Sie sind auf Seite 1von 15

ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF CLAN DOUGAL CIAR

Where identity is doubtful a new entry has been made

1500?, [chief of Clan Gregor] ... McGregor, 1541, in charge of arrangements for the
king in Balquhidder, with rights of forestry and facilities for hunting deer. To be
described as "McGregor" indicates chiefship. Amelia (I: 101) also notes this.
Alastair McAlastair McCoul; 1612 (401); perhaps the same as Alastair McG in
Strathyre 1610 (I.360).
Alastair McG, 3rd son of Gregor McNeil McG, perhaps in Ardchyle, 121 in list of
1589, brother of John and Ewin (I.209); Alastair McG, brother of John and Ewin,
in Ardchyle? 84 on list of 1586; (I.179)
Alastair McG McIanduy in Strathfillan, 36 in list of 1586; ?CDC (I.178)
Alastair McPatrick Roy, ?CDC 1590 (I.223)
Alastair McRobert voir (Orr) McG in Strathyre, escheated 1569, 5th on list (I.148);
Alastair McRobert (Orr) (moir) McG in Strathyre and his sons, 85 on list of 1586
(I.179); Alastair McRobert in Strathyre, 122 in list of 1589 (I.209); (I.178);
Alastair McG in Strathyre 1610 (I.360), perhaps a son.
Alastair son of Duncan son of Patrick (Patrick33?) in Strathyre under Buchanans,
1605 (I.346)
Alastair115 Murray of Ardmackmuine, son of John there.
Alastair115 Murray or Campbell or Drummond or McG, b 2 bapt 5 Jan 1722, in
Ardmacmuine, was discharged on 12 Apr 1732 of his cautionary obligation
contained in the marriage contract between James Graham alias McG in Coracklet
and Marjory second daughter to Alexander Campbell of Airds. He was his father’s
cautioner and appears to have succeeded him in Ardmacmuine, as he appeared at a
Baron Bailie Court held on 18 September 1755. On 7 December 1763 Alastair
Drummond in the parish of Callander and Elizabeth Drummond in the parish of
Comrie were married. She was a daughter of John Drummond alias McG in
Mailemore. Living at Ardmacmuine they had John119, Henrietta120 and
Polly121.
Catherine, dau of Malcolm Og and Christian MacDonald, c 1630. Source?
Coll McG, Catherine McG: dau Catherine 21 July 1793, Balquhidder. (OPR)
David69 Graham eldest lawful son of John66 of Corarklet, served heir to father 20
Apr 1706 (James70 called eldest son in Confirmation); 11 Dec 1707 had a Precept
of Clare Constat from Rob Roy (who had succeeded Archibald of Kilmannan as
superior of the lands at Pollochchroe) as heir to his father, also inherited a wadset
over Cluigbowie.
Donald, son of John of Glengyle, nephew of RR, proprietor of Monachaltuarach.
Donald, father of Finlay1 and Duncan, represented his family in bond of manrent
with Colin of Glenurchy, 1547. (I:94)
Donald and Dougal, 1650, held wadset over Wester Corarklet before 20 Jan 1693,
disponed one third to John of Glengyle and Catherine Graham his spouse in liferent
and Dougal McG their eldest son in fee.
Donald Dow, 17 in list of 1586 (I.177); prob brother of John Dow; ?CDC.
Donald Gramich? McG McDC, killed 1612 by Drummond McGs (398)
Donald McEwen, represented his family in bond of manrent with Colin of Glenurchy,
1547.(I:94)
Donald McG in Glenselch [Glenfalloch?], witness to m.c. of John in Glengyle and
Christian Campbell, 1687.
Donald McGrigor and Janet McGrigor in Monachalbeg both of
Balquhiddercontracted for marriage 23 May 1772; had their first child Mary in
antenup forn., 29 Jan 1773. Alexr McGrigor there sponsor for the child. Also
Hugh, 18 Apr 1774, Katharine 12 Dec 1775, Donald McGrigor herd in M. and his
wife Janet McGrigor a son bap Alastair on 10 Jan 1778, 1779 Dec 26 Donald and
Janet a daughter Janet 26 Dec 1779, Margaret on 7 Oct 1781.
Donald or Daniel Graham late shipmaster in Glasgow, brother of Elizabeth, 3rd? son
of Gregor of Glengyle, father of Duncan Graham, “sailed from Clyde for a
considerable time a Captain.”
Donald101 McG in Invercarnaig, 1630, lawful son of Malcolm100 in Invercarnaigs
[is he the unlocated Donald65 son of Gregor a Chrioch perchance?] He died in
November 1685 when his testament was given up by Malcolm in Craigruie, his
nearest of kin. He had a son Donald102.
Donald102, apparently son of Donald101 of Invercarnaig who d Nov 1685, was a
witness to a sasine on 8 November 1708 and to another on 20 December 1708. On
7 February 1719 John Duke of Athole granted a Feu Charter to Donald Murray in
Wester Inverlochlarig now in Craigruie of the three and a half merkland of Wester
Inverlochlarig and the equal half of the merkland of Craigruie presently possessed
by Malcolm Murray there and his subtenants. He may be the Donald Murray in
Innerlochlarig, innkeeper, who is mentioned in February 1720. He survived 12
May 1741. [Donald 101 and 102 need a little checking in the Mistress File]
Donald51, Lt Col Donald Glas, son of Malcolm Og, m 2 Nov 1656 Margaret
Campbell of Glenlyon; children Margaret, John, Duncan, Robert Roy, Sarah
(More).
Donald65, 4th? son to Gregor a Chrioch, v 1649; may be Donald 101 rather.
Dougal, 1660?, eldest son of John of Glengyle and Catherine Graham v1693.
Dougal, perhaps known as Dougal Ciar, bro of Malcolm McDC in Glengyle in 1590
(I:223), so a son of Gregor Dow. Is this Dougal Chaiche... Dougal, 11 on list of
1606 (I.348); Dougal Ciar, perhaps Dougal52; perhaps son of Gregor Dow; Dougal
Cheir McG and his brother Robert? 1611 (367); repeated p369
Dougal “McG son” in Corarklet, 1546, perhaps son of John Bain (I:89), at riot at
Dumbarton July 1545
Dougal and Donald, 1650?, held wadset over Wester Corarklet, before 20 Jan 1693,
disponed one third to John of Glengyle and Catherine Graham his spouse in liferent
and Dougal McG their eldest son in fee.
Dougal Ciar, Dougal30: hypothetical but probably a much older character. “Sons” of
Dougal Ciar, according to their patronymics, were Malcolm31, Duncan32,
Patrick33; and perhaps John and Dougal. Deduced by JMWS from the name of
Gregor Dow (40): given as “Gregor McIlchallum McCuill” in Glengyle on 22 Sep
1580, also as “Gregor McOlchallum VcCoule Cheire” in Glengyle 4 May 1581,
also, we think, as “Gregor McCulquheir McG” in Kyleter 13 Aug 1586, his
pedigree may “with hesitation” be deduced to be Gregor son of Malcolm or
Callum, son of Dougal Ciar, but this last seems to be a generic as it is widely used
at an early period. JMWS thought that “this Dougal Ciar (30) who probably lived
about 1500, is possibly the mouse-coloured Dougall from whom the Clan Dougall
Ciar branch of Clan Gregor took their name” but he was very dubious and the
patronymic is probably at least 100 years earlier. There was apparently a later
Dougal Ciar, of the same House.
