Welcome to Clan MacFarlane Worldwide!
If you're like the rest of us you have no doubt found yourself pondering your heritage. Maybe your interest was nurtured as a child or maybe it was just discovered. Either way, we're glad your interest has led you here and we invite you to become part of our worldwide, yet tight, community. Our goals are to educate, share, and take pride in our heritage.
We are MacFarlanes of all spelling variations, McGaws, Spruells, Robbs, Millers, Websters, Weavers, Blacks and many others. Together we form a organization that's kept by the strongest of bonds... family. We answer to the call Loch Sloy, we carry the arms of our forefathers, we preserve the heritage that is so uniquely yours and ours.
It is with your support that the heritage of Clan MacFarlane will continue to thrive for another 800 years. Please join today.
MACFARLANE HERITAGE TRAIL
ANCESTOR: Robert McFarland
BORN: abt. 1675-80 in northern Ireland
EMIGRATED FROM: northern Ireland, prob. Co. Donegal or Tyrone DATE: abt. 1719
IMMIGRATED TO: Pennsylvania DATE: abt. 1719
MARRIED TO: Jennet
PARENTS’ NAMES: unknown
CHILDREN’S NAMES: John (1706-8 to 1784) m. to Mary Montgomery, James (1710-1752) m. to Margaret Greer, Rachel (1713-?) m. to John Wilkins, John Ramsey, Gordon Howard, Joseph (1715-1759) m. to Jean unk , Robert (1717-1797) m. to Esther Dunn, Rebecca (1720-?) m. to Andrew Mayes, Samuel McElhenny.
DATE OF DEATH: 1751 in Donegal township, Lancaster Co. PA
BURIAL: Unknown, probably on his land
RESIDENCE: 1 mile south of Mount Joy on Chiques Creek 1720-1751