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 Christina and Donald McLEAN from Scotland 1837



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A01 - HOW TO USE SMALL PRINT - group marker & contents
A01 - HOW TO USE SMALL PRINT - group marker & contents
Updated September 2020 
 
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B01 - HOW TO USE THIS WEBSITE - group marker & contents
B01 - HOW TO USE THIS WEBSITE - group marker & contents
 
 
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B70 - Overview of the McLean project & website - Don's notes
B70 - Overview of the McLean project & website - Don's notes
Updated March 2017 
 
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C01 - INTRODUCTION TO OUR RESEARCH - contents
C01 - INTRODUCTION TO OUR RESEARCH - contents
 
 
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C10 - READ THIS FIRST - Setting the scene - background concepts
C10 - READ THIS FIRST - Setting the scene - background concepts
v3 
 
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D01 - SCOTTISH ANCESTORS - group marker & contents of this group
D01 - SCOTTISH ANCESTORS - group marker & contents of this group
Updated September 2020 
 
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D30 - Donald's parents & grandparents - our strategies - v2
D30 - Donald's parents & grandparents - our strategies - v2
Updated September 2017 
 
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D40 - Donald's parents a & grandparents - searching original records
D40 - Donald's parents a & grandparents - searching original records
Updated September 2017 
 
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D50 - Christina McPhee
D50 - Christina McPhee
Christina's father was John Oag McPhee of Crieff - he was from a long line tenants of Crieff farm. Her mother was Christ'n Cameron who was from Achnacarry. Crieff and Achnacarry are near Loch Arkaig.
Her parents were married in 1786 in Crieff and this is where Christina was born in 1787. She grew up there. When she was 17 years old the family moved to near Loch Eil. This is how she met Donald McLean.
Christina and Donald McLean lived in Blaich and Duisky on Loch Eil where they had 12 children (two died as infants) over the next two-and-half decades. The family migrated to South Australia in 1837.
(Updated September 2020) 
 
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D53 - False path for searching for an OPR for the birth of Christn Cameron (wife of John McPhee)
D53 - False path for searching for an OPR for the birth of Christn Cameron (wife of John McPhee)
Christ'n was living in Achnacarry in the parish of Kilmallie. These research notes are based on the possibility that she might have been born in another parish, and that her mother was not known. After extensive research was completed, it was found that her mother was probably Jane Robertson, so all the initial research was on a false path - a wasted effort.
(Updated May 2020)

 
 
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D55 - John McPhee & Christ'n Cameron
D55 - John McPhee & Christ'n Cameron
John McPhee was the last of a line of McPhee tenants of Crieff farm. Christ'n Cameron was probably born in 1771 in Achnacarry to parents Jane Robertson and Donald Cameron, the saw-miller. John and Christ'n were married in 1786 and their daughter, Christina, was born the next year. In 1788 John took over the Crieff tenancy after his father died. In 1804 they were evicted because of the clearances for farming sheep rather than cattle. They settled on the outskirts Fort William.
(Updated September 2020)
 
 
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D56 - John Macleod's memoirs & family tree
D56 - John Macleod's memoirs & family tree
John was the cousin two times removed of Christina McPhee. His memoirs are a key source for identifying Jane Robertson as the wife of Christina's probable grandfather, Donald Cameron.
(Updated August 2020) 
 
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D57 - Donald Cameron & Jane Robertson
D57 - Donald Cameron & Jane Robertson
Donald and Jane met when they were each training in Aberdeen. He was training as a millwright and she was learning homecrafts. They eloped to Achnacarry where Donald was a saw miller. Jane was from the lowlands, and had to adjust to highland culture and learn Gaelic - she was always considered an outsider.
Jane and Donald had at least two children - Jean in the late 1760s and Christ'n about 1771. Jane taught them needlework and English.
Donald's saw mill developed to become a substantial supplier of lumber to distant customers.
(Updated September 2020)  
 
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D60 - Other McPhee families
D60 - Other McPhee families
Notes about other McPhee families which have not (yet) been found to be connected to Christina McPhee & John Oag McPhee
(Updated September 2020) 
 
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E01 - PLACES - group marker  & contents of this group
E01 - PLACES - group marker & contents of this group
Updated September 2020 
 
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E20 - Blaich & Duisky
E20 - Blaich & Duisky
Updated August 2018 
 
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E25 - Ardgour - the district, the estate, the house & Sallachan Farm
E25 - Ardgour - the district, the estate, the house & Sallachan Farm
Updated March 2018 
 
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E30 - Kilmallie & Lochaber
E30 - Kilmallie & Lochaber
Updated September 2017 
 
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E35 - Duart Castle
E35 - Duart Castle
Updated September 2017 
 
