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Re: McSween, MacSweyn, McSwean, etc.
Posted by: Alan McSween Date: March 01, 2001 at 18:59:15
In Reply to: Re: McSween, MacSweyn, McSwean, etc. by Jean Manning of 138

Hi Jean

Do you have any McSween's from the Isle of Skye. My ancestors came the parish of Duirinish and Snizort. They left Skye sometime after the 1851 census and turned up
in Berwickshire in the 1861 census. My great grandfather Norman Married there then moved on to Co Durham about 1874. Thats where i was
born. If you can connect to any of this please let me know.



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