The Doig Family Society

 

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Descendants of

John Doig and Janet Buchanan

Of Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland and Lachute, Quebec, Canada

 

* John was the son of Andrew Doig (1715-1793) and Janet Dog, the son of Paul Dog (1676-1720) and Elizabeth Ferguson, the son of John Dog (c. 1638) and Margaret Murdoch, the son of John Dog (c. 1595), the son of James Dog (c. 1564-1634) and Dorothy Cunningham, the son of Paul Dog (c. 1538-1618) and Dorothy Buchanan, the son of Capt. James Dog (c. 1506-1555) and Margaret Stratherne, the son of James Dog (c. 1480-1539) and Agnes Hamilton, the son of James Dog (c. 1449-1526) and Margaret, the son of Walter Dog (c. 1420-1478) and Elizabeth Nory, the son of John Dog (c. 1395), the son of Walter Dog (c 1365).

For ancestry text file see HERE. For links with spouses families see HERE.

 

** John Doig was the older brother of my Andrew Doig (see HERE), and I am a cousin to all on this chart. I have been inside the home in which John was born at Murdieston Farm, inside the churches where he and Janet Buchanan were married/pledged at Norrieston and Doune, and visited his grave in Thornhill. I attended the Canadian Doig Reunion. More available at www.doig.net. Prepared by Ken Doig, Bass Lake, California.

 

 

1. John1 Doig, born 15 Dec 1756 in Burnside of Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Dec 1756 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1815 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, son of Andrew Doig and Janet Doig.  He married on 3 Mar 1787 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland Janet Buchanan, born 1770 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; christened 27 Jan 1770 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; died 1822 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Upper Lachute Churchyard, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Buchanan and Janet Waddell.

 

Notes for John Doig

     Witnesses to John's christening were Walter Dog and James Morison in Blackgrange. He was christened again 23 Jan 1757 at the Viewfield Associate Church, Stirling.

    

     John purchased seat 38 at the Chapel of Ease, Norrieston for a cost of £6-11s -11¾d.  His first payment was made on June 13 1812 amounting to £2-2s-3d and his final payment on April 1815 was £0-5s-7d.  Thus making a total of £6-12s. The seat was sold to William Taylor of Norrieston on 3 Apr 1818.

    

     John was buried next to his parents in Norrieston Churchyard in Thornhill.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Pledged 24 Feb 1787 in Kilmadock Parish, Perth. John was listed from Kilmadock and Janet from Kincardine.

 

Notes for Janet Buchanan

     Witnesses at Janet's christening were Duncan Buchanan and John McLeish, both of Cambusbeg.

    

     After John's death, Janet took her son, Paul, and eight daughters to Canada in 1817; with her were sister, Bella Buchanan, and brother, Thomas.  Son Andrew is thought to have gone to Australia. John, as the eldest remaining son, stayed to farm at Murdieston but came to Canada in 1836.  Robert is not known to have moved with the family to Canada on the first trip.

    

     Janet settled with her family about 40 miles north of Montreal, east of Lachute, St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, along the North River, on the road to St. Jerome, at Upper Lachute.

 

     Children of John Doig and Janet Buchanan were as follows:

+   2       i         Janet2 Doig, born 1788 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 Feb 1788 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died in Canada.  She married James McNie.

     3       ii        Andrew2 Doig, born 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 23 Mar 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died Of Australia.   Notes: Witnesses at Andrew's christening were Paul Doig of Murdockstoun and Andrew McArthur at Walburne. Andrew is thought to have gone to Australia. He died with no known children.

     4       iii       Elizabeth (Elisabeth)2 Doig, born 1790 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 Jan 1790 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died aft 1817 in Canada.   Notes: Witnesses at Elisabeth's christening were Walter Doig and Paul Doig of Murdockstown. Elisabeth came to Canada with her mother in 1817. She died young.

+   5       iv       John2 Doig, born 10 Jul 1792 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 18 Jul 1792 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 9 Mar 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 13 Mar 1876 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Jean Paterson; (2) Anne McLennan.

     6       v        Paul2 Doig, born 13 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 19 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+   7       vi       Amelia2 Doig, born 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Sep 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married Andrew Boa.

+   8       vii      Paul2 Doig, born 19 Jun 1797 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Jun 1797 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Feb 1863 in Upper Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Jane Smith.

+   9       viii     Jean (Jane)2 Doig, born 13 Oct 1799 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Oct 1799 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Aug 1874 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 29 Aug 1874 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) Alexander McLaren; (2) William Murray.

+   10     ix       Margaret2 Doig, born 20 Feb 1802 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 1 Mar 1802 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 3 Jun 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 5 Jun 1883 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married James Robertson.

+   11     x        Isabella2 Doig, born 24 May 1804 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 May 1804 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1840/41 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Robert Doig.

     12     xi       Robert2 Doig, born 15 Aug 1806 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 Aug 1806 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Witnesses at Robert's christening were Paul Doig and Robert Buchannan.

+   13     xii      Mary2 Doig, born 21 May 1809 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 May 1809 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 13 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married James Leishman.

+   14     xiii     Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, born 25 Jun 1811 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 5 Jul 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 25 Mar 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 27 Mar 1851 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Smith.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Janet2 Doig (John1), born 1788 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 Feb 1788 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died in Canada.  She married on 25 Dec 1812 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland James McNie, born 1789 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 9 Mar 1789 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died in Canada, son of James McNie and Jean Shaw.

 

Notes for Janet Doig

     Witnesses at Janet's christening were Paul Doig and John Senney.

    

     MARRIAGE:

James was listed from Kincardine and Janet from Kilmadock.

 

Notes for James McNie

     James and Janet immigrated to Canada about 1817 with Janet's mother and siblings. In 1825 he lived in Gore, Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec with 8 inhabitants in the household.

    

     MARRIAGE:

James was listed from Kincardine and Janet from Kilmadock.

 

     Children of Janet Doig and James McNie were as follows:

+   15     i         Janet3 McNie, born 1813 in Netherton, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Aug 1813 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died aft 1881 Of Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married John Leavitt.

     16     ii        Jean3 McNie, born 1815 in Netherton, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 16 Mar 1815 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married Mr. LaSalle.   Notes: Jean came to Canda with her parents in 1817. Reported to have stayed with her husband only 1 night with no children.

+   17     iii       Mary (Marjory, May)3 McNie, born 24 Oct 1821 in Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Nov 1821 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 9 Mar 1884 in East Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Charles Mooney.

+   18     iv       James Earl3 McNie, born 15 Apr 1824 in Beech Ridge, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 16 May 1824 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1909 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1909 in Hillside Cemetery, West Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Olive Poole.

 

 

5. John2 Doig (John1), born 10 Jul 1792 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 18 Jul 1792 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 9 Mar 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 13 Mar 1876 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Jean Paterson, born 26 Mar 1796 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 3 Apr 1796 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 11 Jun 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec; buried 13 Jun 1857 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, daughter of John Paterson and Jean Doig; (2) on 7 Dec 1858 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Anne McLennan, born 1810/16 in Scotland; died 21 Jan 1886 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 23 Jan 1886 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

Notes for John Doig

     Witnesses at John's christening were Walter Doig and John Mondale(?).

    

     John purchased back his father's seat 38 at the Chapel of Ease, Norrieston from William Taylor in 1826. He sold it in 1836 prior to leaving for Canada.

    

     John was a farmer at Murdieston Farm near Thornhill, and he is listed in the voter register there in 1832 and 1837.  He was a major in the militia based at Stirling Castle.

    

     John had trouble with the factor of his landlord, the Earl of Moray, who tried to force his tenants to vote in favor of Sir George Murray, the Tory candidate for the House of Commons.  John voted for Fox Mall, the Reform candidate, and was given notice that the tenancy on Murdieston would be terminated at the end of the current 19 year lease.

    

     John sailed in the fall of 1836 with his family on the vessel "The Monarch," and after a seven week voyage arrived in Montreal, Canada.  The family settled on a farm at LaChute, about forty miles from Montreal.

    

     In 1838 there was a rebellion in the province headed by a Frenchman named Papineau.  John, his cousin Paul, and son John all served as soldiers with the government troops.  John was in the cavalry, and son John served in the infantry under his uncle, Captain Paul Doig.

    

     In 1851, 1861 and 1871 John lived in a one-story frame house in Lachute. He and Anne were listed as Church of Scotland.  In 1851 he owned 350 acres with 150 acres in wheat.  Later he farmed 55 acres of oats, potatoes, and turnips.  In 1871 his daughter Margaret lived at home.

 

Notes for Jean Paterson

     Stirling Observer - Thursday 23 July 1857:

At La Chute, Argentoile, C.E., on the 14th June, Jean Paterson, wife of John Doig, Esq., J.P., formerly of Murdiestoun, near Thornhill, Perthshire. Friends please accept this intimation.

 

Notes for Anne McLennan

     Anne signed her name "X." In 1881 she lived with the family of her stepdaughter Amelia Leishman in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada (page 47).

 

     Children of John Doig and Jean Paterson were as follows:

     19     i         John3 Doig, born 10 Jul 1816 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 19 Jul 1816 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Witnesses at John's christening were James McNee of Neatherton and John Patterson of Southfield.

+   20     ii        Jean (Jane)3 Doig, born 22 Mar 1818 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 29 Mar 1818 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Feb 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 1 Mar 1894 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Nichol.

+   21     iii       John3 Doig, born 20 Feb 1820 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Feb 1820 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 2 Mar 1892 in Dean Lake, Ontario, Canada; buried Mar 1892 in Molesworth Cemetery, Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married Janet McLaren (see 45).

     22     iv       Janet3 Doig, born 1823/24 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1853/60 in Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Jun 1853 in Carrilon, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John (Jack) Buchanan, born 1820/21 in Quebec, Canada; died 1874/80 in MO, son of Thomas Buchanan and Florinda (Florilla) Hutchins.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were John McMaster and Paul Doig.

+   23     v        Andrew3 Doig, born 20 Apr 1827 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Apr 1827 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 7 Sep 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 9 Sep 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jane Catton.

+   24     vi       Paul3 Doig, born 13 Jun 1829 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 24 Jun 1829 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Apr 1916 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 8 Apr 1916 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Jane (Jean) Brown.

+   25     vii      Margaret3 Doig, born 7 Mar 1833 in Stirling, Scotland; died 8 May 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married unknown.

     26     viii     Amelia3 Doig, born 3 Jan 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Mar 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 1 May 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada James Leishman Jr. (see 71), born 18 Oct 1831 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Oct 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of James Leishman and Mary Doig.   Notes: MARRIAGE: They were married by Thomas Henry, minister.  Witnesses were John Doig and Andrew Todd.

 

 

7. Amelia2 Doig (John1), born 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Sep 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 19 Feb 1820 in Christ Church Catherdral, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Andrew Boa, born 1792/93 in Roxburgh, Scotland; died 10 Apr 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 13 Apr 1858 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Andrew Boa and Agnes Smaile.

 

Notes for Amelia Doig

     Witnesses at Amelia's christening were Paul Doig and James Blair.

    

     Amelia came to Canada with her mother in 1817.

    

     MARRIAGE:

The marriage record reads:

Andrew Boa of Montreal carpenter & Emelia Doig of the same place spinster both of the age of majority were married by license from his honour James Monk president of the province of Lower Canada & at Montreal this 19th day of February one thousand eight hundre twenty in the prensence of witnesses. By L. Somerville Muir. The parties did not attend at the time appointed; & the duty was not done by me.

 

Notes for Andrew Boa

     Reported born in Lilliesleaf, Roxburgh.

    

     In 1820 Andrew was listed in the census records as a carpenter in Hochelaga Co., Quebec, Canada. In 1829 he was appointed Justice of the Peace in St. Eustache, County of Two Mountains. In 1851 Andrew and Amelia farmed in Lachute; at home were Janet, Agnes, Ann, James, and Archibald.

    

     In the obituary of his daughter Agnes he is described as Capt. Andrew Boa, J.P., who fought in all Loyalist engagements near Montreal in the rebellion of 1837. He was descended on the paternal side from the family of DuBeau, Hugenots, who escaped from France during the religious persecution and settled in Scotland.

    

     MARRIAGE:

The marriage record reads:

Andrew Boa of Montreal carpenter & Emelia Doig of the same place spinster both of the age of majority were married by license from his honour James Monk president of the province of Lower Canada & at Montreal this 19th day of February one thousand eight hundre twenty in the prensence of witnesses. By L. Somerville Muir. The parties did not attend at the time appointed; & the duty was not done by me.

 

     Children of Amelia Doig and Andrew Boa were as follows:

+   27     i         Andrew3 Boa, born 25 Apr 1820 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Jun 1820 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Dec 1872 in Burlington, Chittenden Co., VT.  He married Margaret Berry.

+   28     ii        John3 Boa, born 17 Jan 1822 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Mar 1908 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 7 Mar 1908 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Mary Patton; (2) Catherine Smith.

+   29     iii       Peter3 Boa, born 3 Sep 1823 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Oct 1883 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI.  He married Isabella Smith.

     30     iv       Janet3 Boa, born 6 Jan 1826 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Feb 1826 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Jan 1890 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 24 Jan 1890 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Janet lived in St. Canute, County of Two Mountains, District of Terrabonne.

+   31     v        Robert3 Boa, born 19 Nov 1827 in St. Scholastique, Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Mar 1858 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 15 Apr 1858 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Stevenson.

+   32     vi       Paul3 Boa, born 11 Dec 1829 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Jun 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Jun 1865 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Catherine Garrison McAdam; (2) Janet Smith.

+   33     vii      Agnes Nancy3 Boa, born 29 Nov 1831 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Mar 1908 in Elgin, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married John D. Simpson.

     34     viii     Ann3 Boa, born 1832/33 in Canada.

+   35     ix       William3 Boa, born 4 Jun 1834 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Jul 1903 in St. Canute, Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; buried 20 Jul 1903 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Hodge.

     36     x        James3 Boa, born 20 Nov 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Apr 1884 in Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1861 James was a merchant living in Lachute with sister Jenett and next door to John Doig.

+   37     xi       Archibald (Archie)3 Boa, born 18 Apr 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Mar 1893 in Genoa, Quebec, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1893 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Janet Matilda W. (Jessie) Buchanan.

 

 

8. Paul2 Doig (John1), born 19 Jun 1797 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Jun 1797 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Feb 1863 in Upper Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 5 Feb 1835 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Mary Jane Smith, born 6 Sep 1805 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 15 Sep 1805 in St. Andrew's Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Jan 1891 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 16 Jan 1891 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Alexander Smith and Eleanor Holmes.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

     Witnesses at Paul's christening were Paul Doig and Will Maxwell.

    

     Paul served in the militia at Stirling Castle.

    

     Paul came to Canada with his mother in 1817. In the 1825 census of Lower Canada he is listed in Lachute with 8 in the household. In 1851 Paul farmed 270 acres in Lachute with 150 acres in wheat.  In 1861 he farmed 380 acres with 200 in oats and potatoes.  In 1871 Mary Jane lived on their farm with children Robert, Andrew, Margaret, and Paul.

    

     The inscription on Paul's tombstone reads: Thanks to God which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Married by Minister William Brunton, a double wedding with his sister Helen.  Witnesses were James Peterman and James Leishman.

 

Notes for Mary Jane Smith

     In 1881 Mary, age 65, farmed in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada (page 43) with her children Robert, Margaret, and Paul.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Married by Minister William Brunton, a double wedding with his sister Helen.  Witnesses were James Peterman and James Leishman.

 

     Children of Paul Doig and Mary Jane Smith were as follows:

+   38     i         John3 Doig, born 1 Jul 1836 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 13 Aug 1836 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Apr 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Isabella Scott.

     39     ii        Alexander3 Doig, born 15 Apr 1838 in Quebec, Canada; died 19 Feb 1865 in Upper Lachute (east of town), Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 21 Feb 1865 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   40     iii       Robert3 Doig, born 31 May 1840 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jul 1840 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Louisa Barron; (2) Margaret Sarah Hodge Boa (see 164).

     41     iv       Janet3 Doig, born 23 Feb 1846 in Quebec, Canada; christened 15 May 1846 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Apr 1867 in Upper Lachute (east of town), Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 16 Apr 1867 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Janet's death were William Hodge and John Doig.

+   42     v        Andrew3 Doig, born 17 Feb 1848 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Jul 1848 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Sep 1912 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Muir.

     43     vi       Margaret3 Doig, born 15 Oct 1850 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Apr 1851 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Aug 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 18 Aug 1909 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 5 Dec 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Paul Smith (see 86), born 8 May 1848 in Quebec, Canada; died 26 Feb 1924 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of John Smith and Helen (Ellen, Eleanor) Doig.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Paul B. Doig and Thomas Christie Jr.

+   44     vii      Paul Boa3 Doig, born 26 Jan 1860 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Apr 1860 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 11 May 1939 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Ann Elizabeth Todd.

 

 

9. Jean (Jane)2 Doig (John1), born 13 Oct 1799 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Oct 1799 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Aug 1874 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 29 Aug 1874 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) on 25 Jul 1820 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Alexander McLaren, born 1784 in Comrie, Perth, Scotland; christened 21 Feb 1784 in Comrie, Perth, Scotland; died 1824 in Chippawa, Niagara Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Colin McLaren and Ann Cameron; (2) on 21 Aug 1827 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada William Murray, born 18 Jan 1792 in Alnwick, Clayport, Northumberland, England; died 26 Dec 1860 in Thomas' Gore, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 28 Dec 1860 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Murray and Isabella Smith.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Doig

     Witnesses at Jean's christening were Paul Doig and William Maxwell.  She came to Canada with her mother in 1817.

 

Notes for Alexander McLaren

     Christening also reported as 22 Feb 1784.

    

     Name also reported as Colin McLaren.

    

     A Colin McLaren was among the passengers on the brig "Curlew" that departed Greenock on 21 July 1818 bound for Toronto; the passengers origined from Comrie, Perthshire.

    

     They lived at Chippewa, Ontario.

 

Notes for William Murray

     In 1851 William (59 Scotland) farmed in Lachute with his wife Jane and 9 children. William and Jean lived on 200 acres in Lachute and Thomas's Gore.  In 1871 Jane lived in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec with her daughters Margaret and Jane.  Her son Alexander lived on the farm on one side and Janet Boa on the other side.

 

     Children of Jean (Jane) Doig and Alexander McLaren were as follows:

     45     i         Janet3 McLaren, born 3 Sep 1821 in Chippawa, Niagra Co., Ontario, Canada; died 3 Nov 1887 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 5 Nov 1887 in Molesworth Cemetery, Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada.  She married on 12 Apr 1840 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Cushing, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada John Doig (see 21), born 20 Feb 1820 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Feb 1820 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 2 Mar 1892 in Dean Lake, Ontario, Canada; buried Mar 1892 in Molesworth Cemetery, Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada, son of John Doig and Jean Paterson.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Marriage also reported 14 Apr 1840 in Chippawa, Ontario, which may have been a second ceremony.

     46     ii        Colin3 McLaren, born 1825 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died in Jamaica, West Indies.   Notes: Colin died young in the militia in Jamaica.

 

     Children of Jean (Jane) Doig and William Murray were as follows:

     47     i         Margaret3 Murray, born 6 Oct 1828 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Nov 1828 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 May 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 19 May 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Margaret mothered one of her brother's children at Lachute after his wife died. Witness to her death was William Hume.

+   48     ii        John M.3 Murray, born 25 Feb 1830 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jul 1888 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi.  He married Margaret Earle.

+   49     iii       Helen (Ellen)3 Murray, born 19 Nov 1832 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Sep 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married George Catton.

+   50     iv       Paul3 Murray, born 21 Jan 1834 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1834 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Dec 1883 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  He married Martha F. Warner.

+   51     v        Alexander3 Murray, born 30 Jun 1835 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Aug 1835 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Aug 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Drew.

+   52     vi       Robert3 Murray, born 3 Jul 1838 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Oct 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jun 1911 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Jane Robertson (see 63).

+   53     vii      James (Jim)3 Murray, born 27 Feb 1840 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Nov 1915 in Pinkerton, Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Ann McGibbon.

     54     viii     Jane3 Murray, born 13 May 1843 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 22 Nov 1843 in Henry (Free) Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Apr 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses at Jane's christening were William Murray and John Smith.

     55     ix       Anna3 Murray, born 27 Feb 1845 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 May 1845 in Henry (Free) Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Mar 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

10. Margaret2 Doig (John1), born 20 Feb 1802 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 1 Mar 1802 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 3 Jun 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 5 Jun 1883 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Jun 1820 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada James Robertson, born 28 Apr 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 6 May 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Feb 1856 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of Thomas Robertson and Margaret Stirling.

 

Notes for Margaret Doig

     Witnesses at Margaret's christening were Paul Doig and Robert Buchannan.  She came to Canada with her mother in 1817.

    

     In 1861 Margaret lived with her three children in Lachute.  In 1871 only her son John was at home farming their land. In 1881 she lived with her son John and his wife Christy in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada (page 48).

 

Notes for James Robertson

     The link to parents is based on age, wife from same parish, and Scottish naming custom.

    

     In 1851 James farmed in Upper Lachute with his wife Margaret and 7 children.

 

     Children of Margaret Doig and James Robertson were as follows:

+   56     i         Janet (Jennet)3 Robertson, born 16 Sep 1821 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Mar 1822 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Mar 1899 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in St. Andrews Protestant Cemetery, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Daniel (Donald) McRuer.

+   57     ii        Thomas3 Robertson, born 18 Oct 1823 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1825 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 May 1908 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  He married Ann (Annie) McGregor.

+   58     iii       Margaret3 Robertson, born 3 Nov 1828 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Feb 1913 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  She married James Shaw.

     59     iv       James3 Robertson, born 25 Aug 1833 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Dec 1857 in Upper Lachute (east of town), Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 2 Jan 1858 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Wittness to James' death was William Fraser.

+   60     v        Amelia3 Robertson, born 10 Jan 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Alexander McFarlane.

+   61     vi       Ann (Annie)3 Robertson, born 3 May 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1923 in Torbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 27 May 1923 in Torbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married John McOuat.

+   62     vii      John3 Robertson, born 16 Mar 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Sep 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Christy Black.

     63     viii     Jane3 Robertson, born 3 Jan 1841 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1878 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 26 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Robert Murray (see 52), born 3 Jul 1838 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Oct 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jun 1911 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of William Murray and Jean (Jane) Doig.   Notes: Age on death record indicates a birth 4 July 1841.

     64     ix       Mary3 Robertson, born 20 Dec 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 28 Oct 1868 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Thomas Nicoll (see 113), born 20 Nov 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Dec 1843 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Nichol and Jean (Jane) Doig.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were John Robertson and James Nicol.

 

 

11. Isabella2 Doig (John1), born 24 May 1804 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 May 1804 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1840/41 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 7 Apr 1823 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Robert Doig, born 7 Mar 1797 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 10 Mar 1797 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Sep 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 8 Sep 1858 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Paul Doig and Elizabeth Doig.

 

Notes for Isabella Doig

     Witnesses at Isabel's christening were Paul Doig and Robert Buchannan.

    

     In the christening record of son Robert Doig in 1841, he is described as the son of the "late" Isabella Doig.

 

Notes for Robert Doig

     Witnesses at Robert's christening were John Doig and Paul Doig of Murdistoun.

    

     Robert may have followed Janet (Buchanan) Doig, widow of John Doig, to Canada in 1817 to marry her daughter Isabel. In the 1825 census of Lower Canada he is listed in Ste. Anne, a suburb of Montreal, Quebec with 5 in the houselhold. He later farmed in Bethany of Lachute and St. Jerusalem Parish.  In 1851 he owned 200 acres with 150 in wheat.

