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The McNaughtan Family in Upper Strathearn, Comrie Parish
and Glen Lyon, Fortingall Parish, Perthshire, Scotland

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  1. Introduction
  2. The Origin of the Surname McNaughtan
  3. The McNaughtans in Upper Strathearn
  4. Fellow Researchers
  5. Links
  6. Index & Personal Information Pages (GEDCOM)
  7. Legend
  8. Contact

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  5. Stewarts of Dalveich and Ardveich, Perthshire, Scotland

  6. Stewarts of Ardvorlich, Perthshire, Scotland

  7. Drummonds of Drummonderinoch, Upper Strathearn, Perthshire, Scotland

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Introduction

Comrie, ca 1860

Welcome to my page on the McNaughtan family in Upper Strathearn, Comrie parish, Perthshire, Scotland.  This page is part of my personal family history website and represents one of my own ancestral lines.  If you are specifically looking for information on the McNaughtan family then this is where to start.  Otherwise you may wish to begin at the start page of my family history.

Please Note: This page is intended only as a narrative historical overview of this family.  There is additional detailed information available for almost ever person presented on this page.  To avoid the unnecessary work of double-entering some data, the additional information can be found in the accompanying GEDCOM database.  Please make sure you click on the INDEX button at the bottom of the page so you don't miss out on potentially valuable additional information.

Acknowledgments

The research presented on this page is not mine alone.  It contains information submitted by all the Fellow Researchers listed below.  I am indebted to them for their generous contributions.  This page is intended as a place for researchers to freely and cooperatively share our research with each other.  It would be too cumbersome a task to reference each piece of data as to which researcher it has come from.  The information shown on this page should be understood as a product of ALL of the Fellow Researchers.  I am merely the editor and not the sole author. - Ryk

The Origin of the Surname McNaughtan

The name McNaughtan (or McNaughton, as it is also spelled) is very ancient in origin.  In Gaelic it is rendered Mac Neachdainn which means "son of Nechtan".  The name Nechtan comes from Scotland, but is neither Scots nor Gaelic.  It comes from the ancient race of the Picts, from a time before the Scots had conquered Scotland. 

MacNaughton Tartan

The traditional etymology of the name McNaughtan suggests that Nechtan probably derives from the Pictish word necht which is believed to mean "a clean person" or "a pledge".  Necht is probably related to the Gaelic word nig, meaning "clean".  It is suggested that a necht was a "clean person" given as a hostage or pledge to ratify a treaty between rival tribes.  Such hostages were commonly given in ancient times in order to hold each party to their word.  If the treaty was broken then the hostage was killed.  Thus it was important that the hostage be a respected, or "clean", person to reduce the risk of the other tribe breaking the treaty.  The suffix -an means "little", thus a nechtan was a "little pledge", perhaps for a lesser treaty.  MacNaughtan, thus may mean "son of the little pledge".

Nechtan was also the name of three of the ancient kings of Pictland from the 5th to 8th centuries.  The most famous King Nechtan was Nechtan MacDerile who was King of Picts at the beginning of the 8th century. He led the Picts to convert to Roman Catholicism.  This put them at odds with the Scots who were followers of the Celtic Church. Not all McNaughtans are necessarily descended from King Nechtan MacDerile, nor from any of the other Pictish kings named Nechtan.  The name Nechtan was certainly made famous by these kings, but the name would have been a common name of the day.  McNaughtans today could be descended from any number of unknown persons named Nechtan. 

Thomas Ross Holme on his site, The McNaughtons of Dunderave, has recently put forward a very persuasive argument that the name Nechtan derives from a female cult of Pictish priestesses known as the Uisge Nighean, which, in Gaelic, means "water daughters".  Though not widely accepted, Holme's arguments are worth giving serious consideration.

The Clan MacNaughtan seems to have emerged into written record in the 12th century during the time of King David.  The two principal homelands for the Clan MacNaughtan were Argyll and Strathtay -- the latter being immediately north of Lochearn in Perthshire.  Current research shows these two main branches to be related to each other, with the Argyll McNaughtons descending from the Loch Tay McNaughtons.

For a spectacularly thorough accounting of the origins of Clan McNaughtan, please refer to the late Leo Levarre's McNaughtan History.

Further discussions on surnames and their spellings can be found here.

The McNaughtans in Upper Strathearn

Old Maps of Upper Strathearn

I'm deeply indebted to the late Leo Lavarre and his late brother for their spectacular research on the McNaughtan family in Upper Strathearn.  I only wish they'd lived long enough for us to share our research efforts with each other.  Leo traces his McNaughtan ancestors back to a family on the farmstead of Dalchonzie at the foot of Glen Artney in southern Comrie parish, just south of the village of Comrie, in Perthshire, Scotland.  My own McNaughtans can also be traced back to Dalchonzie.

A thorough extraction of McNaughtan records from the Comrie parish records reveals that most of the McNaughtans in Comrie parish appear to trace back to the same location of Dalchonzie -- descending from either a John McNaughtan or Colin McNaughtan who both lived at the beginning of the 18th century.  Leo Lavarre suggested that John and Colin were brothers.  There is no documentary evidence to show that they were brothers, however I agree with Leo's suggestion and I follow the same assumption below.

Leo's branch (shown below) left Dalchonzie in the mid-18th century and moved north all the way to Glen Lyon in Fortingall parish.  This is a very unusual and counter-intuitive migration -- coming at a time when many families, for economic and political reasons, were beginning to leave the Highlands for the Lowlands and further abroad, it seems very strange to find a family actually moving further up into the Highlands.  Leo puzzles over it on his web site and offers the suggestion that perhaps it was for economic reasons, but largely he was baffled as to why his ancestors moved that direction.  I think the answer was sitting in front of him all along, but he didn't see it.  I just wish I could share it with him.

The earliest confirmed record of a member of Leo's branch appearing in Glen Lyon is in 1751 (there are a couple of unconfirmed births in 1744).  Unfortunately the Fortingall parish records don't go back any earlier than 1750 which makes research a challenge.  The fact that this move deeper into the Highlands comes immediately following the Jacobite Rising of 1745 cannot be ignored.  It is reasonable to suggest that Leo's branch may have been Jacobites who fled from Dalchonzie after The '45.

Leo also puzzles over why they specifically fled to Glen Lyon.  Again, I think the answer was in front of him, but hidden.  Not only do the OPR records show that almost all the McNaughtans in Upper Strathearn descend from the same family in Dalchonzie, but it also reveals what appears to be a single a nuclear family with two brothers both having children born in the late-17th/early-18th century -- as we have already suggested.  As this family did not materialize out of the ether, it would suggest that John and Colin represent the children of a father who came to Upper Strathearn sometime in the mid-late 17th century.  It does not appear that the McNaughtans were native to Upper Strathearn.  So where did this family come from?  I suggest that they could have come from the same place they fled to half a century later: Glen Lyon!  When Leo puzzled over why his family moved from Upper Strathearn to Glen Lyon, I think he missed the most basic answer: they were going home!

I agree with Leo's suggestion that John and Colin McNaughtan were brothers.  Leo suggests that John was the oldest, however, my research would suggest the opposite, that Colin was the oldest.  The fact that Colin's descendants appear to have remained in Dalchonzie and vicinity for another two hundred years would suggest that they were the senior branch.  Chronologies suggested by the Comrie OPR would also favour that Colin was the older of the two brothers.

It is my further suggestion that their father may have come from Glen Lyon to Upper Strathearn sometime around 1675 and settled in Dalchonzie and his descendants spread out from there.  Whether the descendants of John McNaughtan left Upper Strathearn for Glen Lyon because they were Jacobites or merely because they were the younger branch who did not inherit residency is not known.  Either way, it would seem reasonable to suggest that John's descendants chose Glen Lyon because they were actually returning to live among their cousins.

When we look to Glen Lyon records then the story becomes even more interesting.  There are no parish records for Fortingall for the time period we are studying.  Resources available to me at present are limited and this remains an area of research that is still "underway" for me.  However, in 1928 Alexander Stewart, wrote A Highland Parish: A History of Glen Lyon and Rannoch in which he says the following about McNaughtans in Glen Lyon:

Under the old Celtic system [of government] which existed in Scotland before the introduction of Feudalism, the Crown lands [including Glen Lyon] were divided into Toiseachds and administered by officers called Toisich.  These seem to have held their position directly from the king.  ...They also administered justice.  Each of them had his fort or motehill, where he sat in judgment, and not far away there was usually a hanging knoll where his sentences were carried into effect. (p73)

Tradition claims that the Fortingall Toiseachd was for a time hereditary in the MacNaughton family.  These MacNaughtons are supposed to have come from Beuly about the end of the 12th century.  They were driven out of that district when it was granted to John Bisset. (p74)

...About the middle of the 14th century [1358] some of the lands [of Fortingall] were held...by Robert of Atholl*.  ...In co-partnership with him was Fergus, son of Ade**.  Campbell, in the Book of Garth and Fortingall, takes the view that this Fergus was the son of one of the MacNaughton Toisich of Fortingall. (p.76)

MacNaughtons of the Clan Porter strain also came from [Argyll].  They, however, must be distinguished from the Toishich MacNaughtons to which we have already referred.  The latter came from Beauly [about 10 km west of Inverness], from which they were transferred to make room for Bissets and Frasers, and settled in Fortingall about the end of the 12th century. (p.79)

About half a mile to the east of the Kirkton of Fortingall, in the hamlet of Tom-na-chroich, was the hanging knoll of the MacNaughton Toisich, who are believed to have held sway in the district before the introduction of the feudal system.  Their stronghold was probably the white fort above Balnacraig.  Five miles to the west of this was the motehill of Carnban ("White Rock") which was known as the sithean or fairy knoll.  It lies behind the feudal keep of Duncan the Hospitable.  On it, according to tradition, ruled for a timje another branch of the MacNaughton family. (p. 236)

The motehill on the Roro Toiseachd was at Balmeanach on Balnahanait farm. (p.237)

* Stewart says "This Robert was the son of Duncan, the progenitors of the Robertsons of Struan."  However, this claim is chronologically impossible.  The "Robert of Atholl" who was son of King Duncan lived over 100 years earlier during the 13th century.  The Robert of Atholl who lived in 1358 was Robert Stewart, Earl of Atholl, who later became King Robert II.  Although this does not bear on the McNaughton history at all, it does call into question the quality of Alexander Stewart's research.
** Fergus, son of Ade, in Gaelic, would be Fergus MacAde.  This name is identical to a 9th century Dalriadic King Fergus mac Aide.  This could be a genuine coincidence, or it could be another example of the author's questionable research.

Toiseach is the Gaelic word for "chief".  Thus it can be understood that "Toiseach MacNaughton" refers to the Chief's family.  The "Porter" McNaughtans cited above were a cadet of the Argyll branch who were the McNaughtons of Dunderave who lost their lands in the mid-18th century and who were in title, the Chiefs of the Clan.  This would suggest that Dunderave branch descend from the chief branch of McNaughtons originally from Loch Tay.  Thomas Holme presents a helpful table showing these lines in parallel: http://www.geocities.com/mcnaughtonofdunderave/McNaughton_chart_from_1300_by_Holme.htm .

An alternative theory for the origins of our McNaughtan family

It is also worth noting that senior line of the McNaughtans, namely the McNaughtans of Dunderave in Argyll, had long been allies of the Campbell Earls of Argyll.  However the late 17th century, the McNaughtans fell out with the Campbells, lost Dunderave, and were scattered.  As Thomas Holme reports on his page:

Chief Malcolm "Glenshira" MacNauchtan died between 1646 and 1649 from wounds sustained while commanding a garrison in the defence of the Campbell clan's Skipness Castle which was under attack by Colkitto's army. Chief Malcolm MacNauchtan had two sons, Alexander and John. Alexander the older became chief of the clan upon the death of his father. Alexander had ridden with his father in Campbell's Covenantor army, but around 1650 he changed sides and became a Royalist, and fought for the return of King Charles II to the throne.  After the restoration in 1660 Alexander was knighted by King Charles II and John MacNauchtan produced evidence that brought Campbell of Argyll to the chopping block. Chief Sir Alexander McNaughton served King Charles II as a lawyer and spent much time in the royal court in London. Chief Alexander's brother John MacNauchtan was the head of the household in Dunderave castle while his brother was away in London, and he raised his family there. John became heavily involved in the disputes between the Campbell clan and the McNaughton clan, and led his McNaughtons into Campbell lands in 1685 on raids that captured much property, establishing a deep enmity between Campbells and McNaughtons, which only grew worse with each passing year. In 1689 when William of Orange claimed the throne of Britain and King James VI fled to France, John MacNauchtan and his two sons were among the 50 clansmen who fought victoriously at the battle of Killiecrankie. Chief Alexander's son, also named John MacNauchtan was there too, wearing his father's suit of armour. This fact is mentioned in the famous poem The Grameid. But the next battle was not so glorious. Chief John MacNauchtan and his uncle John and his uncle's 2 sons were all captured and suffered long and terrible imprisonment afterwards. The Campbell's Inverary Castle was only 3 miles from the MacNauchtan's Dunderave castle. The Campbells were now backed by King William and all their lands and rights were restored. One of the first things on their agenda naturally was to destroy the MacNauchtans, and this they managed to accomplish, with the MacNauchtans losing their castle and all their lands. Chief John MacNauchtan had two sons, Alexander and John. The elder Alexander would have been chief of the clan, but he served in the British army as a Captain in Queen Annie's Guards and he lost his life at the battle of Vigo Spain in 1702. With the death of young Alexander MacNauchtan the chieftanship would have fallen upon his younger brother John, except there was nothing really to be chief of anymore, since the castle was gone and all the lands. John became a custom's officer in Anstruther Fife and died in 1773 without leaving any heirs. The Great Uncle of the last chief, John MacNauchtan and his two sons lived on in Dunderave castle with their families, until their ultimate eviction by the Campbells, which probably occurred around 1720. One of the two sons, also named John MacNauchtan married and had two sons, both born in Dunderave castle before the final end. They were named Thomas and Malcolm. Our genealogy descends from these two brothers. (The McNaughtons of Dunderave - edited.)

