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McLean, McAulay Lines

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Hello to all, I am interested to the McAulay family and all of its spelling as well as the McLean family.
My GGfather was William Mclean born 12 July 1867 in Paisley Scotland and died in Sept 1934.. He was married to "Ann". They had sons, William (b Aug 1885), Archie, John and Andrew PollackShaws.
The McAulay, and various spellings, side started with James McAulay who married Catherine Fowler who had a son, Patrick Francis McAulay, who married Ann Elizabeth Boyle in Glasgow. They had 13 children. Also a daughter, Ellen, who was born 14 Feb 1871.
 

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