at 16:33:18
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Hi all,
I have a comprehensive McNally genealogy at
http://www.angelfire.com/journal2/mcnallygenealogy/

Im looking to research two very specific leads - that of Cormack (also spelt Cormick or Cormac) and Roger (also in gaelic as Rory/Ruairi).
These two names appear in my genealogy in 1770s and disappear - with the suspicion that emigration was the cause. Now, I'm looking for any leads from anyone who has a Cormac or a Roger McNally in the 1700's or 1800's or even 1900's.
Many thanks for your time
Dermot


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