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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 13 - Descendants of Alasdair ruadh

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Alasdair ruadh
b.~1523 to d.1547
8th chief

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Eoin ruadh
b.~1543 to d.1550
9th chief

[3]

 

Griogair ruadh [1]
b.~1544 to d.1570
10th chief

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Alasdair ruadh [9]
b.~1567 exec.1604
11th chief


Eoin dubh [10]
b.~1569 d.1603
Descendants of Eoin dubh nan lurach
Eoghan [2] [4]
b.~1545 to ~1589
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Descendants of Ewin the tutor
Alasdair galt [5]
b.~1546 listed 1613
Culquhirrilan
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Descendants of Alasdair Galt

Donnchadh ghlinne [7]
b.~1547 exec.1604
Phanean
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Descendants of Duncan Glen


Padraig odhar [8]
b.~1548 died 1599
Cadderlie
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Descendants of Padraig Odhar

Alasdair pudrach (natural) [6]
b.~1545 died 1598
Balquhidder
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Descendants of Alasdair pudrach

[1] BBT death: 1570-04-07 Gregor McGregor of Glenstra heddit at Balloch by Grey Colin

[2] 22 Sep 1580 - Bond of caution by Neil McEan Vallich in Ardewinch and Gregor McNeill VcEan Vallich, his son, in Tullochannane, to Colin Campbell of Glenurquhay and Duncan Campbell, fiar thereof, his son, for Ewin McGregour, tutor of Glensthray, Duncan and Patrick McGregours, his brothers german, and Alexander McGregour, their natural brother, their friends, servants and complices of the surname of Clangegour, for fulfillment of contract, 11 September 1580. Killin

[3] John MacGregor of Glenstray, in which property he never was never infeoffed. He died of the hurt of an arrow, without issue, and was succeeded by his brother. (probably 1549 or 1550

[4] "Ewin MacGregor, tutor thairof", No 2 in 1586 list, missing therafter so may have died before 1590

[5] "Allaster Galt, his brother (under Earl of Argyle).f", No 3 in 1586 list, 0No 10 in 1590; No 13 in 1592; No 3 in 1601; No 2 in 1602;
#33-1513c - Alester Galt - Rebell
#37-1613d Alister galt McGregour
Natural son, Legitimated by Earl of Argyll in 1579, see here legitimation of Alasdair Gald 1579

[6] "Allaster pudrach MacGregour . . . . . . . under the lard of Weyme", No 4 in 1586 list; No 9 in 1590; No 14 in 1592; missing in 1601 (died 1598)

[7] "Duncan Glen MacGregor (brother to the Tutour).", #13-1586 list; #8-1590; No 2 in 1592; #2-1601; No 9-11 in 1602
1604. March 1 Five persons executed. - 4. Duncan MacGregor. - is this Duncan Glen or Duncan MacEoin ruadh in Ardeonaig at 42?

[8] "Patrick MacGregor in Cadern, (Cadderine - known as ‘our’ youngest Brother of the Tutor.)", #38-1586; #7-1590; #21-1592; missing in 1601

[9] "Allaster MacGregor of Glenstra", Not listed in 1586 list; #1-1590; not listed in 1592; not listed in 1601; #1-1602
1604. January 20 Five persons executed - 1. Allaster Roy MacGregour of Glenstray, seventh of his line, Captain and Chief of the ClanGregor.

[10] "John dhu MacGregor his brother (killed at Glenfruin)", Not listed in 1586 list; #2-1590; #1-1592; #5-1601
1603 Feb 8 - died at Battle of Glenfruin




 
 
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