The fact that the McNaughtans of Dunderave lost their land holdings and were forced to flee at precisely at the same time as our McNaughtans seem to appear in Upper Strathearn may suggest that our McNaughtans could be a fugitive cadet branch of the Dunderave McNaughtans.

Gordon MacGregor, in his monumental book, The Landed Families of Perthshire, shows the earlier close relationship between the McNaughtans and the Campbells, citing that John MCNAUGHTON of Dunderawe married ca. 1570 to Marjory CAMPBELL, daughter of Archibald Campbell, 1st of Glenlyon, a cadet branch of Glenorchy, and kindred with the later Earls of Argyll, and contemporary with Colin Campbell of Glenorchy.  She had a brother Colin.  Common forenames in their family include: Colin, Patrick, Duncan, John.  Such a union would almost certainly produce a male line of "Colin McNaughton".  As the name Colin has not been found elsewhere in the McNaughtan clan, other than in the area of Argyll, then this may also reinforce the possibility that our McNaughtans were a fugitive cadet branch of Dunderave.

 

The fact that the earliest home of Clan McNaughtan appears to be in the Loch Tay area and further north near Inverness, may suggest that both theories for the origins of our Strathearn McNaughtans can be easily harmonized.  Whether our McNaughtans came from a cadet branch of Dunderave or from Loch Tay in the 17th century, their migration to Loch Tay in the mid-18th century can still be frames as "returning home" to the heart of the Clan territory.

It may never be possible to trace the origins of our McNaughtans earlier than the father of Colin and John McNaughtan in Dalchonzie.  This line of research will remain open indefinitely.

The McNaughtan Family in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

John and Colin McNaughtan


Dalchonzie House
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Photo c/o Alberta Crossley

Our study of this family begins with John and Colin McNaughtan who resided in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland around the turn of the 18th century.  It is suggested that they could be brothers.  Dalchonzie is said to be a place where English invaders fought Robert the Bruce in 1306.

Mitchell's Monumental Inscriptions records the following two stones located in the yard of the White Kirk in Comrie village:

  1.  ___ MCNAUGHTON in Dalchonzie, d 1729 age ___. 
  2. Duncan MCNAUGHTON, tenant in Dalchonzie in memory of mother _____ MULLION, October _____... MULLION age 1mo.... COMRIE (Mitchell interprets this as a surname not place name).  This stone is with John McN in Mailermore. 

These stones are damaged and it is not known if the blank spaces represent letters, words or entire lines of text.  "Mullion" could be a surname, or it could also be a corrupted reading of "Colin".

Comrie OPR records show several birth entries for McNaughtans in the late 17th and very early 18th centuries all of which have fathers named either John or Colin.  It is reasonable to suggest that John and Colin were probably brothers.  Monzie parish records indicate that there may have been a couple of other brothers, possibly named Patrick and Donald who resided in Glen Artney, just south of Comrie village, which was part of Monzie parish -- however the Monzie lines are still under investigation (see further below).  Estimated chronologies would suggest that Colin was probably the older of the two brothers.  This is reinforced by the residence information as Colin's descendants continued to reside at or near Dalchonzie for the next two hundred years, while John's descendants moved north to Breadalbane.  Onomastic evidence would suggest that John and Colin's father's name was probably Duncan, however this is merely a guess at this point.  The burial stone above MAY infer that the 1729 death may have been this Duncan McNaughtan, however no confirming evidence has been found.

Thus we begin our account of this family with the theoretical "Duncan" McNaughtan and his suggested sons, Colin and John:

"Duncan" MCNAUGHTAN, b. ABT 1650 in Scotland.  He may be the Duncan McNaughton recorded in Mitchell's MIs: "___ MCNAUGHTON in Dalchonzie, d 1729 age ___.  Duncan MCNAUGHTON, tenant in Dalchonzie in memory of mother _____ MULLION, October _____... MULLION age 1mo.... COMRIE (Mitchell interprets this as a surname not place name).  This stone is with John McN in Mailermore."  Duncan is suggested as the father of the following two suggested brothers:

  1. Has Children Coline MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1670 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is believed to have married firstly to Katharine/Christian CAMERON b: ABT 1675, although no record of this marriage has been found.  They had the following children:
    1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, b ABT 1695 in Dalchonzie.  There is no record of this Duncan's existence.  He is suggested from onomastics only as the likely father of Colin McNaughtan, shown below.
      1. Has Children Colin MCNAUGHTAN, b. ABT 1720-1725.  shown below.
    2. Has No Children James MCNAUGHTAN b: 11 MAR 1701 in Dalchonzie, bap 13 MAR in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  Comrie OPR records the birth of "James, daughter of Colin...". It is not known whether the name is in error the sex of the child. (mother: Kat Cameron).  It's possible that the name is "Janet" but I did the transcription myself and it looks like "James".
    3. Has No Children Katherine MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 19 MAR 1704 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland (mother: Christan Cameron)

    Colin is presumed to have married secondly about 1705 to Janet CAMERON.  Given that Janet has the same surname as Colin's suggested first wife it is possible that she could have been the sister of his first wife, or it is also possible that the OPR has the wrong forename which would make the following James the child of Colin's first and only marriage.  They had the following son:

    1. Has Children James MCNAUGHTAN b: 7 APR 1706 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  According to Lavarre's web site, this James married Jannet MCARTHUR/MCKARTHUR although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:
      1. Has No Children Christian MCNAUGHTAN/MCNAUGTEN b: ABT 11 JUL 1742 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Has No Children Jean MCNAUGHTAN/MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 18 MAR 1744 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTAN/MCNAUGHTIN b: ABT 28 FEB 1748 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN/MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 14 APR 1751 in Wester Miggar, Auchlessie, Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland, but baptised in Comrie parishHe is suggested to have married Mary McKinlay.  See below.
  2. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1670 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is believed to have married firstly to Elisabeth DRUMMOND and had the following child:
    1. Anna MCNAUGHTONN, bap 29 AUG 1696 in Dalchonzie, Comrie

    John is believed to have married secondly ABT 1698 to Janet CARMICHAEL b: ABT 1675 in Findhuglen, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:

    1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: 29 OCT 1700 and bap 29 OCT 1700 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Elizabeth DRUMMOND b: ABT 1700 in Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:
      1. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 30 NOV 1721 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  His spouse is unknown.  He had the following family:
        1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: 1744 in Dalchiorlich, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Anne MACLEAN b: ABT 1750 in Botadirnemore, Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:
          1. Has No Children Elspet MCNAUGHTAN b: 1780 in Dalchiorlich, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
        2. Has No Children Elizabeth MCNAUGHTAN b: 1744 in Dalchiorlich, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Has No Children Christian MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 11 OCT 1724 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children Jannet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 12 MAR 1727 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has No Children Patrick MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 22 JUN 1729 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He may be the Peter McNaughton shown below as the patriarch of the McNaughtons in Dalginross.
    2. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: 1701 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Janet MCILCHONNELL b: ABT 1703 in Findhuglen, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:
      1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 2 JAN 1726 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Margaret FERGUSSON b: ABT 1730 in Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found. 
        1. Their descendants are presented below under The McNaughtans of Dalchiorlich.
      2. Has No Children Jannet MCNAUGHTAN, bap. 12 MAR 1727 in Dalchonzie
      3. Has No Children Patrick MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 3 MAR 1728 22 JUN 1728 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 23 NOV 1729 in Monzie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Christian MCDONALD b: ABT 1750 in Camuslai, Perthshire, Scotland, but no record of their marriage has been found. 
        1. Their descendants are presented below under The McNaughtans of Dalchiorlich.
      5. Has Children Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1730 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married to Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1735 in Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They should not be confused for the same-named non-contemporary couple shown below. 
        1. Their descendants are presented below under The McNaughtans of Dalchoirlich.
      6. Has No Children Colline MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 9 DEC 1733 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

Colin McNaughtan in Dalchonzie and Moral, Upper Strathearn, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

Has Children Colin MCNAUGHTAN in Dalchonzie b: ABT 1725 presumably in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland of uncertain parents.  Colin's birth is not certain. The name Colin is common among the Dalchonzie McNaughtans, so it seems reasonable to suggest that he came from the Dalchonzie family. But documentary confirmation is still lacking.  He married on 28 JUN 1747 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Rachel DRUMMOND possibly b: ABT 12 AUG 1733 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, daughter of James Drummond and Rachel Galloch.  This birth fits onomastically and is the only Rachel Drummond (or McGregor-alias-Drummond) in the parish, however it is chronologically challenging as she was only 14 at the age of marriage.  Colin and Rachel had the following children:

  1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, in Dalchonzie b: ABT 12 JUN 1747 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 5 AUG 1771 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Elizabeth MCNAB b: ABT 26 NOV 1747 in Comrie, Perth, Scotland.  They lived on the farm in Moral on the north side of the River Earn.  In 1798 Duncan McNaughtan, along with William Stewart, 8th of Ardvorlich, and others, was elected as an elder of the Comrie Kirk.  Duncan and Elizabeth had the following children:
    1. Has Children Catharine MCNAUGHTAN b: 16 JUL 1774 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  She married on 4 DEC 1795 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Robert STEWART b: ABT 8 MAY 1762 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  Robert Stewart, died sometime between 1824-1834 (probably closer to 1834). After her husband's death, Catharine McNaughtan, along with her 11 Stewart children (and three grandchildren) immigrated to Canada, where they settled in Puslinch Township, Wellington County, Ontario.  This is the author's family and their story continues on the Comrie Stewarts of Puslinch page.  They had the following children:
      1. Has Children Margaret STEWART b: ABT 10 JUN 1798 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Has No Children Elisabeth STEWART b: ABT 27 OCT 1799 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children Mary STEWART b: ABT 2 MAY 1802 in Moral , Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has Children Jean STEWART b: ABT 7 JUN 1804 in Meovie , Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      5. Has No Children Ann STEWART b: ABT 1 JUN 1806 in Moral , Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      6. Has No Children John STEWART b: ABT 1 SEP 1808 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      7. Has Children Duncan STEWART b: ABT 2 JAN 1811 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      8. Has Children Robert STEWART b: ABT 13 JUN 1813 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      9. Has No Children Catherine STEWART b: ABT 24 MAR 1816 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      10. Has Children Peter STEWART b: ABT 24 JUL 1820 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
      11. Has Children William STEWART b: ABT 22 NOV 1824 in Moral, Comrie Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
    2. Has No Children Colin MCNAUGHTAN b: 18 SEP 1776 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
    3. Has Children Peter MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 APR 1778 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 25 JAN 1801 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Margaret STEWART b: ABT 22 MAR 1772 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, believed to be the sister of Peter's brother-in-law, Robert Stewart, who married Catharine McNaughtan immediately abovePeter and Margaret had the following children:
      1. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: 7 FEB 1802 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

        Duncan (Dan in 1841) MCNAUGHTEN, b 1802 in Dalchonzie, res 1841 Dalchonzie, occ 1841 gardener, 1851 same, m. 29 DEC 1828 in Comrie to Catherine CLARK, b. 1805 in Kirknewton, Linbarr?, Scotland, res w/ Margaret MCNAUGHTEN b abt 1786 (mother, sister, aunt?).  Duncan believed to be bap 07 FEB 1802 in Comrie, son of Peter McNaughtan and Margaret Stewart (see above family of Colin in Moral).

        1. Peter, bap 04 APR 1830 in Comrie (not found in 1841/51)
        2. James, b. 25 SEP 1831 bap 03 OCT 1831 in Comrie (not with parents in 1851)
        3. Margaret b 23 MAR 1833 in Dalchonzie and bap 20 APR 1833 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents, servant
        4. John 24 OCT 1835 and bap 15 NOV 1835 in Comrie (not with parents in 1851)
        5. Cathrine b 28 JAN 1838 in Dalchonzie, bap 12 MAR 1838 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents
        6. Janet b 09 JUL 1840 in Dalchonzie, bap 21 JUL 1840 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents
        7. Duncan b 18 APR 1843 in Dalchonzie and bap 7 MAY 1843 in Comrie
      2. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 4 JUN 1803 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children Christian MCNAUGHTAN b: 7 APR 1805/19MAY 1805 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTAN b: 5 APR 1807 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      5. Has No Children Cathrine MCNAUGHTAN b: 26 FEB 1809 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      6. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: 12 APR 1812 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      7. Has No Children Helen MCNAUGHTAN b: 8 OCT 1815 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
    4. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, b ABT 1780 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  There is no documentary evidence of the existence of this Duncan. He is suggested by onomastics and chronology only. If he existed at all then it is suggested that he probably died young.
    5. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1 SEP 1782 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
    6. Has No Children Robert MCNAUGHTAN, in Mailermore, b: ABT 1 MAY 1785 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  This Robert is believed to be the Robert McNaughtan who resided in 1841 and 1851 in Mailermore in Glenartney, just south of Comrie village.  Robert married on 26 AND 29 MAR 1814 in Balquhidder and Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Elisabeth MCARTHUR, b: 1793 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  They had the following family:
      1. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 23 MAY 1815 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Duncan is not found with his birth family in 1841 or 1851.
      2. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 2 APR 1820 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  She was residing with her parents in 1841.
      3. Has No Children Peter MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 13 JUN 1822 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Peter was residing with his parents in 1841.
      4. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 14 JUL 1824 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Janet has not been confidently identified in 1841 or 1851.  There is a Janet Carmichael residing with the McNaughtans who is the correct age to be this Janet, so it's possible that Janet married a Carmichael, however no such marriage record has been found.
      5. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN, in Mailermore, b: ABT 23 APR 1826 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  John is shown on the family farm in Mailermore in Glenartney in 1841, 1851, and as head of the household in 1861.  Thus it would appear that John inherited the family farm.  It is not known if John's older brothers died young or emigrated.  John married on 17 DEC 1856 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Mary MCINTYRE b: ABT 3 MAY 1831 in Monzievaird, Perthshire, Scotland, daughter of John McIntyre and Isabella Barclay.  John is buried at the White Kirk in Comrie Village, next to Duncan McNaughtan of Dalchonzie (believed to be his grandfather or gg-grandfather).  According to family tradition (see notes below from Peter McNaughton) John McNaughton in Mailermore was the grandson of Duncan McNaughtan in Dalchonzie.  John and Mary had the following family who had descendants in New Zealand:
        1. Has No Children Robert MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 20 DEC 1857 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        2. Has No Children Isabella MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 19 AUG 1859 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        3. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 2 JUL 1861 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        4. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 17 MAR 1863 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        5. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 19 MAR 1865 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        6. Has No Children Peter MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 27 FEB 1867 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        7. Has No Children Joseph Barclay MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 3 JAN 1871 in Mailermore in Glenartney, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      6. Has No Children Colin MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT NOV 1828 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Colin is not found in the 1841 census, but in 1851 he was residing with his parents and in 1861 he was working as a ploughman on his brother John's farm.
      7. Has No Children Catharine MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 15 SEP 1831 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Catharine is not found in 1841 or 1851.
      8. Has No Children Hugh MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 16 DEC 1834 in Balquhidder, Perthshire, Scotland.  Hugh was residing with his parents in 1841 and 1851.
      9. Duncan?

