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There is a story, but it may be incorrect, that the 8th Chiefs second son Allan of Reyran (Raera or Raray) himself had a son in Kilninver parish called Comham (Gobhainn) Mor (the big blacksmith) from whom descended some of the Mc Cowan families (Mac Comhain) of Netherlorn. Hugh Mc Coan (Mc Cowan) (born about 1710), Tenant at Lagganmore, and his wife may have had at least six children: Dugald (born about 1732); John (born about 1733); Fercher (born about 1735); Duncan (born about 1736); Allan (born about 1741); and Alexander (born about 1746).The Mc Coan family of Netherlorn, Kilninver, Argyll, Scotland and relating families, c.1710-c.1871, descendants of Hugh Mc Coan: The Mc Cowan family of Stanley Twsp., Huron Co., Ontario, Canada and Australia & relating families, 1789-1995, descendants of Archibald Mc Cowan, Margaret Mc Dougall Dugald Mc Cowan & Katherine Mc Diarmid | John Mc Cowan & Ann Clark |Fercher Mc Cowan & Janet Mc Pherson Duncan Mc Cowan & Mary Mc Pherson | Allan Mc Cowan & Catherine Mc Corquodale Alexander Mc Cowan & Florence "Flora" Mc Corquodale and Margaret Mc Dougall in their tree.Information about us a site operated by Frontline Recruitment Services Holdings Limited ("We").We are registered in England and Wales under company number 05141068.Her first Christian name "Mary" she shared both with her mother and with her partner.So I've mostly settled for "May", short and sweet (she was indeed short – neat is a better word – though not always sweet), and used on at least one occasion by my late Aunt Jane.Group: in relation to a company, that company, each and any subsidiary or holding company from time to time of that company, and each and any subsidiary from time to time of a holding company of that company.
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Raera was the senior cadet family of the Mac Dougalls of Lorn.
The populace of the Highlands & Islands simply said "Herself", a customary Celtic way of referencing a third party with a degree of respect, reluctant or otherwise, or even cautious affection.