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Marion Macdonnall/McDonald

Female Bef 1690 - Yes, date unknown

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  • Name Marion Macdonnall/McDonald 
    Born Bef 1690  Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I20693  My Reynolds Line
    Last Modified 21 Sep 2018 

    Family James McBee/Magby/Mocobee/Mocaboy/McGehee/McGhee,   b. Bef 1690,   d. 16 Jun 1711, Calvert Co., Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 21 years) 
    Last Modified 21 Sep 2018 
    Family ID F7696  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S263] Mark Wilson.
      The document below is one Fannie Hodnett Bennett purchased from a genealogist. When I mentioned it to person actually from Scotland they found it amusing since my wife is a Campbell :)

      1915 Edition of Browning';s
      Baronial Order of Runnymede, William Davis
      Descent from Sureties for the Magna Charta
      --Gilbert De Clare, Richard De Clare

      1. Richard De Clare, Earl of Hertford, a Surety for the Magna Charta, had
      2. Gilbert De Clare, Earl of Hertford, a Surety forthe Magna Charta, who had
      3. Isabel De Clare, married Robert De Bruce, 5th Earl of Annandale, and had
      4. Robert De Bruce, Earl of Annandale, and Carrick,who had
      5. Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, who had
      6. Marjory Bruce, married Walter Stewart, Steward of Scotland, who had
      7. Robert II, King of Scotland, who had
      8. Margery Stewart, married Eoin-Mar Macdonnall, 7th Lord of the Isles, who had
      9. Donald Macdonnall, Lord of the Isles, who had
      10. Alexander Macdonnall, Lord of the Isles, and Earl of Ross, who had
      11. Hugh Macdonnall, of the Isles, 2nd son, died 1498, who had
      12. Donald-Calloch Macdonnall, of the Isles, died1506, who had
      13. Donald-Crammoch Macdonnall, of the Isles, died1534, who had
      14. Donald-Gorme Macdonnall, heir titular Lord ofthe Isles, killed 1537, had
      15. Donald-Gorme Macdonnall, Lord of the Isles, andof Slate, died 1585, had
      16. Archibald Macdonnall, Lord of Slate Mo-anor, Antrim, who had
      17. Sir Donald Macdonnall, Lord of the Slate, firstBaronet, died 1643, who had
      18. Sir James Macdonnall, Lord of Slate, 2nd Baronet, died Dec. 8, 1678. Who had
      19. Marion MacDonnall, married Patrick Macgregor,chieftainof that ilk, who led his clansmen under Montrose in 1645, andwho outlawedwith his sons. His estates were confiscated and he andhis sons werecommanded to assume other names, when John Macgregor, his heir, became JohnMurray and his second son, James,became
      20. Thomas MacGehee. Before September, 1701, (when he and other outlawed Scotchmen petition for landin Virginia), here moved his family to Virginia and was granted land in St. John's Parish, King William County where he resided, signing as Thomas Mack Gehee, cone time James Mackgregor, of the old countrie His will dated July 27, 1727, was proved in this county. He had by his wife, surname unknown
      21. Edward MacGehee of King William County, Virginia, married Elizabeth DeJarnette, who had
      22. Mary MacGehee, second child, married Ayres Hodnett, and moved to Pittsylvania County, at that time Halifax County. Her will is filed in Pittsylvania January 18, 1818. They had a son, John Hodnett and others. This
      23. John Hodnett married Lucy Davis, dau. Of William Davis,in Pittsylvania County November 9, 1792 and had
      24. James Hodnett who married Mary (Polly) Jones and lived at Whittles Depot, Virginia, who had
      25. Rebecca F. Hodnett who married William Smith February 18, 1856 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia and had
      26. Mary Jane Smith, married Dr. John Carlisle Anderson at Mineola, in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, who had
      27. Richard Mortimer Anderson, married Blanford Towler, in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, at the home of his brother, Dr. John Carlisle Anderson.
      Books of Reference
      1 3- Agrees with Burke's Extinct Peerages
      2 4 Playfair's British Family Antiquity Vol. III, page 744.
      4 7 Playfair's British Family Antiquity Vol. III, page 740.
      4 8 Wood's Douglas Peerage of Scotland Vol. II, page 8.
      7 10- Nobel's Royal House of Stuart (1795) page 28.
      10 18 Burke's Peerage, Lord Macdonnall of Slate Co., Antrim, Ireland
      Wooten's Baronets of Nova Scotia.
      14 His claim, as heir, to the lordship of the Isles, was refused by James V, but his son restored in the family honors by Queen Mary in 1567.
      17. He was created a baronet of Nova Scotia, July 14, 1625, (Wooten).
      19-20 Family letters of the immigrant identifying James MacGregor and his wife, Marion Macdonnall. See Murray baronets and pedigree.
      21 - In Colonial Wars, according to the records in files atVirginia State Library.
      22. Pittsylvania County,Virginia Records.
      23. Pittsylvania County,Virginia Records.
      24-28 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Records