MacIntyre History of the MacIntyre
Clan ęcopyright Martin MacIntyre
10th Jan 2001.
Dear Electric Scotland Netters (I made it up but I'm sure it isn't
The following are drafts of first parts
of a planned 2nd Edition of my father's book CLAN MAC INTYRE,
A Journey to the Past by L. D. MacIntyre, self-published 1977, Lib. Of
Congress Catalog Card # 77-81280 (pre ISBN). It is out of print and he
is no longer with us, so I have no choice but to carry on the family
responsibility. The Table of Contents will give you some idea of what is
missing, especially the visuals. Feel free to contact me and say
whatever you like (no profanity please). I already have many people
sending me the typos, grammatical errors, additions and subtractions
etc. It is surprising and helpful that what one persons sees the other
misses. I don't mind if you forward this material so long as no one
sells it. Eventually it will be published and if you like you can e-mail
me so you can be on the mailing list. MacIntyres have some great legends
that make excellent bedtime stories. You can contact me, Martin
MacIntyre, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I do not have a web site yet. Thanks for your interest and support.
Marty (Martin Lewis MacIntyre, L. D. MacIntyre's youngest son.
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