Dougal Ciar McG, 3rd on list of 1589 (I.206), only after Alaster of Glenstray and his
brother Iain Dubh; also listed at 43, unless two of same name. Name may be for
Chief, ie, The Dougal Ciar. Dougal McDC, 1601 (I:272): unlocated; lit. a son of
Dougal Ciar.
Dougal McDC in Glengyle, son of Malcolm31 of Glengyle, brother of Duncan in
Drumlich and John, and Malcolm in Inverlochlarig, 32 in list of 1586, with Gregor
McDC McG in Kerletter, perhaps Gregor Dow at 33. (I.178)
Dougal McDC in Glengyle, 80 on list of 1589 (I.208), Malcolm McDC and Duncan
his brother in Glengyle, in 1590 (I.223), in Glengyle 1599 (I.237).
Dougal McG Clerache McG, accused of killing Gregor son of DA 1611 (377)
Dougal McG McDC in Glengyle, k by Campbells April 1604 (335) (BBT) but
according to another account only Duncan Aberach and Gregor his son were killed
and Dougal Clerich (another Dougal?) was accused of killing Gregor himself
(336).
Dougal52 (Dugald), a son of Malcolm50, lived at Invernenty in Balquhidder. He
died in November 1669 leaving three daughters: Anna, Isobell and Marie. The
inventory of his estate was given up by Lt Col Donald McG (his brother) (DCRT x,
fol 356).
Dougall52: son of Malcolm50 Mc D C v 15 Nov 1633, said to be eldest with no
descendants (WMS), but in Balquhidder where JMWS considered him an uncle of
Rob Roy.
Duncan, a weaver, [c1770] left Glencarnaig and went to Auchtubhmore, and perhaps
a brother Robert (in with a dotted line from Peter) who had a son Peter who was a
ploughman near Blackford. Duncan had:
Duncan, bro of Finlay, son of Donald, represented his family in bond of manrent with
Colin of Glenurchy, 1547. (I:94)
Duncan Aberach: Supposed to be the Duncan forfeited in 1569 but ?
Duncan Bain McG in Craigrostan, 1587 (I.180)
Duncan Bain McRobert in Stukinroy, 21 in list of 1586 (I.177) ?CDC
Duncan bain McRobert McCharles in Stukenroy, 86 on list of 1589 (I.208)
Duncan Beg McG McDC, at Glenfruin; tried 1604; younger bro of Malcolm50 (324)
Duncan commonly called Old Cuilt, or Doncha McParuaig, m the daughter of Coll.
By her he had a son John, Lt in the Clan Alpine Fencibles.
Duncan Graham of Glengyle, son of Gregor55 and Margaret Moneith (DW), bc 1650
Duncan McConachie son of Alastair so Duncan so Patrick in Strathyre 1605 (346)
Duncan McCoule Cheir, 1612 (401)
Duncan McDC, 1560, a witness at Strathfillan (I:130)
Duncan McDC McG, 1533, tenant of Earl of Menteith, outlawed for theft, brother of
Malcolm and Patrick (I:88)
Duncan McDC McG in Corarklet, 1546, (I: 89), at riot at Dumbarton July 1545
Duncan McDC McG in Drumlich, son of Malcolm the 2nd Chieftain of their House,
30 on list of 1586. If this is Malcolm31, son of Dougal Ciar, then another brother
of Gregor Dow, but this scheme seems simplistic. (I.178)
Duncan McG, bro of Dougal Ciar, 4th and 44th on list of 1589 (I.206)
Duncan McG McNeill, not identified, escheated 1569, 7th on list after CDC and
Duncan Og; probably CDC where the name occurs, eg +1611.
Duncan McG son of Robert McG son of Gregor of Glengyle.
Duncan McMalcolm McG in Balquhidder, 1587 (I.180)
Duncan McNeil McG, +1611 (379)
Duncan McPatrick in Innerlochlarig +1604 (330)
Duncan McPatrick McDC, Inverlochlarig, 1604 (326)
Duncan McPatrick McDC, 81 on list of 1589 (I.208)
Duncan McPatrick McDC, 1590 (I.223), brother of Gregor
Duncan McPatrick McDC McG in Innernenty, 1590 (I:223), to flit 1592 (I:235)
Duncan McPatrick or McG, ?in Balquhidder, 1589 (I.180)
Duncan McPatrick VcDC, a pledge, 1601 (I:269): son of Patrick33?
Duncan McPatrick voir (Orr), McDC, escheated 1569, 4th on list (I.148)
Duncan McRobert ... Dougal 1606 (348), 7 on list.
Duncan McRobert McG now called Graham, raiding in Lennox 1612 (402)
Duncan Murray, 1715, Wester Drumlich (Keppoch’s Regt; CAT)
Duncan Murray in Invercarnaig, 1659: see Malcolm15
Duncan Og, son of John of Drumlich and the oldest Mrs Armstrong’s grandfather.
Duncan Og McG in Ardchyle, escheated 1569, 6th on list, after CDC (I.148);
perhaps, as Amelia assumes, the younger son of Duncan Ladosach still known as
Og, but others were known as Duncan Og eg a son of John of Drumlich. He is
more probably one of CDC and is in any event junior to them.
Duncan Patrick McD C in Monachyle, 1622, bro to Gregor and John, perhaps son of
John McD C in Balquhidder under Lord T?
Duncan Pudrache McG, Auchtubh + 1604 (329)
Duncan slaoch McG, in Morell, 25 on list of 1589 (I.180, 207); not CDC?
Duncan son of Dougal in Glengyle, k by Campbells, April 1604 (335) but acc to
another account only Duncan Aberach and Gregor (or Duncan) his son were killed.
(336). Gregor son of Duncan Aberach, in Ardchyle, k April 1604 (335)
Duncan61 McD C. McG, brother to Malcolm50 Og and son to Gregor40 Dow, is
mentioned as in Stronachlachar, and is named along with him in the lists 1611-
1613.
Duncan82 Og,c 1650 son of John62 of Drumlich, the oldest Mrs Armstrong’s
grandfather, ie Duncan82 Murray of Drumlich, who m (2)Flora dau of John
Campbell or Duncanson. 16 children by his two wives, including: Gregor84,
Peter85, James 86, Margaret (Peggy) 87, Robert 88 b c1719.[Why was Duncan
OG; there does not seem to be another Duncan in his family?]
