Descendants of Norman MacLeod
Generation No. 1
1. NORMAN28 MACLEOD (DONALD27, JOHN26, SIR RODERICK25, SIR RODERICK RUAIRIDH MOR24, TORMOD NORMAN23, ALEXANDER ALISDAIR CROTACH22, WILLIAM DUBH21, JOHN IAIN BORB20, WILLIAM CLEIREACH19, JOHN IAIN CIAR18, MALCOLM17, TORMOD NORMAN16, TORMOD NORMAN15, LEOD14 OLAFSON, OLLAGHAIR13 OLAF, OCHRAIDH12 GODRED II, OLAF11 I, GODRED CROVAN10 HAROLDSON, HAROLD THE9 BLACK, ST. OLAF8, SEMMAR7, HAROLD6 GREUSK, GUDROD5, BJORN4, HAROLD3 HAARFAGRE, HALVADEN2 SVARTE, OLAVE THE1 BLACK) was born 1748 in Glenelg,Isle of Skye ,Scotland, and died 1781 in Richland County, NC. He married JEANNET MORRISON Bef. 1770, daughter of ALEXANDER MORRISON and ELIZABETH MCLEOD. She was born in Scotland, and died 1805.
Notes for NORMAN MACLEOD:
McLeod Clan descendants of Royal House of Norway and the Son of Olave the Black. First: 825AD----Halvaden Svarte; 855AD---Harold Haarfagre; 880AD-- Bjorn; 910AD--Gudrod; 940AD---Harold Greusk; 970AD--Semmar,St. Olaf,King of Norway(killed abt 1030AD); 1010AD--Harold; 1050AD---Ealga(Helga); 1080AD-- Gillemvire; 1110AD---Olbaire,Snoice; 1140AD--Rauice; 1170AD--Guille Muire; 1200AD---Leod (first cheif of McLeod Clan (MacLeod)) (Mcleod means son of Leod) , he had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 1200 Tormod McLeod--2nd chief(tormod means normand) ;Torquil--founder of Siol Torquil; Iain or John went to Ireland; Olaus also went to Ireland;one daughter married into the MacRvar family;one daughter married Irish King, they had two sons,(1) Harold took part in fathers coquest of Normandy--direct ancestor of present royal family in Britain-- founder of MacRailds---- Descendents of Siol Tormod--Royal House of Denmark; 1200AD--Leod; abt.1250-1320--Norman; abt. 1290-1370--Malcolm; 1330-1392-- John; 1365-1409--William; 1392-1442--John;1415-1480--William ;abt.1466-1547- -Alexander;1505-1551--William;1541-1602--Mary; 1507-1557--Donald;1509-1585 ---Norman;1560-1595--William;1580-1595--John;1562-1626--Sir Rory Mor;1595- 1649--John;1635-1664--Roderick;1637-1693--John;1674-1699--Roderick;1685- 1706--Norman;1704-1706--John;1705-1772--Norman;1754-1801--Norman;1788- 1835--John Norman;1812-1895--Norman;1839-1929--Norman Magnus;1847- 1935--Sir Reginald;1878-1982--Dame Flora; John is now chief of McLeod clan. Leod and descendents of Siol Torquil--- Leod;Torquil;Norman;Torquil;Malcolm; Roderick;Torquil;Roderick;Torquil,Malcolm;Roderick Colinization -Celtic-Gaelic language-Scotish Kilts & brogue. Colonial records states Norman Sr a Freeholder living in Anson county . He is buried at Killean, Richmond County, NC Biography: Martha Norris McLeod,Roderick Donald McLeod: "The Confederate and The Judge",The Clan Macleod Magazine,Vol.III,No.22,p.103. Among the many emifrants who left the Isle of Skye in the year 1770 was Norman McLeod,who settled near Fayetteville,North Carolina. He brought with him his wife,three sons and two daughters. His sons were: Norman,John and Roderick. A forth son,Daniel, was born in America. The native language was Gaelic and the girls never learned to speak English even after coming to America.
Clan MacLeod Society Emigrant List
COLONIAL AND STATE RECORD OF NC, roll #33, L Andrea Collection
Filby,P William and Mary K Meyer.PASSENGER AND IMMIGRATION LIST INDEX Vol2 Detroit, Michigan . Gale Research Co, Book Tower,1981 Grant,Isabel Frances.
THE CLAN MCLEOD, THE HISTORY AND THE CLAN.Clan MacLeod Society Publication,1956 Lee, Lawrence.
THE LOWER CAPE FEAR IN COLONIAL DAYS.Chapel Hill,NC The University of NCPress ,1965 Lefler,
Hugh T and William S Powell. COLONIAL NORTH CAROLINA ; A HISTORY NY Charles Scribner's Sons,
1973 McLeod, Canon RD THE MCLEOD OF DUNVEGAN.Glasgow. The Clan McLeod Society,1927 Register, Alvaretta Kenan.
1784-1787 STATE CENSUS OF RICHMOND COUNTY, NC. Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, 1974 Rennis, James Alan. THE SCOTTISH PEEOPLE: THEIR CLANS, FAMILIES, AND ORIGINS. London: Hutchinson of London,
1960 Saunders, William L. THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF NC. Secretary of State, Vol.X 1775-1776
Stephenson, Jean SCOTCH-IRISH MIGRATION TO SC 1772 . Strasburg,Vermont, Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc 1971
Whyte, Donald. A DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH EMIGRANTS TO THE US. Baltimore, MD Magna Carta Book Co, 1981 Calcutt, Elizabeth Leach
Cummings, Mary Alice Evans
Evans, Mildred Jane Boone
Hegg, Sadie Leach
Leach, John Albert
Matthews, Marion F
Notes for JEANNET MORRISON:
From Scotland. They came to North Carolina in 1772. They were listed as Scottish Imigrants to the US (Whyte, p.321, and by the Clan MacLeod Society publication.
Children of NORMAN MACLEOD and JEANNET MORRISON are:
2. i. JOHN29 MCLEOD, b. March 15, 1772, Glenelg, Scotland; d. September 10, 1829, Kershaw District, SC.
3. ii. NORMAN MACLEOD,JR, b. February 05, 1775, Isle Of Skye,Scotland, United Kingdom; d. 1828, Darlington County,SC.
iii. JAMES MCLEOD.
iv. RODERICK MCLEOD, b. Aft. March 1775, Scotland.
Notes for RODERICK MCLEOD:
Born after 1770 in Scotland, listed as R-75 by Clan MacLeod Society publication. The A DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH EMIGRANTS TO THE USA, as listed by Donald Whyte was givin before. The Clan MacLeod publication of the Norman McLeod Family was stated in the first part and with John McLeod. R-75 Roderick, son of Norman N-85. born in Scotland after 1770. Family notes written by Mildred Jane Boone Evans before her death in 1948 stated that Norman McLeod, her great grandfather, had three brothers. She listed them as Roderick, Daniel, and James. This information was provided to Una McLeod Hoffmann by Mrs Mary Alice Evans Cummings. Nell McLeeod researched the literature in 1920-1930 and found Norman's three brothers. In review of the literature, there were many Rodericj McLeods in North Carolina who later migrated to South Carolina. Positive identification cannot be established at this time.
v. DAUGHTER MCLEOD.
vi. DAUGHTER MCLEOD.
4. vii. DANIEL MCLEOD, b. 1780, Fayetteville, NC; d. Kershaw District, SC.
Generation No. 2
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