A McLaren Migration
Each sentence below has a link to one of the stories or interesting tidbits that surfaced as I researched the McLaren Migration. It's a long list, keep scrolling down..
How we learned to print the M⊆Laren surname.
A visit to the Lanark Village Cemetery.
We need to know something about Consanguineous Relationships.
Here is an opportunity to remember Elsie McLaren.
Why aren't these people smiling? A story about Early Photographs.
Here is an example of the Importance of Music to the McLarens.
When speaking in Lanark or Vienna - a Pronunciation Guide.
Our ancestors lived in Very Small Houses.
A story of drinking in Lanark, and the McLaren Distillery.
Looking at pictures of my father, why is he wearing dresses?
Something to think about: If great grandpa were a better shot.
Under the heading "times have changed," check the South Dakota census cards.
A reason to abandon ancestor research in Scotland
Searching for pictures of Vienna McLarens leads to a Photo Ephiphany. (This is an Adobe PDF® file; use your back button to return.)
A visit to Vienna, South Dakota in 2003 led to a rediscovery of the McLaren Home. (This is an Adobe PDF® file; use your back button to return.)
Searching for the Winchester's final rest led me to Angeles Abbey. (This is an Adobe PDF® file; use your back button to return.)
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