Scottish planters to Donagheady

Scottish planters to Donagheady

Historian Dr William Roulston tells Helen Mark about some of the Scottish planter surnames that survive to this day in Donagheady. He describes the broad spectrum of Scottish society, from which the planters came from, and gives mention to Hugh Hamilton – who was a trader in luxury foodstuffs. (Broadcast: 6th Feb 2011)

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