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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 38 - Descendants of Alasdair mor in Dunan

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Alasdair mor
b.~1440
Dunan
Eoin dubh
b.~1470
Camuserachtie
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Uilleam
b.~1500

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Eoin
b.~1530

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Domhnall
b.~1560



Domhnall
b.~1532


Donnchadh
b.~1556



Padraig
b.~1600 alive 1675
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Eoin dubh og
b.~1635

Donnchadh
b.~1670
Donnchadh og
b.~1636

Donnchadh
b.~1670
Griogair
b.~1638
Maolcoluim
b.~1640
Padraig
b.~1534


MACGREGOR OF ARDLARICH. This Family in Rannoch claimed to be closely connected with the House of Glenstray, which is probable, although no direct evidence to that effect can be adduced. "One MS. account states that 'In the year 1500 the 32 merkland of the Slios Mhin on north side of Loch Rannoch was divided into three divisions,
The western division consisting of Dunan, Kinchlacher &c comprehending the 11 merkland west of the river Ericht, was held by Alexander mor a younger son of Roro and notwithstanding the Charter possessed by Sir Robert Menzies Sep.1, 1502, to the 32 merkland, Alexander More and his descendants maintained their right of occupancy until April 22, 1675, when Patrick MacGregor in Dunan took a wadset from Sir Alexander Menzies of the 2 merkland of Kinclacher under reversion of 500 merks scots.
"The middle division, consisting of the 12 merkland comprehending Ardlaraich, Kilchonan &c was possessed by Gregor MacGregor who died in the island of Loch Rannoch July 31, 1526, he was the son of John McEwne vich Allester MacGregor brother of Glenstray. The last of this family was Captain Robert MacGregor who commanded the MacGregor company raised in Rannoch for Prince Charles' army 1745.
 
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