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> Carroll, Creary, And Devlin, Clan search/geneology purposes
Posted: 11-Aug-2006, 09:12 PM
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Looking for Carroll, Creary, and Devlin clan...

Ancestors here since 1840's...
Settled in Carbon and Schuylkill counties of Pennsylvania

Could ye be Clan?

If so, tell me yer story!

Ni'i aon tintea'n mar do thintea'n fe'in
There is no fireplace like your own fireplace

O come back to Ireland! Come back with me!
Come back to the green rollin' hills and the sea
Come back to the music! Come back to the dance!
O come back to Ireland! Come back with me!
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Posted: 05-Oct-2015, 12:23 AM
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"Creary" is related to the Chleirigh Clan. The Clarks!

Clarks are descended from the clergy (monks, priest, etc). At some point, the vow of poverty & chastity got old, so they took their education, and became "men of business" to the Chiefs of various clans.

Pronounced CLARK in Scotland, and CLERK in England... as in "office clerk."

One of the existing mottos is: By scribes, for GOD and Scotland

David S. R. Clark, Administrative Sergeant-Major
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