MacPhail Tree

MacPhail 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 26 ministers mentioned in this tree, of whom 18 were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:


Barry, Francis Renton: see under A.1.6. Simeon Ross MacPhail
Barry, John Coupar: see under A.1.6. Simeon Ross MacPhail
Finlayson, John: see under B.1.1.3. Christina Hoyes
Hoyes, John: see under B.1.1. Janet Reid
Hoyes, William: see under B.1.1.4.
McDonald, William: see under B.1.1. Janet Reid
Macleod, Adam Andrew Gordon: see under C.1.2.2.
Macleod, Adam Gordon: see under C.1.2.
Macleod, Donald John Joseph Gordon: see under C.1.2.3.
Macleod, Francis GordonvC.1.2.4.
Macleod, George Gordon, Carnwath,vC.1.2.1.
Macleod, George Gordon, Duke St.: see under C.1.1.
Macleod, George Somerville: see under C.1.2.
MacPhail, Earle Monteith, A.1.2.1.
MacPhail, George Ross: see under A.1.1.1.
MacPhail, James Calder: see under A.1.2.
MacPhail, John SinclairvA.1.3.
MacPhail, Simeon Ross: see under A.1.6.
McDougall, William S.: see under A.1.5. Mary Ross MacPhail
Morrison, James: see under B.1.1.2.1. Janet Gillan
Morrison, Neil Maclean: see under A.1.1.2. Isabella MacPhail
Panton, George Ann: see under B.1.1.1.1.
Reid, James: see under B.1.
Ross, Charles Beveridge: see under B.1.1.1.1.1. Agnes Hoyes Panton
Ross, Charles: see under B.1.1.1.1.1. Agnes Hoyes Panton
Wilson, George: see under A.1.2. James Calder MacPhail
Wilson, James: see under A.1.2. James Calder MacPhail

 

Tree

A.1. George MacPhail, fishery officer, Ullapool, Ross and Cromarty, married Annie Ross.

A.1.1. John MacPhail (1820-1883) was said to be the son of George Ross, fishery officer. He was a merchant in Ullapool, Ross and Cromarty.

A.1.1.1. George Ross MacPhail (1858-1940) was the son of John MacPhail. He was a Free Church minister.

A.1.1.2. Isabella MacPhail (b.1861) was the daughter of John MacPhail. She married Neil Maclean Morrison, a Free Church minister.

A.1.2. James Calder MacPhail (1820-1908) was the son of George MacPhail, fishery officer. He married Annie Badenoch Nicolson. She was the daughter of James Wilson, minister of Farnell, Angus: see FES, Vol.5, p.394; whose wife was the daughter of Sir William Nicolson of Glenbervie. Annie Nicolson’s grand-father, George Wilson, was minister of Kinnaird, Perthshire: FES, Vol.5, p.396.

A.1.2.1. Earle Monteith MacPhail (1861-1937) was the son of James Calder MacPhail, minister. He was a Free Church missionary.

A.1.3. John Sinclair MacPhail (1824-1911) was the son of George MacPhail, fishery officer. He married B.1.1.3.1. Janet Reid Finlayson, the daughter of John Finlayson, minister.

A.1.4. Anna Ross MacPhail (1831-1867) was a daughter of George MacPhail, fishery officer. She married C.1.1. George Gordon Macleod, a Free Church minister. See below.

A.1.5. Mary Ross MacPhail (b.c.1835-1923) was the daughter of George MacPhail, fishery officer. She married William S. McDougall, a Free Church minister.

A.1.6. Simeon Ross MacPhail (1839-1912) was the son of George MacPhail, fishery officer. He married Margaret Barry; she was the sister of Francis Renton Barry and John Coupar Barry, Free Church ministers.

B.1. James Reid (1715-1798) was) minister of Beath, Fife: FES, Vol.5, p.6.

B.1.1. Janet Reid (1761-1831) was the daughter of James Reid, Beath. She married John Hoyes, minister of Kinloss, Moray: FES, Vol.6, p.425. There was a John Hoyes who was either a son or a nephew of this minister; he was a merchant in the West Indies. He had a daughter, Louisa Hoyes, who married William McDonald, United Secession minister in Lossiemouth, Moray (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/person/view/10703).

B.1.1.1. Agnes Hoyes (b.1783) was the daughter of John Hoyes, Kinloss. She married George Panton – not “Paton” as FES says.

B.1.1.1.1. George Ann Panton (b.c.1815-1873) was the son of George Panton. He was a Free Church minister.

B.1.1.1.1.1. Agnes Hoyes Panton (1854-1915) was the daughter of George Ann Panton, minister. She married Charles Beveridge Ross. He was minister in Canada in Lancaster, Ontario, and in Earl Grey and Gibbs, Saskatchewan: FES, Vol.7, p.650. His father was Charles Ross, minister in Cleish, Kinross-shire: FES, Vol.5, p.62; and his sister, Margaret Williamson Beveridge married Rev. James Armitage, M.D., Hastings, Sussex, England.

B.1.1.2. Beatrice Hoyes (1802-1879) was the daughter of John Hoyes, Kinloss. She – not Robina as FES says – married Thomas Gillan.

B.1.1.2.1. Janet Gillan (1827-1893) was the daughter of Thomas Gillan. She married James Morrison, a Free Church minister.

B.1.1.3. Christina Hoyes (d.1834) was the daughter of John Hoyes, Kinloss. She married John Finlayson, minister of Cromarty: FES, Vol.7, p.7.

B.1.1.3.1. Janet (Jessie) Reid Finlayson (1825-1875) was the daughter of John Finlayson, Cromarty. She married A.1.3. John Sinclair MacPhail, a Free Church minister.

B.1.1.4. William Hoyes (1796-1827) was the son of John Hoyes, Kinloss.He was minister of Forres, Moray: FES, Vol.6, p.423.

C.1. George Macleod, school-master, Kildonan, Sutherland, married Mary Gordon.

C.1.1. George Gordon Macleod (1822-1888) was the son of George Macleod, school-master. He was a Free Church minister. He married A.1.4. Anna Ross MacPhail.

C.1.1.1. George Somerville Macleod (1861-1941) was a son of George Gordon Macleod, minister. He was a Free Church minister.

C.1.2. Adam Gordon Macleod (1823-1892) was the son of George Macleod, schoolmaster. He was a Free Church minister.

C.1.2.1. George Gordon Macleod (1853-1886) was the son of Adam Gordon Macleod, minister. He was a Free Church minister.

C.1.2.2. Adam Andrew Gordon Macleod (1856-1928) was the son of Adam Gordon Macleod, minister. He was a Free Church minister.

C.1.2.3. Donald John Joseph Gordon Macleod (b.1859) was the son of Adam Gordon Macleod, minister. He was a Free Church minister.

C.1.2.4. Francis Gordon Macleod (1864-1949) was the son of Adam Gordon Macleod, minister. He was a Free Church minister.