Paul MacPherson

(25 September 1852 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born on 25 September 1852. He may be the Paul Macpherson aged 59 living at Genlivet in 1911. He was the son of Donald MacPherson and Jane Milne. Paul MacPherson was christened on 11 October 1852. Paul was listed as the son of Donald MacPherson in the 1861 census in Scalan, Inveravon, Inverness-shire. Donadl McPherson, 30, ag laboureer, born Inveravon, with wife Jane 38, born Moym Inverness-shirem children Paul 8, Jessie 5, John 3 & Catherine 3 months, all born at Inveravon.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1876 - 1 January 1936)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1876 in Inverurie, Banffshire.
     Paul MacPherson married Jeannie Duncan.
     Paul died on 1 January 1936 in 'Altanacraig', Barclay Rd, Inverurie, Banffshire. Paul McPherson, aged 60. He had property in Market St, Inverurie listed in the 1930 valuation rolls..

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1755 - 24 November 1815)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1755.
     Paul died on 24 November 1815 in Leith, Midlothian. Paul McPherson, Customs House Officer in Leith aged about 60 years died the twenty fourth and was buried on the twenty sixth 4 paces north from Younghusband headstone.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1792 - 9 September 1834)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1792. He may have been the son of Murdoch & Anne McPherson of Edinburgh born 1791 - FamilySearch detail vague.
     Paul was buried on 9 September 1834 in Edinburgh, Midlothian. Paul McPherson, 43 years from Nottingham? Terrace, died 9th, Close next of Alex Millar's headstone.

Paul MacPherson

(14 November 1857 - 1861)
     Paul MacPherson was born on 14 November 1857 in 5 Albion St, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. Paul McPherson, son of William McPherson, hardware ... & Margaret McPherson, maiden name McKillop.
He is possbibly the Paul who married Margaret Lyon in Methlick, Aberdeenshire on 7 Feb 1872. He was the son of William MacPherson and Margaret McKillop.
     Paul died in 1861 in Aberdeen. He is probably the Paul aged 3, who died in the St Nicholas district of Aberdeen in 1861.

Paul MacPherson

(17 July 1803 - )
     Paul MacPherson was christened on 17 July 1803 in Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland. He was the son of John McPherson & Catherin Taylor..

Paul MacPherson

(before 1650 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1650.
     Paul MacPherson married Christian Bane on 21 February 1669 in Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Paul McFersan, also entered on 11 March 1669.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1828 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1828.
     Paul MacPherson married Margaret Calder on 30 June 1848 in Forres, Moray.

Paul MacPherson

     Paul MacPherson married Elizabeth MacPherson on 30 April 1731 in Kingussie & Insch, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1715 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1715.
     Paul MacPherson married Lilllias Treasurer on 21 July 1732 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1750 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1750 in Scotland.
     Paul MacPherson married Sarah MacPherson on 1 July 1770 in Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1765 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1765.
     Paul MacPherson married Margaret McLean on 19 January 1782 in Nairn.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1770 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1770.
     Paul MacPherson married Isabel Cameron on 4 June 1798 in Nairn.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1843 - 22 April 1915)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1843.
     Paul died on 22 April 1915 in Brackletter Spean Bridge (no fixed residence), Fort William, Lochaber district, Inverness-shire. Paul Pherson, pedlar single, aged 72, family unknown.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1835 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1835 in Kilmalie, Argyllshire. He was the son of Donald MacPherson and Susan Grant?

Abbe Paul Macpherson

(4 March 1756 - 24 November 1846)
     Abbe Paul Macpherson was born on 4 March 1756 in Scalan, Glenlivet, Inveravon, Banffshire. He was the son of Paul Macpherson and Janet Cummin.
     He stated: My father was Paul McPherson who had a small farm at Scalan in Glenlivet. His great grandfather John left Badenoch for a motive not very honourable...

