_Cairbre (Carbrey) Liffecar King of Ireland_+ | (0235 - 0285) m 0270 _Eochaidh Dubhlein ____________________________________| | (0270 - ....) m 0299 | | |____________________________________________ | | |--Colla Uais (Carioll) | (0300 - 0331) | ____________________________________________ | | |_Glean (Oilean, Alechia) Princess of Picts or Scotland_| (0280 - ....) m 0299 | |____________________________________________
Pedigrees of the Scottish Clans from Irish and Scottis MS "History of the Men of Alba (Scotland) 10th century Senchus Fer nAlban clancameron.simplenet.com/ pg 9, Genealogy of Clan Donald
Book of McKee, pg 404 "Kings of Ireland" from O'Flaherty'e Ogygia which was written in 1684 during the reign of Charles II states that Colla Huas, grandson of King Carbrey by his son Achy Coimblen, was king 4 years, 327-331
Page 387 states: The three Collas, cousins of Muireadhach Tireach, conceived a plan to attack Fiacha (their uncle) and seize the throne, which they kne Muireadhach would otherwise inherit. In the surprise battle the king perished and Colla-Vais was proclaimed monarch. Muireadhach Tireach collected an army marched to Tara, and defeated Colla in battle, dethroning him. Colla-Vais fled to Albania (Alban, where his mother's father took the boys in and put into his army, and they stayed three years) and Muireadhach tireach became monarch of Ireland."
Further, quoting "History of Ireland," p. 126, by Abbe MacGeoghegan: "Colla-Huais and his brothers...destroyed the palace of Eamhain, but an end to the sway of the Clanna-Rorys (Clanna-Rory was named for its governing race, the Rudricians, who were descendants of Ir, one of Heremon's brothers), and founded the small kingdom of Orgiell, which comprised the counties of Louth, Ardmach, and Monaghan. The race of those brothers formed many noble tribes, such as the Mac Donnels of Ireland and Scotland, the Mac Mahons, Maguires, O'Hanluans, Magees, O'Floinns-Tuirtre, O'Ceallaigs (O'Kelly)..."
_Robert GREER (GRIVES) Merchant or Farmer_+ | (1665 - 1730) m 1691 _Jonathan GREER Linen Merchant_| | (1710 - 1774) m 1734 | | |_Mary WHITSITT ___________________________+ | (1669 - 1742) m 1691 | |--John GREER | (1746 - 1752) | __________________________________________ | | |_Sarah RICHARDSON _____________| (1714 - 1775) m 1734 | |__________________________________________
 Greer Pedigree at Quaker Historical Library, Swanbrook House, Dublin, Ireland - copy in possession of editors, Joyce M. Parsons gives birth as 24 Jun 1746
_John GREER (GREEVES) __+ | (1831 - 1917) m 1857 _Joseph Malcomson GREER (GREEVES) _| | (1858 - ....) m 1885 | | |_Elizabeth Pim JACKSON _+ | (1837 - 1895) m 1857 | |--Thomas Jackson GREER (GREEVES) | (1886 - ....) | _William GRIBBON _______ | | (1830 - ....) m 1860 |_Mary Margretta GRIBBON ___________| (1861 - ....) m 1885 | |_Mary CALDWELL _________ (1840 - ....) m 1860
 Greer Pedigree at Quaker Historical Library, Swanbrook House, Dublin, Ireland - copy in possession of editors, Joyce M. Parsons
_William GRIERSON Knt______+ | (1567 - 1629) m 1593 _Alexander GRIERSON _| | (1601 - 1655) m 1621| | |_Nichola (Nicola) MAXWELL _+ | (1573 - 1605) m 1593 | |--John GRIERSON | (1622 - 1659) | ___________________________ | | |_Margaret GLEN ______| (1605 - ....) m 1621| |___________________________
 Will of John Greirson of Lochquhar, Dumfries, Scotland, January 19th, 1659; Testament Dative & Inventory: "Umqll Jon Greirson of Lochar xix Janii, 1659. The testament dative & inr of the goods geir, sowmes of money & debtis qlk justly ptenit & were adebtit & restand awand to umqll Johne Greirsone of Lochquhir the tyme of his deceas qo deceist in the moneth of (blank) Jajvict (blank) yeirs fathfully made and given up by Gryssell McCairtney, his relict as having best knowledge in name & behalffe of Allexr, Jannet & Jeillis Greirsones bairnes laull & only exers datives decernit as neirest of kine to the sd defunct be decreit of the Comissar of the Comissariot of Dumfries upoun the (blank) day of (blank) Jajvict (blank) yeirs as the samyne in it selff at Mr length beiris..." (Cautioner - James Greirsone in Craignestone)
_James GRIERSON ________+ | (1729 - 1777) m 1762 _John GRIERSON JP____| | (1766 - 1837) | | |_Mary Ann TONGE (Longe)_+ | (1745 - ....) m 1762 | |--John GRIERSON | (1790 - ....) | _ CROSS ________________ | | (1750 - ....) |_Harriet CROSS ______| (1781 - ....) | |________________________
 They had no children. He also had a small property north of Dublin.
_Joseph PHELPS ______ | (1750 - ....) m 1775 _Joshua PHELPS ______| | (1778 - ....) m 1803| | |_____________________ | | |-- PHELPS | (1805 - ....) | _James GREER (twin)__+ | | (1731 - 1817) m 1756 |_Elizabeth GREER ____| (1781 - ....) m 1803| |_Jane STOTT _________+ (1738 - ....) m 1756
 Greer Pedigree at Quaker Historical Library, Swanbrook House, Dublin, Ireland - copy in possession of editors, Joyce M. Parsons states that James Malcomson and his wife Jane Stott had a daughter Eliza who m Joshua Phelps who had a dau md George Clibborn Pim
GRIERSON-L@rootsweb.com (David Grierson, author of The Grierson & MacGregor World Project & Information Exchange)
"1874 - Settlement Mrs Mary Gerson or Underwood, Midd Upper, Priestside, parish of Ruthwell. She is a widow. ...Mary Richardson Underwood or Wells, spouse of Carlyle Wells near Melbourne, Augstralia, Jessie Underwood or Letham, spouse of ____ Letham, farmer in U[nited] S[tates] [of] A[merica] equally - 21[st] October 1874."
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