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Re: PATTEN/PATTONPattin/McFayden
Posted by: Pat Adams (ID *****7376) Date: June 07, 2004 at 10:18:50
In Reply to: PATTEN/PATTON? by Virginia Terry of 836

The name Patton, sometimes spelled Patten comes from little Pat and the Mcfayden clan. I read somewhere that there was once a Pattin/Patton/Patten clan. I believe you can sstill access this information from the Scotland site of clans.

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