Catherine MacPherson

(28 December 1812 - )
     Catherine MacPherson was born on 28 December 1812 in Auchnaphearn, Cromdale, Inverness-shire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Ann Grant. Catherine MacPherson was christened on 3 January 1813 in Cromdale, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

Catherine MacPherson

(1890 - 1900)
     Catherine MacPherson was born in 1890 in Wycheproof, Victoria. She was the daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Christina MacPherson.
     Catherine died in 1900 in Wycheproof, Victoria.

Catherine MacPherson

     Catherine MacPherson was the daughter of John MacPherson and Elizabeth Gall.
     She was the only child to remain a Catholic.

Catherine MacPherson

(12 September 1839 - )
     Catherine died in Chapeltown, Glenlivet, Inveravon, Banffshire. She was born on 12 September 1839 in Scalan, Glenlivet, Banffshire. She was the daughter of Paul MacPherson and Catherine Christie.

Charles MacPherson

(22 March 1830 - 26 January 1915)
     Charles MacPherson was also known as (of Ellick) in records. He was born on 22 March 1830 in Ellick, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was the son of John MacPherson and Elspet Smith. Charles MacPherson was christened on 9 May 1830 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.
     Charles MacPherson and Cosmo MacPherson were recorded on the 1851 census in Ellick, Kirkmichael. Charles McPherson, head, unmarried, 21, farmer of 50 acres, born Kirkmichael; Margaret, sister, unmarried, 19; Mary sister 17; Elspet sister 15; Ann sister 12; Isabella sister 5; Betsy? sister 2?; Cosmo McPherson grandfather, widower 82, retired farmer; Paul McPherson servant, mar? 26 farm labourer b. Inveravon, Banffs.
     Charles MacPherson married Elsie or Elspet Smith on 6 July 1851 in Fordyce, Banffshire, Scotland.
     Charles MacPherson and Elsie or Elspet Smith appeared on the 1881 census in Lower Ellich (Ellick), Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Charles McPherson, 50, farmer, & his wife Elspet aged 37, with Charles M Meldrum, nephew, aged 19, farm servant and niece Mary A Meldrum, domestic servant, both born at Kirkmichael.
     Charles died on 26 January 1915 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, aged 84.

Charles MacPherson

(4 August 1830 - )
     Charles MacPherson was born on 4 August 1830 in Crask, Abernethy, Inverness-shire. He was the son of John MacPherson and Margaret Innes. Charles MacPherson was christened on 11 August 1830 in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Lawful son of John McPherson & Margt Innes, Crask.

Charles MacPherson

(8 July 1858 - 26 May 1927)
     Charles MacPherson was born on 8 July 1858 in Bet Bet, Victoria. He was the son of Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray.
     Charles MacPherson married Mary Banks in 1889 in Victoria. Charles was described as a living child of Peter MacPherson on 4 October 1904. Charles MacPherson was an executor of Peter MacPherson's estate on 13 December 1904.
     Charles died on 26 May 1927 in Shepparton, Victoria, aged 68. He was aged 45 at his father's death.

Children of Charles MacPherson and Mary Banks

Rev Charles MacPherson

(before 20 September 1791 - 4 January 1846)
     Rev Charles MacPherson was born before 20 September 1791 in Ellick, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was christened on 20 September 1791 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was the son of Cosmo MacPherson and Margaret MacIntosh or Riach. Charles was schoolmaster between 1813 and 1827, Kirkmichael.
     Charles matriculated at Marischal College, Aberdeen. MA 1821. Charles was a Presbyterian minister at Tomintoul, Kirkmichael. He was licenced by the Presbytery of Abernethey 24 Nov 1825; presented by George IV, 15 June, and ordained 25 September 1827; first minister of the parish 25 June 1845.
     Rev Charles MacPherson married Mary Farquharson on 5 July 1832 in Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Mary Anne McPherson 1841-1903 m (1) John Ferguson of Old Deer m (2) Dr Robert Garden of Aberdeen

