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Re: Tracing Drennans in Northern Ireland
Posted by: Henry Drennan (ID *****0083) Date: April 30, 2005 at 12:20:43
In Reply to: Tracing Drennans in Northern Ireland by Stephen Drennan of 989

My name is Henry Drennan, I have been "chasing" the ever elusive Drennan line for 50 years.
My Drennan's came from a small village named Clough in County Antrim Northern Ireland. The first Drennan I know of was Robert, who came to America in 1787 and lived at Prosperity S.C. in Newberry County S.C. His descendant, William, moved to Cedar Springs, S.C. in Abbeville County S.C. There they joined Cedar Springs Associated Reform Presbyterian Church where they stayed until my father's time. Most of the people buried at Cedar Springs ARP cemetery are my ancestors.
If any of the above sounds familiar and you feel we have a common ancestor I would be pleased to swap information with you.
You may contact me at:
Henry G. Drennan
1909 Butler Road
Dewy Rose, Georgia 30634


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