Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
The Family Tree -
October/November 2005 Clan MacDuffie Genealogy
All true Macduffies have the opportunity to
acquire three major works which would explain their true position
in Celtic Genealogy, and clear up many of those annoying little problems
that prevent you from learning the truth about your ancestors.
Contrary to public opinion, Macduffies were
not Tinkers, but part of an enormously important Celtic Ecclesiastic
group that goes back to St. Patrick himself, and on the way includes St.
Bridget and St. Duthac, Chief Confessor of Ireland and Scotland.
It is quite simple to acquire this
information. Just open our webpage on
and order the following items, which will be
supplied on CD-ROM so that you can do your research at home.
GMC001 - Connected Surnames in
Chronological order from the Parish Registers of Ireland, the Isle of
Man and Scoland, with a few English items thrown in.
Just order the name you wish to research,
from Cathie - Duffie - Macduffie - McPhee- Macfie. We can even include
links to other Clans such as the Camerons.
HMC001 - The Early History of Clan
Macduffie - a magnificent publication that runs to over 200 pages.
HMC006 - Dhubhthaigh or Dub-Sidhe. Did the
Macfies get it wrong. Ask St. Duthac.
Then there are three items covering
EMC001 - Emigration to Australia.
EMC002 - Emigration to Canada.
EMC003 - Emigration to the USA.
Although not listed, we can also supply
copies of a magnificent set of papers written by Giles Carter covering
the Clan Macduffie/McAfee in Northern Ireland, a masterpiece of research
for any family from that part of the world.
SO DON'T HESITATE - ORDER YOUR CRUCIAL
INFORMATION TODAY. FEW SCOTTISH CLANS HAVE AS MUCH GENUINE INFORMATION
AVAILABLE. HELP TO MAKE CLAN MACDUFFIE A MAJOR FORCE.
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