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record as of Invervudden. He fought at Inverlochy
in 1G45, and was a poet of some reputation in his
day. Fragments of his hunting songs are still
extant. He married first a daughter of Alexander
Macdonald of Inverlair ; secondly, a daughter of
Alexander Macdonald of Tirnadrish ; and thirdly, a
daughter of Alexander Macdonald of Bohuntin. He
had —

1. Archibald, bis successor.

2. Allan, known i\.s Ailein Liatk na Mbintich. He bad three

sons, Alexander, Donald, and John, Alexander, the
eldest son, married a daughter of Allan Macdonald of
Gellovie, and had a sun, Archibald. Archibald
married a daughter of Allan Mor Cameron, and had
Alexander, John, and Donald. Alexander, the eldest
son, married a daughter of Macdonald of Cranachan,
without issue. John, the second son, married and had
issue. Donald, the third son, had no issue.

3. Angus of Cranachan.

Donald died at Invervudden, and was buried at
St Keimeth's Church, at the end of Loch Laggan,
where many generations of his family were after-
wards buried. He was succeeded by his son,

II. Archibald, known as Gilleashuig Dubh
ChoiUerois, and famous as a huntsman. He fought
at Killiecrankie. In 1703, he received a tack from
Lachlan Mackintosh of Strone of the lands of Moy
and Coillerois. He married in 1679 Agnes, daughter
of Allan Macdonald of Gellovie, and is described in
the marriage contract as the son of Donald Mac-
donald, alicid Maclnnes Vic Ean Duibh of Inver-
vudden. He had by her —



THE GENEALOGY OE CLAN DONALD. 443

1. John, his successor.

2. Alexander, who married a daughter of Robertson of

Blairfettie, and had a daughter, Anne, who married
Mackintosh of Strone.

3. Angus, who married a daughter of Macdonald of Cran-

achan, with issue.

4. Donald of Laggan, who married Catherine, daughter of

.John Macdonald of Ualchosuie, with issue.

5. Archibald, who married a daughter of Macdonald of

Achnancoichean.

6. Ranald, who died without issue.

7. Allan, Avho died young.

8. Margaret.

9. Mary.
10. Isabel.

Archibald was succeeded by his son,

in. John. He married, first, a daughter of
Mackintosh of Strone, and, secondly, Anne, daughter
of Donald Gorm (who was killed at Killiecrankie),
brother of Alastair Dubh of Glengarry. By his
second wife he had —

1. Ranald, his successor.

2. Alastair Ban of Tullochcrom.

3. Angus, mentioned in record in 1723.

4. Isabel, who married Alexander Macpherson of Ballachruan,

and had Captain John Macplierson, known as the
Black Officer, who was lost in a snow storm at Gaick,
Dec. 31, 1799.
John died in 1716, and was buried at Cillechoirill.
He was succeeded by his son,

TV. Ranald, known as Raomdl Mor, and some-
times as Raomdl Duhh. He joined Prince Charles's
standard at Glenfinan, and was present at the
battles of Prestonpans and Falkirk, and joined in
the march to England. He sheltered the Prince for
a night on his way to the " cage" on Benalder, and
from him the latter accepted a change of garments
to ensure disguise. His Jacobite zeal Avas the cause



444 THE CLAN DONALD.

of his finally losing his lands. After the commotions
of the '45 had subsided, interested persons succeeded
in putting Aberarder under the Forfeited Estates
Act. Ranald contested the case in the Court of
Session, and afterwards appealed to the House of
Lords, but lost it He was celebrated for his
hospitality. It was a popular saying at the time of
his death — " Chaidh Raonull Aberardair a Fhlaith-
eanas mar gun rachadh peillear a gunna leis an
fhialachd."

Ranald married Grace, daughter of Duncan
Stewart of Achnacone, and had by her —

L John, his successor.

2. Alexander of Mo}^ who was a Captain in 82ud Regiment,
and served in the American War of Independence.
He married Juliet, daughter of John Macdonald of
Dalchosnie, and had, with three daughters— (a)
Archibald ; (b) Alexander ; (c) Ranald ; (d) Huntly ;
(e) AVilliam ; (/) John ; (.y) Donald.