        Duncan MCNAUGHTEN, b abt 1840, res 1841 Drummond St. Comrie Village, grandson of Alexander and Ann Drummond, res 1851 East Comrie Village w/grandparents.  Duncan probably b. 1 OCT 1839 in Comrie, son of Robert McNaughton and Catherine Drummond (only child of this couple in IGI).  Robert may be bap 12 MAY 1815 in Fortingall, son of Duncan McNaughton and Catharine McGregor.

  2. Has No Children James MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 MAY 1750 in Moral, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 8 JAN 1753 in Garrichruie (Dunira estate, east end), Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

The McNaughtans in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland

Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: 1701 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, son of John McNaughtan and Janet Carmichael, shown above.  He is presumed to have married Janet MCILCHONNELL b: ABT 1703 in Findhuglen, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:

  1. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 2 JAN 1726 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Margaret FERGUSSON b: ABT 1730 in Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  Their descendants are presented BELOW.
  2. Has No Children Patrick MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 3 MAR 1728 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 23 NOV 1729 in Monzie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married Christian MCDONALD b: ABT 1750 in Camuslai, Perthshire, Scotland, but no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:
    1. Has No Children Son MCNAUGHTAN b: 1770 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
  4. Has Children Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1730 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have married to Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1735 in Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They should not be confused for the same-named non-contemporary couple shown above.  They had the following family:
    1. Has Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 30 JAN 1757 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 7 AUG 1785 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland to Sarah MCDONALD b: ABT 1765 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  They had the following family:
      1. Has No Children Catharine MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 15 NOV 1786 in Kinchlacher, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 JUL 1788 in Kinchlacher, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children James MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 14 JUN 1790 in Kinchlacher, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 03 MAY 1793 in Comrie
    2. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 12 AUG 1759 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    3. Has No Children Elspet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 22 NOV 1767 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    4. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1 MAY 1768 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    5. Has No Children Son MCNAUGHTAN b: 1770 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    6. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTAN b: 1773 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    7. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 23 MAR 1782 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
  5. Has No Children Colline MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 9 DEC 1733 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

Duncan McNaughtan and Margaret Fergusson in Dalchiorlach

Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 2 JAN 1726 in Dalchonzie, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, son of John McNaughtan and Janet McIllchonnell, as shown above.  He is presumed to have married Margaret FERGUSSON b: ABT 1730 in Perthshire, Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  They had the following family:

  1. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: 1751 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
  2. Has Children Finlay MCNAUGHTAN b: 1751 in Dalchiorlich, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  Finlay McNaughtan married on 17 MAR 1776 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland to Jean MCDIARMAID b: ABT 22 JUN 1760 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland, who then spent the rest of her life perpetually pregnant.  Finlay's sons, Duncan and John, are not proven. There is no documentary evidence for their existence. Since Finlay and Jean followed customary naming patterns for their daughters it is presumed they also did so for their sons. There is also a significant 6 year gap between Grissel in 1779 and Christian in 1785. It is suggested that Finlay and Jean had two sons, Duncan and John, during this six year period.  Finlay and Jean had the following family:
    1. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 19 JAN 1777 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is presumed to have died young prior to the birth of her same-named sister in in 1778.
    2. Has Children Margaret MCNAUGHTANE b: ABT 25 JAN 1778 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She married on 22 JAN 1797 in Fortingall, Perth, Scotland to Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN b: 5 MAR 1764 in Balmenoch, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland, son of John McNaughtan and Janet McCallum.  Malcolm and Margaret immigrated about 1805 to New York, USA.  Their descendants are presented BELOW.
    3. Has No Children Grissel MCNAUGHTANE b: ABT 13 DEC 1779 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    4. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1781 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  There is no documentary evidence for the existence of this Duncan. He is suggested by onomastics only and fits comfortably into a noticeable gap in the birth order. As there is no later record of his existence, it is presumed that he died young.
    5. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1783 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland,  There is no documentary evidence for the existence of this John. He is suggested by onomastics only and fits comfortably into a noticeable gap in the birth order. As there is no later record of his existence, it is presumed that he died young.
    6. Has No Children Christian MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 1 JAN 1785 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    7. Has No Children Donald MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 25 DEC 1786 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    8. Has No Children Elizabeth MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 24 AUG 1788 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    9. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 7 JUN 1790 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is presumed to have died young prior to the birth of her same-named sister in 1798.
    10. Has No Children Alexander MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 4 DEC 1791 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is presumed to have died young prior to the birth of his same-named brother in 1800.
    11. Has No Children Ann MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 29 JUN 1793 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    12. Has No Children Robert MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 15 DEC 1794 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 30 APR 1831 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland to Janet ROBERTSON b: ABT 1810 in Perthshire, Scotland.  No children have been found for this couple in Scotland.  It is possible they may have emigrated.
    13. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 7 DEC 1796 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  Mary is noted mentioned in Lavarre family records and is presumed to have died young.
    14. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 OCT 1798 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.
    15. Has Children Alexander MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 3 SEP 1800 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  Alexander married on 13 AUG 1827 in St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland to Elisabeth LEISK b: 1804 in Methlick, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  According to family tradition in Leo Lavarre's family, all of Alexander's children were born in Edinburgh while Alexander maintained a residence in both Edinburgh and Pitlochry (in Logierait parish). However, all the children were baptized in Logierait parish and all census records record their births in Logierait.  They had the following family:
      1. Has No Children Jane MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 6 SEP 1828 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is not found with her parents in any census and is presumed to have died young.
      2. Has No Children Ann MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 30 OCT 1834 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is not found with her parents in 1851 and may have married or died young.
      3. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN b: 1837 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is presumed to have died young prior to the birth of her same-named sister in 1848.
      4. Has Children William Irvine Lisk MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 19 JUN 1839 in Portnacraig, Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 18 JUN 1867 in Hutchesontown, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland to Elisabeth MUIR b: 1843 in Mauchline, Ayr, Scotland.  They had the following family.  More detailed information on their descendants can be found on Leo Lavarre's McNaughtan Site.
        1. Has No Children Elisabeth S. MCNAUGHTAN b: 1868 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        2. Has No Children Alexander MCNAUGHTAN b: 1870 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        3. Has No Children James Muir MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 SEP 1872 in Govan, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        4. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTAN b: 1876 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        5. Has No Children Jessie MCNAUGHTAN b: 1878 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        6. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: 1880 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        7. Has No Children Donald MCNAUGHTAN b: 1883 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        8. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTAN b: 1885 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        9. Has No Children John G. MCNAUGHTAN b: 1887 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
        10. Has No Children Norman MCNAUGHTAN b: 1887 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
      5. Has No Children Donald MCNAUGHTAN b: 1842 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  According to Leo Lavarre's notes, Donald was a "market gardener" in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland who sold his produce through his brother, William, in Glasgow.  It is believed that Donald never married.
      6. Has No Children Jessie Ann Stewart MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 2 FEB 1845 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is not found with her parents in 1861 and may have married young or died young.
      7. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 19 NOV 1848 in Pitlochry, Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland
    16. Has No Children Jean MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 20 JUN 1802 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
    17. Has Children Joseph MCNAUGHTAN b: AFT 30 MAR 1805 in Easter Moar, Upper Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  He married on 28 APR 1830 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland to Margaret MCGREGOR b: ABT 1807 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  They began their family in Fortingall, but later moved to Kilmadock where they continued their family.  They are found in Kilmadock census records as late as 1861 but not in 1871 or 1881.  Nor are they found in 1881 in England, Canada or the USA.  It is suspected that they may have emigrated to Australia.  Joseph and Margaret had the following children:
      1. Has No Children Jane MCNAUGHTON b: 1832 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Has No Children Catherine MCNAUGHTON b: 1835 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      3. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: 1836 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 8 DEC 1839 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
      5. Has No Children Finlay MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 1 JAN 1844 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
      6. Has No Children Duncan MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 10 JUL 1846 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Has No Children Child MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 14 APR 1751 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
  4. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 14 APR 1751 in Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland
  5. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTAN b: ABT 18 JUN 1754 in Ardbroskirk, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland

Margaret McNaughtan and Malcolm McNaughtan in New York, USA

Has Children Margaret MCNAUGHTANE b: ABT 25 JAN 1778 in Kinnlacher, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland, daughter of Finlay McNaughtan and Jean McDiarmid, shown above.  She married on 22 JAN 1797 in Fortingall, Perth, Scotland to Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN b: 5 MAR 1764 in Balmenoch, Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland, son of John McNaughtan and Janet McCallum.  Family tradition claims that Malcolm and his family immigrated to New York, USA in 1795, settling in Broadalbin, Mohawk Valley, New York, and then moving in 1812 to Moscow, Genesee Valley, New York, and then immigrating sometime before 1850 to Milton, Halton, Ontario, Canada. However, census data and baptismal records contradict this tradition. Baptismal records in Scotland shows the family still having children as late as 1803 in Glen Lyon, Perthshire, Scotland.

In 1830, Malcolm is found residing in York, Livingston, New York, USA
Malcolm: 2m -5, 3m 5-10, 2m 10-15, 2m 15-20, 1m 30-40, 1f 30-40
with the following living adjacently:
Daniel McMillan: 1m -5, 1m 5-10, 1m 15-20, 1m 20-30, 1f 20-30, 1f 60-70.  This is daughter Margaret McNaughtan and her husband Daniel McMillan and their young family.  It is believed that the elder woman is Margaret McNaughtan Sr.
John McNaughton: 1m 20-30, 1m 70-80, 1f 20-30.  This is believed to be Malcolm and Margaret's son John with Malcolm residing as a senior.
Peter McNaughton: 1m -5, 2m 5-10, 1m 30-40, 1f -5, 1f 30-40.  Peter is unknown, but is presumed to be a brother of Malcolm.

A contemporary Finlay McNaughtan was a school teacher in Beckwith township, Lanark County, Ontario in 1827.  A contemporary John McNaughton in Franktown died in Mar 1851 from an extended drunken spree.

Malcolm wrote to his "only brother" John McNaughton in Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland. (According to descendant Joseph Cook).  However, this may be his "only remaining brother in Scotland.  Malcolm and Margaret had the following family:

  1. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 8 JAN 1798 in Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She married Finlay MCPHERSON.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined
  2. Has No Children Jean MCNAUGHTON b: ABT FEB 1800 in Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She  married Duncan MCPHERSON.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.
  3. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 27 DEC 1801 in Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland.  She married John GILES.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.
  4. Has Children John MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 18 OCT 1803 in Glen Lyon, Fortingall, Perthshire, Scotland. He married Nancy MCPHERSON b: 1814 in Ontario, Canada.  Family tradition claims they moved to Milton, Halton County, Ontario, Canada.  No such family can be identified in Halton in the 1851 census, however the following matching family can be found in 1851 in Lancaster Township, Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.  Family tradition also claims that two of the sons of the this family became Members of Parliament in Canada.  It is not known if John was one of those two brothers.  It is not known if the family shown here belongs to this John McNaughton or if the matching father/mother names and ages are merely coincidence.  From census data, it is believed they had the following family:
    1. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTON b: 1839 in Ontario, Canada
    2. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTON b: 1841 in Ontario, Canada
    3. Has No Children Alexander MCNAUGHTON b: 1843 in Ontario, Canada
    4. Has No Children Jannet MCNAUGHTON b: 1844 in Ontario, Canada
    5. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: 1846 in Ontario, Canada
    6. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTON b: 1849 in Ontario, Canada
  5. Has Children Margaret MCNAUGHTON b: 6 MAR 1806 in Broadalbin, Mohawk Valley, New York, USA.  She married on 24 JAN 1828 in New York, USA to Daniel MCMILLAN b: 14 SEP 1802 in Johnston, New York, USA.  Detailed information on Margaret and her descendants can be found on Joseph Cook's McNaughton Site.
    1. see Joseph Cook's site for descendants.
  6. Has Children Finlay MCNAUGHTON b: 1808 in Broadalbin, Mohawk Valley, New York, USA.  Finlay is presumed to have married Mary ANDERSON b: 1816 in Scotland, although no record of their marriage has been found.  Family tradition claims that Finlay moved with his brothers and parents to Milton, Halton County, Ontario, Canada, but no record of them has yet been found in Halton.  Finlay then moved to Wisconson where it is said that he was "active in the establishing of that state".  In 1860 they were residing in Waukesha, Waukesha, Wisconsin.  Finlay and Mary had the following family:
    1. Has No Children Findlay MCNAUGHTON b: 1842 in Canada
    2. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: 1844 in Canada.
    3. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTON b: 1846 in Canada
    4. Has No Children Archabold MCNAUGHTON b: 1848 in Canada
    5. Has No Children Sarah MCNAUGHTON b: 1852 in Wisconsin, USA
    6. Has No Children Annaline C. MCNAUGHTON b: 1854 in Wisconsin, USA
    7. Has No Children Clarissa E. MCNAUGHTON b: 1854 in Wisconsin, USA
  7. Has No Children Christine MCNAUGHTON b: 1810 in Broadalbin, Mohawk Valley, New York, USA.  She married Neil MCKINNON.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.
  8. Has No Children Grace MCNAUGHTON b: 1812 in Moscow, Genesee Valley, New York, USA.  She married firstly to Azell Alexander MITCHELL and secondly to Ephraim MOORE.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.
  9. Has No Children Samuel Miles Hopkins MCNAUGHTON b: 1814 in Moscow, Genesee Valley, New York, USA.  He married Isabel HUME.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.  Family tradition claims that two of the sons of the this family became Members of Parliament in Canada.  It is not known if Samuel was one of those two brothers.
  10. Has No Children Sarah Elizabeth MCNAUGHTON b: 1814 in Moscow, Genesee Valley, New York, USA.  She married William CHISOLM.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.
  11. Has No Children Alexander MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 1817 in New York, USA.  Birth date is uncertain. Joe Cook gives no birth date. Onomastics would suggest that Alexander should be born after his brother, Finlay.  Alexander married Margaret MCMILLAN.  Their later whereabouts has not been determined.  Family tradition claims that two of the sons of the this family became Members of Parliament in Canada.  It is not known if Alexander was one of those two brothers.
  12. Has No Children Anne MCNAUGHTON b: 1819 in Moscow, Genesee Valley, New York, USA.  Noting further is known of her.

