Alexander MACLEANAge: 6515701635

Name
Alexander MACLEAN
Given names
Alexander
Surname
MACLEAN
Birth 1570
Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire

Note: History of the Clan MacLean, J P MacLean, Page 258
MarriageUnknown ROSEView family
before 1594 (Age 24)

Military
Battle of Glenlivet
1594 (Age 24)
Glenlivat, Banffshire

Note: Event: war 1594 Glenlivat, Banffshire, Scotland
Birth of a son
#1
John MACLEAN
about 1594 (Age 24)
Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire

Note: \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 258.
Birth of a daughter
#2
Jannet MACLEAN
1596 (Age 26)
Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire

Birth of a son
#3
David MACLEAN
about 1602 (Age 32)
Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire

Birth of a son
#4
Charles MACLEAN
Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-shire

Note: History of the Clan MacLean, J P MacLean Page 258
Property
Dochgarroch
3 April 1605 (Age 35)

Note: http://www.electricscotland.com/history/inverness/chapter4.htm
Marriage of a childJohn MACLEANAgnes FRASERView family
29 July 1629 (Age 59)
Island of Dominca, Scotland

Note: http://www.electricscotland.com/history/inverness/chapter4.htm
Marriage of a childDavid MACLEANUnknown LOVATView family
about 1629 (Age 59)

Property
Dochgarroch
2 February 1635 (Age 65)

Note: http://www.electricscotland.com/history/inverness/chapter4.htm
Death 1635 (Age 65)
, , , Sleat, Scotland

Note: .\"A History of the Clan MacLean\", page 258.
Burial 1635 (on the date of death)
North Uist, Scotland

Cemetery: Churchyard of Kilpeter
Note: \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 258.
Title
5th of Dochgarroch, 10th Chief of MCLEAN

Title
Knight

Note: \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 258.
Family with Unknown ROSE - View family
Alexander MACLEAN
Birth: 1570Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire
Death: 1635, , , Sleat, Scotland
wife
Unknown ROSE
Birth: about 1560Kilravock, Nairnshire
Death:   —
 
Marriage: before 1594
son
Charles MACLEAN
Birth:   — Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-shire
Death:   —
son
John MACLEAN
Birth: about 1594 24 34Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire
Death: 8 October 1674, , , Scotland
3 years
daughter
Jannet MACLEAN
Birth: 1596 26 36Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire
Death:   —
7 years
son
David MACLEAN
Birth: about 1602 32 42Dochgarroch Castle, Inverness, Inverness-Shire
Death:   — Red-Castle, Scotland

 
Birth
History of the Clan MacLean, J P MacLean, Page 258 First wife a daughter of Rose Kilravock, by whom he had issue .... David of Bentait He obtained a high reputation as a soldier of fortune - David had a grandson, Lachlan, who joined the \"Blac Watch\". Event: war 1594 Glenlivat, Banffshire, Scotland \"Colliers Encyclopaedia of Scotland\", edited by John and Julia Keay, page 468. Glenlivet, Battle of (1594) \"On the discovery that certain of the Catholic lords of the north-east were in surreptitious and potentially treasonable correspondence with Spain, James VI marched north to restore his authority. He sent an advance force under the teenage 7th Earl of Argyll to meet the revel army led by George Gordon, 6th Earl of Huntly and Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Errol. On 3 October 1594 Huntly and Errol had the better of the engagement (just to the north-easy of Glenlivet) but fled before the following forces of the King.\" \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 257. \". . .where he led, in the absence of his father, his kinsmen, the MacLeans of Kingerloch and Glenevis. These composed the left wing of the forces under Sir Lachlan Mor MacLean.\" Death: 1635 \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", page 258. \"He met his death in 1635 at the hands of the MacDonalds of Sleat, who attacked him while he was collecting his rents.\" Burial: 1635 ,, North Uist, Scotland Note:
Military
Event: war 1594 Glenlivat, Banffshire, Scotland \"Colliers Encyclopaedia of Scotland\", edited by John and Julia Keay, page 468. Glenlivet, Battle of (1594) \"On the discovery that certain of the Catholic lords of the north-east were in surreptitious and potentially treasonable correspondence with Spain, James VI marched north to restore his authority. He sent an advance force under the teenage 7th Earl of Argyll to meet the revel army led by George Gordon, 6th Earl of Huntly and Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Errol. On 3 October 1594 Huntly and Errol had the better of the engagement (just to the north-easy of Glenlivet) but fled before the following forces of the King.\" \"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 257. \". . .where he led, in the absence of his father, his kinsmen, the MacLeans of Kingerloch and Glenevis. These composed the left wing of the forces under Sir Lachlan Mor MacLean.\"
Property
http://www.electricscotland.com/history/inverness/chapter4.htm Alexander Baillie of Dunain grants receipt for 900 merks to Allister Vic Coil Vic Ferquhar \"in Davochgarroch in full payment of the sum contained in a contract and appointment for the sale of Dunain\'s rights over Dochgarroch, dated 28th March, 1605
Property
http://www.electricscotland.com/history/inverness/chapter4.htm This charter for Dochgarroch was confirmed by Charles I. at Edinburgh on the 2nd February, 1635
Death
.\"A History of the Clan MacLean\", page 258. \"He met his death in 1635 at the hands of the MacDonalds of Sleat, who attacked him while he was collecting his rents.\"
Burial
\"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 258. \"He was interred in the churchyard of Kilpeter in North Uist.\"
Title
\"A History of the Clan MacLean\", by J.P. MacLean, page 258. \"He was created a Knight by Charles I.\"