Archibald, the eldest son, married Alexa, daughter
of Donald Macdonald of Lochans, and had Alexa and
Juliet. Alexander, the second son, married Amie,
daughter of Donald Macdonald of Lochans, and had —
(1) Alexander of Hockitiki, New Zealand ; (2) Ranald,
Captain in the 92nd Regiment, who married Hannah,
daughter of Donald Stewart of Luskintyre, Harris,
and had a daughter, Juliet.

.3. Archibald, who was a Lieutenant in the 92nd Regiment,
and distinguished himself at the Pass of Maya. He
married Grace, heiress of David Stewart of Lassin-
tuUicb, and had David IL of Lassintiillich, who
married Mary, daughter of A. Menzies of Farlyer,
and had Archibald, James, Mary, and Jessie.

4. William.

5. A daughter, who married a MaoHardy.

6. Grace, who married Macdonald, Monesie.

7. Mary.

8. Jane, who married Alexander Macdonald, Garva,

9. Grace, who married a Mr Gordon, with issue.



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 445

Ranald Macdoiiald of Aberarder, who was living at
Garvamore in 1771, died shortly thereafter, and was
succeeded by his son,

V. John, known as Iain Duhh. He lived at
KilHechonate. He married Katherine, youngest
dauo-hter of Alexander Macdonald of Keppoch, and

o

had by her —

1. John.

2. Archibald,

3. A daughter, who married a M'Veaii, with issue.

4. Isabel, who married a Rankin, in Glencoe.

5. Janet, who married Donald Ruadh Macdonald of the

Cranachan family.
6 Grace, who married a Macfarlane, from Strathspey, with
issue, from whom Bishop Angus Macfarlane, Dunkeld.

John died March 10th, 1818, and was buried at
Cillechoirill. His wife died 25th July, 1829, aged
90. He was succeeded by his son,

VI. John, a Captain in the 1st Royal Scots, and
A.D.C. to the Duke of Gordon. He married
Catherine, daughter of Gordon of Wardhouse, and
had by her —

1. George Gordon,

2. Ranald, who was in the army, and went to Australia.

He married a sister of Captain Maclean of Lakefield,
with issue.

3. Eliza, unmarried.

Captain John Macdonald was succeeded by his son,

VII. George Gordon, who was a Brigadier-
General in the Indian Army, and commanded the
27th Madras Native Infantry. He married a Miss
Batten, and had a daughter, who married a Captam
Thorpe, without issue.



446 THE CLAN DONALD.



THE MACDONALDS OF CRANACHAN.

The first of this family was Angu??, third son of
Donald I. of Aberarder. He is frequently men-
tioned in record. He married a daughter of Mac-
donald of Achnancoichean, and had —

1. Donald, his successor.

2. Alexander, wlio married, and had issue.

3. Arcliibald, who married, and had issue.

4. Anne.

5. Mary.

6. Catherine, who married Alexander Macdonald of Tulloch.

Angus Macdonald of Cranachan, who was living in
1723, was succeeded by his son,

n. Donald. He married a daughter of Mac-
donald of Shian, and had —

1. John, his successor.

2. Ang'us. After the death of his brother, John III. of

Cranachan, Angus took the farm. He liad four sons —

(1) John, who left Angus, Donald, Marj^ and Sarah.

(2) Donald Ruadh of Torgulbin. He married a daughter

of John Dubh Macdonald of Aberarder, and had
— (a) Angus, who had two sons, John and
Duncan, who lived in London, and had Jane?
who married Andi-ew Carmichael, Edinburgh,
with issue ; (h) John, known as " Long John ;"
(e) Archibald, who married a Miss MacHardy,
and had Aloysius, married in Australia, and four
daughters ; (d) Peter, who had a son, Peter ;
(e) Alexander ; (/) Donald ; (g) Colin.

Long John, who was the maker of the famous
Ben-Nevis Distillery, was succeeded by his son,
Donald Petei'. He married his cousin, Jessie
Margaret, daughter of Andrew Carmichael, Edin-
burgh, and had — (1) John, who married Mar-
garet Chatto, London, and had — (a) Donald
Peter ; (b) William ; (c) Marjorie. (2) Archi-
bald, lately with the Lovat Scouts in South
Africa, formerly an officer in the Cameron High-



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 447

landers. (3) Andrew, a monk in the Benedictine
Monastery at Fort-Augustus. (4) Mary. (5)
Elizabeth, who married James Ryan, Glenomera.
Ceylon. (6) Jessie. (7) Frances, who married
Harold P. Sykcs, 2nd Dragoon Guards.

