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1.0 A Brief Overview Of McKinnon Royal Ancestry

Starting With The Royal Scots

Generation 1:
Robert DE BRUS 1st Lord of Annandale
Birth 1071 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 11 May 1141 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Agnes PAYNELL
Birth 1092 in Dudley, Staffordshire, England
Death After 1155
Issue of Robert and Agnes:
Adam De Brus II Lord of Skelton
1113 1143
Robert de Brus
1132 1189

Generation 2:
Robert DE BRUS The Cadet and 2nd Lord of Annandale
Birth abt 1132 in Annandale, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Death abt 1189 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Euphemia DE AUMALE
Birth 1130 in Carrick, Scotland
Death 1165 in Annandale, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Euphemia:
William de Brus "The Lion - 3rd Lord Annandale"
1142 1212

Generation 3:
William DE BRUS The Lion and 3rd Lord of Annandale
Birth 1142 in Annandale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Death 16 Jul 1212 in Castle Annandale Dumfrieshire Scotland
Married to:
Beatrice Christina DE TEYDEN
Birth 1144 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 1170 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Issue of William and Beatrice:
Robert De Bruce 4th Lord of Annandale
1195 1245

Generation 4:
Robert DE BRUCE 4th Lord of Annandale
Birth 1195 in Annandale, Scotland
Death 1245 in Lochmaben, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Married to:
Isobel of Huntingdon
Birth 2 Nov 1226 in Gloucestershire, England
Death 10 May 1275 in Cleveland, Yorkshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Isabel:
William De Bruce
1248-
Robert de Bruce
1243 1304
Bernard De Bruce
1247 1264
Isabel De Bruce
1249

Generation 5:
Robert DE BRUS The Competitor and 5th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in of, Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cultram, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Isabella
Birth About 1200-
Death ??
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Robert de Bruce
1243 1304
Bernard De Bruce
1247 1264
William De Bruce
1248
Isabel De Bruce
1249
Richard De Bruce
1249 1287
Constance De Bruce
1251

Generation 6:
William DE BRUCE
Birth 1248 in Annandale, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Death ??
Married to:
Elizabeth De SULLEY
Birth ??
Death ??
Issue of William and Elizabeth:
Richard De Bruce
1249 1287
Constance De Bruce
1251

Generation 5:
Robert DE BRUCE The Competitor and 5th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in of, Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cultram, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Isabella DE CLARE Lady of Gloucester and Hertford
Birth 8 Nov 1226 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England
Death 10 Jul 1264 in Cleveland, Yorkshire, Engl
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Bernard de Bruce
Richard de Bruce
William de Bruce
Robert de Bruce 6th Lord of Annandale
1243 1304
Isabel de Bruce
1249 1284
Constance de Bruce
1251

Generation 6:
Robert DE BRUCE6th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in Annandale, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Marjorie Countess of of Carrick
Birth 1256 in Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death 27 Oct 1292 in Carrick, Ayrshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Marjorie:
Christiana Bruce
1256
Mary Clarissa deBruce
1260
Isabel DeBrus
1272 1358
Christina deBruce
1273 1357
Robert I De Brus
1274 1329
Edward de Bruce
1276 1318
Margaret De Bruce
1276
Neil de Bruce
1279 1306
Alexander de Bruce
1285 1307
Elizabeth de Bruce
1286
Matilda Margery de Bruce
1287

Generation 7:
Robert I DE BRUS
Birth 11 Jul 1274 in Turnberry Castle, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 7 Jun 1329 in Cardross, Dunbartonshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Isabella MAR
Birth 1278 in Kildrummy, Aberdeenshire, , Scotland
Death 1320 in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, , Scotland
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Robert De Brus Sir
1216 1295
Nigel de Bruce of Carrick
1279
Matilda (Maud) de Bruce
1304 1353
Marjorie de Bruce
1306 1316
Christina De Brus of Carrick
1312
Margaret De Brus
1312 1346
Elizabeth De Brus
1314
Walter De Brus
1318
David De Brus II
1324 1371
John De Brus
1327
Margaret De Brus
1327

Generation 8:
Marjorie DE BRUCE
Birth 1306
Death 19 Mar 1316
Married to:
Walter (6th High Steward of Scotland) STEWART
Birth 1292 in Dundonald Kyle Argyll Scotland
Death Apr 9 1326 in Bathgate Castle Scoitland
Issue of Marjorie and Walter:
Robert Stewart II, King of Scotland
1316 1390

Generation 9:
Robert STEWART II, King of Scotland
Birth 2 Mar 1316 in Rosyth Castle, Scotland
Death 19 Apr 1390 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Elizabeth MURE of Rowallan
Birth May 1355 in Rowallon Castle Scotland
Death Abt 1409 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Elizabeth:
Katherine Stewart
Margaret Stewart
Isabella Stewart
1336
John Stewart Earl of Carrick
1337 1406
Robert III (King of Scotland) Stewart
1337 1406
Walter Stewart
1338 1363
Robert Stewart 1st Duke of Albany
1339 1420
Elizabeth Stewart
1346 1389
Alexander Stewart 1st Earl of Buchan
1350 1405
Johanna Stewart
1350 1404
Marjory Stewart
1388 1432

Generation 10:
Robert STEWART III, King of Scotland
Birth 1337 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1406 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Annabelle DRUMMOND
Birth 1350 in Perth, Perthshire, , Scotland
Death Oct 1401 in Perth, Perthshire, , Scotland
Issue of Robert and Annabelle:
Robert Stewart Died in infamcy
Margaret Stewart
1370 1456
David Stewart Duke of Rothesay
1378 1402
Mary Stewart Princess of Scotland
1380 1458
Elizabeth Stewart
1387 1411
Egida Stewart
1390 1431
James I Stewart King of Scots
1394 1437
Robert III of Scotland
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert III

Generation 11:
Mary STEWART Princess of Scotland
Birth 1380 in Dunfermline, Fife, , Scotland
Death Sept 1458 in Strathblane, Stirlingshire, , Scotland
Married to:
James KENNEDY Sir
Birth 1376 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 8 Nov 1408 in Dunure, , , Scotland
Issue of Mary and James:
Gilbert Kennedy 1st Lord of Kennedy
1396 1478
Mary Kennedy
1405 1430
John Kennedy
1407 1434
James Kennedy
1408 1465

Generation 12:
Gilbert KENNEDY 1st Lord of Kennedy
Birth 1396 in Maybole Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 6 Mar 1478 in Maybole Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Married to:
Catherine MAXWELL
Birth 1408 in Linlithgow, Scotland
Death 1484 in Dunure Ayrshire Scotland
Issue of Gilbert and Catherine:
John Kennedy 2nd Lord of Kennedy
1436 1508

Generation 13:
John KENNEDY 2nd Lord of Kennedy
Birth 12 Oct 1436 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 24 Jul 1508 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Elizabeth SETON Lady
Birth 1444 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Death 17 Apr 1500 in Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Mary Margaret Kennedy
1510
Alexander Kennedy of Girvinmains
1462 1578
Elizabeth Kennedy
1473 1573
Janet Kennedy Mistress
1483 154

Generation 14:
Mary Margaret KENNEDY
Birth in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 1510 in Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Married to:
Patrick VANS Sir
Birth 1469 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death 1528 in Barnbarrock, Scotland
Issue of Mary and Patrick:
Alexander Vans
1480
John Vans
1480 1547
Patrick Vans
1543

Generation 15:
Alexander VANS
Birth About 1480 in Barnbarroch,Wigtown,,Scotland
Death in Barnbarrock,,,Scotland
Married to:
Jannett KENNEDY
Birth About 1480 in Scotland
Death ??
Issue of Alexander and Jannett:
John Vans Sir
1510 1547

Generation 16:
John VANS Sir
Birth 1510 in Barnbarrach, , , Scotland
Death 1547 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Janet MCCULLOCH Of Myrtown
1507 1561
Issue of John and Janet:
Patrick Vans Sir
1550 1568

Generation 17:
Patrick VANS Sir
Birth 1550 in Lybrack, , , Ireland
Death 1568
Married to:
Catherine KENNEDY Lady
Birth 1543 in Culzean Castle, Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 1593 in Ireland
Issue of Patrick and Catherine:
John Vans Sir
1575 1642

Generation 18:
John VANS Sir
Birth 1575 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Death 1642 in , , , Ireland
Married to:
Margaret MCDOWALL Of Gartland
Birth 1580 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Death 1659 in , , , Ireland
Issue of John and Margaret:
Patrick Vans Sir
1589 1673
Andrew Vans
1591 1661
John Vans Rector of Kilmacreenan
1593 1662
John Vans
1596 1662
Florence Vans
1599 1641
Joseph Vans
1616 1642
Lancelot Francis Vans
1620 1680

Generation 19:
John VANS Rector of Kilmacreenan
Birth 1593 in Barnbarroch, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death 1662 in Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Married to:
Elizabeth SHAW
Birth Abt 1570 in Cough Ireland
Death 1662 in Hingham, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Lancelot Vans Doctor
1630 1688

Generation 20:
Lancelot VANS Doctor
Birth 1630 in Tyrone, Tyrone, , Ireland
Death 1688 in Londonderry, Londonderry, , Ireland
Married to:
Euphemia BAINEY
Birth 1630 in Londonderry,,,Ireland
Death 1690 in ,,,Ireland
Issue of Lancelot and Euphemia:
Margaret Vance
1648
John Vance
1650 1710
Sarah Vance
1653
Alexander Vance
1659
Andrew Vance
1660 1754
Elizabeth Vance
1663

Generation 21:
John VANCE
Birth 1650 in Coagh,Tyrone,,Ireland
Death 1710 in ,,,Ireland
Married to:
Mary WILLIAMSON
Birth 1646 in Antrim, Ireland
Death 1710 in Ireland
Issue of John and Mary:
Andrew Vance
1666 1740

Generation 22:(The Immigrant:)
Andrew VANCE
Birth 1666 in County Tyrone, Ireland
Death 1740 in Frederick, Virginia, USA
Married to:
Jane HOGE (The Immigrant)
Birth 1660 in Ireland
Death 1730 in Frederick Virginia
Issue of Andrew and Jane:
Rebecca Vance
Samuel Vance
1692 1778
John Sr. Vance
1693 1760
Andrew II Vance
1695
Robert Vance
1698 1760
Ann Vance
1700 1770
James Vance
1700
David Vance
1712
Alexander Vance
1714 1756
William Vance
1718 1788

Generation 23:
John Sr. VANCE
Birth 1693 in Frederick, Virginia, United States
Death 7 Oct 1760 in Frederick, Virginia, United States
Married to:
Elizabeth COLVILLE
Birth 1700 in Frederick Virginia USA
Death 1760
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Elizabeth Vance
1722
Hannah Vance
1732 1817
Alexander Vance
1732 1810
John Jr. Vance
1770 1834

Generation 24:
Hannah VANCE
Birth 11 Apr 1732 in Valley of the Shenendoah Virginia USA
Death 1817 in New Haven, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Married to:
William CRAWFORD Colonel
Birth 2 Sep 1722 in Berkeley County, Virginia, USA
Death 11 Jun 1782 in Tymochtee Cr, Wyandotte, Ohio, USA
Ann Crawford
1743 1783
John Vance Crawford
1744 1816
Sarah Sally Crawford
1748 1838
Orphelia Effie Crawford
1751 1821
Nancy Crawford
1767 1842

Generation 25:
Sarah Sally CRAWFORD
Birth About 1748 in Fayette Co. Pa. USA
Death Nov 10 1838 in Fayette Co Pennsylvania
Married to:
William HARRISON Captain
Birth About 1740 in Orange Virginia USA
Death Jan 11 1782 in Sandusky Erie Ohio USA (Killed alongside his father in law William Crawford)
Issue of Sarah and William:
Sally Harrison
1766
Nancy Harrison
1772 1856
Harriet Harrison
1772
Battle Harrison
1776
John Harrison
1778 1850
Mary Polly Harrison
1780

Generation 26:
Nancy HARRISON
Birth Dec 30 1772 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 6 Dec 1856 in Moore Twp.Logan, Ohio, United States
Married to:
Daniel MCKINNON
Birth Apr 9 1767 in Fayette City, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 25 Aug 1837 in Moorefield, Clark, Ohio, United States
Issue of Nancy and Daniel:
William Harrison "Judge" McKinnon
1789 1861
Daniel McKinnon
1791 1864
Theophelus McKinnon
1795
John Benjamin McKinnon
1796 1850
Catherine "Katie" McKinnon
1797 1849
Uriah McKinnon
1797 1849
Josiah McKinnon
1804 1837
Sarah McKinnon
1806 1894
Thomas Dillow McKinnon
1809 1882

Generation 27:
Thomas Dillow MCKINNON
Birth 1809 in Boone County Kentucky, USA
Death 28 Oct 1882 in Lowell,Iowa
Married to:
Elizabeth SMITH
Birth Feb 5 1814 in ,Washington,Virginia,USA
Death May 1880 in Lee, Virginia
Issue of Thomas and Elizabeth:
Mary McKinnon
Theophalis Addison McKinnon
1834 1907
Thomas Jefferson McKinnon
1835 1904
Robert Jackson, SR. McKinnon
1837 1920
Josephine McKinnon
1838 1918
Daniel S McKinnon
1840 1914
James Monroe McKinnon
1844 1925
Isabella McKinnon
1846 1937
Ann Eliza McKinnon
1849 1918
John Quincy McKinnon
1850 1931
Lillian Sarah McKinnon
1852
William A McKinnon
1855
Baby Girl McKinnon
1856
Stephen Samuel McKinnon
1859 1905
Turtullus McKinnon
1859

Generation 28:
Robert Jackson, SR. MCKINNON
Birth Jan 22 1837 in Indiana, United States
Death 13 Apr 1920 in Harney, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:
Emily Harriet LONG
Birth 24 Mar 1843 in Indiana, United States
Death 18 Jul 1911 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Emily:
John E McKinnon
1859
Ida May McKinnon
1861 1950
Robert Jackson Jr, McKinnon
1863 1932
Andrew Johnson McKinnon
1866 1903
Lucy Jane McKinnon
1868 1957
Belle Dora McKinnon
1870
Harriet E McKinnon
1871 1871
Thomas Daniel McKinnon
1872 1948
Emma Alice McKinnon
1875
Elsie Ollie McKinnon
1876
William E McKinnon
1883 1898
Essie Geneva McKinnon
1897

Generation 28:
Robert Jackson Jr, MCKINNON
Birth 12 Sep 1863 in Iowa
Death 3 Nov 1932 in Burns, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:
Laura Ann GALLOWAY
Birth Mar 15 1868 in Elk City Benton Oregon USA
Death Jun 21 1915 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Laura:
Clarence Roy McKinnon
1889 1959
Eula Lea McKinnon
1891 1973
Ralph Earl McKinnon
1898 1961
Gladys Delta McKinnon
1900
Otho Walter McKinnon
1903 1975
Cleo Addison McKinnon
1909
Leo Addis McKinnon
1909

Generation 29:
Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Married to:
Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA

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.

