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hi, i am trying to trace my family tree and am interested in the things that you, in particular say ula. i live in england but have traced my family tree back to hugh mccoll tenant farmer in appin in around 1770. he had one surviving son called samuel who was born in 1788. he married a janet campbell and they had 14 children! they were, john, hugh,angus,euphemia,lilly,anne,donald,magdalene,alexander and mary. most of them were born in lismore as samuel was the schoolmaster postmaster and clerk to the kirk session there. busy man! i am sure that some of them have emigrated to the usa and canada as i cannot find any trace of some of them here, if anyone can help me any further i would be ecstatic. i have been in touch via email with two people related to me that i met through the internet, one who lives about 30 miles away and one wholives in canada but we are all stuck at hugh mccoll, farmer at Kenlochlaich, Appin.