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19 August 2006

 

Dr G.M.W.Mann.     Baytrees

Burnhams Rd,   Lt.Bookham

Surrey, U.K.          KT23 3AU

geoff.mann@btinternet.com

 

 

 

 

 

McNAB Family Summary

18-19C, Perthshire

 

click here for the McNAB family tree  (see below for index of marriages on the tree)

 

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7 Thomas McNAB ?c1720-?

   m Christian McINTOSH  1749 Weem

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6 David McNAB 1754-?

   m Christian McINTOSH 1781 Dull

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5 Grizel/Grace McNAB 1783-1858

   m Peter CAMPBELL 1803 Dull

 

 

 

McNAB is an ancient clan centred on Killin at the Western end of Loch Tay, but the earliest known ancestor is Thomas McNAB probably born about 1720 who lived at Killiechasie near Weem at the eastern end of the Loch.  Thomas married Christian McINTOSH and had three children.

 

One of them, David McNAB, also married a Christian McINTOSH and had two children while at Killichasie before moving to nearby Dull parish where four more children were born.

 

Their eldest daughter, Grizel McNAB, married Peter CAMPBELL, a mason, at Dull in 1803 but they then moved to Perth where she remained until her death in 1858 outliving her husband by 20 years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

INDEX OF MARRIAGES ON THE McNAB FAMILY TREE

 

 

SURNAME           DATE/PLACE MARRIAGE    TREE  MARRIED TO:

MCINTOSH Christian          2Dec1749 Weem PER                    McNaT0  McNAB Thomas

MCINTOSH Christian         14Jul1781 Dull PER                    McNaT0  McNAB David

CAMPBELL Peter             12Feb1803 Dull PER                    McNaT0  McNAB Grace/Grizel

 

 

OUTSTANDING QUESTIONS

 

1)     B7.  Origin of Thomas McNAB, probably born about 1720 son of David