Catherine MacRae

(circa 1856 - 1950)
     Catherine MacRae was born circa 1856 in Mt William, Kilmore, Victoria. Birthdate was erased - to be followed up..
     Catherine MacRae married Edmond Colbert, son of William Colbert (of Cloyne) and Margaret Kinealy or Kennealy, on 24 November 1874 in Springfield, Victoria, Australia.
     Catherine died in 1950 in Kyabram, Victoria, Australia.

Children of Catherine MacRae and Edmond Colbert

Elizabeth Stella MacRae

(19 November 1915 - July 1995)
     Elizabeth Stella MacRae was born on 19 November 1915 in Cairo, Egypt. Her nephew states 1914. She was the daughter of Henry St George Murray MacRae.
     The marriage of Elizabeth Stella MacRae and John Henry Campbell was registered in Devon, England, in the December 1943 quarter.
     Elizabeth died in July 1995 in Salisbury RD, Wiltshire, England, aged 79.

Ellen MacRae

(circa 1853 - )
     Ellen MacRae married Unknown Unknown. Ellen MacRae was born circa 1853 in Ipswich, Suffolk.
     The marriage of Ellen MacRae and Abraham Sutton Hammond, son of William Hammond and Mary Sutton, was registered in Suffolk, in the September 1900 quarter.

Child of Ellen MacRae and Unknown Unknown

Ethel MacRae

(circa 1888 - )
     Ethel MacRae was born circa 1888 in Wandsworth, London, Surrey. She was the daughter of Unknown Unknown and Ellen MacRae.

Henry Napier MacRae CBE

(27 January 1851 - 18 January 1915)
Henry Napier McRae (1851-1915)
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE was born on 27 January 1851 in Ferozepore/Firozpur, Lahore, Punjab (Bengal Presidency), India (now Pakistan). He was the son of Surgeon Major James McRae (b. 1803 Edinburgh), Indian Army.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE appeared on the 1861 census in 'The Poplars', Figs Marsh, Mitcham, Surrey. Archibald S McRae, 14, born Benares, India & Henry N McRae, 10, born Ferzapor, scholars, were boarders with Albert Grover, schoolmaster.
     He served in the Indian Army from 1871 to 1914 in India. He received his first commission in the 8th Foot on 25 March 1871; Lieutenant 28 October 1871; Bengal Staff Corps 15 August 1874 with the 45th Bengal Infantry; Captain 25 March 1883; Major 7 December 1888; Lt Col 25 March 1897; Commandant of 45th Regt 19 April 1899; CB 20 May 1898.
Served in Afghanistan 1787-80, North West Frontier 1884, Hazara 1888, North West Frontier 1897-8 (dispatches twice, medal with two clasps, CB); ADC to Queen Victoria and Edward VII; North West Frontier 1901-2 (despatches).
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE appeared on the 1871 census in Royal Engineers & Royal Engineer Dept, Aldershot, Hampshire. Henry Napier McRae, visitor, unmarried, 20, Ensign 8th Regt Infantry, born India.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE married Ellen Louisa Murray, daughter of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty, on 8 August 1877 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore, Punjab (Bengal Presidency), India (now Pakistan). The Times of India reported: Aug 8 at Meean Meer Henry Napier McRae, 45th Rattrays Sikhs to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the Rev H Murray, Senior Chaplain Bengal Eccl Establishment. Henry Napier MacRae CBE was awarded the Humane Society's silver medal and Stanhope gold medal for saving life in 1886.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Henry St George Murray MacRae appeared on the 1891 census in 4 Pemberton Gardens, Islington. Henry N McRae, was a widower, 40/46?, Major of the Indian Staff Corps, born Ferozepore, Punjant India, boarding with Janet Hunter and her sons, along with his children?, Henry Murray McRae, 12, born Miann Mer, Punjab, India and daughter Jessie F McRae, 9, both scholars, born Gulmurz, Cashmere, India.
     The marriage of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison was registered in Barton Regis RD, England, in the September 1895 quarter.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison appeared on the 1901 census in Houghton, Hampshire. Mildred E N McRae, was listed as wife's sister, 33, born Scotland, with her husband Henry N McRae, 50... Indian Staff Corps, born India and their presumed daughters (visitors) Jessie F L McRae 19, born Kashmir?, India, and Mary F E McRae 4, born India in the household of Edwin (born Sheffield) & Frances (born Ceylon) Firth/Frith.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE lived at 'Lynchmere', Petersfield, Hampshire.
     Henry Napier MacRae CBE married Isobel Alice Unknown before 1915?.
     Henry died on 18 January 1915 aged 63. See: www.vincentbrooks.blogspot.com/ for references to the McRae famiily.
     His will was proved on 16 February 1915 at the Principal Probate Registry, London, England. Henry Napier McRae, of Lynchmere, Petersfield, Hampshire, died 18 Jan 1915, to Isobel Alice McRae, widow. Effects under £1380/10/-.
     The Dictionary of Indian Biography states: Born Jan. 27, 1851 : son of Surgeon- Major James McRae : educated privately: entered the Army, 1871, and the Indian Staff Corps, 1874 : served in Afghanistan, 1878-80 : Bazar Valley expedition, etc. : in the Zhob Valley, 1884 : Hazara expedition, 1888, Brevet-Major : N.W. Frontier, 1897-98 : the relief of Malakand, Buner, etc. : C.B. : Waziristan expedition, 1901-2 : Officiating in Command of the Assam District : A.D.C. to H.M. the King..

