Dugal McQueen was born WFT Est. 1699-1728 in Inverness, Scotland, and died 1746 in Baltimore Co.(Now Carroll Co.),MD. He married (1) Grace on WFT Est. 1725-1768. He married (2) Grace Brown on WFT Est. 1725-1768.
Notes for Dugal McQueen: Dugal McQueen was a Jacobite Highlander in the MacIntosh brigade that invaded England in the 1715 uprising.(Jacobites believed that being a king of Scotland was a divine right given only to the descendents of King James.) Hewas captured at Preston, Lancastershire, England November 13, 1715. He was shipped to Annapolis, Maryland and sold on August 25, 1716 as an indentured servant for 7 years to William Holland, member of the Governor's Colonial Council. Dugal is listed as a tax payer (property owner) in the Upper Cliffs Hundred of Calvert County in 1732. Dugal, a resident of Prince Georges County received 72 acres of land called Cranberry Plains on September 1, 1740(Julian Calendar). Cranberry Plains is probably located on the site of St Johns Catholic Church and School in Westminster, Maryland. Dugal signed his will on March 26, 1746. His wife was listed as Grace Brown.
More About Dugal McQueen: Burial: 1746, Cranberry Plains, Carroll Co., MD.
More About Dugal McQueen and Grace: Marriage: WFT Est. 1725-1768
More About Dugal McQueen and Grace Brown: Marriage: WFT Est. 1725-1768
Children of Dugal McQueen and Grace are:
+Thomas McQueen, b. Abt. 1759, Baltimore Co.(Now Carroll Co.),MD, d. Bet. 1831 - 1833, Probably Mexico, State of Coahuila & Texas (now Texas).