Christina later married the Alexander the second Chief of the Mac Naughtens and still later Ivor Campbell.
Traditions say that Iain of Dunollie, the 8th Chief, had a second son Allan who founded the Mac Dougalls of Raera (Raray) and Ardmaddy, However before then there appears to have been an earlier line of Mac Dougall of Raray as told in the story of the Battle of Allt Dreacy in Netherlorn in 1294 or 1296.
The Mc Coan family of Netherlorn, Kilninver, Argyll, Scotland and relating families, c.1710-c.1871, descendants of Hugh Mc Coan: The Mc Cowan family of Stanley Twsp., Huron Co., Ontario, Canada and Australia & relating families, 1789-1995, descendants of Archibald Mc Cowan, Margaret Mc Dougall Dugald Mc Cowan & Katherine Mc Diarmid | John Mc Cowan & Ann Clark |Fercher Mc Cowan & Janet Mc Pherson Duncan Mc Cowan & Mary Mc Pherson | Allan Mc Cowan & Catherine Mc Corquodale Alexander Mc Cowan & Florence "Flora" Mc Corquodale and Margaret Mc Dougall in their tree.
He lived with Christina for twenty years and had one son named Dougall.
So, if you are young or young at heart, now is the time to visit Scotland!
Hugh Mc Coan Dugald Mc Coan & Katherine Mc Diarmid | Hugh Mc Cowan & Margaret Mc Innes John Mc Cowan & Catharine Mc Cormick | Hugh Mc Cowan & Ciliscia "Selina" Blythe | John Mc Cowan & Janet Scobie Hugh Mc Cowan & Agnes Fairley | Catherine Mc Cowan & James Herbert Duncan Frank Adams, in his Clans, Septs, and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands, describes the Mac Cowan sept of Clan Mac Dougall as: "Cowans were numerous in Kilchoan, Nether Lorn.
The year will boast a spectacular programme of events as well as providing more ways to explore all that Scotland has to offer, so you can make memories that will last a lifetime.
So, if you're looking for the beat of a music festival, the adrenaline of an outdoor adventure, or the experience of a breathtaking roadtrip, then Scotland's for you.