 

     Children of Isabella Doig and Robert Doig were as follows:

     65     i         John3 Doig, born 23 Nov 1825 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 29 Nov 1825 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Jul 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 20 Jul 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     66     ii        Elizabeth3 Doig, born 21 Nov 1828 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 22 Apr 1829 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Jul 1829 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 21 Jul 1829 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

+   67     iii       Elizabeth3 Doig, born 21 Sep 1835 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jan 1836 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 9 Aug 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married David Paul.

+   68     iv       Mary3 Doig, born 4 Dec 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Sep 1838 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Oct 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 6 Oct 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Hugh Fraser.

     69     v        Jane3 Doig, born 24 Sep 1839 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Nov 1839 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Dec 1839 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

+   70     vi       Robert3 Doig, born 20 Sep 1840 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Apr 1841 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Aug 1902 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Marion Fraser.

 

 

13. Mary2 Doig (John1), born 21 May 1809 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 May 1809 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 13 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1856 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 27 Jul 1830 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada James Leishman, born 1806/07 Of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 10 Jun 1879 in Lost River, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Knox Church, Crystal Falls Cemetery, Laurentides, Quebec, Canada, son of James Leishman and Mary Bennie.

 

Notes for Mary Doig

     Witnesses at Mary's christening were Paul Doig and John Doig.  She came to Canada with her mother in 1817.

 

Notes for James Leishman

     James' bith also reported as 1788. A William Lieshman is recorded in the 1825 Montreal census.

    

     Jas. Leishman boarded the "Chambly" of the St. Lawrence Steamboat Company on 23 June 1827 from Quebec to Montreal.

    

     James Leechman appears in the 1851 Agricultural Census for St. Columban, Deux Montagnes Co., Quebec with 360 acres: 100 under cultivation in wheat and rye, 60 in pasture, and 200 wooded. James (45 Scotland) was a Presbyterian with his wife Mary Dag (42 Scotland) with children James Jr., Mary, Catherine, Malcolm, and Emelia (all listed born in Scotland). In 1871 James farmed in St. Colomban with second wife Isabella and 4 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

    

     James was listed as a widower and Isabella a spinster. Witnesses were Andrew Lawson and Mrs. Andrew Lawson.

 

     Children of Mary Doig and James Leishman were as follows:

+   71     i         James3 Leishman Jr., born 18 Oct 1831 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Oct 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Amelia Doig (see 26).

     72     ii        Janet3 Leishman, born 20 Feb 1834 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Jun 1834 in St. Andrews Anglican Church in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died Infant in Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Janet was not with the family in the 1851 census and is presumed deceased.

+   73     iii       Mary3 Leishman, born 18 Mar 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1900/10 in Chariton Co., MO.  She married (1) John (Jack) Buchanan; (2) George Porter McCurry.

     74     iv       John3 Leishman, born 17 Feb 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Jun 1838 in St. Andrews Anglican Church in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died Infant in Quebec, Canada.   Notes: John was not with the family in the 1851 census and is presumed deceased.

     75     v        Catherine3 Leishman, born 22 Aug 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 19 Dec 1864 in Canada Thomas Dobbie, born abt 1839.

     76     vi       Malcolm3 Leishman, born 11 Jun 1843 in St. Columban, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Mar 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses at Malcolm's christening were James Robertson and Margaret Doig.

     77     vii      Isabella3 Leishman, born 21 Aug 1846 in St. Columban, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Mar 1847 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died Infant in Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Isabella's chisteneing were Robert Miller and Robert McClure. Isabella was not with the family in the 1851 census and is presumed deceased.

     78     viii     Amelia (Emily)3 Leishman, born 31 Jan 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Mar 1852 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Amelia's christening were James Leishman and Helen Henry. In 1870 Emily was a domestic servant to B. and Lydia Richardson in Roscoe, Winnebago Co., IL.

+   79     ix       Thomas3 Leishman, born 14 Mar 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 Apr 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Oct 1912 in Iron Bridge, Algoma, Ontario, Canada.  He married Agnes Hoggarth.

     80     x        Paul3 Leishman, born 5 Apr 1854 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Nov 1936 in Tarentorus, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

14. Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig (John1), born 25 Jun 1811 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 5 Jul 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 25 Mar 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 27 Mar 1851 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 5 Feb 1835 in Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canade John Smith, born 1808/09 in Quebec, Canada; died 5 Sep 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 7 Sep 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Alexander Smith and Hannah Fishback.

 

Notes for Helen (Ellen, Eleanor) Doig

     Witnesses at Helen's christening were Paul Doig and John Doig of Murdieston.  She came to Canada with her mother in 1817.

    

     MARRIAGE:

This was a double wedding with her brother Paul Doig.  Witnesses were James Paterson and James Leishman.

 

Notes for John Smith

     In 1851 John was a widower farming in Lachute with children Janet, Alexander, Samuel, Mary Jane, William, and Paul, and his mother Hannah Smith. In 1861 he farmed there with his son John and his wife Ellen, and his mother Hannah. In 1871 John was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil.  At home were sons Alexander, John and Paul by Helen Doig, and his second wife and family. In 1881 he farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish (page 69) with is second wife Agnes Scott and 5 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

This was a double wedding with her brother Paul Doig.  Witnesses were James Paterson and James Leishman.

 

     Children of Helen (Ellen, Eleanor) Doig and John Smith were as follows:

     81     i         Janet3 Smith, born 10 Nov 1835 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Jun 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 25 Jun 1900 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 5 Oct 1858 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Paul Boa, born 11 Dec 1829 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Jun 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Jun 1865 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Andrew Boa and Amelia Doig.   Notes: In 1871 Janet and stepson William lived next door to Jane (Doig) Murray, who lived next door to her son Alexander Murray, in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil; she had a servant Mary Smith.

+   82     ii        Alexander3 Smith, born 4 May 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jun 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Janet (Jessie) Pollock.

     83     iii       John (Jack)3 Smith, born 25 Oct 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Jan 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 May 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 John was unmarried and living with his brother Paul in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil.

     84     iv       Mary Jane3 Smith, born 19 Dec 1841 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Mar 1842 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Oct 1872 in St. Jerusalem Parish, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 24 Oct 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Mary's christening were James Weir and J. W. H. Brunton. In 1871 Mary was an unmarried servant to Janet (Smith) Boa (L116/L162) in St. Jerusalem parish. Witnesses to Mary's death certificated were John Smith and Janet (x, her mark).

     85     v        William3 Smith, born 13 Jun 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Aug 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to William's christening were John Christie and John Marquet.

+   86     vi       Paul3 Smith, born 8 May 1848 in Quebec, Canada; died 26 Feb 1924 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Doig (see 43).

     87     vii      Robert3 Smith, born 14 Jan 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Feb 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Birthdate may be 4 Jan 1851. Witnesses to Robert's christening were John Smith and William Low. Robert probably died young as another child was named Robert by his father¿s second wife.

 

Generation 3

 

15. Janet3 McNie (Janet2 Doig, John1), born 1813 in Netherton, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Aug 1813 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died aft 1881 Of Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 4 Dec 1832 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John Leavitt, born 1807/09 in Quebec, Canada; died 4 Mar 1890 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for John Leavitt

     In 1851 John farmed in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Janet and 6 children. In 1861 John Levit farmed in Caldonia with Janet and 7 children. In 1871 and 1881 John Leavitt farmed in Caldonia with Janet and children Janet, Maria, Joel and John. John was a Methodist.

 

     Children of Janet McNie and John Leavitt were as follows:

     88     i         Lucinda4 Leavitt, born 20 Aug 1838 in Upper Canada; died 4 Jun 1917 in Prescott, Calidonia, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Lucinda, Janet, Maria, and Levi lived together in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     89     ii        Levi4 Leavitt, born 4 Dec 1840 in Upper Canada; died 22 Jan 1903 in Prescott, Calidonia, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Lucinda, Janet, Maria, and Levi lived together in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     90     iii       Janet4 Leavitt, born 8 Sep 1842 in Ontario, Canada; died 14 Aug 1922 in VanKleek Hill, W. Hawkesbury Twp., Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Lucinda, Janet, Maria, and Levi lived together in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada. Janet did not marry.

+   91     iv       James4 Leavitt, born 13 Apr 1843 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 May 1915 in Prescott, Calidonia, Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Ann Stirling.

     92     v        Anne4 Leavitt, born 1845/46 in West Canada; died 28 Apr 1874 in Prescott & Russell, Ontario, Canada.

     93     vi       Maria4 Leavitt, born 2 Jun 1850 in West Canada; died 21 Mar 1917 in Prescott, Calidonia, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Lucinda, Janet, Maria, and Levi lived together in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     94     vii      Joel4 Leavitt, born 19 Feb 1854 in Ontario, Canada; died 27 Oct 1937 in Hawksbury, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Joel farmed alone in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

+   95     viii     John4 Leavitt, born 11 Jun 1856 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 29 May 1948 in VanKleek Hill, W. Hawkesbury Twp., Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Christie Ann McAlpine.

 

 

17. Mary (Marjory, May)3 McNie (Janet2 Doig, John1), born 24 Oct 1821 in Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Nov 1821 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 9 Mar 1884 in East Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 27 Aug 1844 in Grenville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Charles Mooney, born 1820/22 in Antrim, Ireland; died 8 Mar 1891 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Alexander Mooney and Janet Crawford.

 

Notes for Charles Mooney

     In 1851, 1871 and 1881 Charles farmed Hawkesbury East, Prescott, Ontario with wife Mary and children. He was an Episcopalian.

 

     Children of Mary (Marjory, May) McNie and Charles Mooney were as follows:

     96     i         Alexander Charles4 Mooney, born 1843/45 in Quebec, Canada.

+   97     ii        John C.4 Mooney, born 1847 in East Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Mar 1907 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Abigail Orton.

     98     iii       Samuel A.4 Mooney, born 1848 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 Mar 1926 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Ann Hayes, born 1855; died 5 Apr 1933 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

+   99     iv       Janet4 Mooney, born 13 Jan 1849 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Mar 1937 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Ralph Archibald LeRoy.

     100   v        Mary Ann4 Mooney, born 1856/57 in Ontario, Canada; died 12 Jan 1896 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     101   vi       James C.4 Mooney, born 18 Sep 1865 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 28 Oct 1943 in Islay, Alberta, Canada.  He married (1) on 7 Jun 1893 in Hawkesbury, Prescott, Ontario, Canada Eliza Morrison McInnes, born 27 Jan 1867 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 14 Sep 1932 in Islay, Alberta, Canada, daughter of John McInnes and Mary Currie; (2) on 8 Nov 1933 in Canada Mabel Helena Dunning, born 24 Aug 1882 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of James William Dunning and Mary Jane Vogan.   Notes: In 1901 James farmed in East Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario with wife Elisa.

+   102   vii      Charles C.4 Mooney, born 18 Mar 1867 in Ontario, Canada; died 1953 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ann (Maggie) Douglas.

 

 

18. James Earl3 McNie (Janet2 Doig, John1), born 15 Apr 1824 in Beech Ridge, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 16 May 1824 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1909 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1909 in Hillside Cemetery, West Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 13 Jun 1848 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Olive Poole, born 2 Jul 1830 in VT; died 13 Jun 1902 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 15 Jun 1902 in Hillside Cemetery, West Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Timothy Poole.

 

Notes for James Earl McNie

     James enlisted in the US Army in New York on 4 Oct 1848. He was described as blue eyes, light brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 11-1/2" tall. He was stationed at Fort Kearney. He was discharged  for "ordinary disability" on 19 Oct 1849.

    

     In 1851 James McNee farmed at Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Olive with children John and a no name girl; Olive's father Timothy Pool lived with them. In 1861 James McNie farmed in Hawkesbury East with Olive and 6 children. In 1881 James McNee farmed in Hawkesbury East with Olive and 8 children. In 1901 he was retired in Hawkesbury with Olivia and 2 children.

    

     Witness to James' death certificate was his son William who reported his parents a John McNie of Glasgow and Jane Doig of Scotland.

 

Notes for Olive Poole

     Eastern Ontario Review June 20, 1902 The late Mrs. Jas. McNie [Olive Poole]

The news of the death of Mrs. James McNie in Hawkesbury last Sunday came as a surprise to her many friends and relatives in this county. Mrs. McNie was about 72 years of age and formerly resided in the township of East Hawkesbury. Recently she has resided in Hawkesbury. The deceased lady was the mother of Mrs. W.S. Mooney and Mrs. Levi [Margaret] Stephens of Vankleek Hill and Mr. Wm. McNie of East Hawkesbury. The funeral services were held on Tuesday in Hawkesbury.

 

     Children of James Earl McNie and Olive Poole were as follows:

+   103   i         John Earl4 McNie, born 15 May 1849 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Apr 1927 in San Joaquin Co., CA.  He married (1) Malvina Mary (Milvina, Melvina) Garrison; (2) Mabel E. Sheldon.

+   104   ii        Janet Marie4 McNie, born 30 Mar 1851 in Ontario, Canada; died 12 Apr 1931 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada.  She married William Samuel Mooney.

+   105   iii       William Guillaume4 McNie, born 14 Mar 1853 in Argenteil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jul 1853 in East Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada; died 28 Jan 1943 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Florence Hunter.

     106   iv       Emma4 McNie, born 3 Feb 1855 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died aft 1911 in Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1911 Emma was unmarried and lived alone at McGill, Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario.

+   107   v        Margaret Jane (Maggie)4 McNie, born 25 Jan 1856 in Ontario, Canada; died 23 Dec 1910 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada.  She married Levi Stevens.

+   108   vi       Levi (Levy)4 McNie, born 14 May 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Jan 1860 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 May 1939 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA.  He married (1) Alice J. Shanklin; (2) Alma (Allie) Brown.

+   109   vii      James4 McNie, born 18 Feb 1862 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 15 Feb 1940 in Sacramento Co., CA.  He married Marie Eugenia (Mary) Vilmont.

     110   viii     George4 McNie, born 12 Jul 1867 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 Feb 1932 in Hedley, BC, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 George was an unmarried laborer in Yale, British Columbia.

     111   ix       Charles4 McNie, born 21 Apr 1869 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Dec 1887 in Hawkesbury, Prescott, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hillside Cemetery, West Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada.

     112   x        Henry Edwin4 McNie, born 8 May 1879 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 Aug 1909 in West Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 4 Aug 1909 in Hillside Cemetery, West Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Henry was a telegraph foreman.

 

 

20. Jean (Jane)3 Doig (John2, John1), born 22 Mar 1818 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 29 Mar 1818 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Feb 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 1 Mar 1894 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Nichol, born 1798 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland; christened 8 Jul 1798 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland; died 19 Jan 1885 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 22 Jan 1885 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Thomas Nichol and Janet Anderson.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Doig

     In 1841 Jean was a field servant to Alex King at Lochons, Kilmadock.

 

Notes for John Nichol

     Land patents were issued to John Nichol on 20 Apr 1836 and 2 June 1837 in Upper Canada (Quebec).

    

     In 1861 John (age 60) farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada with his wife Jean (43) and children Thomas, Andrew, Paul, Jane, Jenett, Elizabeth, and Margaret. In 1871 he (72) farmed In Argenteuil with his wife Jane (52) and children Andrew, Jane, Paul, Jannet, Elizabeth, Margaret, and May. In 1871 Andrew Nicle (born 1790/1) and Jannet (born 1800/1) lived next door, probably a brother. In 1881 John (81) lived in St. Jerusalem (page 42) with his wife Jean (63), son Paul with his wife Eliabeth and daughter Eliza M., daughters Elizabeth, Margaret, and May, and Jean Nichol, age 18 Scotland.

 

     Children of Jean (Jane) Doig and John Nichol were as follows:

+   113   i         Thomas4 Nicoll, born 20 Nov 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Dec 1843 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Robertson (see 64).

     114   ii        Jean (Jane)4 Nicoll, born 11 Nov 1843 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Apr 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Aug 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 12 Aug 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Jean's christening were John Christie and John Doig. Witnesses to Jean's death certificate were Andrew Boa and James Pollock.

+   115   iii       Andrew (Andy)4 Nicoll, born 12 May 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Aug 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Feb 1920 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.  He married Florenda Hutchins (Flora, Florence) McCallum.

     116   iv       Jean4 Nicoll, born 20 Nov 1847 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Oct 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 28 Jun 1892 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William McOuat, born 18 Nov 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Nov 1906 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William McOuat and Jean (Jane) Drew.

+   117   v        Paul4 Nicoll, born 18 Jul 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jan 1921 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Hastings McFarlane.

+   118   vi       Janet4 Nichol, born 2 Mar 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jan 1855 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Feb 1935 in Upper Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Walter Smith.

     119   vii      Elizabeth (Lizzie)4 Nicoll, born 15 Sep 1856 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Mar 1947 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Lizzie lived in Montreal, Quebec with her sister May York

     120   viii     Margaret (Maggie)4 Nicoll, born 8 Sep 1859 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 2 Apr 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Nov 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  She married on 1 Mar 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John Alexander Boa (see 151), born 6 Nov 1857 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1859 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Sep 1947 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, son of John Boa and Catherine Smith.   Notes: Witnesses to Margaret's christening were John Nicoll and Thomas H. Henry. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Paul Nicol and John Leishman.

     121   ix       May4 Nicoll, born 11 Mar 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 Aug 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Mar 1921 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) on 11 Oct 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Daniel York, born Oct 1867/67 in Nantwich, Cheshire, England; died 1 Dec 1899 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, son of William York and Phoebe (---); (2) on 14 Feb 1907 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada James Newcombe, son of James Newcombe and Charlotte Williamson.   Notes: Witnesses to Mary's christening were Helen D. Henry and Helen Henry. In 1901 May was a widow in Montreal, Quebec with sister Lizzie.

 

 

21. John3 Doig (John2, John1), born 20 Feb 1820 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Feb 1820 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 2 Mar 1892 in Dean Lake, Ontario, Canada; buried Mar 1892 in Molesworth Cemetery, Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married on 12 Apr 1840 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Cushing, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Janet McLaren (see 45), born 3 Sep 1821 in Chippawa, Niagra Co., Ontario, Canada; died 3 Nov 1887 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 5 Nov 1887 in Molesworth Cemetery, Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada, daughter of Alexander McLaren and Jean (Jane) Doig.

 

Notes for John Doig

     John received his early education at the old Thornhill Grammar School where he acquired a thorough knowledge of

Mathematics, Classics, and the Holy Scriptures. He excelled in History and English Literature and as a debater

had few equals. His father was determined that he become a minister but John wanted rather to go to Stirling into

the mercantile business with his mother's two brothers Alexander and Robert Paterson. He left Scotland with his

family (John Doig and Jane Paterson) at age 16 and sailed from Fort William in the fall of 1836, aboard The

"Monarch", landing at Montreal seven weeks later. They settled at LaChute, near Montreal.

    

     In 1837/8 John served as a government soldier against the insurrection led by the Frenchman Papineau.  He served in the infantry under his uncle, Captain Paul Doig.

    

     John and his wife Janet McLaren were first cousins.

    

     In 1851 John owned 120 acres in Lachute, Quebec, with 30 acres in wheat; with him were his wife Janet and children John, Andrew, and Jane.  In 1853 the family went by boat and overland with team and wagon to Queen's Bush, Huron County, Ontario.  They lived in a primitive log cabin while John worked his heavily timbered tract.  In 1854 he moved to Tuckersmith Township, Huron County, where he built a log house.  He purchased more land in Mar 1863 and 28 Feb 1871.  In 1872 John erected a substantial brick home.  His 100 acres became one of the best improved and most valuable estates in the province.  In 1881 he lived in Tuckersmith Township with Janet, daughters Jessie and Isabella, and grandson Colin David Doig. John was an intelligent and intellectual man.  He assumed a position of political leadership as a Liberal.  He commanded the respect and confidence of his fellow man and held many positions of public trust in Huron County.

    

     Janet McLaren was from Chippawa, Ontario but had returned to the Lachute area with her mother, Jane Doig, following the death of her father Colin McLaren. There she married John Doig. John owned 120 acres with 30 acres in wheat. John worked in Hamilton in the winter months erecting buildings along the dock and here he learned to frame buildings using timber. In April of 1853, Janet brought the family from Lachute to Hamilton and met John and they hired a wagon and moved to Kippen, Ontario where they bought a 100 acre farm from John's uncle, Robert Bell. Here they homesteaded, cleared the land and made their home at Lot 14, Concession 2, Tuckersmith Township, Huron County. He was an intelligent and intellectual man who assumed a position of leadership in his area and was a staunch Liberal. He commanded the respect and confidence of his fellow man and held positions of trust in Huron County. He framed his house and barn and many of the other buildings in the area. Later he erected a substantial brick home in 1872. His 100 acres became one of the best improved and most valuable estates in Ontario. He served on the Tuckersmith Council and School Board and also on the Huron County Council. Following Janet's death, he sold the farm to his youngest son William and moved to Dean Lake in Algoma, Ontario in 1890. He died of heart failure at 72 years of age while feeding the livestock on his homestead in Algoma.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Marriage also reported 14 Apr 1840 in Chippawa, Ontario, which may have been a second ceremony.

 

Notes for Janet McLaren

     MARRIAGE:

Marriage also reported 14 Apr 1840 in Chippawa, Ontario, which may have been a second ceremony.

 

     Children of John Doig and Janet McLaren were as follows:

+   122   i         John4 Doig Jr., born 22 May 1843 in County of Two Mountains, Lower Canada, Canada; christened 25 Aug 1847 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jun 1925 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 6 Jun 1925 in Brucefield Cemetery, Brucefield, Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Ellen Stewart (Helen) McKay.

+   123   ii        Andrew4 Doig, born 16 Jul 1845 in East Settlement, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 18 Feb 1914 in Gorrie, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Patrick.

+   124   iii       Jane4 Doig, born 6 Feb 1850 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1853 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Apr 1923 in Iron Bridge, Algoma Dist., Ontario, Canada; buried 7 Apr 1923 in Iron Bridge, Algoma Dist., Ontario, Canada.  She married Mathew Andrew Clark.

+   125   iv       Janet (Jessie)4 Doig, born 6 Feb 1852 in East Settlement, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1853 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jun 1882 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 24 Jun 1882 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  She married unknown.

+   126   v        William McLaren4 Doig, born 12 Mar 1859 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Mar 1933 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Lydia J. Conley.

+   127   vi       Isabella (Belle)4 Doig, born Aug 1861 in Ontario, Canada; died 1 Oct 1944 in Thessalon, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada.  She married Thomas Hammell.

 

 

23. Andrew3 Doig (John2, John1), born 20 Apr 1827 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Apr 1827 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 7 Sep 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 9 Sep 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 10 Oct 1854 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Jane Catton, born 23 Aug 1827 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William James Catton and Mary Johnston.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

     In 1861 Andrew was a farmer in Chatham of 150 acres, with 100 acres in oats and potatoes.  In 1871 he was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec. In 1881 he farmed in St. Jerusalem (page 42) with his wife Jane and children Jane, Jessie, Andrew, Anne, Charlotte, and Amelia.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Robert Buchanan and William McFarlane.

 

Notes for Jane Catton

     Jane's parents were from England. In 1901 Jane lived with her son Andrew.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Robert Buchanan and William McFarlane.

 

     Children of Andrew Doig and Jane Catton were as follows:

+   128   i         John (Jack)4 Doig, born Aug 1855 in Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jun 1904 in Carrville, Trinity Co., CA; buried in Trinity Center, Trinity Co., CA.  He married Julia Gaffney.

     129   ii        Mary Johnston4 Doig, born 7 Mar 1857 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Nov 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 24 May 1898 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada John R. McDonald, born 1845/46 in Quebec, Canada, son of Ronal McDonald and Isabella McEachron.

+   130   iii       Jane Paterson4 Doig, born 22 Nov 1858 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jun 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Feb 1955 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Archibald G. McArthur.

     131   iv       Janet D. (Jessie)4 Doig, born 28 Sep 1860 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Mar 1862 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Jul 1934 in Fresno Co., CA.  She married on 29 Dec 1897 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA Frederick Edward (Fred) Miller, born 23 Apr 1870 in Washington Co., OH; died 15 Jul 1949 in Fresno Co., CA, son of Miss Librand.   Notes: MARRIAGE: They were married by the Rev. A. Melvin Williams of Visailia.

