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1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKinnon's

Generation 1:Refer to "A Brief Overview of McKinnon Royal Ancestry" and go to Generation 4

Robert STEWART II King of Scotland b Mar 3 1316 in Rosyth Castle Scotland and died Apr 13 1390 in Dundonald Ayrshire Scotland. Robert was married twice and had a mistress. A union with Elizabeth MURE born May 1355 in Rowalton Castle Scotland and died 1409 ?? with issue of ten children including Robert STEWART III King of Scotland born 1337 in Dundonald Ayrshire Scotland and died Apr 4 1416 in Dundonald Ayrshire Scotland.

Generation 2
Robert STEWART III King of Scotland b 1337 in Dundonald Ayrshire Scotland and d Apr 4 1416 in Dundonald Ayrshire Scotland married to Annabelle DRUMMOND b 1350 in Perth Perthshire Scotland and d Oct 1401 in Perth Perthshire Scotland. Issue of Robert and Annabelle were eight children plus two from a mistress(s) including James I King of Scotland STEWART b Dec 10 1394 in Dunfermine Fife Scotland and d Feb 21 1437 in Black Friars Convent Perth.

Generation 3
James I King of Scotland STEWART b Dec 10 1394 in Dunfernmine Fife Scotland and d Feb 21 1437 in Black Friars Convent Perth married to Joan BEAUFORT b Dec 27 1407 in Westminster Middlesex England and d Dec 15 1445 in Dunbar Castle East Lothian Scotland Issue of James and Joan were eight children including James II King of Scotland STEWART b Oct 14 1430 in Kelso Roxburghshire Scotland and d Aug 3 1460 in Kelso Roxburghshire Scotland.

Generation 4
James II King of Scotland STEWART b Oct 14 1430 in Kelso Roxburghshire Scotland and d Aug 3 1460 in Kelso Roxburghshire Scotland and m to Mary of Geuldres VON GELDERN b 1432 in The Netherlands d Nov 14 1463 in Edinburgh Midlothian Scotland. Issue of James and Mary were seven children including James III King of Scotland STEWART b Jul 10 1451 in Scotland and d Jun 11 1488 in Scotland

Generation 5
James III King of Scotland STEWART b Jul 10 1451 in Scotland and d Jun 11 1488 in Scotland m to Princess Margaret of Denmark OLDENBURG b Jan 23 1456 in Roshkilde Copenhagen Denmark and d Jul 14 1486 in Stirling Castle Stirling Scotland. Isssue of James and Margaret were seven children including James IV King of Scotland STEWART b Mar 17 1473 in Edinburgh Midlothian Scotland and d Sep 9 1513 in Flodden Field Northumberland England. Killed in the Battle of Flodden Field. Last Scottish monarch killed in battle.

Generation 5
James IV King of Scotland STEWART b Mar 17 1473 in Edinburgh Midlothian Scotland and d Sep 9 1513 in Flodden Field England m to Margaret Queen of Scots TUDOR b Nov 28 1489 in Westminster Palace London England and d Oct 15 1541 in London England. James had seven children from four mistresses and four children from his union with Margaret including James V King of Scotland STEWART b Apr 12 1512 in Linlithgow West Lothian Scotland and d Dec 14 1542 in Falkland Fife Scotland.

Generation 6
James V King of Scotland STEWART b Apr 12 1512 in Linlithgow West Lothian Scotland and d Dec 14 1542 in Falkland Fife Scotland. James had an unknown number of mistresses but he had children by seven of them. He married Mary DE GUISE b Nov 25 1515 in Bar-Le-Duc Lorraine France and d Jun 10 1560 in Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh West Lothian Scotland. Issue of James and Mary were three children including Mary Queen of Scots STUART b Dec 8 1542 in Linlithgow West Lothian Scotland and d Feb 8 1587 in Fatheringhay Castle Northamptingshire England. Beheaded at bequest of Elizabeth I Queen of England.

