_Tormod [Norman] MACLEOD ___________ _Sir_Roderick Ruairidh_Mor MACLEOD _|_Giles Julia MACLEAN _______________ _John Iain Mor MACLEOD ___| | | _Donald MACDONALD __________________ | |_Isabel MACDONALD __________________|_Margaret MACDONALD ________________ _John Iain_Breac MACLEOD _| | | _Sir Colin MACKENZIE _______________ | | _Kenneth MACKENZIE _________________|_Barbara GRANT _____________________ | |_Hon. Sibylla MACKENZIE __| | | _Gilbert OGILVIE ___________________ | |_Isabel OGILVIE ____________________|____________________________________ | |--Norman MACLEOD | | ____________________________________ | ____________________________________|____________________________________ | _Sir_James Mor MACDONALD _| | | | ____________________________________ | | |____________________________________|____________________________________ |_Florence MACDONALD ______| | _Sir_Roderick Ruairidh_Mor MACLEOD _ | _John Iain Mor MACLEOD _____________|_Isabel MACDONALD __________________ |_Mary MACLEOD ____________| | _Kenneth MACKENZIE _________________ |_Hon. Sibylla MACKENZIE ____________|_Isabel OGILVIE ____________________
!BIOGRAPHY: Rev. Dr. Donald MacKinnon, and Alick Morrison, MACLEOD CHIEFS OF HARRIS AND DUNVEGAN, Edinburgh, The Clan MacLeod Society, 1969, pp. 27-28. Alick Morrison, THE CHIEFS OF CLAN MACLEOD, East Kilbride, Scotland, 1986. Norman was a minor when his brother, Roderick, died, and like him was delicate. Before he died, Roderick, according to Martin Martin, [THE CLAN MACLEOD MAGAZINE, 1950, No. 15, 472.] 'declared Mr. Alexr. McLeod [Son of Sir Norman MacLeod of Berneray. He was an advocate in Edinburgh.] sole Tutor to his brother & administrator of his affairs & ordered Sir Donald [This was Sir Donald MacDonald, 4th Baronet of Sleat.] to assist him'. While Mary MacLeod, the bardess, is silent regarding Roderick's personal qualities, she praises Norman, for whom she seems to have had much warmer feeling than towards his late brother. [Carmichael Watson: GAELIC SONGS OF MARY MACLEOD )1934), pp. 53-71.] Norman married (marr. contr., dated 22nd September 1703) Anne, daughter of Hugh, 11th Lord Lovat, by Lady Amelia Murray, daughter of John, 1st Marquis of Atholl, with issue.... Chief Norman may have lived occasionally at Dunvegan Castle before his marriage, but, after that event, he and his wife lived with his mother-in-law, Lady Lovat, near Perth, for there are receipts in the Muniment Room at Dunvegan, which show that he paid Lady Lovat for his own and his wife's board and lodging. He died in the autumn of 1706, and was buried in the MacLeod burial-place in the Chapel Yard at Inverness. He was succeeded by his son.