McLean, McClean, MacGiollaEoin A Scottish surname meaning son of the servant of St. John. The Macleans came to Ulster as galloglasses. In 1890 the surname was principally found in Antrim and Derry and the estimated number of bearers for McClean was 2,420, and for McLean was 1,920, and was 4,750 (including all variants).
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