Generation 7
Mary Queen of Scots b Dec 8 1542 in Linlithgow West Lothian Scotland and d Feb 8 1587 in Fatheringhay Castle Nothamptonshire England. Mary was married three times, first to Francis II King of France, second to Henry (Lord Darnley) STEWART and thirdly to James HEPBURN Earl of Bothwell. Henry (Lord Darnley) STEWART b Dec 7 1545 in Temple Newsome Yorkshire England and d Feb 10 1567 in Kirk Ofield Mid Lothian Scotland. Conjecture leads to the assumption that James HEPBURN with the approval of Mary had Henry assassinated. Henry was a first cousin of Mary. Issue of Mary and Henry was James King of Scotland and Ireland VI and King James I of England STUART b Jun 19 1566 in Edinburgh Mid Lothian Scotland and d Mar 27 1625 in Theobalds Park Hertfordshire England.

Generation 8
King James VI of Scotland and Ireland and James I of England STUART b Jun 19 1566 in Edinburgh Mid Lothian Scotland and d Mar 27 1625 in Theobalds Park Hertfordshire England m to Anne Princess of Denmark OLDENBURG b Dec 12 1574 and d May 2 1619. Issue of James and Anne were three children including Charles I King of England STUART b Nov 19 1600 in Dunfermine Palace Scotland and d Jan 30 1649 in Whitehall Palace London England. Charles was captured, tried and convicted of high treason by Parlaiment and was executed in the aftermath of two civil wars. The outcome of the two civil wars and execution was an English constitution which required the monarch to be Protestant.

Generation 9
Charles I King of England, Scotland and Ireland STUART b Nov 19 1600 in Dunfermine Palace Scotland and d Jan 30 1649 in Whitehall Palace London England m to Henrietta BOURBON b Feb 20 1606 Paris Paris Ile-De-France France and d Sep 10 1669 in Chateau De-Colombe, Paris Ile-De-France, France. Issue of Charles and Henrietta were seven children including Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland STUART b May 29 1630 in St. James London England and d Feb 6 1685 in Whitehall London England. Another son of Charles and Henrietta was James II of England and Ireland and VII of Scotland STUART b Oct 14 1633 in St James Westminster Middlesex London England and d Sep 16 1701 in Lave Hautes-Alpes Provence-Cote d'Azur, France

Generation 10.1
Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland STUART b May 29 1630 in St. James London England and d Feb 6 1685 in Whitehall London England and m to Catherine of Braganza b Nov 25 1630 in Villa Da Cosa, Aveiro Portugal and d Dec 31 1705

Generation 10.2
James II of England and Ireland and VII of Scotland STUART b Oct 14 1633 in St James Westminster Middlesex London England and d Sep 16 1701 in Lave Hautes-Alpes Provenc-Cote d'Azur, France m to Lady Anne Hyde, Duchess of York b Mar 2 1638 in Craybourne Lodge, Windsor in Berkshire England and d Apr 11 1701 in London England. Issue of James and Anne were two female monarchs, (1)Mary II Queen of England and Scotland STUART b Apr 30 1662 in St. James Palace London England and d Dec 27 1694 in Kensington Palace London England and (2) Anne I of Great Britain STUART b Feb 6 1665 in Westminster Middlesex London England and d Aug 1 1714 in Kensington London England

Generation 11.0 (Reign of William and Mary)
Mary II Queen of England and Scotland STUART b Apr 30 1662 in St,. James Palace London England and d Dec 27 1694 in Kensington Palace London England and married to William III of Orange King of England Scotland and Ireland HENDRIK b Nov 14 1650 in Binnernhauf The Hague Netherlands and d Mar 8 1702 in Kensington Palace London England. The union of William and Mary was unique in English history since it was a combined monarchy.

Generation 11.1
Anne I Queen of Great Britain STUART b Feb 6 1665 in Westminster Middlesex London England and d Aug 1 1714 in Kensington London England m to Prince George of Denmark and Norwsy OLDENBURG b Apr 2 1653 in Copenhagen Palace Copenhagen Denmark and d Oct 28 1708 in Kensington Palace London England

1.2 The Royal House of Tudor and McKinnon Relationship

References:
1.o A Brief Overview of McKinnon Royal Ancestry
1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKinnon's
1.1 See Generation 5

The Royal House of TUDOR begins with Henry VII King of England, a Welshman who seized power after "The War of Roses"