Research Leads

MCNAUGHTON.  This is one of the oldest, if not the very oldest Breadalbane surname. There were four branches of the clan on Lochtayside, namely, the McVicars, the Mackays, the Mcintaylors, and the Urchy McNaughtons. The McVicars appear to have been descended from Maurice McNaughton and Duncan McNaughton, who were vicars of Inchadney from 1480 to 1523. In 1585 a Maureis McNauchtane was at Inchadney. 1644, Donald, Lurg; William, Ardtalnaig; 1698, John Lurgloman; 1769, Patrick, Portbane. At the beginning of last century James McNaughton or McVicar, tenant in the Braes of Taymouth, and his wife, Elizabeth McLaren, gave one hundred pounds to the Kirk Session of Kenmore, the interest to be paid to poor persons of the name of McNaughton, McVicar, or McLaren. The Mackay branch of the McNaughtons has been already dealt with.

The Mcintaylor* McNaughtons have occupied lands in the district of Eddergoll for many centuries. Their names appear in the earliest Crown rentals. 1480, Donald McNachtan occupied the Forty-shilling Land, or Balnacnaughton; 1541, Laggan and Mill of Eddergoll let to John Tailyemoir, alias McNachtane; 1582, Mill of Eddergoll let to Malcolm McNachtane and Donald Mcintailyemoir's wife; 1597, Duncan McOnill VcEan, Balmacnaughton; 1623, Duncan McDonald, Balmacnaughton; 1627, John McEntailyeour, Balnaskiag; 1769, John, Portbane; Daniel, Tomgarrow.

From Chrnoicles. of Fortingall - " 1556, John Challar Moyr died at Eddergooyllyt on 27th of September, and was buried at Inchaden, on the eve of St. Michael the Archangel."

Alexander McNaughton, son of John, tenant in Portbane, took over the Waulkmill at Remony in. succession to William Murray about 1780. He also began the dyeing of cloth, and thus he and his descendants came to be styled locally as "An Dafhadair" "The Dyer." Alexander had a large family :- 1. Donald was father of Rev. Allan McNaughton of Kirkhill, and of William, who became a Cloth Manufacturer at Pitlochry, a business now being carried on by his grandsons. 2. John carried on the mill at Remony and also the farm, in both of which his eldest son, Alexander, succeeded him. His other three sons, Peter, John, and James went to Canada. 3. Alexander became a doctor of Medicine, entered the Navy, and died young. 4. James became a Doctor of Medicine; went to Albany, N.Y.; an eminent surgeon, and Professor of Anatomy in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York; died at Paris, June, 1874. 5. Allan, minister of Kilbride, Arran ; afterwards of Lesmahagow ; D.D., St. Andrews; sons, Alexander, S.S.C., Edinburgh; and Neil, minister of Kinclaven. 6. Peter, Doctor of Medicine ; went to Albany, N.Y., where he practised.

Alexander, eldest son of John McNaughton, carried on the mill and the farm, extending the latter as smaller tenants adjoining removed. He married a daughter of John McKeracher, merchant, Acharn. Their family were :- 1. John, minister of the Church of Scotland, Lairg; Professor of Classics, Kingston, Canada; Divinity, McGill, Montreal; Classics, Toronto; now retired (1937); residing at St Leonards, Sussex. 2. James, Merchant, Aberfeldy. 3. Peter, succeeded to the farm (The Cloth Mill and the Dyeing business gradually ceased). 4. Alexander, a merchant in London. 5. Duncan, a merchant in London. 6. Donald, H.M. Inspector of Schools (Secondary Branch); Staff-Inspector for Classics under the Board of Education ; now retired. When the eastern portion of the Breadalbane estate was sold in 1923, Mr. Peter McNaughton bought Kenmore Hill and a portion of Balmacnaughton, together with the farm-house and steadings at Remony. He died in December, 1930; and his widow is in possession of the lands and houses.

The Urchy McNaughtons were in Balinlagan in 1703, when Duncan Urchy McNaughton and Janet NcaGhuirm had a child baptised named Donald. This Duncan's name appears also in the rent roll of the period. The family probably came to the Acharn district from Glenorchy, which fact accounts for the alias "Urchy." Mr. John McNaughton, son of the late Mr. Alexander McNaughton, tailor, is the only representative of this old family left in the district.

http://www.commentonline.co.uk/sub-history/breadalbane/BreadalbaneSurnames.htm

Other McNaughtan Families in Comrie Parish

Peter McNaughtan in Mailermore (Lower Glen Artney) and Dalginross (Comrie Village)

This branch is being researched by Alberta Crossley.

  1. Peter MCNAUGHTANE b. ABT 1730, who married Catharine FERGUSSON (no record of marriage) and had the following family:
    1. Janet MCNAUGHTANE, bap 12 APR 1759 in Mailermore, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
    2. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 12 JUN 1761 in Mailermore, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
    3. James MCNAUGHTANE/MCNAUGHTEN, bap 29 DEC 1763 in Mailermore, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, married on 17 APR 1792 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Janet FISHER and had the following children:
      1. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 09 MAY 1793 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      2. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 23 DEC 1795 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  Res 1861 Turnpike Rd in Dalginross, pauper servant for Anne McIntyre.
      3. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 31 DEC 1797 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      4. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap. 01 JUN 1800 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      5. Janet MCNAUGHTAN (twin), bap. 02 MAY 1802 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland (presumably died prior to 1806)
      6. Christian MCNAUGHTAN (twin), bap. 02 MAY 1802 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      7. Donald/Daniel MCNAUGHTAN bap 15 DEC 1803 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, married on 11 DEC 1830 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Agnes Grace BROWN.  In 1841 they were residing in Dalginross and Donald was working as a master joiner.  This extended family immigrated in the 1850s to Granton, Lucan Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada.  "Donald McNaughton is listed 1803 - 1879 and Agnes Grace Brown 1805 - 1877.  They settled on N1/2 Lot 17, Conc. 10 and that would be near Ilderton and still farmed by McNaughtons and called "Comrie Farms".  Elizabeth married a Michael and Jennet of course, (my Great Grandmother) married my Great Grandfather, Thomas David Radcliffe on Nov. 8, 1855 and we have wedding certificate.  It says London, Ontario but it was St. Andrews Church, Church of the Kirk, #803 and they were married by Rev. John Skinner."
        1. Catherine MCNAUGHTON, b. 9 APR 1832 and bap 22 APR 1832 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  She is not found with her family in 1841 and is presumed to have died as a child.
        2. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 15 SEP 1833 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  He is found residing with his family in 1841 but is presumably died prior to the birth of his same-named brother in 1844.
        3. Janet "Jessie" MCNAUGHTON, b. 17 NOV 1836 and bap 26 NOV 1836 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  She immigrated with her family and married on 8 NOV 1855 in London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada to Thomas David RADCLIFFE. 
          1. They had descendants.
        4. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON, b. 5 JUN 1839 and bap. 30 JUN 1839 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.  She immigrated with her family and married a MITCHELL/MICHAEL.
        5. Peter MCNAUGHTON, b. 10 OCT 1841 and bap. 22 OCT 1841 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.
        6. James MCNAUGHTON, b. 16 SEP 1844 and bap 06 OCT 1844 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
        7. Ann MCNAUGHTON, b. 23 NOV 1846 and bap. 27 DEC 1846 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
      8. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 26 APR 1806 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.
    4. Peter MCNAUGHTANE, bap 02 FEB 1768 in Mailermore, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.

John MCNAUGHTAN b ca 1760 (see next entry) m 23 MAY 1791 in Comrie to Ann MCINNES/MACINNES.  They resided in Dalginross.  Some members of this family immigrated to Vaughn, Ontario, Canada in 1833.  This family is being researched by Tim Ryeland. http://ryeland.com/tim/tree/f762.htm#f1318 

  1. Sarah MCNAUGHTAN, bap 26 MAY 1792 in Comrie.  1861 - Sarah MCNAUGHTON, b. 1791 in Monzievaird, residing in Turnpike Road, Dalginross, working as a shop woman.
  2. Jannet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 JAN 1794 in Comrie
  3. Duncan MACNAUGHTAN, bap. 13 SEP 1795 in Comrie
  4. Rev. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, M.A., bap 13 AUG 1797 in Comrie -> Ontario
    1. descendants in Ontario to be added
  5. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 29 SEP 1799 in Comrie (may be the James 1797 in Dalchula below)
  6. Donald MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 JUL 1801 in Comrie, presumably died in infancy
  7. Daniel MCNAUGHTAN, bap 27 JUL 1802 in Comrie -> Ontario
    1. descendants in Ontario to be added
  8. Ann MCNAUGHTON, b 1806 in Monzievaird, bap 17 DEC 1804 in Comrie, d 13 APR 1885 in Comrie, m 25 MAY 1834 in Comrie to John MCDOUGAL, b 1786 in Comrie, res 1861 in Mailerbeg in Glenartney, d 5 MAY 1872 in Mailerbeg
    1. Janet McNaughton MCDOUGAL, b 12 AUG 1835, bap 06 SEP 1835 in Comrie
    2. John b 27 MAR 1837, bap 28 APR 1837 in Comrie
    3. Ann b 25 NOV 1837, bap 17 DEC 1837 in Comrie
  9. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 16 AUG 1807 in Comrie

Possible birth for John m 1791:

Duncan MACNAUGHTANE and Sarah DONALDSON (MCDONALD) (no marriage found)

  1. John MACNAUGHTANE, bap 31 AUG 1762 in Comrie
  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTANE, bap 11 DEC 1764 in Comrie

The following family were also in Dalginross

Christian MCNAUGHTON, b 1785 in Dull, res 1851 in Dalginross, pauper

  1. Lillias, b 1828 in Comrie, m Alexander MCDONALD

Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON, 1811, res 1841 Ross, res w/Donald (labourer) and Margaret Wilson

James MCNAUGHTAN m Elisabeth DRUMMOND in Mailermore

  1. John MCNAUGHTANE, bap 17 MAR 1759 in Mailermore, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
  2. Alexander MCNAUGHTANE, bap 26 SEP 1761 in Mailermore, Comrie
  3. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTANE, bap 27 OCT 1768 in Mailermore, Comrie
  4. Margaret MCNAUGHTANE, bap 16 JUN 1771 in Mailermore, Comrie

 

Balmennoch (Mid Glen Lednock)

William McNaughtan and Margaret McNab in Balmennoch

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN b. ca. 1720, and Mary/Margaret MCNAUGHTAN

  1. William MCNAUGHTAN (According to One World Tree/Rootsweb he is the William bap 23 SEP 1753 in Fortingall, Perth., Scotland.  There are two different William McNaughtans bap'd on that same day, both with fathers named Malcolm McNaughtan and with mothers named Mary McNaughtan and Christian McPherson. As Mary is a Gaelic substitute name for Margaret, it is likely that Mary McNaughtan is the correct mother.)  Also according to OWT William died 18 Oct 1821 in Killin, Comrie, Perth., Scotland; age 67 years; a Feuar. Obviously the place is mistaken as Killin and Comrie are two different parishes.  Possibly it could be St. Fillan's, Comrie.) m JAN 1784 in Comrie to Margaret MCNAB (bap 30 Jan 1753 at Milmore, Killin, Perth, Scotland, dtr of James MCNAB and Elizabeth MCNIVEN. d 1836 in Schoolhouse, Comrie, Perth., Scotland).
    1. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 14 NOV 1784 in Comrie.  According to OWT, she m 7 Mar 1806 in Comrie, Perth., Scotland to Duncan MCINTYRE and had descendants in Scotland.
    2. Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN, bap 14 JAN 1787 in Balmenoch, Comrie.  According to OWT, Malcolm d 7 May 1862 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.; age 75 years.  In 1830 Malcolm returned to Scotland to arrange for life rent for his mother. The Commission was not acted upon until 1838.  Malcolm returned to London, ON. with the Family Clock.  He married Ann SINCLAIR b: 2 Jun 1796 in Tyree, Argyle., Scotland.
      1. Has Children William MCNAUGHTON b: ABT. 1822. m Christian SMITH.
        1. Has Children Malcolm MCNAUGHTON b: 1876 in London Twp., ON. m Geneva TURNER b: 1874 in London Twp., ON.
          1. Has Children William Malcolm MCNAUGHTON b: 16 Apr 1901 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON. m 18 Oct 1934 in ?London Twp. ON.
            1. Has No Children Living MCNAUGHTON
            2. Has No Children Living MCNAUGHTON
          2. Has No Children Harold MCNAUGHTON b: 5 Oct 1902 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.
          3. Has No Children Allan Randolph MCNAUGHTON b: ABT. 1906 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.
          4. Has No Children Marcus Allan MCNAUGHTON b: 1907 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.
          5. Has No Children Reginald Paul MCNAUGHTON b: 1913 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.
      2. Has Children Catherine MCNAUGHTON b: ABT. 1823 in Aldborough, Elgin Co., Ont. m 1846 to Alexander CARMICHAEL b: 2 Jun 1816 in Tullebanachar, Comrie, Perth., Scotland
        1. had descendants in London
      3. Has Children Margaret MCNAUGHTON b: 25 Oct 1825 in ?London Twp. ON. m John CARMICHAEL b: May 1818 in Tullebanachar, Comrie, Perth., Scotland
        1. had descendants in London
      4. Has Children Duncan MCNAUGHTON b: 1 Jan 1828 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON. m 12 Jul 1865 in Telfer Antiburgher Church to Eleanor MCFARLANE b: 26 Apr 1840 in ?London Twp. ON.
        1. Has Children William MCNAUGHTON b: 25 Jan 1866. m 22 Dec 1897 in ?London Twp. ON. to Elizabeth Harriet THOMPSON b: 1866
          1. William Wilfred MCNAUGHTON b: 30 Jun 1902 in Con 7, Lot 20; London Twp., ON.
        2. Has No Children Charlotte Moriah MCNAUGHTON b: 15 Sep 1868 in Con 7, Lot 20; London Twp., ON.
        3. Has No Children Margaret Emily MCNAUGHTON b: 6 Mar 1870
        4. Has Children Elizabeth Ann MCNAUGHTON b: 3 Dec 1871
        5. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTON b: 2 Sep 1873 in London Twp., ON.
        6. Has No Children Ellen MCNAUGHTON b: 10 Dec 1875 in Con. 8, Lot 21; London Twp., ON.
        7. Has No Children James Duncan MCNAUGHTON b: 30 Aug 1884 in London Twp., ON.
      5. Has No Children Elizabeth MCNAUGHTON b: 1829 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON. m John FRASER b: in S 1/2, Con. 12, Lot 15; London Twp., ON. d 26 Jul 1917 in S 1/2, Con. 12, Lot 15; London Twp., ON.
      6. Has No Children Ann MCNAUGHTON b: 1832 in Con. 10, Lot 15; London Twp., ON. m James ROBSON b: 29 Mar 1829 in London Twp., ON. d 1920 in N 1/2 Con., Lot 16; London Twp., ON.
    3. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 14 FEB 1790 in Comrie.  d 1829 in Killin, Comrie, Perth., Scotland; age 39 years.
    4. Robert MCNAUGHTAN, bap 17 MAY 1792 in Comrie.  d 1810 in Killin, Comrie, Perth., Scotland; age 20 years.

