AncestorsLachlan Lubanach Maclean's ancestors in three generations
|Lachlan Lubanach Maclean||Father:
Iain Dubh mac Gilliemore Maclean
Maolcaluim mac Giliosa Maclean
Malise mac Gilleain
Rioghnach of Carrick
Gamail, Lord of Carrick
Gillise Iosa MacGillean
Daughter of Lord of the Braes of Lodiaber
Cumming, Lord of the Braes of Lodiaber
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