A MCKINNON Legacy, The beginning of the Slave trade

Most of my journals have been either interesting or one of pride. Not so in this journal. My mother's family can be easily traced into medieval England. In the time of the Tudor reign we discover the Hawkins family. As usual, when you get this far back in history you can be sure you are dealing with nobility. John Hawkins, the main character in this journal is a second cousin of Sir Francis Drake. In fact, history tells us they lived together for a time. William Hawkins, the father of John was a confidant of Henry VIII. John Hawkins is considered the originator of the negro slave trade in the world.Following is brief biography of William Hawkins from:
http://www.devonheritage.org/Nonplace/History/TheHawkinsfamilyofPlymouth.htm

William married Joan Trelawny of the famed Cornish family and they had two children: William, born about 1519 and John, 1532.

He became Mayor of Plymouth in 1532. In 1544 he was Deputy Mayor and England was at war with France when, with others, he received a commission from Henry VIII to annoy the Kings enemies with 4, 6 or 8 barks sailing at their own cost. This commission marks the entry of the Hawkins family into the business of privateering. The privateers, or men-of-war as they were known at the time, inflicted great damage on French commerce at great profit to themselves. One of Williams ships took a Spanish vessel, whose cargo he asserted was French, falsely represented as Spanish. A French invasion seemed imminent and it was uncertain whether Spain would back France. It was therefore expedient to keep the Spanish Emperor happy and Hawkins was imprisoned until he should have made restitution to the owner of the captured ship. In fact it transpired that the owner was a Spaniard who, some years earlier, had become a naturalized Frenchman so William was in the right. In any event it was not discreditable for a public figure to go to prison in the 16th century and it did not lower him in the estimation of those who sent him there.

Next is s biography of John Hawkins from Wikipedia:

Admiral Sir John Hawkins (also spelled as Hawkyns) (Plymouth 1532 12 November 1595) was an English shipbuilder, naval administrator and commander, merchant, navigator, and slave trader. As treasurer (1577) and controller (1589) of the Royal Navy, he rebuilt older ships and helped design the faster ships that withstood the Spanish Armada in 1588. He later devised the naval blockade to intercept Spanish treasure ships. One of the foremost seamen of 16th-century England, he was the chief architect of the Elizabethan navy. In the battle in which the Spanish Armada was defeated in 1588, Hawkins served as a vice admiral and was knighted for his role.[1]
William, John's father, was a confidant of Henry VIII of England and one of England's principal sea captains. Sir Francis Drake, John's second cousin, helped him in his second voyage.
The first Englishman recorded to have taken slaves from Africa was John Lok, a London trader who, in 1555, brought five slaves from Guinea. A second London trader taking slaves at that time was William Towerson whose fleet sailed into Plymouth following his 1556 voyage to Africa and from Plymouth on his 1557 voyage. Despite the exploits of Lok and Towerson, John Hawkins of Plymouth is often considered to be the pioneer of the British slave trade, because he was the first to run the Triangular trade, making a profit at every stop.

John Hawkins formed a syndicate of wealthy merchants to invest in the slave trade. In 1555, he set sail with three ships for the Caribbean via Sierra Leone. They hijacked a Portuguese slave ship and traded the 301 slaves in the Caribbean. Despite having two ships seized by the Spanish authorities, he sold the slaves in Santo Domingo and thus made a profit for his London investors. His voyage caused the Spanish to ban all English ships from trading in their West Indies colonies.[citation needed] In 1563, John Hawkins brought the first slaves from Africa to both the Caribbean Isles and Lower Americas.[2]
[edit]Second voyage (15641565)

Hawkins' second voyage was even more successful. In 1564, Queen Elizabeth I partnered with him by renting him the huge old 700-ton ship Jesus of Lubeck, on which he set forth on a more extensive voyage, along with three small ships. Hawkins sailed to Borburata, privateering along the way. By the time he reached Borburata, he had captured around 400 Africans. After Borburata, Hawkins sailed to Rio de la Hacha. The Spanish officials tried to prevent Hawkins from selling the slaves by imposing taxes. Captain Hawkins refused to pay the taxes and threatened to burn the towns. After selling his slaves, Captain Hawkins sailed to a French colony in Florida for a respite. Captain Hawkins returned to England in September 1566, his expedition a total success as his financiers made a 60% profit.[citation needed]
[edit]Third voyage (15671569)

His third voyage began in 1567. Hawkins obtained many more slaves, and also augmented his cargo by capturing the Portuguese slave ship Madre de Deus (Mother of God) and its human cargo. He took about 400 slaves across the Atlantic on the third trip. At San Juan de Ula (in modern Vera Cruz) he was chanced upon by a strong Spanish force that was bringing, by a royal edict issued on 16 June 1567 by king Philip II of Spain, an investigative commission consisting of Licenciado Gaspar de Jarava, Licenciado Alonso Muoz, and Doctor Luis Carrillo to find out about the insistent rumours alleging some sort of move towards Mexican independence from the Spanish Crown by the Spanish Viceroy of Mexico Gaston de Peralta, 3rd Marquis of Falces, and his half-brothers Martin Cortes I "El Mestizo", Martin Corts y Ziga (also known as Martin Corts II and Martn Corts, 2nd Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca) and Luis Corts y Hermosillo. De Jarava and Muoz were from the Council of the Indies, while Carrillo was an official at the Court. The General Commander of the Fleet was the newly appointed governor of Cuba Pedro Menndez de Avils (founder of the City of San Agustin, Florida), assisted by the capable seafarer Sancho Pardo Donlebn, who was later to be a powerful adversary of both Hawkins and Drake.
In the ensuing Battle of San Juan de Ula only two of the English ships escaped destruction, and Hawkins' voyage home was a miserable one. That of Hawkins' gunner, Job Hartop was equally so and took many years.
Although his first three voyages were semi-piratical enterprises, Queen Elizabeth I was in need of money and saw pirates as fighting her battles at their own cost and risk.
Hawkins would write about the details of his third voyage in An Alliance to Raid for Slaves. Specifically he comments on how trading and raiding were closely related in the English slave trade, and how European success in the slave trade directly depended on African allies who were willing to cooperate. He also comments on the level of violence he and his men used and encouraged in order to secure his captives. The title makes clear the basis of his methodology.
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As part of the English government's web of counter-espionage, Hawkins pretended to be part of the Ridolfi plot to betray Queen Elizabeth in 1571. By gaining the confidence of Spain's ambassador to England, he learned the details of the conspiracy, and notified the government so to arrest the plotters. He offered his services to the Spanish, in order to obtain the release of prisoners of war, and to discover plans for the proposed Spanish invasion of England.
His help in foiling the plot was rewarded, and in 1571 Hawkins entered Parliament as MP for Plymouth. He became Treasurer of the Royal Navy on 1 January 1578, following the death of his predecessor Benjamin Gonson (who was also his father-in-law, Hawkins having married Katherine Gonson in 1567).
Hawkins' financial reforms of the Navy upset many who had vested interests, and in 1582 his rival Sir William Wynter accused him of administrative malfeasance, instigating a royal commission on fraud against him. The commission, under William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, Francis Walsingham, and Drake, concluded that there was no undue corruption, and that the Queen's Navy was in first-rate condition.[3]
Hawkins was determined that his navy, as well as having the best fleet of ships in the world, would also have the best quality of seamen, and so petitioned and won a pay increase for sailors, arguing that a smaller number of well-motivated and better-paid men would be more effective than a larger group of uninterested men.
Hawkins made important improvements in ship construction and rigging; he is less well known for his inventiveness as a shipwright, but it was his idea to add to the caulker's work by the finishing touch of sheathing the underside of his ships with a skin of nailed elm planks sealed with a combination of pitch and hair smeared over the bottom timbers, as a protection against the worms which would attack a ship in tropical seas. Hawkins also introduced detachable topmasts that could be hoisted and used in good weather and stowed in heavy seas. Masts were stepped further forward, and sails were cut flatter. His ships were "race-built", being longer and with forecastle and aftcastle (or poop) greatly reduced in size.
[edit]The Spanish Armada



The arms of Sir John Hawkins
John Hawkins' innovative measures made the new English ships fast and highly manoeuvrable. In 1588 they were tested against the Spanish Armada. Hawkins was the Rear Admiral, one of three main commanders of the English fleet against the Armada, alongside Francis Drake and Martin Frobisher. Hawkins flagship was Victory. It is possible that Hawkins organised the fire-ship attacks at Calais. For his role in the great sea battle, Hawkins was knighted.
After the defeat of the Armada, Hawkins urged the seizure of Philip II's colonial treasure, in order to stop Spain re-arming. In 1589, Hawkins sailed with former apprentice Francis Drake in a massive military operation (the DrakeNorris Expedition) with one of its goals being to try to intercept the Spanish treasure fleet. The voyage failed, but the idea led many other English pirates to make similar attempts.
In 1590 Drake and Hawkins founded a charity for the relief of sick and elderly mariners. This was followed by a hospital in 1592 and another in 1594, the Sir John Hawkins Hospital. The charity continues today.
[edit]Potatoes, tobacco and sharks

Potatoes were first imported to the British Isles (probably to Ireland) in either 1563 or 1565 (sources differ) by Hawkins.
Some scholars suggest that it was John Hawkins who introduced tobacco into Britain. Some accounts say this was in 1569, others in 1564. The latter is more likely, since he mentions "Ltobaccoj" (meaning tobacco) in his journals of the second voyage.
The Oxford English Dictionary notes that the word shark appears to have been introduced by Hawkins' sailors, who brought one back and exhibited it in London in 1569. It has recently been suggested that the derivation is from xoc, the word for "fish" in a Mayan language spoken in Yucatn.[4]
[edit]Death

In 1595 he accompanied his second cousin Sir Francis Drake, on a treasure-hunting voyage to the West Indies, involving two unsuccessful attacks on San Juan in Puerto Rico. During the voyage they both fell sick. Hawkins died at sea off Puerto Rico. Drake succumbed to disease, most likely dysentery, on January 27, and was buried at sea somewhere off the coast of Porto Belo. Hawkins was succeeded by his son Sir Richard Hawkins.
Hawkins came to the public's attention again in June 2006, almost four and a half centuries after his death, when his descendant Andrew Hawkins publicly apologized for his ancestor's actions in the slave trade

Genealogy of the Hawkins family:

Generation 1:
Osbert DEHAWKING
Birth 1357 in Faversham, Kent, England
Death 1393 in England
Married to:
??
Issue of Osbert and ?:
Sir Andrew Hawkins
1421 1453

Generation 2:
Sir Andrew HAWKINS
Birth 1421 in Faversham, Kent, England
Death 1453 in Morchard, Devon, England
Married to:
Joan DE NASH
Birth 1429 in Launceston, Cornwall, England
Death 1454 in Nash Court, Kent, England
Issue of Andrew and Joan:
Margaret Hawkins
1450
Sir John Hawkins
1450 1508
Jeremy Hawkins
1455

Generation 3:
Sir John HAWKINS
Birth 1450 in Travistock, Devon, England
Death 1508 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Married to:
Joan AMADOS
Birth 1465 in Lauceston, Cornwall, England
Death 1554 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Issue of John and Joan:
William A. Hawkins Captain
1480 1554

Generation 4:
Captain William A HAWKINS
Birth 1480 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Death 1554 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Married to:
Joan Towne TRELAWNEY
Birth 1494 in Launceton, Cornwall, England
Death 10 Jul 1589 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Issue of William and Joan:
John Hawkins Sir/Admiral
1520 1595
Sir William Amadas Hawkins
1530 1589

Generation 5:
Admiral Sir John HAWKINS
Birth 1520 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Death 21 Nov 1595 in at sea, off the coast of Puerto Rico
Married to:
Dame Katherine GONSON
Birth 1534 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Death July 1591 in Kent, England
Issue of John and Katherine:
Thomas Hawkins
1555 1650

Generation 6:
Thomas HAWKINS
Birth 1555 in Shareshill, Shropshire, England
Death 1650 in Shareshill, Shropshire, England
Married to:
Joane HELE
Birth 1565 in Plymouth, Devon, England
Death 17 Aug 1634 in Petrockstowe, Devon, England
Issue of Thomas and Joane:
Joanna Hawkins
1581 1632

Generation 7:
Joanna HAWKINS (The Immigrant)
Birth abt 1581 in Tredington, Worcestershire, England
Death 1632 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Married to:
John PINNEY
Birth 1551 in Broadway, Somerset, England
Death 28 Dec 1632 in Broadway, Somerset, England
Issue of Joanna and John:
Humphrey Pinney
1605 1683

Generation 8:
Humphrey PINNEY
Birth 20 November 1605 in England
Death 20 Aug 1683 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Married to:
Mary HULL (The Immigrant)
Birth 27 Jul 1618 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England
Death 20 Aug 1684 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Issue of Humphrey and Mary:
Abigail Pinney
1618 1677
Samuel Pinney
1635 1681
Nathaniel Pinney
1640 1676
Mary Pinney
1644 1725
Sarah Pinney
1648 1711
John Pinney
1651 1697
Isaac Pinney
1663 1709

Generation 9:
Abigail PINNEY
Birth 1618 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
Death 22 Dec 1677 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
Married to:
John MOORE
Birth 1614 in England
Death 14 Sep 1677 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut (The Immigrant)
Issue of Abigail and John:
Thomas Moore
1630 1696
George Moore Lt.
1632 1710
Hannah Moore
1633 1685
Priscilla Moore
1635 1715
Sarah Moore
1637
Elizabeth Moore
1638 1728
Abigail Moore
1639 1728
Mindwell Moore
1643 1682
Hannah Moore
1644 1686
John Moore
1645 1718
Thomas Moore
1645 1682
Elizabeth Moore
1647 1738
Andrew Moore
1649 1719
James Moore
1650 1727

Generation 10:
Lt. George MOORE
Birth 1632 in Windsor Connecticutt
Death 30 NOV 1710 in Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
Married to:
Jane BARCROFT
Birth 1635 in Isle Wight, Virginia, USA
Death 30 NOV 1710 in Isle Wight, Virginia, USA
Issue of George and Jane:
Magdalen Moore
1653 1673
Elinor Moore
1654 1695
Ann Barcroft Moore
1658 1706
Mary Moore
1678 1711

Generation 11:
Magdalen MOORE
Birth 1653 in Isle, Virginia, United States
Death 1673 in Isle, Virginia, United States
Married to:
Thomas CARTER Jr.
Birth 1649 in Isle, Virginia, United States
Death 1710 in Isle, Virginia, United States
Issue of Magdalen and Thomas:
Edward Carter
1673 1730
George Carter
1674 1736
Thomas Carter
1675
Alexander Carter
1676
Martha Carter
1678
Moore Carter
1680 1741
William Carter
1684
John Carter
1686
Benjamin Carter
1688
James Carter
1690