He wrote: I was born in Scalen at Glenlivet in lawful ... on 4 March 1756 of Paul Macpherson and Janet Cummin both Catholics and baptized by Mr Wiliam Grant. I was sent at six years of age after I lost my mother, to a Catholic school that kept at Clasmore there I contrived for a year but raised little benefit from it. An old woman in the neighbourhood of my father's farm taught school finding I made little proficience at lasmore I was sent to this teacher where I made rapid progess for the good old woman paid all the attention in her powers she taught me to read but could not teach me to write
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     Paul died on 24 November 1846 in Glenlivet, Inveravon, Banffshire, aged 90. He was buried? at Chapeltown.

Captain Paul MacPherson

(before 1720 - 22 June 1761)
     Captain Paul MacPherson was born before 1720.
     Captain Paul MacPherson served in the military in 1738. He may be the Paul who enlisted in Perthshire during 1738, a soldier of the Black Watch, imprisoned in the Tower of London on a charge of desertion, who was transferred to Lt Gen Dalzell's Regt of Foot in the Leeward Islands on 11 August 1743, a Protestant. The regimental history gives the executed deserters as Malcolm & Samuel not Paul. However there were 2 Pauls among the mutineers. One was sent to Georgia with Oglethorpe's 42nd and the other to the Leeward Islands to join Dalzell's Regiment (38th).




Paul McPherson.
     Captain Paul MacPherson served in the military as a Lieutenant in the 42nd Regt but was not listed in 1757 in 1739.
     Paul was buried on 22 June 1761 in Inverness, Scotland.

Corporal Paul MacPherson

     Corporal Paul MacPherson served in the military on 24 February 1791. He was discharged to the Invalid Company on 14 April 1781 after 13 years service in the 42nd Regt commaned by Lord John Murray - but after 9 years now worn out.

Paul MacPherson (17th century)

(circa 1660 - )
     This may be the Paul MacPherson of Towie and his wife Isobell Innes who were mentioned in the Banff Registers of Sasines 17 July 1676. Also mentioned on 8 Nov 1694 was Lachlan, son of Paul M'Pherson of Knockan.. Paul MacPherson (17th century) was born circa 1660 in Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of unlinked early MacPherson.
     Paul MacPherson (17th century) married Isabell Innes before 1676.

Children of Paul MacPherson (17th century) and Isabell Innes

Paul's gt grandfather Macpherson

     Paul's gt grandfather Macpherson was the son of John MacPherson.

Child of Paul's gt grandfather Macpherson

Penelope MacPherson (Longmore)

(14 May 1848 - 3 January 1889)
     Penelope MacPherson (Longmore) was born on 14 May 1848 in Eskimore, Glenlivet, Inveravon, Banffshire, Scotland. She was christened on 15 May 1848 in the Braes of Glenlivet RC chapel, Inveravon, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart. William and Penelope were listed as the children of Peter MacPherson in the 1851 census in Seatown Rd, Port Tannachy, Rathven, Banffshire.
     Penelope died on 3 January 1889 in Inveravon, Banffshire, Scotland, aged 40. She left issue..

Penuel MacPherson

(30 November 1830 - )
     Penuel MacPherson was christened on 30 November 1830 in Cromdale, Inverness-shire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James MacPherson and Penuel Grant.

