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Hugh McLelland (abt. 1683 - abt. 1731)

Hugh McLelland
Born about in County Antrim, Irelandmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
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Died about at about age 48 [location unknown]
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From the north of Ireland; he did not emigrate. Notice of his name is in the Boston Transcript (see under his son James); I have not see reference to Sir Hugh elsewhere; he may be apocryphal. I include him in the tree b/c it is a helpful way to show that James and Hugh are brothers.

The "History of Gorham" mentions that he was knighted in 1515 (p. 658). Again, no evidence is cited.


  • History of Gorham, Maine, Hugh Davis McLellan, (Portland: Smith and Sale; rpt. Picton Press), 658.
  • Source S9 Type: Book, Text: McLellan, Hugh D. History of Gorham, ME., published online by Google Books, Original publisher: Smith & Sale, Printers, Portland, Maine, 1902.[1]


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McLelland-5 and McLellan-106 appear to represent the same person because: Clear duplicate
posted by [Living Blagg]

Rejected matches › Hugh McLellan (1796-1796)