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History of the Munros of Fowlis with genealogies of the principal families of the name: to which are added those of Lexington and New England

Author: Alexander Mackenzie
Publisher: Inverness, A. & W, Mackenzie, 1898.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Family tradition states that the Munros were of ancient Scots and were banished from Scotland by the Romans. They fled to Ireland and the western isles and then returned several centuries later. Tradition also credits O'Cathan, an ancient Irish chief and Prince of Fermanagh, as the founder of the Munros of Fowlis. A descendant of O'Cathan, Hugh Munro (d.1126) was made the first Baron of Fowlis, which title has  Read more...
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Named Person: Monroe family.; Monroe family.; Munro.; Monroe.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Mackenzie
OCLC Number: 5788191
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, [vii]-xv, 632 pages 23 cm
Responsibility: by the late Alexander Mackenzie.

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Family tradition states that the Munros were of ancient Scots and were banished from Scotland by the Romans. They fled to Ireland and the western isles and then returned several centuries later. Tradition also credits O'Cathan, an ancient Irish chief and Prince of Fermanagh, as the founder of the Munros of Fowlis. A descendant of O'Cathan, Hugh Munro (d.1126) was made the first Baron of Fowlis, which title has remained in the family ever since. Descendants live throughout Great Britain, United States and Canada.

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