Paul MacPherson

(26 April 1772 - )
     Paul MacPherson was christened on 26 April 1772 in Kingussie & Insch, Inverness-shire, Scotland. He was the son of Paul MacPherson and Janet Cattanach.

Paul Macpherson

(say 1730 - )
     Paul Macpherson was born say 1730. Young Paul McPherson’s father had a brother John who leased land at the Clash of Scalan from Mistress Gordon of Lettoch.. He was the son of Abbe Paul's grandfather Macpherson.
Paul Macpherson married Janet Cummin.

Children of Paul Macpherson and Janet Cummin

Paul MacPherson

(5 December 1835 - )
     Paul MacPherson was christened on 5 December 1835 in Strath, Inverness-shire. He was the son of Murdoch MacPherson and Christy Fraser.
     Paul MacPherson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Murdoch MacPherson and Christy Fraser in Lower Breakish, Strath, Inverness-shire.
     Paul MacPherson and Murdoch MacPherson were recorded on the 1851 census in Strath, Inverness-shire. Murdoch Mcpherson, 35, born Crieff, Perthshire, crofter of 3 acres; wife Chirsty Mcpherson     41, born Strath, children Paul Mcpherson,15, born Strath, William Mcpherson 13, John Mcpherson 8, Flora Mcpherson 3, all born at Strath.
Paul MacPherson married Isabella MacRae on 24 January 1860 in Strath, Inverness-shire.

Paul MacPherson

(20 October 1834 - before 1835)
     Paul MacPherson was christened on 20 October 1834 in Strath, Inverness-shire. He was the son of Murdoch MacPherson and Christy Fraser.
     Paul died before 1835.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1746 - 28 May 1828)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1746 in Banffshire, Scotland. His children's names suggest his father was Daniel/Donald and Mary/Margaret or Isabella - Mary's positiion in the family is not established.
See http://www.geocities.com/heartland/prairie/8367/ for more on the descendants of this man. Although he was possibly born in Banffshire, it is not yet proven whether he links into my family.
Paul MacPherson served in the military in His Majesty's 17th Regiment of Foot. He was discharged 29 July 1819 aged 73 from 1763 to 1783. He ended military service on 2 May 1781 in New York, USA. He was discharged as a 35 year old private soldier having served for 20 years and being disabled in one arm. He was 5 foot 8 inches tall, without shoes; having a black complexion and born in Banff, a labourer. He received 2 months pay to carry him to Europe.
Paul MacPherson married Mary Oliver circa 1784. His children were Mary, Margaret 1875-1873, Daniel/Donald 1788-1868, James 1790-1878, John Murdoch 1793-1871, Robert 1795-1893, Isabella 1797 -, Hibbert 1800-1865

