McAlpin Christian Heritage

This is  our 2007 trip to the Mother Land Scotland. It was the first time for Esther and I, and my Father and Mother to visit. We found that our heritage was rich with Christian roots that go back for centuries. Who you are can often be traced to who was.  

Thank God for Godly parents.

Blessings, Barry

The following link is the history of  The Siol Alpin Clans.It explains where the McAlpins came from.

Siol, Alpin Home page click here.

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Coat of Arms


Bill remembers his father, Otis McAlpin, telling  us that our  family came from a King in Scotland.  This story had been passed down for generations.  He told us that six brothers came from overseas to find a new life in the young American nation. In 1980, Grandad McAlpin placed Burger King crowns on our two children, Karen and Barry, before sitting them to a meal he had prepared.  He told them to always remember that they have royal roots.

The McAlpin family are proud of their ancestry and especially those who have embraced Christianity. Bill McAlpin’s web site would not be complete with out his McAlpin Coat of Arms. Both Bill and Barry joined the McAlpin Clan in the USA and we attended a Scottish Reunion in Gatlinburg.   Information about the clan can be found at

Bill and Winnie accompanied Barry and Esther for a trip to Scotland in March 2007, to find our ancient family roots. King  Kenneth McAlpin  built a stone church for the relics of Saint Columbia at Dunkeld.  Dunkeld had emerged as a centre of Christianity during the 7th Century, when Saint Columba came over from Iona. In the 9th Century, Kenneth McAlpin Kenneth McAlpin , the first King of Scots, made Dunkeld head of the church and capital of the newly formed  union of the Scots and Picts. Information about Dunkeld Cathedral can be found at

Records of Scotish ancestry were almost entirely  destroyed during battles with those who dominated the political scene.  Family records were lost  with the burning of churches and records.  The connection between our immediate family and Scotland has  been documented.

However, our McAlpin genealogy in the USA can be found in a book entitled MCALPIN(E) GENEALOGIES 1730-1990 by Doris McAlpin Russell.  This book is also on the bookshelves in Scotland and in it you will find our direct line from Alexander McAlpin.

The Stone of Destiny,  believed by some to be the stone on which Jacob slept during his heavenly encounter. For a better understanding of the importance of this stone see the following links:

We found our inquiries in Scotland concerning the Stone of Scone to be very interesting.   One person claimed that the “real” stone was located very close to the Dunkeld Cathedral area and it has its protectors.  All Kings and Queens from King Kenneth McAlpin to Queen Elisabeth have been crowned on the Stone of Destiny.

The Stone of Destiny was returned to Scotland by England in 1996 and is now quarded at the Edinburgh Castle. We visited Edinburgh Castle and saw this most interesting stone.  No photos or video were allowed in the room, which was tightly guarded. This was a real disappointmet to us and especially me.  I have  been capturing events in journals, photos and video for 51 years.

The latest in the saga of the Stone of Destiny can be found here Other information about King Kenneth McAlpin and our Scotland Trip in 2007,  will be presented for your perusal at a later date.  In the meantime, just ask Bill or Barry, they are delighted to talk about our experiences in Scotland.

While we believe it is important to know your family roots, it is even more important to know that you are rooted in Him.  Col  2:7  “Rooted and built up in Him, and stablished in faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving.”

(By Winnie McAlpin 7.10.10)


The below genealogical list shows the lineage of Adam to the current Queen of England.The information for the list was combined from two sources, Judah’s Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright by J.H. Allen and the royal genealogical charts found on The British Monarchy’s Official Web Site at

K* Dates after private names (and those of royal decent but   were  not King/Queen refer to births and deaths; * Dates after soverigns’ name refers to their accession to the throne and death; * Where known the wife/husband has been added

1. Adam (the first human being, created by God) (approx. B.C. 4000-3070), Eve. David (B.C. 1085-1015), Bathsheba. Elizabeth II(b. 1926, 1952 to Present), Philip Duke of Edinburg