Duncan McNaughtan and Mary McKinlay in Balmennoch

Duncan McNaughton, b. ABT 1740 in Scotland. (suggested by Malcolm Gray to be the one shown above b 14 APR 1751, son of James McNaughtan (of the Dalchonzie family) and Jannet McArthur, however Malcolm's suggestion is contested by others.) married in 1773 in Comrie and Callander, Perthshire, Scotland to Mary MCKINLAY, b 1750, dtr of John McKinlay and Catharine Buchanan.  This family is being researched by Malcolm Gray and Don McArthur.

  1. Has No Children Malcolm MCNAUGHTON b: 28 OCT 1774 in Balmennoch, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland m 1813 in Logie to Mary McInnes.  According to One World Tree and Malcolm Gray, this Malcolm later immigrated to Elgin and Middlesex Counties in Ontario, Canada and then to Quebec, Canada. However these sources are hopelessly contradictory and it would appear they have confused this Malcolm with one who was born 1787 in Comrie, son of William McNaughton. OWT also shows children of this couple born in the 1860s which is chronologically impossible.  Thus, information on Malcolm's wife or wives and children is completely unreliable at this point.
  2. Has No Children John MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 27 OCT 1776 in Balmennoch, Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Has No Children Catharine MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 23 DEC 1778 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland m 1798 in Callander to Alexander Stewart
  4. Has No Children William MCNAUGHTON b: 1780 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland m Catharine Campbell
  5. Has No Children Son MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 14 JUN 1782 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
  6. Has No Children Janet MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 11 AUG 1784 in Cambusbeg, Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland m 1807 to John Stewart
  7. Has No Children Margaret MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 11 AUG 1784 in Cambusbeg, Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland m 1810 in Dunblane to James McLean
  8. Has No Children James MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 7 APR 1786 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
  9. Has No Children James MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 25 MAR 1787 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland
  10. Has No Children Donald MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 1790 in Callander, Perthshire, Scotland (According to Donald Whyte, this Donald McNaughton immigrated to Aldborough Twp, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada.)
  11. Has No Children Mary MCNAUGHTON b: ABT 1790 in Callander, Perthshire, Scotland d 1856, m Duncan Ferguson
  12. Has No Children Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON b: 12 MAR 1794 in Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland, m 1822 in Dunblane to William Christie

Daniel MCNAUGTHAN and Isbal MCNAB in Balmennoch

  1. Daniel MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 DEC 1775 in Balmennoch, Comrie

Comrie Village

John MCNAUGHTAN m 16 DEC 1776 in Comrie to Janet DRUMMOND in Comrie village

  1. Helen MCNAUGHTAN, b 01 NOV 1778, bap 03 NOV 1778 in Comrie Village
  2. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 08 JAN 1780 in Comrie village
  3. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 23 DEC 1781 in Comrie Village

 

Duncan MCNAUGHTEN, b abt 1840, res 1841 Drummond St. Comrie Village, grandson of Alexander and Ann Drummond, res 1851 East Comrie Village w/grandparents.  Duncan probably b. 1 OCT 1839 in Comrie, son of Robert McNaughton and Catherine Drummond (only child of this couple in IGI).  Robert may be bap 12 MAY 1815 in Fortingall, son of Duncan McNaughton and Catharine McGregor.

***Duncan MCNAUGHTON, d bef 1851, m 29 JAN 1811 in Comrie to Margaret MCNAB, b. 1786-1793 in Comrie, res 1851 East Comrie Village, gamekeeper's widow

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 08 MAR 1812 in Comrie
  2. Mary, bap 31 MAR 1816 in Crieff
  3. David, 1828 in Crieff, res 1851 w/mother, cotton weaver, res 1861 Drummond St., Comrie village, rabbit catcher, m 7 MAY 1869 in Comrie to Janet TAYLOR
    1. Duncan, bap 04 AUG 1868 in Comrie
  4. Robert, 1834 in Crieff, bap 16 SEP 1832 in Crieff, res 1851 w/mother
  5. Gordon 1839 in Crieff, bap 28 MAY 1837 in Crieff, res 1851 w/mother
  6. Catherine bap 27 DEC 1839 in Crieff, not in census

***Peter's family

Unknown MCNAUGHTON

  1. Catherine MCNAUGHTON, 1813, res 1841 Dundas St, Comrie Village, occ 1841 dressmaker
  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTON, 1816
  3. Duncan MCNAUGHTON, 1819, res ditto, occ 1841 shoemaker
  4. Christian MCLAREN, 1811
    1. Elizabeth MCLAREN, 1837
  5. Mary CAMERON, 1840

James MCNAUGHTEN, 1850, res 1851 East Comrie Village, 1861 Dundas St, Comrie Village, grandson (1851 says "granddaughter" sic) of Donald and Catharine Bain (b. 1793)

 

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN (potential births: 03 APR 1768 in Fortingall s/o John McNaughtan and Janet McCallum, or 06 NOV 1768 in Fortingall s/o John McNaughtan and Christian McNaughtan) married 25 JAN 1795 in Weem to Margaret CAMPBELL

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 1796 in Killin (LDS)
  2. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 21 DEC 1797 in Killin (LDS)
  3. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 27 DEC 1801 in Fortingall (mother's surname not given, not certain to be of this family)
  4. Donald MCNAUGHTAN, bap 1802 in Killin (LDS)
  5. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 18 OCT 1803 in Fortingall (mother's surname not given, not certain to be of this family)
  6. Colin MCNAUGHTAN, bap 18 SEP 1803 in Killin (LDS)

Duncan MCNAUGHTANE and Katherine MCLALLAN (no marriage found)

  1. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 APR 1773 in Fortingall (mother's surname not given)
  2. Malcolm MCNAUGHTANE, bap 14 OCT 1778 in Fortingall. m 17 JUL 1809 in Weem to Margaret CAMPBELL.  This family is found in 1841 residing in Balquhidder with Malcolm and Margaret both shown as age 60 and with three children: Duncan, 25, Grace (Girsel), 25, and John, 15.  In 1851 Margaret is widowed and found residing in Comrie.
    1. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 16 SEP 1810 in Fortingall
    2. Girsel MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 MAY 1812 in Fortingall.  Residing with her parents in 1841.
    3. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 31 DEC 1813 in Fortingall.  Residing with his parents in 1841.
    4. Donald MCNAUGHTAN, bap 06 JAN 1816 in Fortingall.  Not found in 1841.
    5. John MCNAUGHTON b 1821 in Fortingall (son of Malcolm McNaughton and Margaret Campbell), school teacher, m 31 MAY 1859 in Lurg, Monzievaird and Strowan to Janet FERGUSON, b 1823 in Monzievaird, dtr of Donald Ferguson and Janet McDougal), res 1861 Dundas St. Comrie village. res 1841 with parents. res 1851 in Comrie with widowed mother.
      1. Malcolm MCNAUGHTON, b 1860 in Comrie, bap 07 AUG 1859 in Comrie.  This Malcolm is being discussed here: http://www.hostmybb.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=149&mforum=rykbrowngenealo .  He married to Maggie L STEWART, b 1857 dtr of Peter Stewart and Isabella Dow (shown below).  Maggie d 14 JUN 1888 at St. Fillans, age 31 from childbirth.  They had:
        1. Jessie MCNAUGHTON, b 1882
        2. Peter MCNAUGHTON, b 1885
        3. Maggie MCNAUGHTON b 1888

        Malcolm moved bet 1888-1891 to Edinburgh where he worked as a spirit dealer and insurance agent.  He married secondly to Johanna.  They had:

        1. James Brown MCNAUGHTON
      2. Janet Ann MCNAUGHTON, bap 30 JUN 1861 in Comrie
      3. Margaret Campbell MCNAUGHTON, bap 22 APR 1863 in Comrie
      4. Christian MCNAUGHTON, bap 03 DEC 1865 in Comrie
  3. Donald MCNAUGHTANE, bap 06 NOV 1779 in Fortingall (twin)
  4. Christian MCNAUGHTANE, bap 06 NOV 1779 in Fortingall (twin)
  5. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 JUL 1781 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)
  6. Mary MCNAUGHTAN, bap. 08 FEB 1784 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)
  7. Donald MCNAUGHTAN, bap 04 DEC 1785 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)
  8. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 16 AUG 1789 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)
  9. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 08 MAY 1791 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)
  10. Finlay MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 OCT 1795 in Fortingall (mother: Catharine McLellan)

Birth family for Maggie L. Stewart, above:

Duncan STEWART and Jean DOW (no marriage found)

  1. Patrick/Peter STEWART b 1796-98 in Blair Atholl, bap 16 MAR 1796 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland. m 23 FEB 1845 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland to Isabella DOW b 1816 in Blair Atholl.  In 1861 Peter and Isabella and their children were residing in Tom Untionda, Blair Atholl.  In 1871 Peter and Isabella were residing at Tominlanda, Blair Atholl with their children.  In 1881 their children Duncan, Margaret, and Peter were residing at Tominatanda, Blair Atholl.  In all census records Peter Stewart is shown as a farmer of various small acreage, implying that he was a small proprietor.
    1. Duncan STEWART, b/bap 7/16 MAR 1848 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
    2. Jane STEWART, b/bap 13/21 JAN 1850 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
    3. Thomas STEWART, b/bap 10/17 FEB 1853 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.  Thomas is not found in census records and is presumed to have died young.
    4. Margaret STEWART, b 9 JUL 1856 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland. m Malcolm McNaughton above, d14 JUN 1888 in St. Fillans, Comrie
    5. Peter STEWART, b 29 DEC 1858 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
  2. Donald STEWART, b/bap  29/31 JAN 1800 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Girsel STEWART, b/bap 28/29 APR 1803 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
  4. Catharine STEWART, b/bap 14/16 SEP 1807 in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland

Dalchonzie

John MCNAUGHTONN and Janet MCINTYRE

  1. Janet MCNAUGHTONN, b 29 MAY 1702 bap 31 MAY 1702 in Dalchonzie, Comrie
  2. Grisell MCNAUGHTONN, bap 27 FEB 1704 in Dalchonzie, Comrie
  3. NN MCNAUGHTONN, bap APR 1706 in Dalchonzie, Comrie

John MCNAUGHTAN and Janet MCINTYRE

  1. Jannet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 31 MAY 1724 in Dalchonzie, Comrie

John MCNAUGHTAN m Jannet DONALDSON in Dalchonzie

  1. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 OCT 1730 in Dalchonzie, Comrie
  2. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 30 JAN 1743 in Dalchonzie, Comrie
  3. Thomas MCNAUGHTAN, bap 5 SEP 1745 in Dalchonzie, Comrie (mother not given)

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN m Christian DRUMMOND (MCGREGOR? m 21 MAR 1772 in Dull) in Dalchonzie

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, b 15 MAY 1774, bap 22 MAY 1774 in Dalchonzie, Comrie

 

Duncan (Dan in 1841) MCNAUGHTEN, b 1802 in Dalchonzie, res 1841 Dalchonzie, occ 1841 gardener, 1851 same, m. 29 DEC 1828 in Comrie to Catherine CLARK, b. 1805 in Kirknewton, Linbarr?, Scotland, res w/ Margaret MCNAUGHTEN b abt 1786 (mother or sister?).  Duncan believed to be bap 07 FEB 1802 in Comrie, son of Peter McNaughtan and Margaret Stewart (see above family of Colin in Moral).

