Clan MacGowan

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Gaelic Name for MacGowan: Mac a'Ghobhainn  -or-  Gobha  
             		 (Son of Smith)         (Blacksmith)
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Origin of Clan Gow/MacGowan

Clansfolk of Clan Gow/MacGowan

Clan Gow/MacGowan in the Military

Septs of Clan Gow/MacGowan

Symbols of Clan Gow/MacGowan

Clan MacGowan is a member of the Clan Chattan Group

Every clan had a blacksmith or armourer; hence, names of Gow and
MacGowan are connected with many clans. The main Highland branch
is traditionally part of Clan Chattan, but for romantic reasons
are connected with Clan MacPherson. MacGowan is also a sept of
Clan MacDonald of the Isles.

= In Scotland =
[Flag of Scotland] Gow, MacGowan [Flag of Scotland]
Courtesy Electric Scotland: Grangemouth, Scotland
[New Scotland (Nova Scotia) -=- Where the Heart is Still Highland!]

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