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Norman MacLeod (1800 - 1877)

Norman MacLeod
Born in St. Kilda, South Uist, Inverness-shire, Scotlandmap
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Died in Edinburgh City, Scotlandmap
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Norman was a captain with the East Indiamen and was involved with the transfer of troops during the Anglo-Chinese War, also known as the First Opium War.

He was married to Frances MacDonald daughter of Donald, a cadet of Clanranald. Their known family include:

1. Norman Torquil, born c.1845, he immigrated to the United States.
2. Angus
3. Flora, died young.
4. Roderick, died young.
5. Roderick, a sailor - he mysteriously disappeared.
6. Alexander, died at San Domingo.


MacKenzie. Hector Hugh, The MacLeans of Boreray (with Cadet Families and Branches) Inverness, 1946, pp. 51-2.

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