Elizabeth McG, died before 4 Mch 1788, dau of Gregor McG of Glengyle
Ewin McG, brother of John and Alastair, 2nd son of Gregor McNeil McG in
Kindrochit, 83 on list of 1586; (I.178); perhaps also in Ardchyle, 120 in list of
1589 (I.209)
Finlay Keir McDC in Culgart, 35 in list of 1586; perhaps son of Malcolm Og? (I.178)
Finlay1 McGillekeyr, son of Donald, brother of Duncan, represented his family in
bond of manrent with Colin of Glenurchy, 1547. (I:94)
Finlay2 McAne McIndlo (son of John McDC?), (junior to Finlay1), represented his
family in bond of manrent with Colin of Glenurchy, 1547.(I:94); Amelia
considered him CDC.
Gregor, shipmaster in Greenock, son of Gregor of Glengyle, father of John, Gregor
and Agnes.
Gregor 84 c 1680? son of Duncan 82 Og Murray of Drumlich, who seems to have
acquired one half of the town and lands of Easter Drumlich, from his brother
James86 by disposition dated December 1743, and disponed them in October 1744
to Robert Murray of Glencarnaig.
Gregor a Chroick, son of Gregor first of Glengyle, left two sons: Gregor who was
proprietor of Corarklet and other six farms around it and John of Drumlich. JMWS
also has sons Malcolm and Donald of whom no information, so perhaps misplaced.
Gregor and Duncan McPatrick McDC, 1590 (I:223)
Gregor Glun Dow of Glengyle, son of John of Glengyle, who called himself James
Graham. “The reason that Gregor glundow did not sign Gregor was being a
proprietor did not chose to call himself Gregor and called himself James.” He left
three sons John the oldest, Robert and Donald.
Gregor McDC, escheated 1569, 2nd on CDC list (I.148)
Gregor McDC McG in Kerletter (Glenfalloch), 33 in list of 1586, probably Gregor
Dow, though not said to be brother of Duncan in Drumlich (I.178)
Gregor McDuncan Orr (voir) ?CDC 1590 (I.223)
Gregor McG, the first of Glengyle, commonly called Gregor dow, who left two sons
Malcolm who headed his Tribe at Glenfruin and Gregor a Chrioch (Old Lady). (no
mention of Duncan, who may be a collateral, or Dougal)
Gregor McG and Agnes McG children of Gregor McG shipmaster in Greenock
Gregor McG wadsetter of Ardmackmuine, caut. in m.c. of John in Glengyle and
Christian Campbell, 1687
Gregor McG wadsetter of Portnellan, caut. in m.c. of John in Glengyle and Christian
Campbell, 1687; Gregor of Glenstrae who d 1693, b at Inchcailleach.
Gregor McJok or McG, 1546, at Craigrostan.
Gregor McMalcolm McDougal in Glengyle, 1581, accused of hunting in Glenferroch
(Glenfalloch?)(I.171). Gregor Dhu, Chief Dougal Kier family.
Gregor McPatrick, 1589, bro of Duncan, John and Patrick, 84 on list of 1589 (I.208)
Gregor McPatrick, 1590, McDC, (I.223), brother of Duncan
Gregor McPatrick, 1597, McDC, Kyleter Beg and Corarby, Glenfalloch (I:249)
Gregor McPatrick, 1606, took the name of Dougal, (348) [in Strathyre or
Balquhidder], 1 on list [probably very young: he became chief on death of his
father Iain Dubh nan Lann at Glenfruin.]
Gregor McPatrick, 1622, brother to Duncan, Patrick and John in Monchall, 1622.
Probably son of John McDC in Balquhidder under Lord Tullibardine?
Gregor McRobert McG in Comar, 23 in list of 1586 (I.177); 88 in list of 1589 (I.208)
Gregor McRobert or McG, 1546, in Corarklet (I: 89)
Gregor Roy McG in Kyllichrae, caut. in m.c. of John in Glengyle and Christian
Campbell, 1687
Gregor son of Gregor Glun Dubh, Mormon FGS no 3997; supposed to have married
Mallie dau of James Mor who d Feb 1768 with four children: Ann b at Caitnish
(Glenorchy register), 12 Oct 1760; Elspeth and Janet (twins) 1 Sep 1763; James
bapt 21 Feb 1766. Both died in Feb 1768. Marriage at Callander 28 Dec 1750
between Gregor Drummond and McG and Marjory Drummond
Gregor son of John McCoule cheir, 1612 (401)
Gregor110, son of John53 the first of Ardmacmuine, b c1667, was active from 1687
and died September 1721. He had sons John 111 and Duncan112. As “Gregor
McG wadsetter of Ardmakmuine”, he was one of the cautioners in the marriage
contract of John McG of Glengyle in 1687, his cousin. As Gregor McG or John
Murray in Ardmacmuine he appears as a witness or as bailie in various deeds from
2 March 1688 to 8 November 1708. On 20 July 1714 he signed the deed of
electing Balhaldies as Chief. On 25 January 1722 the Testament dative of the
deceased “John Murray alias McGreigor McEinoig” (McIan oig) who died in
September 1721 in Ardmacmuine was confirmed. The inventory was given up by
Duncan Murray in Drumlich his son (Duncan112) and executor dative qua creditor,
for the expenses of the sickbed and funeral. John Murray (John111) eldest son
claimed £5.7/- Scots for the cost of his coffin.
Gregor20 McG in Easter Rusgachan, Feb1673; bro of Malcolm15 in Craigruie, died
before 1683.
Gregor40 Dow, son of Malcolm31, grandson of Dougal30: had three sons Malcolm50
Og, Gregor a chrioch60 [also k a Gregor Dow], Duncan61.
Gregor40 Dow: 22 Sep 1580 one of the witnesses to the obligation to Colin Campbell
of Glenurchy and his son Duncan is Gregor McOlchallum VcCoule Cheir in
Glengyle, and on 4 May 1581 surety was to be taken of certain MacGregors, the
first named being Gregor McIlchallum McCuill in Glengyle. These entries
evidently relate to Gregor Dow and as his name does not occur among those who
were to be answerable “for the race and house of Clan Dowgall Keir” on 22 April
1601, while [that of] Malcolm50 McDowgall Keir his eldest son, occurs first, the
presumption is that Gregor40 was then dead, or aged. Malcolm50 Og (father of
Donald51) and the latter’s two brothers Gregor60 and Duncan61are designed sons
of Gregor40 Dow, 12 Sep 1655. {say 1530-1600; sons 1560-1630, about right for
Malcolm Og}. Said to have married Janet Buchanan of Carbeth with three sons:
Malcolm Og alias Stewart, m Christian MacDonald of Keppoch; Duncan beg;
Gregor a Chrioch, with sons John, Malcolm (Callum), Gregor and Donald.