Children of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Ellen Louisa Murray

Child of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison

Henry St George Murray MacRae

(10 November 1878 - 28 December 1962)
     Henry St George Murray MacRae was born on 10 November 1878 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore, Punjab (Bengal Presidency). Meean Meer was a large military contoment in the southeast suburbs of Lahore. He was the son of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Ellen Louisa Murray. Henry St George Murray MacRae was christened on 4 December 1878 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore.
     Henry St George Murray MacRae and Henry Napier MacRae CBE appeared on the 1891 census in 4 Pemberton Gardens, Islington. Henry N McRae, was a widower, 40/46?, Major of the Indian Staff Corps, born Ferozepore, Punjant India, boarding with Janet Hunter and her sons, along with his children?, Henry Murray McRae, 12, born Miann Mer, Punjab, India and daughter Jessie F McRae, 9, both scholars, born Gulmurz, Cashmere, India.
     He served as an Army officer from 1899 to 1930 in India. He received his first commission on 4 January 1899 and transferred to the Indian Army 12 September 1900. He served with the 45th Sikhs, later Ludhiana Sikhs, became Colonel 11 June 1927 and retired 14 May 1930.
     Henry St George Murray MacRae served in the War between 1914 and 1918. In 1917 he was mentioned in despatches for working as " a hard working and capable staff officer. His work has been excellent throughout: in the 45th Sikhs with the 4th Austrlalian Division.
     Henry St George Murray MacRae and Kate Ella Hooper, Arthur Frederick Hooper, Sydney Benjamin Hooper, Kate Florence Murray, Gertrude Annie Murray, Charles Henry Hooper and Frederick Hooper were beneficiaries in Mary Ann Gillham's will dated 30 April 1919 in Maida Vale, Middlesex.
     Henry St George Murray MacRae made a will dated 15 May 1952 in Budleigh Salterton, Devon. This is the last will of me Henry St George Murray McRae of 'Kenwardston", Budleigh Salterton in the county of Devon, a colonel in His Majesty's Indian Army (retired) DSO, OBE. I appoint John Henry Campbell of Lilac Cottage, 12 Heathcote Rd, Epsom, Surrey bank official and Henry Kenneth Garton of 8 Moore St Chelsea SW3 bank official to be executors and trustees I direct my trustees to give effect to any expression of my wishes contained in any letter or memorandum left with my will or papers at my death I bequeath the following legacies to the Budleigh Salterton branch of the British Legion £100
To Frank H Pinney of Upalong Knowle Budleigh Salterton £50 and in the event of F H Pinney predeceasing me then to his wife Dorothy Pinnery
I devise all my estate unto my Trustees upon Trust I declare that no sale shall be effected of the house in which I now reside known as Kenwardston during the widowhood of my wife without her consent in writing
My Trustees shall hold my estate upon trust to pay the income unto my wife during her life
After the death of my wife my trustees shall hold my residuary estate in trust for my daughters Elizabeth Stella Campbell and Esme Jean Garton in equal shares
Dated 15 May 1952 - H St G M McRae, Colonel. Witnesses: W V H Cox, Budleigh Salterton, solicitor, W A J Marker, clerk to Hull & Coxe, solicitors, Budleigh Salterton.