Generation 12:
George CArTER
Birth 1674 in Isle Wight, Virginia, USA
Death 1736 in Isle Wight, Virginia, USA
Married to:
Elizabeth TULL
Birth 1699
Death ??
Issue of George and Elizabeth:
Hannah Carter
Mary Carter
Samuel Carter
Anna CARTER
1715
Elizabeth Carter
1715 1783
Rachel Carter
1719 1799

Generation 13:
Rachel CARTER
Birth 1719 in Bradford, McKean, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 29 Sep 1799 in Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Married to Abraham MARSHALL
Birth 4 Mar 1713 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1750 in Pennsylvania, United States
Issue of Rachel and Abraham:
Elizabeth Marshall
1732 1797
Samuel Marshall
1745 1817
Mary Marshall
1747 1815
Hannah Marshall
1750 1752

Generation 14:
Elizabeth MARSHALL
Birth May 6 1732 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Oct 28 1797 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania
Married to:
Joel BAILY
Birth 16 Dec 1732 in West Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 29 Oct 1797 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Issue of Elizabeth and Joel:
Abraham Baily Dr.
1760 1825
Hannah Baily
1763 1834
Emmor Baily
1767 1848
Jacob Baily
1770 1799
Rachel Baily
1774 1853

Generation 15:
Jacob BAILY
Birth 28 Mar 1770 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 15 Apr 1799 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Married to:
Elizabeth WEBB
Birth 10 Sep 1773 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 24 Feb 1853 in Centreville, New Castle, DE, USA
Issue of Jacob and Elizabeth:
Mary Baily
1791 1815
Ezekiel Baily
1793 1858
Elizabeth Bailey
1795 1846
Marshall Baily
1798 1820

Generation 16:
Elizabeth BAILY
Birth Mar 22 1795 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Sep 11 1846 in Champaign, Ohio, United States
Married to:
Ezra LAMBORN
Birth Jul 7 1786 in Wilmington, Ohio, USA
Death Oct 17 1844 in Champaign, Ohio, United States
Issue of Elizabeth and Ezra:
Sarah Lamborn
1816 1816
Margaretta Lamborn
1817
Marshall B Lamborn
1819 1852
Rebecca Pearce Lamborn
1822 1903
Nathan Lamborn
1824
Ezekiel Lamborn
1828
Elizabeth Ann Lamborn
1832 1842

Generation 17:
Rebecca Pearce LAMBORN
Birth Jan 18 1822 in New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 13 Jul 1903 in Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States
Married to:
David Hale EDWARDS
Birth Sep 13 1815 in Marietta, Ohio, USA
Death jun 19 1888 in Belle Plaine, Benton, Iowa, United States
Issue of Rebecca and David:
Mary Elizabeth Edwards
1841 1845
Fidelia Adelaide Edwards
1843
Ezra L Edwards
1847 1847
David Hale Edwards
1848 1849
Margaretta "Rhettie" Edwards
1852 1942
Hamilton Bell Edwards
1857 1937
Mary Evalyn Edwards
1858 1950

Generation 18:
Mary Evalyn EDWARDS
Birth Nov 1 1858 in Iowa
Death 05 Jan 1950 in Lebanon, Oregon, USA
Married to:
Theodore Fred PRILL
Birth Jul 10 1850 in Dayton Ohio, USA
Death Jan 1 1941 in Casper, Wyoming, USA
Issue of Mary and Theodore:
Lewis Merton Prill
1882 1970
Margaretta Lula Prill
1887 1982
Charles Otis Prill
1894 1954
Mamie Veda Prill
1901 1998
Fred Laverne Prill
1904 1960

Generation 19:
Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA
Married to Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Issue of Mamie and Clarence:
Mava Lurhea McKinnon
1922
Felice Grace McKinnon
1923 2002
Robert Prill McKinnon
1928 1999
Dale Lynn McKinnon
1932

Edwards and McKinnon's have common Royal ancestry

I am(Dale MCKINNON)the 27th great grandson of Robert de Brus (1071-1141) on both my mother and my fathers sides of the the family. Thus my mother and father are distant cousins. I have always assumed I was Scottish only on my father's side of the family. Basically this is true. However, when you are dealing with royalty the chances of ethnic change are greatly enhanced. The de Brus family has their roots in Normandy per Wikipedia following:

Clan Bruce (Scottish Gaelic: Clann Brus) is a Scottish clan from Kincardine in Scotland. It was a Royal House in the 14th century, producing two kings of Scotland

The surname Bruce comes from the French de Brus or de Bruis, derived from the lands now called Brix, situated between Cherbourg and Valognes in Normandy, France. The first of this family on record, in Great Britain, was Robert de Brus, 1st Lord of Annandale who came to England with King Henry I after his victory at Tinchebray in 1106. He was given 80 manors in Yorkshire, and later 13 manors around Skelton. He received the Lordship of Annandale from King David I of Scotland shortly after his accession in 1124. Robert founded a priory at Gysburn.

Both the English and Scots lines descend from this Robert.

It has long been written that the ancestor of the family was Robert de Brus, a knight of Normandy who came to England with William the Conqueror. But this was an invention taken from totally unreliable medieval lists of those who fought at Hastings.

Soon after the accession of David I of Scotland to the throne, Robert visited the monarch and obtained from him the lordship of Annandale. Robert de Brus (known as Robert le Meschin, or 'the Cadet') was the first of the family to be connected with Scotland. He came from Normandy with Henry I around 1100, and by 1103 had acquired some or all of the family's holdings in Yorkshire, which he increased over the following years. When David I of Scotland invaded England in 1138 Brus was sent to negotiate by the English. He was however accused of being a traitor and was dismissed from the Scottish camp. The Scots were later defeated at the Battle of the Standard where Robert's grandson Robert was taken prisoner. Robert died on 11 May 1141 and was buried at Gysburn.

In continuation of the male line a later Robert Bruce married Isabel, daughter of King William I of Scotland (William the Lion) and died before 1191. He was succeeded by his brother William who in turn died in 1215 and was succeeded by his son, Robert de Brus who married Isabel, daughter of the Earl of Huntingdon, brother of William the Lion.

Both the English and Scots lines descend from this Robert.

Just as Wikipedia says, both the English and Scottish lines go through Robert de Brus (1071-1141) In my case the English line goes to my grandmother Mary Evalyn EDWARDS and the Scottish line goes to my father Clarence Roy MCKINNON.

Following are the respective lineages, the first is the English lineage that travels to my grandmother Mary Evalyn EDWARDS followed by the Scottish lineage going to my father Clarence Roy MCKINNON. Both lines will begin with Robert DE Brus (1071-1141)

The EDWARDS line

Generation 1:
Robert DE BRUS 1st Lord of Annandale
Birth 1071 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 11 May 1141 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Agnes PAYNELL
Birth 1092 in Dudley, Staffordshire, England
Death After 1155
Issue of Robert and Agnes:
Adam De Brus II Lord of Skelton
1113 1143
Robert de Brus
1132 1189

Generation 2:
Adam DE BRUS II Lord Of Skelton
Birth 1113 in Cleveland, Durham, England
Death 1143 in Skelton Castle, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Agnes DE AUMALE
Birth ABT 1115 in Holderness, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death AFT 1151
Issue of Adam and Agnes:
Lucy de Brus
1136
Adam De Brus III
1143 1196

Generation 3:
Adam De BRUS III Lord of Skelton
Birth 1143 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Death 1196 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Juetta Ivetta DE ARCHES
Birth 1137 in Newton Kyme, Yorkshire, England
Death 1206 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Issue of Adam and Juetta:
Isabel De Brus
1160 1230
Peter de Brus I
1170 1222

Generation 4:
Peter DE BRUS I Lord of Skelton
Birth 1170 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Death 12 Feb 1222 in Cleveland, Yorkshire, England
Married to :
Joan LE GRAMMAIRE
Birth 1160 in West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 1230 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Issue of Peter and Joan:
Peter II de Brus Lord of Skelton and Darby
1181 1241
Agnes De Brus
1192

Generation 5:
Peter DE BRUS II Lord of Skelton and Darby
Birth 1181 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Death 7 Sep 1241 in Marseilles, Bouches-du-Rhone, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
Married to:
Hawise DE LANCASTER
Birth 20 Jul 1189 in Kendal, Westmorland, England
Death 1226 in Kendal, Westmorland, England
Issue of Peter and Hawise:
Peter III de Brus
1221 1272
Joan de Brus
1225 1243

Generation 6:
Peter DE BRUS III Baron of Skelton
Birth 1221 in Skelton Castle, Yorkshire, England
Death 18 Sep 1272
Married to:
Hilaria DE MANLEY
Birth Apr 1220 in Runcorn, Cheshire, England
Death in England
Issue of Peter and Hilaria:
Laderana de Brus
1225 1264
Peter de Brus IV
1245 1272
Agnes de Brus
1247
Lucia de Brus
1249 1292
Margaret de Brus
1250
Hugh de Brus
1252

Generation 7:
Laderana DE BRUS
Birth 1225 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Death 1264 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
John DE BEAULIEU
Birth 1235 in Carlton Hall, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 1301 in Kirklington, Northamptonshire, England
Issue of Laderana and John:
Sybil de Beaulieu
1260 1314

Generation 8:
Sybil DE BEAUYLIEU
Birth 1260 in Yorkshire, England
Death 1314 in Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Baron Miles DE STAPLETON
Birth 1260 in Shropshire, England
Death 1314 in Battle of Bannockburn, England
Issue of Sybil and Miles:
Nicholas de Stapleton
1280 1343
Thomas DeStapleton
1281
Bryan DeStapleton
1282
Roger DeStapleton
1287 1314
Sir Miles DeStapleton
1290 1364
Johanna DeStapleton
1292 1327
Elizabeth DeStapleton
1295 1317
Sir Thomas DeStapleton
1296 1343
Gilbert de Stapleton Sir 2nd Baron
1297 1324
Emma DeStapleton
1298 1317
William DeStapleton
1300 1362

Generation 9:
Sir Baron Gilbert DE STAPLETON
Birth 1297 in North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 23 Jun 1324 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Lady Agnes FITZALAN
Birth 1298 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Death 3 Nov 1348 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Issue of Gilbert and Agnes:
Miles de Stapleton
1318 1364
Nicholas Stapleton
1320
Sir Bryan de Stapleton, Knight of the Garter
1322 1394
Katherine Stapleton
1324 1360
Avicia Stapleton
1326
John Stapleton
1327

Generation 10:
Sir Miles DE STAPLETON 1st Lord Ingham
Birth 1318 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Death 4 Dec 1364 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Married to:
Lady Joan INGHAM Baroness of Ingham
Birth 1320 in Ellesmere, Shropshire, England
Death 1344 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Issue of Miles and Joan:
Miles Stapleton
1357 1419

Generation 11:
Sir Miles De Stapleton Knight and 2nd Lord of Ingham
Birth 23 Jun 1357 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Death 10 Apr 1419 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Married to:
Eva UFFORD
Birth 1360 in Suffolk, England
Death 1400 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Issue of Miles and Eva:
Brian Stapleton Sheriff of Norfolk
1379 1438

Generation 12:
Brian STAPLETON Sheriff of Norfolk
Birth 1379 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Death 17 Aug 1438 in Ingham Priory, Norfolk, England
Married to:
Cecily BARDOFF
Birth 1371 in Birling, Sussex, England
Death 29 Sep 1432 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
Issue of Brian and Cecily:
Miles Stapelton Sir Knight
1400 1466

Generation 13:
Sir Knight Miles Stapleton
Birth About 1400 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Death 1 Oct 1466 in Ingham, Norfolk, England
Married to:
Catherine DE LAPOLE
Birth 1416 in Cotton, Suffolk, England
Death 13 Oct 1489 in Rowley Abbey, Staffordshire, England
Issue of Miles and Catherine:
Joan Stapelton
1423 1519
Mary Stapelton
1434 1504
Elizabeth Stapelton
1438 1504

Generation 14:
Joan STAPLETON
Birth 1423 in Yorkshire, England
Death 13 May 1519 in Hailes Abbey, Winchcombe, Goustershire, England
Married to:
Sir John HUDDLESTON
Birth 1440 in Millom, Cumberland, England
Death 1512 in Hailes Abbey, Winchcombe, Gloustershire, England
Issue of Joan and John:
Ann Huddleston
1452

Generation 15:
Ann HUDDLESTON
Birth 1452 in Millom, Cumberland, England
Death in France
Married to:
Sir Thomas Christianson CURWEN
Birth 1452 in Cumberland, England
Death 1522 in Cumberland, England
Issue of Ann and Thomas:
Alice Curwen
Christopher Curwen Sir
1472 1535
John Curwen
1489
Robert Giles Curwen Sir
1492 1531
Ellen Curwen
1502 1530
Edmund Curwen
1507

Generation 16:
Sir Christopher CURWEN Sheriff of Cumberland
Birth 1472 in Burneshead, Kendal, Westmoreland, England
Death 1535 in Cumberland, England
Married to:
Margaret BELLINGHAN
Birth 1478 in Burneshead, Kendal, Westmoreland, England
Death 1493 in Workington, Cumberland, England
Issue of Christopher and Margaret:
Thomas Christopher Curwen Sir
1485 1557

Generation 17:
Sir Thomas CURWEN Sheriff of Cumberland
Birth 1485 in Workington Hall, Cumberland, England
Death 1557 in Sibbertoft, Northamptonshire, England
Married to:
Agnes STRICKLAND Lady Workington Cumberland
Birth 1499 in Cumberland, England
Death 19 May 1557 in Syzergh Castle, England
Issue of Thomas and Agnes:
Joan Curwen
1532
William Curwen
1536
Lucy Curwen
1537 1553
Margaret Curwen
1539 1589
Henry Curwen
1540 1592
Agnes Curwen
1543
Mabel Curwen
1544
Thomas Curwen
1545 1544

Generation 18:
Margaret CURWEN Lady of Workington Hall Cumberland
Birth About 1539 in Workington Hall, Cumberland, England
Death 1589 in Furness, Lancashire, England
Married to:
Sir Thomas INGRAM of Stretten Staffordshire
Birth 1524 in Stretton, Staffordshire, England
Death 1573 in Penkridge, Staffordshire, England
Issue of Margaret and Thomas:
John Ingram
1554 1607

Generation 19:
John INGRAM
Birth 1554 in Penkridge, Shropshire, England
Death 3 Feb 1607 in Penkridge, Staffordshire, England
Married to:
Elizabeth PRESTON
Birth 1560 in Penkridge, Shropshire, England
Death 8 Aug 1602 in Penkridge, Staffordshire, England
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
John Ingram
1581 1650
Alice Ingram
1581
William Ingram
1586
Sampson Ingram
1592 1650