Gregor55, perhaps son of Malcolm50, who m Margaret Monteith, and d Sept 1721,
with one son Duncan McG (Graham of Glengyle) and three daus Catherine; Janet;
Margaret or Marion m John (or Dougal) of Kerletter and Inverardoran with sons
Malcolm and John. (DW)
Gregor60, brother to Malcolm50 and son to Gregor40 Dow, is mentioned in the lists
as in Portnellan (Glengyle) and Balquhidder. On 10 Sep 1606 he appeared along
with his brother Malcolm50 before the Earl of Argyle and assumed the name
“Dowgall”. He also appears with his brothers Malcolm50 and Duncan61 in the
lists 1610-1613. With Malcolm50 his brother and his nine sons, Gregor60 and his
four sons John 62 of Drumlich, Malcolm63 (Callum), Gregor64 og of Corarklet,
and Donald65 were charged to subscribe a bond for the peace before 1 November
1649.
Gregor60, Gregor a Chrioch, second son of Gregor40 Dow, (acc. to D Gregory 1833,
though Duncan61 of whom nothing is given generally appears before him), brother
of Malcolm50 Og; a Chrioch Ledcriech. “Gregor Dow left two sons Malcolm50
who headed his tribe at the battle of Glenfroon, the other was Gregor60 a Chroick”
(who) left sons John 62 of Drumlich, Gregor64 og of Corarklet,(acc to the Old
Lady) also in 1649, Malcolm63 (Callum) and Donald65. [Malcolm63 has to be
Malcolm of Marchfield]
Gregor60, a chrioch: 10 Sep 1606 Gregor McG Dow [ie a Chrioch] brother of
Malcolm McG Dow [Malcolm Og? son of Gregor Dow] took the surname of
Dowgall. Gregor and his elder brother stealers of Colquhoun’s cattle, 1606 - 1610.
In Portnellan Glengyle and Balquhidder, at the battle of Glenfruin. 1 Nov 1649 he
and his four sons John62, Malcolm63, Gregor64 and Donald65 were charged to
subscribe a bond for the peace [perhaps another Gregor meantime]
Gregor60 McG Dow bro to Malcolm50 took the name Dougal 1606 (348), 5 on list
Gregor64, of Corarklet, 3rd? son to Gregor a Chrioch,”Gregor og”, v 1649, ancestor
of the family of Corarclet (Old Lady). Perhaps Gregor McG in Drumlich who had
from John Buchanan of that Ilk a wadset of Stronachlacher 19 Dec 1661 [What
became of the wadset? John WS]. Gregor64 McG had half Easter Corarklet 18 Jan
1670. Gregor McG in Corarklet and Anna Buchanan his sp acquired
Stronachlacher by wadset dated 5 Dec 1670. 25 Jul 1672, bailie in giving Sasine to
John McG portioner of Callichrae and his wife Isabella Graham of two wester
quarters of Corarklet. 1 Apr 1678 he had Corheichan on a wadset from John
Buchanan of that Ilk. In 1643? he subscribed to a bond to keep the peace, Gregor ?
60 in Portnellan being his cautioner [if date correct, his father Gregor60]. He was a
creditor of Malcolm McG in Craigruie in August 1683. 14 Mch 1690 he and his
wife disponed Corrieheichan to his son Alastair67 and conveyed to their eldest
lawful son John66 Stronachlachar and an annuity of £40 and half of Easter
Corarklet. According to DW, they had a third son Gregor68, father of Mary of
Comar and Dougal.
Henrietta120, dau of Alastair115 of Ardmacmuine and Elizabeth Drummond, born 31
December 1766, baptised 5 January 1767. On 28 December 1790 she married
James McG of Glengyle as his second wife and was the mother of his three sons, of
whom only the third survived infancy. The Ettrick Shepherd, James Hogg, met her
in 1791 and describes her as “an active social woman. In 1803 she was living in
Callander for the education of her son(Wordsworth, D; p313). She survived her
husband and in 1843 was living at Brig o Turk.
Hugh, v approx 1810, 2nd son of John in Lechscrivan, a schoolmaster. 184/113/374:
Donald McG, Broomfields, Balquhidder, 27 July 1884.
Isobel: dau of Dougal52 (Dugald), a son of Malcolm50, lived at Invernenty in
Balquhidder, contemporary with Rob Roy. Dougal d Nov 1669 leaving three
daughters: Anna, Isobell and Marie.
James, son of Gregor McG of Glengyle, with daus Jean, Mary, Katherine and Francis.
James23, son of Malcolm21, on 17 Oct 1747 had a tack of Easter Craigneich dated 11
May 1745 for 19 years and for part of Glenlichern (Glenlidurn?) for 35 years. 21
May 1760, James23, Lewis24 and Mary25 assigned bond by Robert Murray of
Glencarnaig to their father (22 April 1745) for 7000 merks to Earl of Moray.
James70: son of John66 of Corarklet.
James86 c 1690? son of Duncan82 Og Murray of Drumlich, appears to have been in
the Athole Factory office as early as 11 February 1706 (Perthshire Reg of Sasines
XV, fol 195). James86 Murray signed to the Duke of Athole on 7 May 1716 “for
Drumlich”. Factor or ground officer on the Tullibardine Estates. The Duke of
Athole on 28 Oct 1732 feued to him then “in Blairingone” lands of Easter
Drumlich. On 9 Dec 1743 he disponed with his eldest son John90’s consent, one
half of these lands to his brother Gregor84, and the other half to Malcolm Murray
of Inverlochlarigbeg.
Janet, dau of Malcolm Og and Christian MacDonald, c 1630.
Jean, Mary, Katherine and Francis, daus of James son of Gregor of Glengyle.
Jean grand niece of Elizabeth, dau of Gregor McG of Glengyle, eldest dr of James
McG of G her nephew.
John, son of Robert McCoul in Strathyre? 1610 (360)
John, oldest son of Gregor of Glengyle.
John [??1780] McG in Leichscriechan (Balquhidder) had a family of whom are the
following:
John Bain McCallum, at Corarklet 1546, (I: 89), perhaps fa of Dougal there, at riot at
Dumbarton July 1545
John Dow in Balquhidder had Glenbeich and Meikle Stronvar, 1598 (I:251)
John Dow Malcolmson, tenant of Alexander Earl of Menteith, in the Trossachs
(Ledard, Dow of Lochcon, Franach etc), 1499; probably son of John Dow.
John Dow McDuncan McG, 1586, 16 in list (I.177). Amelia says: brother of Alastair
McDuncan; ?CDC.
John Dow McG in Callander, 1590 (I.223);
John Dow McG of Balquhidder, killed 1612 (398) by Drummond McGs, including
John Drummond of Drummonearnoch, under the Earl of Perth, who were
subsequently pardoned.
John Dow McGillepatrick VcRobert, perhaps CDC? 1612 (401)
John Dow McMalcolm Orr McG, 18 in list of 1586 (I.177); ?CDC.
John Dow McRobert, brother of Malcolm Dow and Robert, also in Comar, 27 on list
of 1586 (I.177)
John Dow McWilliam McMalcolm McG, 37 in listof 1586; ? CDC (I.178)
John married as his first wife ..... by whom he had Ronald and possibly others; as his
second wife .... Robertson, by whom he had John who died in 1848; Duncan,
shepherd about Rannoch, who married ...; Colin married Margaret McNie from
about Thornhill who died in 1864. Colin was the father of Peter who died young;
John who died about Edinburgh; Christina who married a plumber in Edinburgh
and died there; Jessie married ... Smith; Joan, Jeanie and Agnes. Colin died at
Auchtoo in 1865 aged 54. Also children of John by his 2nd wife: Minnie, Janet,
Jean (184/84?)
