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a website for the descendants of Angus and Nancy McCutchen MacLeod~~

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Norman McLeod of Virginia and Gallia County Ohio

This page has been created as a companion page to the FTDNA R-L165/S68 Project ; the information comes from various Internet sources, the ACMS Project at FTDNA, and emails from the participants. It is also included as part of the "OTHER MACLEODS" section of the "Walking with ghosts" Genealogy Site.



YDNA Results and Analysis

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ABOUT THIS BRANCH
Haplotype: Edward b. 1815 Ohio
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27949 Scotland to Va (Edward McLeod son of Norman born bef. 1775) 13 25 14 11 11 14 12 12 12 13 13 29 16 9 10 11 11 26 15 19 31 14 15 15 16 - - - - - - - - - - - -
27950 Scotland to Va (Edward McLeod son of Norman born bef. 1775) 13 25 14 11 11 14 12 12 12 13 13 29 16 9 10 11 11 26 15 19 31 14 15 15 16 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 17 37 38 11 12

Analysis

The Deduced Ancestral Haplotype represented here is that of Edward Tupper McLeod, son of Norman MacLeod/McLeod (Scotland to Va to Gallia County Ohio). In order to determine the Deduced Ancestral Haplotype of Norman, it would be necessary to test descendants of his other sons and triangulate the results.

Markers 1 - 25 Genetic Distance of 1 (0 to our family)

DYS 459b = 10: This marker toggled between "10" and "11" in the earliest days of the ACMS Project but stabilized to "11" in the year 2008. The "age" of this mutation in the descendants of Norman MacLeod pre-dates his estimated birth year of 1775 (our family the mutation appears to predate 1783).

Markers 26 - 37 Genetic Distance of 3 (2 to our family)

CDY = 37/38: This is considered a "volatile" marker in the project with many kits missing the combination of 37/37 that is carried by the majority of the related kits. Convergent or "parallel" mutations are seen within known families; upgrading the first kit to 37 markers would define the "age" of the "38" at CDYb. If both members of this family have "38" it pre-dates Norman MacLeod - if the other kit has "37" it took place in a generation since their MRCA b. 1815 in Ohio (see Genealogy below).

DYS 442 = 11: An "11" is seen in only one other Kit in the project (115676/WDZGN Harris) and based upon other information can be considered a convergent or "parallel" mutation and not an indication of branching; upgrading the first kit to 37 markers would define the "age" of the "11" at DYS 442. If both members of this family have "11" it pre-dates Norman MacLeod - if the other kit has "12" it took place in a generation since their MRCA b. 1815 in Ohio (see Genealogy below).

Markers 38-67 Genetic Distance of 5 (4 to our family)

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MacLeod Project Modal
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ABOUT THIS BRANCH
Haplotype: Edward b. 1815 Ohio
11 09 15 16 08 10 10 08 10 10 13 23 23 16 10 12 12 16 08 12 22 20 16 12 11 13 11 11 12 12

DYS 425 - 13: This is a Unique Mutation Event not seen in any other Kit in the related group; upgrading the first kit to 67 markers would define the "age" of the "13" at DYS 425. If both members of this family have "13" it pre-dates Norman MacLeod - if the other kit has "12" it took place in a generation since their MRCA b. 1815 in Ohio (see Genealogy below).

DYS 446 = 16: This is a significant marker in the MacLeod Project Haplotype as it differs from the modal allele in P312 and R-L165. One other kit in the Related Group also has the "16" here. That kit (36758 - Colbost) is a 67-2 from our family and a 67-4 (DYS 459b=11) from this family; upgrading the first kit to 67 markers would define the "age" of the "16" at DYS 446. If both members of this family have "16" it pre-dates Norman MacLeod - if the other kit has "15" it took place in a generation since their MRCA b. 1815 in Ohio (see Genealogy below).



Genealogy and Research

Norman McLeod of Gallia, Ohio was born Before 1775 in Scotland. He died Bet. 1820 and 1830 in Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio United States of America. He was probably married to Mary Ann Humphries b. abt. 1769 in either Augusta County Virginia or the newly formed Botetourt Co. Virginia (formed from Augusta County in 1770), British Colony. The Mary Ann he was married to died after 1850 in Marshall County Kentucky (1850 Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., District 1 Page 471 Census Year 1850, , William Thornton 48 M farmer $200 b. Va. (#557 is brother Edward McLeod) Elizabeth 43 F farmer b. Ohio George W. 19 M b. Va. Norman E. 15 M b. Va. David 12 M b. Va. Mary A. 10 F b. Va. Elizabeth 3 F b. Va. Nancy C. 1 F b. Va. Mary N. McLeod 81 M b. Va. ( Mary Ann Humphries)

Used for Marriage Sources:

Augusta County Virginia Records 1790 - 1800 - Norman McCloud (likely formed from the 1787 tax records used to create the 1790 Census)

The Norman McLeod in Augusta County is likely to be the Norman McLeod who married Mary Ann Humphries, daughter of Uriah Humphries who is also found in Augusta County Records {Augusta Co., Judgments, OS 2, NS1 Uriah Humphries vs. Hollingsworth, Johnston & Co.}

Botetourt County Virginia was established in 1770 from Augusta and Rockbridge counties. Mary Ann McCloud/McLeod was born cr. 1769 in Virginia according to the 1850 Marshall County Kentucky Census (see above) - therefore, she may have been born in either Augusta County or Botentorte County.....most records of her father state Botentorte County even those which predate the formation of a county by that name. Records for Uriah Humphries and Norman McCloud may be found in both counties. From 1771 - 1792, Uriah's name appears on "almost every page" of the Botetourt County Order Book and he held a variety of county positions (Surveyor, Overseer of the Road, and Deputy Sheriff).[JosHumphries.FTW]

Clarke County, GA By 1805, Uriah and his second wife Nancy had moved to Georgia. Uriah wrote his will on July 26, 1816 in Clarke County, GA where it is filed in Will Book A, pp. 83-88).