+   132   v        Andrew4 Doig, born 18 May 1862 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Oct 1862 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Jul 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 12 Jul 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Eleanor (Ellie, Ellen) Wood.

     133   vi       Ann (Annie)4 Doig, born 24 Dec 1865 in Quebec, Canada; died 17 Jan 1945 in Santa Clara Co., CA.  She married (1) on 7 Jan 1892 in Eldred House, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA James Berry, born 18 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Aug 1904 in Scotia, Humbolt Co., CA, son of James Berry and Elizabeth Miller; (2) Thomas Eugene Mellen, born 16 Aug 1873 in MO; died 19 Aug 1933 in Fresno Co., CA.   Notes: Birth also reported as 21 June 1865. MARRIAGE: They were married by the Rev. R. M. Stevenson.

     134   vii      Charlotte4 Doig, born 14 Feb 1867 in Quebec, Canada; died 16 Apr 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Charlotte was unmarried and living with her brother and mother in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.

+   135   viii     Amelia (Emma)4 Doig, born 6 Sep 1869 in Quebec, Canada; died 27 Nov 1931 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married William (Bill) Thompson Jr..

 

 

24. Paul3 Doig (John2, John1), born 13 Jun 1829 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 24 Jun 1829 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Apr 1916 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 8 Apr 1916 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 29 Dec 1859 in Dalesville Baptist Church, Dalesville, Chatham Twp., Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Jane (Jean) Brown, born 31 Oct 1836 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland; christened 11 Dec 1836 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland; died 10 Jun 1924 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 13 Jun 1924 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Brown and Margaret McOuat.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

     Paul moved with his family to Canada in 1836.  He belonged to the Free Church. In 1861 and 1871 Paul farmed 175 acres of oats, potatoes, and turnips in Lachute, St. Jerusalem Parish.  In 1871 children William, Janet, and Paul were not in the household.  He came to Ontario in 1876.  In 1881 he lived in Howick Township, Huron County; Jane's parent's lived with the family.  In 1891 he still farmed in Howick; sons John and William lived next door.

 

Notes for Jane (Jean) Brown

     Birth record reads: October 1836 - John Brown carter Port Dundas & Margaret McOwat had a lawful daughter their 4th child born 31 October 1836 Bapt 11 Dec 1836 named Jean, Wm Brown & Thos McOwat, witnesses.

    

     In 1921 Jane lived in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario with her son-in-law Alexander Adams, daugher Margaret Adams, and cousin Elizabeth Draper. Jean was a Baptist.

 

     Children of Paul Doig and Jane (Jean) Brown were as follows:

+   136   i         John4 Doig, born 4 Nov 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jan 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Dec 1905 in Carrick Township, Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Joanne (Joan, Annie) Inglis.

+   137   ii        Andrew4 Doig, born 19 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Sep 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jul 1947 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Ann (Annie) Miller.

     138   iii       Margaret (Maggie)4 Doig, born 15 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Jan 1925 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 15 Nov 1916 in Gray Co., Ontario, Canada Alexander (Alex) Adams, born 1857/59 in Ontario, Canada; died 5 Feb 1942 in Canada, son of John Stewart Adams and Jane Ireland.

+   139   iv       William4 Doig, born 23 Feb 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Feb 1950 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Janet Ross Patrick.

     140   v        Janet4 Doig, born 1 Aug 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Nov 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died Infant in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Janet's christening were William Hodge and John Doig. Janet was not with the family in 1881, and she may have died young.

     141   vi       Paul4 Doig, born 15 Aug 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Apr 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   142   vii      Jean Patterson (Jane)4 Doig, born 14 Feb 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Oct 1958 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married William Adams.

+   143   viii     Jessie4 Doig, born 8 May 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Oct 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Jul 1946 in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO.  She married David John Cooper.

+   144   ix       Elizabeth Nichol (Lizzie)4 Doig, born 20 Aug 1876 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Jul 1944 in Akron, Summit Co., OH.  She married Robert Ferguson Edgar.

 

 

25. Margaret3 Doig (John2, John1), born 7 Mar 1833 in Stirling, Scotland; died 8 May 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Not married unknown.

 

Notes for Margaret Doig

     Margaret lived in Lachute, Quebec.  In 1861 she lived with her brother Paul and family.  In 1871 she lived with her father and stepmother.  In 1901 she was a dressmaker living in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec with her daughter Lucy Doig.  She did not marry.

 

     Children of Margaret Doig were as follows:

     145   i         Lucy Jane Patterson4 Doig, born 23 Dec 1879 in Quebec, Canada; christened 13 May 1885 in Methodist Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: From the Lachute Methodist Church records (Lachute United Church, book 12, folio 7): "On this thirteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty five - Lucy Jane Patterson Doig a child of Margaret Doig - Lachute - was baptized by me. H. W. Knowles minister. Witnesses: Margaret Doig and J. B. Knowles." And immediately below this entry, undated: "The age of Lucy J. P. Doig having been omitted from the record above, upon inquiry has been established that she was born on the ____ day of December one thousand eight hundred and seventy nine, of which the undersigned is fully cognizant. Witness: Harriet Scholefield." In the 1901 census Lucy's birth is given as 23 Dec 1880 in Quebec.

 

 

27. Andrew3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 25 Apr 1820 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Jun 1820 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Dec 1872 in Burlington, Chittenden Co., VT.  He married on 16 Aug 1841 in Episcopal Church, Gore, Quebec, Canada Margaret Berry, born 1819/20 in England; died 1872 in Burlington, Chittenden Co., VT.

 

Notes for Andrew Boa

     In 1870 Andrew farmed in Jerico, Chittenden Co., VT with his wife Margaret, son Peter, a servant and a farm worker.

    

     MARRIAGE:

The marriage record reads:

Andrew Boa of Arguenteuil Batchelor and Margt. Berry of the same place Spinster, were married after due proclamation of banns on the sixteenth day of Augt one thousand eight hundred and forty one by me Jno Macmaster Minst. Signed by Andrew Boa Jr. and Margaret Berry. Witnesses John Boa and Hary Patan.

 

Notes for Margaret Berry

     MARRIAGE:

The marriage record reads:

Andrew Boa of Arguenteuil Batchelor and Margt. Berry of the same place Spinster, were married after due proclamation of banns on the sixteenth day of Augt one thousand eight hundred and forty one by me Jno Macmaster Minst. Signed by Andrew Boa Jr. and Margaret Berry. Witnesses John Boa and Hary Patan.

 

     Children of Andrew Boa and Margaret Berry were as follows:

+   146   i         Peter4 Boa, born 1851/52 in Canada.  He married Mary E. Leahy.

 

 

28. John3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 17 Jan 1822 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Mar 1908 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 7 Mar 1908 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) on 5 Jul 1840 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Cushing, Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Patton, born 16 Nov 1819 in Great Ryle, Whittingham, Northumberland, England; christened 24 Nov 1819 in Presbyterian, Glanton, Northumberland, England; died 19 Apr 1850 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Patton and Margaret Kent; (2) on 31 Mar 1855 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Cushing, Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Catherine Smith, born 10 Apr 1823 in Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried 21 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

 

Notes for John Boa

     John lived in Thomas' Grove.  In 1851 he lived in Lachute; Mary was not with him.  In 1871 he farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec; at home were his second wife Catherne, and children Thomas, John, and Euphemia.

 

Notes for Catherine Smith

     Witnesses to Catherine's death were Eddie Armstrong and Paul B. Boa.

 

     Children of John Boa and Mary Patton were as follows:

     147   i         Margaret4 Boa, born 1838/39 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Mar 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

+   148   ii        Amelia (Emily)4 Boa, born 10 Nov 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 27 Dec 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Jul 1936 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.  She married William Todd.

+   149   iii       Andrew4 Boa, born 26 Aug 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 30 Mar 1926 in Stoy, Crawford Co., IL; buried in Oblong Cemetery, Oblong, Crawford Co., IL.  He married (1) Mary McLaren; (2) Emily T. (---).

+   150   iv       Thomas Patton4 Boa, born 29 Dec 1849 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1928 in WI.  He married Harriet Jane (Hattie) DeLong.

 

     Children of John Boa and Catherine Smith were as follows:

+   151   i         John Alexander4 Boa, born 6 Nov 1857 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1859 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Sep 1947 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret (Maggie) Nicoll (see 120).

     152   ii        Euphemia4 Boa, born 1862/63 in Quebec, Canada.

 

 

29. Peter3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 3 Sep 1823 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Oct 1883 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI.  He married on 17 Jan 1846 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Isabella Smith, born 14 May 1829 in Canada; died 7 Apr 1904 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI.

 

Notes for Peter Boa

     Peter was a farmer in East Settlement of Lachute.  In 1851 he owned 90 acres with 20 in wheat. He moved to the US in 1878. In 1880 he farmed in Washington Township, Sanilac Co., MI with his wife Isabella, children Andrew, Amelia, and Margaret, and granddaughter Isabella Leichman (8 Canada).

 

     Children of Peter Boa and Isabella Smith were as follows:

     153   i         Andrew4 Boa, born 16 Apr 1848 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Aug 1850 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 May 1917 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI.  He married on 29 Sep 1882 Melvina Grant, born 18 Mar 1861 in Perth Co., Canada; died 9 May 1935 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI, daughter of Henry Samuel Grant and Emma Jane Seeley.   Notes: Witnesses to Andrew's christening were John Boa and Peter Boa. Andrew entered the US with his parents in 1878 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1900 Andrew farmed in Washington Township, Sanilac Co., MI with his wife Melvina; they reported having had no children.

     154   ii        Mary Jane4 Boa, born 13 Jun 1850 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Aug 1850 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witnesses to Mary Jane's christening were John Boa and Peter Boa.

     155   iii       Alexander Robert4 Boa, born 15 Feb 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     156   iv       William John4 Boa, born 12 May 1855 in Canada; died 1931 in Sanilac Co., MI; buried in Washington Cemetery, Sanilac Co., MI.   Notes: In 1910 William was a widower and servant in Sanilac Township, Sanilac Co., MI (page 11A).

     157   v        Paul Sydney4 Boa, born 12 May 1859 in Canada.

     158   vi       Amelia Agnes4 Boa, born 31 May 1862 in Canada.

     159   vii      Margaret Isabella4 Boa, born 8 Apr 1865 in Canada.

 

 

31. Robert3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 19 Nov 1827 in St. Scholastique, Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Mar 1858 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried 15 Apr 1858 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Stevenson, born 17 Mar 1828 in Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jan 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Stevenson and Elizabeth Cochran.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Stevenson

     In 1871 Elizabeth, her father, and her son lived in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.  In 1901 Elizabeth lived with her son.

 

     Children of Robert Boa and Elizabeth Stevenson were as follows:

+   160   i         Robert4 Boa, born 9 Jun 1852 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Apr 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Helen (Ellen) Smith.

 

 

32. Paul3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 11 Dec 1829 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Jun 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Jun 1865 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) on 27 Nov 1855 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Catherine Garrison McAdam, born 12 Apr 1834 in Quebec, Canada; died 22 Dec 1857 in Beechridge, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, daughter of Hugh McAdam and Catherine Garrison; (2) on 5 Oct 1858 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Janet Smith, born 10 Nov 1835 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Jun 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 25 Jun 1900 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Smith and Helen (Ellen, Eleanor) Doig.

 

Notes for Janet Smith

     In 1871 Janet and stepson William lived next door to Jane (Doig) Murray, who lived next door to her son Alexander Murray, in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil; she had a servant Mary Smith.

 

     Children of Paul Boa and Catherine Garrison McAdam were as follows:

     161   i         William Henry French4 Boa, born 18 Nov 1856 in West Adam, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Apr 1877 in Pueblo, Pueblo Co., CO; buried 15 Apr 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Witness to William's burial record was William McAdam.

 

 

33. Agnes Nancy3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 29 Nov 1831 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Mar 1908 in Elgin, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 2 Jul 1853 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada John D. Simpson, born Aug 1830 in Scotland; died 23 Dec 1900 in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for John D. Simpson

     In 1871 John was a laborer's agent in Sarnie, Lambton, Ontario with wife Agnes and daughter Mary. In 1891 he was a road inspector in Sarnia with Agnes, granddaughter Agnes A. Hull, and 3 others.

 

     Children of Agnes Nancy Boa and John D. Simpson were as follows:

+   162   i         Mary4 Simpson, born 1853/54 in Ontario, Canada.  She married Robert Andrew Hull.

     163   ii        Donald4 Simpson, died 1894 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

35. William3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 4 Jun 1834 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Jul 1903 in St. Canute, Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; buried 20 Jul 1903 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 18 Jan 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Hodge, born 18 Feb 1834 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jun 1910 in Quebec, Canada, daughter of Robert Hodge and Margaret Graham.

 

Notes for William Boa

     In 1871 William farmed in Saint-Canut, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec with his wife Mary and 5 children. In 1901 he  farmed in Saint-Canut with Mary, daughter Emilia, and David H. Black.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Mary was a spinster from the parish of St. Scholastique.

 

Notes for Mary Hodge

     In the 1851 census Mary is listed born 1831/2 in Scotland.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Mary was a spinster from the parish of St. Scholastique.

 

     Children of William Boa and Mary Hodge were as follows:

     164   i         Margaret Sarah Hodge4 Boa, born 2 Jan 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Sep 1924 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 9 Jan 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Robert Doig (see 40), born 31 May 1840 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jul 1840 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Paul Doig and Mary Jane Smith.   Notes: Witnesses to Margaret's christening were Helen Henry and William Boa.

+   165   ii        Andrew Archibald4 Boa, born 19 Aug 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Mar 1940 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Harriet Elizabeth Catherine Jackson Armstrong.

+   166   iii       Amelia Janet4 Boa, born 10 Jan 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Gules Mourey.

+   167   iv       Robert Hodge4 Boa, born 2 Feb 1866 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Jul 1930 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jean Paterson (Jane) Leishman (see 297).

     168   v        Mary Helen Hodge4 Boa, born 1868/69 in St. Canute, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Oct 1960 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     169   vi       William4 Boa, born abt 1872 in Quebec, Canada; died 5 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 7 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     170   vii      Agnes Elizabeth4 Boa, born 26 Jun 1875 in St. Canute, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1895 in St. Canute, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; buried 20 Mar 1895 in St. Canute, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada.

     171   viii     Richard4 Boa, born 7 Jan 1879 in St. Canute, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jan 1879 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 23 Jan 1879 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

37. Archibald (Archie)3 Boa (Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 18 Apr 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Mar 1893 in Genoa, Quebec, Canada; buried 17 Mar 1893 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 11 Jul 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Janet Matilda W. (Jessie) Buchanan, born 1839/40 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 Dec 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 26 Dec 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Buchanan and Florinda (Florilla) Hutchins.

 

Notes for Archibald (Archie) Boa

     In 1861 Archibald was a carpenter living next to John Doig (K104) in St. Jerusalem Parish, Augenteuil.  In 1871 he still farmed in the area.

 

     Children of Archibald (Archie) Boa and Janet Matilda W. (Jessie) Buchanan were as follows:

+   172   i         Amelia Doig (Emily)4 Boa, born 22 Sep 1959 in Quebec, Canada; died 18 Dec 1902 in Boone Co., IL.  She married John Franklin (Frank) Biggerstaff.

+   173   ii        Florinda Hutchins4 Boa, born 25 Sep 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1939 in IL.  She married Joseph Henry Scott.

+   174   iii       Andrew Archibald4 Boa, born 9 Mar 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jun 1947 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Agnes Doig (see 184).

+   175   iv       Thomas Buchanan4 Boa, born 25 Dec 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened Mar 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Sep 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Emily Ann Burgin.

     176   v        Robert4 Boa, born 10 Oct 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 26 Feb 1939 in Atlantic Heights, Monmouth Co., NJ.   Notes: In 1930 Robert was an unmarried carpenter and builder boarding at 1416 Maple Avenue, Hillside, Union Co., NJ.

+   177   vi       Lydia Huchings4 Boa, born 22 Sep 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Aug 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Aug 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married William Alexander (Bill) Gordon.

+   178   vii      Alice Willard4 Boa, born 23 Nov 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Miller.

+   179   viii     John Simpson4 Boa, born 11 Jul 1875 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1957 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Jeanne (Maggie) McCoy.

     180   ix       Paul Buchanan4 Boa, born 29 Sep 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died Mar 1944 in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY.  He married on 14 Jun 1899 in Winnebago Co., IL Lillian K. (Lily) Kopelke, born Apr 1872 in IL; died 1946 in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, daughter of Charles Kopelke and Felicia (---).   Notes: Paul entered the US in 1897. He registered for the Draft in WWI on 12 Sept 1918 in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY. At the time he farmed at R. D. 4, Seneca Falls with wife Lily. He was described as tall, medium build, blue eyes, and brown hair with no distinguishing marks. When he registerd for the Draft in 1942 he raised chickens on R.D. 2, Seneca Falls. In 1900 Paul was a carpenter at 1340 Blaisdell, Rockford, Winnegago Co., IL with wife Lillie. In 1910 he was a house archetect at 415 Independence, Rockford with Lillie and mother-in-law Felicia Kopelke. In 1920 he managed a general contractor's office at 421 N. Avon Street, Rockford with Lilly; he was there as an uncle to Robert E. Ralston and wife Ella M. In 1930 and 1940 he had a poultry farm in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY.

+   181   x        Janet (Jessie)4 Boa, born 27 Jan 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 May 1968 in Brownsville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Andrew Niven Falconer.

 

 

38. John3 Doig (Paul2, John1), born 1 Jul 1836 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 13 Aug 1836 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Apr 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 9 Nov 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Isabella Scott, born 25 Apr 1847 in Quebec, Canada; died 3 May 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 4 May 1920 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Archibald Scott and Agnes Boa.

 

Notes for John Doig

     In 1871, 1881 and 1901 John farmed in Upper Lachute, St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Mary Scott.

 

Notes for Isabella Scott

     Isabella was a spinster from the township of Chatham.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Mary Scott.

 

     Children of John Doig and Isabella Scott were as follows:

+   182   i         Janet4 Doig, born 1 Aug 1867 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1946 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Thomas Barron Morrison.

+   183   ii        Alexander4 Doig, born 27 Apr 1870 in Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1944 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Bilsland Black.

     184   iii       Agnes4 Doig, born 10 Feb 1875 in Quebec, Canada; died 4 Sep 1938 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 24 Jun 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Andrew Archibald Boa (see 174), born 9 Mar 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jun 1947 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of Archibald (Archie) Boa and Janet Matilda W. (Jessie) Buchanan.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were John S. Boa and Lizzie McQuat.

+   185   iv       Robert John (Robbie)4 Doig, born 27 Jan 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Jul 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Jun 1958 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Eva Doig (see 293).

+   186   v        Mary Jane Smith4 Doig, born 31 Oct 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Oct 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 May 1957 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Thomas Henry Hume.

 

 

40. Robert3 Doig (Paul2, John1), born 31 May 1840 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jul 1840 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) on 28 Apr 1884 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Louisa Barron, born 1 Sep 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Aug 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 25 Aug 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Barron and Ann McGillivray; (2) on 9 Jan 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Sarah Hodge Boa (see 164), born 2 Jan 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Sep 1924 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Boa and Mary Hodge.

 

Notes for Robert Doig

     In 1901 Robert was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Arguentiul, Quebec with his wife Margaret. In 1911 he farmed in St. Jerusalem with his wife Margaret and son John.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul B. Doig and Thomas Christie Jr.

 

Notes for Louisa Barron

     Witnesses to Louisa's death were S. McKinnie and William McQuat.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul B. Doig and Thomas Christie Jr.

 

Notes for Margaret Sarah Hodge Boa

     Witnesses to Margaret's christening were Helen Henry and William Boa.

 

     Children of Robert Doig and Margaret Sarah Hodge Boa were as follows:

     187   i         John Alexander4 Doig, born 3 Sep 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 15 Feb 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Sep 1989 in Chilliwack, BC, Canada.

 

 

42. Andrew3 Doig (Paul2, John1), born 17 Feb 1848 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Jul 1848 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Sep 1912 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 23 May 1872 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Margaret Muir, born 8 Jul 1850 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Mar 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Muir and Margaret Fulton.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

     In 1881 Andrew farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Arguentiul, Quebec (page 63) with his wife Margaret and children Paul, Mary Jane, and William A. In 1901 he still farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish. In 1911 Andrew farmed in St. Andrews, Argenteuil with his wife Margaret, daughter Mary Jane Smith, and son Guy Boa Doig.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Muir and Margaret Doig.  Both were listed from Lachute.

 

Notes for Margaret Muir

     Margaret is age 2 in the 1851 census.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Muir and Margaret Doig.  Both were listed from Lachute.

 

     Children of Andrew Doig and Margaret Muir were as follows:

+   188   i         Paul4 Doig, born 8 Sep 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1933 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Torbolton / MacLaren Cemetery, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Ann (Annie) McOuat (see 271).

     189   ii        Mary Jane Smith4 Doig, born 2 Jul 1874 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Sep 1952 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Mary did not marry. She raised her brother James¿s three children.

+   190   iii       William Alexander4 Doig, born 13 May 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Aug 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Apr 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jessie May Nicoll (see 361).

     191   iv       Margaret Jessie4 Doig, born 7 Mar 1879 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Nov 1879 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jan 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   192   v        James Muir (Jim)4 Doig, born 15 Sep 1882 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1964 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Burgin (Minnie) Boa (see 507).

     193   vi       Guy Boa4 Doig, born 2 Sep 1884 in Quebec, Canada; christened 27 Oct 1886 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Sep 1948 in Verdun, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 5 Dec 1924 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Jane McFarlane, born 3 Apr 1882 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Nov 1882 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Andrew McFarlane and Helen (Ellen, Nellie) Redpath.

 

 

44. Paul Boa3 Doig (Paul2, John1), born 26 Jan 1860 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Apr 1860 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 11 May 1939 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married on 23 Dec 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Ann Elizabeth Todd, born 31 Jan 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 26 Jan 1943 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada, daughter of Thomas Todd and Jane Barron.

 

Notes for Paul Boa Doig

     Paul was baptized by William Mair, Minister of Grenville & Chatham; witnesses were Christian McGregor and Christian Blair.

    

     In 1901 Paul was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Arguentiul, Quebec. In 1911 he farmed in Battleford, Saskatchewan with his wife Annie and 6 children. In 1916 he farmed in Milton, Kindersley, Sask. with wife Annie and children ellen, Robert, and Ralph.

    

     A son named Ralph reported that sons Robert and Ralph painted their father's bald head while he slept.

    

     MARRIAGE:

They were married by Minister William Farlane.  Witnesses were John Boa and Paul Smith.

 

Notes for Ann Elizabeth Todd

     MARRIAGE:

They were married by Minister William Farlane.  Witnesses were John Boa and Paul Smith.

 

     Children of Paul Boa Doig and Ann Elizabeth Todd were as follows:

+   194   i         William Henry4 Doig, born 2 Jan 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Jun 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Aug 1969 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Clarke.

+   195   ii        Mary Jane Barron4 Doig, born 8 Sep 1889 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Feb 1890 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Apr 1978 in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Morley John Yeomans.

+   196   iii       Margaret Grace4 Doig, born 10 Jun 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Oct 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 May 1952 in Vancouver, Bc, Canada.  She married James Roberts.

+   197   iv       Janet Ellen (Helen)4 Doig, born 24 May 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Oct 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Apr 1974 in Lloyminster, Alberta, Canada.  She married Harold Steven.

+   198   v        Robert Edwin (Edward)4 Doig, born 2 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Dec 1979 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Winnifred Jean Brooks.