Peter MacPherson

(23 November 1819 - 4 October 1904)
     Peter MacPherson was born on 23 November 1819 in Blackhaugh, Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander MacPherson and Anne Grant. Peter MacPherson was christened on 27 November 1819 in Kirkmichael. Peter, son of Alexander McPherson in Blackhaugh by Ann Grant his spouse was born the 23rd, bapt the 27 Nov 1819..
     Peter MacPherson and Peter MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in Mains, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Peter McPherson aged 18, was a male servant in the household headed by George Stuart, farmer at Mains. Peter MacPherson was listed in a directory dated 1844 as Peter McPherson, Hardware shop at 44 North Gallery, Newmarket, Aberdeen. He and John Emslie witnessed Paul MacPherson and Jane Emslie's wedding on 12 September 1844 in St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     He may have been the Peter, residing at Ballinbone, who married Elizabeth Stuart residing at Mains of Inverourie, both of this parish, 9 Dec 1847 at Kirkmichael? However this Peter went on to have 6 children and died at Rothes. See George Watts notes. He was not in Kirkmichael in 1851 census. Peter was a farm servant before 1848.. He was listed in a directory dated between 1848 and 1849 as Hatters: Peter McPherson, manufacturer at 14 Market Gallery, Aberdeen.
     Peter MacPherson lived at Banff, Banffshire, Scotland, June 1849. He was a hat manufacturer.
     Peter MacPherson married Ann Murray on 25 June 1849 in the United Presbyterian church, St Nicholas Lane, Aberdeen. Peter McPherson, hat manufacturer, Banff, and Ann Murray, residing in Dee St in this parish signified their purpose of marriage by Mr Alex Crombie Elder and being thrice proclaimed, they were married on the 25th June 1849 by the Rev Henry Angus, Minister of the United Presbyterian Chuch, St Nicholas Lane, Aberdeen.
This marriage is also proclaimed in Banff, Banffshire on 23rd June 1849 Peter Mcpherson, formerly Farm Servant, now hat maker in Banff and Ann Murray in the parish of Old Machar, were contracted for the purpose of Marriage and afyrt public Proclamations in the Parish Church were married by the Revd. Henry? Angus Minr. of the United Prespyterian Church, Aberdeen on 25th June 1849. Below the entry there is an N.B. Farm Servant" was inserted afterwards at Mr McPherson's desire. Signed Alex. Smith, S.C..
     Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray arrived per "Catherine" on 26 May 1851 at Adelaide, South Australia. Peter (aged 31, labourer, Banff) and his wife Ann (aged 30) with their infant daughter Margaret. They departed Liverpool 9 Feb 1851 via Plymouth and arrived at Port Adelaide on Monday 26 May.. Peter MacPherson was listed in a directory dated 1854 as Peter McPherson, gold miner at Heathcote, Victoria. He was listed in a directory dated 1856 as Peter McPherson, miner at Alma, Victoria. He was listed in a directory dated from 1858 as Peter McPherson, farmer at Bet Bet, Victoria.
     Gary McPherson holds a 'Forget me not' card dated 1868 from Mrs George Gordon of Aberdeen in which she describes herself as sister to Paul McPherson of Newmarket, Peter McPherson of Bet Bet & Alexander Borland of Laanecoorie. He was listed in a directory dated 1868 as Peter McPherson, farmer at Eddington, Victoria. He was listed in a directory dated 1871 as P McPherson, farmer at Bet Bet, Victoria. He was listed in a directory dated between 1884 and 1885 as Peter McPherson at Eddington. He was listed in a directory dated 1899 as Peter McPherson, farmer at Eddington.
          The Cyclopedia of Victoria states that he was born in Scotland in 1819. At home he learned the trade of hatter, and worked at it as a journeyman in England & Scotland, as he also did for a few months after his arrival in South Australia in 1851. Crossing over into Victoria he went to the Forest Creek and other goldfields, where he engaged in mining for some time with considerable success. After that he proceeded to his present location and selected 80 acres of land, to which he has gradually added so much that he now holds 320 acres, which he uses for agriculture and dairy farming, and besides he has an orchard.
Eddington reflections states that Peter McPherson, an early settler in the Eddington district, was born in Scotland in 1819. He trained as a hatter and worked for established hatters in Scotland and England. He arrived in Adelaide in 1851 where he carried on his trade for several months before moving to the Victorian goldfield of Forest Creek (Castlemaine). After working successfully for some time at Forest Creek he selected 80 acres of land at Eddington. By the 1880s he had increased his holding to 320 acres and was [using] the land for agriculture, dairying and an orchard. There is a memorial window to Mr & Mrs P McPherson in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, erected when the church was extensively renovated.
Mrs Heena McPherson, in her letter dated 29 May 89, states that William had a sister Anne ? who married a Formby and a brother Alix, but she didn't know them
The original property owned by Peter McPherson at Betley was named "Logie" and was situated on the Bet Bet Creek a mile or so downstream from Betley, on the road to Eddington. The home was built on the north side of the Creek and the ruins are still visible and the large cellar is quite distinct. The cellar measures 36 x 12 feet (the wedding breakfast for Edith & Neil Forbes was held there and seated almost 100 people). Before 1910 Betley was known as Middle Bridge. The property was mixed farming with wheat and crops, sheep, cows etc. and fruit trees along the creek flats. His son Charles then lived on the property until 1922 when he moved to Shepparton. Peter's son Willie had a farm nearby called "Laurie" [Letter from Barry Klemm 27 Feb 1990].
     Peter MacPherson made a will dated 16 November 1901.
     Peter died on 4 October 1904 in Middlebridge, Betley, Victoria, aged 84. MCPHERSON.- On the 4th October, at his residence, Middlebridge, Peter Mcpherson, native of Banffshire, Scotland, aged 84 years. (A colonist of 53 years.). He was buried on 5 October 1904 in Eddington.
     His will was proved on 13 December 1904 in Victoria. Peter McPherson, late of Middlebridge, farmer. His estate was valued at £970/13/- and later at £2675/13/-.