Generation 20:
John INGRAM
Birth 10 May 1581 in Penkridge, Staffordshire, England
Death 7 Jul 1650 in Sherriff Hales, Shropshire, England
Married to:
Isabell POOLE
Birth 1595 in Stretton, Cheshire, England
Death ??
Issue of John and Isabell
Abell Ingram
1615 1658
Robert Ingram
1626 1627
Thomas Ingram
1628
Mary Ingram
1628 1628

Generation 21:
Abell INGRAM
Birth 1615 in North Mundham, Sussex, England
Death 1658 in North Mundham, Sussex, England
Married to:
Miriam CHATFIELD
Birth 1615 in , Sussex, , England
Death 1639 in No, Sussex, , England
Issue of Abell and Miriam:
Isaac Ingram
1637 1639
Miriam Ingram
1642 1682

Generation 22:
Miriam INGRAM (The immigrant)
Birth 1642 in Catton, Sussex, , England
Death 26 Aug 1682 in Welcome, Charles, Maryland, United States
Married to:
Adam SHORT (The immigrant)
Birth Mar 25 1642 in Walberton Sussex England
Death 15 Apr 1674 in Pennsylvania United States
Issue of Miriam and Adam:
Ann Short
1661 1731
Miriam Short
1665 1709
Adam Short
1666 1748

Generation 23:
Ann SHORT (The immigrant)
Birth 1661 in Wirksworth Derbyshire England
Death Dec 9 1731 in Acton, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Married to:
Joel BAILY (The immigrant)
Birth 29 January 1658 in Bromhill, Wiltshire, England
Death Dec 10 1728 in Lancaster, Lancaster Pennsylvania
Issue of Ann and Joel:
Mary Baily
1688 1741
Ann Baily
1691 1774
Daniel Baily
1693 1783
Isaac Baily
1695 1732
Joel Baily
1697 1775
John Baily
1699 1775
Thomas Baily
1700 1764
Josiah Baily
1701 1783

Generation 24:
Joel BAILY
Birth 17 Dec 1697 in Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 19 Dec 1775 in West Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Married to:
Elizabeth MARSHALL
Birth May 6 1732 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Oct 28 1797 in West Bradford, Chester, Pennsylvania
Issue of Joel and Eliazabeth:
Abraham Baily Dr.
1760 1825
Hannah Baily
1763 1834
Emmor Baily
1767 1848
Jacob Baily
1770 1799
Rachel Baily
1774 1853

Generation 25:
Jacob BAILY
Birth 28 Mar 1770 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 15 Apr 1799 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United State
Married to:
Elizabeth WEBB
Birth 10 Sep 1773 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 24 Feb 1853 in Centreville, New Castle, DE, USA
Issue of Jacob and Elizabeth:
Mary Baily
1791 1815
Ezekiel Baily
1793 1858
Elizabeth Baily
1795 1846
Marshall Baily
1798 1820

Generation 26:
Elizabeth BAILY
Birth Mar 22 1795 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Sep 11 1846 in Champaign, Ohio, United States
Married to:
Ezra LANBORN
Birth Jul 7 1786 in Wilmington, Ohio, USA
Death Oct 17 1844 in Champaign, Ohio, United States
Issue of Elizabeth and Ezra:
Sarah Lamborn
1816 1816
Margaretta Lamborn
1817
Marshall B Lamborn
1819 1852
Rebecca Pearce Lamborn
1822 1903
Nathan Lamborn
1824
Ezekiel Lamborn
1828
Elizabeth Ann Lamborn
1832 1842

Generation 27:
Rebecca Pearce LAMBORN
Birth Jan 18 1822 in New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 13 Jul 1903 in Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States
Married to:
David Hale EDWARDS
Birth Sep 13 1815 in Marietta, Ohio, USA
Death jun 19 1888 in Belle Plaine, Benton, Iowa, United States
Issue of Rebecca and David:
Mary Elizabeth Edwards
1841 1845
Fidelia Adelaide Edwards
1843
Ezra L Edwards
1847 1847
David Hale Edwards
1848 1849
Margaretta "Rhettie" Edwards
1852 1942
Hamilton Bell Edwards
1857 1937
Mary Evalyn Edwards
1858 1950

Generation 28:
Mary Evalyn EDWARDS
Birth Nov 1 1858 in Iowa
Death 05 Jan 1950 in Lebanon, Oregon, USA
Married to:
Theodore Fred PRILL
Birth Jul 10 1850 in Dayton Ohio, USA
Death Jan 1 1941 in Casper, Wyoming, USA
Issue of Mary and Theodore:
Lewis Merton Prill
1882 1970
Margaretta Lula Prill
1887 1982
Charles Otis Prill
1894 1954
Mamie Veda Prill
1901 1998
Fred Laverne Prill
1904 1960

Generation 29:
Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA
Married to:
Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA

The MCKINNON Lineage

Generation 1:
Robert DE BRUS 1st Lord of Annandale
Birth 1071 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 11 May 1141 in Skelton in Cleveland, North Riding, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Agnes PAYNELL
Birth 1092 in Dudley, Staffordshire, England
Death After 1155
Issue of Robert and Agnes:
Adam De Brus II Lord of Skelton
1113 1143
Robert de Brus
1132 1189

Generation 2:
Robert DE BRUS The Cadet and 2nd Lord of Annandale
Birth abt 1132 in Annandale, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Death abt 1189 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Married to:
Euphemia DE AUMALE
Birth 1130 in Carrick, Scotland
Death 1165 in Annandale, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Euphemia:
William de Brus "The Lion - 3rd Lord Annandale"
1142 1212

Generation 3:
William DE BRUS The Lion and 3rd Lord of Annandale
Birth 1142 in Annandale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Death 16 Jul 1212 in Castle Annandale Dumfrieshire Scotland
Married to:
Beatrice Christina DE TEYDEN
Birth 1144 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 1170 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Issue of William and Beatrice:
Robert De Bruce 4th Lord of Annandale
1195 1245

Generation 4:
Robert DE BRUCE 4th Lord of Annandale
Birth 1195 in Annandale, Scotland
Death 1245 in Lochmaben, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Married to:
Isobel of Huntingdon
Birth 2 Nov 1226 in Gloucestershire, England
Death 10 May 1275 in Cleveland, Yorkshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Isabel:
William De Bruce
1248-
Robert de Bruce
1243 1304
Bernard De Bruce
1247 1264
Isabel De Bruce
1249

Generation 5:
Robert DE BRUS The Competitor and 5th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in of, Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cultram, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Isabella
Birth About 1200-
Death ??
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Robert de Bruce
1243 1304
Bernard De Bruce
1247 1264
William De Bruce
1248
Isabel De Bruce
1249
Richard De Bruce
1249 1287
Constance De Bruce
1251

Generation 6:
William DE BRUCE
Birth 1248 in Annandale, Dumfries-shire, Scotland
Death ??
Married to:
Elizabeth De SULLEY
Birth ??
Death ??
Issue of William and Elizabeth:
Richard De Bruce
1249 1287
Constance De Bruce
1251

Generation 5:
Robert DE BRUCE The Competitor and 5th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in of, Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cultram, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Isabella DE CLARE Lady of Gloucester and Hertford
Birth 8 Nov 1226 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England
Death 10 Jul 1264 in Cleveland, Yorkshire, Engl
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Bernard de Bruce
Richard de Bruce
William de Bruce
Robert de Bruce 6th Lord of Annandale
1243 1304
Isabel de Bruce
1249 1284
Constance de Bruce
1251

Generation 6:
Robert DE BRUCE6th Lord of Annandale
Birth Jul 1243 in Annandale, Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1304 in Holme, Cumberland, England
Married to:
Marjorie Countess of of Carrick
Birth 1256 in Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death 27 Oct 1292 in Carrick, Ayrshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Marjorie:
Christiana Bruce
1256
Mary Clarissa deBruce
1260
Isabel DeBrus
1272 1358
Christina deBruce
1273 1357
Robert I De Brus
1274 1329
Edward de Bruce
1276 1318
Margaret De Bruce
1276
Neil de Bruce
1279 1306
Alexander de Bruce
1285 1307
Elizabeth de Bruce
1286
Matilda Margery de Bruce
1287

Generation 7:
Robert I DE BRUS
Birth 11 Jul 1274 in Turnberry Castle, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 7 Jun 1329 in Cardross, Dunbartonshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Isabella MAR
Birth 1278 in Kildrummy, Aberdeenshire, , Scotland
Death 1320 in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, , Scotland
Issue of Robert and Isabella:
Robert De Brus Sir
1216 1295
Nigel de Bruce of Carrick
1279
Matilda (Maud) de Bruce
1304 1353
Marjorie de Bruce
1306 1316
Christina De Brus of Carrick
1312
Margaret De Brus
1312 1346
Elizabeth De Brus
1314
Walter De Brus
1318
David De Brus II
1324 1371
John De Brus
1327
Margaret De Brus
1327

Generation 8:
Marjorie DE BRUCE
Birth 1306
Death 19 Mar 1316
Married to:
Walter (6th High Steward of Scotland) STEWART
Birth 1292 in Dundonald Kyle Argyll Scotland
Death Apr 9 1326 in Bathgate Castle Scoitland
Issue of Marjorie and Walter:
Robert Stewart II, King of Scotland
1316 1390

Generation 9:
Robert STEWART II, King of Scotland
Birth 2 Mar 1316 in Rosyth Castle, Scotland
Death 19 Apr 1390 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Elizabeth MURE of Rowallan
Birth May 1355 in Rowallon Castle Scotland
Death Abt 1409 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Issue of Robert and Elizabeth:
Katherine Stewart
Margaret Stewart
Isabella Stewart
1336
John Stewart Earl of Carrick
1337 1406
Robert III (King of Scotland) Stewart
1337 1406
Walter Stewart
1338 1363
Robert Stewart 1st Duke of Albany
1339 1420
Elizabeth Stewart
1346 1389
Alexander Stewart 1st Earl of Buchan
1350 1405
Johanna Stewart
1350 1404
Marjory Stewart
1388 1432

Robert II of Scotland
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert II

King of Scots
Reign 22 February 1371 19 April 1390
Coronation 26 March 1371
Predecessor David II
Successor Robert III
Earl of Strathearn
Title held 1357-1390
Spouse Elizabeth Mure
Euphemia de Ross

Robert II (2 March 1316 19 April 1390) became King of Scots in 1371 as the first monarch of the House of Stewart. He was the son of Walter Stewart, hereditary High Steward of Scotland and of Marjorie Bruce, daughter of Robert I and of his first wife Isabella of Mar. (The marriage of princess Marjorie took place in 1315, making Robert's probable birth date early in 1316.)
Robert I had made his brother Edward his heir ahead of Marjorie, but following Edward's death without issue on 3 December 1318 at the Battle of Dundalk in Ireland, Robert Stewart became heir presumptive to his grandfather. His mother Marjorie died in 1317 following a fall from a horse. Robert Stewart's rights as heir to the throne lapsed on the birth of a son, afterwards David II, to Robert I and his second wife Elizabeth de Burgh on 5 March 1324.
Robert Stewart became High Steward following his father's death on 9 April 1326, and the parliament held in July 1326 confirmed him as heir presumptive should Prince David die without issue. In 1329 Robert I died and the six year-old David succeeded him on the throne. Sir Thomas Randolph, earl of Moray became the designated Guardian of Scotland, and the young Steward passed into the care of his uncle Sir James Stewart of Durrisdeer.
Edward Balliol, son of King John Balliol, assisted by English and Scottish nobles disinherited by Robert I, invaded Scotland and he and his supporters inflicted heavy defeats on the Bruce party at Dupplin Moor on 11 August 1332 and at Halidon Hill on 10 July 1333. The Steward fought at Halidon, where his uncle, Sir James Stewart, was killed. Following this battle, Balliol provided his supporter David Strathbogie, the titular earl of Atholl, with the Steward's lands and estates in the west, forcing Robert to escape to the fortress of Dumbarton Castle on the Clyde estuary, which also sheltered David II. In May 1334 David II escaped to France - leaving the Steward and John Randolph, earl of Moray as joint guardians of the kingdom. The Steward succeeded in regaining his lands, but his relationship with Randolph disintegrated. Randolph was taken prisoner by the English in July 1335 and in September the Steward's possessions were once again targeted by Edward III's forces. This may have caused the Steward to submit to Edward Balliol and the English kinghe certainly was no longer guardian of the kingdom by September 1335. Robert who had lost his position to Sir Andrew Murray of Bothwell, was once again guardian following Murray's death in 1338 and retained the office until David II returned from France in June 1341. The Steward accompanied David II into battle at Neville's Cross on 17 October 1346 but he and Patrick Dunbar, earl of March escaped or fled the field while David was taken prisoner.
The Steward married Elizabeth Mure c.1348, legitimising his four sons and five daughters. His subsequent marriage to Euphemia de Ross in 1355 produced two sons and two surviving daughters and became the basis of a dispute as to the line of succession.
Robert joined a rebellion against David in 1363, but submitted to him under threat that any further defiance would mean the end of his rights in the line of succession. In 1364 the Scots Parliament dismissed David's proposal to write off the remaining amounts due to England under the terms of his ransom in return for naming a Plantagenet as his heir should he remain childless. On David's unexpected death in 1371, Robert succeeded to the throne at the age of 55. The English still controlled large sectors in the Lothians and in the border country. Robert II allowed his southern earls to engage in conflicts in the English zones to regain their territories, halted trade with England and renewed treaties with France. By 1384 the Scots had re-taken most of the foreign-occupied lands, but following an Anglo-French truce, Robert proved reluctant to commit Scotland to all-out war and obtained inclusion in the peace talks being conducted by England and France. Following a palace coup in 1384 he lost control of the country, first to his eldest son, John, Earl of Carrick, afterwards King Robert III, and then from 1388 to John's younger brother, Robert, Earl of Fife, afterwards 1st Duke of Albany. Robert II died in Dundonald Castle in 1390 and lies buried at Scone Abbey.

