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Ewan MacPherson (called Cluny) was born on 11 February 1706. Macpherson, Alan Gibson (1996) A Day's March to Ruin. The Badenoch men in the ‘forty-five and Col. Ewen Macpherson of Cluny. He was the first born son of Lachlan MacPherson of Nuide (1674-1746). His mother was Jean Cameron, daughter of Sir Ewan Cameron of Lochiel. Cluny grew up to be a respected individual. His father-in-law, Lord Lovat, described him as ‘a thorrow good natur’d, even temper’d, honest gentleman’ Clan MacPherson. Clan MacPherson Association, Newtonmore.
Alan Gibson MacPherson, A Day’s March to Ruin
Alan Gibson MacPherson, A Day’s March to Ruin. Ewan MacPherson of Cluny (Newtonmore, 1996), 154–6; Alastair Livingstone of Bachuil, Christian W. H. Aikman and Betty Stuart Hart, eds, The Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart’s Anny, 1745–46 (Aberdeen, 1985), 18. oogle Scholar. 16. John Campbell, 4th Earl of Loudon joined the British army in 1727, and succeeded to his father’s title in 1731. He served as captain in the Queen’s Own regiment of dragoons, and was governor of Stirling Castle in 1741.
Ewan MacPherson (called Cluny) was born on 11 February 1706, he was the first born son of Lachlan MacPherson of Nuide (1674-1746). Cluny grew up to be a respected individual, his father-in-law, Lord Lovat, described him as ‘a thorrow good natur’d, even temper’d, honest gentleman’ Clan MacPherson.
Macpherson, Alan Gibson (1996) A Day’s March to Ruin. Category:18th-century Scottish people.
My father was Ewan of Cluny, chieftain of the clan. My elder brother was Duncan
My father was Ewan of Cluny, chieftain of the clan. My elder brother was Duncan. I was born Margaret Helen in the English way, and my brother was called Daniel Cluny MacPherson. Soon after our birth, our mother Janet took sick and died. Then in 1994 the Creag Dhubh No. 46 changes the date to 1764 Then in 1996 they brought out a book entitled "Days March to Ruin: Badenoch Men in the Fortyfive and Co. wan MacPherson of Cluny" Which uses the 1764 date! I once had a site saved which had a picture of the grave marker in France for Cluny but I cannot find it now, more is the pity.
John Barton lovingly brings to life the rich history and the lochs, trails and tracks, rivers, mountains, caves and glens of Clan Macpherson Country that he has known intimately since his childhood. A copy of the booklet will join John's two published books in the Clan Museum reference library. Clan Macpherson Museum. 10 September ·. MUSEUM AUCTION The following books and magazines have been donated to the Clan Museum to raise funds which will go towards the replacement of the roof.
Ewan MacPherson of Cluny-MacPherson in MyHeritage family trees . On the last day of June, his elderly father Lachlan died ‘of a broken heart among the ruins of his son’s estate’.
Ewan MacPherson of Cluny-MacPherson in MyHeritage family trees (Ferrell Web Site). Ewan MacPherson of Cluny-MacPherson. The territory of the Clan MacPherson covered Badenoch, south-east of Loch Ness, but the Macphersons were also part of a federation of other clans, called the Chattan Confederation (also called Clan Chattan). This alliance, which dated back to the 13th century, included the Mackintoshes, MacGillivrays, Davidsons, Shaws and others.