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From: "Tricia Barnett" <>
Subject: Re: [SCT-ISLEOFMULL] LACHLAN
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 15:57:50 +0100
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QUOTE: Dear Tricia
I am not a member of the forum so not sure if this email will work. Other
than its diminutive Lachy you would have to go back to the medieval period
where in Scottish Latin documents the name was Latinised as 'Rollandus',
modern Roland, but I have never encountered that substitution used in more
modern times. In Ireland on the other hand, apart from being 'anglicised' as
Loughlin or Laughlin it has also been 'translated' as Laurence.
In your McQuarrie family do you have Catherine McQuarrie who died 1830
Craignure m Alexander McDougall 9 Jul 1776 Kilninian.
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