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From: "Sandy Paterson" <>
Subject: Re: [R-M222] MS 1450 new transcription
Date: Sun, 15 May 2011 08:02:45 +0100
I wonder whether Gille Dubh wasn't the ancestor of the Orcanus that James
Lamont referred to in 1661?
Further thoughts :
Duinnshleibhe son of Buirce. I still think Buirce (Boircce) is a good
nickname for a large dark man.
Questions for Paul Conroy :
Could it make sense for Gille Dubh to evolve into Duinnshleibhe?
Could Duinnshleibhe become M'Duyne, O'Duibhe and other variations?
[mailto:] On Behalf Of Bernard Morgan
Sent: 15 May 2011 00:49
Subject: [R-M222] MS 1450 new transcription
A new transcriptions of MS 1450 has been posted on the web and the Lamont
are now descended from a Abbot of Iona:
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