  1. Peter, bap 04 APR 1830 in Comrie (not found in 1841/51)
  2. James, b. 25 SEP 1831 bap 03 OCT 1831 in Comrie (not with parents in 1851)
  3. Margaret b 23 MAR 1833 in Dalchonzie and bap 20 APR 1833 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents, servant
  4. John 24 OCT 1835 and bap 15 NOV 1835 in Comrie (not with parents in 1851)
  5. Cathrine b 28 JAN 1838 in Dalchonzie, bap 12 MAR 1838 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents
  6. Janet b 09 JUL 1840 in Dalchonzie, bap 21 JUL 1840 in Comrie, res 1851 w/parents
  7. Duncan b 18 APR 1843 in Dalchonzie and bap 7 MAY 1843 in Comrie

Dalchulla (?) and Aberuchill (west of Comrie, south of Dalchonzie)

7 MAR 1703, John MCNAUGHTON in Aberuchill received money from the session of Comrie (no explanation given as to why).
8 AUG 1704, John MCNAUGHTON "a poor man" received money from the session of Comrie
6 MAY 1705, John MCNAUGHTON "a poor man in Abouruchill" received money from the session of Comrie.
26 AUG 1705, 14 SEP 1705 ditto

James MCNAUGHTON, b. 1791 in Aberuchill, (possibly bro of Rev Peter McN above) res 1841 in Aberuchill, overseer, 1851 in Dalchulla Cottage, Ross, contractor, wife Margaret MCNAUGHTEN b. abt 1791 (not present in 1851, but see previous entry)

  1. James 1821 in Aberuchill, res 1841 in Aberuchill w/father, 1851 Dalchulla w/father, labourer
  2. Robert 1822 in Aberuchill, res 1851 w/father, game keeper (not in 1841)
  3. Margaret 1830 in Aberuchill, res 1851 w/father (not in 1841), (possibly bap 04 MAY 1829 in Comrie, dtr of James McNaughton and Christian McGregor)

Believed to be the same James McNaughton family as:

James MCNAUGHTAN m 26 MAR 1810 in Comrie to Christian MCGREGOR-alias-DRUMMOND

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 29 JUN 1811 in Comrie, d 22 APR 1878 in Comrie, bur White Church beside Duncan 1807 (the joiner below) and beside Dalchonzie McNs, Mitchell's MI: "sometimes in New Zealand"

  2. Christian MCNAUGHTON, bap 20 NOV 1814 in Comrie

  3. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 13 SEP 1818 in Comrie
  4. Unknown, bap 09 JAN 1825 in Comrie (no mother given)

  5. Margaret bap 04 MAY 1829 in Comrie

believed to be the same family as: 1861 res Stabete Labour Road, Comrie

  1. James MCNAUGHTON, b 1817 in Comrie, Ag Lab

  2. Margaret MCNAUGTON (sister), b 1833 in Comrie, dom serv

Duncan (Dum) MCNAUGHTON, b 1807 in Glenartney, res 1841 Ross, res 1851 Dalchulla Cottage, Ross, occ 1841 wright, occ 1851 joiner, 1861 in Dundas St., Comrie village, joiner, d. 27 JAN 1879 in Comrie, buried White Church beside Dalchonzie family, m 10 DEC 1833 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Janet STORRAR, b. 1811 Faulkland, Fife, Scotland, d. 16 OCT 1877 in Comrie, mother Elizabeth McN 1753, res w/William MCNAUGHTON 1824 apprentice wright (brother?)*

  1. Peter b. 1836 in Ross, bap 11 NOV 1835 in Comrie, res 1841 & 51 with parents, occ 1851 app joiner
  2. Ann b. 1837 in Ross, bap 09 OCT 1837 in Comrie
  3. Elisabeth b. 1839 in Ross, bap 13 OCT 1839 in Comrie
  4. Janet b. 1841 in Ross, bap 26 NOV 1841 in Comrie
  5. Cathrine, b. 1843 in Ross
  6. Euphemia, b. 1845 in Ross, bap 06 OCT 1843 in Comrie (none younger found with parents in 1861)
  7. Richard, b. 1847 in Ross, bap 23 NOV 1847 in Comrie (only Richard and Jane w/parents in 1861)
  8. Margaret, b. 1849 in Ross (not found 1861)
  9. Jean, bap 15 MAY 1849 in Comrie (not found 1861)
  10. Duncan, bap 15 MAY 1854 in Comrie (not found 1861)
  11. Jane, 1854 in Comrie (w parents 1861)

Possible family for William McNaughton who is found residing with the family above:

Duncan McNaughton and Janet Gow

  1. John McNaughton, 16 AUG 1818 in Crieff
  2. William McNaughton, 3 OCT 1820 in Crieff (only William in IGI within 10 years born anywhere nearby)
  3. Janet McNaughton, 8 SEP 1822 in Crieff

Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON, b. 1803 in Kenmore, res. 1851 Dalchulla Cottage, Ross, pauper

  1. Janet 1843 in Aberuchill
  2. Margaret 1844 in Aberuchill

Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON, b. 1801 in Glenartney, res 1851 Dalchulla Cottage, Ross, pauper lolly, res w/ Margaret Thomson, b 1773 in Ardonaig, Crofter's widow

  1. Margaret MCNAUGHTON, b. 1821 in Perthshire, visitor 1851 uncertain relationship

Robert MCNAUGHTON, 1796, res 1841 Aberuchill, occ 1841 labourer, wife Elisabeth 1806

Dalchruin & Mailerbeg (Upper Glen Artney)

John MCNAUGHTAN m Ann COMRIE in Mailerbeg and Dalchruin

  1. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 APR 1743 in Mailerbeg, Comrie
  2. John MCNAUGHTAN/MCNOWGHTON, bap 29 JUN 1746 in Little Mailer, Comrie
  3. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 18 JUN 1749 in Dalchruine~~~, Comrie
  4. Alexander MCNAUGHTAN, bap 05 MAY 1751 in Dalechruine, Comrie

Dalness (Mid Glen Artney)

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN and Margaret STALKER in Dalness

  1. Mary MCNAUGHTAN, bap 17 AUG 1780 in Dalness, Comrie
  2. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 07 JUL 1782 in Dalness, Comrie
  3. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 02 MAY 1784 in Dalness, Comrie (mother's surname not given)
  4. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 12 MAR 1786 in Dalness, Comrie
  5. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 APR 1788 in Comrie
  6. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 29 MAY 1790 in Comrie m Alex Anderson
  7. Robert MCNAUGHTAN, bap 04 MAR 1792 in Comrie.  Robert MCNAUGHTAN m 15 MAR 1816 in Comrie to Janet STEWART (prob bap 16 DEC 1792 in Monzie, dtr of Peter STEWART and Jannet MURRAY)
    1. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 21 DEC 1817 in Comrie (only child)
  8. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 07 SEP 1794 in Comrie
  9. Ann MACNAUGHTAN, bap 15 JAN 1797 in Comrie

Alexander MCNAUGHTAN m 16 DEC 1783 in Comrie to Elisabeth MCANISH/MCAUNSH/MCAAUNSH in Dalness

  1. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 SEP 1784 in Dalness, Comrie
  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 MAY 1786 in Dalness, Comrie
  3. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 03 AUG 1788 in Comrie
  4. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 AUG 1790 in Comrie
  5. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 19 JUL 1792 in Comrie
  6. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 26 APR 1795 in Comrie

 

Garrichrui/Garrichrew (east end of Dunira estate)

James MCNAUGHTAN m 26 FEB 1749 in Comrie to Catharine CARMICHAEL/CARMICHELL/CARMICHEL in Garrichrew

  1. Girsall MCNAUGHTAN, bap 27 MAY 1750 in Garrichrew, Comrie
  2. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 16 AUG 1752 in Garichruie, Comrie

 

Findhuglen/Findiglen/Finglen (Deep Upper Glen Artney)

Duncan MACNAUGHTANE and Sarah DONALDSON (no marriage found) in Finduglen

  1. John MACNAUGHTANE, bap 31 AUG 1762 in Finniglen, Comrie
  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTANE, bap 11 DEC 1764 in Finniglen, Comrie

 

Glen Artney

John MCNAUGHTONN and Janet NCGRIGOR

  1. Kat. MCNAUGHTONN, bap 04 SEP 1693 in Glen Artney, Comrie

 

 

 

 

Other Comrie McNaughtans as found in census records and OPR records

Patrick MCNAUGHTON-alias-MCGREGOR in Tibbermuir parish married Janet MCISAAC in Comrie parish.

Malcolm MCKNAUGHTAN and Margaret MCKNIVEN

  1. Janet MCKNAUGHTAN, bap 16 JAN 1709 in Gualmicomrie?, Comrie (place name is very hard to read)

 

 

John MCNAUGHTAN m Ann MCALLUM

  1. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 24 JAN 1775 in Killin
  2. Finlay MCNAUGHTAN, bap 22 SEP 1776 in Killin (see Balquhidder Finlay)
  3. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 NOV 1778 in Killin
  4. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 21 NOV 1780 in Killin, LDS: James Duncan MCNAUGHTON bap 25 NOV 1780 in Killin
  5. Ann MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 JUN 1785 in Keplandie, Comrie

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN in Innerlochlarigbeg m 21 APR 1787 in Balquhidder to Margaret STEWART in Auchleskine

  1. Mary MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 FEB 1790 in Comrie
  2. Jean MCNAUGHTAN, bap 08 APR 1792 in Comrie
  3. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 14 MAY 1794 in Comrie

James MACNAUGHTAN and ?

  1. NN MACNAUGHTAN, bap 20 SEP 1795 in Comrie

Peter MCNAUGHTAN and Jean MCGREGOR (no marriage)

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 04 JAN 1795 in Comrie

Peter MCNAUGHTAN and Catharine CAMPBELL (no marriage)

  1. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 19 AUG 1798 in Comrie

James MCNAUGHTAN and Janet FORBES (no marriage)

  1. Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 JUN 1800 in Comrie (only child)

Peter MCNAUGHTAN m Elisabeth MCANISH

  1. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 OCT 1804 in Comrie

possibly the same Peter who...

Peter MCNAUGHTAN m 02 JAN 1809 in Comrie to Elisabeth MCLAREN

  1. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 02 JAN 1809 in Comrie
  2. Katharine MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 JUL 1810 in Killin
  3. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 06 MAR 1813 in Killin

Margaret MCNAUGHTON, b. 1791 in Comrie, m ? McIsaac

  1. Elisabeth MCISAAC, b 1819 in Comrie, m William MCINTYRE, resided in Little Port

Duncan MCNAUGHTON, b. 1815 in Weems, Perthshire, res 1851 Ardveich, shepherd, res 1861 in Tominor (Tomanair in Aberuchill), shepherd, m. 12 NOV 1848 in Killin to Margaret MCLAREN, b. 1825 in Comrie

  1. Malcolm, b. 1849 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland. d bef 1853.
  2. Catharine, 1850 in Comrie and bap 28 APR 1850 in Killin, Perthshire, Scotland
  3. Margaret, 31 JAN 1852 in Comrie
  4. Malcolm, b 1853 in Comrie and bap 28 MAR 1853 in Killin, Perthshire, Scotland
  5. John, 13 NOV 1854 in Killin
  6. Duncan, 02 FEB 1856 in Killin
  7. Mary Ann, 16 JUL 1858 in Callander
  8. Donald, 16 MAR 1861 in Tominor, Comrie

Donald (Donato 1841) MCNAUGHTAN, b. ABT 1791 in Perthshire, res 1841 Bowalker, occ 1841 ag lab, d. bef 1851, m 10 DEC 1825 in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland to Ann MCAINSH, b. ABT 1801 in Comrie, res 1851 Cushevachew (Cashvachkchen, Glen Lednock) , occ 1851 shepherd's widow.  Donald may be b. 24 DEC 1799 and bap 27 DEC 1799 in Kenmore, Perthshire, Scotland, son of Donald McNaughtan and Janet Kennedy.

  1. Donald (Donato) MCNAUGHTEN, bap 2 JUL 1826 in Comrie
  2. Janie MCNAUGHTEN, b 20 OCT 1828 in Comrie (with parents in 1841, not found 1851)
  3. Margaret MCNAUGHTEN, b 20 MAY 1831 bap 5 JUN 1831 in Comrie
  4. Catherin MCNAUGHTEN, b 15 MAR 1834 bap 30 MAR 1834 in Comrie, residing w/widowed mother in 1851

John MCNAUGHTEN, b 1822 in Killin, res 1851 Derry, shepherd to Donald McLaren (b. 1780, grazier of 1700 acres, wife Margaret McIntyre, 1791 in Comrie)

Margaret MCNAUGHTON, b. 1781 in Weem, res 1851 Auchtow, crofter,

  1. Grace 1814 Weem, res 1851 w/mother
  2. John 1821 Weem, res 1851 Auchtow w/mother, teacher
    1. Daniel (grandchild or great grandchild, but by uncertain parent), b. 1850 in Fortingall

Duncan MCNAUGHTON, b. 1766 in Rannoch, res 1851 Tomrannich, labourer,

  1. Joan 1799 in Rannoch,
    1. Janet CHRISTIE, b. 1826 in Carnlia, granddaughter of Duncan by uncertain parents
    2. Duncan MCNAUGHTON, b. 1844 in Alexandra, Dunbartonshire, grandson by uncertain parents

James MCNAUGHTON, d. bef 1845, m 22 FEB 1839 in Comrie and Callander to Janet MCNAB, b 1817 in Callander

  1. Elizabeth MCNAUGHTON, b. 1841 in Comrie, bap 1 JAN 1838 in Comrie, res 1851 in Wester Brackland, Callander, niece of John McNab, b 1821 in Callander, farmer of 1600 acres

  2. John MCNAUGHTON, b. 18 SEP 1842, bap 25 SEP 1842 in Comrie.  John MCNAUGHTON, b. 1843 in Comrie, son of Janet b. 1817 in Callander (first husband d bef 1845, married secondly in 1845 to Hugh McLachlan

Donald MCNAUGHTON, b 1828 in Comrie, res 1851 East Lochran, Cleish parish, Kinross, shepherd, res w/ John Firnie

Donald MCNAUGHTON, b 1791 in Kenmore, res 1851 Crachanie House, Aberfoyle, ag lab, m1 16 MAR 1816 in Killin to Isabel MCPHERSON, m2 on 06 DEC 1827 in Comrie to Christian MENZIES b 1804 in Dull