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E51 - Donald's property in the CBD of Adelaide - half acre 57 in Hindley Street
E51 - Donald's property in the CBD of Adelaide - half acre 57 in Hindley Street
What did Donald and his family do with the property which is now Kaurna Gallery in Adelaide?
(Updated June 2020) 
 
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E52 - Donald's 80 acre farm in Hilton, near Adelaide - country section 50 - 1838 to 1855
E52 - Donald's 80 acre farm in Hilton, near Adelaide - country section 50 - 1838 to 1855
The McLeans grew the colony's first wheat crop and built a house on what is now the suburb of Marleston.
(Updated June 2020) 
 
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E53 - Auchananda's - Donald's home in Strathalbyn
E53 - Auchananda's - Donald's home in Strathalbyn
The McLeans built a 2-story house and barn/stables in early 1840s - 1 km from the Strathalbyn post office. At that time, these were among the first and best buildings in the district. The house was a ruin within about 50 years, but the barn/stables is still there - as a residence.
(Updated March 2019) 
 
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E66 - McLean burials in Strathablyn
E66 - McLean burials in Strathablyn
Where are the McLean grave sites in Strathalbyn? What happened to the family burial ground that Donald had instructed in his Will?
(Updated April 2020)  
 
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F01 - CLAN MacLEAN - group marker & contents of this group
F01 - CLAN MacLEAN - group marker & contents of this group
Updated September 2020 
 
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F01 - CLAN MacLEAN - group marker & contents of this group
F01 - CLAN MacLEAN - group marker & contents of this group
Updated September 2020 
 
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F15 - Time line for Chiefs, Lairds & our family
F15 - Time line for Chiefs, Lairds & our family
Updated September 2017 
 
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F20 - MacLean chiefs - Duart line
F20 - MacLean chiefs - Duart line
Details of the 28 chiefs from the 1200s to the present time.
(Updated March 2019) 
 
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F30 - McLean Lairds of Ardgour
F30 - McLean Lairds of Ardgour
How did Donald connect with the clan hierachy? There have been 18 lairds of Ardgour from 1420 until the present. Donald is probably connected with the 8th Laird.
(Updated 12th March 2019) 
 
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F35 - MacLean Lairds of Blaich
F35 - MacLean Lairds of Blaich
Donald is connected with the 'Second Family' which commenced in the 1680s with Lachlan Mor, the 7th Laird of Blaich. This line had a patchy history which petered out before Donald was born.
(Updated March 2019)

 
 
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F40 - MacLeans in the Jacobite Risings
F40 - MacLeans in the Jacobite Risings
Where were the MacLean fighters in the devastating Culloden battle in 1746? This was 33 years before Donald was born and apparently neither his father nor grandfather were involved. However the traumatic events before and after the battle had a huge impact on Donald's kin and highland living.
(Updated 12th March 2019)  
 
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G01 - DONALD'S LIFE - group marker & contents of this group (2).pdf
G01 - DONALD'S LIFE - group marker & contents of this group (2).pdf
Updated September 2020 
 
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G20 - Overview of Donald's life - 1779 to 1855
G20 - Overview of Donald's life - 1779 to 1855
Donald McLean and Christina, nee McPhee lived in the Western Highlands of Scotland for five decades before migrating to the new colony in South Australia with ten children in 1837. For a few years, they farmed near Adelaide where they grew the first wheat crop in the colony. Then they were pioneers in the Strathalbyn district. (Updated March 2019) 
 
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G30 - Donald's childhood
G30 - Donald's childhood
Updated Sept 2017 
 
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G35 - Donald's life - his initial working years
G35 - Donald's life - his initial working years
Updated Sept 2017 
 
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G40 - Donald's continuing working years - with a growing family
G40 - Donald's continuing working years - with a growing family
Updated September 2017 
 
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G55 - Donald's life around Adelaide - 1838 to 1842
G55 - Donald's life around Adelaide - 1838 to 1842
The McLean family arrived in the earliest days of the colony. Donald purchased a property in the new Adelaide township. He took up an 80 acre farm where he grew the first substantial wheat crop and built a house. They were there for three or four years as the colony was rapidly growing around them. They moved to Strathalbyn in 1842.
(Updated June 2020)
 
 
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G60 - The first wheat crop in South Australia - 1838
G60 - The first wheat crop in South Australia - 1838
These notes describe how Donald and his sons grew 20 acres of wheat at this Hilton property in 1838. There was public argument about whether or not this was the first wheat crop.
(Updated June 2020) 
 