RECORD OF URIAH HUMPHRIES IN WHICH HE NAMES MARY ANN MCLEOD [JosHumphries.FTW]

Clarke Co., GA. Court House Records...Will Book-A Humphries, Uriah (father of Mary Ann Humphires McLeod) Last Will and Testament dated July 26, 1816. Caveat overruled and will admitted to probate March 21,1818. States that his three daughters Leddy, Polly and Mariah, have already been provided for. Bequeaths to wife Nancy, and son Joseph, dau. Patsy, son Elijah, son Presley, son Mattison, and dau. Julia Ann Humphries. He states "I have had a number of children by another woman in Va. before I came to GA.; all have been provided for, but they will probably try to claim a portion of my estate. Their names are

Mary Ann McLeod, Betsy Tigner Henderson, Nancy Kimberling, Judy Lane, George Washington Humphries,Uriah Humphries.

Exe. William Cole Stevens and Edward Paine.

RECORD OF THE PROBATE COURT IN WHICH CHILDREN FROM FIRST MARRIAGE OF URIAH HUMPHRIES CONTEST HIS WILL - NORMAN AND MARY ANN MCLEOD BOTH ARE PLAINTIFFS AND SIGNED THE DOCUMENT. Recorded, December 23, 1819 [JosHumphries.FTW]

Probate Court Clarke Co., GA- Book I-pg. 171, Simeon Lane and Judith, his wife, George W. Humphries, James Kimberling, and Nancy, his wife, and Alexander Henderson and Betsy, his wife and Norman McCloud and Marion his wife, Heirs of Uriah Humphries, late of said county deceased devers good causes us thereunto moving have constituted and appoint and by these presents do constitute and appoint George Swain, Jr. our true Attorney-- heir claim tract of land 800 acres in Jackson Co., on Beach Creek. Land in Clarke on Turkey Creek purchased by Uriah of Ignatus Few. Tract of land on Sandy Creek, partly in Jackson and partly in Franklin 700 acres. Land at Gum Spring- Clarke Co., and all others in GA., which Uriah had at the time of his death.

Signed: Simeon Lane, Judith Lane, G.W. Humphries, James Kimberling for Nancy Kimberling, Alexander Henderson, Betsy Henderson, Norman McCloud, Maryann McCloud

Gallia County Ohio {Gallipolis Twp Ohio}

A Norman McLeod appears as Normand McCloud in the 1800 according to at least 2 sources, yet neither appears to have actually seen the record. The first verified census record is in Gallia County Ohio in 1820, but he appears in tax and other records of that county in 1806, 1810 & 1814 and through 1818. DATE: 03/13/1997 SUBMITTER: Rick Mc Callister

Census and other records of his children reveal the following:

Colin McLeod b. Dec 29, 1789 Virginia; Mary McLeod b. Jan 16, 1792 Virginia; Jane McLeod born May 30, 1794 Virginia still living in Virginia in 1850 married to Adam Griffith - they married bef 1822; Diana McLeod who was born Dec 30, 1796 Virginia Norman McLeod Jr. stated in the 1850 Census that he was born in Ohio; he gave his age as 51 (birth year 1798/79)- his birth date is given by descendants as Mar 28, 1799 in Ohio. From this point on all children are shown as being born in Ohio. It is obvious that born either in Va. or Ohio, he (Norman Jr.) was an infant during the earliest days of the family's residence in Ohio.

It is entirely possible that Norman McLeod (Sr.) would be shown in records of both his former county and state of residence and a current one for the same year. Two possibilities exist - he still owned property in the State of Virginia on which he paid taxes and/or enumeration in Virginia took place earlier than enumeration in the State of Ohio. We have in our own family an enumeration for one Jesse L. McLeod in both Charleston and in Sumter in the year 1920. Although the presence of a Norman McLeod in 1800 Augusta County Virginia and also in 1800 Gallia County Ohio could indicate two Norman's - both of whom may have been married to women named Mary Ann - should give reason for caution until further evidence is found, it is not enough evidence to definitively state that they were two separate men.


1820 CENSUS Name: Norman Mcloud Township: Perry County: Gallia State: OH Year: 1820 Roll: M33_88 Page: 53 Image Number: 78

(under 10)- 1 Edward aged 5 ; (16-26) - 2 Norman aged 21 and George aged 19; (45 up 1) = 1 Norman McLeod birth year BEFORE 1775

(under 10) - 1 Sarah aged 8; (10-16) - 2 Nancy aged 11 and Elizabeth aged 13; (16-26) - 1 Isabel aged 16; (45 up) - 1 Mary Ann Humphries birth year BEFORE 1775

Note: One researcher shows Mary Ann's birth year range as 26-45, not sure which is the truth
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1830 NORMAN MCLEOD JR. AND WIDOWED MARY ANN HUMPRIES MCLEOD
Township: Perry County: Gallia State: Ohio Year: 1830 Roll: M19_131 Page: 144 Image: 295

1 male child under age 5 - UNKNOWN POSSIBLY A GRANDCHILD?; 1 male aged 15-20 LIKELY TO BE BROTHER EDWARD AGED 15; 1 male aged 30-40 NORMAN MCLEOD JR.; 1 female aged 15-20 LIKELY TO BE SISTER SARAH AGED 18; 1 female aged 20 -30 IRENE GATES MCLEOD; 1 female aged 50 - 60 MARY ANN HUMPHRIES MCLEOD


Children of Norman and Mary Ann

1. Colin McLeod b. Dec 29, 1789 Probably in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States of America - possibly served as Private in the War of 1812 with 2nd Regiment (Stafford's), Ohio Militia Rootsweb World Connect Database ID, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwhitloc&id=I5357, Contact Greg Whitlock as received from Sandy Fowler Edwards. Contact Greg Whitlock as received from Sandy Fowler Edwards /CFJohnson

