McLeods of Condah


I shine, not burn (MacLeod of Raasay Clan Motto) Click here to view the descendants of Norman McLeod (1819 – 1868) and Susan Stewart (1827 – 1866).
Note the chart is a work in progress so please post below any errors or omissions or email us for access to the detailed tree.
Also find here research by Ian McLeod on Norman’s father Norman McLeod (1771 – 1848).



  • Hamish McLeod says:

    I am honoured to be uour mascot.

  • anne monagle says:

    Hello, my great great grand mother was Christina Mcleod (12) on the William/Mary McLean and Norman /MaryMcLeod Line. I was thrilled to find your amazing research. You have found info that we have not been able to find. I hope we could have a chat about your research and hopefully next year in April you might allow long lost relations to attend your annual reunion. Kind regards, Anne


    My great granma was Rachel Vane Mcleod descendant of vane line, I am trying to find out more about her she was born circa 1870 wales uk england

  • Richard James Doig says:

    I have a Margaret Shaw Murchison b 1881 South Snizort, Isle of Skye, Scotland, the daughter of Lionel Murchison and Mary Shaw, (no bdm dta for these). Margaret came to Australia in 1913. Just hoping that you may have some details.

    • Michael Routledge says:

      Hi Richard,
      I have found public records of a Margaret “Peggy” Shaw Murchison, 1881–1953, born in Skye who died in Victoria, Australia. She married a William Christie in Scotland before emmigrating in 1913.
      I can’t place her in the McLeod tree although there is some evidence she and her husband lived in the Branxholme area shortly after arrival. Do you have any more information?
      Regards, Michael.

  • Beverley E.Mortensen says:

    My great,great grandmother was Mary Finlayson Mackenzie Macleod grew up on Rassay , and married a William Coomber in London 1837 and came to Australia to settle .

    • Michael Routledge says:

      Thanks for that info Beverley.
      I had a look on Ancestry and they appear to have lived in Forbes, New South Wales and raised a large family.
      Regards, Michael.

  • Peter Montgomerie says:

    My great grandmother Christina McLeod born about 1847. Christina arrived in Wellington, New Zealand on the “Berar” on the 10th May 1865. She married my great grandfather James Montgomerie in Greytown, New Zealand on 21 September 1868. They had 11 children, James, Jane Anne, Adam, John, Christina, Joseph Edward, Thomas, Alexander and Elizabeth.
    Christina died in Greytown on 21 August 1921.
    No parents names appear on shipping list, marriage and death certificates.
    The only clue we have is Postree entered on her Marriage certificate (probably a misspelling ??? for Portree???
    Can anyone help??
    Thanking you Peter

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