Places in Scotland Associated With The Jack Family

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Newton Castle
William Crichton and Ann Jack leased 6 acres here.
It is the home of the Chief of Clan MacPherson.

Crichton Slateyard, Meigle

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Crichton Tombstone, Meigle

Charles Crichton Tombstone, Meigle

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Newtyle Cottages, home of James Jack

Meikleour Cross
Stewart Jack lived in this town.
Blair Atholl
Several Jack men were in the Atholl Highlanders,
and Donald MacBeath was head gamekeeper here.


Thomas Jack was out with the Jacobites in 1745, in the Earl of Airlie's Regiment.

Culloden Moor


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Plaque On The Culloden Monument

Culloden Monument

Glen Coe
Ian MacIan, who changed his name to John Jack, is said to be a fugitive from the Glen Coe Massacre in 1692.

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