2. Mary McLeod b. Jan 16, 1792 Probably Botetourt County, Virginia, United States of America d. May 03, 1876 Boone County, Iowa married May 19, 1813 to Nehimiah Knox who died before 1819 when she married Abraham Cline who was born Mar 03, 1789 and who died Nov 23, 1883 in Boone County, IowaRootsweb World Connect Database ID, , http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwhitloc&id=I8360, Contact: Greg Whitlock who received information from Sandy Edwards./CFJohnson

Children of Abram CLINE/Mary McLEOD:

1. George Washington b.25 Aug 1820 Gallia , Co. OH

2. Joseph John William b.23 Nov 1822 Gallia Co. OH

3. Edward Matthias b.6 Dec 1827 Wood Co. VA

4. Nancy Jane b.19 Nov 1829 Wood Co. VA

5. Norman Lawrence b.12 Nov 1831 Wood Co. VA d.11 Jul 1911

6. Abram M. b.18 Jun 1835 Fairfield, OH d. 9 Sep 1887 IA

7. Irena b.14 Aug 1837 Jay Co. IN d.14 Oct 1908 Boone Co. IA

http://genforum.genealogy.com/mcleod/messages/2102.html Re: Norman McLeod b. ca 1760 Posted by: Howard Fitzpatrick (ID *****8299) Date: May 26, 2005 at 12:30:03 In Reply to: Re: Norman McLeod b. ca 1760 by Robert Wallace of 2255

Mary McLeod b. 16 Jan 1792 was the third child and 1st daughter of Norman McLeod and Mary Ann Humphries. I've roughly calculated Norman as being born before 1770 because according to direct family lore Norman and two brothers jumped ship and swan ashore towards the end of the Rev. War. Norman would have to have been old enough and strong enough to swim ashore from a ship off the coast. I have Mary married Nehemiah Knox on 19 May 1813. I have nothing else on Mary or Nehemiah. He conceivably died, and she then married Abram Cline.

I have the cemetery books of four Gallia County townships and found no Nehemiah Knox or Abram Cline in them.

It's unknown where or when Norman b. bef 1760 died. Mary Ann appears in the 1850 Marshal Co. KY census living in her daughter's home, Elizabeth Thornton. Feel free to contact me directly at rwallace15@comcast.net. Bob Wallace

3. Jane McLeod born May 30, 1794 in Probably Botetourt County, Virginia, United States of America and died Mar 26, 1883 in Lincoln County, West Virginia married to Adam Griffith who was born Abt. 1784 in Franklin County, Virginia, United States of America and died Feb 16, 1863 in Meadow Fork, Brier Creek, Kanawha County Virginia CFJohnson

1850 Kanawha County Virginia Census

Griffith, Adam, 64, born 1786 in Va., Farmer
Griffith, Jane, 55
Griffith, Norman, 28
Griffith, Adam, 21
Griffith, William, 18
Griffith, Elizabeth, 14
Griffith, Colin,

1860 Kanawha County Virginia Census

Griffith, Adam, 80
Griffith, Jane, 68
Griffith, Colin, 20, Boatman

Children:

Mary Ann "Polly" GRIFFITH b: 1811 in Gallia County, OH
Cassandra GRIFFITH b: 21 JUL 1813 in Cobbs Creek, Lincoln County, WV
Dianna GRIFFITH b: 1818 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
Norman GRIFFITH b: 1822 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
George Washington GRIFFITH b: 1824 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
Nancy GRIFFITH b: 1827 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
Adam Jackson GRIFFITH b: OCT 1829 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
William Alexander GRIFFITH b: 5 NOV 1831 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
Elizabeth J. GRIFFITH b: 1836 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA
Colin Elwood GRIFFITH b: 27 AUG 1840 in Brier Creek, Kanawha County, VA

4. Diana McLeod who was born Dec 30, 1796 Wood County???, Virginia and died Dec 12, 1860 in Vermillion County, Indiana. She married on Dec 15, 1815 in Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio to William Skinner born Aug 08, 1795 in Canada and died Oct 14, 1830 in Vermillion County, Indiana Rootsweb World Connect Database ID, , , , http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwhitloc&id=I5363, Contact: Greg Whitlock who received it from Sandy Fowler Edwards. CFJohnson

1830 Census Indiana, Vermillion Co.

William Skinner M0-5 2x M5-10 1x M10-15 1x M30-40 1x
F0-5 1x F10-15 2x F30-40 1x

Census Place Indiana, Vermillion Co., Highland Twp. Census Year 1850 Visit #288-288

Deanna Skinner F 50 b. Va. $2000
Nancy Skinner F 28 b. Ohio
Henry Skinner F 25 farmer b. Ind.
Harriet A. Skinner F 19 b. Ind.

Census Place Indiana Vermillion Co., Highland Twp. P.O. Perrysville Census Year 1860

Henry Skinner M 32 farmer r.e. $3000 pers. val. $2200 b. Ind.
Diana F 65 b Ohio
Nancy Cline F 40 b. Ohio
Harriett Boggs F 11 b. Ind.

