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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 10 - Clandoulkeir

return to 3 - Descendants of Eoin dubh
Raibart
possible? b.~1390
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Dubhgall ciar
b.~1430 mentioned in GD112/3/9 in 1488 [0]
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Donnchadh [2]
b.~1475
manrent 1547
Glengyle
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Maol coluim [1]
b.~1510 d.before 1586
manrent 1547


Clann dulcheire in Glengyle
Padraig
b.~1511



Patrick in Innerlochlarig
Donnchadh
b.~1512



Niall [5]
b.~1515
manrent 1547


Eoin odhar
b.~1518
manrent 1547


Domnnall
b.~1520



Domhnall [3]
b.~1478
Donald McGillekeyr - bond of manrent 1547

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Fionnlaigh
b.~1510
list 1547



Donnchadh
b.~1510
list 1547



Eoghan
b.~1483




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Domhnall
b.~1511
Donald McHewan VcIllekeyr manrent 1547




Malcolm beag
b ~1432 list 1488

[0] 1488 list: John Donaldson; Gregor Patrickson; Alexander Patrickson; Malcolm Duncanson; Dougal ker, Malcolm beg MakRobert;

[1] 1533. Nov. 15th. Quo die Malcolmus McCoule Kere McGregour, Duncanus McGregour et Petricius McGregour fratres for theft ‘Cum diver sis rebellibus Domini Regis de la ClanGregor in October last from Alexander Earl of Menteith and fugitate Malcolm McCulchere was put to the horn with Duncan and Patrick.
He appears to have married Findlay glas McEantyre as on Feb 15 1589, In a decree of horning "Tullibardin against his tenants," mention is made amongst these of "Findlay glas McEantyre, Relict of umquhile Malcum McCoulcheir,~ a presumption that her husband had been tenant of Sir John Murray of Tullibardine at the farm of Carnlea, of which Malcolm's widow is stated to be possessor.

[2] 1546. August 14. Gift of Escheat to Archibald Earl of Argyle, of all goods &a which pertained to Walter MacFarlane of Ardlesc Andro McFarlane his son and heir &a John Bain McAllane in Carronclaid, Dougall McGregour son there, Duncan McCowleken (Dougalkeir) McGregor Robert Roy McGregour his man George McJok alias McGregour in Cragcrostan and many others at the horn for being ‘art and part in the tressonable cuming to the townend of Dumbertane in the month of July bypast and crewall slauchter of fifty personis, servantis to mylord Governour and Lordis, being with him in cumpany and for the reiffing steling and thiftuous awaytaking of four scoir 80 of hors at the samyn tyme apertening to my Lord Governour and Lordis foresaidis. and for sorning, reiff and oppressioun done be thame upoun the inhabitants of the Levenax and utheris pairtis thairabout and for thair tressonable being in company with the auld inymies of Ingland (?) in burning of divers pairties of Hir Graces realm and specialie of the town of Dunune, or be quhatsumevir manner of way sall happin or may pertene to hiv Hienes, with power &a

[3] Amelia Vol 2, p252 ".... mentioned in a Band of Manrent with John Campbell of Glenurquhay at the Castle of Glenurquhay, June 2, 1547, in "Black Book of Taymouth"
Donald McGillekeyr
Finla McGillekeyr his son
Duncan broder of Finla
Neill McCoull VcIllekeyr and
Malcum his broder
Fynla McAne Vcindlo
Donald McHewan VcIllekeyr
Jhon oyr McCoull VcIllekeyr.

[4] Amelia vol 2, p250: - in 1546 there is mention of Duncan McCoulcherry, "son of Dougald McGregor in Corroclaid, who with a party the previous July had killed fifty of the Governor's servants at Dumbarton.
1546. August 14. Gift of Escheat to Archibald Earl of Argyle, of all goods &a which pertained to Walter MacFarlane of Ardlesc Andro McFarlane his son and heir &a John Bain McAllane in Carronclaid, Dougall McGregour son there, Duncan McCowleken (Dougalkeir) McGregor Robert Roy McGregour his man George McJok alias McGregour in Cragcrostan and many others at the horn for being ‘art and part in the tressonable cuming to the townend of Dumbertane in the month of July bypast and crewall slauchter of fifty personis, servantis to mylord Governour and Lordis, being with him in cumpany and for the reiffing steling and thiftuous awaytaking of four scoir 80 of hors at the samyn tyme apertening to my Lord Governour and Lordis foresaidis. and for sorning, reiff and oppressioun done be thame upoun the inhabitants of the Levenax and utheris pairtis thairabout and for thair tressonable being in company with the auld inymies of Ingland (?) in burning of divers pairties of Hir Graces realm and specialie of the town of Dunune, or be quhatsumevir manner of way sall happin or may pertene to hiv Hienes, with power &a

[5] Among those listed in manrent to Glenorchy in 1547 are Neill McCoull VcIllekeyr and Malcum his broder

 
 
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