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Descendants of Dugal McQueen


Dugal MCQUEEN was born in Corybrough, on Findhorn River, Inverness Shire, Scotland. He died about 1747 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. Dugal married Grace BROWN.

Dugal MacQueen was born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland. He was thought to have live d in Strathdearn at Corryborough on the Findhorn River near Inverness. Dugal and the Highland ers believed that James of the Royal House of Stuart should be the King of Great Britain, s o they started the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715.
On November 14, 1715 Dugal was captured at the Battle of Preston by the English, tried a t Carlisle and sentenced to transportation. On August 20, 1716 Dugal arrived at Baltimore, Ma ryland on the Friendship of Belfast commanded by Michael Mankin and sold into seven years ind entured servitude to William Holland, Esq. His seven years of servitude should have been comp leted in 1723. Dugal named some of his children the same as William Holland's family, Franc is, William and Thomas was the name of Holland's sons. They must have gotten along pretty g ood during Dugal's servitude.
In 1732 Dugal was a taxpayer in the Upper 100 of the Cliff, Calvert County, Maryland. O n September 2, 1740 he received a land deed from the county court of Charles County, Marylan d for seventy-two acres called Cranberry Plains located in Baltimore, County, now Carroll Cou nty near Westminster, Maryland.
On March 26, 1746 Dugal signed his will in Baltimore County and it was filed in 1746 . A copy can be found at the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland, will book 25, pages 10 an d 11.

Grace BROWN died not known. She married Dugal MCQUEEN.

They had the following children:

  M i William MCQUEEN I
  F ii Ruth MCQUEEN
  F iii Sarah MCQUEEN
  M iv Thomas#1 MCQUEEN
  M v Francis MCQUEEN was born 1 Aug 1741 in St. Pauls Parish, Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died about 1757.

Thomas#1 MCQUEEN [Parents] was born 1731 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died about 1763 in Pennsylvania, USA. Thomas#1 married Elizabeth BERRY before 1756.

Thomas MacQueen #1 was born about 1731 in Baltimore County, Maryland. All seven of his childr en were born there, part of them on his land called Fox's Thicket. He received a patent for t hese twenty-nine acres near the Patapso River on January 22, 1760.
Thomas #1 was killed by Indians during Pontiac's War at the Great Cove in Fulton County , Pennsylvania around November 13, 1763. He left a widow and seven small children. It is thou ght his widow may have remarried to a William West, a trader on the Ohio River around Wheelin g, West Virginia.

Elizabeth BERRY died not known. She married Thomas#1 MCQUEEN before 1756.

Elizabeth was from France, all her children spoke French. OLM

They had the following children:

  M i Joshua MCQUEEN
  F ii Elizabeth MCQUEEN
  M iii John MCQUEEN
  M iv Benjamin MCQUEEN was born about 1760 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died Feb 1801 in Green Co, Ky.

Benjamin is found in the 1790 Madison Co, Ky Census from a 1789 tax list . He is also in the 1800 Barren Co, Ky Census. On July 26, 179 6 Benjamin made a land entry in Green Co, Ky on the east side of Russell's Creek, Certificat e No 61. The inventory of Benjamin's estate is entered in Green Co, Ky Will Book 1, pp 55 -56 on Feb 16, 1801.
  M v Thomas#2 MCQUEEN
  M vi Daniel MCQUEEN was born about 1762 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died 4 Jun 1782 in Sandusky River, Ohio, USA.

I think Daniel was killed by Indians while on the Crawford Campaign with his brothers in 178 2. Daniel, Thomas, James and Benjamin were on this campaign when Thomas was captured and D aniel was killed. OLM
  M vii James MCQUEEN

William MCQUEEN I [Parents] was born BET 1725 AND 28 in Md. He died after 1796. William married Henrietta.