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G85 - Highway robbery of Donald by Robert Spearman in 1848
G85 - Highway robbery of Donald by Robert Spearman in 1848
In 1848, Donald was robbed of 76 pounds on his way back from Adelaide to his home in Strathalbyn. Robert Spearman, the innkeeper of the Mountain Hut, was convicted (but maybe he wasn't really guilty) and was sentenced to 15 years in Van Dieman's Land - but he escaped straight away. This document details the court proceedings and some stories about Spearman's adventures after he escaped. All this material would make a terrific play or novel.
(Updated March 2019)  
 
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G91 - Donald McLean's Will - full transcription & notes
G91 - Donald McLean's Will - full transcription & notes
Donald signed his Will in 1846 and subsequently made six codicils before he died in 1855. It was a complex Will for his wife and many children involving numerous properties.
This document has images and transcriptions of the Will, codicils and probate. There is a listing of what each beneficiary was to receive and notes about all these.
Note that there are two identical copies of these notes on this website - one here in Small Print and the other in Donald's profile.
(Updated April 2020)  
 
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H01 - DESCENDANTS OF DONALD & CHRISTINA - contents
H01 - DESCENDANTS OF DONALD & CHRISTINA - contents
 
 
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J01 - DRAFTS OF BIOGRAPHIES OR ANECDOTES - contents
J01 - DRAFTS OF BIOGRAPHIES OR ANECDOTES - contents
 
 
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M001 - Descendants of Lachlan Mor MacLean of Blaich - chart & notes - source Edwin MacLean
M001 - Descendants of Lachlan Mor MacLean of Blaich - chart & notes - source Edwin MacLean
Edwin MacLean, who lives in Hamilton, is the achivist for the Clan MacLean Association of Australia in Victoria.
The document focuses on 21 people. Person 1 is Lachlan MacLean (born 1679) who was given as the father of Allan (person 7) who was thought to be the father of our Donald (born 1779, person 14).
This genealogy is our only source for many details, but there are some errors and it requires supporting evidence (OPRs etc). The details have been placed on our website www.christinaanddonaldmcLean.com but, because of lack of supporting evidence, they are in a side family tree 'Lairds, tacks & residents of Ardgour, Blaich & Duisky' rather than the main tree 'Christian and Donald McLean'.




 
 
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M002 - Notes about MacLeans of Blaich, by MBD
M002 - Notes about MacLeans of Blaich, by MBD
These notes were found in 2016 amongst papers gathered by Alf McLean when he was compiling the BRB in 1995.
It is not known who MBD is, or where MDB obtained this information.
 
 
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N01 - MEMORABILIA - contents
N01 - MEMORABILIA - contents
 
 
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P01 - PREVIOUS COUNCIL - Donald & Christina Genealogical Council Inc - contents of the official file
P01 - PREVIOUS COUNCIL - Donald & Christina Genealogical Council Inc - contents of the official file
 
 
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P02 - History of the previous council
P02 - History of the previous council
 
 
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P03 - 1st meeting - 26th Jan 1986
P03 - 1st meeting - 26th Jan 1986
 
 
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P05 - Newsletter 1 - Feb 1986
P05 - Newsletter 1 - Feb 1986
 
 
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P06 - 2nd meeting - 11th Dec 1987
P06 - 2nd meeting - 11th Dec 1987
 
 
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P07 - Newsletter 2 - Dec 1987
P07 - Newsletter 2 - Dec 1987
 
 
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P08 - 3rd meeting - 14th Feb 1988
P08 - 3rd meeting - 14th Feb 1988
 
 
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P09 - Newsletter 3 - Feb 1988
P09 - Newsletter 3 - Feb 1988
 
 
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P10 - Reunion - 18th March 1988
P10 - Reunion - 18th March 1988
 
 
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P11 - Marleston obelisk - Feb 1988
P11 - Marleston obelisk - Feb 1988
 
 
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P12 - Newsletter 4 - May 1988
P12 - Newsletter 4 - May 1988
 
 
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P13 - 4th meeting - 19th June 1988
P13 - 4th meeting - 19th June 1988
 
 
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P14 - 5th meeting - 31st July 1988
P14 - 5th meeting - 31st July 1988
 
 
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P15 - Incorporation & constitution - 16th Sept 1988
P15 - Incorporation & constitution - 16th Sept 1988
 
 
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P16 - 6th meeting - 2nd Oct 1988
P16 - 6th meeting - 2nd Oct 1988
 
 
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P17 - Newsletter 5 - Aug 1988
P17 - Newsletter 5 - Aug 1988
 
 
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P18 - Newsletter 6 - Nov 1991
P18 - Newsletter 6 - Nov 1991
 
 
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P19 - Newsletter 7 - July 1992
P19 - Newsletter 7 - July 1992
 
 
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P20 - 7th meeting - 17th Jan 1993
P20 - 7th meeting - 17th Jan 1993
 
