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McClellans in Galloway

D. Richard Torrance

McClellans in Galloway

by D. Richard Torrance

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Published by The Society in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Galloway (Scotland)
    • Subjects:
    • McClellan family.,
    • Galloway (Scotland) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementcompiled by D. Richard Torrance for the Scottish Genealogy Society.
      ContributionsScottish Genealogy Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS479 .M46 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 307 p. :
      Number of Pages307
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1192854M
      ISBN 100901061581
      LC Control Number94184258
      OCLC/WorldCa28180808

      Apr 02,  · Some provided different evidence for Constable Northern Ireland birthplace and for his father. When Robert McClellan regained his lands in Scotland, he had moved his entire family from Ireland back to Scotland according to McClellans of Galloway and Sheriffs of Galloway Books. In , William Douglas, 8th Earl of Douglas, captured Sir Patrick Maclellan, the tutor of Bombie and Sheriff of Galloway, and held him in Threave Castle for refusing to join a conspiracy against the king. Sir Patrick’s uncle, who held high royal office, obtained letters ordering the release of Douglas’s prisoner.

      For past last 40 years, I read and studied hundreds of books and microfiches to develop my family tree named The McClellans of Woodstock, CT, which I submitted to gemhallphotography.com The McClellans of Woodstock, CT is still a work in progress. The tree is presently only guideline to assist others to connect their lineages to general’s lineage. Brian McGilloway is an Irish novelist of crime thriller novels. He writes the Inspector Devlin and D.S. Lucy Black series. McGilloway attended Queen’s University Belfast, where he studied English and took part in theatre and won the Irish Student Drama Association Award for theatrical lighting design.

      Among the clans of the Scottish/English Borderlands, the Strathclyde Britons were the first to use the name McClellan. It is derived from the son of the servant of Fillan. Fillan is derived from the word fail which means wolf. In Gaelic, the name was spelled Mac . Books on Galloway. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopaedia – J Mactaggart Rambles in Galloway – M M Harper Highways and Byways in Galloway & Carrick – C H Dick – & Place Names in Galloway H Maxwell – (not entirely accurate!) Galloway the Spell of its Hills and Glens – A McCormick –


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Get this from a library. The McClellans in Galloway. [D Richard Torrance; Scottish Genealogy Society.] -- The McClellans have long been associated with Galloway in Scotland and the town and castle of Kirkcudbright has been a center for the clan.

It appears that the family originally held lands in Bombie. The McClellans in Galloway [gemhallphotography.comd Torrance] on gemhallphotography.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying gemhallphotography.com: D. Richard Torrance. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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Aug 19,  · The McClellans in Galloway by D. Richard Torrance,Scottish Genealogy Society edition, in English. Dec 04,  · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital gemhallphotography.com projects include the Wayback Machine, gemhallphotography.com and gemhallphotography.com The McClellans in Galloway by D.

Richard Torrance,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Click to read more about The McClellans in Galloway by D. Richard Torrance. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: D. Richard Torrance. The McClellans in Galloway, compiled by D.

Richard Torrance for the Scottish Genealogy Society. Toronto Public Library. Sir Robert MaLellan of Bombie had quite a stormy and tumultuous career as outlined in the book "The McClellans of Galloway by D.

Richard Torrence. He was made Provost of Kirkcudbright inand a Border Commissioner in He applied for and was granted lands in Northern Ireland called the Settlement and had many landholdings in and around. The Mcclellans in Galloway Paperback – Dec 31 by D.R.

Torrance (Author) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Dec 31 Author: D.R. Torrance. Buy The Mcclellans in Galloway by D.R. Torrance (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible gemhallphotography.com: D.R. Torrance. Black Morrow, also known as Black Murray and Outlaw Murray, is the name given to a late 15th century Scottish outlaw.A popular ballad makes the bandit as living in Ettrick Forest, while a recorded oral tradition, a wood in Kirkcudbrightshire.

In the tradition, the outlaw is described as a Gypsy, Moor, a Saracen or, more commonly, an Irishman or from Ireland. “This is that rare book that not only informs, but entertains. You’ll never look at these four companies the same way again.” — JONAH BERGER, author of Contagious and Invisible Influence “If there is a blunter, more opinionated, faster-talking expert on the internet than Scott Galloway, I haven’t come across him.

The McClellans. likes. McClellans alumni include: Sinsel Mike McCready Mark Pickerel Bart Roderick Keith LoweFollowers: Clan MacLellan: Materials on file in the Odom Library ***This does not include shelved books which may be found using the PINES Catalog.

Every document in the Genealogy Department is reference only and may not leave the library unless the Clan has established other policies. History of Clan MacLellan. According to Scottish historians and the Lord Lyon King of Arms, Clan MacLellan is an ancient, highly respected family and not a sept of any other clan.

The name MacLellan was mentioned in a lost charter of King Alexander of Scotland in and is. MacLellan's Castle in the town of Kirkcudbright, in Galloway, Scotland, was built in the late 16th century. It stands in the centre of Kirkcudbright, on the south side of the River Dee which flows into the Solway Firth.

The L-plan castle was the residence of the MacLellan family from whom it derived its name. Mainly trees extracted from 'Lands and their owners in Galloway' by P.H.M'Kerlie.

Family descents in America, compiled by Raymond S. McLelland and Mary McLelland Dalrymple. Copy no.1 of 'Think On' the organ of the American Clan Society. [NB. The Scottish Genealogy Society has published a two volume work on the McClellans in Galloway].

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SCOTTISH. Description. Subtitled ‘A Creative Guide by an Unreliable Local’, this is a witty and irreverent look at Dumfries and Galloway from an established poet and writer. From the Mull of Galloway to Langholm, through a land once soaked in myth and populated by warriors.The Four 5 relationship with Facebook,13 Facebook (#1), Facebook Messenger (#2), and Instagram (#8) are the most popular mobile apps in the United States The social network and its properties register fifty minutes of a user’s typical day One of every six minutes online is spent on Facebook, and one in five minutes spent on mobile is on.My resources for the information that follows is based upon information found in the book "The Record of the House of Kirkcudbright," the book "The McClellans of Galloway" by D.

Richard Torrence, census records, and various Internet websites.