HIs daughter, Margaret McPherson, born in 1785 iin N.S.,is V James Great, Great,Great, Grandmother. Margaret McPherson married Jabez Leet, they had a son, Oliver 'Paul" Leet, who in turn married Margaret Cresine, who in turn had a daughter, Margaret Cassells Leet, who in turn married James Alexander Fraser, who in turn had a son, who is my Father.
His 1781 discharge papers are copied with an outer wrapper> dated 26 July 1819 stating he was aged 73.
     Paul died on 28 May 1828 in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, Canada. Another online tree gives his death as 18 May 1828 aged 94, however all the sources from Ancestry online trees.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1811 - 1881)
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1811 in Laggan, Inverness-shire.
Paul MacPherson married Jane MacPherson on 3 July 1838 in Kingussie & Insch, Inverness-shire.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1841 census in Balgown, Laggan, Inverness-shire. Paul Mcpherson, 30, ag. labourer, Jane Mcpherson, 30, Isabella Mcpherson, 8, Angus Mcpherson 2, John Mcpherson, 3 months.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1851 census in Laggan, Inverness-shire. Paul McPherson, head, 40, labourer, born Laggan; Jana Mcpherson 36, born Kingussie; chicldren Anges 12; John 10, Jessie 8, Margaret 6, Alexr, 4, Ewen 2, all born at Laggan.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1861 census in Balgown Private House, Laggan, Inverness-shire. He was an ag lab, aged 52, born at Laggan, with wife Jane, 45 and childrene, Angus, 22, John 29, Maggry 16, Alexnader 14, Lachlan 9, Ewen 7.
     Paul died in 1881 in Laggan, Inverness-shire. Paul McPherson aged 73, Laggan R D.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1824 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1824 in Tombrackie, Inveravon, Banffshire. He may be the son of Paul & Catherine Christie who had a son Paul in 1824.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1851 census in 3 Old Castle Gate, Banff, Banffshire. Paul McPherson aged 28, born Tombrackie, Banffshire, "book canvasser brothe"r, was a lodger with the Anderson family. This also fits withe the P McPherson, book seller, living with the Gordon family in Aberdeen in 1851.
     Paul MacPherson PO were involved in a criminal court case in 1855. One of these may be the Paul McPherson, labourer of Aberlour, aged 30, born Inveravon, who was in prison in Banff in 1855.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1871 census in Auchterless, Aberdeenshire. Paul McPherson, aged 47, born Glenlivet, Banffshire, labourer on roads, was boarding with the Forsyth family.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1773 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born circa 1773.
     Paul MacPherson was recorded on the 1841 census in Guestrow, Aberdeen East, Aberdeenshire. Paul Mcpherson, 68, shoe maker, Jane Mcpherson, 20, Eliza Mcpherson, 15, Mary Mcpherson, 14, Hugh McDoubale, 25, Geo Lettie, 20, Archibald Thomson, 18.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1660 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1660 in Banffshire, Scotland.
Discharge by Lachlan Mackintosche of Belnespeick, as executor of deceased Alexander Mackintosch, son of deceased William Mackintosche of Stron, to Donald Makpherson of Nuid, for 200 merks being part of the tocher of Janet Mackpherson, daughter of deceased Paul Mcpherson of Delradie which said Donald was bound to pay
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Letters of Inhibition following decreet of the Lords of Council and Session on 1st July 1680, at instance of James Mcintosh, merchant in Invernes, against Donald Mcqueen of Corribrugh [Corrybrough], eldest lawful son and heir of deceased Donald Mcqueen of Corriburgh, who was heir to deceased Angus Mcqueen of Corribrugh, proceeding on bond, dated 12th February 1650 and registered in the commissary court books of Invernes [Inverness], 8 November 1664, by the said Angus Mcqueen to Isobel and Janet Mcphersone [McPherson], lawful daughters of deceased Paul Mcpherson of Dalrady [Dalraddie] and of deceased Janet Mcphersone, his spouse, thereafter spouse to the said Angus Mcqueen, and on bond, dated 19 August 1652 and registered in sheriff court books of Invernes 24 February 1659, by John Mcbean in Knithyll, and the said Angus Mcqueen of Corribrugh, to deceased Angus Mcintosh, father of the said James. Enclosed:- Letters of horning and poinding, dated 6 November 1683, in respect of above bonds.
Bruce B Bishop in Banffshire: the people and the lands pt 3: the parish of Boharm prior to 1750 states: in 1686 the elders included Paul McPherson of Knockan.
p.12: Helen Makpherson, spouse of Archibald Innes of Auchlunkart is mentioned. Donald McPherson a soldier who had been wounded at Flanders was given aid.
Pt 4 the parish of Boharm from 1750 to 1850 on p 4-5 mentions of Jean McPpherson of Starhead & Jean & Marjory McPherson of Milben who contributed to the repair of the handbell of the church in 1763.
Page 6 Margaret Stuart of Crorie was with child, and she was said to have 'gone to ther Highlands'. The ministers of the neighbouring upland parishes were alerted to watch for her, but she eventually returned to Boharm of her own accord adn admitted that the father of the child was John McPherson (1771). Page 10 mentions James McPherson in1754 & 1762 paid rental for a seat in the Kirk. P. 15 lists Christen McPherson in 1767 for antenuptial fornication with Robert Harrie, and James McPherson in 1767 & 1773 given aid by the Kirk Session in 1767 and on the poor list by 1769. Husband of Helen MacKay, both described as old and infirm. Jean McPherson was also on the poor list in 1769. Page 17 mentions Isobel McPhreson on the poor list in 1775.
Assignation by Beatrix Gordon, relict of Donald Mcpherson of Nuid to Archibald Innes of Auchluncart, her son-in-law, of a bond for £1000 Scots by William Mcpherson, now of Nuid, with Paul Mcpherson of Knocken, John Grant of Gaich, and John Mcpherson of Beandachar as cautioners, in favour of said Beatrix in liferent and her daughter Helen Mcpherson, now spouse of said Archibald, in fee, dated 1 June, 1681, the said Archibald having granted a bond to said Beatrix for securing her in liferent in an annualrent of £60 Scots.
Instrument narrating the proceedings in regality court of Huntley regarding the action at instance of Paul Mcpherson, younger of Cluine, against William Mcpherson of Noids and his tenants for pasturing their cattle in the forests of Gaike and Corrivien
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Discharges by Paul Mcpherson, younger of Clun and Murdo Mcpherson of Clun, to Andrew Mcpherson of Ralea, for the duty of the third part of the lands of Dellnishelg 12 Jan 1710. Discharge by Paul Mcpherson of Clun to Andrew Mcpherson of Ralea for 80 merks as the ground duty of the lands of Dellneselgy 11 Jan 1711.
Minute of Agreement between Paul Mcpherson of Clune and Andrew Mcpherson in Dellneshelgg whereby said Andrew is to hold in tack for 2 years the eighteen part land called the Aird of Clune for yearly payment of £10 Scots and all duties thereof 13 Dec 1712.
Discharge by Paul Mcpherson of Clun to Marjorie Campbell, relict of Andrew Mcphersone, tacksman of Dellneselgg, (1) for 50 merks as his proportion of the duty of said lands and (2) of the 2 terms' duty of said lands and £14 Scots as 2 terms' stipend 22 Dec 1716.
Paul McPherson of Knockan's property was valued at £40 in Timperley's A Directory of Scottish Landownership in 1770' (Scottish Record Society, Edinburgh, 1976) taken from the land tax records. This shows all the named landowners for that year together with the names and values of their properties, in so far as these can be gleaned from the record. It gives an accurate sense of the type of information available from the original record.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1640 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1640.
A list of the heads of families in Laggan in 1679: Shirromore.-- John Roy Mac Vurrich in Shirramore, Paul Macpherson his son there, Murroch Macpherson his son there, Dougall Mac Gilliechallum there.
The name of Macpherson, so common in Laggan, is not to be found among its landowners until about the middle of the seventeenth century. Andrew Macpherson, who fought at Glenlivat, and was alive in 1648, sometimes styled "of Cluny," was latterly designed "of Grange" in Banffshire, and is so described in his son Ewen's contract of marriage with Anna, daughter of the first Duncan Forbes of Culloden, dated the 16th of November, and the 2nd of December, 1641. In this contract Ewen is designed of Cluny, and as only son of Andrew Macpherson of Grange. The bride's tocher was 5000 merks, the cautioners for Cluny's obligations being John Macpherson of Nuide, Donald Macpherson, his eldest lawful son and apparent heir, Ewen Macpherson of Brin, Paul Macpherson of Dairaddie, Dougal Macpherson of Ballachroan, and Alexander Macpherson of Essich, the principals at the time of the name.

