Sir James Macdonald

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Baron Macdonald - Macdonald Baronets, of Sleat (1625)
... Sir Donald Macdonald, 1st Baronet (died 1643) Sir James Macdonald, 2nd Baronet (died 1678) Sir Donald Macdonald, 3rd Baronet (died 1695) Sir Donald Macdonald, 4th Baronet (died 1718) Sir Donald Macdonald, 5th. 1697–1720) Sir James Macdonald, 6th Baronet (died 1723) Sir Alexander Macdonald, 7th Baronet (1711–1746) Sir James Macdonald, 8th Baronet (c. 1742–1766) Sir Alexander Macdonald, 9th Baronet (c ...
James - Other
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Clan Mac Donald Of Dunnyveg - History
... Clan Donald of Dunnyveg and the Glens was John Mor Tanister MacDonald who was the second son of John MacDonald also known as Good John of Islay, Lord of the Isles, 6th chief of Clan Donald and 1st ... John Mor Tanister MacDonald married Margaret Bissett of the Glens of Antrim ... John Mor was assassinated by James Campbell in 1427 ...
JHK
... JHK is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below James Herbert Keenan, more famously known as Maynard James Keenan, singer of bands Tool, A ...
Sir Hector Og Maclean, 15th Chief - Battle of Benbigrie
... a commission of fire and sword against the MacDonalds of Islay, and summoned the Chief of the Clan Mackinnon, MacLeod of Dunvegan, and MacNeil of Barra to his assistance ... Sir James MacDonald, 9th of Dunnyveg, in anticipation of this movement on the part of the young Lord of Duard, mustered together the whole gathering of Islay and Kintyre, and prepared himself ... followers of the Chief of Clan MacLean, upon this occasion, considerably outnumbered the MacDonalds but Sir James MacDonald, 9th of Dunnyveg, well aware that he need hope for no reconciliation with his enraged ...

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