Children of Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray

Peter MacPherson

(1856 - 1933)
     Peter MacPherson was born in 1856 in Alma, Victoria. He was the son of Paul MacPherson and Jane Emslie. Peter MacPherson was admitted to the hospital, Maryborough, between 1892 and 1907. Peter was admitted on April 11 1892 aged 36 farmer of Newmarket, single, Presbyterian, native of Alma. He was again admitted 7 Nov 1902, labourer, of Carisbrook, married. Emergency admission 30 May 1905, of Maryborough, and again admitted 19 Aug 1907.
     Peter was a defendant in a court case on 6 January 1892 in Maryborough, Victoria. He was convicted on a charge of "furious riding".
     In Paul MacPherson's will dated 24 September 1897 in Carisbrook, Victoria, Peter MacPherson was named as heir. Paul left all my real estate to my son Peter McPherson of Newmarket; Paul McPherson of Newmarket, near Carisbrook, farmer - ... Maryborough Benevolent Society £5, Victorian Alliance £10, unto my grandson Paul McPherson Robertson such of my deposit receipts in the London Bank of Australia Ltd, Maryborough, as may be current at the time of my decease together with such an amount out my person.... £50, unto my daughter Janet Balgowan Barr the sum of fifty pounds subject to ... by her husband Andrew Barr, Mrs Selina Earl of Maryborough, grocer..., unto my daughter Sarah Burns the sum of fifty pounds, my daughter Martha Jennings... grand-daughter Margaret McCulloch, grand-daughter Matilda McCulloch, niece Mary Harwood [Hurwood], son-in-law Henry Perryman, son Paul McPherson, son Peter McPherson, in equal proportions to my daughters Jane McCulloch and Mary Ann Robertson I devise all my real estate unto my son Peter McPherson and I hereby appoint Archibald McCrab of Deep Creek, (R McCulloch)?, my son Peter McPherson of Newmarket, farmer, executor... He was the informant at the death of Paul MacPherson, on 25 February 1898.
     Peter was a defendant in a court case between 18 October 1905 and 8 August 1905 in Maryborough. He was convicted for drunkenness.
     Peter died in 1933 in Maryborough, Victoria.

Peter MacPherson

(circa 1775 - )
     Peter MacPherson was also known as Peter MacPherson (of Gaulrig) in records. He was born circa 1775 in Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of unlinked early MacPherson.

Child of Peter MacPherson

Peter MacPherson

(before 1763 - )
     Peter MacPherson was born before 1763 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of unlinked early MacPherson.
     Peter MacPherson married Isobel Fleming. Peter MacPherson was a tenant of the Duke of Gordon in 1821 in Bellanloan, Kirkmichael. The factor described him as "Peter McPherson, of Bellanloan, a most litigious character, he and his family are very troublesome, and should not remain on the estate'.

