Howard Mathieson

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clan map of Scotland

Clans in Scotland. The Raineys were a sept in the Macdonald clan. They inhabited the north western islands off Scotland

Wales, Map, Location Map, Maps

Wales, Map, Location Map, Maps

Wales, Map, Location Map, Maps

Identifying an Irish homeland can be difficult. In this case triangulating the surname of a husband and spouse narrowed the search to southern Limerick.

Scotland, Maps, Cards

Surnames, Wales

Surnames, Wales

Wales, Map, Location Map, Maps

Wales, Map, Location Map, Maps

Ireland, Maps, Irish, Cards

Ireland, Maps, Irish, Cards

The distribution of the Bowe(s) surname and DNA Haplogroups from the Bowes DNA project

The distribution of the Bowe(s) surname and DNA Haplogroups from the Bowes DNA project

I have a two map distributuons of the Gray surname. Grenham identifies the Gray surname as mainly of  Scots origin, but also Native Irish derived from Mac Cathail Riabhaigh. McLysaght makes a distinction between English and Scots. The first map breaks down the 1901 census by religious affiliation. A clear divide can be seen between the Grays to the south who are Roman Catholic and the Ulster based Grays who are largely Presbyterian.

I have a two map distributuons of the Gray surname. Grenham identifies the Gray surname as mainly of Scots origin, but also Native Irish derived from Mac Cathail Riabhaigh. McLysaght makes a distinction between English and Scots. The first map breaks down the 1901 census by religious affiliation. A clear divide can be seen between the Grays to the south who are Roman Catholic and the Ulster based Grays who are largely Presbyterian.

A Researcher searching for the Scots Irish origin for the Millikens. The Ulster Muster Roll (circa 1630) references Millikin in the Baronies of “Clougher” and “ Tome”. The 1901 Census finds Millikens and Millikins in the modern barony of Upper Toome.

A Researcher searching for the Scots Irish origin for the Millikens. The Ulster Muster Roll (circa references Millikin in the Baronies of “Clougher” and “ Tome”. The 1901 Census finds Millikens and Millikins in the modern barony of Upper Toome.