Anne McPherson 1844-1905 m 1868 James Ferguson of Aberdeen.
     Rev Charles MacPherson and Mary Farquharson appeared on the 1841 census in the east side of the village, Tomintoul, Banffshire. Mary McPherson, 35 not born in county, James 5 y, Margaret 4 y, John 2 y, Mary 2 months y. Cosmo McPherson, 40, Preacher of the Gospel, born in the county, Charles Meldrum 15 teacher y, Ann Milne 20 f.s. no, Mary McPherson 15 f.s. y.
     Charles died on 4 January 1846 in Chapelton, near Forres, Moray. A note at after the last entry (for his youngest son's baptism) in the Tomintoul/Kirkmichael parish register: The last entry must be a subsequent one - made by someone into whose possession the Register has come. The Reverend Charles McPherson died at Chapelton near Forres on the 4 January 1846 and the subject of the last entry was posthumous. He was buried in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.
     The Valuation roll for 1855 for Tomintoul lists Charles McPherson as tenant/occupier of the farm of Elick along with John Smith.

Children of Rev Charles MacPherson and Mary Farquharson

Charles Alexander MacPherson

(2 June 1910 - 7 April 1966)
     Charles Alexander MacPherson was born on 2 June 1910 in Leonora, Western Australia.
     Charles Alexander MacPherson married Leila Constance Smith, daughter of Mayhew Henry Smith and Hannah Veronica Sullivan, on 23 September 1932.
     Charles died on 7 April 1966 in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, aged 55.

Charles Farquharson Colville MacPherson

(1894 - 1953)
     Charles Farquharson Colville MacPherson was born in 1894 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson and Mary Colville.
     Charles died in 1953 in Dubbo, New South Wales. He is the grandfather of Alan Macpherson of Singleton, NSW.

Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson

(21 May 1846 - 9 June 1914)
     Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson was born on 21 May 1846 in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of Rev Charles MacPherson and Mary Farquharson. Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson was christened on 9 June 1846 in Kirkmichael.
     Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson married Mary Colville in 1872 in Dunedin, New Zealand. They were en-route to Australia.
     Charles P F Macpherson and Mary also had children prior to 1894, "a female living" and "a female deceased"..
     Charles died on 9 June 1914 in New Zealand aged 68.

Children of Charles Peter Farquharson MacPherson and Mary Colville

Charles William MacPherson

(1895 - )
     Charles William MacPherson was also known as William Charles in records. He was born in 1895 in Parkes district, New South Wales. He was the son of George MacPherson and Lillie Sarah Elizabeth Pullen Judd.
     Charles William MacPherson married Daisy A Clough in 1918 in Forbes district, New South Wales.

Charlotte MacPherson

(26 May 1818 - )
     Charlotte MacPherson was christened on 26 May 1818 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of John MacPherson and Ann Dean.

Chirstan (Kirsten or Christian) MacPherson

(before 1720 - )
     Chirstan (Kirsten or Christian) MacPherson was born before 1720 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.
     Chirstan (Kirsten or Christian) MacPherson married John Sanderson on 5 August 1736 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT.

Christian MacPherson

(before 13 August 1816 - )
     Christian MacPherson was born before 13 August 1816 in Ballinlon, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was christened on 13 August 1816 in Kirkmichael. She was the daughter of William MacPherson and Lizzy or Elizabeth Grant.
     Christian MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in Ballinlish, Kirkmichael. Christian McPherson, aged 26, female servant in a separate household, with John McPherson aged 20 an ag lab. Probably working for the Cameron family of Ballinlich who are the previous household.
     Christian MacPherson was recorded on the 1851 census. She was aged 33.

Christian MacPherson

(circa 1771 - )
     Christian MacPherson was born circa 1771 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Christian, daughter to Alexr Mcpherson in Belinlon & Janet McPherson his spouse was born 1771. She was the daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Janet MacPherson.

