2 edition of Genealogy of Henry McCuaig ... and his wife Janet (Jessie) Calder ..., natives of Argyleshire, Islay, Scotland, who immigrated to Oro Township, Simcoe Country, Ontario, Canada, in 1857 found in the catalog.
Genealogy of Henry McCuaig ... and his wife Janet (Jessie) Calder ..., natives of Argyleshire, Islay, Scotland, who immigrated to Oro Township, Simcoe Country, Ontario, Canada, in 1857
in London, Ont
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CS89 M2 B57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
Sabots and slippers is a fancy title for a history and a genealogy of the ancestors of Kenneth F. Mackenzie born 7 Oct in Truro, Nova Scotia the son of Hugh Mackenzie and Jean Walker Blanchard. He married 23 June Aileen Sinclair. The families lived in Nova Scotia and New England. The earliest birth date as indicated by the transcriptions is Henry HITSMAN, who was born in and his wife, Letitia GILLASPY, born in Both came from Ireland. The majority of the emigrants came from Glasgow and Dumfrieshire in Scotland, and the Counties Tyrone and Cavan in Ireland.
Notes for Henry de Novo Mercato and Denise de Tilli. Complete Peerage provides a brief biography of Henry de Novo Mercato, son of Adam de Novo Mercato. [Henry de Novo Mercato, s. and h., came of age in (d) He was a benefactor of Nostell, of St. Peter's Hospital, York, . Biography: Colonel Henry Beekman inherited the large Beekman estate from his father, Hendrick Beekman. Colonel Beekman married two different relatives of Robert Livingston and Alida first wife, Janet Livingston, was the daughter of Robert's nephew, also, of course, named and Henry had a daughter, Margaret, and then Janet died at the too early age of
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Janet had 6 siblings: Helen V MacLaren (born McCuaig), Robert Garth McCuaig and 4 other siblings. Janet married Wayne Lee Shinabarger on month dayat age 19 at marriage place, Michigan. Wayne was born on July 15in Carson City, Montcalm, Michigan, USA. Author of Openings, Beginning investigations, Mathematics with Year Olds, Shape and Numeracy Skills at Key Stage 2, Mathematics with Ten and Eleven Year Olds, Mathematics with seven and eight year olds, Mathematics with Nine and Ten Year Olds, Genealogy of Henry McCuaig and his wife Janet (Jessie) Caldernatives of Argyleshire, Islay, Scotland, North American fruit jar indexWritten works: North American fruit jar index.
Discover a list of ancestors and a genealogy for the Mccuaig family for free. Build the family tree and trace the origins. Islay "Virtual" Library. A compilation of various books, papers, photographs in the museum, and has a great deal of historical data.
"Genealogy of Henry McCuaig and Janet (Jessie) Calder" by Mrs. Douglas Arthur Bird, private publication, Ontario, Canada (). Janet, Your guess is indeed correct. Sybil is the seventh child of Samuel Marcy and his wife Mary was the eighth child of John Marcy. John Marcy b about was one of the first settlers of Woodstock, CT coming from Roxbury MA in and the ancestor of most of the Marcys in the US.
Will of Thomas Groom, original No. 20, at Philadelphia, Will Book F, p dated October 1,probated Decem (witnessed by Samuel Cooper) names his daughter, Mary Cooper, executrix. Her will is at Philadelphia, No.
recorded in Book P, page FAMILY-ELLERBE The Ellerbe Family History. By Ronald W. Ellerbe. Gateway Press. (H.P.L FAMILY-FAHNESTOCKS Family Memorial of the Fahnestocks in the United States by A.K.
&W.F. Fahnestock FAMILY-FOX An Outline of Four Generations of the Family of Henry Fox () and His Wife, Sarah Harrell Fox () of S.C. and MS. By Size: 74KB. The son of Sir John Hamilton of Cadzow and his wife, Janet Douglas, James Hamilton is first attested to in In a writ of that year, his father Sir John Hamilton granted him the lands and privileges of Kinneil, in return for the superiority of all property that had been promised to him through his marriage after his attainment of majority.