+   199   vi       Walter Thomas (Ralph)4 Doig, born 8 Jul 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jan 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Aug 1973 in 1050 Lomas Street, Duncan, BC, Canada; buried 22 Aug 1973 in Royal Oak Burial Park, Saanich, BC, Canada.  He married (1) Winifred Ballantyne; (2) Hazel Irene Campbell.

 

 

48. John M.3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 25 Feb 1830 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jul 1888 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi.  He married on 20 Sep 1854 in Mackie Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Earle, born 7 Dec 1830 in Hillfoot, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Jan 1895 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi, daughter of William Earle and Jean McOuat.

 

Notes for John M. Murray

     In 1860 John Murry farmed in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI with his wife Margaret and children William and Mary. In 1880 he farmed in Bloomer with Margaret and children William, Henry, Anna, and Nellie.

 

     Children of John M. Murray and Margaret Earle were as follows:

     200   i         William4 Murray, born 1 Oct 1855 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 19 Dec 1945 in Greenville, Montcalm Co., MI.   Notes: In 1940 William was unmarried and living on M-44 Trunk Line, Belding, Iona Co., MI with his sister Helen Bailey and family.

+   201   ii        Mary Jane4 Murray, born 4 Jul 1858 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 1929 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  She married Joshua Clarkson (Clark) Evans.

     202   iii       Margaret Anna4 Murray, born 1861 in Montcalm Co., Mi; died 28 Apr 1863 in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi.

     203   iv       Henry4 Murray, born 5 Feb 1862 in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI; died 19 Oct 1942 in Fulton, Gratiot Co., MI.  He married in 1895/96 Louise Melissa Casey, born 3 May 1850 in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co., NY; died 11 Nov 1943 in Perrinton, Gratiot Co., MI, daughter of Simon L. Casey and Almena (---).   Notes: In 1900 Henry farmed in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI with wife Louise, bother William, 2 servants and a boarder Gertie Bartholomew (Dec 1892 MI); Louise reported have 2 children, 1 deceased.

     204   v        Margaret Anna4 Murray, born 20 Jul 1868 in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI; died 28 Dec 1893 in Bloomer, Montcalm Co., MI.

+   205   vi       Helen (Nellie)4 Murray, born 3 Jan 1870 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 21 Apr 1957 in Belding, Ionia Co., MI.  She married Charles Gott Bailey.

 

 

49. Helen (Ellen)3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 19 Nov 1832 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Sep 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Dec 1854 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada George Catton, born 18 Dec 1816 in Gibralter; died 12 Jan 1902 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, son of William James Catton and Mary Johnston.

 

Notes for George Catton

     George had English parents.  He entered Canada in 1827. George was a farmer at Bush Ridge.  In 1851 he farmed in St. Andre, Deux Montagnes Co., Quebec with siblings Margaret, Jane, Chalotte, and James. In 1901 they lived in St. Andrews Parish, Argenteuil; at home were their unmarried children Alexander, Jane (tailoress), Mary, Annie (teacher), James, and Helen.

 

     Children of Helen (Ellen) Murray and George Catton were as follows:

     206   i         William4 Catton, born 22 Oct 1855 in Quebec, Canada; died 1937 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV.  He married on 16 Dec 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Flora McEachren Loynachan, born 7 May 1855 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Jan 1892 in St. Andrews, Argenteuil, Québec, Canada, daughter of Donald Loynachan and Eliza Catton.   Notes: In 1891 William farmed in St. Andrew's, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada with his wife Flora and sister-in-law Margaret Loynachan (30 Quebec). He came to the US after his wife's death in 1892. In 1910 he was an engineer for the State Orphans Home on the Prison Road (7th Street), Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV. In 1920 he as a janitor at the fire station living alone on Maser, Carson City. In 1930 he was unemployed on Mountain Avenue, Carson City.

+   207   ii        John Low4 Catton, born 27 Feb 1857 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Dec 1927 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV.  He married Mary Eleanor (Ella) Stoke.

     208   iii       Alexander Murray4 Catton, born 19 Oct 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Oct 1929 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Alexander was unmarried and living with his parents.

     209   iv       Jane Doig4 Catton, born 10 Jan 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Mar 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Mar 1942 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 Jane was unmarried and living with her parents. In 1921 sisters Jane and Annie were unmarried and living in Lachute.

     210   v        Mary4 Catton, born 23 Aug 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Mar 1863 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Sep 1921 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 4 Nov 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada James Henry Baldwin, born 23 Jul 1863 in Massena, St. Lawrence Co., NY, son of Stephenson Baldwin and Letitia McFaul.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Marriage reported on the IGI as 4 Nov 1903 in Lachute.

     211   vi       Margaret Murray4 Catton, born 19 Jun 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Aug 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Aug 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 15 Aug 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Oct 1886 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John Paul (see 276), born 1 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Sep 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Apr 1942 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of David Paul and Elizabeth Doig.

     212   vii      Annie4 Catton, born 16 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Nov 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 May 1931 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 sisters Jane and Annie were unmarried and living in Lachute.

     213   viii     James4 Catton, born 13 Jul 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Nov 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Oct 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 24 Dec 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Alice (Maggie) Kettyle, born 7 Dec 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Jun 1949 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Kettyle and Elsie Walker.   Notes: In 1901 farmed with Lachute, Quebec with his parents. In 1921 he farmed there with wife Maggie.

+   214   ix       Helen Brown4 Catton, born 8 Apr 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jun 1939 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.  She married Franklin Harry Stanley.

     215   x        Elizabeth4 Catton, born 31 Jul 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Dec 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Mar 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 16 Feb 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Henry Graham, born 6 Nov 1876 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Graham and Margaret Clelland.

 

 

50. Paul3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 21 Jan 1834 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1834 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Dec 1883 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  He married on 5 Mar 1860 in Montcalm Co., MI Martha F. Warner, born 7 Oct 1839 in Lyons, Ionia Co., MI; died 14 Feb 1911 in Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., MI, daughter of Thaddeus O. Warner and Philancy Hutchinson.

 

Notes for Paul Murray

     Witnesses to Paul's christening were Andrew Ballantyne and Mary Jane Smith.

    

     ***Paul grew to manhood on the old homestead, receiving only a common-school education, obtained at the winter schools, his summers being devoted to work on the farm.  In October, 1854, in company with his brother, John M. Murray, he came to the United States in search of a home.  They came to Bloomer township [Montcalm Co., MI], and bought each an eighty-acre lot in section 13.  There were a few acres chopped on Paul's lot, but none cleared.  For the land he ran in debt three hundred dollars, which at that time was considered a very large sum.  When not working out by the month he made his home with his brother, who was married, until his own marriage, on the 5th day of March, 1860, to Miss Martha F. Warner.  She was born Oct. 7, 1839, in Lyons, Ionia Co., Mich., where her parents, Thaddeus O. and Philancy (Hutchinson) Warner, were among the earliest settlers, having settled on East Plains when there were but three families in that part of the township.  They were from Lyons, Wayne Co., N. Y.  To Mr. and Mrs. Murray there have been born the following children: William Henry and Sarah J., born Jan. 18, 1861 (William H. died July 28, 1873); Lawson W., Sept. 26, 1862; Thaddeus O., June 4, 1864, died Aug. 12, 1864; Paul, Jr., Oct. 27, 1866; Emily, May 1, 1868, and one who died in infancy.  Lawson is now attending the college in Hillsdale, while Sarah is, and has been for nearly three years, a teacher in the Carson City school.  After his marriage Mr. Murray at once built a log house on his farm, during which time they lived with Mr. Robinson.  The house built and ready for occupancy, the newly-married pair started for the new home, each with an armful of household goods, and this was their wedding-tour.  Their chairs were a couple of stools made by Mr. Murray, as were their table and bedstead.  But it was home, and its occupants were animated by bright hopes of the future, which have been more than realized in the fine farm and beautiful house of which they are now the happy owners.  The eighty acres have been added to until the farm now embraces one hundred and thirty-one acres, one hundred being under improvement, the work and result of Mr. and Mrs. Murray's industry and economy.  In politics he is a Republican, and has always been since he became a citizen.  He has been two terms town treasurer, three terms highway commissioner, and four years one of the school board.  They have been for many years consistent members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  [This biography is taken from "HISTORY OF IONIA AND MONTCALM COUNTIES, MICHIGAN" by John S. Schenck. Philadelphia:  D. W. Ensign & Co., 1881.  Pages 428-429.  Bloomer.]

 

     Children of Paul Murray and Martha F. Warner were as follows:

     216   i         William Henry4 Murray, born 18 Jan 1861 in Montcalm Co., Mi; died 28 Jul 1873 in Montcalm Co., Mi; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi.

+   217   ii        Sarah J.4 Murray, born 18 Jan 1861 in Montcalm Co., Mi; died 24 Jun 1912 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  She married Arthur L. Bemis.

     218   iii       Lawson W.4 Murray, born 26 Sep 1862 in Montcalm Co., MI; died 8 Oct 1918 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., Mi.  He married on 2 Aug 1893 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI Elizabeth M. (Bettie) Goodus, born 25 Jun 1867 in Whitehall, Muskegon Co., MI; died 17 May 1949 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI, daughter of Ophir R. (Orphie) Goodus and Elizabeth Blake Emery.   Notes: Lawson attended Hillsdale College. In 1900 he was a day laborer in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI with wife Bettie. In 1910 he was manager of a grain elevator there with Bettie.

     219   iv       Thadius O.4 Murray, born 4 Jun 1864 in Montcalm Co., MI; died 12 Aug 1864 in Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., MI.

+   220   v        Paul4 Murray Jr., born 27 Oct 1866 in Montcalm Co., MI; died 11 Mar 1929 in Otsigo, Allegan Co., MI.  He married Ellen (Nellie) Harden.

     221   vi       Emily4 Murray, born 1 May 1868 in Montcalm Co., MI; died 5 Aug 1917 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; buried in Carson City Cemetery, Bloomer Township, Montcalm Co., MI.  She married on 11 Nov 1903 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI Dr. Frederick Taylor, born 1860/61 in Canada; died 25 Apr 1913 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI, son of Daniel Taylor and Louisa Long.

     222   vii      Child4 Murray, born abt 1870; died Infancy.

 

 

51. Alexander3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 30 Jun 1835 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Aug 1835 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Aug 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 2 Feb 1859 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Elizabeth Drew, born 26 Dec 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Jun 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 28 Jun 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Drew and Janet (Jessie) McOuat.

 

Notes for Alexander Murray

     Witnesses at Alexander's christening were James McQuat and John Mount.

    

     In 1871 Alexander was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Qubec.

 

     Children of Alexander Murray and Elizabeth Drew were as follows:

     223   i         Janet4 Murray, born 6 Nov 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Jan 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1920 Janet, Margaret, Helen, and John Murray were unmarred and lived together on a farm in Chatham, Argenteuil Co., Quebec.

+   224   ii        Jean4 Murray, born 6 Dec 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Mar 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Aug 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Smith.

     225   iii       Margaret4 Murray, born 23 Mar 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Feb 1960 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1920 Janet, Margaret, Helen, and John Murray were unmarred and lived together on a farm in Chatham, Argenteuil Co., Quebec.

     226   iv       Helen Nellie4 Murray, born 23 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Nov 1946 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1920 Janet, Margaret, Helen, and John Murray were unmarred and lived together on a farm in Chatham, Argenteuil Co., Quebec.

+   227   v        William4 Murray, born 6 May 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Jan 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 May 1950 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Annie Dudderidge McOuat.

     228   vi       John4 Murray, born 19 May 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jan 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1920 Janet, Margaret, Helen, and John Murray were unmarred and lived together on a farm in Chatham, Argenteuil Co., Quebec.

 

 

52. Robert3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 3 Jul 1838 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Oct 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jun 1911 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 26 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Jane Robertson (see 63), born 3 Jan 1841 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1878 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of James Robertson and Margaret Doig.

 

Notes for Robert Murray

     Robert lived first in Thomas' Gore near Lachute.  They went to Howick Township, Ontario, across from Murray's school on the road to Gorrie. In 1871 he farmed in Howick with wife Jane and children Margaret, William, and Ann. In 1891 and 1901 he farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with daughters Jane, Jennet, May and Annie.

 

Notes for Jane Robertson

     Age on death record indicates a birth 4 July 1841.

 

     Children of Robert Murray and Jane Robertson were as follows:

     229   i         Margaret (Maggie)4 Murray, born 29 Nov 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Feb 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Aug 1951 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 18 Oct 1893 James McOuat (see 269), born 3 Aug 1858 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1942 in Cottam, Essex, Ontario, Canada, son of John McOuat and Ann (Annie) Robertson.

     230   ii        William4 Murray, born 1867/68 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Nov 1927 in Perth, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 13 Sep 1911 in Wallace, Perth, Ontario, Canada Annie Scott, born Oct 1866 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of Donald Scott and Margaret McIntosh.   Notes: At the time William married Annie Scott in 1911 he was listed as a batchelor.

     231   iii       Jane Ann4 Murray, born 3 Mar 1871 in Howick, Ontario, Canada; died 15 Dec 1953 in Gorrie, Huron, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 Jane, Jeanette, and Annie (teacher) were unmarried and living together in Howick, Huron, Ontario.

     232   iv       Janet (Jeanette)4 Murray, born 31 Jan 1874 in Howick, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Sep 1953 in Gorrie, Huron, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 Jane, Jeanette, and Annie (teacher) were unmarried and living together in Howick, Huron, Ontario.

+   233   v        Mary4 Murray, born 29 Nov 1875 in Howick, Ontario, Canada; died 29 Apr 1959 in Tigaske, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married James Fisher Cooper.

     234   vi       Annie J.4 Murray, born 19 Oct 1878 in Howick, Ontario, Canada; died 19 Oct 1962 in Gorrie, Huron, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 Jane, Jeanette, and Annie (teacher) were unmarried and living together in Howick, Huron, Ontario.

 

 

53. James (Jim)3 Murray (Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 27 Feb 1840 in Thomas' Gore, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Nov 1915 in Pinkerton, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 15 Jan 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Ann McGibbon, born 3 Dec 1845 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 28 May 1929 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Alexander McGibbon and Catherine McMartin.

 

Notes for James (Jim) Murray

     In 1871 James farmed in Grey, Huron, Ontario with wife Mary and children William, Catherine, and Alexander. In 1881 he famed in Huron Center, Ontario with Mary and 8 children. In 1891 he farmed in Grey with Mary and 9 children.  In 1901 he farmed in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario with Mary and daughters Ann and Jessie.

 

Notes for Mary Ann McGibbon

     Mary Ann was a teacher.

 

     Children of James (Jim) Murray and Mary Ann McGibbon were as follows:

+   235   i         William4 Murray, born 15 Oct 1866 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 17 Feb 1954 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada.  He married Hannah Helen (Harriet Ellen) Stewart.

+   236   ii        Catherine (Kate, Katty)4 Murray, born 17 Jun 1868 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Mar 1936 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada.  She married James Anderson Stewart.

+   237   iii       Alexander4 Murray, born 5 Feb 1870 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Feb 1947 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married (1) Mary Emily (Emma) O'Neil; (2) Alma Marie (Amanda) Swanson.

+   238   iv       Colin4 Murray, born 9 Mar 1872 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 12 Feb 1949 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  He married Laura Annie Combs.

+   239   v        Jane (Jenny)4 Murray, born 12 Mar 1874 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1941 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  She married Thomas Cumming.

+   240   vi       Mary Ellen4 Murray, born 20 May 1876 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1949 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.  She married James Andrews.

     241   vii      James4 Murray, born 26 Nov 1878 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.

+   242   viii     Christina4 Murray, born 27 Mar 1881 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1962 in Perth, Ontario, Canada.  She married Harvey Cameron Elliott.

     243   ix       Robert4 Murray, born 13 Aug 1883 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.

+   244   x        Ann (Annie)4 Murray, born 29 Jan 1886 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Oct 1972 in San Rafael, Marin Co., CA.  She married Edward Lee Mullin.

+   245   xi       Janet Abigail (Jessie)4 Murray, born 8 May 1889 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Aug 1971 in Paisley, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) James Alexander McRae; (2) James Edgar Wilson.

 

 

56. Janet (Jennet)3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 16 Sep 1821 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Mar 1822 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Mar 1899 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in St. Andrews Protestant Cemetery, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 24 Mar 1848 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church in Cushing, Chatham Township, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Daniel (Donald) McRuer, born 8 Feb 1821 in Scotland; died 13 Jul 1885 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in St. Andrews Protestant Cemetery, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John McRuer and Mary McIntyre.

 

Notes for Daniel (Donald) McRuer

     In 1851 Daniel farmed in St. Andrews, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Janet and son John. In 1871 Donald farmed in St. Andrews with Jennet and sons John and James.

 

     Children of Janet (Jennet) Robertson and Daniel (Donald) McRuer were as follows:

     246   i         John4 McRuer, born 16 May 1849 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1901 John and brother James farmed in St. Andrews, Argenteuil, Quebec. In 1921 they both were still unmarried and farming there.

     247   ii        James4 McRuer, born 15 Aug 1853 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

57. Thomas3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 18 Oct 1823 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1825 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews East, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 May 1908 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 27 Jan 1860 in Tuckersmith, Huron, Ontario, Canada Ann (Annie) McGregor, born 12 Apr 1830 in Cromarty, Scotland; died 6 Jun 1909 in Huron, Ontario, Canada, daughter of John McGregor and Isabella Bain.

 

Notes for Thomas Robertson

     In 1881 and 1891 Thomas farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron, Ontario with wife Ann and children. In 1881 mother-in-law Isabella McGregor (81 Scotland) lived with them. In 1901 he farmed there with Annie and children James and Marrie.

 

     Children of Thomas Robertson and Ann (Annie) McGregor were as follows:

     248   i         Emerentha4 Robertson, born 1860/61 in Ontario, Canada.

     249   ii        James4 Robertson, born 13 Jul 1864 in Ontario, Canada; died 17 Jun 1936 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: James did not marry.

     250   iii       Margaret4 Robertson, born 1866/67 in Ontario, Canada.

     251   iv       Grace4 Robertson, born 1869/70 in Ontario, Canada.

     252   v        Mary E. (Marie)4 Robertson, born 10 Jul 1875 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

58. Margaret3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 3 Nov 1828 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Feb 1913 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 22 Aug 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada James Shaw, born 1821/23 in Sheffield, York, England; died 8 Jul 1883 in Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for Margaret Robertson

     In 1901 Margaret farmed in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario with unmarried sons Charles and George.

 

Notes for James Shaw

     James enlisted in the British Army on 2 Apr 1841 and was assigned to the 2nd Foot Soldiers in Canada. He was described as 5' 5-1/4" tall, fresh complexion, hazel eyes, and brown hair.

    

     In 1851 James was a carpenter in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec. In 1871 he was a carpenter in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario with Margaret and 8 children. In 1881 he farmed there with his family.

 

     Children of Margaret Robertson and James Shaw were as follows:

     253   i         Robert4 Shaw, born 1852/53 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jan 1901 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

+   254   ii        James Robertson4 Shaw, born 25 Jul 1854 in Châteauguay, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Nov 1925 in Kinburn, Ontario, Canada.  He married Helen Macara Baird.

     255   iii       Charles4 Shaw, born 26 Mar 1858 in Ontario, Canada; died 23 Oct 1925 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     256   iv       John4 Shaw, born 1859/60 in Ontario, Canada; died 3 Feb 1901 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     257   v        Henry4 Shaw, born 1861/62 in Ontario, Canada; died 13 Sep 1897 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

+   258   vi       Mary4 Shaw, born 25 Jan 1864 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Oct 1937 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  She married John Thomas Stevenson.

+   259   vii      Margaret Louisa4 Shaw, born 30 Dec 1866 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 2 Apr 1954 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada.  She married Richard Thomas Nesbitt.

+   260   viii     Janet Victoria (Jessie, Jeannet)4 Shaw, born 17 Jul 1869 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 10 Apr 1918 in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.  She married Hiram Serson.

     261   ix       George Frederick4 Shaw, born 15 Nov 1870 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada; died 5 Dec 1944 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

60. Amelia3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 10 Jan 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 10 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 31 Oct 1859 in Saint-Gabriel's Street Presbyterian Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Alexander McFarlane, born 8 Oct 1831 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Apr 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 8 Apr 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William McFarlane and Elizabeth Henderson.

 

Notes for Alexander McFarlane

     In 1881 Alexder farmed in Ste. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with his wife Amelia and 5 children. In 1901 he farmed there with unmarried children William, Elizabeth, John, and Jessie.

    

     Alexander is buried in the same plot with Amelia and five of their children. Only daughter Jessie married.

 

     Children of Amelia Robertson and Alexander McFarlane were as follows:

     262   i         Margaret4 McFarlane, born 23 Aug 1860 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Jan 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     263   ii        William4 McFarlane, born 18 Oct 1862 in Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Feb 1863 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Apr 1901 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     264   iii       Elizabeth Henderson4 McFarlane, born 21 Dec 1864 in Quebec, Canada; died 25 Sep 1945 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     265   iv       Emma4 McFarlane, born 28 Jun 1868 in Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jun 1953 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     266   v        John4 McFarlane, born 14 May 1871 in Quebec, Canada; died 5 Sep 1962 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     267   vi       Jessie4 McFarlane, born 20 Nov 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Apr 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 18 Jun 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Thomas Andrew McOuat, born 1 Apr 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Jun 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Apr 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Dennet McOuat and Isabella (Wilma) Green.

 

 

61. Ann (Annie)3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 3 May 1838 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Aug 1838 in St. Mungo's Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1923 in Torbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 27 May 1923 in Torbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 9 Apr 1855 in Quebec, Canada John McOuat, born 30 Jan 1828 in Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1916 in Torbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Walter McOuat and Jean Robb.

 

Notes for John McOuat

     In 1861 James farmed in Carleton Co., Ontario with wife Ann and sons John, James, and William. In 1901 he farmed in Tarbolton, Carleton Co., Ontario with wife Ann and children Annie and Alexander.

 

     Children of Ann (Annie) Robertson and John McOuat were as follows:

+   268   i         John4 McOuat, born 28 Apr 1856 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Mar 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Feb 1945 in Westboro, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  He married Henrietta Elizabeth Penny.

+   269   ii        James4 McOuat, born 3 Aug 1858 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1942 in Cottam, Essex, Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret (Maggie) Murray (see 229).

     270   iii       William4 McOuat, born 1859/60 in Ontario, Canada.

     271   iv       Ann (Annie)4 McOuat, born 11 Jul 1872 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Apr 1952 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Torbolton / MacLaren Cemetery, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 8 Jul 1902 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada Paul Doig (see 188), born 8 Sep 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1933 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Torbolton / MacLaren Cemetery, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Andrew Doig and Margaret Muir.   Notes: Ann's grandmother was Margaret Doig (1802-1883).

     272   v        Alexander4 McOuat, born 17 Dec 1875 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

62. John3 Robertson (Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 16 Mar 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Sep 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 29 Mar 1881 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Christy Black, born 1838/39 in Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jan 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Black and Janet (---).

 

Notes for John Robertson

     In 1881 John farmed in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada (page 48) with his wife Christy and mother Margaret (Doig).

    

     MARRIAGE:

Christy Black, daughter of William Black and his wife Janet, deceased, of St. Canut, Deux Montagnes County. Witnesses: John Black, nephew and Mary Ann, niece.

 

Notes for Christy Black

     MARRIAGE:

Christy Black, daughter of William Black and his wife Janet, deceased, of St. Canut, Deux Montagnes County. Witnesses: John Black, nephew and Mary Ann, niece.

 

     Children of John Robertson and Christy Black were as follows:

+   273   i         James William4 Robertson, born 15 Mar 1881 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jean Doig (Jane) Smith (see 386).

