Your starter for 10 - Where does the name McINAW originate?

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Re: Your starter for 10 - Where does the name McINAW origina

Post by rye470 » Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:45 pm

Jeez, Can't believe it's been so long since I started this post. Nor can I believe that it's taken so long to get back to it. And so many replies!!

Thank You to all who responded. Better late than never I guess. :oops:


Christine.
Fyfe,Binnie,Stewart,McEwan -Fife, Perthshire, Clackmannanshire.
McFarlane,Reid - Dunbartonshire.
Alexander,Dawson,Hamill,Kennedy,McCulloch - Donegal,Down, Armagh to Renfrewshire,Lanarkshire.

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Re: Your starter for 10 - Where does the name McINAW originate?

Post by Meesh117 » Sat May 12, 2018 7:39 pm

My grandmother's maiden name was McInaw (Anna) - she came from a town called Salthill, Mount Charles in Co. Donegal Ireland. She immigrated to Philadelphia, PA USA in 1923. Her father was Anthony McInaw - her grandfather was George McInaw. I was told that George may have been from Scotland... (haven't been able to confirm that). There are many McInaw's relatives still living in Ireland in the Co. Donegal area - My grandmother was (1) of 10 children of Anthony and Catherine McInaw.

Michelle
Phila PA

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