Generation 1
Henry TUDOR VII King of England born Jan 28 1457 in Pembroke, Pembrokshire, Wales and died Apr 21 1509 in Richmond Palace, Richmond,
Surrey, England and married to Elizabeth of York PLANTAGENET born Feb 11 1466 in Westminster London England and died Feb 11 1503 in London, London England. Issue of Henry and Elizabeth were seven Children. Of note are two children, Margaret, a relative of the Royal Stewart's, (see 1.1 Generation 5 for details) and Henry VIII, perhaps the most famous English monarch of all time. Henry VIII TUDOR King of England born Jun 28 1491 in Greenwich, London, England and died Jan 28 1547 in Westminster, Middlesex, England. Henry had six wives and at least two mistresses. The dissolution or divorce, if you prefer, of Catherine of ARAGON by Henry created "The Church of England" and a power struggle between Catholic's and Protestant's which lasted for generations. Not until the English civil wars ending in 1651 was their resolution with a "Constitutional Monarchy" which required Protestant monarch's.

Generation 2
Henry TUDOR VIII King of England b Jun 28 1491 in Greenwich, London, England and d Jan 28 1547 in Westminster, Middlesex, England had
six wives and two mistresses addressed as follows:
1. Catherine of ARAGON b Dec 15 1485 in Alcal'a de Henares, Madrid, Madrid, Spain and d Jan 7 1536 in Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdonshire, England. Henry and Catherine had seven children including Mary TUDOR I Queen of England, often referred to as "Bloody Mary" b Feb 18 1516 in Palace of Placentia, Greenwich, London, England and d Nov 17 1588 in St.James Palace, London, England.
2. Anne BOLEYN b May 1500 in Blicking Hall, Norfolk, England and d May 19 1536 in Tower of London, London, England. Purportedly Henry had Anne beheaded for sexual relations with her brother while married to Henry. Some historians believe she was executed so Henry could marry Jane SEYMOUR. Issue of Henry and Anne was three children including Queen Elizabeth TUDOR I, probably England's most famous Queen b Sep 7 1533 in Greenwich, London, England and d Mar 23 1603 in Richmond. Surrey, England. Elizabeth is often referred to as the "Virgin Queen" probably untrue, but she never married. Elizabeth(a Protestant) had her Catholic cousin, Mary Queen of Scots executed due to evidence Mary planned to overthrow Elizabeth. In any event, Mary had the last say, since her son James I of England (a Protestant) succeeded Elizabeth, and ended the Tudor monarchy.
3. Jane SEYMOUR b 1509 in Savernake, Wilshire England and d Oct 24 1537 in Richmond, Yorkshire, England. Issue of Henry and Jane was Edward TUDOR VI King of England b Oct 12 1537 in Hampton Court, Middlesex, England and d Jul 6 1553 Greenwich, London, England.
4.Ann CLEVES b Sep 22 1515 in Cleves, Kleve, Nordhein-Westfalen, Germany and d Jul 17 1557 in Chelsea, Middlesex, England without issue.
5. Catherine HOWARD b 1512 in Lambeth, London, England and d Feb 13 1542 in Tower of London, London, England with no issue. Henry had Catherine executed for "High Treason" and sexual infidelities while married to Henry.
6. Katherine PARR b 1512 in Kendal Castle, Westmoreland, England and d Sep 5 1548 in Castle, McPherson, England with no issue.
7. The two mistresses with issue were:
7.1 Elizabeth BLOUNT with son Henry FITZROY 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset
7.2 Mary BOLEYN (sister of Anne) with issue of Catherine CAREY,(Lady Knolly) and Henrey CAREY (Baron Hunsdon)

Generation 3.0
Edward TUDOR VI King of England (Child of Henry VIII and Jane SEYMOUR) b Oct 12 1537 in Hampton Court, Middlesex, England and d Jul 6 1553 in Greenwich, London, England. He was sixteen at death and unmarried.

