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The Keahey Clansmen

Updated September 5, 2000

Larry Altus Keahey
508 North Oak
801 North Iliff
Medicine Lodge, Kansas 67104
United States
316-886-5706
recdude@mailcity.com

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The Keahey Clansmenand Their KinSlay, Summerall, SmithThe Keahey Clan was a Sept of the Clan Ranald MacDonald. Clan Donald has its roots deep in the old Gaelic and Pictish times, with additions from the Norsemen. Many branches of the family have a recorded history back to the Twelfth Century, and in ancient times the Chief of the Clan MacDonald was recognized as Lord of the Isles.It is tradition that the Keahey's left Scotland because of religious persecution; resided briefly in North Ireland, and then came to Pennsylvania.

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