Alexander Fraser, Inverness, Tree

Alexander Fraser, Inverness

 

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Ministers

There are 27 ministers mentioned in this tree, of whom 13 were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:


Allardyce, James Mackenzie: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
Campbell, Alexander: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
Campbell, Colin: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
Campbell, Patrick: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
Elder, Robert: see under A.1.2.1.1. John Munro Russell
Fraser, Donald: see under A.1.3. John Fraser
Gordon, Francis: see under B.1.2.1 Annie Elizabeth MacAulay
Kinmont, Alexander Williamson: see under B.1.1.1. Margaret Helen Fair MacAulay
MacAulay, George (1826), B.1.1.
MacAulay, George (1861), B.1.2.1.
MacAulay, Robert Sellar, B.1.2.
MacBean, Hugh: see under A.1.1. Ann Fraser
Maclean, Duncan: see under A.1.2.2.2. Jessie Russell MacRae
Maclean, John Teed: see under A.1.2.2.2. Jessie Russell MacRae
Macleod, Donald: see under A.1.2.2.2. Jessie Russell MacRae
Macleod, Duncan Darroch: see under A.1.2.2.2. Jessie Russell MacRae
MacRae, Donald: see under A.1.2.2. Jessie Russell
McRae, John: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
McRae, John: see under A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell
MacRae, John Farquhar, A.1.2.2.3.
Russell, Alexander Fraser, A.1.2.1.
Russell, James: see under A.1.2. Isabella Fraser
Stewart, John: see under A.1.2.2.1. Mary Johanna MacRae

 

Tree

A.1. Alexander Fraser, school master and, later, merchant, Inverness, married Annabella Munro.

A.1.1. Ann Fraser (1791-1864) was the daughter of Alexander Fraser, merchant, Inverness. She married Hugh MacBean, minister in Ardclach, Nairnshire: FES, Vol.6, p.432.

A.1.2. Isabella Fraser (1781-?) was the daughter of Alexander Fraser, merchant, Inverness. She married James Russell, minister in Gairloch: FES, Vol.7, p.147.

A.1.2.1. Alexander Fraser Russell (1814-1892) was the son of James Russell, minister in Gairloch. He was a Free Church minister. He married Madeline Munro, the daughter of Donald Munro, farmer, and Mary McRae. This Mary McRae was the daughter of John McRae, minister of Glenshiel, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.151.
Her sister, Beatrice McRae married Alexander Campbell, minister of Croy (FES, Vol.6, p.441), and two of their sons were ministers: Patrick Campbell was minister of Killearnan (FES, Vol.7, p.13) and Colin Campbell minister of Lyne and Megget (FES, Vol.1, p.280). This Colin Campbell married Madeline Charlotte, his first cousin, daughter of John McRae, minister of Glenelg; and their daughter, Christian Campbell, married James Mackenzie Allardyce, minister of Bowden, Roxburghshire (FES, Vol.2, p.173).
Her brother, John McRae, was minister of Glenelg (FES, Vol.7, p.150).

A.1.2.1.1. John Munro Russell (1847-1928) was the son of Alexander Fraser Russell, Free Church minister. He was a Presbyterian minister in Cape Town, South Africa. He married Nancy Eliza Elder, daughter of Robert Elder, a Free Church minister. A son of this man was John Robson Elder, a Free Church minister. Another daughter of this Robert Elder, Euphemia Beith Elder, married B.1.2. Robert Sellar MacAulay, a Free Church minister

A.1.2.2. Jessie Russell (1816-1883) was the daughter of James Russell, minister in Gairloch, Ross and Cromarty. She married Donald MacRae minister in Poolewe, Ross and Cromarty. He became a Free Church minister.

A.1.2.2.1. Mary Johanna MacRae (1836-1917) was the daughter of Donald MacRae, minister in Poolewe. She married John Stewart, Free Church minister in Moulin, Perthshire.

A.1.2.2.1.1. Donald McRae Stewart (1862-1933) was the son of John Stewart, minister of Moulin. He was a minister in Victoria, Australia.

A.1.2.2.2. Jessie Russell MacRae (-1888) was the daughter of Donald MacRae, minister in Poolewe. She married John Teed Maclean, a Free Church minister. He was the son of Duncan Maclean, also a Free Church minister. His sister, Annie Shaw Maclean married Duncan Darroch Macleod, a Free Church minister the son of Donald Macleod, another Free Church minister.

A.1.2.2.3. John Farquhar MacRae (1852-1914) was the son of Donald MacRae, minister in Poolewe. He was a Free Church minister.

A.1.2.2.3.1. Frederick John Learmonth McRae (1884-1973) was the son of John Farquhar MacRae, Free Church minister. He became a missionary of the Victorian Presbyterian Church to Korea.

A.1.2.2.4. Duncan MacRae was the son of Donald MacRae, minister in Poolewe. He was a Presbyterian minister in Woodburn, London, England.

A.1.3. John Fraser (1795-) was the son of Alexander Fraser, merchant, Inverness. He married Lilias Fraser, the daughter of Donald Fraser, minister of Kirkhill: FES, Vol.6, p.474. See McBean Fraser Tree for her ministerial connections, and their sons.

B.1. George MacAulay (born c.1790 died before 1860), farm manager.

B.1.1. George MacAulay (1826-1895) was the son of George MacAulay, farm manager. He was a Free Church minister.

B.1.1.1. Margaret Helen Fair MacAulay (1860-1893) was the daughter of George MacAulay, minister. She married Alexander Williamson Kinmont, another Free Church minister.

B.1.1.1.1. William Kinmont (died 1970) was the son of Alexander Williamson Kinmont. He became a minister in Tasmania, Australia.

B.1.2. Robert Sellar MacAulay (1830-1905) was the son of George MacAulay, farm manager. He was a Free Church minister. He married Euphemia Beith Elder, daughter of Robert Elder, a Free Church minister. Another daughter of this man, Nancy Eliza Elder, married A.1.2.1.1. John Munro Russell

B.1.2.1. George MacAulay (1861-) was the son of Robert Sellar MacAulay. He was a minister of the Free Church minister.

B.1.2.1 Annie Elizabeth MacAulay (1868-1949) was the daughter of George MacAulay. She married Francis Gordon, who was part of an extensive network of ministerial relationships – see the John Mackay of Kirtomy Tree; the Barclay Tree and the Chalmers Burns Guthrie Tree.