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Shamalama 
Posted: 17-Jun-2004, 10:18 AM
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QUOTE (Gordon @ 16-Jun-2004, 03:55 PM)

I have traced my lineage on the Munro side as far back as
my great-great-great grandfather

McCullough/McCulloch is listed as a sept to Clan Munro.

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QUOTE (Shamalama @ 17-Jun-2004, 10:18 AM)
QUOTE (Gordon @ 16-Jun-2004, 03:55 PM)

I have traced my lineage on the Munro side as far back as
my great-great-great grandfather

McCullough/McCulloch is listed as a sept to Clan Munro.

Howdy brother!

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Well, it turns out my heritage is wrong. My name comes from an Americanized version of Adamczek, which is polish. All I know at this moment is that on my mom's side, we are from the Morgan's (WELSH), and on my dad's side, my grandmother is Brady, and my great-grandmother is Tiernon. Oh boy. I'm still trying to figure all this out. I don't know what my scottish heritage.

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So guess what I discovered? It turns out I am not from the clan Gordon, cause my last name is actually from the Polish Adamczek. Funny how it works out. But on my mother's side, I am from the family Morgon (Welsh) and on my dad's side I am from Brady (my grandfather) and Tiernan (greatgrandmother). Haven't been able to find to much on those two families.

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Proud represenitive of Clan Gordon here.
My mother dig some digging on our genealogy, my Great Grandfather came over here to dig for gold during California's gold rush. My father's side of the family has/still lives in Northern California.


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Gordon's go by "house of Gordon", info can be retrieved thru the internet.
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My paternal grandmother's maiden name was McCullough. That's the spelling that was on her headstone in our cemetary at Walnut Grove UMC in Hurdle Mills, NC. I've looked for clan affiliations but am stumped as to which one it could be as there are several linked to McCullough depending on the spelling you use. There are numerous members of the McCullough family in Hurdle Mills, Rougemont, Cedar Grove, and Hillsborough, NC but the spellings vary from one family to the next. Some spell it McCulloch, others spell it McCullock, and yet others use McCollock/ch. It's just a bit daunting to try to fingure out which one should be tied to this family name when so many spellings are used! I've tried cross-referencing to see if any overlap, but it's like a tiger chasing it's tail. Once I thingk it's solved, another spelling pops up! Nonetheless, I still want to know more about her. I never met her, but would love to have known her. I'm not sure why.
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Posted: 29-Jun-2004, 08:30 PM
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QUOTE (Ladybug1258 @ 29-Jun-2004, 09:51 AM)
My paternal grandmother's maiden name was McCullough. That's the spelling that was on her headstone in our cemetary at Walnut Grove UMC in Hurdle Mills, NC. I've looked for clan affiliations but am stumped as to which one it could be as there are several linked to McCullough depending on the spelling you use. There are numerous members of the McCullough family in Hurdle Mills, Rougemont, Cedar Grove, and Hillsborough, NC but the spellings vary from one family to the next. Some spell it McCulloch, others spell it McCullock, and yet others use McCollock/ch. It's just a bit daunting to try to fingure out which one should be tied to this family name when so many spellings are used! I've tried cross-referencing to see if any overlap, but it's like a tiger chasing it's tail. Once I thingk it's solved, another spelling pops up! Nonetheless, I still want to know more about her. I never met her, but would love to have known her. I'm not sure why.

Ladybug, check this link out. It may be of help to you.

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Also, with the spelling you've given, it seems to be a sept of Clan Ross
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QUOTE (Ladybug1258 @ 29-Jun-2004, 10:51 AM)

My paternal grandmother's maiden name was McCullough.

Ladybug1258, I've started a thread over at CelticRadio.net -> Celtic Nations -> Gathering of the Clans for McCullough information.
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After some more family research it has come to light that my Paternal (I think that is the name for my Father's Mothers side of the family) GrandMother was a Keegan.
Is that Scot or Irish or what?? So I have Prescott on my Mothers side and Keegan on my Fathers.....................wow am I confuzzled!
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Angel - the name Keegan is Irish.
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hug.gif Cat!!! Thank You!!! biggrin.gif I appreciate you helping me on this one.

So we have Torri that is Italian & Scot (I did the research on that one myself)
or is the spelling Scott ???
Keegan That is Irish
and Prescott is English & Irish both??? (is that correct)

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QUOTE (Angel Whitefang (Rider) @ 22-Jul-2004, 06:15 AM)
hug.gif Cat!!! Thank You!!! biggrin.gif I appreciate you helping me on this one.

So we have Torri that is Italian & Scot (I did the research on that one myself)
or is the spelling Scott ???
Keegan That is Irish
and Prescott is English & Irish both??? (is that correct)

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I've seen the name Torrie and Torrey (spellings) in Scotland, but not with an 'i' ending..... that is most unusual in Scotland - so probably Italian, as you say...


Prescott is, so far as I know, English in origin from Devonshire... That's not to say that the name did not appear in Ireland (or even Scotland, for that matter!) just htat its origins were English.
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My surname is McIntyre, and in my background I have other Scottish surnames, such as Gibb (Buchanan), Stewart, MacPherson, and Turner (Lamont). I am a member of Clan MacIntyre Association (CMA) and the Clan Buchanan Society International, Inc. I enjoy convening for the CMA any chance I get. Going to Highland games and Celtic festivals is a real kick for me.
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