Child of Peter MacPherson and Isobel Fleming

Peter MacPherson

(circa 1819 - 7 June 1884)
     Peter MacPherson was born circa 1819 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He may be the son of Peter who was "not a good tenant and to be removed from the estate".. He was the son of Alexander MacPherson and Anne Grant.
     Peter MacPherson and Peter MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in Mains, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Peter McPherson aged 18, was a male servant in the household headed by George Stuart, farmer at Mains.
     He may have been the Peter, residing at Ballinbone, who married Elizabeth Stuart residing at Mains of Inverourie, both of this parish, 9 Dec 1847 at Kirkmichael? However this Peter went on to have 6 children and died at Rothes. See George Watts notes. He was not in Kirkmichael in 1851 census.
     Peter MacPherson married Elizabeth Stuart on 9 December 1847 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT. Peter Mcpherson, res. at Ballinbone & Eliz Stuart res. at Mains of Inverourie, both of this parish.
     Peter MacPherson was also reported as having married Elizabeth Stuart on 15 December 1847 in Enzie, Rathven, Banffshire, Scotland. The marriage was proclaimed at Kirkmichael on 9 December 1847. He was of Ballinloan and she was of Maines of Inverourie, Kirkmichael, but one of the children's birth certificate states that they married at Enzie. Their children were baptised at the RC chapel in the Braes of Glenlivet. They then moved to New Spynie by 1852 then to Orbliston in the parish of Speymouth by 1856. In 1858 they were at Blackhills in the parish of Elgin. All the children were baptised as Catholics, but he was described as a Protestant in 1861. By 1865 they were living at Rothes.
     Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart were recorded on the 1851 census in Seatown Rd, Port Tannachy, Rathven, Banffshire. Peter McPherson, 31, blacksmith, and in place of birth it had N.K. His wife was Betty aged 27 and born in Inveravon and the children were Penelopy (sic) aged 2 and William aged 1.
     Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart appeared on the 1861 census in Newland, Elgin, Moray. Peter McPherson, head, 40, blacksmith, b. Kirkmichael; Elisabeth McPherson, 38, b. Inveravon, William, 11, Scholar, b. Inveravon; Margaret, 9, b. Newspynie, Ann, 7 ditto, Elisabeth, 5, b. Speymouth, Christian, 3, b. Elgin.
     Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart appeared on the 1871 census in Back Street, Rothes, Moray. Peter McPherson, head, married, 51, Lab. born Kirkmichael, Elizabeth McPherson, wife, 50, b. Inveraven; William McPherson, son, U, 20, Lab. Inveraven; Elizabeth McPherson, daughter, U,14, Speymouth; Christina McPherson, daughter, U, 12, Elgin; Adam S. McPherson, son, U, 5, Rothes.
     Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart appeared on the 1881 census in Land St, Rothes, Moray. Peter McPherson married aged 61, ag. lab. born Kirkmichael, Banff with his wife Elizabeth aged 60, born Glenlivet and son Adam S McPherson, aged 16, born Rothes, scholar and Adam Harrold, grandson aged 13 months, born Rothes.
     Peter died of diabetes mellitus on 7 June 1884 in Rothes, Moray. His birthplace and parentage were not known, he was a blacksmith (journeyman) aged 66. The informant was his brother-in-law Charles Stuart, Old St, Rothes.

Children of Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart

Peter MacPherson

(13 September 1861 - )
     Peter MacPherson was born on 13 September 1861 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. He was christened on 13 September 1861 in the RC chapel, Elgin. He was the son of Peter MacPherson and Elizabeth Stuart. Peter in 1891, Rothes, Moray, Scotland.

Peter MacPherson

(circa 1827 - )
     Peter MacPherson was born circa 1827 in Abernethy, Inverness-shire, Scotland. He was the son of unlinked 19C MacPherson.
     Peter MacPherson was recorded on the 1851 census in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was a 23 year old unmarried farm servant, born Abernethy, Inverness, working for Robert McGregor.

Peter MacPherson

(16 November 1790 - )
     Peter MacPherson was born on 16 November 1790 in Belblair, Nairn, Nairnshire. He was the son of Paul MacPherson and Margaret (?). Peter MacPherson was christened on 25 November 1790 in Nairn, Nairnshire. Witnessed by Peter Dunbar of Boath and Peter Dunbar in town..