John McDC, Malcolm McDC, Duncan McPatrick McDC, John McIan McG, Gregor
McNeil and John Galt McG; all tenants of Tullibardine ?in Balquhidder 1599;
(I:253)
John McDC, Brae of Balquhidder, 1604 (326); accused of crime 46 years before; so
at least 66 in 1604, so bc1540. Amelia says brother of Malcolm McCoull, so
another brother of Gregor Dow.(p327)
John McDC, younger brother of Gregor, escheated 1569, 3rd on list (I.148)
John McDC 1601 (I:272).
John McDC in Drumlich, brother to Duncan in Drumlich, 31 in list of 1586. (I.178)
John McDC in Monachyle, 1622, bro to Duncan and Gregor, perhaps son of John
McD C in Balquhidder under Lord T?
John McDougalowir... Dougal 1606 (348), 9 on list.
John McG entered in Comar under James Earl of Glencairn, 1598 (I:250)
John McG in Glengyll and Cristane Campbell relict of Patrick Campbell in
Corricharmick m.c. 1687. Is this on II.259?
John McG in Glengyll and Cristane Campbell relict of Patrick Campbell in
Corricharmick m.c. 1687. acc to II.259 a second marriage for both. Gregor McG
wadsetter of Ardmackmuine, Gregor Roy McG in Kyllichrae, Malcolm McG in
Invernentie, and Gregor McG wadsetter of Portnellan, were cautioners and Donald
ld McG in Glenselch [Glenfalloch?], and Patrick McG in Drumlich were witnesses.
Acc to II.259, they had two sons Gregor and Donald, Gregor Glun Dubh and
Donald of Monachyle Tuarach said to have dsp but?
John McG McDC, 85 on list of 1589 (I.208)
John McG son of Gregor McNeil McG in Kindrochit (Killin), in Ardchyle?, 82 on list
of 1586; brother of Ewin and Alastair (I.178)
John McKirrist? McConachie son of Alastair? son of Duncan son of Patrick
(Patrick33?) in Strathyre 1605 (346)
John McMalcolm in Innernenty, 1590 (I:223), to flit 1592 (I:235)
John McMalcolm Orr McG in Callichra, 19 in list of 1586 (I.177); ?CDC.
John McPatrick, bro of Duncan and Patrick and Gregor, 82 on list of 1589 (I.208)
John McPatrick Nadidin? McG McDC, killed 1612 by Drummond McGs (398)
John McRobert McG in Ruchois, 22 in list of 1586 (I.177); 87 on list of 1589 (I.208)
John McWilliam McG ... Dougal 1606 (348), 13 on list.
John McYnkeir, 1555, McIntyre? perhaps McDC, pledged by William of Tullibardine
(I:128)
John Murray, 1715, Monachyle (Keppoch’s Regt; CAT)
John Murray in Ardmackmuine: At a Barony Court held at Callander on 24 Oct 1747,
John Stewart in Strongalvalty appeared for John Murray tenant in Ardmackmuine
who was indisposed himself and not able to come, and produced a tack dated 2 Dec
1732 between James Drummond of Perth and said John Murray of the two and a
half merklands of Ardmackmuine for 19 years from Whitsunday 1731 and declared
he possessed no other lands. In a Rental of the Estate of Perth 1748/49, John
Murray is entered as tenant of a two and a half merkland of Ardnamackmoyan and
the rent as £101. He was dead before 2 July 1752. On 27 November in that year,
the Inventory of his estate was given up by his son Alastair115 Murray in
Ardmacmuine. His effects were sold by public roup. He seems to have had two
illegitimate sons: Donald117 born 11 January baptised 22 March 1732 and
Dougal118 born 12 baptised 23 June 1735.
John of Drumlich left two sons, Duncan Og “who was the oldest Mrs Armstrong’s
grandfather” and Malcolm.
John of Glengyle, son of Donald of Glengyle, left two sons Gregor glundow and
Donald who was proprietor of Monachaltuarach.
John of Invernenty, son of Malcolm Og of Glengyle and brother of Lt Col Donald,
from whom is family of Ardmacmuine.
John Orr 1547, represented his family in bond of manrent with Colin of Glenurchy in
1547. (first Orr?)(I:94)
John Roy McG and Agnes ...: son Dougall 6 Jun 1798, Balquhidder (OPR).
John son of Gregor McNeil McG, Ardchyle, and brother of Ewin and Alastair 119 on
list of 1589 (I.209)
John son of James son of Gregor of Glengyle
John v approx 1780 in Leichscriechan (Balquhidder) had a family: Peter, Hugh,
another son, one dau m Stewart, Runacraig, a dau m Duncan Robertson, Balifuil.
184/113/374: Donald McG, Broomfields, Balquhidder, 27 July 1884.
John111, Murray was the eldest son of Gregor McG or John Murray in
Ardmacmuine. He m Janet McG and they had John113 (b 15 Aug, bapt 7 Sep
1717 who probably died young); Mary114 b 11 Mch, bapt 16 Mch 1720;
Alastair115 (see below) and Ann116 born 21 baptised 24 November 1724.
John119, son of Alastair115 of Ardmacmuine and Elizabeth Drummond, born and
baptised 24 October 1764. He was in America for some years and returned in 1803
(see extract from Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland A.D.1803, by Dorothy
Wordsworth, ed J C Shairp, pp 79, 80, 313). He was then supported by his sister.
Whether he returned to America after 1803 or not I am not aware. He was a “wild
sort of genius”.
John53, a son of Malcolm50: JMWS’s Old Lady said “Malcolm left two sons Lt Col
Donald and John who was proprietor of Invernenty ... The Ardmackmuine family
is from this John of Invernenty - Colonel Donald’s brother.” This is supported by
another old paper with some verses in Gaelic said to have been made for Rob Roy
when an infant: “The first man of my forefathers that came to Ardmackmine was
John McG the son of Malcolm McG of Glengyle, Rob Roy’s uncle and his son was
Gregor.” (Gregor110)
John62, of Drumlich, c1620, 1st? son of Gregor60 a Chrioch, with two sons
Duncan82 Og and Malcolm83, but the list of 1586 (I.178) has in Drumlich,
Duncan, son of Malcolm the second Chieftain of their House, ie Malcolm31, and
Duncan’s brother John, also in Drumlich. This would explain Duncan82 Og as
possibly the grandson or grandnephew of Duncan82. Alive 1649.
John66, eldest son of Gregor60, m Catherine Graham, sister to Walter G of Drunkie.