Children
Norman Skinner b: 11 Mar 1816 in Ohio
Nancy Skinner b: 23 Oct 1818 in Ohio
Diana Skinner b: 24 Feb 1820
William P. Skinner Jr. b: 5 May 1823
Henry Skinner b: 22 Nov 1825
Lewis Skinner b: 13 May 1828
Clarissa Skinner b: 15 Aug 1830
Harriett Abigale Skinner b: 15 Aug 1830 in Vermillion County, Indiana

5. Norman McLeod Jr. born Mar 28, 1799 in Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio Maine, United States of America and died Apr 20, 1853 Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio buried Hulbert Cemetery, Highway 141, Gallia County, Ohio. He married Irene Gates born Mar 26, 1806 and died Mar 21, 1849 Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio Rootsweb World Connect Database ID, , http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwhitloc&id=I1091, Contact: Greg Whitlock who received information from Charles Talbot. CFJohnson

1820 CENSUS Name: Norman Mcloud (father) Township: Perry County: Gallia State: OH Year: 1820 Roll: M33_88 Page: 53 Image Number: 78

(under 10)- 1 Edward aged 5
(10-16) - 0
(16-18) - 0
(16-26) - 2 Norman aged 21 and George aged 19
(26-45) - 0
(45 up 1) - 1 Norman McLeod birth year BEFORE 1775

(under 10) - 1 Sarah aged 8
(10-16) - 2 Nancy aged 11 and Elizabeth aged 13
(16-26) - 1 Isabel aged 16
(26-45) - 0
(45 up) - 1 Mary Ann Humphries birth year BEFORE 1775

1830 NORMAN MCLEOD JR. AND WIDOWED MARY ANN HUMPRIES MCLEOD
Gallia County Ohio Census (Perry) Ohio Name: Mc Cloud, Norman (himself)
Township: Perry County: Gallia State: Ohio Year: 1830 Roll: M19_131 Page: 144 Image: 295


Under 5 - 1 child? no known children under 5 in 1830
5-10 - 0 5-10 - 0
10-15 - 0 10-15 - 0
15-20 - 1 Likely to be brother, Edward (13) 15-20 - 1 Likely to be sister, Sarah (12)
20-30 - 0 20-30 1 Irene Gates, wif e
30-40 - 1 Norman 30-40
40-50 - 0
50-60 - 1 Mary Ann Humpheries

Census Place Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio Census, Census Year 1850, P45 Visit 1899:
Norman McLeod 52 M farmer $2000 b. Ohio;
Louisa McLeod 19 F b. Ohio;
Norman McLeod 17 M farmer b. Ohio;
Andrew J. McLeod 13 M b. Ohio;
Robert McLeod 11 M b. Ohio;
Thomas McLeod 9 M b. Ohio;
James McLeod 4 M b. Ohio;
Mary Underwood 64 F b. Va. (perhaps a housekeeper)

6. George Washington McLeod born Oct 11, 1801 in Perry Township, Gallia Ohio and died Mar 23, 1886 in Marshall County Kentucky United States of America. He married Nancy Cannady Goheen on Sep 08, 1836 who was born Jun 21, 1811 in Tennessee and died Mar 21, 1854 in Marshall County Kentucky United States of America. CFJohnso

Census Place Kentucky, Calloway Co. Page 80 Census Year 1840,
George W. McLeod Male aged 30-40;
1x Female aged 20-30 1x Female aged 15-20 1x Female aged 0-5 2x

Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., Briensburg Page 160 Census Year 1860,
G.W. McLeod 55 M farmer $2600 $3400 b. Ohio Visit #1109
53 F keeping house b. Tenn.
18 M farmer b. Ky. (Norman)
N. 19 F b. Ky. (Nancy)
E. 17 F b. Ky. (Elizabeth)
? (unreadable) 12 M b. Ky.
J 10 M b. Ky.

Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., Bishop Dist. Fairdealing P.O. Page 292a Census Year 1870,
George W. McLeod 68 M farmer b. Oh. R.E. value $2000 pers. Value $1750
Mehala 64 F keeps house b. Tenn.
Nancy K 29 F at home b. Ky.
Priscilla 21 F at home b. Ky.

Census Place Marshall County, Birmingham EN 208 District 1 page 18 (191b) Census Year 1880, Geo. McLeod M 68 (probably 78) M b. Oh. Widower farmer f.b. Scot m.b.Va.
(next door Ann Griffith 43 widow and ch. Nellie, Collin, and William, family
of Norman Griffith, son of George?s sister Mary Jane Griffith)


7. Isabelle McLeod born Oct 16, 1804 - no further information CFJohnson

8. Elizabeth McLeod born Mar 27, 1807 and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 Marshall County Kentucky United States of America married to William Thornton born Bet. 1800 - 1810 Virginia or Ohio (Census Records Differ) CFJohnson

Children:

George W. Thornton b: 1831 in Virginia
Norman E. Thornton b: 1835 in Virginia
David A. Thornton b: 1838 in Virginia
Mary A. Thornton b: 1840 in Virginia
Elizabeth Thornton b: 1843 in Virginia
Nancy C. Thornton b: 1849 in Virginia

Census Place Virginia, Mason Co. Census Year 1840,

William Thornton MALE AGED 30-40; 1x MALE AGED 0-5; 1x MALE AGED 5-10 ; 2x FEMALES AGED 0-5 ; 1x FEMALE 20-30 (ELIZABETH MCLEOD) .

1850 Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., District 1 Page 471 Census Year 1850, ,

William Thornton 48 M farmer $200 b. Va. (#557 is brother Edward McLeod)
Elizabeth 43 F farmer b. Ohio
George W. 19 M b. Va.
Norman E. 15 M b. Va.
David 12 M b. Va.
Mary A. 10 F b. Va.
Elizabeth 3 F b. Va.
Nancy C. 1 F b. Va.
Mary N. McLeod 81
M b. Va. ( Mary Ann Humphries)

Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., Fair Dealing P164 Census Year 1860,

M. Thornton 61 M farmer $1500 $700 b. Va. Visit #1135
E. 60 F keeping house b. Va.
G.W. 30 M farmer b. Va. (George)
N.E. 25 M farmer b. Va. (Norman)
D. 23 M farmer b. Va. (David)
M.A. 22 F b. Va. (Mary Ann)
J.J. 13 F b. Va.
N.E. 11 F b. Va.
C.C. 9 F b. Va.
(very difficult to read with just initials ages obviously inconsistent).

