1692- The Massacre of Glencoe February 13 enrages Scotland with its treachery and will lead to years of feuding in the highlands. Ian MacDonald, chieftain of the MacDonald clan at Glencoe, has taken an oath of allegiance January 6 to England's William III but William's agent John Dalrymple, 44, earl of Stair, has suppressed news of the oath and has conspired against MacDonald with Archibald Argyll, 41, and with John Campbell, 57, first Earl of Breadalbane. A troop of soldiers whose ranks include many members of the rival Campbell clan has accepted the hospitality of the MacDonald clan at Glencoe, the Campbells have risen at a signal early in the morning, and they kill some 36 of the MacDonalds including MacIan.
129. Mary Campbell born about 1690 in Argylshire, Scotland. Mary Campbell's descendents are described as part of the Woods lines.
from book - "Woods/Wallace Cousin Clues", page 27
"Mary Campbell, wife of Michael Woods, has contributed her share of perplexity to the family history, although she could hardly be held responsible. It is just that Mary comes from a family that had so many branches (tribes or septs), family genealogy becomes tangled in confusion."
[1727- Isaac Newton died]
258. James Campbell, Sir died 14 October 1756, married first- Lady Jean or Janet McLeod.
1701- James II of England died; son-James Edward becomes King James III
1665 - The Great Plague of London begins (July-October), killing 68,596
[Great Britain adopts Gregorian calendar on 14 September 1752, September 3 - 13 omitted]
[1653-Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector]
4132. John Campbell, Sir, married 1601.
4133. Jean Campbell.
[1632 - Van Dyck made court painter to Charles I]
8264. John Campbell, Sir.
8265. Mary Keith daughter of William Keith.
[1603 - Sir Walter Raleigh arrested for suspected complicity in the "Main Plot," which sought de-thronement of James I, is tried for high treason and sentenced to imprisonment]
16528. Archibald Campbell.
16529. Elizabeth Grant daughter of James Grant, Sir.
[1585-Shakespeare leaves Stratford on Avon for London]
33056. John Campbell, Sir.
33057. Muriel Colder daughter of John Colder.
1546-Michelangelo designs the dome and undertakes the completion of St. Peter's in Rome
66112. Archibald Campbell, Sir.
66113. Elizabeth Stewart.
1519 - Cortes brings Arabian horses from Spain to North American continent
132224. Colin Campbell.
132225. Isobel Stewart daughter of John Stewart, Sir.
1499- Amerigo Vespucci and Alonso de Ojeda leave Spain on voyage of discovery to South America
264448. Archibald Campbell.
264449. Elizabeth Sommerville daughter of John Sommerville.
1467 - The first ballad about the Swiss national hero William Tell
528896. Duncan Campbell, Sir.
528897. Marjory Stewart (Stuart)
1430 - Joan of Arc burned at the stake at Rouen
1057795. Margaret Graham.
1387- Chaucer: "Canterbury Tales"
2115588. John Stewart.
2115589. Elizabeth Murc daughter of Adam Mure, Sir, of Rowallen.
[1351 - Tennis becomes an open-air game in England]
4231176. Walter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland, born at Dundonald,
Ayr, 1293, died 9 April 1326, married about 1315.
4231177. Marjory Bruce born a Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland about 1296, died 2 March 1315/6.
1306 - Robert Bruce crowned King of Scots and defeated by the English at Methuen and Dalry
1323 - The Treaty of Northampton between Scotland and England recognizes Robert the Bruce's title to the Scottish throne and provides for the marriage of Bruce's son David to Edward II"s daughter Joanna.
8462355. Isobel __________ born at Mar, Aberdeen about 1276, died ante 1302, daughter of Donald, Earl of Mar.
1314 - Battle of Bannockburn: Robert Bruce's Scots rout the English under Edward II
16924708. Robert Bruce born about 1293.
16924709. Marjory de Carrick.
1278 - Invention of the glass mirror
16924710. Donald, Earl of March.
1271 - Marco Polo journeys to China - 1295
33849416. Robert Bruce.
33849417. Isabel Declare daughter of Gilbert Declare.
1318 - Ireland's Edward Bruce is killed in October at Dundalk 3 years after being proclaimed king. Younger brother of Scotland's Robert the Bruce, Edward has failed to conquer the country south of Ulster.
67698832. Robert de Brus, Earl of Annandale.
67698833. Isobel de Huntington.
1323 - The Treaty of Northampton between Scotland and England recognizes Robert the Bruce's title to the Scottish throne and provides for the marriage of Bruce's son David to Edward II's daughter Joanna.
1218 - Genghis Khan conquers Persia
1247 - A gravestone erected in Yorkshire bears the inscription,
135397666. David Huntington, Earl of Huntington.
135397667. Maud Kyvehock daughter of Hugh de Kyvehock.
1153 - Scotland's David I dies at Carlisle May 24 at age 69 and is succeeded by his 12-year-old grandson who will never marry but who will reign until late in 1165 as Malcolm IV.
270795332. Prince Hugh, son of David, King of Scotland.
270795333. Adeline Warren daughter of Earl Warren & Isobel de Varmandois.