2. Seth (B.C. 3869-2957).

3. Enos (B.C. 3764-2859).

4. Canaan (B.C. 3674-2895).

5. Mahalaleel (B.C. 3604-2709).

6. Jared (B.C. 3539-2577).

7. Enoch (B.C. 3377-3012).

8. Methusaleh (B.C. 3312-2344).

9. Lamech (B.C. 3125-2349).

10. Noah(B.C. 2943-2007), Naamah.

11. Shem (B.C. 2441-1841).

12. Arphaxad (B.C. 2341-1903).

13. Salah (B.C. 2306-1873).

14. Heber (B.C. 2276-1812).

15. Peleg (B.C. 2241-2003).

16. Reu (B.C. 2212-1973).

17. Serug (B.C. 2180-2049).

18. Nahor (B.C. 2050-2002).

19. Terah(B.C. 2221-1992), Amtheta.

20. Abraham (B.C. 1992-1817), Sarah.

21. Isaac (B.C. 1896-1716), Rebekah.

22. Jacob (B.C. 1837-1690), Leah.

23. Judah (b. B.C. 1752), Tamar.

24. Hezron.

25. Aram.

26. Aminadab.

27. Naasson.

28. Salmon.

29. Boaz (B.C. 1312), Ruth.

30. Obed.

31. Jesse.


32. K.

33. K. Solomon (B.C. 1033-975), Naamah.

34. K. Rehoboam(b. B.C. 1016, d. 958), Maacah.

35. K. Abijah (B.C. 958-955).

36. K. Asa(B.C. 955-914), Azubah.

37. K. Jehoshaphat (B.C. 914-889).

38. K. Jehoram(B.C. 889-885), Athaliah.

39. K. Ahaziah(B.C. 906-884), Zibiah.

40. K. Joash(B.C. 885-839), Jehoaddan.

41. K. Amaziah(b. B.C. 864, d. 810), Jecholiah.

42. K. Uzziah(b. B.C. 826, d. 758), Jerusha.

43. K. Jotham (b. B.C. 783, d. 742).

44. K. Ahaz(b. B.C. 787, d. 726), Abi.

45. K. Hezekiah (b. B.C. 751, d. 698), Hephzibah.

46. K. Manasseh(b. B.C. 710, d. 643), Meshullemeth.

47. K. Amon (b. B.C. 621, d. 641), Jedidiah.

48. K. Josiah(b. B.C. 649, d. 610), Mamutah.

49. K. Zedekiah (B.C. 599-578).


50. Q. Tea Tephi(b. B.C. 565), marries Herremon, a Prince of the scarlet thread.

51. K. Irial Faidh (reigned 10 years).

52. K. Eithriall (reigned 20 years).

53. Follain.

54. K. Tighernmas (reigned 50 years).

55. Eanbotha.

56. Smiorguil.

57. K. Fiachadh Labhriane (reigned 24 years).

58. K. Aongus Ollmuchaidh (reigned 21 years).

59. Maoin.

60. K. Rotheachta (reigned 25 years).

61. Dein.

62. K. Siorna Saoghalach (reigned 21 years).

63. Oholla Olchaoin.

64. K. Giallchadh (reigned 9 years).

65. K. Aodhain Glas (reigned 20 years).

66. K. Simeon Breac (reigned 7 years).

67. K. Muirteadach Bolgrach (reigned 4 years).

68. K. Fiachadh Toigrach (reigned 7 years).

69 K. Duach Laidhrach (reigned 10 years).

70. Eochaidh Buailgllerg.

71. K. Ugaine More the Great (reigned 30 years).

72. K. Cobhthach Coalbreag (reigned 30 years).

73. Meilage.

74. K. Jaran Gleofathach (reigned 7 years).

75. K. Coula Cruaidh Cealgach (reigned 25 years).

76. K. Oiliolla Caisfhiachach (reigned 28 years).

77. K. Eochaidh Foltleathan (reigned 11 years).

78. K. Aongns Tuirmheach Teamharch (reigned 30 years).

79. K. Eana Aighneach (reigned 28 years).

80. Labhra Suire.

81. Blathucha.

82. Easamhuin Famhua. 83. Roighnein Ruadh.

84. Finlogha.

85. Fian.

86. K. Eodchaidh Feidhlioch (reigned 12 years).

87. Fineamhuas.

88. K. Lughaidh Raidhdearg.

89. K. Criomhthan Niadhnar (reigned 16 years).

90. Fearaidhach Fion Feachtnuigh. 91. K. Fiachadh Fionoluidh (reigned 20 years).

92. K. Tuathal Teachtmar (reigned 40 years).

93. K. Coun Ceadchathach (reigned 20 years).

94. K. Arb Aonflier (reigned 30 years).

95. K. Cormae Usada (reigned 40 years).

96. K. Caibre Liffeachair (reigned 27 years).

97. K. Fiachadh Sreabthuine (reigned 30 years.)

98. K. Muireadhach Tireach (reigned 30 years).

99. K. Eochaidh Moigmeodhin (reigned 7 years.)

100. K. Nail of the Nine Hostages. 101. Eogan.

102. K. Murireadhach.

103. Earca.

KINGS OF ARGYLESHIRE (part of Scotland)

