James Bent MACLEOD

Father: James MACLEOD
Mother: Mary MURRAY

Family 1: Ann Barss SMITH
  1. Angelina Barss MACLEOD
  2. Arthur James MACLEOD
  3. Lydia Anne MACLEOD
  4. Zenas Waterman MACLEOD
  5. William MACLEOD
  6. Charlotte MACLEOD
  7. Orinda MACLEOD
  8. Franklin MACLEOD
  9. Robert Randall MACLEOD
  10. Crofton Uniac MACLEOD
  11. Jason MACLEOD
  12. Thomas Bryden MACLEOD
  13. Alexander Hitchborn MACLEOD

                                                      _James MACLEOD _
                                      _John MACLEOD _|________________
                  _John MACLEOD _____|
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                 |                   |_Jane CARR ____|________________
 _James MACLEOD _|
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|                |_Alice HARRINGTON _|
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|--James Bent MACLEOD 
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|                 _William MURRAY ___|
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|_Mary MURRAY ___|
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                 |_Joanna TUPPER ____|
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Notes

!MENTION: Rev. Dr. Donald MacKinnon and Alick Morrison, THE MACLEODS--THE GENEALOGY OF A CLAN, Section II, Edinburgh, The Clan MacLeod Society, 1968, p. 53. Married Ann Barss Smith, whose mother was a daughter of Captain Joseph Barss, Sen., the privateer captain mentioned above, and sister of Captain Joseph Barss, Jr., who while skipper of the LIVERPOOL PACKET, captured 100 United States ships in three months of the War in 1812. He was captured and spent two years in prison in the U.S.A., where he was regarded as a Pirate because his Letters of Marque were alleged to be unauthorised. He was released on parole but when the ship on which he was a passenger was taken, he was imprisoned for two more years for alleged breach of parole. Ann Barss Smith was also descended from Captain Alexander Godfrey, the forerunner of privateering in Liverpool, who furnished 11 of the 30 Canadian privateers in the American War of 1812. Ann's father was also descended from Stephen Hopkins, a Pilgrim on the Mayflower in 1620. James B. MacLeod and Ann Barss Smith had issue.

!SOURCE: Clan MacLeod Society of Canada, file #CMSC113.


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