Generation 3.1
Queen Lady Jane GREY "Queen for Nine Days" is the great granddaughter of Henry VII. The genealogy goes thusly, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York issued a daughter Mary, married to Charles BRANDON and their offspring included a daughter named Frances BRANDON married to the 1st Duke of Suffolk Henry GREY and finally Queen Lady Jane GREY b Oct 1537 in Bradgate, Leisestershire, England and d Feb 12 1554 in The Tower Of London married to Guilford DUDLEY b 1536 in Healton, Northumberland England d Feb 12 1554 in The Tower of London. By all accounts they were a beautiful couple. Jane was well educated and a committed Protestant. This was a time when the Catholic and Protestant fever was at its highest. Noble Protestants placed Jane on the Throne and Catholic nobles arrested Jane and Guilford and tried and convicted them of "High Treason" and had them beheaded. This enabled the Catholics to place Mary Tudor I on the throne.

3.2 Queen Mary I TUDOR (Bloody Mary) b Feb 18 1516 in The Palace of Placentia, Greenwich, London, England and d Nov 17 1558 in St. James Palace, London England. Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of ARAGON. Mary was unmarried without issue.

3.3 Queen Elizabeth I of England TUDOR, the last of the TUDOR monarchs called the "Virgin Queen" b Feb 18 1516 Greenwich, London, England and d Mar 23 1603 in Richmond, Surrey, England. Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne BOLEYN.

1.3 The Royal House of Hanover Relation to McKinnon's

References:
1.0 A Brief Overview of McKinnon Royal Ancestry
1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKInnon's
1.1 Generations 7 and 8

After the death of Queen Ann of Great Britain, succession became a serous concern. Ann had no surviving offspring. It was necessary to find a Protestant survivor of the STEWART House. As a result, we must now go backwards in time to find that lineage. Return again to James I King of England and VI of Scotland. For a more complete analysis go to "1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKinnon's" Generations 7 and 8.

Generation I
King James STEWART I of England and VI of Scotland born Jun 19 1566 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died Mar 27 1625 in Theobalds Park, Hertfordshire, England married to Ann OLDENBURG Princess of Denmark born Dec 12 1574 and died Mar 2 1619. Issue of James and Ann were three children including Elizabeth STEWART Electress of Palatine and Queen of Bohemia born Aug 19 1596 in Dunfermine, Fife, Scotland and died Feb 3 1661 in Leicester House, London, England.

Generation II
Elizabeth STEWART Electress of Palatine and Queen of Bohemia b Aug 19 1596 in Dunfermine, Fife, Scotland and d Feb 3 1661 in Leicester House, London, England and m to Frederick Elector of Palatine b Aug 26 1596 in Jagdchloss, Dienschwang, Amberg, Upper Palatine and d Nov 29 1632 in The Hague, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. Issue of Elizabeth and Frederick were fourteen children including Sophia Electress of Bohemia b Oct 13 1630 in Waasenaer Hague, Netherlands and d Jun 8 1714 in Hanover, Stadt Hannover, Niedersauchsen, Germany

Generation III
Sophia Electress of Bohemia b Oct 13 1630 in Waasesnaer Hague, Netherlands and d Jun 8 1714 in Hanover, Stadt Hannover, Niedersauchsen, Germany m to Ernest Augustus GUELPH of Brunswick b Nov 20 1629 in Herxberg, Germany and d Jan 23 1698 in Schloss Herenhausen, Hanover, Germany. Issue of Sophia and Ernest were nine children including George Louis GUELPH King George I of Great Britain b May 28 1660 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Jun 11 1727 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. Although George acquired the throne of Great Britain, he never spent time in Great Britain. He was aware of the complexities of the British Parliament and chose to remove himself. During his ascension to the crown, the Scottish Jacobites were busy trying to place a Scottish Catholic Stewart to the Throne.

Generation 1 The first of the Royal British Hanover's
George Louis Guelph King George I of Great Britain b May 1660 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Jun 11 1727 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany m to Sophia Dorothea of Celle Luneberg Sep 5 1666 in Celle, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Nov 13 1726 in Schloss Ahlden, Hannover. Niedersachsen, Germany. Issue of George and Sophia were two children including George GUELPH II King of Great Britain b Oct 30 1683 in Herrenhausen, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Oct 25 1760 in Kensington, London, England.

Generation 2
George GUELPH II King of Great Britain b Oct 30 1683 in Herrenhausen, Hannover, Niedesachsen, Germany and d Oct 25 1760 in Kensington, London, England m to Wilhelmina Caroline of Anspach Mar 1 1682 in Anspach, Germany and d Nov 20 1737 in England. Issue of George and Wilhelmina were eight children including Prince of Wales Frederick Louis GUELPH b Jan 20 1707 in Hannover, Stadt-Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Mar 31 1751 Leicester House, London, England.