Christian MacPherson

(9 June 1799 - )
     Christian MacPherson was christened on 9 June 1799 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was the daughter of Peter MacPherson.

Christian MacPherson

(9 September 1813 - )
     Christian MacPherson was christened on 9 September 1813 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Donald MacPherson and Isabel Cameron.
     Christian MacPherson appeared on the 1881 census in Delvachan, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Christina McPherson, aged 77, unmarried, head, cottar, born at Kirkmichael.

Christian MacPherson (MacIntosh?)

(12 July 1799 - )
     Christian MacPherson (MacIntosh?) was christened on 12 July 1799 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Christian, daughter to Paul McPherson, Blackhaughs. She was the daughter of Paul MacPherson and Janet Riach.

Christian or Chirsten MacPherson

(before 30 June 1740 - )
     Christian or Chirsten MacPherson was born before 30 June 1740 in Fodderletter, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was christened on 30 June 1740 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of William MacPherson and Margaret MacDonald.
     Christian or Chirsten MacPherson married James Grant on 13 June 1763 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT.

Christian or Christina MacPherson

(9 September 1801 - )
     Christian or Christina MacPherson was christened on 9 September 1801 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Christan, daughter to Alex McPherson, Belnedan & Eliz? Grant his spouse.. She was the daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Elspet Unknown (MacPherson). Sarah, Ann and Christian were listed as the children of Alexander MacPherson in the 1851 census in Davoch of Drum, Knockanchory, Abernethy & Kincardine, Moray.

Christina MacPherson

(13 March 1858 - )
     Christina MacPherson was born on 13 March 1858 in Blackhills, Elgin, Moray, Scotland. She was the daughter of Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart. Christina MacPherson was christened on 11 April 1858 in the RC chapel, Elgin, Moray, Scotland. William, Margaret, Ann, Elisabeth and Christina were listed as the children of Peter MacPherson in the 1861 census in Newland, Elgin, Moray.

Christina MacPherson

(circa 1857 - 1913)
     Christina MacPherson was born circa 1857. She was the daughter of John McPherson & Florrie Hair.
     Christina MacPherson married Alexander MacPherson, son of Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray, in 1878 in Victoria.
     Christina died in 1913 in Donald, Victoria.

Children of Christina MacPherson and Alexander MacPherson

Clementina MacPherson

(circa 1794 - )
     Clementina MacPherson was RC. She was born circa 1794 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of John MacPherson and Penuel Gordon.
     Clementina MacPherson appeared on the on 20 April 1824 'status animarum' in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Clementina became James MacPherson's godmother at his christening on 1 March 1828 in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. At the Roman Catholic chapel1828 1st March at Cults, James l.d. to James McPherson by Euphemia Stuart was born 29 Feb and baptised 1 March 1828 in presence of William & Clementina McPherson, Tomintoul, uncle and aunt to the child, sponsors.
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     Clementina MacPherson appeared on the in 1828 'status animarum' in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael Banffshire.
     Clementina MacPherson appeared on the in 1836 'status animarum' in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael Banffshire.
     Clementina MacPherson and William MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in Tomintoul. William McPherson, aged 35, shoemaker with Clementina McPherson aged 40. Clementina MacPherson was listed as the sister of William MacPherson in the 1851 census in Main Street, Tomintoul.

Colin MacPherson

(23 July 1897 - 1968)
     Colin MacPherson was born on 23 July 1897 in Dunolly, Victoria. He was the son of Charles MacPherson and Mary Banks.
     Colin MacPherson married Eleanor Frances Miller in 1932 in Victoria.
     Colin died in 1968 in Maryborough, Victoria.

