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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 35 - Descendants of Gregor in Balloch

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Sir Dubhgall
b.~1450
Wester Stix
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Sir Seamus
b.~1480 died 1551
Dean of Lismore
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Descendants of Dean of Lismore
Eoin [1]
b.~1484 d.1564
Fearnan
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Padraig [4]
b.~1510 d.1564
Ardeonaig

Griogair [2] [3] [5]
b.~1488 died 1555
Balloch
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Domhnall
b.~1517



Raibart
b.~1545 killed.1565



Seamus
b.~1515
Drumdewan


Eoin
b.~1550



Alasdair
b.~1520
Fear Croftnalin
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Dubhgall ruadh
b.~1545



Alasdair buidh
b.~1546


Eoin
b.~1522



Eoin beag
b.~1550


[1] BBT death: 1564-05-17 John Dougallson Ferna, buried Inchadin AND his wife 1565-01-11 wife of John Dougallson Stronfarna

[2] BBT death: 1555-05-01 Gregor Dougallson Carsdall, buried Inchadin

[3] 1527 document: Gregour Dougalsoune. This Gregor appears to be the 3rd son of Sir Dubhgall MacAne VcDubhgall and it was his great grandfather who arrived with the Campbells in Fortingall in 1406. His older brother Seamus became the Dean of Lismore. Gregour was married to a Christian Murra (Christian Murray) who appears to have come from the family of the Murrays of Tullibardine. Gregor lived the latter part of his life at Balloch and was forceably removed from Balloch by Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy in 1552.
John Dougalsoune. John was the brother of Seamus and Gregor and died 1564. He lived at Fearnan on Loch Tay.
William Dougalsoune. William appears to be the brother of Seamus, Gregor and John (4th most likely). His birth date is not known but as he is listed last is likely to be younger.

[4] BBT death: 1564-12-07 Patrick M'Ayn V'Cowill M'Ayn murdered by McGestalcar, buried Inchadin

[5] 1549/50 March 16 remission by Argyll for Ardeonaig includes Gregor Dowgalsone

 
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