Census Place Marshall County, Kentucky Census Year 1870,

William Thornton 69 M farmer $300 pers. value b. Va.
Norman 34 M farmer $800 $200 b. Va.
Nancy 31 F keeping house b. Va.
Richards, John 36 M farmer b. NY

9. Nancy McLeod b. Sep 16, 1809 CFJohnson

Census Place: Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio Census Year 1820, , 1820 CENSUS Name: Norman Mcloud Township: Perry County: Gallia State: OH Year: 1820 Roll: M33_88 Page: 53 Image Number: 78

(under 10)- 1 Edward aged 5 ; (16-26) -
2 Norman aged 21 and George aged 19;
(45 up 1) -
1 Norman McLeod birth year BEFORE 1775 (under 10) -
1 Sarah aged 8; (10-16) - 2
Nancy aged 11 and Elizabeth aged 13; (16-26) -
1 Isabel aged 16; (45 up) -
1 Mary Ann Humphries birth year BEFORE 1775.

10. Sarah McLeod b. Jul 12, 1812 CFJohnson

Census Place: Perry Township, Gallia County, Ohio Census Year 1820, , 1820 CENSUS Name: Norman Mcloud Township: Perry County: Gallia State: OH Year: 1820 Roll: M33_88 Page: 53 Image Number: 78

(under 10)- 1 Edward aged 5 ; (16-26) -
2 Norman aged 21 and George aged 19;
(45 up 1) -
1 Norman McLeod birth year BEFORE 1775 (under 10) -
1 Sarah aged 8; (10-16) - 2
Nancy aged 11 and Elizabeth aged 13; (16-26) -
1 Isabel aged 16; (45 up) -
1 Mary Ann Humphries birth year BEFORE 1775.

1830 NORMAN MCLEOD JR. AND WIDOWED MARY ANN HUMPRIES MCLEOD
Gallia County Ohio Census (Perry) Ohio Name: Mc Cloud, Norman (himself)
Township: Perry County: Gallia State: Ohio Year: 1830 Roll: M19_131 Page: 144 Image: 295


Under 5 - 1 child? no known children under 5 in 1830
5-10 - 0 5-10 - 0
10-15 - 0 10-15 - 0
15-20 - 1 Likely to be brother, Edward (13) 15-20 - 1 Likely to be sister, Sarah (12)
20-30 - 0 20-30 1 Irene Gates, wif e
30-40 - 1 Norman 30-40
40-50 - 0
50-60 - 1 Mary Ann Humpheries

11. Edward White Tupper McLeod b. Abt. 1815 Gallia County Ohio d. Aft. 1860 Probably Marshall County, Kentucky married to Elizabeth Johnson (Kit 27949) b. Abt. 1815 in Ohio d. Bet. 1850 - 1860 in Marshall County, Kentucky DNA Participants of this line. CFJohnson

Census Place Kentucky, Marshall Co., District 1 Page 471 Census Year 1850,

Edward W. T. McLeod 35 M farmer $600 b. Ohio (Visit #557 is sister Elizabeth and possibly mother, Mary Ann McLeod aged 81)
Elizabeth 35 F b. Ohio
Norman 14 M b. Ohio
Edward 5 M b. Ohio
George W. U. 1/12 M b. Ky.
Mary A. 12 F b. Ohio
Elizabeth 10 F b. Ohio
Eliza 7 F b. Ohio
Rosetta 2 F b. Ky. .

1860 Census Ky., Marshall Co. Fair Dealing P164

E. Mc Leod 45 F farmer $2400 $700 b. Ohio Visit #1136 (Widowed)
N. 26 M farmer $600 $300 b. Ohio (Norman)
M. 24 (Mary?)
F b. Oh 18
E. 14 M b. Oh (Edward?)
G. 9 M b. Ky. (George)
J. (unreadable) 6 F b. Ky. (Joseph) return to YDNA Analysis

Edward White Tupper McLeod Marriage 2 Amelia "Milly" JOHNSON (Kit 27950) b: BET 1821 AND 1824 in WV or Ohio Married: ABT 1842 in Gallia Co., Ohio Marriage Beginning Status: Friends

Children

George Edward JOHNSON b: 2 SEP 1843 in OH

Sarah Caroline JOHNSON b: 10 JUL 1847 in KY

Josephine JOHNSON b: 1854

The relationship between these Johnson children and Norman McLeod has been proven through DNA testing of a male descendant of Norman who bears the name McLeod and a male descendant of Norman who bears the name Johnson. They are a perfect 25/25 marker match to each other. One has upgraded his participation to the 67 level of testing and remains within the acceptable distances of the MacLeod Haplotype. return to YDNA Analysis

Edward was named after Edward White Tupper, A Brigd. General in the Ohio Volunteers who served under General Harris in the War of 1812. Edward Tupper died 1823 in Gallipolis, Gallia County Ohio, the son of Bridg. General Benjamin Tupper and Hulda White. Benjamin Tupper was a Bridg. General in the Revolutionary War and died 1792 in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio.

It is a mystery why Norman named his son after Edward Tupper (if Norman was a sailor from the Oxford, forced to muster into the Virginia militia, it may be that he served under the General- LMW) . Information from Sandy Fowler Edwards.

