Calder Mackintosh Tree

Calder / Mackintosh Tree

 

Introduction

If this is the first time you are using these trees, you are advised to read the general introduction which appears here.

There are 22 ministers mentioned in this tree of whom eight were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:


Borrowman, Patrick: see under 1.1.3.2.1.1. Elizabeth Gordon Mackintosh
Calder, Charles: see under 1.1.3.
Calder, Hugh: see under 1.1.2.
Calder, James: see under 1.1.
Calder, John: see under 1.
Calder, John: see under 1.1.1.
Inglis, Thomas: see under 1.1. James Calder
McGillivray, Alexander Gordon: see under 1.1.3.2. Ann Calder
Mackenzie, Charles: see under 1.1.3.2.2. Margaret Isabella Mackintosh
Mackintosh, Angus: see under 1.1.3.2. Anne Calder
Mackintosh, Charles Calder: see under 1.1.3.2.1.
McLauchlan, James: see under 1.1.3.2.2. Margaret Isabella Mackintosh
McLauchlan, Simon Fraser: see under 1.1.3.2.2. Margaret Isabella Mackintosh
McLauchlan, Thomas: see under 1.1.3.2.2. Margaret Isabella Mackintosh
Rainy, George: see under 1.1.3.2.1. Charles Calder Mackintosh
Simpson, Patrick Carnegie: see under 1.1.3.2.1.4. Alexandra Mackintosh
Simpson, Robert Stephenson: see under 1.1.3.2.1.4. Alexandra Mackintosh
Stewart, Alexander: see under 1.1.3.1. Emilia Calder

 

Tree

1. John Calder (?-1717) was minister of Cawdor, Nairnshire: FES, Vol.6, p.439.

1.1. James Calder (1712-1775) was the son of John Calder, minister of Cawdor. He was minister of Croy, Inverness-shire: FES, Vol.6, p.441. He married Anne Inglis, daughter of Thomas Inglis, minister of Resolis, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.18.

1.1.1. John Calder (1743-1783) was the son of James Calder, minister of Croy. He was minister of Rosskeen, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.68.

1.1.2. Hugh Calder (1746-1822) was the son of James Calder, minister of Croy. He was also minister of Croy, Inverness-shire: FES, Vol.6, p.441.

1.1.3. Charles Calder (1748-1812) was son of James Calder minister of Croy. He was minister of Urquhart, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.441.

1.1.3.1. Emilia Calder (1780-1855) was the daughter of Charles Calder, minister of Urquhart. She married Alexander Stewart, minister of the Canongate, Edinburgh, for whom see FES, Vol.1, p.25. For his family, see the MacLaine Stewart Tree.

1.1.3.2. Anne Calder (1781-1857) was the daughter of Charles Calder, minister of Urquhart. She married Angus Mackintosh, minister of Tain, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.72. He is said to have been related to Alexander Gordon McGillivray, a Free Church minister. See there for a brief and inconclusive discussion on this issue.

1.1.3.2.1. Charles Calder Mackintosh (1828-1868) was the son of Angus Mackintosh, minister of Tain. He was minister of Tain, Ross and Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.73. He married Ann Brown, the daughter of Robert Brown and Ann Rainy, and the grand-daughter of George Rainy, minister in Creich, Sutherland. For him, see FES, Vol.7, p.82 and for his extensive ministerial connections see the Tree of John Mackay of Kirtomy. For a discussion of the parentage of Ann Brown see our blog Charles Calder Mackintosh: Whom did he marry?

1.1.3.2.1.1. Elizabeth Gordon Mackintosh (1853-1931) was the daughter of Charles Calder Mackintosh, minister in Tain. FES says that she married married Dr Bannerman, Glasgow. In fact, she married Dr Philip Grierson Borrowman – a medical practitioner and the son of Patrick Borrowman, a Free Church minister.

1.1.3.2.1.2. Eneas Mackintosh (1855-1924) was the son of Charles Calder Mackintosh, minister in Tain. He became a minister and served in New Zealand (PCNZ, Ministers’ Register) and in Alton, Hampshire, England.

1.1.3.2.1.3. Robert Mackintosh (1858-1933) was the son of Charles Calder Mackintosh, minister in Tain. He became a congregational minister and served in Dumfries and Manchester, Lancashire, England. See his obituary.

1.1.3.2.1.4. Alexandra Mackintosh (1863-1947) was the daughter of Charles Calder Mackintosh, minister in Tain. She married Robert Stephenson Simpson, a Free Church minister in Edinburgh. This man was the son of Patrick Simpson, a Scottish minister who had served for ten years in Victoria, Australia; and he was the brother of Patrick Carnegie Simpson, a Free Church minister. For Patrick Carnegie Simpson see also here.

1.1.3.2.2. Margaret Isabella Mackintosh (1811-1871) was the daughter of Angus Mackintosh, minister of Tain. She married Simon Fraser McLauchlan, minister of Cawdor. He was the son of James McLauchlan, minister in Moy and Dalarossie: FES, Vol.6, p.476; and the brother of Thomas McLauchlan, a Free Church minister; and of Isabella Marjory McLauchlan who married Charles Mackenzie, a Free Church minister. Note that Simon Fraser McLauchlan and Thomas McLauchlan were sons of James McLauchlan by his second marriage – to Catherine Fraser. He was previously married to Lilias Fraser, daughter of Alexander Fraser, minister in Kirkhill – see McBean Fraser Tree.