Generation 10:
Robert STEWART III, King of Scotland
Birth 1337 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 4 Apr 1406 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Annabelle DRUMMOND
Birth 1350 in Perth, Perthshire, , Scotland
Death Oct 1401 in Perth, Perthshire, , Scotland
Issue of Robert and Annabelle:
Robert Stewart Died in infamcy
Margaret Stewart
1370 1456
David Stewart Duke of Rothesay
1378 1402
Mary Stewart Princess of Scotland
1380 1458
Elizabeth Stewart
1387 1411
Egida Stewart
1390 1431
James I Stewart King of Scots
1394 1437
Robert III of Scotland
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert III

King of Scots
Reign 1390 4 April 1406

Robert III (c. 1337April 1406) was King of Scots from 1390 to his death. His given name was John Stewart, and he was known primarily as the Earl of Carrick before ascending the throne at age 53. He was the eldest son of Robert II and Elizabeth Mure and was legitimated with the marriage of his parents in 1347.
John joined his father and other magnates in a rebellion against his grand-uncle, David II early in 1363 but submitted to him soon afterwards. He married Anabella Drummond, daughter of Sir John Drummond of Stobhall before 31 May 1367 when the Steward ceded to him the earldom of Atholl. In 1368 David created him Earl of Carrick. His father became king in 1371 after the unexpected death of the childless King David. In the succeeding years Carrick was influential in the government of the kingdom but became progressively more impatient at his father's longevity. In 1384 Carrick was appointed the king's lieutenant after having influenced the general council to remove Robert II from direct rule. Carrick's administration saw a renewal of the conflict with England. In 1388 the Scots defeated the English at the Battle of Otterburn where the Scots' commander, James, Earl of Douglas, was killed. By this time Carrick had been badly injured by a horse-kick but the loss of his powerful ally, Douglas, saw a turnaround in magnate support in favour of his younger brother Robert, Earl of Fife and in December 1388 the council transferred the lieutenancy to Fife.
In 1390, Robert II died and Carrick ascended the throne as Robert III but without authority to rule directly. Fife continued as lieutenant until February 1393 when power was returned to the king in conjunction with his son David. At a council in 1399 owing to the king's 'sickness of his person', David, now Duke of Rothesay, became lieutenant of the kingdom in his own right but supervised by a special parliamentary group dominated by Fife, now styled Duke of Albany. After this, Robert III withdrew to his lands in the west and for a time played little or no part in affairs of state. He was powerless to interfere when a dispute between Albany and Rothesay arose in 1401 which led to Rothesay's arrest and imprisonment at Albany's Falkland Castle where Rothesay died in March 1402. The general council absolved Albany from blame and reappointed him as lieutenant. The only impediment now remaining to an Albany Stewart monarchy was the king's only surviving son, James, Earl of Carrick. In February 1406 the 11 year-old James and a powerful group of followers clashed with Albany's Douglas allies resulting in the death of the king's counsellor Sir David Fleming of Cumbernauld. James escaped to the Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth accompanied by Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney and remained there for a month before boarding a ship bound for France. The vessel was intercepted near Flamborough Head and James became the prisoner of Henry IV of England and would remain captive for the next 18 years. Robert III died in Rothesay Castle on 4 April 1406 shortly after learning of his son's imprisonment and was buried at Paisley Abbe.

Generation 11:
Mary STEWART Princess of Scotland
Birth 1380 in Dunfermline, Fife, , Scotland
Death Sept 1458 in Strathblane, Stirlingshire, , Scotland
Married to:
James KENNEDY Sir
Birth 1376 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 8 Nov 1408 in Dunure, , , Scotland
Issue of Mary and James:
Gilbert Kennedy 1st Lord of Kennedy
1396 1478
Mary Kennedy
1405 1430
John Kennedy
1407 1434
James Kennedy
1408 1465

Generation 12:
Gilbert KENNEDY 1st Lord of Kennedy
Birth 1396 in Maybole Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 6 Mar 1478 in Maybole Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Married to:
Catherine MAXWELL
Birth 1408 in Linlithgow, Scotland
Death 1484 in Dunure Ayrshire Scotland
Issue of Gilbert and Catherine:
John Kennedy 2nd Lord of Kennedy
1436 1508

Generation 13:
John KENNEDY 2nd Lord of Kennedy
Birth 12 Oct 1436 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Death 24 Jul 1508 in Maybole, Ayrshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Elizabeth SETON Lady
Birth 1444 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Death 17 Apr 1500 in Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Mary Margaret Kennedy
1510
Alexander Kennedy of Girvinmains
1462 1578
Elizabeth Kennedy
1473 1573
Janet Kennedy Mistress
1483 154

Generation 14:
Mary Margaret KENNEDY
Birth in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 1510 in Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Married to:
Patrick VANS Sir
Birth 1469 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death 1528 in Barnbarrock, Scotland
Issue of Mary and Patrick:
Alexander Vans
1480
John Vans
1480 1547
Patrick Vans
1543

Generation 15:
Alexander VANS
Birth About 1480 in Barnbarroch,Wigtown,,Scotland
Death in Barnbarrock,,,Scotland
Married to:
Jannett KENNEDY
Birth About 1480 in Scotland
Death ??
Issue of Alexander and Jannett:
John Vans Sir
1510 1547

Generation 16:
John VANS Sir
Birth 1510 in Barnbarrach, , , Scotland
Death 1547 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Married to:
Janet MCCULLOCH Of Myrtown
1507 1561
Issue of John and Janet:
Patrick Vans Sir
1550 1568

Generation 17:
Patrick VANS Sir
Birth 1550 in Lybrack, , , Ireland
Death 1568
Married to:
Catherine KENNEDY Lady
Birth 1543 in Culzean Castle, Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death 1593 in Ireland
Issue of Patrick and Catherine:
John Vans Sir
1575 1642

Generation 18:
John VANS Sir
Birth 1575 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Death 1642 in , , , Ireland
Married to:
Margaret MCDOWALL Of Gartland
Birth 1580 in Wigtown, Wigtownshire, , Scotland
Death 1659 in , , , Ireland
Issue of John and Margaret:
Patrick Vans Sir
1589 1673
Andrew Vans
1591 1661
John Vans Rector of Kilmacreenan
1593 1662
John Vans
1596 1662
Florence Vans
1599 1641
Joseph Vans
1616 1642
Lancelot Francis Vans
1620 1680

Generation 19:
John VANS Rector of Kilmacreenan
Birth 1593 in Barnbarroch, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death 1662 in Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Married to:
Elizabeth SHAW
Birth Abt 1570 in Cough Ireland
Death 1662 in Hingham, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Lancelot Vans Doctor
1630 1688

Generation 20:
Lancelot VANS Doctor
Birth 1630 in Tyrone, Tyrone, , Ireland
Death 1688 in Londonderry, Londonderry, , Ireland
Married to:
Euphemia BAINEY
Birth 1630 in Londonderry,,,Ireland
Death 1690 in ,,,Ireland
Issue of Lancelot and Euphemia:
Margaret Vance
1648
John Vance
1650 1710
Sarah Vance
1653
Alexander Vance
1659
Andrew Vance
1660 1754
Elizabeth Vance
1663

Generation 21:
John VANCE
Birth 1650 in Coagh,Tyrone,,Ireland
Death 1710 in ,,,Ireland
Married to:
Mary WILLIAMSON
Birth 1646 in Antrim, Ireland
Death 1710 in Ireland
Issue of John and Mary:
Andrew Vance
1666 1740

Generation 22:(The Immigrant:)
Andrew VANCE
Birth 1666 in County Tyrone, Ireland
Death 1740 in Frederick, Virginia, USA
Married to:
Jane HOGE (The Immigrant)
Birth 1660 in Ireland
Death 1730 in Frederick Virginia
Issue of Andrew and Jane:
Rebecca Vance
Samuel Vance
1692 1778
John Sr. Vance
1693 1760
Andrew II Vance
1695
Robert Vance
1698 1760
Ann Vance
1700 1770
James Vance
1700
David Vance
1712
Alexander Vance
1714 1756
William Vance
1718 1788

Generation 23:
John Sr. VANCE
Birth 1693 in Frederick, Virginia, United States
Death 7 Oct 1760 in Frederick, Virginia, United States
Married to:
Elizabeth COLVILLE
Birth 1700 in Frederick Virginia USA
Death 1760
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Elizabeth Vance
1722
Hannah Vance
1732 1817
Alexander Vance
1732 1810
John Jr. Vance
1770 1834

Generation 24:
Hannah VANCE
Birth 11 Apr 1732 in Valley of the Shenendoah Virginia USA
Death 1817 in New Haven, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Married to:
William CRAWFORD Colonel
Birth 2 Sep 1722 in Berkeley County, Virginia, USA
Death 11 Jun 1782 in Tymochtee Cr, Wyandotte, Ohio, USA
Ann Crawford
1743 1783
John Vance Crawford
1744 1816
Sarah Sally Crawford
1748 1838
Orphelia Effie Crawford
1751 1821
Nancy Crawford
1767 1842

William Crawford (soldier)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other people of the same name, see William Crawford (disambiguation).

From Wikipedia
Colonel William Crawford
William Crawford (1732 11 June 1782) was an American soldier and surveyor who worked as a western land agent for George Washington. Crawford fought in the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War. He was tortured and burned at the stake by American Indians in retaliation for the Gnadenhutten massacre, a notorious incident near the end of the American Revolution.

In 1732, Crawford was born in Orange County, Virginia, at a location which is now in Berkeley County, West Virginia.[1] He was a son of William Crawford and his wife Honora Grimes,[2] who were Scots-Irish farmers. After his father's death in 1736, his mother married Richard Stephenson. Crawford had a younger brother, Valentine Crawford, plus five half-brothers and one half-sister from his mother's second marriage.[3]
In 1749, Col. William Crawford became acquainted with George Washington, then a young surveyor the same age as Crawford. He accompanied Washington on surveying trips and learned the trade. In 1755, Crawford served in the Braddock expedition with the rank of ensign. Like Washington, he survived the disastrous Battle of the Monongahela. During the French and Indian War, he served in Washington's Virginia Regiment, guarding the Virginia frontier against Native American raiding parties. In 1758, Crawford was a member of General John Forbes's army which captured Fort Duquesne, where Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania now stands. He continued to serve in the military, taking part in Pontiac's War in 1763.
In 1765 Crawford built a cabin on the Braddock Road along the Youghiogheny River in what is now Connellsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. His wife and three children joined him there the following year. Crawford supported himself as a farmer and fur trader. When the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix with the Iroquois opened up additional land for settlement, Crawford worked again as a surveyor, locating lands for settlers and speculators. Governor Robert Dinwiddie had promised bounty land to the men of the Washington's Virginia Regiment for their service in the French and Indian War. In 1770 Crawford and Washington travelled down the Ohio River to choose the land to be given to the regiment's veterans. The area selected was near what is now Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Crawford also made a western scouting trip in 1773 with Lord Dunmore, Governor of Virginia. Washington could not accompany them because of the sudden death of his stepdaughter.[4]
At the outbreak of Dunmore's War in 1774, Crawford received a major's commission from Lord Dunmore. He built Fort Fincastle at present Wheeling, West Virginia.[5] He also led an expedition which destroyed two Mingo villages (near present Steubenville, Ohio) in retaliation for Chief Logan's raids into Virginia.[6] During the expedition, Crawford's men rescued two captives held by American Indians, killing six and capturing 14 Indians.[2]
Crawford's service to Virginia in Dumore's War was controversial in Pennsylvania, since the colonies were engaged in a bitter dispute over their borders near Fort Pitt. Crawford had been a justice of the peace in Pennsylvania since 1771, first for Bedford County, then for Westmoreland County when it was established in 1773. Arthur St. Clair, another Pennsylvania official, called for Crawford to be removed from his office, which was done in January 1775. Beginning in 1776, Crawford served as a surveyor and justice for Virginia's short-lived Yohogania County.[7]
[edit]American Revolution

When the American Revolutionary War began, Crawford recruited a regiment for the Virginia Line of the Continental Army. On 11 October 1776, the Continental Congress appointed him colonel of the 7th Virginia Regiment. Crawford led his regiment in the Battle of Long Island and the retreat across New Jersey. He crossed the Delaware with Washington and fought at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. During the Philadelphia campaign, he commanded a scouting detachment for Washington's army.[8]
After the war on the western frontier intensified in 1777, Crawford was transferred to the Western Department of the Continental Army. He served at Fort Pitt under Generals Edward Hand and Lachlan McIntosh. Crawford was present at the Treaty of Fort Pitt in 1778, and helped to build Fort Laurens and Fort McIntosh that year. Resources were scarce on the frontier, however, and Fort Laurens was abandoned in 1779. In 1780, Crawford visited Congress to appeal for more funds for the western frontier. In 1781, he retired from military service.


The Ohio Historical Society's marker at the Colonel Crawford Burn Site Monument in Wyandot County, Ohio.
[edit]Crawford expedition
Main article: Crawford expedition
In 1782, General William Irvine persuaded Crawford to come out of retirement and lead an expedition against enemy Indian villages along the Sandusky River. Before leaving, on 16 May he made out his will and testament.[9] His son John Crawford, his son-in-law William Harrison, and his nephew and namesake William Crawford also joined the expedition.


Execution of Crawford
After his election as commander of the expedition, Crawford led about 500 volunteers deep into American Indian territory with the hope of surprising them. However, the Indians and their British allies at Detroit had learned about the expedition in advance, and brought about 440 men to the Sandusky to oppose the Americans. After a day of indecisive fighting, the Americans found themselves surrounded. During a confused retreat, Crawford and dozens of his men were captured. The Indians executed many of them in retaliation for the Gnadenhtten massacre earlier in the year, in which about 100 peaceful Christian Indian men, women, and children had been murdered by Pennsylvania militiamen. Crawford's execution was brutal; he was tortured for at least two hours before he was burned at the stake. His nephew and son-in-law were also captured and executed. The war ended shortly thereafter, but Crawford's horrific execution was widely publicized in the United States, worsening the already strained relationship between Native Americans and European Americans.
Crawfords torture and execution by the Indians is described in graphic detail by Allan W. Eckert in The Frontiersman.