 

 

67. Elizabeth3 Doig (Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 21 Sep 1835 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jan 1836 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 9 Aug 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 20 Mar 1860 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada David Paul, born 28 Nov 1823 in Rafford, Moray, Scotland; christened 4 Dec 1823 in Rafford, Moray, Scotland; died 10 Jul 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of James Paul and Isabella (Isobel) Barron.

 

Notes for David Paul

     Birth reported as 18 Dec 1826 from death record, but birth recorded 28 Nov 1823 in Rafford, Moray Parish record.

    

     In 1861 David farmed in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada with wife Elizabeth (Alexander Paul, 46 Scotland, and family lived nearby). In 1881 he farmed in Lachute with his wife Elizabeth and 6 children. In 1891 he farmed there with Eliza and 4 children.

 

     Children of Elizabeth Doig and David Paul were as follows:

+   274   i         Isabella4 Paul, born 12 Mar 1861 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married William Hunter Hume.

     275   ii        Ann (Annie)4 Paul, born 21 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Mar 1863 in St. Andrew Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

+   276   iii       John4 Paul, born 1 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Sep 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Apr 1942 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Murray Catton (see 211).

     277   iv       William4 Paul, born 17 Mar 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Dec 1869 in Methodist Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Oct 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

     278   v        Jessie4 Paul, born 20 Oct 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Dec 1869 in Methodist Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

     279   vi       Margaret4 Paul, born 24 Mar 1870 in Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jul 1956 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

     280   vii      David Earl4 Paul, born 21 Sep 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Jul 1942 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 22 Jul 1942 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

68. Mary3 Doig (Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 4 Dec 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Sep 1838 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Oct 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 6 Oct 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 2 Jul 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Hugh Fraser, born 27 Jan 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Apr 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Feb 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 25 Feb 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Fraser and Jean (Jane) Ross.

 

Notes for Mary Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Soutar and William Fraser.

 

Notes for Hugh Fraser

     In 1861 and 1871 Hugh was a farmer in St. Jerusalem parish near Lachute; with him in 1861 were his wife, brother-in-law Robert Doig, son John, and probably his mother Jane Fraser, born in 1798/9 in Scotland.  [In 1871 there were two relations in the household: Jane Fraser, born 1855/6 in Quebec, and Hugh Fraser born 1849/50 in Quebec; this Hugh married Catherine Helen, and they had children: Hugh Fraser- died 2 Sept 1874 and buried 3 Sept 1874 in Lachute; William Carlyle Campbell Fraser born 9 Oct 1878 and christened 23 Dec 1878 in Lachute; Eva Jackson Fraser christened 27 Aug 1881 in Lachute; Roy Percival Fraser born 3 Jan 1886 and christened 24 June 1886 in Lachute.]

    

     In 1901 Hugh farmed in Lachute with wife Matilda and sons Guy and Wilber.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Soutar and William Fraser.

 

     Children of Mary Doig and Hugh Fraser were as follows:

     281   i         John4 Fraser, born 24 Apr 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Dec 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     282   ii        Isabella Doig4 Fraser, born 1 Nov 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 29 Jan 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Apr 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 12 Apr 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     283   iii       Annie4 Fraser, born 18 Mar 1863 in Quebec, Canada; died 11 Apr 1962.  She married on 13 May 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William James Todd, born 29 Oct 1857 in Quebec, Canada; died 14 Nov 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Todd and Margaret (---).   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were James Brosslul and John Fraser.

     284   iv       Robert4 Fraser, born 7 Sep 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Nov 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Apr 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 11 Jun Ida Carlotta Beatrice Nolda, born 30 May 1867 in Wandsworth, London, England; christened 20 Feb 1868 in Lambeth, London, England; died 1921 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, daughter of Charles Ernest Nolda and Euphemia Matilda (Effie) Ferguson.   Notes: In  1891 Robert was a general merchant in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Ida.

+   285   v        George4 Fraser, born Sep 1868 in Quebec, Canada; died 1945 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Maria (Maggie) Rooney.

     286   vi       Hugh4 Fraser, born 1 Jul 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Aug 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Sep 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

70. Robert3 Doig (Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 20 Sep 1840 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Apr 1841 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Aug 1902 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 13 Mar 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Marion Fraser, born 7 Sep 1844 in Quebec, Canada; died 29 Sep 1935 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Fraser and Elizabeth Wardrope Young.

 

Notes for Robert Doig

     In 1861 Robert was a laborer living with his sister Mary Fraser's family in St. Jerusalem parish, Lachute. In 1871 Robert farmed in Lachute, St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec with his wife and three children. In 1881 he farmed in St. Jerusalem with is wife May and children William, Annabella, Elizabeth M., Andrew, Lilly, and Jessie. In 1901 he still farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish; at home were Marian and children Lily, Eva, Jessie, and Nellie.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Millar and Jane Fraser.  Both were listed from Bethany.

 

Notes for Marion Fraser

     In 1921 Marion lived in Lachute, Argenteuil,  Quebec with daughter Lillian (dressmaker), daughter-in-law Annie, and granddaughter Marion.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Millar and Jane Fraser.  Both were listed from Bethany.

 

     Children of Robert Doig and Marion Fraser were as follows:

+   287   i         William4 Doig, born 2 Jan 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 29 Jun 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Apr 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Elizabeth Elliott; (2) Ann Eleanor (Annie) Watts.

+   288   ii        Annabelle (Belle)4 Doig, born 7 Feb 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Nov 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Sep 1897 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA.  She married Percy H. Ross.

+   289   iii       Elizabeth Mary (Lizzie)4 Doig, born 18 Oct 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Oct 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1939 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA.  She married John P. McCarthy.

     290   iv       Andrew4 Doig, born 11 Mar 1874 in Quebec, Canada; died 9 Sep 1904 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Andrew did not marry.

+   291   v        Lillian May4 Doig, born 16 May 1877 in Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) William Russell; (2) David Stalker.

+   292   vi       Jessie4 Doig, born 6 Jan 1881 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 8 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married William Alexander Knox.

     293   vii      Eva4 Doig, born 6 Jan 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 Dec 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Aug 1969 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 27 Nov 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Robert John (Robbie) Doig (see 185), born 27 Jan 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Jul 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Jun 1958 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of John Doig and Isabella Scott.  

+   294   viii     Ellen Myrtle Grace (Nellie)4 Doig, born 6 Jan 1885 in Quebec, Canada; died 3 Dec 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Alexander Charles Bradford.

 

 

71. James3 Leishman Jr. (Mary2 Doig, John1), born 18 Oct 1831 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Oct 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 1 May 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Amelia Doig (see 26), born 3 Jan 1839 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Mar 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Doig and Jean Paterson.

 

Notes for James Leishman Jr.

     In 1861 Amelia and James farmed next to Paul Doig in Lachute.  In 1871 he farmed between Andrew Doig and John Doig. In 1881 he farmed in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada (page 47) with his wife Amelia, children James, John, Jane, Paul, Robert, and Mary, and his wife's stepmother Ann Doig. He was a Presbyterian.

    

     MARRIAGE:

They were married by Thomas Henry, minister.  Witnesses were John Doig and Andrew Todd.

 

Notes for Amelia Doig

     MARRIAGE:

They were married by Thomas Henry, minister.  Witnesses were John Doig and Andrew Todd.

 

     Children of James Leishman Jr. and Amelia Doig were as follows:

+   295   i         James4 Leishman, born 24 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Jun 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1937 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Catherine Ellenor Morrin.

+   296   ii        John (Jack)4 Leishman, born 19 Apr 1863 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Aug 1949 in San Gabriel, CA.  He married Grace Jane Todd.

     297   iii       Jean Paterson (Jane)4 Leishman, born 7 Jul 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Jan 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 23 Nov 1892 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Robert Hodge Boa (see 167), born 2 Feb 1866 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Jul 1930 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of William Boa and Mary Hodge.   Notes: Witnesses to Jane's christening were James Leishman and Paul Doig.

+   298   iv       Paul Dougall4 Leishman, born 5 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jul 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jane Elizabeth Nicoll (see 359).

+   299   v        Robert Doig4 Leishman, born 11 Aug 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 10 Nov 1941 in Upper Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married Agnes Dickson Black.

+   300   vi       Mary Doig4 Leishman, born 15 Dec 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jul 1950 in Fresno Co., CA.  She married (1) George Thompson Patterson; (2) Thomas Edwin Jarrett.

 

 

73. Mary3 Leishman (Mary2 Doig, John1), born 18 Mar 1836 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1900/10 in Chariton Co., MO.  She married (1) on 8 Jan 1860 in Chatham Ottawa River, Quebec, Canada John (Jack) Buchanan, born 1820/21 in Quebec, Canada; died 1874/80 in MO, son of Thomas Buchanan and Florinda (Florilla) Hutchins; (2) on 14 Feb 1883 in Clariton Co., MO George Porter McCurry, born 5 May 1829 in PA; died 29 Jan 1921 in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO.

 

Notes for Mary Leishman

     In 1880 Mary was a widow residing in Mussel Fork, Chariton Co., MO with children Paul and Catherine.

 

Notes for John (Jack) Buchanan

     In 1851 John (30 Quebec) was a carpenter living with his parents in Lachute, Quebec. In 1861 he farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Mary. John, Mary, and children entered the US in 1868. In 1870 he (45 Canada) farmed in Bee Branch, Chariton Co., MO with wife Mary and 6 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John McMaster and Paul Doig.

 

Notes for George Porter McCurry

     George was previously married to Eunice Thurston (1835-1882) with 11 children.

    

     In 1900 G. P. farmed in Cockrell, Clariton Co., MO with wife Mary and son D. Ernest (May 1874 MO).

 

     Children of Mary Leishman and John (Jack) Buchanan were as follows:

     301   i         James Leishman4 Buchanan, born 8 Oct 1860 in Canada; died 29 May 1944 in Ventura Co., CA.   Notes: In 1870 James lived with his parents in Bee Branch, Chariton Co., MO. In 1930 he was unmarried and living in Piru, Ventura Co., CA.

+   302   ii        Florinda (Flora)4 Buchanan, born May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Aug 1939 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA.  She married Robert Cross.

     303   iii       Mary4 Buchanan, born 1863/64 in Canada; died bef 1934.   Notes: In 1870 Mary lived with her family in Bee Branch, Chariton Co., MO.

     304   iv       John4 Buchanan, born 1865/66 in Canada; died bef 1934.   Notes: In 1870 John lived with his family in Bee Branch, Chariton Co., MO.

+   305   v        Paul Jones4 Buchanan, born 16 Aug 1867 in Canada; died 27 Sep 1934 in Hamden, Chariton Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Chariton Co., MO.  He married Minnie McClaren.

     306   vi       Girl4 Buchanan, born Jul 1870 in MO; died Infant in MO.

+   307   vii      Catherine (Cassie)4 Buchanan, born 12 Aug 1874 in MO; died 6 Jan 1931 in Chariton Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO.  She married Frank Pleyer.

 

 

79. Thomas3 Leishman (Mary2 Doig, John1), born 14 Mar 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 Apr 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Oct 1912 in Iron Bridge, Algoma, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 7 Oct 1878 in Hibbert, Perth, Ontario, Canada Agnes Hoggarth, born 15 Jul 1860 in Hibbert, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 1912 in Iron Bridge, Algoma, Ontario, Canada, daughter of James Hoggarth and Mary Ann (---).

 

Notes for Thomas Leishman

     Witnesses to Thomas' chistening were Helen Henry and James Leishman.

    

     In 1881 Thomas was a laborer in Hibbart, Huron, Ontario with wife Agnes and daughter Mary Anne. In 1891 he farmed in Algoma Hills, Algoma, Ontario with Agnes and 3 children.

 

     Children of Thomas Leishman and Agnes Hoggarth were as follows:

     308   i         Mary Anne4 Leishman, born 26 Jan 1880 in Hensall, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 29 Oct 1951 in Ontario, Canada.

     309   ii        Amelia4 Leishman, born 18 Nov 1882 in Hibbert, Perth, Ontario, Canada.

+   310   iii       James Hoggarth4 Leishman, born 29 Sep 1887 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 10 Mar 1961 in Espanola, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.  He married Emma May Ridley.

     311   iv       William Russell4 Leishman, born 1 Apr 1904 in Patton, Iron Bridge, Algoma, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Nov 1984 in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.  He married Alma Maude Horton, born Jun 1915 in Kinmount, Ontario, Canada; died Jul 2003 in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, daughter of George Horton and Jessie Maud Watson.   Notes: William and Alma had 3 sons.

 

 

82. Alexander3 Smith (Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 4 May 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jun 1837 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 2 May 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Janet (Jessie) Pollock, born 4 Feb 1845 in Thomas' Gore, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Feb 1941 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Pollock and Elizabeth McOuat.

 

Notes for Alexander Smith

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Robert Doig and Jane McQuat.  Both were listed from East Settlement, Lachute.

 

Notes for Janet (Jessie) Pollock

     In 1881 Janet was a widow faming at Lachute with her two children and a farm servant.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Robert Doig and Jane McQuat.  Both were listed from East Settlement, Lachute.

 

     Children of Alexander Smith and Janet (Jessie) Pollock were as follows:

+   312   i         Elizabeth Helen (Lizzie)4 Smith, born 2 Sep 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Nov 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Jun 1966 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Charles Robertson (Charlie) Rodger.

+   313   ii        John Alexander4 Smith, born 2 Nov 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Feb 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Aug 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jessie Russell McOuat.

 

 

86. Paul3 Smith (Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 8 May 1848 in Quebec, Canada; died 26 Feb 1924 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 5 Dec 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Doig (see 43), born 15 Oct 1850 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 26 Apr 1851 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Aug 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 18 Aug 1909 in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Paul Doig and Mary Jane Smith.

 

Notes for Paul Smith

     In 1901 Paul farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec; at home were Margaret, children Mary and Jessie, and his brother John Smith. In 1921 he farmed in St. Jerusalem with daughter Jessie Berry and family.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul B. Doig and Thomas Christie Jr.

 

Notes for Margaret Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul B. Doig and Thomas Christie Jr.

 

     Children of Paul Smith and Margaret Doig were as follows:

+   314   i         Mary Ellen4 Smith, born 11 May 1885 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Oct 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married George Redpath McFarlane.

+   315   ii        Janet Buchanan (Jessie)4 Smith, born 7 May 1889 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Sep 1966 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married David Miller Berry.

 

Generation 4

 

91. James4 Leavitt (Janet3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 13 Apr 1843 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 May 1915 in Prescott, Calidonia, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 16 Feb 1875 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Mary Ann Stirling, born 22 Jul 1839 in West Hawksbury, Ontario, Canada; died 25 Oct 1923 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 27 Oct 1923 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of Archibald Stirling and Catherine (Kate) Shaw.

 

Notes for James Leavitt

     In 1901 James farmed in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Mary and children Archibald and Janetta.

 

     Children of James Leavitt and Mary Ann Stirling were as follows:

     316   i         Archibald S.5 Leavitt, born 2 Jan 1876 in Ontario, Canada.

+   317   ii        Janetta A. (Nettie)5 Leavitt, born 17 Jun 1877 in Ontario, Canada.  She married William Peter McAlpine.

 

 

95. John4 Leavitt (Janet3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 11 Jun 1856 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 29 May 1948 in VanKleek Hill, W. Hawkesbury Twp., Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 20 Apr 1892 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Christie Ann McAlpine, born 8 Jun 1866 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of John McAlpine and Anna Grant.

 

Notes for John Leavitt

     In 1901 John famred in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Christie and daughters Mary and Annie. In 1911 he farmed in Caledonia with Christe Ann and 5 daughters.

 

     Children of John Leavitt and Christie Ann McAlpine were as follows:

     318   i         Mary Gladys5 Leavitt, born 16 Dec 1896 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     319   ii        Annie Irene5 Leavitt, born 2 Feb 1899 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     320   iii       Eva Lillian5 Leavitt, born 5 Nov 1901 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     321   iv       Grace Frances5 Leavitt, born 24 Aug 1903 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     322   v        Elsie Mildred5 Leavitt, born 23 Apr 1905 in Caledonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

97. John C.4 Mooney (Mary (Marjory, May)3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 1847 in East Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Mar 1907 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 28 Feb 1877 in Loriginal, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Abigail Orton, born 1852/53 in West Hawksbury, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Feb 1921 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Samuel Orton and Clarissa Pool.

 

     Children of John C. Mooney and Abigail Orton were as follows:

     323   i         Daisey Lillian5 Mooney, born Oct 1884 in Ontario, Canada; died 26 Jul 1885 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     324   ii        Charles Melvin5 Mooney, born 1888 in Ontario, Canada; died 28 Sep 1893 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     325   iii       Gilbert M.5 Mooney, born 1893 in Ontario, Canada; died 3 Oct 1911 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

99. Janet4 Mooney (Mary (Marjory, May)3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 13 Jan 1849 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Mar 1937 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 13 Jun 1871 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Ralph Archibald LeRoy, born 17 Apr 1835 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Sep 1917 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of William LeRoy and Abigail (---).

 

Notes for Ralph Archibald LeRoy

     In 1911 Ralph was a retired farmer in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario with wife Jenet and 3 daughters.

 

     Children of Janet Mooney and Ralph Archibald LeRoy were as follows:

     326   i         Mary5 LeRoy, born 18 May 1873 in Stardale, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1950.

     327   ii        Manetta (Nettie)5 LeRoy, born 6 Jan 1875 in Stardale, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     328   iii       Marion Florence5 LeRoy, born 2 Sep 1885 in Stardale, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

102. Charles C.4 Mooney (Mary (Marjory, May)3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 18 Mar 1867 in Ontario, Canada; died 1953 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ann (Maggie) Douglas, born 21 Nov 1872 in Ontario, Canada; died 12 Nov 1941 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Barb Cemetery, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

     Children of Charles C. Mooney and Margaret Ann (Maggie) Douglas were as follows:

     329   i         Annie M.5 Mooney, born 7 Dec 1890 in Ontario, Canada.

     330   ii        Ruby J.5 Mooney, born 9 Jan 1899 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

103. John Earl4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 15 May 1849 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Apr 1927 in San Joaquin Co., CA.  He married (1) on 22 Jul 1874 in Merced Co., CA, divorced  Malvina Mary (Milvina, Melvina) Garrison, born Jun 1855 in Iowa City, Wright Co., IA; died 16 Apr 1926 in Sacramento Co., CA, daughter of Daniel Garrison and Sarah L. Forbes; (2) on 7 Jul 1897 in Washoe Co., NV Mabel E. Sheldon, born 25 Jun 1866 in CA; died 2 Feb 1950 in San Joaquin Co., CA, daughter of Rev. Henry Sheldon and Hannah Welsh.

 

Notes for John Earl McNie

     In 1900 John farmed in Brighton, Sacramento Co., CA with wife Mabel and step-sons Charles and Henry Gilmer.

 

Notes for Malvina Mary (Milvina, Melvina) Garrison

     In 1900 Milvina was a "widow" and fruit farmer in San Joaquin, Sacramento Co., CA with children William, Lester, Elmer, and Edith; she reported having 5 children with all living.

 

Notes for Mabel E. Sheldon

     Mabel's father was born in OH and mother in NY.

    

     Mable was previously married to William M. Gilmer with sons Charles William Gilmer (1893-1943) and Henry Bradley Gilmer (1894-1954).

 

     Children of John Earl McNie and Malvina Mary (Milvina, Melvina) Garrison were as follows:

+   331   i         Olive Jane5 McNie, born 6 Aug 1879 in CA; died 21 Jan 1972 in Sacramento Co., CA.  She married (1) Milton Aldrich Casey; (2) Otis French.

     332   ii        William A.5 McNie, born 24 Mar 1882 in CA; died 10 Mar 1956 in Sacramento Co., CA.   Notes: In 1930 William was a dishwasher in a resturant rooming in Florin, San Joaquin, Sacramento Co., C

+   333   iii       Lester Earl5 McNie, born 9 Feb 1885 in Florin, Sacramento Co., CA; died 1 Mar 1963 in Sacramento Co., CA.  He married (1) Ellen Rose; (2) Lillian Williams.

     334   iv       Elmer George5 McNie, born 13 Sep 1886 in CA; died 26 Jun 1958 in Napa Co., CA.   Notes: In 1920 Elmer was a box maker lodging in Vallejo, Solano Co., CA. In 1930 he was a well borer boarding in San Joaquin, Sacramento Co., CA.

     335   v        Edith Emma5 McNie, born 18 Oct 1893 in Florin, Sacramento Co., CA; died 3 Nov 1965 in Placer Co., CA; buried in Sacramento Co., CA.  She married on 18 Jul 1917 in Sacramento Co., CA, divorced  Lloyd DeWitt Davis, born 20 Mar 1894 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 10 Sep 1984 in Contra Costa Co., CA, son of Andrew L. Davis and Caroline Kreuzberger.   Notes: In 1930 Edith was divorced and a school teacher living alone at 604 21st Street, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA. In 1940 she was an elementary school teacher at 1515 10th Street, Sacramento. Olive Jane Casey and her sister Edith Emma Davis were buried together in Masonic Lawn Cemetery, Sacramento.

 

 

104. Janet Marie4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 30 Mar 1851 in Ontario, Canada; died 12 Apr 1931 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 4 Nov 1873 in Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada William Samuel Mooney, born 4 May 1843 in East Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada; died 8 Mar 1930 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Samuel Mooney and Mary Henderson Lough.

 

Notes for William Samuel Mooney

     In 1891 William farmed in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Maria and 4 children. In 1901 he farmed in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co. with Maria and his 4 children.

    

     From: History of the Counties of Argenteuil, Quebec. Prescott, Ontario. by Thomas C. Belleville,

Ont: Mika, 1981. (This section of the book was written in 1896.) -

William S. Mooney, eldest son of Samuel Mooney, was born in East Hawkesbury, 4th May 1843; he remained at

home until 23 years of age, when he went to Portland, Maine, and engaged for a year in running an excursion

yacht to different islands on the coast. After returning he spent several years on the farm, and about 1870, in

partnership with Mr. Solomon Grout, built a steam saw-mill in the 4th Concession; they remained in partnership,

in the mill for four years, after which Mr. Mooney took it on his own account for the same length of time. He

then sold out to parties in St. Eugene and in 1873 bought his present farm in the 4th and 5th Concessions-110

acres. He was married 4th November 1873 to Maria, daughter of James McNie; they have two sons and two

daughters. Mr. Mooney was a member of the 18th Battalion for 21 years and during the last four of these was 1st

Lieutenant of No. 4 Company, under Captain LeRoy; he was with the Company in Ottawa, June, 1866. He has

been township Councillor for three years, and two years Deputy Reeve; he has a fine brick and stone residence,

surrounded by trees.

 

     Children of Janet Marie McNie and William Samuel Mooney were as follows:

     336   i         William Elderson5 Mooney, born 18 Sep 1874 in Russell Co., Ontario, Canada; died 14 Jan 1959 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 25 Sep 1912 in Tilbury, Kent Co., Ontario, Canada Rosa Mae Lumley, born 26 Jun 1889 in Kent Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1953.

+   337   ii        Margaret M. (Maggie, Minnie)5 Mooney, born 26 Feb 1876 in Russell Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Nov 1959 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Donald Frederick McIntosh.

+   338   iii       Mary Evelyn5 Mooney, born 28 Apr 1878 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Oct 1958 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married McDermid Rankin.

+   339   iv       Wilmer5 Mooney, born 6 Sep 1883 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Jan 1976 in San Joaquin Co., California.  He married (1) Mary Elizabeth York; (2) Vera Evelyn Young.

 

 

105. William Guillaume4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 14 Mar 1853 in Argenteil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jul 1853 in East Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada; died 28 Jan 1943 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 30 Jun 1887 in West Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Florence Hunter, born 29 Aug 1867 in West Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Nov 1927 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Alexander Hunter and Eliza Allan.

 

Notes for William Guillaume McNie

     In 1901 William farmed in Hawksbury, Prescott Co., Ontario with his wife Florence and 7 children. In 1911 he farmed in East Hawkesbury with Florence and 8 children.