Children:

Norman MacLeod b: 1834/1836 in Ohio
Mary Ann MacLeod b: 1838 in Ohio
Elizabeth MacLeod b: 1840 in Ohio
Eliza MacLeod b: 1842 in Ohio
Edward W. MacLeod b: Feb 1848
Rosetta MacLeod b: 1849 in Kentucky
George William U. MacLeod b: 8 May 1850 in Kentucky
Joseph C. MacLeod b: May 1854 in Kentucky
Caroline MacLeod b: 1857 in Kentucky (not in 1860 Census)
Collin MacLeod b: 1861 in Kentucky


Immigration Legends

"Family tradition is that Norman McLeod came from the Isle of Skye, Inverness, Scotland to the Sussex Co. Virginia." .....The Norman for whom I'm searching supposedly came to Virginia on the British transport Oxford - which was transporting convicts - with two brothers, William and Aneas around the end of Revolutionary War. I've never seen the name Aneas other than in a letter from one of my wife's grandmother's first cousins, Halsey McLeod of Gallia County Ohio, who shared what little information he had learned about the family history from his parents and my wife's great grandmother, Irena Lucinda McLeod Jones.....Posted by: Robert Wallace (ID *****1741) Date: March 02, 2004 at 12:26:02 of 2255 Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Ohio::mcleod::1891.html

Norman Mc Leod res. Gallia Co OH late 1700s-c. 1820 "Looking for info on Norman Mc Leod there is much family lore & "weblore" on this guy probably b. c. 1760-70 maybe on Isle of Skye according to lore, he arrived in Gallia Ohio with a wagon train in 1778 some say that his wife was a local Indian named Nancy Nacapanis; it's also said that he was an immediate relative of the Mac Leod of Mac Leod. In any case, I'm descended from his daughter Mary Jane "Jenny" Mc Leod m. Adam Griffith and settled in Kanawha Co WV most of the family moved on to Marshall Co KY near the mouth of the Cumberland River " Posted by: Rick Mc Callister Date: December 16, 1997 at 20:39:00 http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Ohio::mcleod::1.html

"There was indeed a Mary Ann Humphries, daughter of Uriah, who married a Norman McLeod. She was from Botetourt Co., VA. My Norman McLeod was married to a Mary Ann , born in VA. I have no proof that they are one in the same. With some research in the Georgia records where Uriah moved, I may be able to find out whether or not it is the same. Some of the Norman McLeod researchers list a marriage to a Nancy but the others say not. Our family story is that Norman McLeod stole a horse in Victoria, VA and ran away because he was in trouble with the law. There may or may not be any truth in this, but the Victoria, VA may be promising, otherwise why pass it down?" From: "Jackie McInnis" <mcinnis4@bellsouth.net> To: dillysdillys@yahoo.com Subject: McLeod Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2006 19:16:02 -0400


British Transport Ship "The Oxford" - Immigration Legend

A letter exists in which a descendant states that this Norman MAY have come over on the British Transport Ship "The Oxford". This ship was captured by the American Revolutionary Forces in 1776 and all seaman/passengers were apparently taken captive and later dispursed throughout Virginia.

UPDATE February 2009 - THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM MCCLOUD (1759-1820) OF SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA AND : "THE HIGHLAND PRISONERS. Journal of Committee of Safety June 5, 1776-July 5, 1776; Monday the 24th of June 1776." In Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, vol. 5:1 (July 1923), pp. 59-63. Page: 62. Apparently, this ship carried the 42 Highland Regiment/Urquhart The 42 Highland regiment which left Greenwich, Scotland on May 1,1776. The ship Oxford was seized Monday the 24th of June 1776

The McLeods/McCleod's captured aboard the ship were sent to the following counties in Virginia:

Albermarle County - Roderick McCleod
Amelia County - No McLeods of any spelling
Amherst County - Patrick, Alexander, Kenneth - all McCleod
Berkeley County - Murdoch McLeod, John McLeod
Buckingham County - Donald McLeod Sr., Donald McLeod Junr.
Culpepper County - Alexander McLeod, John McLeod
Cumberland County - Roderick McLeod
Farquier County - No McLeods of any spelling
**Frederick County - No McLeods of any spelling**see below
Gouchland County - No McLeods of any spelling
Loudon County - John McLeod, John McLeod Jr.
Louisa County - No McLeods of any spelling
Orange County - No McLeods of any spelling
Sussex County - No McLeods of any spelling
Winchester Town - Cadet Angus McLeod, Sergts. William and Norman McLeod

**The printing of the document was off centered/columned but it appears that Winchestor was/is a Town in Frederick County but was separated from that county in the detailed listing of counties. This separation appears to be because the men sent to the Town were of ranking in the British military and were to held as POW's whereas the remainder of the men were to be used in the militia of the county to which they were sent.

The following was found regarding Winchester on Wikipedia:

"During the Revolutionary War, the Virginia House of Burgesses chose local resident and French and Indian War veteran Daniel Morgan to raise a company of militia to support General George Washington's efforts during the Siege of Boston. The 96 men of "Morgan's Sharpshooters", led by Morgan, assembled in Winchester on 14 July 1775 and marched to Boston in 21 days. Morgan, Wood, and others also performed various duties in holding captured prisoners of war, ...... "

Although at least one file on this Norman McLeod states that Aeneus, William and Norman McLeod, all sent to Winchester, were brothers, there appears nothing in the Journal of committee fo Safety record to indicate this. Further, it appears that unlike the other McLeods captured, these three men were held for the duration of the War as POW's in Wichester and possibly in Shepherdstown.

According to Historic Shepherdstown, Woods, on the 21st of February 1781 wrote to Gov. Jefferson that he was unable to feed all the POW's and some were sent to Shepherdstown in Berkeley County (Murdock and John McLeod were sent to that County in 1776) - this book also states that a Bush Farm in Winchester was where many of the POW's were held.

The fact that these three men held rank in the British military indicates they were of some position in Scotland, perhaps related to the MacLeod as one family legend has remembered Norman. YDNA has shown that both our Angus and this Norman are related within genealogically relevant time frames to the MacLeods of Talisker (cr 1559) and the MacLeods of Raasay (pre 1400 according to both YDNA results and Clan History).

What happened to these three men after the war? Were they allowed to remain in America or were they returned to their homeland? Did Norman remain while Angus returned to marry and then immigrate sometime between 1783 and 1790?