William had 35 1/2 acres surveyed in Baltimore Co, Md on Mar 27, 1761 on the east side of the Great Falls of Patapsco Creek, it was caled McQueen's Choice. (Unpatented Certificate of Survey, 969) On Feb 2, 1796 William (I or II ?) deeded McQueen's Choice to Elias Raughter when he lived in Washington Co, Pa. (Balt Co Land Records, WG # VV, fol 460) Info from Barbara Marsh

Henrietta died not known. She married William MCQUEEN I.

They had the following children:

  M i William MCQUEEN II was born BET 1755 AND 65. He died 1845 in Carroll Co, Ohio.

Michael McQ says that Wm II had a Son, Wm III born at Cross Creek Mingo Bottom in 1792 and he married Ellen Robinson. Wm and Ellen had a son, Wm IV born in 1815, and the family moved to Carroll Co, Ohio. (see History of Carroll Co, Ohio)
  F ii Grace MCQUEEN died not known.
  M iii Samuel MCQUEEN ? died not known.

John BROWN was born about 1726 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died 1810 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. John married Ruth MCQUEEN about 1745 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.

Ruth MCQUEEN [Parents] died not known. She married John BROWN about 1745 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.

They had the following children:

  M i John BROWN died not known.
  M ii Richard BROWN died about 1827 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.
  M iii Edward BROWN died about 1815.
  F iv Ruth BROWN died about 1826.
  F v Anne Nancy BROWN died not known.
  F vi Lucy BROWN died not known.
  M vii George BROWN
  M viii Henry BROWN was born 25 Feb 1752. He died 24 Jan 1830 in Maryland, USA and was buried 1830 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.
  M ix Nicholas BROWN was born 17 Feb 1762. He died 29 Jun 1829 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA and was buried 1829 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.

Edward LOGSDON [Parents] was born about 1713 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died after 1775 in Yohohania Co., Virginia, USA. Edward married Sarah MCQUEEN about 1745 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.

Sarah MCQUEEN [Parents] was born about 1711 in Scotland?. She died not known. Sarah married Edward LOGSDON about 1745 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA.

They had the following children:

  M i William LOGSDON died not known.
  F ii Hannah LOGSDON
  M iii Edward Ned LOGSDON

Joshua MCQUEEN [Parents] was born 15 Oct 1756 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died 17 Apr 1853 in Glens Creek, Franklin Co., Kentucky, USA. Joshua married Margaret BAXTER in Mingo Bottom, W Va.

Other marriages:
CORNELISON, Jemima

Margaret BAXTER [Parents] died before 1811 in Madison, Kentucky, USA. She married Joshua MCQUEEN in Mingo Bottom, W Va.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth MCQUEEN
  F ii Jane MCQUEEN
  M iii Mark MCQUEEN was born about 1789 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA. He died before 1846.
  M iv Reason MCQUEEN was born about 1790 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA. He died before 1846.
  M v John Bell MCQUEEN
  M vi Edmund Boone MCQUEEN
  M vii Joshua MCQUEEN was born 1797 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA. He died before 1846.
  M viii Thomas MCQUEEN
  F ix Margaret (Peggy) MCQUEEN
  F x Cynthia MCQUEEN

Joshua MCQUEEN [Parents] was born 15 Oct 1756 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died 17 Apr 1853 in Glens Creek, Franklin Co., Kentucky, USA. Joshua married Jemima CORNELISON on 5 Mar 1811 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA.

Other marriages:
BAXTER, Margaret

Jemima CORNELISON [Parents] was born 1789 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, USA. She died 18 Sep 1854 in Franklin Co., Kentucky, USA. Jemima married Joshua MCQUEEN on 5 Mar 1811 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA.

They had the following children:

  M i James MCQUEEN
  F ii Zantippa MCQUEEN
  F iii Mary MCQUEEN
  F iv Lucinda MCQUEEN was born about 1818 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA. She died before 1846 in Franklin Co., Kentucky, USA.
  F v Eliza MCQUEEN was born about 1822 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA. She died before 1846 in Franklin Co., Kentucky, USA.

John MCQUEEN [Parents] was born about 1759 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died about 1836. John married Nancy CREWS on 6 Oct 1788 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA.

