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Genealogy of The Clan Gregor - 68 - Descendants of Gregor oig

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Gregor oig
b.~1660/1668 d.1731
m. Marjory, dtr of Robt Grant of Easter Elchies
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Malcolm [2]
b.~1699 d.1769
m.Ann Grant 19/3/1739
Kirkmichael & Tomintoul
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John
b.4/2/1740
Gregor
b.29/3/1749
James
b.27/6/1754
John oig
b.~1700
m. Marjory, Elizabeth, dtr Ballibeg
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Peter
b.1/5/1727
James
b.24/7/1732 d.1816
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John
b.13/10/1773
d.1865
William
b.29/9/1775
Robert
b.29/1/1781
d.1846
James oig
b.~1702 d.1761
m.dtr Grant Abernethy
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Colquhoun
b.~1732 Cromdale
d.1798
clothing merchant in Aberdeen
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74 - The Baronets M'Grigor


Patrick
b.~1704 d.1761
m. Mary Grant 1734
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James
b.12/7/1735
Peter
b.2/9/1741
Gregor
b.12/8/1743

[1] This is my suggestion (PJL). There is a family of Malcolm and Janet Gordon in Scotland's People in the parish of Abernethy and Kincardine with these dates.
A search for Malcolm MacGregor born anywhere in Scotland born between 1698 and 1720 turned up one result:
Al(exander) Mc Gregor and Els Anderson at Ardclach parish 5/6/1714. Ardclach parish is on the Findhorn, north of Abernethy and south of Nairn.

[2] This is the family at Inchrory, Kirkmichael and Tomintoul parish in the genealogy supplied to me. I found the marriage to Ann Grant in the OPR. Which is it?

[3] I found this birth of Duncan on Scotland's People - 13/11/1744. There is a marriage of Duncan MacGregor to Mary MacFarlane in the Abernethy & Kincardine parish on 20/7/1765 - but no trace of any children to the couple anywhere in Scotland. The purpose of this investigation is to trace an alternative Duncan who married Grissel Gairden at Tynemouth on 7/11/1772. Mary MacFarlane may have died and the marriage does not disprove the possibility that Duncan left Scotland subsequently.