It was previously speculated that Angus MacLeod of the 1820 Sumter District South Carolina Census was possibly the Angus of "The Oxford" - however, research has revealed the following:

UPDATE: JUNE 2011 - According to the following Rootsweb WorldConnect Database which appears well researched - Angus of "The Oxford" died in 1808 in Amherst and was father to two children Angus McLeod Jr. born BET 1780 AND 1784 in Amherst County, VA and Tabitha McLeod Clements born in VA- his son in law was Executor to his Estate.Title: Virginia Clements Marriages and Wills Information, Recipient: Smith, Randy, Address: St. Louis, Missouri, Author E-mail: grclem@mo-net.com Abbrev: Clements Marr. info Author: Clements, Gary Publication: 1999 Page: Marriage Register of Amherst Co., VA: Jonathon H. Clements to Tabitha McCloud 3 Jan 1802 William Clements as father of the husband Anguish McCloud as father of the wife Relative witness: Bartlett Clements [bro.] and William Tomlinson [hus. to Betsy Clements]

Neil Smith's Missouri/Virginia Family

Angus MCCLOUD Sr. Death: ABT SEP 1808 in Amherst County, VA Birth: EST 1745 in Scotland # Probate: 17 OCT 1808 Amherst County, VA; $500 administrative bond was granted to his son Angus McCloud, Jr. and son-in-law John H. Clements Source: Title: Amherst County, Virginia Wills and Inventories, Record Type: Wills and Inventories, Volume: 4 Abbrev: Amherst Co, VA Wills Bk 4 Publication: 1801-1810 Repository: Name: Library of Virginia; Page: 535, $500 administrative bond for estate of Angus McClout Dec'd on 17 Oct 1808

17 Sep 1804 Angush McCloud to Ambrose Tomlinson for 90 pounds tract of land on north fork of Buffaloe River containing 100a, said tract granted to Angush McCloud by patent bearing date 7 Sep 1796; 19a by patent on 27 Sep 1796, 73a on north side of North Fork of Buffaloe River. Signed by Angush McCloud, Source: rec. 17 Sep 1804. # Page: 112, Angus McCloud to Ambrose Tomlinson, 100a granted to Angus by patent dated 7 Sep 1796, and 19a granted by patent 27 Sep 1796 # Title: Amherst County, Virginia Deeds, Record Type: Deeds, Volume: L Abbrev: Amherst Co, VA Deeds Bk L Publication: 1807-1811 Repository: Name: Library of Virginia Page: 149, indenture 19 Sep 1808 between Hugh Campbell and wife Elizabeth to Angus McClout and John H. Clements

Indenture 19 Sep 1808 between Hugh Campbell & Elizabeth his wife of 1st part and Angus McClout and John H. Clements of other part, all of Amherst Co. 50 pounds 8 shillings for tract of land on east side of long mountain and South Fork of Buffaloe River 48a by patten in Neile Campbells name on 20 Jun 1772. rec. same date. Note in margin; Ex'd & wd Jno. H. Clements the 7th of Feb 1810. # Page: 114 A# Title: Amherst County, Virginia Deeds, Record Type: Deeds, Volume: L Abbrev: Amherst Co, VA Deeds Bk L Publication: 1807-1811 Repository: Name: Library of Virginia Page: 149, indenture 19 Sep 1808 between Hugh Campbell and wife Elizabeth to Angus McClout and John H. Clements

It appears that there is some substantial evidence that he was the Cadet Aeneus MacLeod who was captured aboard "The Oxford"; however, it remains unclear as to what that evidence is - the Cadets were sent to Winchester Town in Frederick County and apparently held there for the duration of the War. Whether Norman of Gallia County Ohio is the Norman of "The Oxford" is still to be determined. LMW

THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM MCCLOUD (1759-1820) OF SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA indicates that it is believed that the William who was captured and sent to Winchester may have remained in the county of Frederick as a William McLeod is found there in the 1787 Tax Rolls which served as the first census for the new country.

However, there was a William McLeod also found in Richmond County and one (of whom the book is written) found Spotsylvania County records for that year. A William McCloud was found earlier in 1783 Amherst County Records.


Virginia Records-

Accomach County - (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

1738-1740 Alexander McLeod - a member of Gooch's American Regiment 1738-1739 - died March 16 1740 - Wife Rachell

Albermarle County

1776 Highland Prisoner from the Oxford - Roderick McCleod - no further information

Amherst County - (1776 Highland Prisoners - Patrick, Alexander, Kenneth - all McCleod)

1783 William McCloud

1784 John McCloud

1790 - An Anquish McLeod paid taxes on two hogs in the Lexinton Parrish. No tithables (free males over 16/slaves of any age or gender) - Apparently referenced in the "Highland Prisoners" article of the Highlander Magazine of July/August 1984 as THE Angus of the Oxford and a POW held at Wincester. Whether this was proven with documentation or just conjecture is unknown.

1791 - 1794 Anguish McLeod 1 tithable

1795 - Anguish McLeod 2 tithables

1796 - 1803 - Anguish McLeod 1 tithable

Augusta County (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

1790 - 1800 - Norman McCloud (likely formed from the 1787 tax records used to create the 1790 Census)

Possibly the Sergt. Norman McLeod captured aboard the Oxford and held as a POW in Winchester Town Fredrick County Va as a POW for the duration of the Revolutionary War.

The Norman McLeod in Augusta County is likely to be the Norman McLeod who married (by 1787) Mary Ann Humphries, daughter of Uriah Humphries who is also found in Augusta County Records {Augusta Co., Judgements, OS 2, NS1 Uriah Humphries vs. Hollingsworth, Johnston & Co.}

Note: Botentorte County where records are also found for Uriah Humphries and where Mary Ann was supposedly born was formed from Augusta County in 1770 - which may explain why records are found in both counties until Norman moved to Ohio.