Generation 25:
Sarah Sally CRAWFORD
Birth About 1748 in Fayette Co. Pa. USA
Death Nov 10 1838 in Fayette Co Pennsylvania
Married to:
William HARRISON Captain
Birth About 1740 in Orange Virginia USA
Death Jan 11 1782 in Sandusky Erie Ohio USA (Killed alongside his father in law William Crawford)
Issue of Sarah and William:
Sally Harrison
1766
Nancy Harrison
1772 1856
Harriet Harrison
1772
Battle Harrison
1776
John Harrison
1778 1850
Mary Polly Harrison
1780

Generation 26:
Nancy HARRISON
Birth Dec 30 1772 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 6 Dec 1856 in Moore Twp.Logan, Ohio, United States
Married to:
Daniel MCKINNON
Birth Apr 9 1767 in Fayette City, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 25 Aug 1837 in Moorefield, Clark, Ohio, United States
Issue of Nancy and Daniel:
William Harrison "Judge" McKinnon
1789 1861
Daniel McKinnon
1791 1864
Theophelus McKinnon
1795
John Benjamin McKinnon
1796 1850
Catherine "Katie" McKinnon
1797 1849
Uriah McKinnon
1797 1849
Josiah McKinnon
1804 1837
Sarah McKinnon
1806 1894
Thomas Dillow McKinnon
1809 1882

Generation 27:
Thomas Dillow MCKINNON
Birth 1809 in Boone County Kentucky, USA
Death 28 Oct 1882 in Lowell,Iowa
Married to:
Elizabeth SMITH
Birth Feb 5 1814 in ,Washington,Virginia,USA
Death May 1880 in Lee, Virginia
Issue of Thomas and Elizabeth:
Mary McKinnon
Theophalis Addison McKinnon
1834 1907
Thomas Jefferson McKinnon
1835 1904
Robert Jackson, SR. McKinnon
1837 1920
Josephine McKinnon
1838 1918
Daniel S McKinnon
1840 1914
James Monroe McKinnon
1844 1925
Isabella McKinnon
1846 1937
Ann Eliza McKinnon
1849 1918
John Quincy McKinnon
1850 1931
Lillian Sarah McKinnon
1852
William A McKinnon
1855
Baby Girl McKinnon
1856
Stephen Samuel McKinnon
1859 1905
Turtullus McKinnon
1859

Generation 28:
Robert Jackson, SR. MCKINNON
Birth Jan 22 1837 in Indiana, United States
Death 13 Apr 1920 in Harney, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:
Emily Harriet LONG
Birth 24 Mar 1843 in Indiana, United States
Death 18 Jul 1911 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Emily:
John E McKinnon
1859
Ida May McKinnon
1861 1950
Robert Jackson Jr, McKinnon
1863 1932
Andrew Johnson McKinnon
1866 1903
Lucy Jane McKinnon
1868 1957
Belle Dora McKinnon
1870
Harriet E McKinnon
1871 1871
Thomas Daniel McKinnon
1872 1948
Emma Alice McKinnon
1875
Elsie Ollie McKinnon
1876
William E McKinnon
1883 1898
Essie Geneva McKinnon
1897

Generation 28:
Robert Jackson Jr, MCKINNON
Birth 12 Sep 1863 in Iowa
Death 3 Nov 1932 in Burns, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:
Laura Ann GALLOWAY
Birth Mar 15 1868 in Elk City Benton Oregon USA
Death Jun 21 1915 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Laura:
Clarence Roy McKinnon
1889 1959
Eula Lea McKinnon
1891 1973
Ralph Earl McKinnon
1898 1961
Gladys Delta McKinnon
1900
Otho Walter McKinnon
1903 1975
Cleo Addison McKinnon
1909
Leo Addis McKinnon
1909

Generation 29:
Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Married to:
Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA

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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GALLOWAY Roots: The Oregon Trail of 1864/65

GALLOWAY, FERRELL, AKERS, SCOTT, MCCUTCHEON and KUTCH Lineage

In 1864 a wagon train of about seven prairie schooners departed from Indiana and Iowa bound for Oregon. Little information remains about the trip. This train was made up of family members, to the degree that everyone was related if only through marriage. I have a vested interest in this wagon train since my great grandparents (John Thomas GALLOWAY and Elizabeth Jane ADAMS) were members of the train. In a general sense we know a great deal about all those pioneers who gave up virtually all of their earthly belongings and family ties to find a better life in the fertile Willamette Valley of Oregon. Through the Homestead Act of the Lincoln administration petitioners could gain access to 160 acres of land. This journal will be my best reconstruction of members and significant events on the trail. Before going further it is necessary to give credit where credit is due. Bob and Maggie Mahan have been an important resource for this journal. Without their help this journal would have had some serious exclusions. Following is a general description of The Oregon Trail:

From: http://www.legendsofamerica.com/we-oregontrail.html Oregon Trail-Pathway to the West

The Oregon Trail became one of the key migration routes that pioneers crossed on their way to the vast west. Spanning over half the continent the trail proceeded over 2,170 miles west through territories that would later become Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon. The long journey through endless plains, rolling hills, and mountain passes, began in Independence, Missouri and ended at the Columbia River in Oregon.

The route of the Oregon Trail began to be scouted as early as 1823 by fur traders and explorers. By the 1830s, it was used regularly by mountain men, traders, missionaries, and military expeditions.
At the same time, small groups of individuals and the occasional family attempted to follow the trail, with some succeeding in arriving at Fort Vancouver in Washington.

On May 16, 1842 the first organized wagon train on the Oregon Trail set out from Elm Grove, Missouri, with more than 100 pioneers. The following year, an estimated 800 immigrants arrived in the Willamette Valley. Hundreds of thousands more would follow, especially after gold was discovered in California in 1849.

While the first few parties organized and departed from Elm Grove, Missouri, the Oregon Trail's generally designated starting point was Independence or Westport, Missouri. The trail ended at Oregon City, Oregon, which was the proposed capital of the Oregon Territory at the time. However, many settlers branched off or grew exhausted short of this goal and settled at convenient or promising locations along the way.

At many places along the trail, alternate routes called "cutoffs" were established, either to shorten the trail, or to get around difficult terrain. The Lander and Sublette cutoffs provided shorter routes through the mountains than the main route, bypassing Fort Bridger, Wyoming. In later years, the Salt Lake cutoff provided a route to Salt Lake City.

The Oregon Trail was too long and arduous for the standard Conestoga wagons used in the eastern U.S. for most freight transport. These big wagons had a reputation for killing their oxen teams approximately two thirds along the trail and leaving their unfortunate owners stranded in desolate, isolated territory. The only solution was to abandon all belongings and traipse onward with the supplies and tools that could be carried or dragged. In one case in 1846, the Donner Party, en route to California, was stranded in the Sierra Nevada in November and had to resort to cannibalism to survive.

This led to the rapid development of the prairie schooner. Though this wagon looked similar, it was approximately half the size of the big Conestogas and also manufactured in quantity by the Conestoga Brothers. It was designed for the conditions and was a marvel of engineering in its time.

Pioneers on the Oregon Trail followed various rivers and used landmarks along the trail to guide their way and gauge their progress. Within Nebraska, the Oregon Trail followed the Platte River and then the North Platte River into Wyoming. Along this part of the journey, the Great Plains started giving way to bluffs and hills that were the precursor of the Rocky Mountains. After crossing the Rockies through South Pass, the trail followed the Snake River to the Columbia River. From there, emigrants had the option of either rafting down the Columbia to Fort Vancouver, or taking the Barlow Road to the Willamette Valley and other destinations in what are now the states of Washington and Oregon.

Many rock formations became famous landmarks that Oregon Trail pioneers used to navigate, as well as leave messages for pioneers following behind them.

Back to our little family wagon train of 1864. Most likely our family train began as two smaller trains. Our family groups had origins in Iowa and Indiana as provided by the 1860 census reports and birth records. The pioneers from Indiana were:

1.Clemmons Green SCOTT and his wife Mahala Ann MCCUTCHEON
2.John Thomas GALLOWAY, his wife Elizabeth Jane ADAMS and their daughter Elizabeth Jane (Lizzy) GALLOWAY
3.John MCCUTCHEON and wife Mary Isabel AKERS and children Samuel Marion, Cyrus Belle, James Thornton, Elizabeth Ellen and Elia Ann

The pioneers from Iowa were:
1.Michael GALLOWAY, his wife Mathena Ann FERRELL and their daughter Mahala GALLOWAY
2.William Eldon MCCUTCHEON, his wife Elizabeth GALLOWAY, William's sons William Eldon Jr. and James Fulton
3.William T KUTCH and wife Hannah Mary MCCUTCHEON
4.John Jackson GALLOWAY Jr., his wife Mary Elizabeth (Betty) AKERS, and children Hannah Mary and James Sherman
5.Samuel MCCUTCHEON his wife Charlotte (surname unknown) and their sons James, Hiram Morris and John

It is not clear whether the family units from Indiana and Iowa were the foundation for the prairie schooner make ups that proceeded to Oregon. William Eldon MCCUTCHEON was 73 years old when the group headed west. It is more likely William Eldon MCCUTCHEON Sr., his wife Elizabeth Galloway and his sons William Eldon Jr. and James Fulton traveled in a different wagon. The most likely arrangement would have been for William Eldon Sr., his wife Elizabeth, his sons William Eldon Jr. and James to travel with William Eldson's daughter Hannah Mary MCCUTCHEON and her husband William T KUTCH.

An even more perplexing problem was the family of John MCCUTCHEON, his wife Mary Isabel AKERS and their five children. Could they all survive in one small schooner? The childrn ranged in ages 2 through 13. The healthy members of the train probably walked. Most historians point out the misery of riding in the wagons over rough terrain.

At the risk of being wrong I have assembled the wagon train members as follows:

Wagon 1.Clemmons Green SCOTT, his wife Mahala Ann MCCUTCHEON, Mahala's father William Eldon MCCUTCHEON Sr., her stepmother Elizabeth GALLOWAY, brothers William Eldon MCCUTCHEON Jr. and James Fulton MCCUTHEON
Wagon 2.Michael GALLOWAY, his wife Mathena Ann FERRELL and their daughter Mahala GALLOWAY
Wagon 3.John Thomas GALLOWAY, his wife Elizabeth Jane ADAMS and their daughter Elizabeth Jane (LIZZY) GALLOWAY
Wagon 4.John MCCUTCHEON his wife Mary Isabel AKERS and their children Samuel Marion, Cyrus Bell, James Thornton, Elizabeth Ellen and Elia Ann.
Wagon 5. Samuel MCCUTCHEON, his wife Charlotte (surname unknown), their sons James, Hiram Morris, and John
Wagon 6. William T KUTCH his wife Hannah Mary MCCUTCHEON
Wagon 7. John Jackson Galloway Jr., his wife Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Adkins, their children Hannah Mary and James Sherman

Out of this assemblage of 29 people there are a group of walkers. As we said earlier, walking was often preferable to riding in a bouncing prairie schooner. The first person listed in the wagon was probably the driver. My list of probable walkers:
1.Mahala Ann MCCUTCHEON
2.William Eldon MCCUTCHEON Jr.
3.James Fulton MCCUTCHEON
4.Mathena Ann FERRELL
5.Mahala GALLOWAY
6.Elizabeth Jane ADAMS (She would have walked close to her own wagon because of her infant daughter)
7.Mary Isabel AKERS (She would have walked close to her own wagon because of her infant daugters)
8.Samuel Marion MCCUTCHEON
9.Cyrus Bell MCCUTCHEON
10.James Thornton MCCUTCHEON (A sometimes walker, he was only six years old)
11.Charlotte ? (She would have walked close to her own wagon because of her infant son)
12.James MCCUTCHEON

Hannah Mary MCCUTCHEON might have been a part time walker. She was pregnant with her first born son. All people unmentioned as walkers or drivers probably rode in the schooners for the most part.

James Sherman Galloway was a very small infant on the Oregon Trail, he took his first wobbly steps on the trail.

Sometimes we tend to underestimate the problems these people encountered. A number of rivers such as the Kansas, South Platte, North Platte, Snake and the mighty Columbia had to be crossed. The Blue Mts and Cascades of Oregon had to be traversed. These obstacles were hard on humans, beasts and equipment.

TRAGEDY ON THE TRAIL-Crossing The South Platte River
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The following is an excerpt from http://www.nps.gov/oreg/planyourvisit/site5.htm
California Hill/Upper Crossing of the South Platte River - Brule, Nebraska

Near North Platte Nebraska, the Platte River splits into two major forks, with the South Platte running generally southwest towards Denver and the North Platte heading northwest towards Fort Laramie. Sooner or later, the emigrants were forced to cross the South Platte in order to reach and follow the North Platte towards South Pass.

Several crossing sites were used, but the Upper Crossing was the most important because it led directly to Ash Hollow, the best approach to the North Platte River. California Hill, encountered immediately after crossing the South Platte, was the first major grade faced by the emigrants. This necessitated a climb of 240 feet in just over 1 miles in order to reach the plateau between the North and South Platte Rivers. Imposing trail ruts are still plainly visible most of the way up the hill.

The Nebraska State Historical Society, who owns the resource, invites you to get out of your car and walk in the footsteps of the pioneers. The panoramic views back toward California Crossing are spectacular.

Returning to our wagon train, the date is probably July 14 1864. Our train is running behind time. The goal is to reach Independence Rock in Wyoming by July 4. They are about 200 miles from Independence Rock. At this date tragedy hits our little train. John MCCUTCHEON drowned while crossing the river. We know very little more. We assume he was driving his own schooner.

We don't know whether John MCCUTCHEON always planned to go to California or if his widow changed her mind after John's death. At any rate, near present Fort Bridger Wyoming Mary Isabel AKERS and her followers say good bye to the other pioneers and take The California cut-off. And yes, she traveled the same route as the ill-fated Donner party. What a strong woman she was. Those that went with Mary Isabel AKERS were her five children, Samuel Marion MCCUTCHEON, Cyrus Bell MCCUTCHEON, James Thornton MCCUTCHEON, Elizabeth Ellen MCCUTCHEON and Alia Ann MCCUTCHEON.

Our wagon train moves on again through South Pass Wyoming, a gentle incline through the continental divide. Where as all rivers have generally traveled in an easterly direction, from now on they will travel in a westerly direction. In present day Idaho the party joins the Snake River and follows it to the present day Oregon border. Following is a description from http://www.stateparks.com/three_island_crossing.html

Three Island Crossing State Park is located on the Snake River at Glenns Ferry. It is home to The Oregon Trail History and Education Center where visitors can learn about pioneer emigrants and Native American history.

Oregon Trail pioneers knew this spot well. It was one of the most famous river crossings on the historic trail. Pioneer travelers used the three-island crossing until 1869, when Gus Glenn constructed a ferry about two miles upstream. The Glenns Ferry community sponsors a crossing commemoration the second Saturday of each August. Events often include living history presentations and historic skills fair.

From this point the trail follows gentle hills through a semi desert area. As the party moves west the Wallowa Mt. range looms to the north and the Blue Mts. are to the west. About 100 miles inside the Oregon border is present day Baker City, Oregon. An Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is located about five miles north of present day Baker City. Very close to the interpretive center a wonderful event occurred for our little party. On Jan. 16, 1865 William Eldon KUTCH made his debut to the world. He was the proud son of William T KUTCH and his wife Hannah Mary MCCUTCHEON. The KUTCH family probably wintered out in Baker City. The town was in its infancy in 1865. By 1866 the town had a post office. And of course, there were some necessities such as water. We assume the Kutch family moved on to the Willamette Valley the spring of 1865.

We don't know when the entire party arrived at Baker City, but it had to be well in advance of Jan. 1865. We do know our party was continually running behind time. The main portion of the party, minus the KUTCH family and the John MCCUTCHEON family may have moved on towards present day La Grande, Oregon. The distance between Baker City and La Grande is about 80 miles. La Grande is the eastern gateway to the Blue Mts. Their is no practical way of skirting the range.

Ahead are the Blue Mts and later an even greater obstacle, the Cascade Mt. range. I believe our party had some serious discussions on whether to winter in La Grande. Although La Grande is a beautiful town, it would not be my first choice to winter out in. Winters are brutal. The eastern side of the Blue Mts. end at La Grande and the Wallowas are immediately to the north.