A month after that, in JulyI met Curtis and his wife, Janet, half way between where we live and gave Curtis the original photos of Frank and Frank’s father, Curtis’s grandfather.
The family photos had all disappeared, so Curtis was extremely grateful for those two, shown above and below. Family History, Henry Seidel Canby, Cambridge:The Riverside Press, William Canby of Brandywine, Delaware, privately printed, The Story of John Cann of Delaware and His Descendants, William Ferris Cann, privately printed, n.d.
Ann McCuaig was born on month dayat birth place, to John McCuaig and Janet McCuaig (born McNab). John was born inin Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland. Janet was born on December 12in Ballychatarigin, Oa, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.
Adam Hoffman was also named as an owner of the same land on some later maps.  Henry Hoffman and wife Elizabeth were named as heirs in a deed, dated Novem regarding the estate of John Michael Meiser, of Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster County.
Elizabeth was named as a daughter and heir of John Michael Meiser. 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.
Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend. Henry Rice came with his parents to Sudbury, Massachusetts, and after his marriage removed to Framingham, where he took the oath of fidelity July 9, His first grant of land was inand in his father deeded him a tract of land in the wilderness then called "New Trouble," and, about the same time, land south of Cochituate brook.
THOMAS MORGAN, Esq. of Machen and Tredegar, who m. 1st, Rachel, relict of David Kemeys, Esq., of Cefu Mabley, and dau. of Robert Hopton (younger son of Robert Hopton, Esq., of Witham, co, Seomerset, by his wife Janet dau.
and co-heir of Rowland Kemeys, Esq. of the Vaindre, co Monmouth), and sister and co-heir of Ralph, Lord Hopton, of Strattern Children: Edward Morgan, Blanch Carne, Mary Farmer, Elizabeth Morgan, Rowland Morgan. Mary McCuaig was born circaat birth place, to Findlay McCuaig and Mary McCuaig.
Mary had 5 siblings: Niel McCuaig, Catherine McCuaig and 3 other siblings. Notes for Henry Good and Walbina. Henry Good was born on Decembased on his age and date of death. [ Henry Good and wife Wolben, of Earl Twp, Lancaster County, sold land to Abraham Cassell, by a deed dated June John Livingston was at rest in Holland, but his wife continued his struggle.
Following the death of John Livingston inboth Janet, his wife, and his son Robert returned to Scotland. Elizabeth, his youngest daughter had already pre-deceased him. The time span for his birth probably was about to when his future wife Margaret Louise Hedgecock was born.
They probably were married about /82, then Bertha Mae Howard was born in Edward Everett Howard must have died afterthe year when Bertha was born, and before when his widowed wife married Henry Wallace Dryden.
He married c, Marion, bears: (1) Sir William Alexander,1st Earl of Stirling (c), (2) Janet Alexander, married of Stirling and had issue; (3) Christian Alexander, married 25 September Walter Neisch of Bubblehead, Bailie of Stirling (d.
) and. A three page computer print out of a family history. Also CAMERON. COWTAN. McWHIRTER. MUNRO 3 RFW T 1 page. MUNRO see LOVE 2. MUNSON + T 9 pages Notes from OPR.
census. Statutory records. MURCHISON c T Many Book on FULLER, ENG, & Murchisons from Applecross. 24 page typescript.Henry White 14 May St Marylebone, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - 17 Jan managed by Carol Hill Henry White 15 Mar Marylebone, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - Jul Sarah (White) Nims 24 Nov Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States - 10 Jun managed by Brian Baker.
When the family plantation was burned down in JanuaryHenry Lee took in his brother's family at Lee Hall while the plantation was rebuilt. Lee married Mary Bland (), the daughter of Hon. Richard Bland, Sr. () and his second wife, Elizabeth Randolph ().Children: Henry Lee II, Richard "Squire" Lee.