     Henry died on 28 December 1962 in Devon, England, aged 84.
     His will was proved on 25 February 1963 at Exeter. His effects were worth £6582.7.0.

Child of Henry St George Murray MacRae

Isabella MacRae

(before 1845 - )
     Isabella MacRae was born before 1845.
     Isabella MacRae married Paul MacPherson, son of Murdoch MacPherson and Christy Fraser, on 24 January 1860 in Strath, Inverness-shire.

Jessie F MacRae

(before April 1882 - )
     Jessie F MacRae was born before April 1882 in Gulmurz/Gulmarg, Kashmir, India. She was the daughter of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Ellen Louisa Murray. Jessie F MacRae listed in the 1891 census with Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Henry St George Murray MacRae in 4 Pemberton Gardens, Islington. Jessie F MacRae was listed in the 1901 census in Houghton, Hampshire, and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison.

Mary F E MacRae

(before April 1897 - )
     Mary F E MacRae was born before April 1897 in India. She was the daughter of Henry Napier MacRae CBE and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison. Mary F E MacRae was listed in the 1901 census in Houghton, Hampshire, and Mildred Elizabeth K Harrison.

James or Angus Macrory Lord Bute

Child of James or Angus Macrory Lord Bute

Jeano or Joan Macrory

     Jeano or Joan Macrory married Alexander Stewart 4th High Steward, son of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward and Lady Beatrix Angus. It is said that they had three sons and a daughter Elizabeth who married the Governor of Berwick upon Tweed, Sir William de Douglas, who died a prisoner in the Tower of London before 1299.
However the identity of Alexander's wife is uncertain. Some secondary sources erroneously identify her as Jean, daughter of James, son of Angus, son of Somerled.. Jeano or Joan Macrory was born in Bute, Scotland. She was the grand-daughter or daughter of Angus, Lord of Bute and Arran (son of Somerled of the Isles). She was the daughter of James or Angus Macrory Lord Bute.

Children of Jeano or Joan Macrory and Alexander Stewart 4th High Steward

Annun ap Macsen Wledig

     Annun ap Macsen Wledig was born in Wales. He was the son of Macsen Wledig, Maximus, Emperor.

Child of Annun ap Macsen Wledig

Farquhar MacTaggart Earl of Ross

     Farquhar MacTaggart Earl of Ross was born. He was the son of the lay patron of Applecross, who founded the abbey of Fearn in the early 1220s on a site in Kincardine parish....
     About 1215 Farquhar helded Alexander II to crush rebellion in Moray and Ross and was rewarded with the earldom which, until then, seems to have been part of the province of Moray RMS II i, App II)..

Child of Farquhar MacTaggart Earl of Ross

William MacTaggart Earl of Ross

( - 1274)
     William MacTaggart Earl of Ross was the son of Farquhar MacTaggart Earl of Ross.
     William died in 1274 in Fearn, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He died at Earl's Allayne, probably very near Fearn..

Child of William MacTaggart Earl of Ross

Mary Macy

(say 1710 - 16 January 1748/49 or 11 February 1748/49)
     Mary Macy was born say 1710 in Devon, England.
     Mary Macy married Henry Ruby, son of William Ruby and Mary Unknown, on 4 September 1727 in Widecombe, Devon. Mary was present at Joseph Ruby's christening on 5 January 1728/29 in Widecombe, Devon. Mary was present at Elizabeth Ruby's christening on 10 April 1731 in Widecombe, Devon. Mary Macy was widowed before 25 January 1731/32 on the death of her husband Henry Ruby.
     Mary died on 16 January 1748/49 or 11 February 1748/49 in Widecombe, Devon. She was described as Mary Ruby, widow. The date varies between the printed register and the originals.
The three previous Ruby burials are for Mary Macy's children & husband, but there is also another Mary Ruby, widow buried 1 Feb 1751/2.
Note that a Mary Ruby married Richard Brooking at Widecombe 6 Jan 1713/4 so neither could be her.
. Conflicting evidence states that Mary Macy died on 1 February 1751/52 in Widecombe, Devon. Mary Ruby, widow..