Cosmo MacPherson

(circa 1768 - 19 August 1852)
     Cosmo MacPherson was born circa 1768 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was aged 82 in 1851 census, but 84 in 1857! He is possibly the Charles McPherson who was baptised 11 February 1767 at Inveravon, son of John McPherson & Margaret Cumming noted on the IGI.. He was the son of John MacPherson and Margaret Cumming. Cosmo was a farmer in Ellick, Kirkmichael.
     Cosmo MacPherson married Margaret MacIntosh or Riach on 8 November 1790 in the Roman Catholic chapel, Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. 1790 Novr 8 - Cosmo McPherson (pt) in the Elick and Margaret Riach in Glenconglass were married, witnesses John Catinach & Margaret Stuart..      
Cosmo MacPherson Cosmo McPherson, Ellick, 2 horses, 2/3 duty on 5 April 1798 in Ellick, Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
Cosmo MacPherson was listed on the rent roll of the Gordon Estate, in 1809, for property in Kirkmichael. 1809 tenant at Ellick & Altcoish, Cosmo McPherson, James Stuart & James Smith rental £20/0/- each. He was a tenant of the Duke of Gordon in 1821 in Elllick, Kirkmichael. The factor described him as "Cosmo McPherson, a good tenant.' He was a witness at the christening of James MacPherson on 1 May 1826 in Kirkmichael.
     Cosmo MacPherson and John MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Cosmo McPherson, 70, farmer, y, John McPherson, 40 y, Mrs? McPherson, 35 y, Charles 11 y, Margaret 10 y, Mary 8 y, Elspet 6 y, Donald 4 y, Ann 2 y, Betty Ratrie, 17, female servant, y.
     But also Tomintoul Kirkmichael census 1841 book 8 p1: Mary McPherson, 35, no, James 5 y, Margaret 4 y, John 2 y, Mary 2 months y. / Cosmo 40 Preacher of the Gospel y, Charles Meldrum 15 teacher y, Ann Milne 20 f.s. no, Mary McP 15 f.s. y.
     Cosmo MacPherson and Charles MacPherson were recorded on the 1851 census in Kirkmichael. Charles McPherson, head, unmarried, 21, farmer of 50 acres, born Kirkmichael; Margaret, sister, unmarried, 19; Mary sister 17; Elspet sister 15; Ann sister 12; Isabella sister 5; Betsy? sister 2?; Cosmo McPherson grandfather, widower 82, retired farmer; Paul McPherson servant, mar? 26 farm labourer b. Inveravon, Banffs.
     Cosmo died on 19 August 1852 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Cosmo McPhrson died at Ellick aged 84 1852/7 (b.c. 1768/73), son John died 1848/9 aged 54, daughter Elspet, Elizabeth, daughter of John McPherson, Ellick.
Cosmo McPherson died Ellick 13? Aug 1857 aged 84, & Mary MacIntosh his spouse died 16 Mar 1825 aged 55, their son John McPherson died Ellick, Dec 1848 aged 54; Elspet Smith his wife d 17 Aug 1841 aged 35, Margaret Stewart his 2nd wife d 20 Sep 1850 aged 33? his daughter Elspet d 10 Sep 1860? aged 25.