Generation 3
Prince of Wales Frederick Louis Guelph b Jan 20 1707 in Hannover, Stadt-Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Mar 31 1751 in Leicester House, London, England and m to Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha b Nov 30 1719 and d Feb 8 1772. Issue of Frederick and Augusta were nine children including King George GUELPH III of England b Jan 4 1738 in Norfolk House, St. James Square, London, England and d Jan 29 1820 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. George III suffered from mental disease most of his adult life. He was also plagued by war including the American Revolution

Generation 4
King George GUELPH III of England b Jan 4 1738 in Norfolk House, St. James Square, London, England and d Jan 29 1820 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire m to Princess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenberg-Strelitz b May 19 1744 and d Nov 17 1818. Issue of George and Sophia were sixteen children including two future Kings of England, (1) King George GUELPH IV of Great Britain b Aug 12 1762 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Jun 26 1830 in Windsor House, London, England and (2) William GUELPH IV King of Great Britain b Jun 5 1771 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Nov 8 1851 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London, England.

Generation 5.1
King George Guelph IV of Great Britain b Aug 12 1762 in Buckungham House, London, England and d Jun 26 1830 in Windsor House, London, England and m to Caroline of Brunswick b May 17 1768 Brunswick, Braunschweign Niedersauchsen, Germany and d Aug 7 1821 in Hammersmith, London, England. Issue of George and Caroline was a daughter who did not ascend to the throne.

Generation 5.2
William GUELPH IV King of Great Britain b Jun 5 1771 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Nov 8 1851 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London, England m to Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningin b Aug 13 1792 in Meiningen, Thunngia, Germany and d Dec 2 1849 in Berthley Priory, Middlesex, London, England. Issue of William and Adelaide were two daughters who did not ascend to the throne.

Generation 6
A third son Of King George III of Great Britain and Sophia was Edward Augustus GUELPH Duke of Kent and Straethern b Nov 2 1767 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Jan 23 1828 in Sidmouth, Devon, England and m to Princess Victoria of Sax-Coburg Saalfeld b Aug 17 1786 in Saxe Coburg, Gotha, Theuringen, Germany and d Mar 16 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England. Issue of Augustus and Victoria was a daughter Victoria GUELPH Queen of Great Britain b May 24 1819 in Kensington Palace, London, England and d Jan 22 1901 in Osborne House, Isle Wight, England.

Generation 6
Victoria GUELPH Queen of Great Britain b May 24 1819 in Kensington Palace, London, England and d Jan 22 1901 in Osborne House, Isle of Wight, England m to Prince Albert Augustus WETTIN of Saxe-Coburg Saalfeld b Aug 26 1819 in Schloss Rosenau, Near Coburg, Germany and d Dec 14 1861 in Windsor Castle, London, England. Issue of Victoria and Albert were eight children including King Edward WETTIN VII of Great Britain b Nov 8 1841 in Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, London, England and d May 6 1910 in Buckingham Palace, London, England

Generation 7
Edward WETTIN VII King of Great Britain b Nov 8 1841 in Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, London, England and d May 6 1910 in Buckingham Palace, London, England m to Alexandra of Denmark b Dec 1 1844 and d Nov 20 1925. Issue of Edward and Alexandra were six children including King George WETTIN V of The United Kingdom. King George V started the House of Windsor, so this ends The House of Hanover although King Edward was a Wettin rather than GUELPH. The Royals of Britain will be taken up again beginning with King George V as the Windsors.

From Charlemagne to the 20th century MCKINNON Family

This presentation will in its entirety cover 41 generations and an elapsed time of 1212 years. We will touch base with "William The Conqueror", Henry II King of England and his wife Eleanor Duchess of Aquitaine, Colonel William CRAWFORD (a great American Patriot of The Revolutionary War). As is common with my presentations, at the end I will instruct you on how to connect to another message to complete all the generations. It will begin with Charlemagne, born in 747 and end with Clarence Roy MCKINNON who died in 1959. This same road trip through the generations can be completed through the BOONE family including the very famous Daniel BOONE.

