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County: Origin and places
MacGillean. From a Highland chieftain of the name of Gillean, who was the progenitor of this family. This Gillean was a celebrated warrior, and was called Gillean-ni-Tuoidh, from his ordinary weapon, a battle-ax, which in the Gaelic is Twidh, which his descendants wear to this day in their crest, betwixt a laurel and a cypress branch. The posterity of this Gillean were therefore called Mac Gillean, in all ancient documents, and now of modern date McLeans. Magh Leamhna in the County of Antrim, the estate of the McLeans or Macklins.
Origin of the Last Name County
County: Place of Origin :  Lancashire (United Kingdom) |  Hampshire (United Kingdom) |  London (United Kingdom) |  Cumbria (United Kingdom) |  Norfolk (United Kingdom) |  Essex (United Kingdom)
County: Family Trees of the Countys
COUNTY Playford (Suffolk, England, United Kingdom) 1844 - 1844
COUNTY St Matthew (England, United Kingdom) 1881 - 1881
COUNTY St Matthews, Islington (London, England, United Kingdom) 1881 - 1881
COUNTY West Ham (Essex, England, United Kingdom) 1903 - 1903
ROSS, HIGH SHERIFF of COUNTY CUMBERLAND, Haddington (Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom) 1226 - 1226
ROSS, HIGH SHERIFF of COUNTY CUMBERLAND, Hamlake, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1170 - 1170
COUNTY Boltonwood, Cumberland (Cumbria, England, United Kingdom) 1624 - 1624
COUNTY Cumberland (Cumbria, England, United Kingdom) 1652 - 1652
COUNTY Alderley (England, United Kingdom) 1656 - 1656
COUNTY St. Peter-le-Moor, Little Bolton, County Lancaster (Lancashire, England, United Kingdom) 1643 - 1643

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