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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 44 - Descendants of Gille coluim glas in Rannoch

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Gille coluim glas

Eoin / John
Maol-coluim glas
m.Ann Stewart b.~1520 survived b.Pinkie 1547

Eoin ban [2]
More Younger sons of Learagan

Griogair gearr [11]
Patrick McGregor ger
b.~1580 rebel 1621
Maol coluim ban [12]
alias John Menzies
50 - Learagan in Rannoch
Padraig gearr [1]
b.~1550 exec.1604

Para Gar descendants
Donnchadh ruadh
Donnchadh [8]
Eoin dubh gearr [9]

Maol coluim [10]


Donnchadh [5]
Griogair [7]

Eoin mor [6]

Alasdair ruadh

Griogair ruadh

Domhnall ruadh [13]
b.~1480 alive.1552

[1] #23-1613c Patrik McOlxhallum Glass McGregour in Rannocht Argyill cautioner
1604. March 1 Five persons executed. - 2. Patrick Gair MacGregor.

[2] #89-1586 89 John Bane Mcillechallum glas MacGregor in Rannoch; #126-1590 #6-1613b Johne McOlchallum VcAne thair (or McIlchallum VcEane)
#7-1613b Gregour Roy his eldest sone at Glenfrune
#8-1613b Callum Baine his sone also at Glenfrune

[5] #3-1613b Duncan McAindow (=McIan dhu) in Rannoch at Glenfrune

[6] #4-1613b Johne Moir Makandowe (or McEandowie) his brother at Glenfrune

[7] #5-1613b Gregor McConachy VcAine in Rannoch at Glenfrune
#21-1613c - Gregor McConeichy VcAne in Rannocht

[8] #14-1613b Duncan McConachy Rauche (Rayoche) in Rannoch at Glenfrune

[9] #15-1613b John Dow Ger his sone at Glenfrune (son of #14-1613b Duncan McConachy Rauche (Rayoche) in Rannoch at Glenfrune

[10] #16-1613b Callum McCon(d)achy Roy(o)cht sone to the said Duncan at Glenfrune (son of #14-1613b Duncan McConachy Rauche (Rayoche) in Rannoch at Glenfrune

[11] #90-1586 Gregor ger (often gar from gearr, short) his brother (brother of #89-1586 John Bane Mcillechallum glas MacGregor in Rannoch;
#91-1586 John McNeill (or invill) his brother also - #128-1590
#92-1586 Gregor cam (blind of an eye) thair brotheer's sone - #129-1590

[12] #22-1613c Callum Bane McOlchallum Glass in Rannocht

[13] BBT page 194 Bond of the McOlcallums
At the yle of Lochtay the thrid day of August 1552 William M'Olcallum in Rannocht Malcum his sone and Donald Roy M'Olchallum glass bindis and oblisses thame thair airis barnis and posteritie to be afald seruantis to Colyne Campbll of Glenurquhay .... renunciand M'Gregour thair auld cheif and all utheris in the contrar

Malcolm MacGregor called Callum Glas or palefaced, a brave warrior and an excellent sportsman. He had a narrow escape at the Battle of Pinkie Sep. 10, 1547 when the Laird of MacGregor had 700 of his own men on the field, of whom 400 were either killed or wounded. Malcolm married Ann Stewart from Atholl by whom he had four sons and several daughters.
1. John Bane his heir.
2. Gregor Gar (gear), short, mentioned in Commission of the Privy Council Feb. 4 1589-90.
3. Patrick Gar proposed as a pledge 12 August 1600. His son John dhu Gar was the noted adventurer mentioned by Spalding in his account of the Troubles in Morayshire.
4. Malcolm who resided in Learagan in 1595 and had a numerous family.

III. John Bane MacGregor in Learagan, one of several sureties for Alexander Roy MacGregor of Glenstray in a Bond of Peace between the Marquis of Montrose and other Lords, and Glenstray on the other part Feb. 5, 1590, and was charged along with other sureties for refusing to apprehend several of the Clan for an alleged serious difference between them and Graham of Fintry. John married 1st a daughter of MacPherson of Breachdachai in Badenoch by whom he had one son
1. Alexander his heir.
He married secondly Jean Mcpherson of Phoness by whom he had two sons
2. Gregor, of the Coat of Mail.
3. Malcolm ban in Lerigan.

IV. Alexander McGregor who succeeded his Father John in the possession of Learagan; but in 1502 all the lands the MacGregors had in Rannoch had become the property of Menzies of Castle Menzies by Charter. The Mac-Gregors however maintained their right of occupancy till 1680 when they agreed to pay a small sum yearly for their possessions. Alexander was fond of martial achievements. He and his brother accompanied Glenstrae to the Battle of Glenfruin 1603. The name of Alexander's wife is not preserved; He was succeeded by his eldest son.