It was at La Grande where John Thomas GALLOWAY, his wife Elizabeth Jane ADAMS and their little girl Elizabeth Jane (Lizzy) GALLOWAY spent the winter of 1864/65. Clyde M Senger has researched the GALLOWAY families of the Northwest extensively. All GALLOWAY kin folk of the Northwest owe him a "thank you". Although some of his dates turn out wrong, in general his findings are correct. He says John Thomas Galloway reached LaGrande in mid November. If this is true, then our little party is in deep trouble. The target time to reach Oregon City, Oregon (end of the trail)was four to six months. If our dates are right it took our little train four months to travel from the Wyoming border to La Grande. I have to believe this was going through John Thomas's mind. Additionally, John Thomas's wife, Elizabeth Jane Adams is pregnant. She will give birth in Dayton, Yamill County, Oregon Apr 15 1865 to Michael Bledsoe GALLOWAY. If all these dates are correct, then we must assume the John Thomas Galloway family moved to the Willamette Valley very early in spring 1865. As far as I can determine, Michael Bledsoe Galloway was the only child conceived on the trail.

I have not found where any of the other pioneers remained in La Grande that winter. The distance between La Grande and Pendleton (western approach to the Blue Mts.) is about 50 miles. I have travelled this leg of I84 during November. The trip was packed snow and ice the entire way. On the western decline the Oregon Trail is virtually lock step with US 30 and close to I84. The decline is variously called Cabbage Hill or Immigrant Hill (in memory of the pioneers). It is so steep it has truck runaway ramps. The old pioneers took a turn of rope tethered to trees to keep the wagons from getting away. Common sense tells me all five wagons wintered in La Grande. Of course we cannot be sure that five wagons might have wintered out in Baker City. Baker City winters are slightly more brutal than La Grande. In any event a miserable winter was spent in Eastern Oregon.

My best guess is the main body of the wagon train waited in La Grande for the arrival of the KUTCH family. All six wagons are again poised for the crossing of the Blue Mts. It is early spring of 1865. Genealogists have typically assumed their were two family parties because 1864 and 1865 are both given as the dates. When all the details are examined we know there was only one train. Pendleton had to be a welcome sight. From there the route runs north into present day Walla Walla Washingon. The Whitman mission is located here and a place to repair wagons and purchase supplies. From here the party will trudge on, reappearing in Oregon again near present day Umatilla and the Columbia River. The next 100 miles will be relatively easy. There will be two major river crossings, The John Day and the Deschutes The trail follows the Columbia to The Dalles. On a clear day, from a distance of about 80 miles due west a giant white clad mountain appears. It is Mt. Hood. Mt. Hood had to be a glorious sight. The party is now in a semi desert area with rolling basalt hills cascading to the Columbia River.

A little wagon train of six wagons now roll into The Dalles, Oregon. It must have been a strange sight for the locals to see a wagon train appear so early in the spring. The Dalles, Oregon was a major stopping place for repairs and supplies. It was also the place where the wagons could hazzard a raft down the Columbia or take the Barlow Toll Road. The raft down the Columbia was next to suicidal. I am ninety nine per-cent sure they chose The Barlow Toll Road. The fee for the toll road was $5.00 for each wagon and 10 cents for each farm animal.

The Barlow Toll Road leaves The Dalles and heads west southwest into Tygh Valley and the Cascade range. The Cascades are one of the most magnificent, if not the most magnificent mountain range in the 48 contiguous states. To accomplish the task, the toll road skirts around the east side of Mt Hood till it reaches the White River fed by the White Glacier. From their it reaches pass level at about 4000 feet. From there it descends into western Oregon. Following first the Sandy River from its origins of the Sandy Glacier on the west side of the mountain and finally the Clackamas River which is fed from a number of rivers on the south side of Mt. Hood. The Clackamas river brings us to the end of The Oregon Trail at Oregon City.

We know this much, all seven wagons reached their destinations. Six wagons arrived at Oregon City and one probably arrived at Sacramento. Yes we know Mary Isabel AKERS finished her cross country trip. She died in Tulare California in 1904.

I do not believe this journal is the final word on the wagon train. I sincerely request readers to add pertinent information or corrections they are aware of in the comments section and I promise to research them.

Genealogical Information:
Galloway Family

John Jackson Galloway
Birth 1 Jun 1792 in Woodford, Kentucky, United States
Death 1850 in Floyd, Indiana, United States
Married to: Hannah Reasor
Birth 1783 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States
Death 1842 in Gratz, Owen, Kentucky, United States
Issue of John and Ann:
Michael Galloway (member of wagon train married to Mathena Ann Ferrell)
1816 1898
Elizabeth Galloway (member of wagon train married to William Eldon McCutcheon Sr.)
1817 1904
Anna Galloway
1820 1899
Mahala Galloway
1822 1907
Everett Galloway
1823 1901
Samuel Galloway
1825 1901
William Franklin Galloway
1828 1880
John Jackson Galloway Jr. (member of wagon train married to Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Adkins)
1832 1922

Michael Galloway (son of John Jackson Galloway and Hannah Reasor)
Birth 1816 in Kentucky, United States
Death 1898 in Cheney, Spokane, Washington, United States
Married to:Mathena Ann Ferrell
Birth 1819 in Kentucky, United States
Death 1889 in Cheney Spokane Washington, United States
Issue of Michael and Mathena:
John Thomas Galloway (member of the wagon train married to Elizabeth Jane Adams)
1839 1928
Mahala Galloway (member of the wagon train)
1840 1914
Haldah J Galloway
1842 1914
Elizabeth Galloway
1844
Hannah Galloway
1846 1901
William Franklin Galloway
1847 1927
Mary Galloway
1850
Martha Galloway
1856
Samuel J Galloway
1859

John Jackson Galloway Jr. (son of John Jacjson Galloway and Hannah Reasor)
Birth Jan 1832 in Indiana, USA
Death 26 Apr 1922 in Dayton, Columbia, Washington, USA
Married to:Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Adkins
Birth 27 Oct 1841 in Lawrence, Ohio, USA
Death 30 Jul 1928 in Dayton, Columbia, Washington, USA
Issue of John and Mary:
Elizabeth J Galloway
1857 1858
Hannah Mary Galloway (member of the wagon train)
1860 1887
Mahaley Ann Galloway
1862 1880
James Sherman Galloway (member of the wagon train)
1864 1926
Sheridan Emerson Galloway
1866 1949
Lucinda Mathena Galloway
1868 1960
William Ellsworth Galloway
1870 1888
John J. Galloway
1877
Alfred Galloway
1879
George Simeon Galloway
1880 1965
Mary Galloway
1882
Olive Galloway
1884 1889

Elizabeth Galloway (daugter of John Jackson Galloway and Hannah Reasor)
Birth 17 Aug 1817 in Kentucky, United States
Death 31 Oct 1904 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Married to:William Eldon McCutcheon
Birth 24 Dec 1791 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 1 Jul 1875 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, USA
Issue of Elizabeth and William:No issue

John Thomas Galloway (Son of Michael Galloway and Mathena Ann Ferrell)
Birth 20 Nov 1839 in Floyd, Indiana, United States
Death 16 Feb 1928 in Portland, Clackamas, Oregon, United States
Married to:Elizabeth Jane Adams
Birth 19 Jan 1845 in Hopkinsville, Christian, Kentucky, United States
Death 12 Jan 1912 in Clarkston, Asotin, Washington, United States
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
Elizabeth Jane or Lizzy Galloway (member of the wagon train)
1862 1952
Michael Bledsoe Galloway (conceived on the Oregon Trail)
1865 1953
Laura Ann Galloway (my grandmother married to Robert Jackson McKinnon Jr.)
1868 1915
Viola Bell Galloway
1870 1904
Sula Parlee Galloway
1873 1969
Etta Galloway
1875 1936
Laurena Galloway
1878 1881
Estella Galloway
1884 1983
Esther Galloway
1884
John Wesley Galloway
1889 1955

McCutcheon Family

William Eldon McCutcheon
Birth 24 Dec 1791 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 1 Jul 1875 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, USA
Married twice
2nd marriage to :Elizabeth Galloway (daughter of John Jackson Galloway and Hannah Reasor)
Birth 17 Aug 1817 in Kentucky, United States
Death 31 Oct 1904 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
1st marriage:Susanna Thornton
Birth 1797 in Indiana, USA
Death 1835 in Lafayette, Floyd, Indiana, USA
Issue of William Eldon and Susanna:
George Washington McCutcheon
1819 1902
John McCutcheon (member of wagon train married to Mary Isabel Akers)
1825 1865
Susanna McCutcheon
1828 1906
Elizabeth McCutcheon
1830 1915
Mary Francis (Fannie) McCutcheon
1830 1915
Samuel McCutcheon (member of the wagon train married to Charlotte ?)
1834 1925
Sarah Jane McCutcheon
1837 1894
Hannah Mary McCutcheon (member of the wagon train married to William T Kutch)
1838 1919
Mahala Ann McCutcheon Member of the wagon train married to Clemmons Green Scott)
1843 1904
William Eldon Jr. McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1849 1908
James Fulton McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1852 1854

John McCutcheon (son of William Eldon McCutcheon and Susanna Thornton)
Birth 1825 in Lafayette, Floyd, Indiana, USA
Death 14 Jul 1865 in South Platte River Crossing, Nebraska, USA
Married to:Mary Isabel Akers
Birth Nov 10 1831 in Clark County Indiana
Death Feb 1904 in Globe, Tulare, California, USA
Issue of John and Mary:
William McCutcheon
1849 1850
Isabel McCutcheon
1850 1850
Samuel Marion McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1852 1924
Cyrus Bell McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1856 1929
James Thornton McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1858 1918
Elizabeth Ellen McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1861 1939
Alia Ann McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1863 1906
Emaline McCutcheon
1865 1865

Samuel McCutcheon (son of William Eldon McCutcheon and Susanna Thornton)
Birth 1834 in Lafayette, Floyd, Indiana, USA
Death 2 Sep 1925 in Lane County, Oregon
Married to:Charlotte ?
Birth Oct 1839 in ,, Ohio USA
Death ??
Issue of Samuel and Charlotte:
James McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1857 1910
Hiram Morris McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1859 1916
John McCutcheon (member of the wagon train)
1864 1941
Clemons G McCutcheon
1866
Ellen McCutcheon
1871
Elizabeth G McCutcheon
1873
Mary A McCutcheon
1876
Jasper F McCutcheon
1878
Eugene McCutcheon
1880
Rene McCutcheon
1889

Hannah Mary McCutcheon (daughter of William Eldon McCutcheon and Susanna Thornton)
Birth 13 Aug 1838 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, USA
Death 27 Sept 1919 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, USA
Married to:William T Kutch
Birth 15 Mar 1826 in Monroe, Indiana, United States
Death 28 Mar 1922 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Issue of Mary and William:
William Eldon Kutch (member of wagon train, born on Oregon Trail near Baker City, Oregon)
1865 1955
George W Kutch
1866 1945
Elizabeth Bell Kutch
1869 1918
Leonora Kutch
1882

Mahala Ann McCutcheon (daughter of William Eldon NcCutcheon and Susanna Thornton)
Birth 13 May 1843 in , Floyd, Indiana, USA
Death 6 Jul 1904 in Yamhill, Oregon, USA
Married to:Clemmons Green Scott
Birth 9 Jul 1845 in Indiana, United States
Death 20 Jul 1916 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Issue of Mahala and Clemmons:
James Winfield Scott
1869 1944
William Scott
1872 1940
Sarah E Scott
1875 1932

Post Scripts:

(1)As a young teen I (Dale McKinnon) met my great aunt Elizabeth Jane (Lizzy Galloway). My parents and I took a trip from Utah to Oregon soon after WWII. Aunt Lizzy lived near the top of Mt Tabor on Hawthorne St. in Portland. She was a dear old lady by that time and very possibly my Dad's favorite aunt. She was married to Johnny NcFerron. A few years later my brother and sister in law lived with aunt Lizzy and Johnny. My brother Bob was attending Western Baptist Theological Seminary at the top of Mt. Tabor in Portland for his Masters of Theology . Both Bob and Jane adored aunt Lizzy.

(2)I (Dale McKinnon) also met siblings of Lizzy Galloway in the persons of Michael Bledsoe Galloway and Estella Galloway.

(3)Again I (Dale McKinnon) have a stranger than fiction story. Soon after World War II our family relocated from Utah to the Carlton, Oregon area. Our family regularly attended the First Baptist Church of Carlton. One of the deacons of the church (Walter Scott) approached my father and explained they were related. I am sure Dad wanted to believe Walter but he had no information to provide. In fact Walter and my father (Clarence McKinnon) were second cousins once removed. Walter Alvin Scott was a descendant of Clemmons Green Scott. Walter had a pretty daughter named Marjorie Ann Scott and my brother was secretly smitten with her. Marjorie and I atteded Carlton High School at the same time. She was a senior and I was a freshman. Following is additional genealogical info on the Scott family:

Mahala Ann McCutcheon (daughter of William Eldon NcCutcheon and Susanna Thornton)
Birth 13 May 1843 in , Floyd, Indiana, USA
Death 6 Jul 1904 in Yamhill, Oregon, USA
Married to:Clemmons Green Scott
Birth 9 Jul 1845 in Indiana, United States
Death 20 Jul 1916 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Issue of Mahala and Clemmons:
James Winfield Scott
1869 1944
William Scott
1872 1940
Sarah E Scott
1875 1932

James Winfield Scott
Birth Mar 8 1869 in Carlton Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Death 10 Dec 1944 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon, United States
Married to:Sadie Estella Fitch
Birth Jul 1 1872 in Near San Jose, Santa Clara, California
Death Jul 25 1921 in Granger, Benton, Oregon
Issue of James and Estella:
Harmon Scott
Walter Alvin Scott
1891 1965

Walter Alvin Scott
Birth 03/14/1891 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Death 11/03/1965 in Yamhill Yamhill Oregon USA
Married to:Singne Matilda Jernstedt
Birth 27 Mar 1895 in Carlton, Yamhill, Oregon
Death 03 Feb 1982 in Mcminnville, Yamhill, Oregon, United States of America,
Issue of Walter and Singne:
Richard E Scott
1928
Marjorie Ann Scott
1930

McKinnon Relation to President Dwight David Eisenhower

President Dwight David EISENHOWER our 34th president and one of my favorite presidents. Following is a portrait of President EISENHOWER from about.com

Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890 in Denison, Texas. However, he moved as an infant to Abilene, Kansas. He grew up in a very poor family and worked throughout his youth to earn money. He attended local public schools and graduated from high school in 1909. He joined the military in order to gain a free college education. He went to the West Point from 1911-1915. He was commissioned a second lieutenant but continued his education in the military eventually attending the Army War College.

