1st of Donie (MacSorlie)....... Ewen was known in Gaelic as "Eóghannmac Ailein mhic Dhomhnaill Duibh mhic Alasdair a' Ghlinne"("Ewen, son of Allan, son of Donald Dubh, son of Alexander of the Glen")... He is said to have led a detachment of Glen Nevis men in the Highland army during the '45, and to have received special recognition from Prince Charles for gallantry... The tradition in the family is that he was knighted by His Royal Highness on his return from some skirmish in which he showed great valour... The story goes that the Price addressed Ewen, saying, "Give me your sword, Captain Cameron" ; who replied, "There is little but the hilt left, as it was broken in your Highness' service." "Never mind, "replied the Prince, "my cane will do." With this he touched Captain Cameron lightly as he knelt, saying, "Rise up, Sir Ewen," and then he presented him with the cane. The Prince was present at the baptism of Ewen's eldest son, on which occasion the name Charles was introduced into the family, the infant having been named Donald Charles, by special command, after the young Chevalier.
4 John MACSORLIE-CAMERON d: 1857
4 Allan Gordon MACSORLIE-CAMERON b: 1827
3 Ewen MACSORLIE-CAMERON d: 1883
3 John MACSORLIE-CAMERON d: ca 1852
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