 

     Children of William Guillaume McNie and Florence Hunter were as follows:

     340   i         Arthur Reid5 McNie, born 31 May 1888 in Ontario, Canada; died 28 Nov 1903 in Stardale, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

+   341   ii        Henrietta Maria (Nettie)5 McNie, born 2 May 1889 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1965 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) Walter Vernon Stephens; (2) Eldred Franklin Stephens.

+   342   iii       Leslie Alexander5 McNie, born 31 May 1891 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died Mar 1969 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI.  He married Christina Mary Campbell.

     343   iv       William Gordon5 McNie, born 6 Oct 1893 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Conners, born 6 Feb 1909 Of Ontario, Canada; died Dec 1997.

     344   v        Eva Florence5 McNie, born 12 Apr 1897 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Sep 1897 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     345   vi       James Colin5 McNie, born 1 Jul 1898 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died May 1972 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI.  He married on 25 Dec 1923 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Dorothy Emma (Dora) Harvey, born 4 Apr 1896 in Acton, Ontario, Canada; died 4 Dec 1989 in Canada (registered at US Consulate).   Notes: In 1940 James was an accountant for a gas utility at 9937 Meetauter Drive, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with wife Dorothy. He and Dorothy became naturalized US citizens.

     346   vii      Florence (Flossie)5 McNie, born 15 Aug 1899 in Ontario, Canada.

+   347   viii     Olive Girtie (Ollie)5 McNie, born 25 Dec 1901 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 9 Aug 1983 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married Frederick Meinder Henderson.

+   348   ix       Arthur Sheridan5 McNie, born 27 Sep 1904 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Nov 1986 in Flint, Genesee Co., MI; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Linden, Genesee Co., MI.  He married Virginia Eileen Leeth.

     349   x        Ella Gertrude5 McNie, born 9 Jun 1907 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Jun 1916 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

107. Margaret Jane (Maggie)4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 25 Jan 1856 in Ontario, Canada; died 23 Dec 1910 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 15 Jan 1879 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Levi Stevens, born 14 Sep 1850 in E. Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 28 Mar 1910 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of David Stevens and Caroline Leavitt.

 

Notes for Levi Stevens

     In 1891 Levi farmed in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario with wife Margaret and 3 children. In 1901 he farmed in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co. with Margaret and 3 children.

 

     Children of Margaret Jane (Maggie) McNie and Levi Stevens were as follows:

     350   i         Ellen (Ella, Helena)5 Stevens, born 26 Jul 1884 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 16 Jun 1904 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Howard S. McCann, born 6 Jun 1881 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Aug 1941 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Nathan McCann and Jane Emelia (Jannie) Dunning.

     351   ii        Russell Roy5 Stevens, born 3 Dec 1886 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 Jul 1967 in Saskatoon, Sakatchewan, Canada.  He married on 1 Jul 1941 in Saskatoon, Sakatchewan, Canada Jessie Mildred Douglas, born 23 Apr 1900 in Warren, Macomb Co., MI; died 25 Dec 1992 in Saskatoon, Sakatchewan, Canada, daughter of Malcolm Cameron Douglas and Mary Middlemiss Cowie.   Notes: In 1921 Russell was a mechanic rooming in Zealandia, Saskatchewan.

     352   iii       Jessie5 Stevens, born 8 Dec 1889 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

108. Levi (Levy)4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 14 May 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Jan 1860 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 May 1939 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA.  He married (1) in 1882/83, divorced  Alice J. Shanklin, born Nov 1862 in IA; died 12 Jun 1920 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA, daughter of Jacob Thomas Shanklin and Sarah A. Boltinghouse; (2) in 1904/05 Alma (Allie) Brown, born 21 Sep 1873 in OH; died 12 Sep 1951 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA, daughter of George Riley Brown.

 

Notes for Levi (Levy) McNie

     In 1900 Levi was a grocer at 2827 Fresno Street, Fresno, Fresno Co., CA with wife Alice (dressmaker), her father Jacob T. Shaklin, brother James W. Shanklin, and nephew J. T. Shanklin; he reported being married 17 years with 3 children, all deceased. In 1920 Levi was a grocery clerk at 2945 Washington Street, Fresno, Fresno Co., CA with wife Allie (hospital nurse) and a roomer.

 

Notes for Alice J. Shanklin

     In 1910 Alice was divorced and a dressmaker Lodging at 1315 S. Flower, Los Angeles. In 1920 she was a "widow" and aunt with James McOuat and family in Salinas, Monterey Co., CA.

 

     Children of Levi (Levy) McNie and Alice J. Shanklin were as follows:

     353   i         Sarah L.5 McNie, born 4 Sep 1889 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA; died 26 Jul 1892 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA.

 

 

109. James4 McNie (James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 18 Feb 1862 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 15 Feb 1940 in Sacramento Co., CA.  He married Marie Eugenia (Mary) Vilmont, born 6 Feb 1873 in Scott Co., IA; died 12 May 1946 in Scott Co., IA; buried in Dixon, Scott Co., IA, daughter of Jules Hermas Vilmont and Catherine (Katie) Flynn.

 

Notes for James McNie

     James became a naturalized citizen of the US on 30 Apr 1892 in Fresno Co., CA.

    

     In 1900 James was a farm laborer boarding at 228 Albert Street, Fresno, Fresno Co., CA. In 1910 he was an "unmarried" odd-jobs laborer at 540 Centeral Avenue, Fresno.

 

     Children of James McNie and Marie Eugenia (Mary) Vilmont were as follows:

     354   i         Boy5 McNie, born 24 Dec 1904 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA.

+   355   ii        Eugenie5 McNie, born 31 Jan 1909 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA; died 6 May 1996 in Scott Co., IA.  She married Mr. Ristau.

 

 

113. Thomas4 Nicoll (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 20 Nov 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Dec 1843 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 28 Oct 1868 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Mary Robertson (see 64), born 20 Dec 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1920 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of James Robertson and Margaret Doig.

 

Notes for Thomas Nicoll

     Birth may be in 1841. Witnesses to Thomas' christening were John Nicol and Helen Henry.

    

     In 1871, 1881, and 1901 Thomas was a farmer in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Robertson and James Nicol.

 

Notes for Mary Robertson

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Robertson and James Nicol.

 

     Children of Thomas Nicoll and Mary Robertson were as follows:

     356   i         Margaret Anna5 Nicoll, born 31 Jan 1870 Of Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Apr 1923 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 3 Nov 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Albert James Scott, born 8 Dec 1868 in Ontario, Canada; died 19 Apr 1948 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Scott and Elizabeth Armstrong.

     357   ii        John5 Nicoll, born 11 Oct 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Oct 1964 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married in 1901 in Brownsburg Roberta (Bertie, Bertha)) Mitchell, born 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1965 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: In 1921 John Nicoll farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Bertha.

+   358   iii       James Robertson5 Nicoll, born 24 Apr 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 28 Dec 1952 in Houston, Harris Co., TX.  He married Effie May Boyle.

     359   iv       Jane Elizabeth5 Nicoll, born 11 Feb 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Jul 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Jun 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 28 Nov 1900 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Paul Dougall Leishman (see 298), born 5 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jul 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of James Leishman Jr. and Amelia Doig.   Notes: Jane was not with her parents in 1901.

+   360   v        Mary Emma5 Nicoll, born 27 Dec 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 13 Jul 1881 in Lachute Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Sep 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Robert Edwin Canning.

     361   vi       Jessie May5 Nicoll, born 24 Nov 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 27 Nov 1885 in Lachute Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Jun 1968 in St. Albans, Franklin Co., VT; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 4 Jun 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Alexander Doig (see 190), born 13 May 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Aug 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Apr 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Andrew Doig and Margaret Muir.   Notes: Jessie's christening record states she was born on 24 Nov 1884 and christened on 27 Nov 1885. In the 1901 Jessie lived with her parents. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Mrs. Thos. McQuat and and John Anderson Nicoll.

 

 

115. Andrew (Andy)4 Nicoll (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 12 May 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Aug 1845 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Feb 1920 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.  He married on 10 Dec 1872 in Dutch Reformed Church, Irvington, Essex Co., NJ Florenda Hutchins (Flora, Florence) McCallum, born 28 Apr 1852 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Aug 1852 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John McCallum and Isabella Buchanan.

 

Notes for Andrew (Andy) Nicoll

     Witnesses to Andrew's christening were John Christie and John Marquet.

    

     In 1880 Andrew was a blacksmith in Newark, Essex Co., NJ (page 474) with his wife Florence, sons John, Paul, and James, and 5 boarders. In 1900 he was a horse shoer residing at 329 Bergen Avenue, Newark (page 285) with his wife Flora and children Paul, James, and Mabell; his son John and family lived at the same address. He reported having 7 children with 4 living in 1900.

 

     Children of Andrew (Andy) Nicoll and Florenda Hutchins (Flora, Florence) McCallum were as follows:

+   362   i         John5 Nicoll, born 20 Aug 1875 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ; died 1941 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.  He married Elizabeth McOuat.

+   363   ii        Paul Buchan5 Nicoll, born 20 Aug 1878 in Essex Co., NJ.  He married Ann (Annie) Bamberger.

     364   iii       James (Jim)5 Nicoll, born 6 Jun 1879 in Clinton, Essex Co., NJ.

     365   iv       Child5 Nicoll, born abt 1882 in Essex Co., NJ; died bef 1900 in Essex Co., NJ.   Notes: Elmer died at age 1 year.

+   366   v        Mabel (May)5 Nicoll, born 30 Sep 1883 in Essex Co., NJ.  She married Ernest (Ernie) Wallace.

     367   vi       Andrew (Andy)5 Nicoll, born abt 1885 in Essex Co., NJ; died bef 1900 in Essex Co., NJ.

     368   vii      William5 Nicoll, born 3 Apr 1887 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ; died 24 Feb 1888 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.   Notes: William died at age 10 months.

 

 

117. Paul4 Nicoll (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 18 Jul 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1851 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jan 1921 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 30 Mar 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Elizabeth Hastings McFarlane, born 20 Apr 1861 in Quebec, Canada; died 14 Feb 1937 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William McFarlane and Elizabeth Barron.

 

Notes for Paul Nicoll

     In 1911 Paul farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, with his wife Elizabeth and 6 sons.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Richard Muir and Annie McFarlane.  Both were listed from Lachute.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Hastings McFarlane

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Richard Muir and Annie McFarlane.  Both were listed from Lachute.

 

     Children of Paul Nicoll and Elizabeth Hastings McFarlane were as follows:

+   369   i         Eliza Maud5 Nicoll, born 21 Mar 1881 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Apr 1976 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Thomas Edward Davies Jr..

+   370   ii        Jean May5 Nicoll, born 8 Dec 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jun 1932 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  She married John Daniel (Jack) Miller.

+   371   iii       John Anderson5 Nicoll, born 10 Dec 1883 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 Jan 1952 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.  He married Edna Wallace.

+   372   iv       William (Bill)5 Nicoll, born 12 Aug 1885 in Quebec, Canada; died 29 Aug 1971 in Summit, Union Co., NJ.  He married Isabella (Bella) Gordon.

     373   v        Margaret Jessie (Maggie)5 Nicoll, born 21 Jan 1887 in Quebec, Canada; died 3 May 1964 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  She married on 9 Jun 1917 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Raymond Baird Miller, born 5 May 1889 in Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Nov 1889 in Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Aug 1961 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, son of James A. Miller and Adeline Biggar.

     374   vi       Annie McFarlane5 Nicoll, born 27 Mar 1889 in Quebec, Canada; died 12 Apr 1981 in Roselle, NJ.

+   375   vii      Thomas Walter5 Nicoll, born 18 Sep 1890 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jun 1966 in Thunder Bay (Port Arthur), Ontario, Canada.  He married Bertha Anna Louisa Muir.

     376   viii     George Christie5 Nicoll, born 18 Nov 1891 in Quebec, Canada; died 29 Sep 1918 in Cambria, France.

     377   ix       Barbara5 Nicoll, born 14 Oct 1892 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jan 1962 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 29 Jun 1921 Robert Roydon (Roy) Morrison (see 526), born 30 Aug 1890 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 5 Feb 1971 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Thomas Barron Morrison and Janet Doig.

     378   x        Andrew Alexnder5 Nicoll, born 21 Nov 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Feb 1968 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 29 Feb 1968 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 14 Oct 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Catherine Jane (Katie) Jones, born 3 Feb 1900; died 18 Aug 1986 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Andrew was drafted into the Canadian Army in 1918. Obituary: NICOLL, (Andrew Alexander) - Suddenly at Lachute, Que., on Tuesday, February 27th, 1968, in his 74th year, dealy loved husband of Catherine Jones. - Resting at MacKimmie Funeral Home, Lachute, Que. Funeral from Margaret Rodger Memorial Presbyterian Church, Thursday, February 29, at 3 p.m.

+   379   xi       Kenneth Howard5 Nicoll, born 2 May 1896 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Oct 1948 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jessie Alma Miller (see 517).

     380   xii      Daughter5 Nicoll, born abt 1897 in Quebec, Canada; died Infant in Quebec, Canada.

     381   xiii     Mary Ellen (Helen)5 Nicoll, born 26 Mar 1899 in Quebec, Canada.

+   382   xiv     Albert Paul5 Nicoll, born 10 Nov 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Jan 1961 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Amy Elizabeth Margaret Patterson.

     383   xv      Edward5 Nicoll, born 22 Jul 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Feb 1943.

     384   xvi     Harold Muir5 Nicoll, born 16 Mar 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Apr 1944 in Bretteville, France.

 

 

118. Janet4 Nichol (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 2 Mar 1854 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jan 1855 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Feb 1935 in Upper Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Oct Walter Smith, born 22 Jan 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Apr 1853 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Mar 1906 in Vide Sac, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of William Smith and Janet Henderson.

 

Notes for Janet Nichol

     Witness to Janet's christening was Helen Henry.

 

Notes for Walter Smith

     In 1901 Walter farmed in St. Jérusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Jenet and 7 children.

 

     Children of Janet Nichol and Walter Smith were as follows:

+   385   i         Elizabeth McQueen5 Smith, born 15 Nov 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 9 Jul 1948 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Shaw (Jack) Gordon.

     386   ii        Jean Doig (Jane)5 Smith, born 22 Jul 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Mar 1971 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Jan James William Robertson (see 273), born 15 Mar 1881 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Robertson and Christy Black.

+   387   iii       Janet Grace5 Smith, born 28 Aug 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jan 1924.  She married James Ernest (Ernie) Gordon.

     388   iv       Mary Florence (Minnie)5 Smith, born 8 Jul 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Dec 1950 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     389   v        Catherine Alice5 Smith, born 22 Jul 1889 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Jan 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     390   vi       William Fred5 Smith, born 30 Oct 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 May 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     391   vii      Dr. John Thomas5 Smith, born 4 Oct 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Dec 1965 in Wood Co., OH.  He married (1) on 22 Jul 1937 in IN Ruby Blanche Manor, born 6 Jan 1896 in Florida, Henry Co., OH; died 11 Jun 1954 in Grand Rapids, Wood Co., OH, daughter of Joseph Benton Manor and Etta Mae Dancer; (2) Esther (---).   Notes: In 1940 John was a medical physician in private practice on 1st Street, Grand Rapids, Wood Co., OH with wife Ruby and her niece Marlene Guyer (6 OH).

 

 

122. John4 Doig Jr. (John3, John2, John1), born 22 May 1843 in County of Two Mountains, Lower Canada, Canada; christened 25 Aug 1847 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jun 1925 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 6 Jun 1925 in Brucefield Cemetery, Brucefield, Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 23 Dec 1870 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Ellen Stewart (Helen) McKay, born 1844/45 in Ontario, Canada; died 8 Nov 1884 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Ross Cemetery, Brucefield, Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Angus McKay and Ann McLeod.

 

Notes for John Doig Jr.

     In 1871, 1881, and 1891 John was a farmer and carpenter in Tuckersmith Township, near Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario.

    

     Tuckersmith Pioneers, by John Elder, reprinted from the "Huron Expositor," Seaforth - 3 May 1935:

    

     John Doig - Across the road is the John Doig farm. He is the man who built so many fine barns over such a large part of Huron County. As I was so familiar and worked so much for Mr. Doig, I must stop to get my breath so I may start off properly. John Doig took possession of his farm located two miles east of Kippen, early in the 1860's. He kept batch for a considerable time and many men used to go there to get their hair cut, as Johnnie used to be quite a barber, and he and my father being both bachelors used to visit back and forth. Johnnie said he liked to get a meal at my father's as he got lots of sugar in his tea. I really think John Doig was the first man I knew outside of our own household.

    

     He built a kitchen for my father about 1878, the roof of which had a bad leak where it was joined onto the other parts, and this kept Johnny Doig fresh in every shower of rain that came through. But this case was an exception to the rule, for Johnnie accounted for probably more leak-proof building throughout the country than any other builder. He started to frame when he was but 14 years of age and used the adze at that age, gradually improving until he was noted far and near as a master barn builder. To this day there are scores and scores of barns standing in this country, a credit to the builder, also a credit to the owners. I may say I never knew a barn to blow down or go wrong if it got a half decent chance after it was built under the supervision of Johnny Doig.

    

     He quit the building and went into draft stallions which was anything but a success. He certainly had all kinds of experience and he told me himself that it was a very discouraging business. Many a time I have taken mares up to John Doig's. He used to import stallions himself but he said it would have been better if he had never seen them. About that time he purchased a portable saw mill which gave him good satisfaction. He soon got out of the stallion business and started framing again, which he continued as long as he was able. During his day he had many men engaged to help do the work - some good, some otherwise. I wonder that he did not go crazy breaking in so many greenhorns for so many years. I have worked with him a lot and can speak form observation, but he being of a jolly nature, helped everything along. His wife was a McKay, a sister of George and Dan McKay, who used to live 1-1/4 miles east of Kippen. She died in the early eighties, leaving a large family of small children - five boys and one daughter. At John Doig¿s funeral there was a great representation of his neighbours and friends and especially his old framers, who had learned to honour him. I remember him showing me a barn north of Seaforth he built on contract and he said he lost $700 there and the owner kept fifty more off because he was not finished on time, so he learned how to contract from that experience.

    

     There were six of a family as follows: John, Tom, Andrew and Bill, the framer, and Sandy and a daughter, now Mrs. Simpson of Egmondville.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John McKinnon and Mary McKay.

 

Notes for Ellen Stewart (Helen) McKay

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John McKinnon and Mary McKay.

 

     Children of John Doig Jr. and Ellen Stewart (Helen) McKay were as follows:

     392   i         John5 Doig, born 8 Jan 1872 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2 Dec 1919 in Gladstone, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Iron Bridge, Algoma, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: John was a woodsman and in lumbering. In 1911 he was a lumber worker in Gladston, Huron Co., Ontario, a nephew with Andrew Clark and family. He did not marry. John died instantaneously in an accidental shooting. Witness to his death certificate was his brother Thomas Doig of Kippen, Ontario.

     393   ii        Angus5 Doig, born Mar 1874 in Ontario, Canada; died 25 Feb 1886 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Brucefield Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

     394   iii       Andrew5 Doig, born 1875/76 in Ontario, Canada; died 1934 in Egmondville, Ontario, Canada; buried in Brucefield Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Andrew was a farmer.

     395   iv       Thomas5 Doig, born 10 Dec 1877 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Jun 1922 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 18 Jun 1922 in Brucefield Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Thomas was a schoolteacher in grades 5 and 9.  He remained single. He was shot accidentally one morning going for the cows, it being his habit to hunt ground hogs on the way.

+   396   v        William5 Doig, born 2 Aug 1880 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1961 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Ross Cemetery, Brucefield, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Maria (Marie) Davis.

+   397   vi       Ann Ellen5 Doig, born 31 Aug 1882 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1959 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Crawford Hugh Simpson.

+   398   vii      Alexander McLaren5 Doig, born 27 Oct 1884 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died Jun 1966 in Pinellas Co., FL.  He married Ellen Chatwin (Nellie) Farrell.

 

 

123. Andrew4 Doig (John3, John2, John1), born 16 Jul 1845 in East Settlement, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 18 Feb 1914 in Gorrie, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 14 Aug 1868 in Howick, Perth Co., Ontario, Canada Margaret Patrick, born 2 Jan 1851 in Wellesley Township, Ontario, Canada; died 27 Oct 1919 in Listowel, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Peter E. Patrick and Janet Skilling.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

     In 1871 Andrew was a farmer at Howick, Ontario.  In 1881 he was also a sawmiller living two farms from his uncle Paul Doig.  In 1891 he was a farmer in Howick; at home were his wife and children Peter, John, Andrew, Robert, Mary, and Paul.  Andrew was a presbyterian. In 1901 he farmed in Howick with Margaret and children Robert, Mary, Paul, and Ross.

    

     Witness to Andrew's death certificate was his son Peter F. Doig.

 

Notes for Margaret Patrick

     From the obituary of Margaret Doig; "Listowel Banner," October 29, 1919:  "When a small child she came with her parents to Howick and has resided in this township continuously ever since.  She attended the public school at Union S.S. No. 16, where her children also afterwards attended.  In August, 1868 she was married to Andrew Doig at the age of seventeen and at that time was considered one of the most beautiful women in the neighborhood.  Her husband, who predeceased her in February, 1914, was one of the best known and respected residents of the County, and grew to manhood on the old homestead farm in Tuckersmith township and when twenty one years of age settled on lot 32, concession C, Howick, to which he brought his young bride two years later, where they continued to reside for many years, and endured many of the hardships incident to pioneer life with courage and cheerfulness.  But they lived to see their labors crowned with success, and to see their children settled around them in pleasant and happy homes.  Some years ago they decided to retire from the active duties of farm life and built a comfortable residence for themselves in Gorrie, where Mr. Doig died suddenly five years ago.  Since then she has continued to reside in that village and was quite healthy and active.  While visiting her son in London this fall she was taken ill, but reached the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Coghlin, of Listowel, where for several weeks she suffered intense pain, all of which she bore with courage and Christian resignation, until death relieved her sufferings and her spirit took its flight to Him who gave it.  The funeral was held on Tuesday from her daughter's residence, the funeral services being conducted by her pastor, the Presbyterian minister of Gorrie, of which church deceased had been a life long member... Her remains were laid to rest in the Molesworth cemetery, adjoining the farm where she spent her girlhood, beside those of him who had shared her joys and sorrows for upwards of forty-five years."

 

     Children of Andrew Doig and Margaret Patrick were as follows:

+   399   i         Peter Fisher5 Doig, born 8 May 1867 in Howick, Perth Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Oct 1939 in Howick, Perth Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Fordwich, Perth Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Eleanor Gibson.

+   400   ii        John (Jack)5 Doig, born 1871/72 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1955 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Agnes Milne Turnbull.

     401   iii       Janet5 Doig, born 16 Aug 1873 in Gorrie, Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died Infant in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

     402   iv       Jane5 Doig, born 16 Aug 1873 in Gorrie, Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died Infant in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+   403   v        Andrew5 Doig, born 20 Jun 1876 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Quebec, Canada; died 14 May 1944 in Grey Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 16 May 1944 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Sarah Jane (Jean, Jennie) Cummings.

+   404   vi       Robert A. (Bob)5 Doig, born 15 Jul 1879 in Ontario, Canada; died 1943 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married C. Florence Sanderson.

+   405   vii      Mary Ellen5 Doig, born 20 Mar 1883 in Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) John George Coghlin; (2) John Moody Kincaid.

+   406   viii     Paul Lawson5 Doig, born 17 Dec 1887 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Jun 1939 in Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Middlesex, London Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Lillian Ruth West.

+   407   ix       Arnold Ross5 Doig, born 29 Jan 1893 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 8 Mar 1976 in Palmerston, Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) Mary Jane Edwards; (2) Catherine Elizabeth (Libby) Grant.

