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B/M/D Grant and 1) Clarke 2) MacIntosh
« on: Sunday 06 January 08 00:00 GMT (UK) »
Any help with the following family members would be helpful. As far as I know, all were in Nairn area.


John Grant was the son of James Grant 1755-1815 and Marjory McPhail 1762-1834. He had several siblings, some of whom went to Ontario.

Descendants of John Grant
               
   1     John Grant   b: 6 Jan 1793      d: Abt. 1842 in Ardersier, Nairn, Scotland
..      +Ann Clarke   b: 11 Aug 1794 Ardersier   m: 2 Aug 1816 in Ardersier, Nairn, Scotland d: Nov 1821
.   2     James Grant   b: 28 Oct 1817      
.   2     Walter Grant   b: 23 Aug 1819      
      *2nd Wife of John Grant:         
..      +Isabella McIntosh   b: 22 Mar 1802 Cawdor m: 14 Aug 1823 in Ardersier, Nairn, Scotland   d: 12 May 1873
.   2     Marjory Grant   b: 8 Dec 1823      
.   2     Margaret Grant   b: 11 Jul 1825      
.   2     John Grant   b: 25 Nov 1827      
.   2     Margaret Grant   b: 21 Feb 1830      
.   2     Daniel Grant   b: 19 Jul 1832      
.   2     Ann Grant                   b: 23 Jun 1834      
.   2     John Grant   b: 11 Jan 1837      
.   2     Mary Grant   b: 7 Jun 1839      


thanks
JM

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Re: B/M/D Grant and 1) Clarke 2) MacIntosh
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 09 January 08 05:21 GMT (UK) »
I am descended from the same James Grant and Marjory McPhail, through Alexander Grant.  I have connected with several other Grant descendants here in Canada and Scotland.  Our research and connections have expanded in the past couple of years, and we are planning a Grant reunion in the area of Ontario where Alexander Grant settled. Easiest thing to do is to have a look at our web page at http://www3.telus.net/public/nealfinn/index.htm and then contact one of us.

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Re: B/M/D Grant and 1) Clarke 2) MacIntosh
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 10 January 08 22:13 GMT (UK) »
Done and done,
thanks, looks like a good time

Jean

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Re: B/M/D Grant and 1) Clarke 2) MacIntosh
« Reply #3 on: Monday 28 June 10 13:59 BST (UK) »
James Grant b. 16/01/1793 father of John Grant b.03/08/1816 - James was my Great, great, great, great Grandfather on my mothers side.  My mothers maiden name was Margaret Norah Grant and she was born in Cromarty on the Black Isle, her father was Walter Scott Grant b. 1876 who was born in the Munlochy Inn on the Black Isle, his father was Andrew Grant b. 19/05/1845 and before this was proprietor of the Royal Hotel in Fortrose.  Andrew was the son of Walter Grant b. 25/08/1819 from Campbellton, Ardersier; his father was John Grant.  Please contact me at (*).

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