Had Stronachlachar and half of Easter Corarklet and a reserved occupation of
Corheichan in 1690 from his father. 20 Jan 1693 Donald and Dougal McGs
disponed one-third of the wadset of 3000 merks which they held over the wester
half of Corarklet to John McG and Catherine Graham his spouse in liferent and
Dougal McG their eldest son in fee. 17 May 1693: John66 Graham in Corarklet
“lately surnamed McG” had a disposition from Isobell Graham relict of John McG
in Brachern [Brackley?] then spouse to Maleis Graham in Dunaverig of 1500
merks, her part of the wadset laid on by said John McG on the lands of Wester
Corarklet. [JMWS: discharges his liferent of Corheichan?] 10 and 19 February
1698: John66 acquired a feu of the lands of Pollochroe from Archibald Graham or
McG of Kilmannan. 13 Jan 1699: acted as a witness to a Bond. cJuly 1699: Rob
Roy and John66 got a decree against Colin McLauchlan for stolen cattle. John66
died Jan 1706 survived by his widow Catherine Graham, sister german to Walter
Graham of Drunkie. Sons David69, James70.
John90, eldest son of James86 c1680 of Easter Drumlich, who consented to two
dispositions of James86, 9 Dec 1743.
John93, grandson of Malcolm83, left a widow at Strongarvatry, Loch Katrine side, in
1814 aged about 90, so bc 1724; son John94.
John94, son of John93, Captain in the Clanalpine Fencibles. (JMWS: later in Arran?
Had he a sister m to Alastair Stewart at Strongarvald, later Over Shannochill?) See
John Stewart in Strongarvald below under John111 of Ardmacmuine.
Lewis24, 2nd? son of Malcolm21 of Craigruie (d 1745) and Mary Kennedy.
Malcolm, son of Robert McCoul in Strathyre? 1610 (360)
Malcolm, c1529, in Corarklet, hypothetical father of John Bain there in1546 (I: 89)
Malcolm 100 McG in Invercarnaig, 1600, his son Donald101 d before 1685.
Malcolm brother of Neil, represented his family in bond of manrent with Colin of
Glenurchy. 1547.(I:94)
Malcolm Dow McRobert, brother (sic) of Malcolm Moir inKnockheilt, 25 in list of
1586 (I.177) but perhaps = 24 in list of 1586
Malcolm father of Dougal Ciar: from Malcolm Og VcMalcolm Og Vc Dougal Ciar.
Malcolm MakGregour, tenant of Alastair Earl of Menteith, in the Trossachs (Ledard,
Dow of Lochcon, Franach etc), 1499; probably father of John Dow.
Malcolm McCoull Cheirich, BBT, 1604: perhaps uncle to Malcolm Og.
Malcolm McDC, a pledge, 1601 (I:269); Malcolm15 of Craigruie?
Malcolm McDC, Callum Glas, John Smith in Blairvoir, 1598 (I:251)
Malcolm McDC, 1559, a witness to a McLaren bond in Balquhidder (I:129)
Malcolm McDC in Balquhidder, 79 on list of 1589 (I.208)
Malcolm McDC in Balquhidder + 1604 acc to BBT (328)
Malcolm McDC in Glengyle; 1590 (I:223)
Malcolm McDC in Innerlochlarig, 1599 (I:237)
Malcolm McDC in Inverlochlarig, +1604 (326)
Malcolm McDC in Inverlochlarig (Amelia: ancestor of Inverardoran), 29 on list of
1586 (I.178) +1604
Malcolm McDC McG, tenant of Earl of Menteith, outlawed for theft, 1533 (I: 88),
brother of Duncan and Patrick; said to be “first distinct notice of this tribe”
Malcolm McDC McG, 1559, in Balquhidder, rendered calp to Colin Campell (I:130)
Malcolm McDC McG with brothers Duncan and Patrick, 1593: ie. Malcolm31,
Duncan32, Patrick33 but can hardly be sons of a Dougal fl1500.
Malcolm McDC senior, father of Malcolm escheated 1569 (I.148)
Malcolm McDC younger, escheated 1569, 1st of CDC list. (I.148)
Malcolm McG, tenant of Earldom of Lennox, to move, 1527. (Amelia, I: 86)
Malcolm McG entered in Glengyle under George Buchanan, 1598 (I:250)
Malcolm McG in Invernentie, caut. in m.c. of John in Glengyle and Christian
Campbell, 1687
Malcolm McG of Coull, 1611 (367), a leader or ringleader; Amelia interprets this
(p369) as Malcolm McG VcCoule, ie Malcolm50 in Glengyle.
Malcolm Moir (More or Orr) McRobert in Knockheilt, 24 in list of 1586 (I.177)
Malcolm og McG McDC 1601 (I:272): Malcolm50 of Glengyle?
Malcolm Oig VcOlchallum Oig VcCoulcheir also: ie young Malcolm son of young
Malcolm grandson of Dougal Ciar) in Balquhidder: brother of Gregor Dow, son of
Malcolm31?
Malcolm son of John of Drumlich, John McG’s grandfather and this John was this old
Mrs McG’s husband.
Malcolm100 in Invercarnaig, father of Donald101, close relative of Malcolm of
Craigruie.
Malcolm15 of Craigruie c 1610-1675, is probably the third son of a Malcolm Og,
suspected brother to Gregor Dow, both sons of Malcolm Og son of Dougal Ciar.
The 1500s generations require expansion; the 1600s seem correct. His older
brothers (both at Glen Fruin) were Patrick and Gregor. Malcolm15 m Christian16
McG, children Malcolm17, John18, Janet19: 4 May 1636, Callum Og in
Balquhidder resets Gilderoy; 28 Aug 1649, Callum Og McCoull in Craigruie
denounced rebel; Malcolm McG in Craiguie, Mch 1659, Craigruie, caut for
Donald51 McG in Glengyle and intromits with estate of Duncan McG or Murray in
Innercharnaig. He was caut. in 1673 for the executrix of Gregor20 McG in
Rusgachan, “perhaps his brother of that name”. “Calame McG, Craigrui,
Fencibleman, 1667 [HCG I.156]” may be Malcolm15 or Malcolm17. d Aug 1675 -
tdc of “Malcolm Og McG” (15) in Craigruie given by Christian McG, his relict.
He left Inverlochlarich Wester to his oldest son Malcolm17, and a merk of
Craigruie to his widow and her children, to revert to his younger son John18. Asks
Lt Col Donald, John Glas in Drumlich, Patrick in Carnlie and Duncan in Ardrostan
to help them, which suggests his sons were quite young when he died. His test.
also mentions his dau Janet in Rusgachan Wester.
Malcolm17 of Craigruie, elder son of Malcolm15 of Craigruie who d 1675; perhaps
born as late as 1660?, v 1741, wife Catherine McG d 1683, children Malcolm21
and Donald22, who seems to have died before 1733) (JMWS, probably referring to
Duncan McPharie, also says his sons were stated to be Donald and John, who
served in the Scots Greys and lived in Jedburgh, but this seems to be an error).