 

 

124. Jane4 Doig (John3, John2, John1), born 6 Feb 1850 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1853 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Apr 1923 in Iron Bridge, Algoma Dist., Ontario, Canada; buried 7 Apr 1923 in Iron Bridge, Algoma Dist., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 15 Dec 1870 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Mathew Andrew Clark, born Apr 1849 in Algoma, Ontario, Canada, son of Alexander Clark and Barbara (---).

 

Notes for Jane Doig

     Witness to Jane's death certificate was her sister Isabella Hammill.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John M. Farline and Janet Doig, both of Tuckersmith.

 

Notes for Mathew Andrew Clark

     Andrew was a mason from Hamilton, Fullerton Township. In 1881 he was farmed Grey, Huron Centre, Ontario with his wife Jane and 4 children. In 1911 he farmed in Gladston, Huron Co., Ontario with his wife Jane, daughter Barbara McGiverin, grandson David McGiverin, and nephew John Doig.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John M. Farline and Janet Doig, both of Tuckersmith.

 

     Children of Jane Doig and Mathew Andrew Clark were as follows:

     408   i         Alexander F.5 Clark, born 1872/73 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Jun 1908 in Blind River, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Alexander did not marry. He died an accidental death.

     409   ii        John5 Clark, born 1874/75 in Ontario, Canada; died 1902.   Notes: John did not marry.

     410   iii       Janet McLaren5 Clark, born 2 Feb 1877 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mr. Carsley, born Of Superior, WI.

+   411   iv       Barbara D.5 Clark, born Feb 1879 in Ontario, Canada; died 1952.  She married Mr. McGiverin.

 

 

125. Janet (Jessie)4 Doig (John3, John2, John1), born 6 Feb 1852 in East Settlement, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1853 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jun 1882 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 24 Jun 1882 in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  She married Not married unknown.

 

Notes for Janet (Jessie) Doig

     Janet did not marry.

 

     Children of Janet (Jessie) Doig were as follows:

+   412   i         Colin David5 Doig, born Feb 1871 in Ontario, Canada; died 27 Oct 1936 in Eveleth,¿ St. Louis Co., MN.  He married Margaret Macmillan.

 

 

126. William McLaren4 Doig (John3, John2, John1), born 12 Mar 1859 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Mar 1933 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 23 Jul 1902 in Toronto, York Co., Canada Lydia J. Conley, born 26 Nov 1873 in Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Nov 1961 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, daughter of George Conley and Rachel M. Townsend.

 

Notes for William McLaren Doig

     William became a teacher in the county schools for thirteen years and managed his father's farm for the nine years prior to John's death.  In 1881 he farmed in Howick, Huron County with his sister Jessie. In 1891 he farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co. with his sister Isabella and nephew Alexander. In 1901 he farmed in Tuckersmith with his sister Bellie.

    

     On 9 Nov 1900 (?) William went to Detroit, MI, accompanied by his nephew, Alexander.  There he studied at the Detroit College of Law and graduated in June, 1902.  He was admitted to the Michigan bar on 14 June 1902 and to the Federal courts on 16 June 1902.  He became a lawyer at Sault Ste. Marie, MI.

    

     William was a staunch Republican and active in local affairs in Sault Ste. Marie.  He was a member and state grand master in the Masons, in the I.O.O.F., Modern Woodsmen of America, the Maccabees, and was president of the Caledonia Society.  John was a strong member at the Presbyterian Church.

    

     Death also reported in 1961.

    

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"A history of the northern peninsula of Michigan and its people," By Alvah Littlefield Sawyer, 1911:

    

     William Mclaren Doig is one of the many sterling and honored citizens contributed to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by the fine old Dominion of Canada, and he is now numbered among the representative members of the bar of Chippewa county, being engaged in the active practice of his profession in the city of Sault Ste. Marie. He is a loyal and progressive citizen, is a prominent factor in various fraternal organizations, and his genial and companionable personality has gained to him a wide circle of stanch friends in the city in which he has elected to make his home.

    

     Mr. Doig finds a due measure of satisfaction in that he can trace his genealogy through a long line of sterling Scottish forefathers, and his ancestors were numbered among the Covenanters who valiantly maintained their religious opinions against implacable opposition, many of their number becoming martyrs to their faith, as the pages of history well recall. Mr. Doig was born in the township of Tuckersmith, Huron county, province of Ontario, Canada, on the 12th of March, 1859, and is a son of John and Janet (McLaren) Doig, the former of whom was born at Thorn Hill, Perthshire, Scotland, on the 20th of February, 1820, and the latter of whom was born at Chippewa, on the Niagara River, near Niagara Falls, then Upper Canada but now Ontario, of Scotch parents, on the 3d of September, 1821. There her father, Alexander McLaren, died in 1824. Mrs. Doig, the devoted wife and mother, was summoned to the life eternal on the 3d of November, 1887, and the father passed away on the 2d of March, 1892. Their marriage was solemnized in the province of Quebec, Canada, on the 14th of April, 1840, and of their twelve children five are now living,¿John, Andrew, Jean (wife of Andrew Clark), William and Isabella (wife of Thomas Hammell). John resides near Kippen, Andrew, at Gorrie, Ontario, and Jean and Isabella, near Iron Bridge, Ontario. John Doig Sr. was reared to maturity in his native land, where he received an excellent classical education and where he continued to reside until 1836, when, at the age of sixteen years, he came with his parents, John and Jean (Paterson) Doig, to America, the voyage having been made on a sailing vessel, "The Monarch," that consumed seven weeks in making the trip from Scotland to the city of Montreal, Canada, where the family disembarked and settled on. a farm at Lachute, about forty miles from Montreal. John Doig (I) left Scotland on account of trouble with the factor of his landlord, Earl of Moray, who had imposed intolerable conditions on his tenants by attempting to force and coerce them to vote against the Reform candidate, Fox Mall, and in favor of Sir George Murray, the Tory candidate for the House of Commons. The second year after the establishing of the family home in Canada the rebellion in that province had its inception, headed by a Frenchman named Papineau, and John Doig (I), his brother Paul, and his son John, father of the subject of this review, all served as soldiers in the government troops. John Doig (II) was a member of a company of infantry commanded by his uncle, Captain Paul Doig, and John Doig (I) was identified with the cavalry arm of the service.

    

     John Doig (II) remained at the parental home until he had attained the age of twenty years, when he married and engaged in farming on his own responsibility. He reclaimed a farm from the wilderness, in the province of Quebec, and there he remained until 1853, when he removed with his wife and four children to what was then known as the Queen's Bush, now Huron county, province of Ontario, making the trip by boat to Hamilton and thence overland with team and wagon to his destination. He secured a tract of heavily timbered land, and preliminary to settling himself to the arduous task of reclaiming the same to cultivation he made a clearing in which to erect his primitive log cabin, within whose modest precincts four other children were born, one of them being the subject of this sketch, thus making eight children in the happy family circle. It is gratifying to record that the fine old homestead farm is now owned by him whose name initiates this sketch, and the estate, comprising one hundred acres, is now one of the well improved and valuable farms of the province in which it is located. In 1872 John Doig (II) erected the substantial and commodious brick residence now standing on the homestead. He was a man of strong intellectuality and broad mental ken, so that he naturally assumed a position of leadership in public affairs of a local order, and in politics was a life-long Liberal, while he ever commanded the unqualified confidence and respect of his fellowmen. He held many positions of public trust and was one of the influential citizens of Huron county at the time of his death, which occurred while he was temporarily residing in the Algoma District, at Dean Lake, Ontario, where he fell dead, from heart failure, on the 2d of March, 1892. Both he and his wife were earnest and devout members of the Presbyterian church, and their remains are interred in Molesworth cemetery, side by side with those of their daughter, Janet Doig,-who died June 20, 1882.

    

     The old homestead farm which was the place of his birth and of which he is now the appreciative owner figures as the scene of the boyhood and youthful experiences of William McLaren Doig, and he recalls that when about two years of age his mother related to him, with much earnestness, details of the recent battle of Bull Run, one of the most sanguinary in the history of the Civil war in the United States. He was accorded the advantages of a home of significant culture and refinement, and he continued to assist in the work of the home farm and to attend the local schools until he was eighteen years of age. Thereafter he devoted some time to work in the pedagogic profession, in connection with which he proved a successful and popular teacher in the country schools of his native province for thirteen years. He had the management of the home farm for a number of years prior to the death of his honored father, and on the 9th day of November, 1900, he went to Ihe city of Detroit, Michigan, accompanied by his nephew, Alex. M. Doig, where he entered the Detroit College of Law, in which excellent institution he was graduated in June, 1902, with the degree of Bachelor of Laws. On the 14th of that month he was admitted to the bar, by the Supreme court of Michigan, at the city of Lansing, and two days later he was admitted to practice in the Federal courts, in Detroit. Mr. Doig proved no laggard in his activities at this time, as ,only a short time had elapsed ere he had taken unto himself a wife, in the city of Toronto, and after his marriage he came forthwith with his bride to Sault Ste. Marie, where he has since been engaged in the practice of his profession, in which he has gained an excellent clientage and built up a prosperous business. He is careful in the preparation of all his causes and has shown much versatility and resourcefulness as a trial lawyer, as well as admirable equipment as a counsellor.

    

     In politics Mr. Doig is aligned as a stanch advocate of the principles and policies of the Republican party, and he is well fortified in his opinions as to public affairs. For many years has been a stanch member of the Presbyterian church. In 1889 Mr. Doig was made a Mason in Zurich Lodge, No. 224, Free & Accepted Masons, at flensall, Ontario, and he is past master of this lodge. His capitular degrees were received in Enterprise Chapter, No. 126, Royal Arch Masons, at Harriston, Ontario, from which he was dimitted to Sault Ste. Marie Chapter, No. 126, with which is now affiliated. While residing on the old homestead farm Mr. Doig was an active member of the Grange at Kippen, Ontario, and also held membership in Hensall Lodge. No. 223, independent Order of Odd Fellows, and is now a member of Sault Ste. Marie I. O. O. F, No. 123. In 1894 he identified himself with Madoc Lodge, No. 160, L. O. L., of British America, and he is now actively affiliated with Sault Ste. Marie Lodge, No. 174, of this order, of which local organization he has served as master for the past seven years. He has been a most influential factor in this order, as is evident when it is stated that in 1906 he was elected state grand master of the grand lodge of Michigan, and has held that position continuously ever since. He is also a member of the Independent Order of Foresters, the Modern Woodmen of America, the Maccabees, and was president of the Caledonia Society of Sault Ste. Marie, before which he has delivered numerous and interesting addresses, as he is thoroughly appreciative of the history of the land of his sterling forefathers, the sturdy Scotsmen. He is also register of Royal Black Preceptory of the Black Knights of Michigan, No. 1, of Chippewa county, and is state treasurer of the same society.

    

     In the city of Toronto. Canada, on the 23d of July, 1902, was solemnized the marriage of Mr. Doig to Miss Lydia J. Conley, who was born in Hastings county, province of Ontario, Canada, and who is a daughter of George and Rachel (Townsend) Conley, both of whom were likewise born in that county. Mr. Conley died in 1895 and his widow now resides in Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Doig have two children,¿ Janet M. and John C. The former, who was an unusually bright and attractive child until May 16, 1909, on that day after returning from Sunday school, was stricken down with that dread disease spinal meningitis, and after being unconscious for nine weeks, she gradually recovered, but she was unable to speak and the past was and is to her a total blank, but she is now learning to talk and learning everything over again like an infant. She was five years of age at the time, and when she recovered she did not even know her parents or her little playmates. Their other child, John Doig, is a sturdy little fellow two years of age.

 

     Children of William McLaren Doig and Lydia J. Conley were as follows:

     413   i         Janet McLaren5 Doig, born 31 Oct 1903 in Sault St Marie, Chippewa Co., MI; died 1964 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Janet was an unusually bright and attractive child.  After returning from Sunday school on 16 May 1909 she was stricken with spinal meningitis.  She was unconscious for nine weeks and gradually recovered.  She was unable to speak and her mind was a total blank.  She slowly relearned to talk, but had to learn everything over again like an infant.

     414   ii        John Conley5 Doig, born 25 Jul 1908 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippwa Co., MI; died 6 Jan 1999 in Alma, Gratiot Co., MI.  He married in 1959 in Grand Rapids, MI Velma Rathbun Luneke, born 26 Jul 1913; died 19 Jul 2003 in Alma, Gratiot Co., MI.   Notes: John moved with his family back to a farm near London, Ontario in 1913, and there he grew up and attended high school. In his late teens he took a job at Hudson Motors in Detroit and attended Detroit College of Law at night.  He graduated and was admitted to the Michigan Bar.  He later achieved a Doctor of Laws and was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.  He worked as a tax attorney for the City of Detroit.  He is listed in the California Alumni Association.      In 1940 he became a Special Agent for the FBI  During the World War II he traveled extensively on the west coast in the apprehension and relocation of aliens.  After the war he returned to Detroit and became Resident Agent to Grand Rapids, MI.  While there he became active in Masonry.      John retired from the FBI in 1961 and entered the practice of law.  Soon John joined Omer Cherrette as a partner in the Custom Door Company.  The venture was a success and enjoyed nationwide distribution.  The business was sold and the owners retired in June of 1978.  John spent his retirement in travel, researching the Doig family history, and in Masonic activities.

John and Velma Doig

 

 

 

127. Isabella (Belle)4 Doig (John3, John2, John1), born Aug 1861 in Ontario, Canada; died 1 Oct 1944 in Thessalon, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 26 Nov 1902 in Thessalon, Ontario, Canada Thomas Hammell, born Oct 1862 in Ontario, Canada, son of David Hammell and Eliza McQuire.

 

Notes for Isabella (Belle) Doig

     In 1911 Isabella reported herself born in Aug 1869.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mrs. M. & Mary Armstrong of Thessalon.

 

Notes for Thomas Hammell

     In 1911 Thomas Hammell farmed in Algoma East, Ontario with his wife Isabella and daughters Jane Ellen and Margaret B.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mrs. M. & Mary Armstrong of Thessalon.

 

     Children of Isabella (Belle) Doig and Thomas Hammell were as follows:

+   415   i         Jean Ellen (Jane, Jennie)5 Hammell, born Jul 1904 in Ontario, Canada.  She married Allen Eaket.

     416   ii        Margaret B.5 Hammell, born Jan 1907 in Iron Bridge, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 19 Sep 1936 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa Co., MI Garnet Malone, born 1904 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, son of Michael Malone and Catherine Gunn.   Notes: Margaret and Garnet live in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.  They have no children.

 

 

128. John (Jack)4 Doig (Andrew3, John2, John1), born Aug 1855 in Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jun 1904 in Carrville, Trinity Co., CA; buried in Trinity Center, Trinity Co., CA.  He married on 13 Nov 1888 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA Julia Gaffney, born Dec 1860 in Mt. Aukum, Amador Co.,CA; died 13 Feb 1946 in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA; buried in San Joaquin Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA, daughter of Patrick Gaffney and Marcella McLaughlin.

 

Notes for John (Jack) Doig

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     John entered the US in 1875 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1900 John Doig, born Aug 1855 in Canada, was a hotel keeper in the 8th Township, Fresno Co., CA with his wife Julia, children Walter and Ethel, four servants, and four boarders; his sister Annie Berry and her husband James lived next door. John listed his father from Scotland and mother from Ireland..

    

     John Doig, age about 53, native of Scotland, died near Carrville on 21 June 1904. He was killed by a mine slide in Snow Gulch, 2-1/2 miles above Trinity Center. He had been in Trinity about 4 years. He left a wife and two children at Millwood, Calavares County. He was buried at Trinity Center. [Age and place of birth may be in error as not reported by a relative.]

 

Notes for Julia Gaffney

     Julia was reported twice in the 1880 census, once with her parents and the other as a housekeeper to Archibale Mull, a farmer in Lee, Sacramento Co., CA (page 299). After John's death in 1904 she remarried later that year to Laben John Turner. In 1920 she was a widow rooming in Township 3, Fresno Co., CA.

 

     Children of John (Jack) Doig and Julia Gaffney were as follows:

+   417   i         Walter Andrew5 Doig, born 1 Jul 1889 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 18 Nov 1956 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA.  He married (1) Violet Fern Work; (2) Evelyn Hunter.

+   418   ii        Ethel Marcella5 Doig, born Feb 1891 in Mt. Aukum, Amador Co.,CA; died 4 Jan 1926 in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA; buried in Park View Cemetery, Manteca, San Joaquin Co., CA.  She married Charles Thomas Willis.

 

 

130. Jane Paterson4 Doig (Andrew3, John2, John1), born 22 Nov 1858 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Jun 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Feb 1955 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Dec 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Archibald G. McArthur, born 1853 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 Dec 1937 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Peter McArthur and Nancy Stone.

 

Notes for Jane Paterson Doig

     Witnesses to Jane's christening were Christian McGregor and Christian Blair.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Archibald and Jane were married by Minister John Mackie.  Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Jessie Doig.

 

Notes for Archibald G. McArthur

     Archibald was previously married to Catherine McGibbon with 2 sons. In 1881 Archibald was a butcher in Ste-Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with his wife Catherine and Robert Ketyle (13 Quebec). In 1891 he was a general trader in Lachute, Argenteuil with wife Jane and 4 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

    

     Archibald and Jane were married by Minister John Mackie.  Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Jessie Doig.

 

     Children of Jane Paterson Doig and Archibald G. McArthur were as follows:

     419   i         Arthur Herbert5 McArthur, born 18 Oct 1884 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 2 Aug 1886 in Dalesville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     420   ii        Charles5 McArthur, born abt 1885 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 28 Aug 1886 in Dalesville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     421   iii       Annie Lottie5 McArthur, born 1 Dec 1890 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Nov 1968 in Victoria, BC, Canada.  She married on 9 Mar 1916 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada Harold Vincent O'Reilly, born 28 Jun 1889 in Ennismore, Peterboro, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Mar 1970 in Victoria, BC, Canada, son of Thomas O'Reilly and Maria Teresa McGarrity.

     422   iv       Jessie Katie5 McArthur, born 11 Feb 1894 in Dalesville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

132. Andrew4 Doig (Andrew3, John2, John1), born 18 May 1862 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Oct 1862 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Jul 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 12 Jul 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 17 Oct 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Eleanor (Ellie, Ellen) Wood, born 2 Sep 1874 in Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jun 1958 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Robert Wood and Christina McGregor.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

     In 1901 Andrew farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec with his new wife; also living with him was his mother and sister Charlotte. In 1911 he farmed in St. Jerusalem with his wife Ella and children Gordon, Sherman, and Ethel. In 1921 he farmed in St. Jerusalem with Mary and 3 children.

 

     Children of Andrew Doig and Mary Eleanor (Ellie, Ellen) Wood were as follows:

+   423   i         Gordon Robert5 Doig, born 28 Dec 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 May 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Feb 1981 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Elizabeth (May) Morrow.

+   424   ii        Sherman Andrew (Sharman)5 Doig, born 5 Mar 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Jul 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Lila Janet (Jessie) Scott.

+   425   iii       Ethel Christine Gregor5 Doig, born 25 Oct 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Jul 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Mar 1999 in Largo, Pinellas Co., FL; buried in Zion United Church Cemetery, Dundee, Ontario, Canada.  She married George Caldwell Smillie.

 

 

135. Amelia (Emma)4 Doig (Andrew3, John2, John1), born 6 Sep 1869 in Quebec, Canada; died 27 Nov 1931 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 3 Oct 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William (Bill) Thompson Jr., born 25 Mar 1868 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Apr 1941 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Thompson and Margaret Jane Bertoh Graham.

 

Notes for Amelia (Emma) Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Evaline Emma Thomson. William signed as William Thompson Jr.

 

Notes for William (Bill) Thompson Jr.

     In 1911 William farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Amelia and children John, James, Oswald, and Jessie.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Andrew Doig and Evaline Emma Thomson. William signed as William Thompson Jr.

 

     Children of Amelia (Emma) Doig and William (Bill) Thompson Jr. were as follows:

     426   i         John Austin5 Thompson, born 28 Jul 1895 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 20 Jun 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Dec 1917 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     427   ii        William Andrew Herbert5 Thompson, born 1 Nov 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 20 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   428   iii       James Russell5 Thompson, born 19 Apr 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Feb 1963 in Lakefield, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Alma Muriel Silverson.

     429   iv       Ralph Edward5 Thompson, born Apr 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Dec 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     430   v        Oswald G.5 Thompson, born 27 Apr 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Nov 1950.  He married on 26 Oct 1936 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Ellen Maria Brown, born 3 Sep 1910 in Lakefield, Quebec, Canada; died 1965, daughter of Richard Brown and Nora Parker.   Notes: Birth also reported in 1905. Oswald farmed at R.R. #1, Lachute, Quebec.

+   431   vi       Amelia Jessie5 Thompson, born 1906 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Nov 1987 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Lester Brock Thompson.

     432   vii      Lottie M.5 Thompson, born 2 May 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 May 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

136. John4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 4 Nov 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jan 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Dec 1905 in Carrick Township, Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 16 Mar 1887 in Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada Joanne (Joan, Annie) Inglis, born 19 Aug 1861 in Glenmorris, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Jul 1939 in Carrick Township, Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of George S. Inglis and Helen (Ellen) Smith.

 

Notes for John Doig

     Witnesses at John's christening were Thomas Hugh Henry and Helen Henry.

    

     The family lived in Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario.  In 1891 John was with his brother William farming next door to his father; he had no family with him. In 1901 he farmed in Carrick with his wife Joan and children Paul, James, George, John and Ellen.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Inglis and Margaret Doig.

 

Notes for Joanne (Joan, Annie) Inglis

     In 1911 Annie resided in Carrick, Bruce South, Ontario with her children George, John, and Ellen.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Inglis and Margaret Doig.

 

     Children of John Doig and Joanne (Joan, Annie) Inglis were as follows:

+   433   i         Paul Patterson5 Doig, born 28 Dec 1887 in Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 21 Jul 1941 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; buried in Mt. Plesant Cemetery, Edmondton, Alberta, Canada.  He married Ada Blanche Ady.

+   434   ii        James Inglis5 Doig, born 31 Mar 1890 in Mildmay, Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 7 Apr 1972 in Wingham, Ontario. Canada; buried in Wingham, Ontario. Canada.  He married Edith Annetta Gowdy.

+   435   iii       George William5 Doig, born 21 Feb 1892 in Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 7 Jul 1958 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Irma Rachel Mary Williams.

     436   iv       John Stanley5 Doig, born 9 Feb 1896 in Mildmay, Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 29 Jul 1980 in Wingham, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: During WWI John enlisted on 16 May 1918 at London, Ontario in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force. He was single at the time, a farmer living with his mother at R.R. 2, Mildmay, Ontario, a Presbyterian, 5'6" tall, fair complexion, Blue eyes, and dark hair.

     437   v        Ellen Smith (Nellie)5 Doig, born 29 Sep 1899 in Carrick Township, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 7 Oct 1973 in Wingham, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

137. Andrew4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 19 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Sep 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jul 1947 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 12 Oct 1892 in Wallace Township, Ontario, Canada Ann (Annie) Miller, born 21 Jun 1865 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Aug 1948 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, daughter of William Miller and Isabella Sanderson.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

     Witnesses to Andrew's christening were Andrew Todd and Paul Doig.

    

     In 1901 Anderew farmed in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario; with him were his wife, daughter Jane, his mother-in-law the widow Isabel Miller, and a boarder. In 1911 he farmed in Howick with his wife Annie, 4 children, and mother-in-law. In 1921 he farmed in Howick with Annie and 3 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Charles W. Watson and Sarah Ross.

 

Notes for Ann (Annie) Miller

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Charles W. Watson and Sarah Ross.

 

     Children of Andrew Doig and Ann (Annie) Miller were as follows:

+   438   i         Jane Lillian (Jean)5 Doig, born 13 May 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Apr 1967 in Molesworth, Ontario, Canada.  She married Charles Clifford (Burt) Elliott.