Upon graduation, Eisenhower was assigned to be a second lieutenant in the infantry. During World War I, he was a training instructor and commander of a training center. He attended the Army War College and then joined General MacArthur's staff. In 1935 he went to the Philippines. He served in various executive positions before the start of World War II. After the war, he resigned and became the president of Columbia University. He was appointed by Truman to be the Supreme Commnader of NATO.
World War II:
At the start of World War II, Eisenhower was chief of staff to Commander General Walter Krueger. He was then promoted to brigadier general in 1941. In March 1942 he became a major general. In June, he was appointed commander of all U.S. forces in Europe. He was the commander of allied forces during the invasion of North Africa, Sicily, and Italy. He was then named Supreme Allied Commander in charge of the D-Day invasion. In December 1944 he was made a five-star general.
Becoming the President:

Eisenhower was chosen to run on the Republican ticket with Richard Nixon as his Vice President against Adlai Stevenson. Both candidates campaigned vigorously. The campaign dealt with Communism and governmental waste. However, more people voted for "Ike" leading to his victory with 55% of the popular vote and 442 electoral votes. He ran again in 1956 against Stevenson. One of the main issues was Eisenhower's health due to a recent heart attack. In the end he won with 57% of the vote.
Post-Presidential Period:

Eisenhower retired after his second term on January 20, 1961. He moved to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and wrote his autobiography and memoirs. He died on March 28, 1969 of congestive heart failure.
Historical Significance:

Eisenhower was president during the 50's, a time of relative peace (despite the Korean Conflict) and prosperity. Eisenhower's willingness to sent federal troops into Little Rock, Arkansas to ensure that local schools were desegretated was an important step in the Civil Rights movement.
Events and Accomplishments of Dwight D. Eisenhowers Presidency:

Eisenhower travelled to Korea before he took office to help conclude the peace talks. by July 1953, an Armistice was signed that separated Korea into two with a demilitarized zone at the 38th parallel.
Eisenhower Doctrine The Cold War was raging while Eisenhower was in office. Eisenhower began building up on nuclear weapons to protect America and to warn the Soviet Union that the U.S. would retaliate if fired upon. When Fidel Castro took power in Cuba and then began relations with the Soviet Union, Eisenhower placed an embargo on the country. He was concerned about the Soviet involvement in Vietnam. Eisenhower came up with the Domino Theory where he said that if the Soviet Union could topple one regime (like Vietnam), it would find it easier and easier to topple further regimes. Therefore, Eisenhower was the first to send advisors to the region. Eisenhower also created the Eisenhower Doctrine where he asserted that America had the right to aid any country threatened by Communist aggression.

In 1954, Senator Joseph McCarthy who had been trying to reveal Communists in government fell from power when the Army-McCarthy hearings were televised.

In 1954, the Supreme Court decided in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka in 1954 that schools should be desegretated. In 1957, Eisenhower had to send federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas to safeguard black students enrolling for the first time in a previously all-white school. In 1960, a Civil Rights Act was passed to included sanctions against any local officials who blocked blacks from voting.

The U-2 Spy Plane Incident occurred in 1960. On May 1, 1960, a U-2 spy plane piloted by Francis Gary Powers was brought down near Svedlovsk, Soviet Union. This event had a lasting negative impact on U.S. - U.S.S.R. relations. The details surrounding this event are to this day still shrouded in mystery. Eisenhower, however, defended the need for reconnaissance flights as necessary for national security.

There will be two presentations, (1) connecting George BOONE III to the president and (2) connecting George BOONE III to the MCKINNON family.

Connecting George BOONE to President Dwight David EISENHOWER

Generation 1
George BOONE III
Birth 1666 in Canon, Devon, England
Death Jul 26 1728 in Exeter Twp..Berks County Pennsylvania
Married to:Mary Milton MAUGRIDGE
Birth 23 Dec 1669 in Bradninch, Devon, England
Death 2 Feb 1740 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of George and Mary:
George Boone IV
1690 1753
Sarah Boone
1691 1743
Mary Boone
1694 1774
Squire Boone
1696 1765
John Boone
1701 1785
Joseph Boone
1704 1776
Benjamin Boone
1706 1762
James Boone Sr.
1709 1785
Samuel Boone
1711 1745

Generation 2
Sarah BOONE
Birth 18 Feb 1691 in Exeter, Devonshire, England
Death 20 Nov 1743 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States
Married to:Jacob Stover
Birth 1 Jun 1688 in Berne, Bern, Switzerland
Death 24 Jun 1741 in Augusta City, Orange, Virginia, USA
Issue of Sarah and Jacob:
Abraham Stover
1726 1787

Generation 3
Abraham STOVER
Birth 1726 in Oley, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1787 in Carter, Tennessee, United States
Married to:Sarah
Birth ??
Death ??
Issue of Abraham and Sarah:
Henry Stover
1741 1798
Jeremiah Stover
1745 1807
Daniel Stover
1750 1822

Generation 4
Daniel STOVER
Birth 1750 in Augusta, Virginia, United States
Death 1822 in Augusta, Virginia, United States
Married to:Barbara BENEDICT
Birth 1750 in Quincy, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 1829 in Waynesboro, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of Daniel and Barbara:
Christopher Stover
1772 1838
Simon Stover
1773 1864
David Stover
1773 1845
Paul Stover
1775
Jacob Stover
1777 1851
Daniel Stover
1780 1862
Mary Stover
1787
Catherine Stover
1792 1851
William Stover
1795 1864
Isaac Stover
1797 1875
Elizabeth Stover
1798 1864

Generation 5
Daniel STOVER
Birth 23 May 1780 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 25 Jan 1865 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Married to:Mary Ann HANNAH
Birth 3 Jan 1781 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 23 Mar 1853 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Issue of Daniel and Mary:
Daniel Stover
1813 1902
Jacob H Stover
1815 1877
Margaret B Stover
1818 1871
Joshua Hash Stover
1820 1898
Simon P Stover
1822 1873
Ida Elizabeth Stover
1862 1946

Generation 6
Ida Elizabeth STOVER
Birth 1 May 1862 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 11 Sep 1946 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA
Married to:David Jacob EISENHOWER
Birth September 2, 1863 in Elizabethville, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, USA
Death March 15, 1942 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA
Issue of Ida and David:
Bert Franklin Eisenhower
1883 1985
Arthur Benjamin Eisenhower
1886 1986
Edgar Newton Eisenhower
1889 1971
Dwight David Eisenhower President
1890 1969
Roy J. Eisenhower
1892 1992
Earl D. Eisenhower
1898 1998
Milton Stover Eisenhower
1899 2000

Generation 7
Dwight David EISENHOWER President
Birth October 14, 1890 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, USA
Death March 28, 1969 in Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, DC
Married to:Mamie Geneva Doud
Birth 14 Nov 1896 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, United States
Death 1 Nov 1979 in Washington City, District Of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
Issue of Dwight and Mamie:
Doud Dwight Eisenhower
1917 1921
John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower
1922 1967


Connecting George BOONE to Clarence Roy MCKINNON

Generation 1
George BOONE III
Birth 1666 in Canon, Devon, England
Death Jul 26 1728 in Exeter Twp..Berks County Pennsylvania
Married to:Mary Milton MAUGRIDGE
Birth 23 Dec 1669 in Bradninch, Devon, England
Death 2 Feb 1740 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of George and Mary:
George Boone IV
1690 1753
Sarah Boone
1691 1743
Mary Boone
1694 1774
Squire Boone
1696 1765
John Boone
1701 1785
Joseph Boone
1704 1776
Benjamin Boone
1706 1762
James Boone Sr.
1709 1785
Samuel Boone
1711 1745

Generation 2
Squire BOONE
Birth 25 Nov 1696 in Exeter, Devon, England
Death 2 Jan 1765 in Salisbury, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Married to:Sarah Morgan
Birth 23 Sep 1700 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1 Jan 1777 in Mocksville, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Issue of Squire and Sarah:
Sarah Cassandra Boone
1724 1815
Israel Boone
1726 1756
Samuel Boone
1728 1816
Jonathon Boone
1730 1808
Elizabeth Boone
1731 1825
Daniel Boone Colonel
1734 1820
Mary Boone
1736 1819
George Boone
1739 1820
Edward Boone
1740 1780
Squire Boone Jr.
1744 1815
Hannah Boone
1746 1828

Generation 3
Daniel BOONE Colonel (The famous frontiersman)
Birth Oct 22 1734 in Homestead, Oley Valley, Berks, Pa.
Death 26 Sep 1820 in Femme Osage, St Charles, Missouri, United States
Married to:Rebecca BRYAN
Birth 9 Jan 1739 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States
Death 18 Mar 1813 in Hunting Creek, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Issue of Daniel and Rebecca:
James Boone
1757 1773
Susannah Boone
1760 1800
Jemima Boone
1762 1829
Levina Boone
1766 1802
Rebecca Boone
1768 1805
Daniel Morgan Boone
1769 1839
Israel Boone
1769 1839
Jesse Bryan Boone
1773 1820
William Boone
1775 1775
Nathan Boone Major
1781 1856

Generation 4
Nathan BOONE Major
Birth 3 Feb 1781 in Bear Creek, Chatham, North Carolina, United States
Death 16 Oct 1856 in Ashgrove, Greene, Missouri, United States
Married to:Olive VAN BIBBER
Birth Jan 13, 1783 in Greenbriar Co, Kentucky, USA
Death Nov 12, 1858 in Green City, Hickory Co, Missouri, USA
Issue of Nathan and Olive
James Boone
1800
Delinda Boone
1802 1877
Jemima Boone
1804 1877
Susannah Boone
1806 1841
Nancy Boone
1808 1835
Emilia Boone
1810 1814
Olive Boone
1812 1836
Benjamin Howard Boone
1814 1866
John Coburn Boone
1816 1902
Levica Boone
1818 1854
Melcina Boone
1820 1900
Mary O Boone
1822 1915
Sarah Boone
1824 1859
Mahala S Boone
1826 1849

Generation 5
Jemima BOONE
Birth 17 Mar 1804 in Green City, Hickory, Missouri, United States
Death 22 Jul 1877 in Near Sherman, Grayson, Texas, USA
Married to:Henry ZUMWALT
Birth 1802 in Harrison, Charles, Virginia, United States
Death 1846 in Callaway, Missouri, United States
Issue of Jemima and Henry:
Hulda Zumwalt
1825 1880
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1825
Vaun Zumwalt
1826 1862
Nancy T Zumwalt
1827 1899
Mary E Zumwalt
1828 1880
Malcena Zumwalt
1831 1892
Benjamin Franklin Zumwalt
1834 1902
Francis Marion Zumwalt
1836
Vernetta Zumwalt
1839 1913
Sarah Jane Zumwalt
1841 1916
Nathan Boone Zumwalt
1844 1907
Manerva Ann Zumwalt
1845 1929

Generation 4.1 (John Daniel ZUMWALT is father of Henry ZUMWALT)
John Daniel ZUMWALT
Birth 1756
Death Feb 21 1820 in Fort Zumwalt, St Charles Cty., Va., USA
Married to:Elizabeth CONRAD
Birth 1762 in Winchester, Frederick, West Virginia, USA
Death 21 Feb 1820 in Femme Osage, St Charles, Missouri, USA
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
George Zumwalt
1781 1832
John Daniel Zumwalt
1782 1875
Anna Marie/Mary Zumwalt
1786 1844
Barbara Ellen Zumwalt
1787 1870
Adam "Red Adam" Zumwalt
1790 1853
Andrew Zumwalt
1790 1827
Ellizabeth Zumwalt
1794 1866
Jacob Zumwalt
1800 1876
Henry Zumwalt
1802 1846
William Zumwalt
1803 1878

Generation 4.11
Johann George ZUMWALT (Brother of John Daniel ZUMWALT)
Birth 10 Oct 1741 in York, York, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 4 Sep 1815 in Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Married to:Mary KALE
Birth 1748 in Pendleton, Louisa, Virginia, USA
Death 1803 in Harrison, Kentucky, USA
Issue of Johann and Mary:
Mary Zumwalt
1764 1830
Paralee Zumwalt
1770 1826
Henry Zumwalt
1771 1814
Jacob Zumwalt
1772 1833
Philip Zumwalt
1772 1833
Margaret Zumwalt
1776 1871
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1780 1830
Philip Zumwalt
1781 1839
Christina Zumwalt
1783 1850
John Zumwalt
1787 1832

Generation 5.11
Jacob ZUMWALT
Birth 1772 in Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Death 4 Nov 1833 in Hancock, Indiana, United States
Married to:Nancy Ann SPURGEON
Birth Mar 4 1776 Pennsylvania
Death Sep 11 1844 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA
Issue of Jacob and Nancy
Mary Ann (Polly) Zumwalt
1799 1826
Joseph Zumwalt
1800 1892
Daniel Zumwalt
1803 1852
Jacob Zumwalt
1807 1878
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1809
George Zumwalt
1811
John Zumwalt
1813
Eleanor Zumwalt
1815 1873
Sarah Zumwalt
1831 1904

Generation 6
Elizabeth ZUMWALT
Birth SEP 1809 in Adams Co., Ohio
Death After 1870
Married to:Daniel LONG
Birth 1809 in Ohio USA
Death After 1880
Issue of Elizabeth and Daniel:
Josephus Long
1831
Allen Long
1832
Nancy Ann Long
1834 1919
Sarah Jane Long
1834
Jasper Long
1839 1904
Emily Harriet Long
1843 1911
Anson Long
1845 1915

Generation 7
Emily Harriet LONG
Birth 24 Mar 1843 in Indiana, United States
Death 18 Jul 1911 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Married to:
Robert Jackson, SR. MCKINNON
Birth Jan 22 1837 in Indiana, United States
Death 13 Apr 1920 in Harney, Harney, Oregon, United States
Issue of Emily and Robert:
John E McKinnon
1859
Ida May McKinnon
1861 1950
Robert Jackson Jr, McKinnon
1863 1932
Andrew Johnson McKinnon
1866 1903
Lucy Jane McKinnon
1868 1957
Belle Dora McKinnon
1870
Harriet E McKinnon
1871 1871
Thomas Daniel McKinnon
1872 1948
Emma Alice McKinnon
1875
Elsie Ollie McKinnon
1876
William E McKinnon
1883 1898
Essie Geneva McKinnon
1897

Generation 8
Robert Jackson Jr, MCKINNON
Birth 12 Sep 1863 in Iowa
Death 3 Nov 1932 in Burns, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:Laura Ann GALLOWAY
Birth Mar 15 1868 in Elk City Benton Oregon USA
Death Jun 21 1915 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Laura:
Clarence Roy McKinnon
1889 1959
Eula Lea McKinnon
1891 1973
Ralph Earl McKinnon
1898 1961
Gladys Delta McKinnon
1900
Otho Walter McKinnon
1903 1975
Cleo Addison McKinnon
1909
Leo Addis McKinnon
1909

Generation 9
Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Married twice
First Marriage:Eulalia P SMITH
Birth Sep 1895 in California
Death 11 Mar 1917 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Clarence and Eulalia:
Lavelle McKinnon
1914
Dillon McKinnon
1915 1932
Denver McKinnon
1917 1964
Second Marriage:Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA
Issue of Clarence and Mamie:
Mava Lurhea McKinnon
1922
Felice Grace McKinnon
1923 2002
Robert Prill McKinnon
1928 1999
Dale Lynn McKinnon
1932



























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McKinnon Relationship to President Barack Obama

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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.