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John MacLEANAge: 104 years17481852

Name
John MacLEAN
Given names
John
Surname
MacLEAN
Birth about 1748

Note: BAPTISM 28 Mar 1748 Croy, Inverness-shire IGI
MarriageMargaret PATERSONView this family
December 5, 1787 (Age 39 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Alexander McLEAN
September 29, 1788 (Age 40 years)
Note: The Clan Gillean by Rev A. MacLean Sinclair (Book) in Reference : A reprint of The Clan Gillean by R…
Birth of a son
#2
Donald McLEAN
about 1792 (Age 44 years)
Note: Baptism: 03 Apr 1792 Inverness - IGI
Birth of a son
#3
Thom McLEAN
about 1795 (Age 47 years)
Note: Baptism 27th April 1795 Inverness IGI
Birth of a daughter
#4
Jean McLEAN
July 21, 1797 (Age 49 years)
Address: Baptism: 21st July 1797 Inverness - IGI
Birth of a son
#5
Finlay McLEAN
June 23, 1801 (Age 53 years)
Note: Finlay, son of John MacLean, the Inverness Cemtenarian, was a large stout man, while his father was …
Birth of a son
#6
John McLEAN

Note: 2nd son of John the Centenarian Page 296 The Clan Gillean - J P MacLean
Marriage of a childFinlay McLEANCatherine FRASERView this family
about 1823 (Age 75 years)
Death of a sonDonald McLEAN
about 1838 (Age 90 years)
Occupation
Tailor

Occupation
Tailor / Printer

Residence March 30, 1851 (Age 103 years)

Address: 4 Mcleane Close, Inverness, Inverness
Death of a wifeMargaret PATERSON
1852 (on the date of death)

Death 1852 (Age 104 years)

Family with parents - View this family
Marriage:
himself
Family with Margaret PATERSON - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: December 5, 1787Inverness, Inverness-Shire
son
son
-13 years
son
7 years
son
-2 years
son
Donald McLEAN
Birth: about 1792 44 31Inverness, Inverness-Shire
Death: about 1838Judique, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia
6 years
daughter

Birth
BAPTISM 28 Mar 1748 Croy, Inverness-shire IGI John MacLean, known as the Inverness Ventenarian, lived to the great age of one hundred and six years, and died in the year 1852. He was of the Dochgarroch family. From his infancy he gave a greedly ear to the recital of old stories. He was gifted with health and a remarkable memory and by means of the latter many historic incidents of the country have been preserved from oblivion. The stories he recited were published in a local paper in 1842 and then gathered into book-form ... J P Maclean P386 TALE OF THE BRIDGE. Nearly 90 years ago, I was deprived when a child of my father, which loss, though a serious one, was, however, ameliorated by the kindness of my grandfather, then an old man of about 70 years of age, who did what he could to supply the place of my parent, during the remainder of his life, which was extended to the age of 97 years. - Reminiscences of Clahnacuddin\' - printed in Inverness by Donald MacDonald 1886 J P Maclean page 2
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Possible Piece: SCT1841/98 Place: Inverness-Inverness-shire Enumeration District: 11 Civil Parish: Inverness Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: - Folio: 11 Page: 12 Address: Mcleans Close, Muirton Street «tab» «tab»Surname«tab» «tab»First name(s)«tab» «tab»Sex«tab» «tab»Age«tab» «tab»Occupation«tab» «tab»Where Born«tab» «tab»Remarks«tab» «tab» «tab»MCLEAN«tab» «tab»John«tab» «tab»M«tab» «tab»90«tab» «tab»Tailor «tab» «tab»Inverness-shire «tab» «tab» «tab» «tab» «tab»MCLEAN«tab» «tab»Margt«tab» «tab»F«tab» «tab»80«tab» «tab» «tab» «tab»Inverness-shire «tab» «tab» «tab» «tab» «tab»MCLEAN«tab» «tab»Jane«tab» «tab»F«tab» «tab»30«tab» «tab» «tab» «tab»Inverness-shire «tab» «tab» «tab» John MacLean, known as the Inverness Centenarian, lived to the great age of one hundred and six years, and died in the year 1852. He was of the Dochgarroch family. From his infancy he gave a greedy ear to the recital of old stories. He was gifted with health and a remarkable memory, and by means of the latter many historic incidents of the country have been preserved from oblivion. The stories he recited were published in a local paper in 1842, and then gathered into book-form, under the title Reminiscences of a Clachnacuddin Nonagenarian. This was republished in Inverness in 1886. The work contains 110 pages, consisting of tales concerning Inverness and the immediately surrounding country. In 1848, was published at Dingwall another work, entitled, Historical and Traditional Sketches of Highland Families and of the Highlands, containing 128 pages. Both works are of great local value, and of interest to the general reader.«tab» From history of Clan Maclean by JP Maclean