Children of Cosmo MacPherson and Margaret MacIntosh or Riach

Rev Cosmo MacPherson

(3 April 1797 - 13 February 1869)
     Rev Cosmo MacPherson was christened on 3 April 1797 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was the son of Cosmo MacPherson and Margaret MacIntosh or Riach.
     Rev Cosmo MacPherson and Charles Meldrum appeared on the 1841 census in Tomintoul, Banffshire. In the same building in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael as Mary McPherson, aged 35 who was not born in the county & James 5 y, Margaret 4 y, John 2 y, Mary 2 months y which lookes like Charles' family; lived Cosmo McPherson, 40, Preacher of the Gospel, born in the county, Charles Meldrum 15 teacher y, Ann Milne 20 f.s. no, Mary McPherson, 15, female servant, y.. Cosmo was minister of the Free Church. Ewings's Annals states: Born at Tomintoul, 1797. Studied at King’s College, Aberdeen. Signed the Probationers’ Resolutions of Adherence to the Free Church, 1843. Ordained, 1845, at Dalguise and Strathbraan. Married, 1856, Rachael B. Black. Died, 1869. Supplementary Information:
He was baptized on 3rd April, 1797, in Tomintoul, Banffshire, the son of Cosmo MacPherson and Margaret Riach or MacIntosh – this being recorded in the Roman Catholic records. He is therefore the brother of Charles MacPherson, a Church of Scotland minister who didn’t come out at the Disruption. (For him see FES, Vol.6, p.372). He married Rachel Bogie Black on 13th November, 1856, in Kirkcaldy, Fife. She was born on 13th and baptized on 16th July, 1826, in Kirkcaldy, Fife, the daughter of Roger Black, Procurator in Sheriff Courts, and Rachel Law.
Ministry: “Cosmo McPherson, Tomintoul” was a name on the Roll of Probationers adhering to the Free Church. He served in Dalguise and Strathbraan, Little Dunkeld, Perthshire.
He died in 1869 in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. His wife died in 1919 in Orwell, Kinross-shire.
They had issue including:
(1) Rachel Law MacPherson born on 4th January, 1858, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. She died in 1873 in Dollar, Clackmannanshire.
(2) John Charles MacPherson born on 31st July, 1859, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire.
(3) Margaret Ann MacPherson born on 10th October, 1861, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. She married Thomas H. Ross, F.E.I.S., Ladybank, on 3rd August, 1893, at Strathbraan Cottage, Dollar, Clackmannanshire. She died in 1945 in Newington, Edinburgh.

(4) Roger Cosmo MacPherson born on 20th April 1863, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. He died in 1942 in Orwell, Kinross-shire.

