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of Sheuglie and Colonel Hugh Grant of Moy descended from the first son.
is a descendant of William Grant born 1847 in Evanton, Ross-shire, Scotland, who emigrated to Dunedin, New Zealand in 1879.
He received a grant of 500 acres of land in Pictou County for his military service, although he sold it and bought 100 acres of land on the harbour just east of the town of Pictou.
The OPR for Urquhart and Glenmoriston, indicates that Alpin Grant was born on 15 March 1740.
The DNA results show that James is decended from the Grants of Shewglie/Sheuglie but James' father is not known.
Two possibilities are Alexander Grant (The Swordsman) descended from the second son of Robert Grant 2nd.
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All our members are single people in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland just like you, who are looking for a bit of craic and romance. We have strict rules – no married people, no sexual profiles. DNA evidence indicates that this family was descended from John Grant, 1st of Corrimony, by an unrecorded birth, likely in the period 1509-1515.You also may be interested to know that Alexander Grant, the founder of Alexander Grant & Co. He was James Wright Grant's fourth son (by his second wife).See Kits 4282 for lineal descendants of this Robert Grant.
is a lineal descendant of Robert Grant (born about 1760) and his wife Elizabeth Grant, who lived in 1784 at Oldton of Sheuglie in Glenurquhart, Inverness-shire, Scotland. He is likely a male line descendant of the cadet families of either Grant of Corrimony or perhaps Grant of Sheuglie, both in Glenurquhart.Alexander was born in Missouri in 1898, founded the company in 1924, and died in Chicago in 1938 at the age of 40.His lineage is as follows: John Ban Grant who is on the E 1/2 of lot 10 on the front.The identity of his Grant father cannot yet be proven, but it looks highly likely that his father was William Mc Kenzie Grant (1827-1903, a tailor in Elgin, Morayshire) who was the son of Peter Grant (1784-1861, a grieve who moved from Glenurquhart to Forres, Morayshire), who was the son of Robert Grant (born about 1760) and his wife Elizabeth Grant, who lived in 1784 at Oldton of Sheuglie in Glenurquhart, Inverness-shire, Scotland. Robert is likely a male line descendant of the cadet families of either Grant of Corrimony or perhaps Grant of Sheuglie, both in Glenurquhart.