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The most important genealogical goal I have is to establish the connection, if possible, between Findla Mor Farquharson and the Mackinlay line which supposedly ensued from the sons of Findla Mor by his first wife. They settled in the area aroung Callander, Perthshire. Alternatively, there are other claimed origins for the Mackinlays, including Finlay Buchanan of Drumikill, according to Buchanan of Auchmar in 1723; the MacFarlanes of Luss and the area around the North of Loch Lomond; and, finally, a connection with the Stewarts of Appin is alleged which seems connected with the Livingstons from their progenitors, the McLeays.

Anyone with any information that documents any of the above who would be willing to share same, I would be most grateful.
The Robert Todd McKinlay Home Page
Updated May 5, 2001

Robert Todd McKinlay, MD, FACS, FSA Scot
1303 Goldsmith Drive
Westerville, OH 43081-4517
United States
614-890-5299
Fax: 614-818-4493
mckinlay.1@osu.edu

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