The Scottish Macs in Scotland and N. Ireland James B. Johnston

ISBN: 9780940134713

Published: March 15th 2003

Spiral-bound

60 pages


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The Scottish Macs in Scotland and N. Ireland  by  James B. Johnston

The Scottish Macs in Scotland and N. Ireland by James B. Johnston
March 15th 2003 | Spiral-bound | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 60 pages | ISBN: 9780940134713 | 6.17 Mb

The Scottish Macs. Family names of Scotland and the Scots-Irish Derivation and Origin of Scottish family names (`Mac, Mc names). Genealogy & Family History, sources.This is an early work on Scottish family names, in particular those that beginMoreThe Scottish Macs.

Family names of Scotland and the Scots-Irish Derivation and Origin of Scottish family names (`Mac, Mc names). Genealogy & Family History, sources.This is an early work on Scottish family names, in particular those that begin (or began) with `Mac or `Mc. Of course, many names dropped the `Mac and `Mc in modern times, but they can still trace the family back to the old Mac names in this book.

It is the first and only time this book appears with the IGF surname index. Each name is analyzed in the following categories as known:1) Surname2) Found today in3) Root and Meaning4) Place of origin and early instances.It is a unique source in that it gives early individuals of the name, some back to the 1200s, others back to the 1600s, etc.. This is a great book to become familiar with these Scottish names and these same names in Northern Ireland today. It is not too difficult to understand.Approx.

60 p. in all, full size 8 1/2 x 11, heavier parchment cover, spiral bound, new index, sources. Records are reproduced here exactly as they appear in the original documents in the IGF Library (enlarged for easy reading), and the pages do show the wear of time. A must for any collection that includes this area of study. Several hundred names are covered, plus older spellings used earlier in history. Most of the study covers names in Scotland, but Ireland is noted in several instances.

The family history here is not large for any given name - but it is very specific and historical when notations are given.



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