(3) Alexander, next brother after Donald Ruadh, mairied

and liad issue.

(4) Angus Mor, Blarnahininn, and later at Cranachan,

He had (a) Angus, (b) John, (c) Archibald, (d)
Alexaiider, (e) Donald, (/) Colin, and several
daughters. These brothers, who were noted all
over the country for their generous hospitality
and great physical strength, always lived together
at Cranachan, and never married. Alexander
and Donald are the sole survivors.

3. Donald, who died without issue.

4. Alexander.

5. Margaret, who married Ranald Macdonald of Fersit.

Donald II. of Cranachan was succeeded by his son,

III. John. He married Janet Macdonald, and
had —

1. Donald.

2. Angus.

3. Arcliibald, who lived at Fort-Augustus, and had (1) John,

who had (a) Archibald, unmarried ; (/>) Donald,
married in Stratlilochy, in Lochaber, and several
daughters, one of whom is married to Captain Mac-
donald of " The Lochness," with issue ; (2) Angus ;
(3) Alexander, who left a son, John ; (4) Coll ;
(5) Duncan, whose three sons, Archibald, Alexander,
and Coll are living near Ardrishaig ; (6) Donald.

John was succeeded by his son,

IV. Donald, Surgeon in the Glengarry Fencibles.
He lived latterly at Fort -Augustus. It was he that
had the famous lawsuit with Glengarry, which was
decided in favour of Dr Macdonald in 1807.

He married an English lady, and had two sons,
Charles and another, both of whom, died unmarried.
Dr Macdonald was succeeded in the representation
of the family by his brother,



448 THE CLAN DONALD.

V. Angus, He married a daughter of Alex-
ander Macdoiiald of Tullochcrom, and had —

1. Alexander.

2. Ranald, a Captain in the Merchant service.

Angus married, secondly, and left a son, whose sons
live at Campbeltown, and was succeeded by his son,

VI. Alexander. He enlisted in the Foot
Guards, and rose to the rank of Captain. He
emigrated to New Zealand, where he became
Governor of Auckland. He married Mary, daughter
of Alexander Macdonald, Garvabeg, and had, among
others,

VII. Alexander, who is married in Australia,
and has issue.



THE MACDONALDS OF TULLOCHCROM.

Alastair Ban, the second son of John III. of
Aberarder, was the first of this family. He married,
first, a daughter of Mackintosh of Balnespick, and
had by her —

1. Alexander, his successor.

2. John, who died xnimarried.

3. Christian, who married John Stewart of the Garth family,

with issue.

4. Anne, who married James Mackintosh of Strone.

He married, secondly, Jessie, fifth daughter of
Alexander Macdonald of Keppoch, who died Jan. 9tli,
1812 and had by her —

5. A daughter, who married Alexander Macdonald of the

Cranachan family, with issue.

6. Jessie, who married Archibald Macdonald of Gaskmore,

Laggan, and had —

(a) Reginald Ranald, who entered the Gordon High-
landers, in which he served with distinction.
He attained the rank of Colonel, was made C.B.



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 449

and Knight of the White Horse of Hanover.
He was for some time Adjutant-General of the
forces in Bombay. He died unmarried.
(r) Alexander, who married Miss Maclean of the Drimnin
family, and had Ranald and several daughters,
who went to Australia.

(c) Mary, who died unmarried.

(d) Helen, who married

7. Mary, who married John Ban Macdonald, Garvamore,

and had —

(a) Alexander, who married Jane, daughter of Captain

Macdonald, Moy, and had four sons and two
daughters — Mary, who married her cousin,
George Gordon, and Juliet, a nun.

(b) Mary, who married Andrew Carmichael, teacher,

Edinburgh, with issue.

8. Mary, who married Mr Forrest, with issue.

9. Elizabeth, who married Mr Hussey, with issue.

Alastair Ban of Tullochcrom was succeeded by his
son,

IL Alexandeb. He was known as Alexander
of Garvabeg. He married, first, Charlotte, sixth
daughter of Alexander Macdonald of Keppoch, and
had by her —

1. John, who died unmarried.

2. Jessie, who married John Macnab of the Inneshewen

family, who held the property of Shenaghart, in
Kintyre, and had (a) Duncan, W.S., Edinburgh, who
died unmarried ; (b) John, who married, with issue ;
(c) Alexander ; (d) Archibald ; (e) Ranald ; (/)
Francis, who married and had issue ; (g) Charlotte,
who died young ; (h) Christina, who married her
cousin Angus Macdonald, Keppoch, with issue.

