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Maps of Interest

When visiting the sites listed below, please respect their copyright terms. Some allow reproduction for personal research but not for commercial use.  If you know of sources for other maps please send an email with the link information to the web manager.

 

National Library of Scotland’s list of county maps from 1580 - 1928

 

Number of Conoly Families in Scotland - 1841 to 1901. On Ancestry.com, check out the drop down-menu below the map where you can choose various years showing the number of Conoly families in Scotland according to census records. It’s interesting to watch the changes from 1841's to 1901 in the counties of Angus, Ayreshire, Dumfries-shire, East Lothian, Fife, Midlothian, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, West Lothian, and more. 

 

     

 

 

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Conoly/Conoley

CD Available!!

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Written by Don Conoly

The CD includes:

 ~ The Conoly Family History ~

~ Photos ~

~ Movies ~

For more info about what's included on the CD

click here or

contact Don Conoly

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Scotland County Highland Games

Laurinburg, NC

 

Clan and Society tents, quality vendors, five pipe bands, amateur athletic competitions, Scottish dance demonstrations, and solo piping and drumming competitions. Come enjoy Scottish musical entertainment, sheep dog demonstrations, and special children’s athletic events where all participants can wear a kilt that will be provided.

For more information, go to their website at www.schgnc.org

  


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