MacLean (family)

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Gaelic poet and shoemaker, John MacLean (1787-1848), emigrated from Scotland to Pictou, N.S. in 1819. He settled at Barneys River, Pictou Co. and later Glen Bard, Antigonish Co. where he farmed and composed poetry and hymns. MacLean and his wife Isabella (Black), married in 1808, and had six children: Christy, Charles, Archibald, born in Scotland, and John, Allan, and Elizabeth, born in Nova Scotia.

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