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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 61 - Descendants of John in Kingarth

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Eoin
b.~1491
Kingart
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Padraig 'Johnson' [3] [4] [5]
b.~1521
Kingart
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Eoin
b.~1555
Dalmarglen

Padraig [9]
b.~1555 pardon.1614
Dalmarglen

Eoin [1]
b.~1523
Balnacoule
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Griogair
b.~1555 killed.1611
Kingart

Padraig Ammonach [6]
b.~1525 d.1593
Kingart
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Donnchadh [2]
b.~1560 pardon 1614
Kingart


Eoin [8]
b.~1561 exec.1604
Kingart


Griogair [7]
b.~1562 k.1611
Kingart


Eoghan
b.~1525
Kingart
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Eoin ruadh
b.~1550

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Padraig [10]
b.~1572
Dundurn
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[1] "John Johnestoune in Glenlednock ", mentioned 30-jan-1578; #19-1590 Balnacoule;

[2] "Duncan Macphadrick ammonoch, ", 20-6-1599 Glenorchy action for removal
#16-1590
Duncan McPhatrick Ammonach of Kingart beg (b~1560) pardoned 1614

[3] 1591. May 10th. “Anent the actioun persewit be Colene Campbell Arbeyth againis Patrik Johnstoun alias McGreigor Patrik Amenocht and John Mcewin Anent the removing of them from the four merk land of Kingarth

[4] The following is the text of a warrant given by Queen Mary to the avengers of the murder of the son of the Dean of Lismore which had occurred on the 2nd June 1565 :- “1565. June. The Quenis Majestie understanding that Patrick Dounkanesoun, James McGregor, Malcallum Croy McGregor Pitteny, John Cam McCondoquhy VcGregor in Fortingall, Malcum McGregor in Drumquharrycht, Patrik Johnsoun Mcgregour in Glenleidnocht (Innerzaldie), Patrick his breder, John McCondoquhy Mcgregour thair, John duncanson his broder, and Neil McAne wallicht in Tullyctcannan ar under soureties actid in the buikis of Secrete Counsell and adwurnale or keping of gude rewle and entering agane in certain wardis as thai salbe requirit as the actis maid thairupoun at lenth beris And now laitlie umquhile Gregour Deneson in Stwix ane peciabill trew man quha witht the personis abune written wes under souerti, is cruellie murtherit be certane rebellis for persequwtioun of quhome nane ar mair mete nor the above namit personis having thair neir kinsman slane, quhilkis dar nocht put on armes and persew the tressonabill murthuraris of the said umqle Gregour be reason of thair souerties standand undischargit. And thairfoir the Quinis Matie ordanis the Justice Clerk and his deputis and the Secretar and his deputis Keparis of the buikis of Secreat Counsale to deleit and put forth all actis furth of the saidis buikis or uther of thame be the quilkis the foirsaidis personis or thair soureties ar in ony wyss restrictit, for his hieness having sa gude experience of thair gude behaviour the tyme, thinkis nocht expedient to retene thame langer under the Band of Caution. Kepand ther presentis for thair warrant signed Marie R.” - Taken from the original in the Books of Adjournal and copied into the “Chartulary.”

[5] "Patrick Johnstoun MacGregor in Dalm-kland (Dalmarglen),", mentioned 30-jan-1578; #14-1590; #25-1601;

[6] Patrick Amonach MacGregor in Kingart under Colin Campbell of Ardbeycht ", - #15-1590; #22-1592;

[7] "Gregor Macphadrick ammonoch, ", #18-1590 #25-1601; 20-6-1599 Glenorchy action for removal
31 jan 1611 - killed by Lawers

[8] "John Macfadrik ammonach, (Glen Almond) ", #16-1590 #24-1601;
1604. February 18 Eleven persons executed. 5. John Ammonache, in Kingart, probably son of Patrick Ammonach.

[9] "Patrick McPhatrick Johnson of Dalmarglen (b~1555) pardoned 1614

[10] "Patrick Maceanroy MacGregor in Dundurn, ", #132-1590

 
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