Malcolm17 may be confused in the latter part of this list with his son Malcolm21
(who d 1745, with wife Mary Kennedy, and children James 23, Lewis 24 and Mary
25). Aug 1683: Macolm McG in Craigruie gave up the Inventory of goods held
with his late wife Cathrine26 McG who died in August 1683, on behalf of Malcolm
and Donald their bairns. The estate was worth £235.10/- Scots. Debts included
£40 to the heirs of the late Malcolm McG in Craigruie, evidently his father, and to
Gregor in Rusgachan, Gregor in Corarklet and Donald101 in Invercarnaig. Nearest
of kin to Donald101 son to late Malcolm100 McG in Innercharnaig, who died Nov
1685. 28 Nov 1707: Witness to mc of Gregor of Glengyle and Mary Hamilton. 8
Nov 1708: A witness. 7 Feb 1710: Wester Inverlochlarig and half Craigruie feued
to him. From about 1720 there may be a rather unimportant confusion between
him and his son Malcolm21. JMWS says Malcolm “probably survived and
possessed half of Craigruie in 1719”; Feb 1720: seems to have kept a public house
at Inverlochlarig; on 1 Apr 1729 was cautioner for sale of half of Craigruie,
possessed or tenanted by Dougal Murray and subtenants to Robert Murray of
Glencarnaig. On 5 December 1733 he was living in Middle Auchtow when he
disponed the three and a half merkland of Wester Invernenty (sic but JMWS
wonders if this is perhaps for Inverlochlarig) to his only son Malcolm21. On 12
May 1741 Malcolm 17 was certainly still alive, when he acted as attorney for Mary
Kennedy his daughter in law in receiving sasine of an annuity furth of the lands of
Wester Inverlochlarig and disponed Inverlochlarig to his only son Malcolm . This
is possible if he was only 15 or so when his father died. On 21 Sep1741 he or his
son had a tack of Craigneich.
Malcolm21 only surviving son of Malcolm17, m Mary Kennedy27 and had James 23,
Lewis24, Mary25. With consent of Mary Kennedy 27 his spouse 16& 19 Oct 1744
disponed to Robert Murray of Glencairnaig. 9 Dec 1743: James86 and John90
Murray disponed half of Easter Drumlich to Malcolm17 or 21 of Craigruie. 16 Oct
1744, disponed Easter Drumlich to Robert Murray. Malcolm his only son on 21st
September 1741 had a tack from James Drummond of Perth of the room of
Craigneich in the parish of Muthill for 19 years. He also occupied Glenlichurn.
On 9 December 1743 he purchased for £2056.10/6 Scots the half of the three and a
half merklanc of Easter Drumlich from James Murray and his eldest son John. On
16 October 1744 he sold this half of Easter Drumlich and also the lands of Wester
Innerlochlarig to Robert Murray of Glencarnaig. Malcolm21 was mortally
wounded at the battle of Prestonpans on 21 Sep 1745, having both legs broken and
two balls through his body. At this battle he led a company of MacGregors from
the Perth estates which formed part of the Drummond corps. He died soon after
the battle. He had married prior to 12 May 1741 Mary, daughter of Thomas
Kennedy gardener at Drummond Castle by his wife Amelia Greig, and left two
sons, James and Lewis and a daughter Mary. On 27 Oct 1747 his relict Mary
Kennedy appeared at a Barony Court and produced tack of Craigneich.
Malcolm31, “son of Dougal Ciar”, according to list of 1586, Chief of his House and
father of Malcolm Og (uncle of Malcolm Og of Glengyle father of Donald Glas),
Duncan, John, Dougal and Gregor40 Dow. cf Malcolm McCoule-Keir McGregour
who with his brothers Duncan32 and Patrick33 were, with divers other rebels of the
Clan Gregor, denounced rebels on 15 November 1533 (Pitcairn’s Criminal Trials,
I.i.164 x].
Malcolm50, [condensed note]: Malcolm og McG VcDougal Ciar, presumably Og on
account of his grandfather Malcolm31 McDC. Said to have married Christian
daughter of Coll MacDonald of Keppoch [but is Duncan Aberach (I:168)] with
nine sons in 1649: Donald51, Dougal52, John53 and Malcolm54, perhaps
Gregor55 who m Margaret Monteith, and d Sept 1721, with one son Duncan McG
(Graham of Glengyle) and three daus Catherine; Janet; Margaret or Marion m John
(or Dougal) of Kerletter and Inverardoran with sons Malcolm and John) also
perhaps Robert56 father of Duncan, and Finlay57, and 2 other sons (58-59)
(perhaps Neil?); headed his tribe at Glenfruin; alive 15 Nov 1633. Bro to Gregor60
a Chrioch; took the name of Dougal, 1606 (348), 3 on list (or is this Malcolm his
uncle?). In Glengyle before 23 May 1598. Father of Donald Glas and grandfather
of John, Duncan and Robert (Roy) but easily confused with his uncle Malcolm,
brother of Gregor Dow, who is also known as Malcolm Og to distinguish him from
his father Malcolm31. Malcolm of Glengyle was “MacGregor”. In raid on
Glenmaheirne in Dec 1602 was Malcolm McG son to Gregor Dow in Glengyle,
under the Laird of Buchanan. On 10 September 1606 Malcolm (Callum)
McGregour Dow appeared before the Earl of Argyle at Doune and took the name
of Dowgall. Argyle was cautioner for him (Colquhoun Muniments xcvi;160).
Malcolm and his brothers Duncan and Gregor on many lists: Callum McGregour
VcCoulchear in Glengyill; in the second rank, Gregoure McGregour VcCoulcheir
brother to the said Callum; in the third rank Duncan Oig McGregour brother to the
said Callum (ibid:41). 11 March 1613, are Malcolm McG Dow in Glenfinglass,
Earl Murray cautioner; Gregor McG Dow in Balquhidder his cautioner (deceased)
My Lord Santcolme and now his air; Duncan McG Dow brother to Malcolm McG
Dow, no cautioner(ibid:32). On 6 Dec 1621 Callum McG McCoulecheir, Duncan
his brother, McGillichallum McCoulcheir son to the said Callum and three other
MacGregors denounced - Malcolm50 in Glengyle and his brother Duncan61 (RPC.
XII: 613), with a son Malcolm who may be added to the list among Malcolm Og’s
nine sons as Malcolm54. On 28 August 1649, Parliament cited such persons as
were upon the late engagement against England, to find surety to keep the peace
and ordered all rebellious lawless and malignant persons to appear before the
Committee of Parliament, among others, Callum McG VcCoull in Glengyle under
the Laird of Buchanan, his nine sons there, and Gregor McG brother to Callum
McG under the Laird of Buchanan, likewise in Glengyle and his four sons John62,
Callum63, Gregor64 and Donald65 McGs, ie, sons of Gregor. (RCE. Jan-Nov
1649 fol131b -133).
Malcolm63, 2nd?son to Gregor60 a Chrioch v 1649; is this Malcolm of Marchfield?
Malcolm83, second son of John62, bro to Duncan82, left a grandson John93
Malcom of Glengyle, son of Gregor first of Glengyle, who headed his Tribe at the
Battle of Glenfroon, brother of Gregor a Chroick and father of Lt Col Donald and
John of Invernenty.