Paul MacPherson

(circa 1600 - )
     Paul MacPherson was also known as Paul MacPherson (of Lonnie) in records. He was born circa 1600.
Donald McLean had a younger son, styled Hector Vic Coil Vic Ferquhar, who resided chiefly at Culcabock and married Margaret, daughter of Paul Macpherson of Lonnie.

Paul MacPherson

(before 1770 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born before 1770.
Paul MacPherson married Margaret (?) before 1790.

Child of Paul MacPherson and Margaret (?)

Paul MacPherson

(1739 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born in 1739 in Petty, Inverness-shire. He ended military service on 9 November 1795. Paul McPherson late private soldier in Fraser's Fencilble Regiment of Foot, aged 56, 5 feet, 9 inches high, born in the parish of Petty, Inverness has servied ten months in the above regiment and 23 years in the Royal Highlanders. Being found unfit for service is hereby discharged. He made his mark.

Paul MacPherson

(1720 - )
     Paul MacPherson was born in 1720 in Nairn. He is probably the son of Donald and was baptised 11 Nov 1720 at Nairn, but there was also sono f Donald & Elspet Anderson McInvig, baptised 9 April 1721 at Alvie. He ended military service on 10 April 1781. He was admitted as a Chelsea Pensioner aged 61, a Corporal, after 13 years service, since 10 years in Garrison, complaints: Gravel, residence: Nairn 25 Dec.
     Paul resided at Nairn, December 1781.

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 may be the Paul who died in 1895 in the Lochgilphead district, aged, who had been in the Argyll & Bute District Asylum from 1879. 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.
The seminary was built anew in 1767 on the east side of the Crombie, and in the June of that year, Paul, aged eleven was admitted. Before this he spent a year in the Catholic school at Clashnore. From the age of 7 years he was sent to an old woman in Scalan town who taught him to read but not write (she was unable to write). It was Mr Geddes (later bishop) who taught him to write and gave him tuition in religious studies.
Two years later, at the age of thirteen, he travelled to the Scots College in Rome to continue his studies; Owing to a crippling bout of fever he was sent to Valladolid in Spain where his old teacher Mr Geddes was Superior. It is said that he drank goat’s milk to recover his health, a tradition started by Bishop Gordon at Scalan. It should be noted that there is no reference to goats in the Scalan accounts, the milk was probably obtained locally. Paul regained his health and resumed his studies. He was ordained Sub-Deacon in Spain in 1778. On Easter Monday 1779 he was ordained priest by the Bishop of Segovia.
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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 Clasmore 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.