Generation 1.
Charlemagne CAROLINGIAN Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire (747-814)
Desiderata (753-794)

Generation 2.
Louis CAROLINGIAN "The Pious and Debonair" (778-840)
Imegard of Hesbain (?-?)

Generation 3.
Hildegard CAROLINGIAN (802-841)
Gerard, Count of Auvergne (795-841)

Generation 4.
Ranult I, Count of Voitou (Abt 820=?)
The Daughter of "Maine" (?-?)

Generation 5.
Ranult II, Count of Voitou (855-?)
Irmgard (?-?)

Generation 6.
Ebalus Manger, Bastard of Voitou (902-934)
Emillane (?-?)

Generation 7.
William I, Towhead of Voitou (915-963)
Adele of Normandy (915-962)

Generation 8.
William II, Ironarm of Poitou (937-994)
Emma of Blois (?-?)

Generation 9.
William III, The Great Aquitaine (969-1030)
Unknown Spouse (?-?)

Generation 10.
William VIII, Guido of Aquitaine (1026-1086)
Hildegard of Burgundy (1030-1104)

Generation 11.
William IX. The Troubidor of Aquitaine (1071-1127)
Ermengarde of Anjou (952-992)

Generation 12.
William X, Duke of Aquitaine (1099-1137)
Aenor de Chatellerault (1103-1129)

Generation 13.
Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine. Wealthiest woman in Europe and possibly wealthiest person in the world (1122-1104)
Henry PLANTAGENET II, King of England (1132-1189)

Generation 12.1 A step back in generations
Matilda or Maud, Princess of England (1102-1169) (Mother of Henry II)
Geoffrey PLANTAGENET V, Count of Anjou (1113-1152)

Generation 11.1 Another step back in generations
Henry Beauclerc I, King of England (1068-1135)(Father of Matilda/Maud)
Matilda, Princess of Scotland (1079-1118)

Generation 10.1 Another step back in generations
William I, The Conqueror (1028-1087) Father of Henry Beauclerc
Matilda of Flanders, Consort of England (1031-1063)

Generation 11.2 Finally moving ahead
Henry Beauclerc I, King of England (1068-1135) once again
An Unknown Spouse (?-?)

Generation 12.2
Robert de Caen, 1st Earl of Gloucester (1090-1147)
Matilda Fitz Hamon (1090-1157) The "Fitz" usually indicates bastard

Generation 13.1
William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester (1116-1183)
Hawise de Beaumont (1110-1197)

Generation 14.
Amicia Fitz Robert, Countess of Gloucester (1160-1224)
Richard de Clare, Earl of Hertford (1162-1218)

Generation 15.
Gilbert III de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford and 6th Earl of Gloucester (1180-1230)
Isabel nee Marshall (1200-1240)

Generation 16.
Isabel de Clare, Countss of Hertford and Gloucester (1226-1275)
Robert DeBruce, 4th Lord of Annandale (1210-1295)

Generation 17.
Sir Robert DeBruce, The Competitor and 5th Lord of Annandale (1234-1304)
Unknown Spouse (?-?_

This ends the road trip. From here, go to "1,0 A Brief History of McKinnon Royal Ancestry" located herein and go to the beginning or generation 1

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McKinnon Relationship to President Barack Obama

References:
McKinnon Relationship to President George Washington: Generation 2




Barack Hussein OBAMA is a distant cousin of Presidents George WASHINGTON and James MADISON

Generation 1
Edwin CONWAY Sr. born 1610 in Worcester England and died in 1675 in Lancaster Virginia married to Martha ELTONHEAD born ? Eltonhead Lancashire England and died Oct 28 1689 in Virginia. Issue of Edwin and Martha were two children: (1) Edwin CONWAY Jr. the father of Edwin CONWAY III listed in Generation 2 in "McKinnon Relationship to President George Washingon" and (2) Eltonhead CONWAY b 1646 in Northampton Virginia and d Oct 28 1689 in Middlesex Virginia

Generation 2
Eltonhead CONWAY b 1646 in Northampton Virginia and d Oct 28 1689 in Middlesex Virginia m to Henry THACKER b 1632 in Norwich Norfolk England and d 1673 Middlesex Virginia. Issue of Eltonhead and Henry were seven children including Martha THACKER b Dec 5 1667 in Middlesex Virginia and d 1773 in Amelia Virginia

Generation 3
Martha THACKER b Dec 5 1667 in Middlesex Virginia and d 1773 in Amelia Virginia m to Thomas HICKMAN b Dec 5 1667 in King William Virginia. Issue of Martha and Thomas were six children including Edwin HICKMAN b 1690 in Virginia and d Nov 17 1769 in Albemarle Virginia.