104. K. Fergus More (A.D. 487).

105. K. Dongard (d. 457).

106. K. Conran (d. 535).

107. K. Aidan (d. 604).

108. K. Eugene IV. (d. 622).

109. K. Donald IV. (d. 650).

110. Dongard.

111. K. Eugene. V. (d. 692).

112. Findan.

113. K. Eugene VII. (d. A.D. 721), Spondan.

114. K. Etfinus (d. A.D. 761), Fergina.

115. K. Achaius (d. A.D. 819), Fergusia.

116. K. Alpin (d. A.D. 834).


117. K. Kenneth I. (842-858).

118. K. Constantin I. (862-876).

119. K. Donald II. (889-900).

120. K. Malcolm I. (943-954).

121. K. Kenneth II. (971-995, d. 995).

122. K. Malcolm II. (1005-1034, d. 1034).

123. Bethoc, married to Crinan, Mormaer of Atholl and lay abott of Dunkeld.

124. K. Duncan I. (1034-1040, d. 1040), Sybil.

125. K. Malcolm III. Canmore (1058-1093), Margaret of England.

126. K. David I. (1124-1153, d. 1153), Matilda of Huntingdon.

127. Prince Henry (d. 1152), Ada of Surrey.

128. Earl David of Huntingdon (d. 1219), Matilda of Chester.

129. Isobel m. Robert Bruce III.

130. Robert Bruce IV. m. Isobel of Gloucester.

131. Robert Bruce V. m. Martha of Carrick.

132. K. Robert I. (The Bruce) (1306-1329), Isobel, daughter of Earl of Mar.

133. Marjorie Bruce m. Walter Stewart III.

134. K. Robert II. (b. 1317, 1371-1390, d. 1390), Euphemia of Ross (d. 1376).

135. K. Robert III. (b. 1337, 1390-1406, d. 1406), Arabella Drummond (d. 1401).

136. K. James I. (1406-1437), Joan Beaufort.

137. K. James II. (b. 1430, 1437-1460, d. 1460), Margaret of Gueldres (d. 1463).

138. K. James III. (b. 1451, 1460-1488, d. 1488), Margaret of Denmark (d. 1486).

139. K. James IV. (b. 1473, 1488-1513, d. 1543), Margaret of England (d. 1539).

140. K. James V. (b. 1513, 1513-1542, d. 1542), Mary of Lorraine (d. 1560).

141. Q. Mary (also known as Mary, Queen of Scots) (b. 1542, 1542-1567, d. 1587), Lord Henry Darnley (d. 1567). (Mary became Queen when she was just six days old. She was deposed as Queen in 1567 and was executed in 1587 ).


142. K. James VI. and I. (1603-1625), Ann of Denmark. (This King James was known as King James VI of Scotland when he reigned over that country from 1567 to 1625. He was known in England as King James I when he also ruled that country from 1603 to 1625. He was the first King over both Scotland and England. It was under this King’s rule that a NEW translation of the Bible occured, which became known as the Authorised King James Version of the Bible (also known as KJV Bible, which led eventually to the modern New King James Version in the 1980s.)).

143. Princess Elizabeth (d. 1662), Frederick V, Elector Palatine.

144. Princess Sophia, (d. 1714), m. Duke Ernest of Brunswick (d. 1698).

145. K. George I. (1714-1727), Sophia Dorothea of Zelle (1667-1726).

146. K. George II. (b. 1683, 1727-1760), Princess Caroline of Brandenburg-Anspach (1683-1737).

147. Prince Frederick Lewis of Wales (1707-1751), Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg.

148. K. George III. (b. 1738, 1760-1820), Princess Sophia of Mecklenburgh-Strelitz (1744-1818).

149. Duke Edward of Kent (1767-1820), Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg (d. 1861)

150. Q. Victoria (b. 1819, 1837-1901), Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha.

151. K. Edward VII. (b. 1841, 1901-1910), Princess Alexandra

152. K. George V. (b. 1865, 1910-1936), Princess Mary

153. K. George VI. (b. 1895, 1936-1952), Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother) (b. 1900, d. 2002)

154. Q. Elizabeth II (b. 1926, 1952 to Present), Philip Duke of Edinburg
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KEY TO GENEALOGICAL LIST: “K” before a name stands for King; “Q” stands for Queen;  “b” stands for born; “d” stands for died;  C. = Before Chrtist (ie the number of years before Christ being born; A. D. = Anno Domini, Latin of our Lord, counting 1 A. D. As being the year of Chirst’s birth


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