 
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P21 - Newsletter 8 - Feb 1993
P21 - Newsletter 8 - Feb 1993
 
 
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P22 - AGM & 8th meeting - 4th July 1993
P22 - AGM & 8th meeting - 4th July 1993
 
 
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P23 - 9th meeting - 5th Dec 1993
P23 - 9th meeting - 5th Dec 1993
 
 
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P24 - Newsletter 9 - Jan 1994
P24 - Newsletter 9 - Jan 1994
 
 
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P25 - 10th meeting - 6th March 1994
P25 - 10th meeting - 6th March 1994
 
 
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P26 - AGM & 11th meeting - 31st July 1994
P26 - AGM & 11th meeting - 31st July 1994
 
 
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P27 - 12th meeting - 9th Oct 1994
P27 - 12th meeting - 9th Oct 1994
 
 
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P28 - Newsletter 10-a - Oct 1994
P28 - Newsletter 10-a - Oct 1994
 
 
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P29 - 13th meeting - 27th Nov 1994
P29 - 13th meeting - 27th Nov 1994
 
 
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P30 - Newsletter 10-b - Dec 1994
P30 - Newsletter 10-b - Dec 1994
 
 
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P31 - Correspondence - Dec 1994
P31 - Correspondence - Dec 1994
 
 
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P32 - Newsletter 10-c - Jan 1995
P32 - Newsletter 10-c - Jan 1995
 
 
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P33 - 14th meeting - 22nd Jan 1995
P33 - 14th meeting - 22nd Jan 1995
 
 
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P34 - Printing the BRB - Feb 1995
P34 - Printing the BRB - Feb 1995
 
 
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P35 - 15th meeting - 26th Feb 1995
P35 - 15th meeting - 26th Feb 1995
 
 
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P36 - 16th meeting - 2nd April 1995
P36 - 16th meeting - 2nd April 1995
 
 
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P37 - 17th meeting - 30th April 1995
P37 - 17th meeting - 30th April 1995
 
 
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P38 - Newsletter 11 - June 1995
P38 - Newsletter 11 - June 1995
 
 
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P39 - 18th meeting - 25th June 1995
P39 - 18th meeting - 25th June 1995
 
 
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P40 - Newsletter 12 - July 1995
P40 - Newsletter 12 - July 1995
 
 
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P41 - Southern Argus - 20th July 1995 p6
P41 - Southern Argus - 20th July 1995 p6
 
 
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P42 - 19th meeting - 30th July 1995
P42 - 19th meeting - 30th July 1995
 
 
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P43 - BRB book launch - 6th Aug 1995
P43 - BRB book launch - 6th Aug 1995
 
 
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P44 - Alf's letter - 28th Nov 1995
P44 - Alf's letter - 28th Nov 1995
 
 
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P45 - Newsletter drafts - Nov 1995
P45 - Newsletter drafts - Nov 1995
 
 
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P46 - 20th meeting - 3rd Dec 1995
P46 - 20th meeting - 3rd Dec 1995
 
 
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P47 - 21st meeting - 24th March 1996
P47 - 21st meeting - 24th March 1996
 
 
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P48 - Newsletter 13 - June 1996
P48 - Newsletter 13 - June 1996
 
 
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P49 - 22nd meeting - 16th June 1996
P49 - 22nd meeting - 16th June 1996
 
 
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P50 - Newsletter 14 - Sept 1996
P50 - Newsletter 14 - Sept 1996
 
 
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P51 - Marketing Alf's book - Oct 1996
P51 - Marketing Alf's book - Oct 1996
 
 
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P52 - Newsletter 15 - Nov 1996
P52 - Newsletter 15 - Nov 1996
 
 
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P53 - Alf's report - Sept 1997
P53 - Alf's report - Sept 1997
 
 
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Q01 - STEERING GROUP - contents
Q01 - STEERING GROUP - contents
 
 
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S01 - POLICIES & PROCEDURES - contents
S01 - POLICIES & PROCEDURES - contents
 
 
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S91 form - My details from the database
S91 form - My details from the database
Any descendant can use this form to request a copy of whatever details about themselves are hidden on the database of the website. (Updated 17th March 2019) 
 
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S92 form - Consent
S92 form - Consent
In response to a descendant's request (form S91), this form (S92) is sent by the C&D McLean Committee to the descendant, with a print-out of whatever details about themselves are at present hidden on the database. They can then consent to whatever details they want everyone to see. (Update 17th March 2019) 
 
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U01 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADMINISTRATORS - contents
U01 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADMINISTRATORS - contents
 
 
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U17 - Changing the privacy settings
U17 - Changing the privacy settings
 
 
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Z01 - ARCHIVES - contents
Z01 - ARCHIVES - contents