3. Grace, who married Mr Stewart, Perthshire, with issue.

He married, secondly, Miss Reid, and had by her—

4. Cosmo.

5. Ranald, unmarried.

6. A daughter, who married Mr Kerr, with issue, in

America.

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450 THE CLAN DONALD.

He married, thirdly, a daughter of Mackintosh of
Strone, and had by her —

7. Ranald, a Captain in the Gordon Highlanders. He was

at Waterloo, and saw besides a good deal of service
in India and Ce3^1on, where he greatly distinguished
himself. The fort which he saved from the rebels
was named after him, " Fort Macdonald." He
married Flora, daughter of Alexander Macdonald of
Dalelea, and had (a) Reginalda, who married Neil
Rankin, with issue, in Australia ; (h) Flora, who
married Mr Lawson, with issue.

8. Allan, who was a Captain in the Gordon Highlanders,

unmarried.

9. Archibald, an officer in tlie Army, who left issue in

America.

10. Donald, a Captain in the Army, who married Miss

Carpenter, and had (a) Alexander, who died unmarried
as he was about to be gazetted to the Gordon High-
landers ; (6) Elizabeth ; (c) Isabella.

11. Angus, who went to Canada, and married there a French

lady, by whom he had a daughter, Eleanore.

12. Christina.

13. Bell.

14. Mary, w^ho mai-ried Captain Alexander Macdonald of the

Foot Guards, with issue.



THE MACDONALDS OF GELLOVIE.

The first of this family was Allan, son of John
Dubh Macdonald of Bohuntin. He is mentioned in
record in 1602. He was then tenant of Gellovie,
which lies along the banks of Loch Laggan. The
family afterwards obtained a feu charter of the
lands of Gellovie.

Allan married a daughter of Macqueen of Cory-
brugh, by whom he had his successor,

II. Ranald. He married his cousin, a daughter
of Macdonald of Moy, by whom he had several sons.
He was succeeded by his eldest son,



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 451

III. Allan. He married a daughter of Mac-
donald of Acbnancoichean, by whom he had —

1. Ranald, his successor.

2. Angus, who married Mary, daughter of Paul Macpherson,

and had —

(a) Alastair Ban, who married a daughter of Stewart of

Daltullich, and had— (1) Angus, who died
iinraarried ; (2) Allan, who married a daughter
of D. Menzies, and had issue ; (3) Donald, who
died unmarried ; (4) Isabel, who died unmarried.

(b) Donald, who married Emily, daughter of Grant of

Craggan, and had Allan, who married a daughter
of Macpherson of Dalraddy, and had, with three
daughters, Donald, who died at Airelodian, Duthil,
and had issue — (a) Ranald, who was known as of
Clury, in the Parish of Duthil, married Catherine
Grant, and died June 11, 1825. (b) Captain
James Macdonald of Coulnakyle, Abernethy,
who married Margaret Brodie Hay, who died Dec-
ember 10th, 1857, and had by her— (1)
James Dawson ; (2) Donald, who died in
India as Surgeon-Major : he married, first, a
Miss Griffiths, and, secondly, a Miss Jamieson ;
(3) Helen Elizabeth Cleland, who married
James Houston, Tulloch Griban, Duthil, ; (4)
Margaret Fyfe ; (5) Catherine, who married,
first, Dr Robertson, and afterwards a Mr
Jamieson ; (6) Jane Anne, who married Mr
Ferguson, advocate, Aberdeen, Captain James
Macdonald of Coulnakyle died at Clury,
December 15th, 1833. His son, James Dawson,
was educated at Abernethy, Grantown, and
Aberdeen, and obtained a cadetship in 1836.
He served in the Gwalior and Rajpootana Cam-
paigns, and was quartered at Neemueh when the
Mutiny broke out. He owed his escape to the
loyalty of two Sepoys, who alone of 1000 men
remained faithful to their colours.

