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Adam Donald (1703—1780) spiritualist

Air Chief Marshal Sir Donald Innes Hardman (1899—1982)

Alexander MacDonald (c. 1695—1770) Scottish Gaelic poet

Alexander MacDonald (1736—1791) vicar apostolic of the highland district

Alexander MacDonald (1794—1860) granite manufacturer

Alexander of Dunyvaig and the Glens MacDonald (c. 1522—1537) clan chief

Allan McDonald (1859—1905) Roman Catholic priest and folklorist

Andrew McDonald (b. 1942)

Angus of Dunyvaig and the Glens MacDonald (c. 1548—1613) chief of clan Iain Mhòr or clan Donald south

Ann-Marie MacDonald (b. 1959)

Antony McDonald (b. 1950)

Audra McDonald (b. 1971)

Barbara Donald (b. 1942)

Betty MacDonald (1908—1958)

Billy McDonald

Brian MacDonald (b. 1928)

Captain Hector MacDonald Laws Waller (1900—1942)

Caroline MacDonald (1948—1997)

Catriona MacDonald

Christie MacDonald (1875—1962)

Clarke, McDonald (1798—1842)

Country Joe McDonald (b. 1942)

Cynthia MacDonald (b. 1928)

Cyril McDonald Blake (1897—1951) jazz musician

Dame Jean Barr McDonald Roberts (1895—1988) local politician

David Donald Murison (1913—1997) lexicographer

David Herbert Donald (1920—2009)

Donald (1293—1332) magnate

Donald (c. 1227—1302) magnate


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(d. early 8th century).

He was a Scot who lived at Ogilvy (Forfarshire), married, and had nine daughters, with whom, after his wife's death, he led a religious life. After his death they moved to Abernethy. They are generally known as the Nine Maidens, a name often applied also to natural features in the areas such as hills and wells. Feast: 15 July.

K.S.S., pp. 324–5, 395–6.

Subjects: Christianity.

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