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Mary Anne Trump (' MacLeod''', Màiri Anna NicLeòid; May 10, 1912 – August 7, 2000) was the mother of Donald Trump, and the wife of real estate developer Fred Trump. On April 5, 1937, she gave birth to their first child, Maryanne Trump Barry, followed by Frederick Christ Trump Jr. (1938–1981), Elizabeth Trump Grau (born 1942), Donald Trump (born 1946), and Robert Trump (born 1948).
His mother was Scottish-born housewife and socialite Mary Anne MacLeod Trump.

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Mary Anne Trump (' MacLeod''', Màiri Anna NicLeòid; May 10, 1912 – August 7, 2000) was the mother of Donald Trump, and the wife of real estate developer Fred Trump.
Trump met his future wife Mary Anne MacLeod, an immigrant from Tong, Lewis, Scotland, at a party in the 1930s.

Tong, Lewis

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Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

Family of Donald Trump

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On April 5, 1937, she gave birth to their first child, Maryanne Trump Barry, followed by Frederick Christ Trump Jr. (1938–1981), Elizabeth Trump Grau (born 1942), Donald Trump (born 1946), and Robert Trump (born 1948).
Donald Trump's mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, came from the Hebridean Isle of Lewis, off the west coast of Scotland.

Maryanne Trump Barry

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On April 5, 1937, she gave birth to their first child, Maryanne Trump Barry, followed by Frederick Christ Trump Jr. (1938–1981), Elizabeth Trump Grau (born 1942), Donald Trump (born 1946), and Robert Trump (born 1948).
Barry was born Maryanne Trump in Queens in New York City on April 5, 1937, the eldest child of real-estate developer Fred Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump.

Isle of Lewis

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Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

Middle Village, Queens

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Services were held at Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan and she was buried alongside her husband and son (Fred Jr.) at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery in Middle Village, Queens.
The cemetery is also the burial place of Fred Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, parents of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Outer Hebrides

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Born in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, she emigrated to the United States in 1930 and became a naturalized citizen in 1942.

Roughcast

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Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

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Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

Scotland

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Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

Local history

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Local historians and genealogists have described properties in this community at the time as "indescribably filthy" and characterized by "human wretchedness".

Genealogy

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Local historians and genealogists have described properties in this community at the time as "indescribably filthy" and characterized by "human wretchedness".

Scottish Gaelic

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Raised in a Scottish Gaelic-speaking household, Mary was the youngest of ten children born to Malcolm (1866–1954) and Mary MacLeod ( Smith; 1867–1963).

Crofting

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Her father was a crofter, fisherman and compulsory officer at Mary's school.

Fishing

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Her father was a crofter, fisherman and compulsory officer at Mary's school.

Truancy

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Her father was a crofter, fisherman and compulsory officer at Mary's school.

Park, Lewis

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They were from the locations of Vatisker and South Lochs, and some of the family's generations had suffered in the Highland Clearances.

Highland Clearances

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They were from the locations of Vatisker and South Lochs, and some of the family's generations had suffered in the Highland Clearances. She was one of tens of thousands of young Scots who left for the United States or Canada during this period, Scotland having suffered badly the consequences of the Clearances and World War I. The alien passenger list of the Transylvania lists her occupation as a domestic worker.

Glasgow

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She was issued immigration visa number 26698 at Glasgow on February 17, 1930.

RMS Transylvania (1925)

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On May 2, MacLeod departed Glasgow on board the RMS Transylvania arriving in New York City on May 11 (one day after her 18th birthday).

New York City

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On May 2, MacLeod departed Glasgow on board the RMS Transylvania arriving in New York City on May 11 (one day after her 18th birthday).

Domestic worker

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She was one of tens of thousands of young Scots who left for the United States or Canada during this period, Scotland having suffered badly the consequences of the Clearances and World War I. The alien passenger list of the Transylvania lists her occupation as a domestic worker.

Long Island

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Arriving in the U.S. with $50, MacLeod lived with her older sister Christina Matheson on Long Island and worked as a domestic servant for at least four years.

Nanny

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One of these jobs appears to have been as a nanny for a well-to-do family in a New York suburb, but the position was eliminated due to economic difficulties caused by the Great Depression.