  1. Marjory MCNAUGHTON, bap 26 AUG 1828 in Aberfoyle (not with parents in 1851)

  2. James MCNAUGHTON, b 02 MAY 1830 in Aberfoyle (not with parents in 1851), m 15 DEC 1856 in Callander to Catherine MCKAY, dtr of John McKay and Margaret McKenzie

  3. William MCNAUGHTON, b. 1834 in Comrie, bap 24 JUL 1833 in Aberfoyle

  4. John MCNAUGHTON, b 1836 in Comrie, bap 08 DEC 1835 in Aberfoyle

  5. Christian MCNAUGHTON, b. 1841 in Callander, bap 14 OCT 1840 in Aberfoyle

  6. Duncan MCNAUGHTON, b 1844 in Aberfoyle, bap 07 OCT 1843 in Aberfoyle

John MCNAUGHTON, b. 1828 in Comrie, res 1851 in Duncraggan, Callander, labourer for widow Margaret McLaren

John MCNAUGHTON, b 1800 in Fortingall, res 1851 Oldtown, Contin, Ross and Cromarty, shepherd, m 25 OCT 1833 in Fortingall to Betsy (MC)NICOL, b 1815 in Westerkirk, Dumfries

  1. John, 1834, in Comrie

  2. Jesse, 1837 in Contin, Ross

  3. Christian, 1839 in Contin, Ross

  4. George, 1841 in Fodderty, Ross, bap 4 MAY 1840 in Contin, Ross and Cromarty

  5. Margaret, 1843 in Dingwall, Ross

  6. Barbara, 1845 in Contin, Ross

  7. William, 1847 in Contin, Ross

  8. Elisabeth, 1849 in Knockbain, Ross

Wester Miggar in Monzie (c113822/4)

bulletnote: absolutely no McNaughton births in Monzie parish after 1820

Christian MCNAWGHTON m 26 DEC 1729 in Monzie to Alexander SINCLAIR

Christian MCNAWGHTON m 24 DEC 1736 in Monzie to Donald MCQUAIR

Katharin MCNAWGHTON, m 20 JUL 1739 in Monzie to John CLERK

Donald MCCNAWGHTON, m 12 NOV 1730 in Monzie to Mary MCKEICH

  1. Isabell MCCNAWGHTON, bap 16 FEB 1733 in Monzie

  2. Margaret MCCNAWGHTON, 01 AUG 1735 in Monzie

Duncan MCCNAWGHTON

  1. Janet MCCNAWGHTON, bap 30 SEP 1733 in Monzie

  2. Donald MCNAWGHTON, bap. 14 AUG 1737 in Monzie

John MCCNAWGHTON, m 24 APR 1733 in Monzie to Katharine CLERK

  1. Peter MCCNAWGHTOWN, bap 17 FEB 1734 in Monzie

  2. Katharine MCCNAWGHTON, bap. 08 FEB 1736 in Monzie

  3. James MCCNAWGHTON, bap. 10 DEC 1738 in Monzie.  James MCNAWGHTON m on 30 JUL 1758 in Crieff to Janet KYNOCH/KYNNOCH/MCKENZIE/MCKINZIE

    1. Helen MCNAWGHTON, bap 24 AUG 1760 in Monzie

    2. John MCNAWGHTON, bap 07 AUG 1763 in Monzie (twin)

    3. Janet MCNAWGHTON, bap 07 AUG 1763 in Monzie (twin)

    4. James MCNAWGHTON, bap 10 NOV 1765 in Monzie

John MCNAWGHTON m 21 FEB 1740 in Monzie to Margaret BURDEN (2nd marriage for John preceding?)

John MCNAWGHTON m on 28 JAN 1759 in Crieff to Helen REID

  1. Thomas MCNAWGHTON, bap 20 JAN 1760 in Monzie

  2. Janet MCNAUGHTON, bap 19 NOV 1762 in Monzie (no mother given)

John MCNAWGHTON m 02 MAY 1760 in Monzie to Marion CREARER (2nd marriage?)

Donald MCNAUGHTON and Catharine MCARTHUR

  1. Christian MCNAUGHTON bap 21 APR 1771 in Monzie
  2. Donald MCNAUGHTON, bap. 03 OCT 1773 in Monzie

Peter MCNAUGHTAN and Janet SINCLAIR

  1. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 21 NOV 1786 in Monzie

Peter MCNAUGHTON and Marrion CARRICK, bap 26 NOV 1775 in Monzie dtr of James Carrick and Margaret Anderson

  1. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 SEP 1807 in Monzie

Peter MCNAUGHTAN m 02 NOV 1811 in Monzie to Mary CLAPPERTON

James MCNAUGHTON, b. 1809 in Comrie, res 1851 in Wester Miggar in Glenartney, Monzie and Strowan, mason with five acres, m. 15 JUN 1832 in Comrie to Elisabeth MCINTYRE, b 1813 in Comrie.  Not found in 1861, probably the James and Eliz from Glenartney -> NZ 1852.

  1. James b. 17 AUG 1832 and bap 20 SEP 1832 in Comrie, not with parents in 1851.  May be the James McNaughton, b 1832 in Comrie, res 1851 in Gorbals, Lanark working as a shopman.
  2. Peter, b 1835 in Strowan, b 01 FEB 1835, bap. 7 FEB 1835 in Comrie, res w parents in 1851
  3. Janet, b 1838 in Strowan, b. 14 OCT 1838, bap. 20 OCT 1838 in Comrie, res w parents in 1851
  4. Duncan, b 1843 in Strowan, b. 24 JUL 1842, bap. 07 AUG 1842 in Comrie, res w parents in 1851

  5. Catherine, b. 1845 in Strowan, b. 15 MAR 1845, bap. 26 MAR 1845 in Comrie, res w parents in 1851

  6. Betty, b1847 in Strowan, b. 07 MAY 1846, bap. 21 MAY 1846 in Comrie, res w parents in 1851

  7. Christine, 1850 in Strowan, ditto

Alexander MCNAUGHTAN, m 07 APR 1811 in Monzie to Jannet MCCARA

  1. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 22 MAR 1812 in Monzie

Duncan MCNAUGHTON, b 1801/1799 in Comrie, res 1851 in Wester Miggar, Monzie and Strowan, farmer, res 1861 in Wester Miggar, farmer, m Margaret MCLAREN

  1. Alexander 1833 in Strowan, b 7 JAN 1831, bap 10 JAN 1831 in Comrie, d bef 1861, m 02 JUN 1856 in Crieff to Janet MCCOWAN, b 1835 in Monzievaird, dtr of Peter McOwan and Janet Drummond, (ages 25 & 21 at marriage), res 1861 Drummond St., Comrie, cottager, w/dtr Janet

    1. Janet MCNAUGHTON, bap 3 JUL 1857 in St. Ninians, Stirling (only child)
  2. James 1835 in Strowan

  3. Donald 1837 in Strowan

  4. niece Christian MCLAREN b. 1837 in Callander

Donald MCNAUGHTA/ON m 31 JAN 1801 in Monzie to Charlotte LAW, prob bap 25 FEB 1776 in Monzie, dtr of James Law and Elisabeth Morison

  1. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 07 JUN 1801 in Crieff. presumably died young.
  2. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTON, bap 05 DEC 1802 in Crieff
  3. Donald MCNAUGHTON, bap 22 JAN 1804 in Crieff
  4. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 15 SEP 1805 in Crieff
  5. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap 07 JUN 1807 in Crieff
  6. James MCNAUGHTAN, bap 05 MAR 1809 in Monzie.  James MCNAUGHTON m 04 AUG 1833 in Crieff to Helen RITCHIE
    1. Daniel MCNAUGHTON, bap 27 OCT 1833 in Crieff (May be the Donald McNaughton b 1832 in Kernstone employed 1851 as servant at Drummond Arms Inn, St. James Square, Crieff)

    2. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 18 OCT 1835 in Crieff

    3. Andrew MCNAUGHTON, bap 29 OCT 1837 in Crieff

    4. Charlotte MCNAUGHTON, bap 07 AUG 1840 in Crieff

    5. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap 03 APR 1844 in Crieff

    6. William MCNAUGHTON, bap 16 OCT 1846 in Crieff

    7. Janet MCNAUGHTON, bap 29 NOV 1848 in Crieff

    8. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 26 APR 1851 in Crieff

  7. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 27 OCT 1811 in Monzie
  8. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 23 MAY 1813 in Monzie
  9. William MCNAUGHTAN bap 05 JAN 1817 in Monzie

John MCNAUGHTON m Catharine MCAINSH (m 25 MAY 1777 in Monzie to Catharine MCLISH)

  1. Charles MCNAUGHTAN, bap 11 MAY 1781 in Dull, m1 on 17 AUG 1811 in Monzie to Catharine MCINTYRE
    1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 07 APR 1812 in Monzie, m 05 JUN 1836 in Crieff to Elisabeth THOM(P)SON (note Thomson connection to Dalchulla above)
      1. Betsy bap 19 OCT 1840 in Crieff
      2. Charles MCNAUGHTON bap 24 JUL 1842 in Crieff (twin)
      3. Daniel, bap 24 JUL 1842 in Crieff (twin)
      4. Ann, bap 23 DEC 1844 in Crieff
      5. Elisabeth, bap 04 JUN 1847 in Crieff
      6. Margaret, bap 24 MAY 1849 in Crieff
      7. James, bap 21 DEC 1851 in Crieff
      8. Mary, bap 03 JUN 1855 in Crieff

    Charles m2 to Isobel MCINTYRE

    1. Alexander MCNAUGHTAN, bap 09 FEB 1814 in Monzie

    Charles m3 on 11 MAY 1822 in Monzie and Dull to Isabella DOW

John MCNAUGHTON m 26 APR 1782 in Monzie to Catharine HAY

John MCNAUGHTAN and Janet TAYLOR

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 11 DEC 1808 in Monzie
  2. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap 11 JUL 1811 in Crieff

Christian MCNAWGHTON, m 22 NOV 1751 in Monzie to John MCKENZIE

Catharine MCNAWGHTON, m 22 DEC 1764 in Monzie to John MCARA

Catharine MCNAUGHTON, m 02 JUN 1771 in Monzie to John MENZIES

Janet MCNAUGHTON, m 05 APR 1772 in Monzie to Malcolm MURRAY

Janet MCNAUGHTON, m 05 APR 1773 in Monzie to Duncan COMRIE

  1. Janet MCNAUGHTON, b. 1796 in Strowan, cousin of and res w/ Duncan Comrie 1851 in Glantaif, Monzievaird.  Duncan b 1804 in Strowan

Janet MCNAUGHTON m 21 MAR 1773 in Monzie to Alexander MCARA

Isabel MCNAUGHTON m 03 APR 1819 in Monzie to James STEWART

Crieff (C113422/4/5)

Donald MCNAUGHTON

  1. Child MCNAUGHTON, bap 18 JUL 1711 in Crieff

Patrick MCNAUGHTON

  1. Patrick MCNAUGHTON, bap 05 MAY 1706 in Crieff

Benjamin MCNAUGHTAN and Janet HAG(G)ART

  1. John, bap 03 SEP 1772 in Crieff

  2. Isobel, b 18 APR 1775, bap 25 APR 1775 in Crieff

James MCNAUGHTON, m 10 JUN 1798 in Crieff to Janet MAT(T)HIE

  1. Elisabeth, 10 MAR 1799 in Crieff

Robert MCNAUGHTON and Margaret GOULD

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 14 JUN 1814 in Creiff

Duncan MCNAUGHTON, and Janet GOW (no marriage)

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 16 AUG 1818 in Crieff

  2. William MCNAUGHTON, bap 03 OCT 1820 in Crieff

  3. Janet MCNAUGHTON, bap 08 SEP 1822 in Crieff

Donald MCNAUGHTON and Charlotte LAW, m 31 JAN 1801 in Monzie (recorded as McAUGHTAN)

  1. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 7 JUN 1801 in Crieff

  2. Elizabeth MCNAUGHTON, bap 5 DEC 1802 in Crieff

  3. Donald MCNAUGHTON, bap 22 JAN 1804 in Crieff

  4. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 15 SEP 1805 in Crieff

  5. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap. 7 JUN 1807 in Crieff

John MCNAUGHTON and Janet TAYLOR

  1. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap 11 JUN 1811 in Crieff

Robert MCNAUGHTON and Margaret GOULD

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 14 JUN 1814 in Crieff

Balquhidder

Finlay MCNAUGHTAN (not found in census) m 30 JAN 1813 in Balquhidder to Christian MCPHERSON, res 1841 in Wester Parks, Balquhidder, w/Jane, John and Peter only

  1. Finlay MCNAUGHTON, b. 1812 in Balquhidder, m 1 Grizel MCFARLANE

    1. Finlay MCNAUGHTON, bap 22 APR 1835 in Balquhidder (only child to this couple)

    m2 on 18 MAR 1837 in Balquhidder to Janet MCNEE

    1. Mary MCNAUGHTON, bap 22 JAN 1838 in Balquhidder

    m3 Catherine, b 1816 in Comrie, res 1851 Drumfad, Glenfroon, Row, Dunbartonshire, Scotland, shepherd, m

    1. Janet MCNAUGHTON, b. 1839 in Comrie

    2. Christina MCNAUGHTON, b. 1841 in Comrie

  2. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 JAN 1814 in Balquhidder
  3. Jean MCNAUGHTAN, bap 12 AUG 1815 in Balquhidder, 1841 ag lab
  4. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 12 FEB 1818 in Balquhidder
  5. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 MAR 1821 in Balquhidder, 1841 ag lab
  6. Peter MCNAUGHTAN, bap 24 APR 1828 in Balquhidder, res 1841 with mother, ag lab, res 1861 Ardvorlich, gardener, with Ann Stewart

Finlay's family residing next to:

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, b 1803 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Lettir, Balq, joiner, with

  1. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, b 1801 in Perthshire (wife or sister of Duncan)
  2. Janet MCNAUGHTAN, b 1808 in Perthshire (wife or sister of Duncan)

Joann MCNAUGHTAN, b. 1816 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Kingshouse, Balq, female servant (prob dtr of Finlay)

Janet MCNAUGHTAN, b 1818 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Edinchip, Balq, ag lab (dtr of Finlay?)

