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Patrick McGregorie

Male 1660 - Abt 1710

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  • Born  1650-1660  Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Abt 1710  New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I3745  markhamchest
    Last Modified  15 Jul 2018 

    Father  FriendsNeighbors NewYork01 ZCollector 
    Family ID  F1302  Group Sheet

     1. Catherine McGregorie,   b. Abt 1675, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Family ID  F1348  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • Colonel Patrick McGregorie came to this country with a number of followers in 1684 - first landing in Maryland and then proceeding north to Perth Amboy, in New Jersey. At the suggestion of Governor Dongan in 1685, he removed to Plum Point, just above the Hudson Highlands, where he built a log house and engaged in the Indian trade. In that business he became master of the Indian language. In 1686, he was appointed Muster-Master General of the militia of the Province of New York, and was soon sent to command a party to trade at Michillirnakinac. They were caught on their way and carried prisoners to Montreal. By an order from the French government McGregorie was released in 1687, and returned to New York. After that Governor Sir Edmund Andrus employed him in the command of a company against the Indians East of Pemaquid. In the tumult in New York, March 1691, between the government and the Leisler parties McGregorie was killed, and was buried with publick honors. He failed to obtain patents for the land he occupied above the Highlands which were granted to Captain Evans by Governor Fletcher. His family, after much tribulation,obtained the property . . .
      O'Callaghans Documentary History of New York. Vol III.

      (Patrick McGregorie) . . . was killed at Fort George, 19 March, 1691. Leaving wife Margaret, sons Hugh, John, Patrick, and daughters Catherine Evans and Jane Lawrence.

      Patrick McGregory was born Abt 1650 in Perthshire, Scotland, and died 19 Mar 1691 in NY. He married Margaret Toshach, daughter of Andrew Toshach and Katherine Campbell. She was born Abt 1652.
      Children of Patrick McGregory and Margaret Toshach are:
      i. Hugh McGregory was born Abt 1670. He married Africa Pike 1695 in Pasquotank Co., NC, daughter of John Pike and Emma Blount. She was born 8 Jul 1673 in London, England, and died Bef 1718 in Pasquotank Co., NC.
      ii. Patrick McGregorie was born Abt 1670. He married Zeytie Hoogteeling 1697. She was born Abt 1683.
      iii. Catherine McGregory. She married John Evans 10 Sep 1694 in NY.
      iv. John McGregory.
      v. Jane (Jean) McGregory was born Abt 1680, and died 1732. She married John Lawrence. She married Samuel Pike 1701 in Little River Mm, NC, son of John Pike and Emma Blount. He was born 29 Oct 1678 in London, England, and died Abt 8 Mar 1717 in Pasquotank Co., NC. She married Arnold White 9 Apr 1720 in Little River Mm, NC.
      [source] World Connect Database of Gary Thompson, titled: A Thompson family in Orange & Alamance Counties, NC.

      Notes for Patrick McGregorie; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, 2015; for Markham of Chesterfield website.