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  1. Mike Sinclair

    In 1857 William. C. Davidson left Aberlemno in Scotland with his family. He built a shed for his sons to start their company. That company still exists today and is called : The Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

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  2. Deborah law

    Coronal John Forbes of dunferline fife scotland helped to found Pittsburgh America ( named after William Pitt priminister at the time ) which then allowed Andrew Carnegie to go there and make his fortune in the steel industry, good or bad he them shared his wealth with the world also from dunferline
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  3. Connie N. Courtney

    Our Brodies were doctors in the Revolutionary War and then later, William Banks Brodie was a soldier in the Civil war. I am descended from John, then Lodowick Brodie. Cordially, Connie

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  4. Jean Hamilton Rogers

    Hunter Scot Quackenbust was a descendant of Captailn John Scot of Fort Hunter in 1711. Hunter was a private in the American Revolution and is my ancestor.

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  5. robert j. garcia

    Really more of question. “The Donald” now pres. elect of USA. Do all Scots have Clan affiation? Do Scottish “historical records” list a TRUMP in Clan records?

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    • Amanda Moffet

      The answer to both of those questions is no. Trump is not a Clan or a Scottish name. It is of English and German origin.
      The Donald has a Scottish connection through his mother who was a MacLeod – so he’d be Clan MacLeod. Trump is not his Scottish connection.

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      • Dawn johnson

        No. Trump was not his father’s name. He anglicized his German name to Trump. The Donald is half Scot. His mother, who was beautiful, grew up in Scotland.

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    • Delilah Zvirblis

      Actually, the Donald’s family changed their name to Trump once they emigrated to the United States; it was originally Drumpf (which sounds German)

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      • john lawrie

        trump is not very well liked even by some of his scottish family who coldn’tcare less if he visit’s them or not

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        • J McEachern

          Some of his Scottish family…so you know his actual family members personally and have spoken to them in order to learn this?

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