(4) Mary Isabella MacPherson born on 30th November, 1864, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. She was a painter.
(5) Katherine Inglis MacPherson born on 6th September, 1866, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. She died there in 1869.
(6) Magdalene Black MacPherson born on 5th January, 1868, in Little Dunkeld, Perthshire. She died in 1965 in Orwell, Kinross-shire.
Sources
Otago Daily Times (New Zealand), Issue 9859, 3 October 1893, p.2
See Notice in Obituaries section of this web-site: Cosmo MacPherson.
at Trochry, Little Dunkeld, Perthshire.
     Rev Cosmo MacPherson was recorded on the 1851 census in Killucrankie Brae, Moulin, Perthshire. Cosmos McPherson, aged 51 born Kirkmichael, was a visitor with the Stewart family - Minister of the Free Church, Little Dunkets.
     The Valuation roll for 1855 for Little Dunkeld, Perthshire, lists Rev Cosmo McPherson as occupier of the Free Church Manse at Trochry.
     Rev Cosmo MacPherson married Rachel Bogie Black on 13 November 1856 in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire.
     Cosmo died Rev Cosmo McPherson. F. C. Minister, married Rachel Bogie Black, aged 71, son of Cosmo McPherson, farmer, deceased, & Margaret McPherson, m.s. McIntosh, deceased.
His obituary was published in The Free Church of Scotland Monthly Record, April 1 1869, p.90 and re-published on Ecclegen website: The Free Church of Scotland has lost another of her devoted sons, in the removal, by death, of the Rev. Cosmo Macpherson of Strathbraan and Dalguise. He died in the seventy-second year of his age, in the manse at Strathbraan, on the 13th of February last, after an illness of about six months.
Mr. Macpherson was a native of Tomintoul, in the parish of Kirkmichael, Banffshire, where he received the rudiments of his education. From the parish school he passed to the University and King’s College, Aberdeen, in which, with approbation, he concluded his literary, philosophical, and theological career as a student. A few years prior to the Disruption of 1843 he became a licentiate of the Established Church, and was soon thereafter appointed assistant to the Rev. Mr. Wilson of Aberdeen, where his faithful, evangelical ministrations were so much prized, that the parishioners marked their appreciation of them by the presentation of a handsome gold watch with suitable inscription, to which he ofttimes afterwards facetiously referred, as an indication, through his instrumentality, of the breaking up of the hard crust of Moderatism, in a district long subject to its baneful influence. During this period of his incumbency as assistant preacher, he and another of like mind were confirmed in their attachment to the principles of the Ten Years’ Conflict by the reading of the “Witness” newspaper, under the able editorship of Hugh Miller, whose services to the cause of Christ the Day will alone reveal. The two associates became ministers of the Free Church, one of whom still labours with success in the north of Scotland.
In 1845, after commending himself by his faithful labours to the adherents of the Free Church of Strathbraan and Dalguise, encouraged by the presence and powerful support of Lord Dalhousie, who then resided in that district, and who has laid the Free Church, there and elsewhere, under an immense debt of obligation, the subject of this notice was unanimously chosen and ordained as their pastor.
Mr. Macpherson was never possessed of much physical strength; yet with this manifest disadvantage, with unflagging zeal and unceasing diligence during the four-and-twenty years of his ministry, he laboured on at his post of duty—a post rendered arduous because of the necessarily scattered and divided nature of his flock— the two congregations being territorially separated by a distance of seven miles. The decay of strength consequent on the infirmities of advancing years, and the sure approaching footsteps of the last enemy, compelled him to withdraw from the field, till at length he, with assurance, committed his spirit into the hands of his blessed Redeemer.
Possessed of a well-balanced mind, with the intellectual and moral powers well proportioned, and these brought under the sanctifying power of Divine grace. Mr. Macpherson’s ministrations were ever intelligible, savoury, and practical. His pulpit addresses were the result of most careful study and preparation, of clear, accurate thinking, of a mind well stored with the good old theology of Reforming and Puritan divines; and above all, they bore evidence to a heart deeply imbued with the spirit of his Master and with the truth, whose lessons in their bearing on the details of Christian life were urged with all his characteristic energy and force of character; laid out, moreover, in well-arranged periods, and delivered in tones of impressive import.
In the spheres of domestic and social life, Mr. Macpherson was affectionate, kind, genial, generous, and unassuming. His brethren prized much his ministerial intercourse, and the Presbytery of Dunkeld testified their confidence in his business habits by conferring upon him the important office of the clerkship, the duties of which he most faithfully discharged to the last.
When God, in his adorable and all-wise providence, gave monitions to his servant of his approaching end, he was prepared; and throughout the course of his illness, with steadfast and unfaltering faith, waited calmly the hour of his decease. The last night of his life was spent much in silent prayer, apparently for strength and grace in passing the swellings of Jordan. Being made aware, a few hours before his departure, of an affecting trial, which rendered the bereavement doubly heavy to the family—the death of an infant daughter after a short illness—he thanked God that she had gone before; and in the near prospect of being welcomed by the tender ransomed spirit at the gates of the celestial city, he took a calm and peaceful farewell of his family and surrounding friends. He has left behind him a widow and six children.
on 13 February 1869 in Free Church Manse, Strathbaan, Little Dunkeld, Perthshire, aged 71.

Children of Rev Cosmo MacPherson and Rachel Bogie Black

daughter MacPherson

(16 March 1753 - )
     Daughter MacPherson was christened on 16 March 1753 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Un-named daughter to John McPherson in Tomachlaggan & Elspet Riach his spouse.. She was the daughter of John MacPherson and Elspet Riach.

daughter MacPherson

(before 13 January 1757 - )
     Daughter MacPherson was born before 13 January 1757 in Tomachlaggan, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was christened on 13 January 1757 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Daughter to John McPherson in Tomachlaggan & Elspet Riach his spouse.. She was the daughter of John MacPherson and Elspet Riach.

daughter MacPherson

(before 20 August 1767 - )
     Daughter MacPherson was born before 20 August 1767 in Tomachlaggan, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was christened on 20 August 1767 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Daughter to young John McPherson in Tomachlaggan & Ann Stewart his party. She was the daughter of John MacPherson and Ann Stewart.