Macdonald of Glenaladale
F187 JOHN MACDONALD [B126-(2)]: 14th in descent from John, last Lord of the Isles; m. his cousin Juliet (dau. Clanranald); d. 1584.
F188 ALEXANDER: of Glenaladale; m. his cousin Letitia (dau. of Clanranald); left, with other issue,
F189 RORY OR RODERICK: of Glenaladale; m. dau. of Macdonald of Kinlochmoidart.
F190 ANGUS: entered Holy Orders; s. by brother,
F191 JOHN: of Glenaladale; m. dau. of Macdonald of Morar.
F192 ALEXANDER: of Glenaladale; took active part in Jacobite Cause, 1745; Maj. in Clanranald’s Regt.; severely wounded at Culloden; m. only, dau. of Macdonald of Scotus.
F193 JOHN: of Glenaladale; m. dau. of Gordon of Baldornie; formed project of leaving Scotland and establishing family in Prince Edward’s Island, N. America, where he purchased a tract of land; resolved to leave and sold and made over estates to cousin and nearest kin, Alexander-F194. Ch.: William, Donald, John, Rory, a dau.
F194 ALEXANDER: eldest surviving son of Angus, of Borrodale (son of 5th Laird of Glenaladale); m. (1), Mrs. Handyside, of Jamaica, who d. s. p.; m. (2) Miss MacGregor; had, with other issue,
F195 ALEXANDER: of Glenaladale; d. s. p., 1815; cousin-germain as heir-at-law.
F196 JOHN: of Borrodale (son of Ranald, son of Angus, 1st of Barrodale, son of John 5th Laird of Glenaladale); m. 1793, Jane (dau. Alex. McNab); four sons and four daus.; d. 1830.
F197 ANGUS: of Glenaladale; b. 1793; m. 1836, Mary Agnes (dau. Hugh Watson); d. 1870.
(1) John Andrew: late of Glenaladale-F198.
(2) Hugh Joseph (Rt. Rev.); R. C. Bishop of Aberdeen; b. 1841; d. 1898.
(3) Angus (Most Rev.): B.A.; R. C. Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburg; b. 1844; d. 1900.
(4) Mary Margaret: a nun; b. 1838; d. 1892.
(5) Jane Veronica.
F198 THE LATE COLONEL JOHN ANDREW [F197-(1)]: of Glenaladale, Co. Inverness; C. B.; J. P. and D. L., Co. Argylle; Hon. Col. (ret.) and late Lieut.-Col. Commanding 3rd Battalion Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders; b. 1837; m. (1), 1862, Helen Mary (dau. late Ed. Chaloner) who d. s. p.; m. (2), 1901, Mary Theresa, now of Glenaladale (dau. late Sir Ed. Blount, Bart.); d. s. p., 1916.