He retired from the Indian service as Major-
General, and died in London, December 25, 1879.
He married Mary Ellen Dugan, and had (1)
Dugan, a Major in the Army, who was acci-
dentally killed by a fall from his horse in Hyde



452 THE CLAN DONALD.

Park in 1893 : a monument is erected to his
memory in Abernethy Parish Church ; (2) Sir
Claude Maxwell Macdonakl, K.C.B., G.C.M.G.
He was educated at Uppingham, and at the
Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He joined
the 74th Highlanders in 1872, and was promoted
to the rank of Major in 1882, He served
throughout the Egyptian Campaign of 1882, and
through the Suakim Expedition of 1884-5. He
was Military Attache to the British Agency in
Cairo in 1882-7, and was Acting Agent and
Consul-General at Zanzibar in 1887-8. He was
sen<; by the Foreign Office on a Special Mission
to the Niger Territories in 1889. He was
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-
tentiary at Pekin, 1896-1900. Since 1900 he
has been Minister at Tokio. He marriea Ethel,
daughter of Major W. Cairns Armstrong, of the
15th Regiment.

3. Allan, whose son, Donald, afterwards succeeded by

purchase to Gellovie.

4. Alexander of Gaskmore.

5. Agnes, who married Archibald Macdonald of Coillerois.

6. Janet, who married Allan Macdonald of Dalchosnie.

7. A daughter, who married Macpherson of Strathmashie.

Allan was succeeded by his eldest son,

IV. Ranald. He fought at Mulroy, and after-
wards at Sheriifmuir. He had, hi 1716, his house
and corn burned, and all his sheep and cows were
carried off by Government troops for his sending
them a defiant message. He married, first, a
daughter of Mackintosh of Balnespick, without
issue. He married, secondly, Isabel, daughter of
Mackintosh of Holm, by whom he had —

1. Donald, his successor.

2. Angus, who succeeded his brother.

3. A daughter.

4. A daughter.

Ranald died January 25th, 1721, was buried at
Laggan Church, and succeeded by his son.



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 453

V. Donald, who held a commission in the 30th
Regiment. He married a daughter of Macdonald of
Aberarder, and died without issue at Gellovie in
July, 1744, when he was succeeded by his brother,

VI. Angus. He married a daughter of Thomas
Johnston of Merkland, Dumfries-shire, and had by
her —

1. Thomas, M.D., a distinguished physician. He married

Catherine, daughter of Donald Macdonald of Tirna-
drish, and left a daughter, Mary, who married Charles
Stanley Constable of Acton, Yorkshire, son of William
Constable of Everingham, with issue. Dr Macdonald
died in Edinburgh, where he practised his profession,
before his father, in 1769, and was buried in the
Canon gate.

2. Ranald, merchant in Jamaica, where he died uinnarried.

3. Angus, M.D., F.R.C.P.E.

4. John, who was a Lieutenant in the Macdonald Regiment,

and died in Jamaica, unmarried.

5. Angus, who died young.

6. Grizel, who married Thomas Lunham, of the Customs,

with issue.

7. Isabel, who died unmarried.

8. Joan, who died unmarried.

9. Catherine, who died unmarried.
10. Jean, who died unmarried.

Angus Macdonald of Gellovie, who sold the estate
to his cousin, Donald, died in 1780, and was suc-
ceeded in the representation of the family by his
third son,

YII. Dr Angus Macdonald. He settled in
Taunton in 1786, and practised his profession there
for many years with distinguished success. He left
" A Family Memoir of the Macdonalds of Keppoch "
in MS., which was published in 1885. He married
Nancy, daughter of Robert Ord, Lord (Jhief Baron
of the Exchequer in Scotland, without issue. She
died, October 16, 1801. Dr Macdonald died
June 9, 1825, in the 74th year of his age.



454 THE CLAN DONALt).

Donald, to whom Gellovie was sold, as already
stated, married Margaret Grant, and had by her
Allan, who succeeded him. Donald died in August,
1758. Allan, his successor, who was the last
possessor, was out of Gellovie in 1790. He was
living in 1792. His son, Ranald, was tenant of
Strathmashie, where he died. His widow and
family afterwards emigrated to Australia.

THE MACDONALDS OF FERSIT.

The first of this family was Donald, third son of
Ranald Og IX. of Keppoch. He is mentioned in
record in 16 12. He is in possession of the lands of
Fersit in 1620. He had three sons —

1. John, who succeeded him.

2. Ranald.

3. Angus.

Donald was succeeded by his son,

II. John Dubh. He is mentioned in record in
1640. He had three sons —

1. Donald.

2. Alexander.

3. Archibald.

John was succeeded by his son,

ni. Donald. He is mentioned in record in
1661 and again in 1669.