Generation 4
Edwin HICKMAN b 1690 in Virginia and d Nov 17 1769 in Albemarle Virginia and m to Hannah LEWIS b1721 in ? and d ??. Issue of Edwin and Hannah were nine children including Susannah HICKMAN b 1745 in Culpepper Virginia and d in 1815 in Havilandville Harrison Kentucky

Generation 5
Susannah HICKMAN b 1745 in Culpepper Virginia and d in 1815 in Havilandville Harrison Kentucky m to James BROWNING b in 1745 in Culpepper Virginia and d 1812 in Clark Kentucky. Issue of Susannah and James were seven children including Anne BROWNING b 1778 in Culpepper, Culpepper, Virginia and d 1820 in Harrison Kentucky.

Generation 6
Ann BROWNING b 1778 in Culpepper, Culpepper, Virginia and d 1820 in Harrison Kentucky m to Robert OVERALL 1770 in Prince William Colony Virginia and d in 1830 ?. Issue of Ann and Robert was one son, George Washington OVERALL b Jul 4 1820 in Bullitt Kentucky and d Jan 9 1871 in Nelson Kentucky

Generation 7
George Washington OVERALL b Jul 4 1820 in Bullitt Kentucky and d Jan 9 1871 in Nelson Kentucky m to Martha E WEBB b 1839 in Nelson Kentucky and d ??. Issue of George and Martha were four children including Susan Catherine OVERALL b Jun 8 1849 in Nelson City Kentucky Feb 20 1906 ??

Generation 8
Susan Catherine OVERALL b Jun 8 1849 in Nelson City Kentucky Feb 20 1806 ?? m to Christopher Columbus CLARK b Dec 1846 in Missouri and d Jan 11 1937 in El Dorado Butler Kansas Issue of Susan and Christopher was one child Gabriella CLARK b Jun 1877 in Missouri and d JuL 15 1966 El Dorado, Butler, Kansas

Generation 9
Gabriella CLARK b Jun 1877 in Missouri and d Jul 15 1966 in El Dorado, Butler, Texas m Harry Ellington ARMOUR b Jan 10 1874 in Warrenvile, Du Page, Illinois and d 1930 in Wichita, Sedgewick, Kansas. Issue of Gabriella and Harry were two children including Ruth Lucille ARMOUR b Sep 1 1900 in Illinois and d Nov 26 1906 (from ptomaine poisoning)Nov 26 1926

Generation 10
Ruth Lucille ARMOUR b Sep 1 1900 in Illinois and d Nov 26 1926 m to Ralph Waldo Emerson DUNHAM b Dec 25 1894 in Argonia, Sumner, Kansas and d Oct 4 1970 in Wichita, Kansas. Issue of Ruth and Ralph were two children including Stanley Armour DUNHAM b abt 1919 in Kansas.

Generation 11
Stanley Armour DUNHAM b abt 1919 in Kansas m to Madelyn Lee Payne b Oct 22 1922 in Peru Kansas and d Nov 2 2008 in Honolulu Hawaii. Issue of Stanley and Madelyn was one child, Stanley Ann DUNHAM b Nov 29 1942 in Wichita Kansas.

Generation 12
Stanley Ann DUNHAM b Nov 29 1942 in Wichita Kansas m to Barack Hussein OBAMA Sr. b ? in Alego Kenya and d 1982 in automobile accident. Issue of Stanley and Barack was one child Barack Hussein OBAMA b Aug 4 1961 in Honolulu Hawaii and is the 44th President of The United States.

Generation 13
Barack Hussein OBAMA b Aug 4 1961 in Honolulu Hawaii m to Michelle ROBINSON b Jan 17 1964 in Chicago Illinois. Issue of Barack and Michelle are two daughters Malia and Sasha.