Essex - (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

A Torkal/Torkil McLeod purchased land on August 21 1751 - designated as McLeod of Essex - he died cr. March 17 1752 - he left a daughter Ann b. in 1742 who married William Marshall.

Farquire County (no McLeod highland prisoners sent to this county)

Marriages:

1780 William McLeod married Jane Bowmen
1790 Martin McLeod married Nancy Folks

1790 - John McCloud

Fredrick County

Winchester Town - Cadet Angus McLeod and Sergts. William and Norman McLeod of the captured British Transport "Oxford" were sent here in 1776 to be held as Prisoners of War until such time as they were given release. No information about that release has been found as of February 2009 - they may have been released to stay or go as they pleased, or may have been forced to return to their home country.

1782-1799 - William McLeod (William McCloud)

This William may have been the William of the Oxford - an Anguish McLeod is found in Amherst County records beginning in 1790 (see above) and a Norman McLeod is found in Augusta County records in 1790 (probably from the 1787 tax records used to form a 1790 Census).

The Norman McLeod in Augusta County is likely to be the Norman McLeod who married Mary Ann Humphries, daughter of Uriah Humphries who is also found in Augusta County Records.

Hampshire County (now part of West Virginia) (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

1787 - Corns McLeod

Henrico County (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

1794- Joseph McCloud

Richmond CITY (Henrico County)

1787 - William McCloud - a tithable under James Sims

1794-1798 - John McLoud - 1 tithable

Loudoun County (Highland Prisoners sent to this County - John McLeod, John McLeod Jr.)

1787 - apparently John McLeod b. 1741 in Maryland - Revolutionary War Solder

Note: Two highland prisoners were sent to this county in 1776 - has documentation been found proving that either 1) the 1787 John is NOT one of the two Johns' who were captured 2) evidence that the prisoners either died in the Rev. War or returned to their homeland after the war?

Ohio County (now part of West Virginia)

1787- 1789 - Daniel McLeod (McLoud) - land grants dated 1799 and 1800 - also this name found on a land grant dated 3/8/1875 in Yohogania County - possibly the same man due to area.

1829 - Cornelius McLoud (also known as Tyler County since 1815) - SEE Hampshire County above

Note: "Yohogania, Monongalia, and Ohio Counties were created in 1776 from the District of West Augusta, the western territory of Augusta County, VA that was treated like a separate county. West Augusta was administered from Fort Dunmore, Virginia'a name for what is now Pittsburgh, beginning in 1775. The northern portion of Monongalia County, the northeastern portion of Ohio County, and and all of Yohogania County were also known as Westmoreland County, PA which was a mother to several counties. The area that was the northwest corner of Monongalia became Washington County, PA in 1781, and most of that became Greene County, PA in 1796. The area that was the northeast corner of Monongalia became the southern portion of Fayette County, PA in 1783. "

Petersburg County

1787-1790 - John McCloud (may be same John as shown below in Prince George County/Bristol Parrish)

John McLeod married Isabella Hamilton in 1786 - they had a son also called John. In 1795 and 1796 only Mrs. McCloud is found in the tax records.

Princess Ann County (Norfolk)

1710- 1721 - John McCloud wife Laomi / Will proved 1721 by Jacob McCloud - son; other children Daniel, John, and Mary Cooper.

1753-1760 - from The Order Book ETC Borough of Norfolk 1736-1798 -

Daniel McLeod - Orders for the Water Pump - husband of Elizabeth, son of the John McCloud above - a blockmaker/ships pulleys
Hezekiah McLeod - same
James McLeod - same

The Daniel above was married to an Elizabeth (--?--) - his Will is dated August 20 1763 - his son was John (h/o Francis).

John and Francis had 3 children named in his June 15 1783 Will; James (h/o Fannie), Mary and Francis (w/o Henry Snail/Snale m. 1779).

James McLeod (h/o Fannie) wrote his will on April 9 1785. His widow married the widower of his sister Francis (see marriages below)

Marriages in Early Norfolk:

1763 - Honour McLeod to Saunders Colley
1779 - Ann McLeod to Joseph Hodges
1779 - Frances McLeod to Henry Snail (daughter of John, son of Daniel and Eliz.)
1785? - Fannie McLeod to Henry Snale (widow of James McLeod, son of John, son of Daniel and Eliz)

Tax Lists

1782 John (h/o Francis - he died 1783 see above) and his son James (h/o Fannie - he died 1785)
1783 John (h/o Francis - he died 1783 see above) and his son James (h/o Fannie - he died 1785)
1784 James

From 1785 - 1789 - no McLeods in Norfolk

Prince George County

1787 - John McLeod (may be same John as shown above in Petersburg/Bristol Parrish)

Richmond County

1787 - William McLeod

Spotsylvania County (no highland prisoners sent to this county)

1782 - 1787 - William McLeod and Alexander McLeod (shoemakers) - McClouds and Simminds Company apparently Leather Works and Shoe Making - William was married to Elizabeth Spears cr 1784/5 and had sons named Richard and Charles. Alexander's relationship to William is unknown but he appears in records from 1787 until 1799.

Stafford County (no McLeod highland prisoners sent to this county)

1787 James McLeod and John McLeod (Falmouth, formerly King George County, but land exchanged with Stafford)

These were apparently father and son. John the husband of Precila/Percila owned lot 31 in Falmouth, later son John owned lot 99 - they appear in records from 1766 through 1801.

Westmoreland County

1755 - Mordecai McLeod - served in the French and Indian war under Capt. Henry Woodwards - attached October of 1755

YORK County (Yorktown)

1790 - James McLeod

Name: Norman McLeod Year: 1775-1781 Place: Yorktown, Virginia Source Publication Code: 1640.13.40 Primary Immigrant: McLeod, Norman Source Bibliography: DOBSON, DAVID. Scottish Soldiers in Colonial America, Part One and Part Two. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Co., Inc., 1997. 62p. Page: 23



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