Donald was succeeded by his son,
IV. Ranald. In 1691 he was one of the fol-
lowers of Coll Macdonald of Keppoch. He is
frequently mentioned in record. He had —

1. John, his successor.

2. Donald.

3. Ranald.

4. Catherine, who married, tirst, Angus Cameron, son of

John Cameron of 4x,atullieh. She married, secondly,
Alexander, sou of Ronald IV. of Inch.



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 455

Kanald, who was living in 1712, was succeeded by
his son,

V. John. He signed the Address to George I.
in 1714.

John was succeeded by his son,

VI. Ranald. He married a Margaret, daughter
of Donald Macdonald of Cranachan, and had —

1. Ranald. He was educated at the Scotch College, Douay,
for the priesthood, and returned to his native country
in 1782. He was first stationed at Glengairn, Aber-
deenshire, from which he was translated to Glengarry,
and thence to Uist. He was, in 1820, conseci'ated at
Edinburgh Bishop of Aeryndela and Vicar Apostolic
of the Northern District, and had his residence at
Lismore. Bishop Macdonald's scholarly attainments
were of a high order. He was a man of polished
manners and liberality of sentiment, and was beloved
by persons of all persuasions. He did much by his
work and conversation to soften down prejudices, and
was ever ready to lend his aid in forwarding any
scheme which had for its object the advancement cf
his fellow Highlanders. He died at Fort-William,
20th September, 1832, and was buried there.

2. John, who succeeded his father.

3. Mary.

Ranald was succeeded by his son,

VII. John. . He married, and had —

1. Andrew.

2. Charles.

3. Ranald, who had two sons, John and Ranald.

4. Margaret, who married Henry Derepas, with issue.

5. Eliza.

6. Mary, who married J . Mackichen, with issue.

John was succeeded in the representation of the
family by his son,

VIII. Andrew, who was for many years Sheriff
of Stornoway. He married Susan Stewart, Achna-
cone, and had —



456 THE CLAN DONALD.

1. John, who married a Miss Morrison, without issue.

2. Duncan Stewart.

3. Andrew, who is married in New Zealand, and has issue.

4. Stewart.

5. Christina, who married John Chisholm, Inverness, with

issue.



THE MACDONALDS OF MURLAGAN.

This family is descended from Alastair nan Cleas
X. of Keppoch, whose fourth son, Donald Gorm of
Inveroy, was the j)i'Ogenitor of the family of Mur-
lagan. There was another family afterwards at
Murlagan which was of earlier descent. In 1727
one of this family had been put in possession of the
lands of Murlagan by Mackintosh. In that year
there is an Obligation by Angus Macdonald of
Murlagan to Mackintosh, in which he declares that
his predecessors had been standard-bearers to Mac-
kintosh " these three hundred years and upwards."
This Angus further declares that he is of Sliochd
Dhomhnuill 'ic Aongliids, the descendants of the
deposed Chief of Keppoch.

I. Donald Gorm had several sons, among
whom —

1. Alexander.

2. Angus.

3. John.

Donald was succeeded by his son,

II. Alexander. He is mentioned among the
accomplices of Coll of Keppoch in 1698, He died
shortly thereafter, and had —

1. Ranald.

2. Angus of Inveroy.

3. John of Inveroybeg.

•I. \. daughter, who married Alexander Macdonald of
Bohuntin.



THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD. 457

Alexander was succeeded by his son,

III. Ranald. He is mentioned in record in
1712. He was succeeded by his son,

IV. Archibald, who had —

L Alexander.

2. Donald.

3. Flora, who married Angus Macdonald, Tacksman of

Coull.

4. Katherine, who married Allan Macdonald, late of Mur-

lagan.

Archibald was succeeded by his son,

V. Alexander of Glenturret, who was suc-
ceeded by his son,

VI. Ranald. He married Marcella, daughter
of Allan Maclean of Drimnin, and had —

1. Allan, a Captain in the Glengarry Fencibles, who died

immarried.

2. George, who went to Canada, and married there, with

issue,

3. Alexander.

4. Katherine, who married Dr Ferrier, witli issue.

5. A daughter, who married Lieut. Cameron.



THE MACDONALDS OF ACHNANCOICHEAN.

This family is descended from Angus, fifth son



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