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Drake M: Abair ach beagan agus abair gu math e. photos

from the Dallas area in United States

I have several Scottish ancestors. My great grandmother was born in Elderslie and my paternal great great great grandfather was born somewhere in Scotland, possibly in or around Kilmarnock, circa 1805. I'm also fascinated with Scotland's role in the civil wars of the 17th century and the Jacobite uprisings... wanted: humor, shiny things, a bit of string, and a shard of glass.. on offer: humor, really small rocks, some lint, and a button.

Today I keep thinking of the phrase "jumped the shark.". - see 12 comments

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micwestiephotoVickie J. Claflin

Vickie C: Greetings from Washington DC! photos

from the Silver Spring area in United States

Greetings. My ancestor Robert MacLachlan changed the family name to Claflin in the 1600s when he arrived in Boston. I live in the Washington DC metropolitan area while the majority of my family living in Michigan and Louisiana. My vocation is in Higher Education as a professor of Research Methodologies. My avocation includes the rescue of West Highland White Terriers and agility with my Westies... wanted: friendship, cultural exchange.. on offer: friendship

Today I added Scotster to my MeetUp group. http://www.meetup.com/Maryland-Westies/. - see 1 comment

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Sheriff MacPhail
Everything Scottish: Scottish History
by iain_ciotach
22Thu 27/08/09 21:09

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