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Dugal McQueen

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Birthplace: Moy, Corrybrough, on the Finhorn River, Inverness Shire, ScotlandInverness Shire, Highlands of Scotland
Death: March 26, 1746 (51-60)
Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John MacQueen and Anne Mackintosh
Husband of Glenda Sue McQueen; Elizabeth Macqueen and Grace Brown McQueen
Father of Elizabeth Ruth Brown; Anne Macqueen; Sarah Anne Logsdon; Sarah Darnall; Thomas McQueen, Sr and 3 others
Brother of John MacQueen; Hector McQueen; David McQueen and Alexander McQueen

Managed by: William James McQueen
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About Dugal McQueen

From https://bolesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/4-dugal-mcqueen-sco...

“Dugal, it was clear, was the son of John Macqueen by Anne, daughter of William Mackintosh, the 18th chief, and his wife Margaret Graham.”


Dugal MacQueen was born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland. He was thought to have lived in Strathdearn at Corryborough on the Findhorn River near Inverness. Dugal and the Highlanders believed that James of the Royal House of Stuart should be the King of Great Britain, so they started the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715. On November 14, 1715 Dugal was captured at the Battle of Preston by the English, tried at Carlisle and sentenced to transportation. On August 20, 1716 Dugal arrived at Baltimore, Maryland on the Friendship of Belfast commanded by Michael Mankin and sold into seven years ind endentured servitude to William Holland, Esq. His seven years of servitude should have been completed in 1723. Dugal named some of his children the same as William Holland's family, Francis, William and Thomas was the name of Holland's sons. They must have gotten along pretty well during Dugal's servitude.

In 1732 Dugal was a taxpayer in the Upper 100 of the Cliff, Calvert County, Maryland. On September 2, 1740 he received a land deed from the county court of Charles County, Maryland for seventy-two acres called Cranberry Plains located in Baltimore, County, now Carroll County near Westminster, Maryland. On March 26, 1746 Dugal signed his will in Baltimore County and it was filed in 1746 . A copy can be found at the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland, will book 25, pages 10 an d 11.



The McQueen Family by generations: http://shellypeters.webs.com/mcqueenfamilyhistory.htm

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Dugal was captured 14 No 1715 at Preston, Lancastershire, England when Gen Thomas Forster surrendered the Jacobite army to the English. He was shipped in chains with 79 other rebels from Liverpool on 24 My 1716 on board the ship Friendship arriving in Annapolis, Md on 20 Ag 1716 (31 Ag 1716). He was sold to William Holland as an indentured servant for 7 years on 25 Ag 1716 (5 Se 1716). He paid taxes as a landowner in Upper Cliffs Hundred in Calvert Co, Md in 1732/3.

On 1 Sept 1740 (12 Sep 1740) received a land patent for 72 acre Cranberry Plains between Little Pipe Creek and the great falls of the Patapsco in Baltimore Co. now near Westminster, Carroll Co, Md). His will was probated on 4 Mr 1746. Dugal literally means Black Viking or Dane.

http://www.danmcqueen.net/FamilyList.htm



Dugal MacQueen was born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland. He was thought to have lived in Strathdearn at Corryborough on the Findhorn River near Inverness. Dugal and the Highlanders believed that James of the Royal House of Stuart should be the King of Great Britain, so they started the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715. On November 14, 1715 Dugal was captured at the Battle of Preston by the English, tried at Carlisle and sentenced to transportation. On August 20, 1716 Dugal arrived at Baltimore, Maryland on the Friendship of Belfast commanded by Michael Mankin and sold into seven years ind endentured servitude to William Holland, Esq. His seven years of servitude should have been comp leted in 1723. Dugal named some of his children the same as William Holland's family, Francis, William and Thomas was the name of Holland's sons. They must have gotten along pretty well during Dugal's servitude. In 1732 Dugal was a taxpayer in the Upper 100 of the Cliff, Calvert County, Maryland. On September 2, 1740 he received a land deed from the county court of Charles County, Maryland for seventy-two acres called Cranberry Plains located in Baltimore, County, now Carroll County near Westminster, Maryland. On March 26, 1746 Dugal signed his will in Baltimore County and it was filed in 1746 . A copy can be found at the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland, will book 25, pages 10 an d 11.

The McQueen Family by generations: http://shellypeters.webs.com/mcqueenfamilyhistory.htm

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Dugal was captured 14 No 1715 at Preston, Lancastershire, England when Gen Thomas Forster surrendered the Jacobite army to the English. He was shipped in chains with 79 other rebels from Liverpool on 24 My 1716 on board the ship Friendship arriving in Annapolis, Md on 20 Ag 1716 (31 Ag 1716). He was sold to William Holland as an indentured servant for 7 years on 25 Ag 1716 (5 Se 1716). He paid taxes as a landowner in Upper Cliffs Hundred in Calvert Co, Md in 1732/3. On 1 Se 1740 (12 Sep 1740) received a land patent for 72 acre Cranberry Plains between Little Pipe Creek and the great falls of the Patapsco in Baltimore Co. now near Westminster, Carroll Co, Md). His will was probated on 4 Mr 1746. Dugal literally means Black Viking or Dane.

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Dugal McQueen's Timeline

1690
1690
Moy, Corrybrough, on the Finhorn River, Inverness Shire, ScotlandInverness Shire, Highlands of Scotland
1711
1711
Westminster, Carroll County, MD, United States
1712
1712
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
1715
1715
Charles County, Province of Maryland
1725
1725
Baltimore, Baltimore County, Province of Maryland
1731
1731
Carroll, Maryland, United States
1734
1734
Baltimore, MD, United States
1741
August 1, 1741
St Paul's Parish, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
1746
March 26, 1746
Age 56
Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States