Nancy CREWS was born about 1771 in Bedford Co., Virginia, USA. She died after 1841 in Franklin Co., Tennessee, USA. Nancy married John MCQUEEN on 6 Oct 1788 in Madison Co., Kentucky, USA.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth MCQUEEN
  F ii Spicey Matilda MCQUEEN
  M iii David MCQUEEN
  F iv Jane MCQUEEN
  M v Milton MCQUEEN

Thomas#2 MCQUEEN [Parents] was born 2 Dec 1761 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died 27 Mar 1838 in Bartholomew Co., Indiana, USA and was buried 1838 in Liberty Cem Barth Co, In. Thomas#2 married Sarah Wilson VAUGHN on 1785 in Culpepper Co., Virginia, USA.

Thomas McQueen #2 was born Dec. 2, 1761 at Fox's Thicket in Baltimore County, Maryland, now C arrol County near Westminster, Maryland. He lived there and in Pennsylvania and Virginia, no w West Virginia, near Wheeling until the Revolutionary War.
During the war Thomas served as a ranger around the Ohio River and in militias of Washin gton County, Pennsylvania In March of 1782 Tom took part in the Gnadenhuetten Massacre of 8 8 Moravian Indians in the state of Ohio. In May 1782 Tom and 400 men left the Mingo Bottoms o n Crawford's Campaign to the Sandusky River in Ohio where they were defeated and Col. Crawfor d was captured, tortured and burnt at the stake. Tom was also captured and his younger brothe r Daniel, was killed. He was with the Indians for about a year, when he escaped but was recap tured by the Indians and taken to Detroit, Michigan and sold to the British. He was held ther e until the end of the war, returning to the Mingo Bottoms in 1784.
Tom was married in Culpepper County, Virginia in 1785 and lived there until 1789 when h e went to Madison County, Kentucky. He lived in Mason County, Kentucky around 1800 and in Pen dleton County, Kentucky in 1810. He bought 320 acres in Franklin County, Indiana in 1811 an d sold it by 1813. Tom was shown in the 1818 Census of Jackson Co, Ill with 2 white males 2 1 and over and 7 other whites. Two of Tom's sons bought land in Bartholomew County, Indiana i n 1820 and 1821, But Tom doesn't appear here until 1830.

Thomas McQueen appears in the 1819 Territory of Missouri Tax List for Montgomery County, whic h after Missouri becomes a state becomes Callaway County. Thomas then appears with two of hi s son-in-laws in the Callaway County Tax List of 1823 as a resident. The two son-in-laws ar e Thomas G. Lee and Moses Joiner.

Also appearing in the 1819 Territory of Missouri Tax List for Montgomery County are two Brown s, William and Joshua which may be the sons of George Brown. William later becomes Tom McQuee ns son-in-law when he marries Debora McQueen in Indiana.

Sarah Wilson VAUGHN [Parents] was born about 1769 in New Jersey, USA. She died 10 Sep 1838 in Bartholomew Co., Indiana, USA and was buried 1838 in Liberty Cem Barth Co, In. Sarah married Thomas#2 MCQUEEN on 1785 in Culpepper Co., Virginia, USA.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary MCQUEEN
  M ii Uriah S. MCQUEEN
  M iii Joshua MCQUEEN
  M iv Benjamin MCQUEEN
  M v Joseph Wilson MCQUEEN
  M vi Thomas III MCQUEEN
  F vii Elizabeth MCQUEEN
  F viii Sarah Sally MCQUEEN
  F ix Jennie Jane MCQUEEN
  F x Deborah MCQUEEN
  F xi Nancy MCQUEEN
  M xii John B. MCQUEEN

James MCQUEEN [Parents] was born about 1763 in Carroll Co., Maryland, USA. He died about 1819. James married Elizabeth LOGSDON on 8 Feb 1791 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA.

Elizabeth LOGSDON was born about 1765. She married James MCQUEEN on 8 Feb 1791 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA.

They had the following children:

  M i John A. L. MCQUEEN
  M ii Thomas MCQUEEN

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