Margaret or Marion, dau of Malcolm Og and Christian MacDonald, c 1630 m John
(or Dugald?) of Kerletter and Inverardoran with sons Malcolm and John.
Margaret87 (Peggy), dau of Duncan82 Og of Drumlich
Marie, Mary: dau of Dougal52 (Dugald), a son of Malcolm50, lived at Invernenty in
Balquhidder, contemporary with Rob Roy. Dougal d Nov 1669.
Mary114 b 11 Mch, bapt 16 Mch 1720, dau of John111 Murray, eldest son of Gregor
McG or John Murray in Ardmacmuine and Janet McG.
Mary25, dau of Malcolm21 of Craigruie (d 1745) and Mary Kennedy.
Neil McDC, bro of Malcolm, represented his family in bond of manrent with Colin of
Glenurchy in 1547.(I:94)
Neill McG and Neill McGillechallum, Clachanbretane, Glenfalloch, 1597 (I:249)
Patrick, son of Robert McCoul in Strathyre? 1610 (360)
Patrick, Alastair and Duncan Livingston, sons of late Patrick Aldoch, 1612 (400)
Patrick, tenant of Earldom of Lennox, to move; Sep 1527 (Amelia, I: 86)
Patrick Cowle ?McDC McG in Strathyre 1605 (346)
Patrick McDC in Strathyre, “another bro of Duncan in Drumlich”, 34 in list of 1586.
(I.178)
Patrick McDC McG, tenant of Earl of Menteith, brother of Malcolm and Duncan,
outlawed for theft 1533(I:88); named in list of outlaws, 1535
Patrick McG in Callander [Brackley?], 139 in list of 1589 (I.209)
Patrick McG in Drumlich, witness to m.c. of John in Glengyle and Christian
Campbell, 1687
Patrick McG McCoulchaire in Innerlochray (Innerlochlarig), Gregor and Malcolm
sons to the late Malcom Og “McCouchair.”c1611: Malcolm15 of Craigruie? with
brother Gregor20 in Rusgachan? This appears to be a third Malcolm Og, son of
Malcolm31 and Note from JMWS: “Patrick is probably identical with Patrick
McCoullcheir in Innerlochy (Innerlochlarig) son to old Malcolm McUlcheir in May
1611 (C.M. 33) and with Patrick McOlchallum oig McCoulchaire in Balfuidder
for whom Argyle was cautioner on 11 March 1613 (CM 32) and he and his
brothers are no doubt the three ‘Patrik McIlchallum Oig Gregor his brother and
Callum his brother’ who are mentioned as members of McGregor’s gang, the two
former of whom had been at Glenfruin (CM 45). Patrick and his brother Gregor
seem to disappear or cannot be identified unless Patrick is the Patrick
McIllchallume in Drumlich who died in September 1675 and Gregor the Gregor
McGregor who died in Ruskine in 1673”, but Malcolm continued the line at
Craigruie. Patrick d1675 and Gregor d1673 are perhaps a later generation of the
same family.
Patrick McPatrick, bro of Duncan, John and Gregor, 83 on list of 1589 (I.208)
Patrick Murray, 1715, Easter Drumlich (Keppoch’s Regt; CAT)
Peter McG [c1740], who had a son [in Glencarnaig]
Peter son of Colin son of John of Cuilt, Balquhidder, receives a grant. p235: Minute
of 7 Nov 1850: CGS Minute Book Vol 2. “Died young”.
Peter v approx 1810, 1st son of John in Lechscrivan, m ... ; his son Peter is settled in
Coupar, Fife. He is connected with the Council Buildings. 184/113/374: Donald
McG, Broomfields, Balquhidder, 27 July 1884.
Peter85 c 1685? son of Duncan82 Og Murray of Drumlich, who went to the East
Indies.
Polly121, dau of Alastair115 of Ardmacmuine and Elizabeth Drummond, born 18
baptised 23 November 1774.
Robert, 1741, sixth generation at Middle Auchtubh; his fa b 1701, d1778. (I:215)
Robert, 2nd? son of Gregor of Glengyle.
Robert Macpharaig [c1710], had son: see Notes.doc.
Robert McCoul under Buchanan, prob in Strathyre, begins to appear 1610 (360) Is
this possibly another son of Malcolm Og, or too early? in which case a relative;
name-father of Rob Roy. Appears to be younger brother of a Dougal.
Robert McG, brother of Dougal Cheir McG? 1611 (367); repeated p369
Robert McPatrick Og in Strathyre, killed 1612 by Alaster and Duncan Livingston,
sons of late Patrick Aldoch McG in Corriechrombie for which they got a remission
for the burning of Barnehall (Aberuchill) (some element of blood feud?) (400)
Robert McRobert, brother of Malcolm Dow McRobert, in Comar, 26 in list of 1586
(I.177)
Robert Roy McG, servant to Duncan McDC in Corarklet, 1546(I:89)
Robert Stewart m Helen McG, lands not spec; d before 1598 (I:250)
Robert88, b c 1719, youngest son of Duncan Murray of Drumlich, left Scotland
1745/6, returned from the West Indies and settled in Cornwall, m a Miss Herring [a
Red Herring?] and d c 1794 aged 75; one dau afterwards Mrs Armstrong. {this
must be confirmed}
William McMalcolm Orr McG in Letterling, 20 in list of 1586 (I.177); perhaps not
CDC
William Orr McG, 1555, perhaps McDC, pledged by William of Tullibardine (I:128)
William Orr McG, ?CDCm 1590 (I.223)
William son of John son of Neil, ?CDC 1590 (I.223)
Gregor Ciar, bc 1740, his family came from Inverardoran in Strathfillan and were in
Strone in Balquhidder, and thereafter in Auchtubh. He had four sons: Gregor m
with issue, Malcolm, Donald, Duncan. (184/113/367)
Gregor, bc 1770, 1st son of Gregor Ciar, died in 1832 having married ... McAlpine by
whom he had seven sons: John, Dougal, Peter, Gregor, Robert at one time in
Airdrie, James went to Australia 30 or 40 years ago, Donald who had a son living
in Stirling. Dougal, Peter, Gregor and James went to Australia about 1850-1860.
(184/113/367)
Malcolm, 2nd son of Gregor Ciar, bc 1770, died in Auchtubh.(184/113/367)
Donald, 3rd son of Gregor Ciar, bc 1770, died in Auchtubh in 1865.(184/113/367)
Duncan, 4th son of Gregor Ciar, bc 1770, died in Auchtubh in 1872.(184/113/367)
Malcolm McG Dow in Glengyle, 1st in CDC in list of 1612, brothers Duncan and
Gregor also listed.
Duncan McG Dow McG in Stronachlachar brother of Malcolm and Gregor, 2nd in
CDC in list of 1612.
Gregor McG Dow McG in Portnellane, brother of Malcolm and Duncan, 3rd in CDC
in list of 1612