Isabella MCNAUGHTAN, b 1801 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Ballemeanoch (prob in Glenbuckie), Balq, dressmaker

Mary MCNAUGHTAN, b 1817 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Carstran, ag lab

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, b 1831 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Carstran,

Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, b 1821 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Blarcrioch, fem serv

Catharine MCNAUGHTAN, b. 1828 in Perthshire, res 1841 in Stronslany,

 

Weem (C113982/4)

Duncan MCNAUGHTIN m 22 APR 1694 in Weem to Janett STEWARTT

William MCNAUGHTIN and Janett NCDONALD

  1. Keatrine MCNAUGHTIN, bap 04 MAR 1694 in Week

Donald MCNAUGHTIN m 10 FEB 1695 in Weem to Christin NCBRICHTIN

Patrick MCKNAUGTAN m 19 DEC 1695 in Weem to Janet NCSKELICH

John MCNAUGHTIN m 31 DEC 1700 in Weem to Ceatrin NCINTYRE

John MCLNAUGHTON

  1. Gennet MCLNAUGTON, bap 31 JUL 1706 in Weem

Donald MCNAUGHTAN m 11 JAN 1739 in Weem to Margaret NCFARLLIN

NN MCNAUGHTAN

  1. Jonet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 MAY 1743 in Weem

Donald MCNAUGHTAN and Katherine MCILIGHIROVE

  1. Donald MCNAUGHTAN, bap 09 JUN 1745 in Weem

Malcolm James MCNAUGHTAN and Jannet MCARTHUR

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap. 05 JAN 1748 in Weem (mother: Christian McKerchar)
  2. Finlay MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 APR 1751 in Weem
  3. Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, bap 23 APR 1751 in Weem (no mother given)
  4. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 DEC 1765 in Weem
  5. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 MAR 1768 in Weem
  6. Jannet MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 APR 1770 in Weem

Patrick MCNAUGHTAN m 10 MAR 1750 in Mildred MCARTHUR

John MCNAUGHTAN, m 21 FEB 1756 in Weem to Katharine STEWART

John MCNAUGHTAN, m 19 NOV 1758 in Weem to Margaret MCDIARMID

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN m 09 DEC 1759 to Mary MCNAUGHTAN

John MCNAUGHTAN, m 09 DEC 1759 in Weem to Katharine MCDIARMID

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN m 01 FEB 1761 in Weem to Katharine MCDIARMID

John MCNAUGHTAN m 17 JAN 1762 in Weem to Elizabeth MCNAUGHTAN

Robert MCNAUGHTAN, m 17 JAN 1762 in Week to Catharine MCARTHUR

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 14 DEC 1762 in Weem to Ann MCVRACHDAR

John MCNAUGHTAN m 19 MAY 1765 in Weem to Janet MALCOM

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN m 21 DEC 1765 in Weem to Elizabeth MCARTHURE

Duncan MCNAUGHTAN, m 01 MAR 1766 in Weem to Catherine MCPHERSON

John MCNAUGHTON m 27 FEB 1768 in Weem to Christian MCNAUGHTON

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 26 MAR 1769 in Weem to Margaret MCNAUGHTAN (not the same couple as the two same named above)

Donald MCNAUGHTAN, m 06 AUG 1769 in Weem to Margaret MCTAVISH

Malcolm MCNAUGHTON m 17 JAN 1773 in Weem to Margaret MCNAUGHTON (this is the fourth identically named couple)

Donald MCNAUGHTON m 07 DEC 1776 in Weem to Christian MCARTHUR

Donald MCNAUGHTON m 14 DEC 1776 in Weem to Margaret MCARTHUR

Duncan MCNAUGHTON m 06 DEC 1777 in Weem to Katharine MCCALLUM

William MCNAUGHTON m 24 JAN 1778 in Weem to Christian MCKEARCHAR

William MCNAUGHTAN and Christian MCLAREN

  1. Jean MCNAUGHTAN, bap 15 FEB 1779 in Weem

  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 12 AUG 1781 in Weem

  3. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 FEB 1785 in Weem

  4. Ann MCNAUGHTAN, bap 28 FEB 1787 in Weem, m 24 NOV 1820 to Alexander MCCALLUM

John MCNAUGHTOn m 15 JAN 1779 in Weem to Katharine MCTAVISH

John MCNAUGHTAN m 18 NOV 1780 in Weem to Isabel MCVEAN

Finlay MCNAUGHTAN m 02 DEC 1780 in Weem to Janet MCMARTIN

John MCNAUGHTAN m 08 DEC 1780 in Weem to Margaret CAMBPELL

Patrick MCNAUGHTAN m 16 DEC 1780 in Weem to Grace MCLAREN

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 17 FEB 1781 in Weem to Mary TAYLOR

John MCNAUGHTAN m 06 JAN 1782 in Weem to Margaret MCLALLUM

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 12 NOV 1791 in Weem to Janet MCDONALD

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 25 JAN 1795 in Weem to Margaret CAMPBELL

Daniel MCNAUGHTAN, m 03 NOV 1805 in Weem to Jean MENZIES

John MCNAUGHTAN and Elisabeth MCDONALD

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 25 JAN 1807 in Weem

John MCNAUGHTAN m 02 MAR 1805 in Weem to Janet MCNAUGHTAN

  1. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 SEP 1814 in Weem

  2. Margaret MCNAUGHTAN, bap 20 NOV 1815 in Weem

  3. Elisabeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 JAN 1818 in Weem

  4. Elspeth MCNAUGHTAN, bap 14 MAR 1820 in Weem

James MCNAUGHTON m 15 MAY 1808 in Weem to Mary CAMPBELL

John MCNAUGHTON m 19 FEB 1809 in Weem to Christian MCPHERSON

Duncan MCNAUGHTANE m 01 JUL 1809 in Weem to Jean MCMARTIN

John MCNAUGHTON m 17 NOV 1810 in Weem to Margaret MCDONALD

Donald MCNAUGHTON m 22 JAN 1814 in Weem to Catharine ROBERTSON (possible alias MCGREGOR below)

Donald MCNAUGHTAN and Catharine MCGREGOR

  1. John MCNAUGHTAN, bap 01 MAR 1814 in Weem

Malcolm MCNAUGHTAN m 17 JUL 1809 in Weem to Margaret CAMPBELL

  1. Christian MCNAUGHTAN, bap 27 JUN 1818 in Weem

John MCNAUGHTON and Janet MENZIES

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 31 MAR 1840 in Weem

  2. Catharine MCNAUGHTON, bap 05 JUL 1842 in Weem

  3. Janet MCNAUGHTON, bap 20 NOV 1850 in Weem

  4. James MCNAUGHTON, bap 12 JUN 1852 in Weem

  5. Donald MCNAUGHTON, bap 04 SEP 1854 in Weem

Donald MCNAUGHTON m 03 APR 1835 in Weem to Isabella MCGREGOR

Donald MCNAUGHTON and Grace MCNAUGHTON

  1. Finlay MCNAUGHTON, bap 26 AUG 1846 in Weem

  2. Grace MCNAUGHTON, bap 19 AUG 1848 in Weem

  3. Donald MCNAUGHTON, bap 03 OCT 1850 in Weem

  4. Christian MCNAUGHTON, bap. 20 AUG 1854 in Weem

Donald MCNAUGHTON m 22 JAN 1853 in Weem Helen CAMPBELL

  1. John MCNAUGHTON, bap 04 FEB 1854 in Weem

 

Dalchonzie Lands

Malcolm De Drummond of Concraig held sasine for lands of Dalchonzie and office of Steward of Strathearn 1416, inherited by his son, Maurice De Drummond of Concraig and Bordland 1444 (MacGregor)

Colin McNaughtan, Merchant

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Kelvingrove House (formerly Woodcroft) was owned by Colin McNaughtan, merchant, from 1841-1852 when it was sold to the Glasgow Corporation.  McNaughtan purchased it from the Dennistoun family.

1841 census shows Colin b 1786 outside the county, merchant, res Clarendon Place, New City Road, Glasgow. No wife or children.  Not found in 1851.

McNaughton References in Landed Families of Perthshire, by Gordon McGregor

Gillichrist MACNAUGHTON of Kilmurthle (by Loch Fyne in Argyllshire), son of John MacNaughton, received charter for these lands in 1246 (King William I), witnessed by Sir Malise, son of Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn.

John MCNAUGHTON of Dunderawe m ca. 1570 to Marjory CAMPBELL, dtr of Archibald Campbell, 1st of Glenlyon, a cadet branch of Glenorchy and contemporary with Colin Campbell of Glenorchy.  She had a brother Colin.  Common names include: Colin, Patrick, Duncan, John

Sir Colin Campbell, 1st of Glenorchy (his brother's son was 1st Earl of Argyll)

  1. Sir Duncan Campbell, 2nd of Glenorchy.  Had lands of Glenorchy, Loch Tay, Glen Lyon and Glen Dochart
    1. Sir Colin Campbell, 3rd of Glenorchy
    2. Archibald Campbell, 1st of Glenlyon
      1. Marjory Campbell, b ca 1550, m ca. 1570 to John MCNAUGHTON of Dunderawe
        1. had issue
        2. father
        3. Archibald, ca 1570
        4. John,
        5. Colin, ca 1585
          1. John, ca 1620
          2. Duncan, ca 1630
            1. Colin ca 1670
      2. Colin Campbell
      3. others

John MCNAUGHTON of that Ilk m. 6 DEC 1683 to Isabel CAMPBELL, dtr of Sir John Campbell, 10th of Glenorchy, and sister to John Campbell, 1st Earl of Breadalbane, and sister to Colin Campbell (dsp).  They had issue.

Alexander MACNAUGHTON of Dunderave, m bef 24 AUG 1576 to Egidia/Gilles DRUMMOND, dtr of William Drummond 3rd of Broich and Balloch (formerly part of the Tullibardine estate, including lands of Bordland of Crieff), and former wife of Patrick Scott, 4th of Monzie.

James MACNAUGHTON, natural son of Alexander MacNaughton of that Ilk, m abt 1679 to Katharine GRAHAM, dtr of John Graham, 5th of Duchray, brother of Thomas Graham, 6th of Duchray.

Malcolm MACNAUGHTON of Dundrave m ca 1750 to Elizabeth MURRAY, dtr of Donald Murray (son of Patrick Murray, 3rd of Ochtertyre).  They had issue.

Sir Donald MACNAUGHTON, Doctor of Decrees and Dean of Dunkeld, 1438

In the mid-17th century, Monzie belonged to Cambpell.

James MACNAUGHTON, son of Alexander MacNaughton of Dunderave, 22 JAN 1586 charter for lands of Elerick Mor to Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy.  Witnessed by John Scott, son of William Scott, Vicar of Monzie.

Other References on the Web:

Peter R. McNaughton was born in Comrie on February 29, 1944, in Drummond Street, a younger son of David Baird McNaughton, grandparents lived at The Ross.  Imm to Montreal, Canada as a youth.

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11 Fri July 21 2006 - 02:11:24
Fullname: Peter John Mc Naughton
Email: petermcnaughton@hotmail.com
Where are you from?: Wellington, New Zealand
Homepage Name:
Homepage URL:
Comments: Hello Peter,

A great read! Our families do not appear to be connected but there is a remarkable link in that we too are descended from a Duncan Mc Naughton of Dalchonzie (baptised 1748). Dalchonzie is/was not a town but a farm and in the times of our families being there it formed one of many such small farms of the Drummond Estate and was home to approx 35 people of all ages (Statistics of Forfeited Estates 1758), The chances of more than one family in this group being Mc Naughton and who passed on the name Duncan could indicate a connection in a previous generation, despite the later difference in spelling. Unfortunatly I have no records of my family prior to our 1748 Duncan. At the 'White Kirk in Comrie there are several Mc N stones and monuments, one group of newer stones circa 1880's commemorate the family of John of Mailermore Farm (grandson of our Duncan of Dalchonzie and my GF x 2), just in front of John's stone are two old, flat stones that are now virtually unreadable apart from a faint 'McN'; these stones however are recorded in the book 'Monumental Inscriptions Pre 1855' and read as follows:
#1. ..... Mc Naughton in Dalchonzie died 1729.

#2. Duncan Mc Naughton tenant in Dalchonzie ...... to mo...... Mullion Oct ...... Mullion ag 1m ...... Comrie.

I couldn't tell from the stones if the obliterated text (shown as dots above), would have been just letters, whole words or even entire lines but it would seem that we had a Mc N pass away in Dalchonzie in 1729 and that a 'Duncan' from there perhaps laid a stone for his wife (nee Mullion?) and child.
Do these dates and/or names connect to anything that you have? Also good to know that the New Zealand chapter of the Clan is getting larger all the time.
 

9 Thu September 07 2006 - 13:26:23
Fullname: Douglas McNaughton
Email: edinburgh48@optusnet.com.au
Where are you from?: Heidelberg, Vic.
Homepage Name:
Homepage URL:
Comments: Thank you all so much for the massive amount of work you have undertaken and for making the information you
have discovered available to all interested people.
A really marvelous site!
My great, great grandparents, James and Elizabeth McNaughton, arrived at Portland in 1852 aboard the "Utopia". They also came from Glenartney. Many thanks again, and best wishes to your family ...... Doug McNaughton.
 

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From: Julie Masse < masse@idirect.com>
Subject: Malcolm McNaughton b. 1730 in Perthshire
Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 22:10:23 -0700

Posted on: Perthshire<br>Scotland Queries
Board URL: http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/Scotland/Perth?read=1339

Surname: McNaughton
-------------------------

I am looking for information on Malcolm McNaughton born circa 1730 in Perthshire
who had 4 boys who emmigrated to New York. John Malcolm, William J., James
Malcolm and Peter Malcolm. John then emmigrated to Ontario, Canada. the
other 3 stayed in New York and Michigan. this is all according to a source
I have not been able to converse with. I checked out the wonderful MacNaughtan
site posted by Leo Lavarre at

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~levarre

and it has some of the dates the same for a Malcolm born in Dailchiorlarich,
Perthsire. Anyone who has any info on this line I would be so thankful.

Best of Luck,

Julie

In Famed Breadalbane

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