Children of Mary Macy and Henry Ruby

Ellen Madan

(7 September 1762 - before 29 April 1821)
     Ellen Madan was also known as Eleanor in records. She was christened on 7 September 1762 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire.
     Ellen Madan married John Popplewell as his second wife, on 19 December 1784 in All Saints, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond/allegation described him as a widower aged 21 and she was single aged 21, both of the parish.
     Ellen died before 29 April 1821 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 29 April 1821 in Gainsborough.

Children of Ellen Madan and John Popplewell

Efa ferch Madog ap Gwenwynwyn

     Efa ferch Madog ap Gwenwynwyn married Iorwerth ab Owain Brogyntyn (?), son of Owain Brogyntyn ap Cadwgon ap Madog. Efa ferch Madog ap Gwenwynwyn was the daughter of Madog ap Gwenwynwyn (?).

Child of Efa ferch Madog ap Gwenwynwyn and Iorwerth ab Owain Brogyntyn (?)

Cadwgon ap Madog

Dwyfnerth ap Madog

     Dwyfnerth ap Madog was the son of Madog Modogian ap Merchydd (?).

Child of Dwyfnerth ap Madog

Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog

     Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog was born in Wales.
     Gruffudd died in of Llanuwchllyn, Wales. He was the son of Madog ap Iorwerth (?). Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog was also known as Gruffydd ap Madog in records.
     Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog married Gwenllian f Hywel ap Maredudd (?), daughter of Hywel ap Maredudd ap Hywel (?).

Children of Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog and Gwenllian f Hywel ap Maredudd (?)

Gruffudd Maelor ap Madog

( - 1191)
     Gruffudd Maelor ap Madog was the son of Madog, ap Maredudd, Prince of Powys Fadog and Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan.
     Gruffudd Maelor ap Madog married Angharad ferch Owain Gwynedd, daughter of Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales and Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin.
     Gruffudd died in 1191.

Child of Gruffudd Maelor ap Madog and Angharad ferch Owain Gwynedd

Gwenllian ferch Madog

     Gwenllian ferch Madog married Yr Arglwydd Rhys ap Gruffudd, son of Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan. Gwenllian ferch Madog was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Madog, ap Maredudd, Prince of Powys Fadog and Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan.

Gwerful ferch Madog

     Gwerful ferch Madog married Ynyr ap Meurig, son of Meurig ap Madog and Gwenllian f Iowerth. Gwerful ferch Madog was the daughter of Madog ap Llywarch Fychan (?).

Child of Gwerful ferch Madog and Ynyr ap Meurig

Hywel ap Madog

( - 1142)
     Hywel ap Madog was the son of Madog ab Idnerth (?).
     Hywel died in 1142 in Wales.

Child of Hywel ap Madog

Iorwerth ap Madog

     Iorwerth ap Madog was the son of Madog ap Rhirid Flaidd and Efa ferch Philip Ddu.
     Iorwerth ap Madog married Gwerful ferch Cynwrig, daughter of Cynwrig ap Pasgen, in Wales.

Child of Iorwerth ap Madog and Gwerful ferch Cynwrig

Lleucu ferch Madog

     Lleucu ferch Madog was the daughter of Madog ab Elise (?).

Child of Lleucu ferch Madog

Llewelyn ap Madog

     Llewelyn ap Madog was the son of Gruffudd Anglwydd Dinas Bran (?).

Madog Vychan ap Madog

( - 7 December 1269)
     Madog Vychan ap Madog was buried in Abbey Llanegwrst or Valle Crucis in Yale, Wales. He was born. Madog, the legitimate son of Gruffudd ap Madog (d. 1269) by Emma de
Aldithelegh, was lord of Maelor Gymraeg (Bromfield), Ial (Yale), Chirk, and
Nanheudwy; he died in 1277, leaving his wife Margaret, and two infant sons, Llywelyn and Gruffudd. These two children were drowned in 1281 by their Norman guardians in the river Dee under the bridge of Caer Leonis (Holt Castle). See J.Y.W. Lloyd's The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog...(1881), vol.I. He was the son of Madog ap Gruffudd Maelor.
     Madog died on 7 December 1269 in Wales.

Margred ferch Madog

Child of Margred ferch Madog and Iorweth Drwyndwn ab Owain Gwynedd

Meurig ap Madog

     Meurig ap Madog was born in Wales. He was the son of Madog ap Cadwgon ap Madog.
     Meurig ap Madog married Gwenllian f Iowerth.

Child of Meurig ap Madog and Gwenllian f Iowerth