Calling all McNabs….

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    After reading all the threads and replies from McNab people and their relatives from the Killin / Perthshire area, I would love to hear from you all to try and piece together and links and connections we may have.

    My family arrived at Point Henry, Victoria (Australia) in 1852, I have identified several generations in Scotland prior to their immigration but all trees have many branches…and so many of my lines are still unknown.

    Cats if your still in Croydon, I would love to hear from you – Im 40 mins away in Yea. Beth, I believe we may have caught up at some stage but would love to see how you have gone with tracing your family.

    Anyone in Australia, Canada, Scotland…tell me about your McNabs!!!

    Kind regards

    Christina McNab

    ,Brian Allan

    It is a small world ! I was born ‘n’ bred in Killin and I think I’ve actually met Christina & her husband here in Oz ! What is it they say ………….6 degrees of seperation ! I believe it. Slainte to all back home (where the heart is and shall always remain !)


    Hello Christina,
    My Donald Mc Nabb was born in 1823 at Islay,Scotland. My tree is on We used to go to McNab & Mc Nab Solicitors in Queen Street, Melbourne.Finlay and Colin Mc Nab were cousins of Maud Victoria and Queenie Jones of Seymour. My husband Tony comes from Seymour. My family tree is on
    Please contact me.
    Cats (Heather)


    Hello Heather…sorry for the delay in replying.
    Would love to hear more about your family and am interested in the origins of the bb?

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