+   439   ii        Isabella (Della, Annie)5 Doig, born 20 Nov 1901 in Howick Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Sep 1991 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth, Perth Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married William Morley McMichael.

+   440   iii       Margaret Gertrude5 Doig, born 5 Apr 1904 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Mar 1942.  She married Victor Stanley Edgar.

+   441   iv       William Brown (Red Bill)5 Doig, born 16 Aug 1906 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 24 Jun 1983 in Listowel, Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Wilhelmina Ann Hewitt.

 

 

139. William4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 23 Feb 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Feb 1950 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 9 Feb 1898 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Janet Ross Patrick, born 12 May 1874 in Ontario, Canada; died 1 Nov 1967 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Hugh Skilling Patrick and Jane Walker.

 

Notes for William Doig

     Witnesses to William's christening were Andrew Doig and Mary Scott.

    

     In 1901 William farmed in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario with his new wife.

    

     Death also reported in 1960.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John DOIG and Mary PATRICK, both of Howick.

 

Notes for Janet Ross Patrick

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John DOIG and Mary PATRICK, both of Howick.

 

     Children of William Doig and Janet Ross Patrick were as follows:

+   442   i         Wilbert Patterson5 Doig, born 25 Sep 1903 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Nov 1929 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.  He married Audrey Winifred Skene.

     443   ii        Hugh Walker5 Doig, born 25 Sep 1906 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Oct 1962 in Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada.

+   444   iii       Jean Dorthy5 Doig, born 31 Mar 1910 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 12 Jan 1992.  She married Frank Earls.

+   445   iv       Margaret Rae5 Doig, born 21 Aug 1911 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Feb 2002 in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.  She married John Gordon Mundell.

+   446   v        William Earl (Buss)5 Doig, born 26 Aug 1912 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 3 Mar 1993 in Fergus, Ontario, Canada; buried in Fergus, Ontario, Canada.  He married Eva Bernice Jackson.

 

 

142. Jean Patterson (Jane)4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 14 Feb 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Oct 1958 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 7 Oct 1894 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada William Adams, born 1863/64 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Sep 1951 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of John Stewart Adams and Jane Ireland.

 

     Children of Jean Patterson (Jane) Doig and William Adams were as follows:

+   447   i         Jean Brown5 Adams, born 13 Jan 1898 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1987.  She married John Murray Edgar.

+   448   ii        John Cameron5 Adams, born 20 Aug 1899 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1962.  He married Jean Grant.

+   449   iii       Paul St. Clair5 Adams, born 24 May 1901 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Jun 1982 in St. Louis, MO.  He married Jean Edna Matilda Wilson.

+   450   iv       William Russell5 Adams, born 2 Jan 1903 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 15 Mar 1992.  He married Muriel Mary (Merle) Doig (see 805).

+   451   v        Alexander Harvey5 Adams, born Apr 1905 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 6 Oct 1975 in Gorrie, Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Isobel McDougal.

     452   vi       Andrew Stewart5 Adams, born 24 May 1907 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 15 Jan 1952.  He married Doris Elliott, born abt 1911.

 

 

143. Jessie4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 8 May 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Oct 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Jul 1946 in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO.  She married on 22 Aug 1906 in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada David John Cooper, born 1 Oct 1874 in Kippen, Ontario, Canada; died 19 Dec 1956 in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO, son of John Cooper and Elizabeth Fuss.

 

Notes for David John Cooper

     At the time of his marriage in 1906 David was a farmer in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO. In 1910 David farmed in Bent Co. with his wife Jessie and son Harry. In 1930 David farmed in Rixey, Bent Co., CO with his wife Jessie and son Harry and Roy.

 

     Children of Jessie Doig and David John Cooper were as follows:

     453   i         Harry Wilkinson5 Cooper, born 7 Sep 1907 in Las Animas, CO; died 16 Jul 1939 in La Junta, CO.

+   454   ii        Roy Doig5 Cooper, born 28 Oct 1910 in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO; died 12 Aug 1976 in Las Animas, Bent Co., CO.  He married Anita Lucille Crowe.

 

 

144. Elizabeth Nichol (Lizzie)4 Doig (Paul3, John2, John1), born 20 Aug 1876 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Jul 1944 in Akron, Summit Co., OH.  She married on 11 Jan 1905 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada Robert Ferguson Edgar, born 8 Jun 1877 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 10 Jun 1938 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of James Edgar and Agnes Black.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Nichol (Lizzie) Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John McLEOD and Jessie DOIG, both of Howick.

 

Notes for Robert Ferguson Edgar

     In 1911 Robert farmed in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada with his wife Lizzie and children Cameron, Margaret, Alex, Willie, and Andrew; his father lived next door.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John McLEOD and Jessie DOIG, both of Howick.

 

     Children of Elizabeth Nichol (Lizzie) Doig and Robert Ferguson Edgar were as follows:

+   455   i         James Cameron5 Edgar, born 26 Jun 1905 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1982.  He married Mary Margaret Breckenridge.

+   456   ii        Margaret Brown5 Edgar, born 26 Jul 1906 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1985.  She married Charles Black.

+   457   iii       Alexander (Sandie)5 Edgar, born 3 Jan 1908 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1973.  He married Irene King.

+   458   iv       William (Willie)5 Edgar, born 11 Mar 1909 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1969.  He married Jean Campbell.

+   459   v        Andrew5 Edgar, born 26 Apr 1910 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1973.  He married Anne Brown.

     460   vi       Jean Agnes5 Edgar, born 24 Jun 1912 in Howick, Huron East, Ontario, Canada; died 1985.  She married William Wright, born 1908.

 

 

146. Peter4 Boa (Andrew3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 1851/52 in Canada.  He married on 4 Sep 1888 in Addison, Addison Co., VT Mary E. Leahy, born 25 Jan 1868 in Moriah, Essex Co., NY; died 14 Mar 1894 in Addison Co., VT, daughter of William Leahy and Margaret (---).

 

     Children of Peter Boa and Mary E. Leahy were as follows:

     461   i         Homer Peter5 Boa, born 31 Mar 1890 in Addison Co., VT.

 

 

148. Amelia (Emily)4 Boa (John3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 10 Nov 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 27 Dec 1842 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Jul 1936 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.  She married on 10 Jun 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Todd, born 1828 in Roxburgh, Scotland; died 10 Apr 1896 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI, son of William Todd and Elizabeth Wilson.

 

Notes for Amelia (Emily) Boa

     Witnesses to Amelia's christening were John Boa and Helen Henry.

    

     In 1900 Amelia farmed in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI with her children Thomas B. and Margaret A.; she reported having 8 children with 5 living. In 1910 she managed a farm at Eau Galle with her Maggie Todd and Grace Smith (widow) and Garce's children Frances (19 WI) and David Smith (17 WI). She still lived in Eua Galle in 1920 with unmarried daughter Margaret, daughter Grace Smith, and Claude Smith.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Andrew Boa and Grace William.  William was a widower, and they both resided in East Settlement.

 

Notes for William Todd

     William, his wife and two daughters came to Wisconsin in 1869. In 1870 and 1880 William farmed in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI with his wife Amelia and children Mary, Grace, William, and Thomas.

    

     MARRIAGE:

    

     Witnesses were Andrew Boa and Grace William.  William was a widower, and they both resided in East Settlement.

 

     Children of Amelia (Emily) Boa and William Todd were as follows:

     462   i         Elizabeth5 Todd, born 1 Jul 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Sep 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died bef 1870.   Notes: Witnesses at Elizabeth's christening were Henry Todd and William Gordon. Death also reported 27 March 1957, but she was not with family in 1870 or 1880 census.

     463   ii        John5 Todd, born 30 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died bef 1870.

+   464   iii       Mary5 Todd, born 9 May 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Jan 1946 in Maiden Rock, Pierce Co., WI.  She married Thomas Todd.

+   465   iv       Grace (Gracie)5 Todd, born 31 Mar 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1956 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.  She married George B. Smith.

+   466   v        William H.5 Todd, born 1 Aug 1872 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 30 Apr 1948 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.  He married Lovina DeLong.

+   467   vi       Thomas Boa5 Todd, born 13 Jul 1876 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., Wisconsin; died 3 Feb 1958 in Maiden Rock, Pierce Co., WI.  He married (1) Pearl Blanche Smith; (2) Agnes C. Steele.

     468   vii      Margaret A. (Maggie)5 Todd, born 16 Jul 1881 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., Wisconsin; died 5 Jun 1954.

 

 

149. Andrew4 Boa (John3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 26 Aug 1844 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 30 Mar 1926 in Stoy, Crawford Co., IL; buried in Oblong Cemetery, Oblong, Crawford Co., IL.  He married (1) on 2 Nov 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Mary McLaren, born 30 Nov 1844 in Canada; died 1910 in Crawford Co., IL; buried in Oblong Cemetery, Oblong, Crawford Co., IL; (2) Emily T. (---), born 1861/62 in Canada.

 

Notes for Andrew Boa

     In 1891 Andrew was a handiman in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec with wife Mary and 7 children. In 1900 Andrew farmed in Oblong, Crawford Co., IL with wife Mary, 4 children, and brother-in-law Robert McLaren (Apr 1848 Canada). In 1920 he was a shoemaker at 22 Cieneco Avenue, Oblong with second wife Emily.

 

     Children of Andrew Boa and Mary McLaren were as follows:

     469   i         Mary P. (Minnie)5 Boa, born 1869/70 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

+   470   ii        John S.5 Boa, born 1871/72 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died Jul 1941 in Bass Lake, Starke Co., IN.  He married Rhoda W. Sutcliff.

     471   iii       Alexander Patton5 Boa, born abt 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

     472   iv       Margaret G.5 Boa, born 18 Dec 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

     473   v        Helen E. (Ellen)5 Boa, born 10 Jan 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

     474   vi       Albert5 Boa, born 20 Nov 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

     475   vii      Allen5 Boa, born 13 Jun 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

+   476   viii     Andrew Gordon5 Boa, born 12 Jul 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 24 Sep 1953 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married Vera Mignon Weaver.

     477   ix       Janet A.5 Boa, born 11 Jun 1889 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

 

 

150. Thomas Patton4 Boa (John3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 29 Dec 1849 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1859 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1928 in WI.  He married, divorced  Harriet Jane (Hattie) DeLong, born 15 Feb 1859 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 30 Nov 1937 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI, daughter of Elias DeLong and Clarissa A. (Clara) Thompson.

 

Notes for Thomas Patton Boa

     Thomas entered the US in 1868 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1900 Thomas Boew was a farm laborer in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.

 

Notes for Harriet Jane (Hattie) DeLong

     Obituary:

Mrs. Jane Reckin Dies at Eau Galle.

     Eau Galle, Wis. - (Special to the Republian Hearld) - Funeral were held today at 2 p.m. at the Medhodist Episcopal church at Eau Galle for Mrs. Jane Renkin, 78, pioneer Eau Galle resident. The Rev. H. R. Kershaw of Mondavi officiating.

     Mrs. Reckin, whose maiden name was Jane Delong, of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Delong. She was born February 15, 1859 , at Eau Galle and has always lived there. She was married twice. Her first marriage was to Thomas Bow and her second to Charles Reckin. Both preceeded her in death.

     She leaves four children, three daughters Mrs. James Black (Eva) of Arkansaw, Mrs. Nellie Cowes of Fargo, N.D., and Mrs. Percy Persons (Clara) of Elmwood, and one son, Harrison at home.

     Mrs. Reckin died Tuesday evening at her home in Eau Galle from heart trouble following influenza. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. The Eau Galle Telephone Company was housed in  her home for several years. She and her son and a daughter operated the line. Burial was in the Waubeek cemetery near Eau Galle.

 

     Children of Thomas Patton Boa and Harriet Jane (Hattie) DeLong were as follows:

+   478   i         Clara Jane5 Boa, born 1877 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 1965 in Colfax, Dunn Co., WI.  She married Percy Edwin Persons.

     479   ii        Emry John5 Boa, born 14 Jun 1880 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 21 Feb 1885 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.

+   480   iii       Eva5 Boa, born Jul 1883 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 1975 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI.  She married James Black.

+   481   iv       Nellie5 Boa, born 18 Aug 1886 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 5 Feb 1976.  She married Ivan Cowles.

     482   v        Harrison Andrew5 Boa, born 30 Dec 1892 in Eau Galle, Dunn Co., WI; died 8 Jan 1974 in Elmwood, Pierce Co., WI.

 

 

151. John Alexander4 Boa (John3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 6 Nov 1857 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1859 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Sep 1947 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married on 1 Mar 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret (Maggie) Nicoll (see 120), born 8 Sep 1859 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 2 Apr 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Nov 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Nichol and Jean (Jane) Doig.

 

Notes for John Alexander Boa

     In 1901 John was a farmer in St. Jerusalem parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul Nicol and John Leishman.

 

Notes for Margaret (Maggie) Nicoll

     Witnesses to Margaret's christening were John Nicoll and Thomas H. Henry.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul Nicol and John Leishman.

 

     Children of John Alexander Boa and Margaret (Maggie) Nicoll were as follows:

+   483   i         Catherine Elizabeth (Katie, Nattie)5 Boa, born 10 Mar 1888 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Jul 1888 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Aug 1984 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Peter Gordon.

+   484   ii        John Leonard5 Boa, born 2 Jan 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Jul 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jul 1974 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Margaret Grace McDowal (Maggie) Wilson.

+   485   iii       William McDonald Simpson5 Boa, born 25 May 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Grace M. Shephard.

+   486   iv       Thomas Nicoll5 Boa, born 29 Jul 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 13 Mar 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Florence Tomalty.

 

 

160. Robert4 Boa (Robert3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 9 Jun 1852 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Mar 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Apr 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 15 Jul 1879 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Helen (Ellen) Smith, born 13 Dec 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Sep 1944 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Smith and Catherine Leslie Crawford Buchan.

 

Notes for Robert Boa

     In 1871 Robert was a farmer living with his mother and grandfather in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec. In 1901 Robert farmed in St. Jerusalem parish.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Smith and Jane Murray.

 

Notes for Helen (Ellen) Smith

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Smith and Jane Murray.

 

     Children of Robert Boa and Helen (Ellen) Smith were as follows:

     487   i         Robert William French (Willie)5 Boa, born 2 Dec 1886 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Oct 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1970 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 21 Jul 1929 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Catherine Leslie Crawford Buchan Smith, born 8 Aug 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 May 1975 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Smith and Jean Murray.

     488   ii        Son5 Boa, born 28 Feb 1890 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1890 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Reported as twins, both of whom who died.

     489   iii       Catherine Ellen Buchan5 Boa, born 21 Sep 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 2 Jan 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Jul 1989 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 13 Sep 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Chester Charles Stansfield (Charlie) Pollock, born 10 Jun 1895 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 19 Nov 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.

 

 

162. Mary4 Simpson (Agnes Nancy3 Boa, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 1853/54 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 11 Oct 1869 in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada Robert Andrew Hull, born 1844/45 in Metcalfe, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

 

     Children of Mary Simpson and Robert Andrew Hull were as follows:

     490   i         John Day5 Hull, born 13 Feb 1871 in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.

     491   ii        Northwood Bough5 Hull, born 3 Feb 1873 in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.

     492   iii       Agnes Annie5 Hull, born 3 Oct 1874 in Sarnia, Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 9 Aug 1910 in St. Thomas, Elgin, Ontario, Canada Herbert Spencer Wegg, born 1878/79, son of George Wegg and Moria Marlatt.

 

 

165. Andrew Archibald4 Boa (William3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 19 Aug 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Mar 1940 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 16 Nov Harriet Elizabeth Catherine Jackson Armstrong, born 9 Mar 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 22 Aug 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Dec 1931 in Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Milton Armstrong and Elizabeth Liddle.

 

Notes for Andrew Archibald Boa

     Witnesses to Andrew's christening were James Braden and William Hodge.

    

     In 1901 Andrew farmed in Saint-Canut, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec with his wife Elisabeth and daughter Mary; he lived next door to his brother Robert.

 

     Children of Andrew Archibald Boa and Harriet Elizabeth Catherine Jackson Armstrong were as follows:

     493   i         Mary Elizabeth Liddle5 Boa, born 5 Jul 1900 in St. Canut, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Sep 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Mr. Parker.

     494   ii        Dorothy Hannah Isobel5 Boa, born 23 Sep 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Jul 1917 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   495   iii       Amelia Agnes (Amy)5 Boa, born 5 Dec 1905; died 17 May 1992 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) Seymour Gouch; (2) William Lorne Morrin.

 

 

166. Amelia Janet4 Boa (William3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 10 Jan 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Apr 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 4 May 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Gules Mourey.

 

Notes for Amelia Janet Boa

     Witnesses to Amelia's christening were James Braden and William Hodge.

 

     Children of Amelia Janet Boa and Gules Mourey were as follows:

     496   i         William (Willie)5 Mourey.

 

 

167. Robert Hodge4 Boa (William3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 2 Feb 1866 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Jul 1930 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 23 Nov 1892 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Jean Paterson (Jane) Leishman (see 297), born 7 Jul 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Jan 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of James Leishman Jr. and Amelia Doig.

 

Notes for Robert Hodge Boa

     Robert was a farmer in the parish of St. Canute, county of Twomountians (Deux-Montagnes), Terrebella. In 1901 he lived there with his wife Jane and sons William and James; he lived between Andrew Boa and Paul Doig. In 1911 he farmed there with his wife Jeanne and sons Arthur and Allen; they lived next door to Robert Doig and family. In 1921 he farmed in St. Canut with Jean and sons Arthur and  Allen (married).

    

     Reported to have had a daughter Mary Boa.

 

Notes for Jean Paterson (Jane) Leishman

     Witnesses to Jane's christening were James Leishman and Paul Doig.

 

     Children of Robert Hodge Boa and Jean Paterson (Jane) Leishman were as follows:

+   497   i         William Arthur5 Boa, born 23 Sep 1894 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Feb 1895 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Louise Chapman.

+   498   ii        James Allen5 Boa, born 21 Sep 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Jan 1959 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Cora Bell Rice.

 

 

172. Amelia Doig (Emily)4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 22 Sep 1959 in Quebec, Canada; died 18 Dec 1902 in Boone Co., IL.  She married on 1 Jan 1890 in Rock Co., WI John Franklin (Frank) Biggerstaff, born 17 Oct 1856 in Canada; died 2 Mar 1930 in Caledonia, Boone Co., IL, son of George Biggerstaff and Caroline Powers.

 

Notes for Amelia Doig (Emily) Boa

     Amelia entered the US in 1885.

 

Notes for John Franklin (Frank) Biggerstaff

     Frank entered the US in 1860 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1900 he farmed in Caldonia, Boone Co., IL with wife Amelia and 3 children.

 

     Children of Amelia Doig (Emily) Boa and John Franklin (Frank) Biggerstaff were as follows:

+   499   i         Alvin T.5 Biggerstaff, born 8 Dec 1890 in Boone Co., IL; died 18 Jan 1957 in Harvey, Cook Co., IL.  He married Eva Ann Mann.

+   500   ii        Russell Richard5 Biggerstaff, born 10 May 1892 in Boone Co., IL; died 11 Feb 1959 in Boone Co., IL.  He married (1) Mary Frances Davis; (2) Mabel Genella Frazer.

+   501   iii       Ella May5 Biggerstaff, born 11 Aug 1894 in Caledonia, Boone Co., IL; died 25 Oct 1991.  She married (1) Robert Elmer Ralston; (2) Earl John McEachran.

 

 

173. Florinda Hutchins4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 25 Sep 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1939 in IL.  She married on 24 Oct 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Joseph Henry Scott, born 13 Jun 1867 in Quebec, Canada, son of John Scott and Ann McNeil.

 

Notes for Joseph Henry Scott

     In 1901 and 1911 Joseph farmed in Arundel, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Florinda and mother Ann.

 

     Children of Florinda Hutchins Boa and Joseph Henry Scott were as follows:

     502   i         Doris5 Scott, born abt 1912 Of Canada.  She married Mr. Buskin.   Notes: In 1951 Mrs. Doris Buskin was a stenographer for B. I. Barfield & Son residing in the rear at 1610 VanBuren, Amarillo, TX.

 

 

174. Andrew Archibald4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 9 Mar 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jun 1947 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 24 Jun 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Agnes Doig (see 184), born 10 Feb 1875 in Quebec, Canada; died 4 Sep 1938 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of John Doig and Isabella Scott.

 

Notes for Andrew Archibald Boa

     In 1901 Andrew farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John S. Boa and Lizzie McQuat.

 

Notes for Agnes Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John S. Boa and Lizzie McQuat.

 

     Children of Andrew Archibald Boa and Agnes Doig were as follows:

     503   i         Norman Scott5 Boa, born 24 Oct 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Jun 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Jan 1962 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

     504   ii        Eileen Isabella Janet5 Boa, born 15 Sep 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Sep 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 11 Oct 1941 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Robert Stanley Doig, born 12 Apr 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 15 Jan 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Apr 1975 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, son of Robert John (Robbie) Doig and Eva Doig.   Notes: The following marriage is not certain.

     505   iii       Alma Agnes5 Boa, born 27 Sep 1910 in Quebec, Canada; died 5 Nov 1960 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

175. Thomas Buchanan4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 25 Dec 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened Mar 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Sep 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 30 Jul 1892 in Cook Co., IL Emily Ann Burgin, born 24 Dec 1863 in Nether Hallam (Barnsley), York, England; died 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Henry Burgin and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for Thomas Buchanan Boa

     In 1901 Thomas (25 Sept 1865) was a teamster in Montreal with Emily and 5 children. In 1911 Thomas (Sept 1865) was a printer residing in Lachute with his wife Emily and 7 children. In 1920 he was a chauffeur at 824 Bourbonnière, Montreal, Quebec with Emelie and 7 children.

 

Notes for Emily Ann Burgin

     Emily came to Canada in 1890.

 

     Children of Thomas Buchanan Boa and Emily Ann Burgin were as follows:

     506   i         Archibald (Archie)5 Boa, born 25 Apr 1893 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jul 1941 in Loon Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Joan Michaels, born Sep 1894 in Freeman, Richland Co., ND; died 1963 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, daughter of Ole (Hardbakke) Michaels and Mette Andrea Jones.   Notes: Archie and Elizabeth had 5 children.

     507   ii        Mary Burgin (Minnie)5 Boa, born 25 Oct 1894 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 Nov 1918 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA.  She married on 28 May 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada James Muir (Jim) Doig (see 192), born 15 Sep 1882 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1964 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Andrew Doig and Margaret Muir.

     508   iii       Frank Tracy5 Boa, born 10 Aug 1896 in Quebec, Canada; died 9 Aug 1918 in Europe.   Notes: Frank served in the Canadian military in WWI and was killed in action in Europe in 1918.

+   509   iv       Mabel Emily5 Boa, born 23 Jan 1898 in Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Jun 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 May 1963 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She married Albert Everett Forrest.

+   510   v        Andrew John5 Boa, born 16 Jan 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Sep 1973 in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY.  He married Margaret Morton.

     511   vi       Agnes5 Boa, born Jan 1902 in Quebec, Canada.

     512   vii      Stanley5 Boa, born Aug 1903 in Quebec, Canada; died 30 Oct 1928 in New Westminster, BC, Canada.

     513   viii     Dorothy Buchanan5 Boa, born 12 Apr 1905 in Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Jun 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

177. Lydia Huchings4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 22 Sep 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Aug 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Aug 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 6 Dec 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Alexander (Bill) Gordon, born 24 Oct 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Dec 1939 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 15 Dec 1939 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of James S. Gordon and Elizabeth Gerden.

 

Notes for Lydia Huchings Boa

     MARRIAGE:

William and Lydia were married at the bride¿s home in St. Jerusalem parish, by John Mackie, minister in Lachute.

 

Notes for William Alexander (Bill) Gordon

     William was a farmer in St. Jerusalem.

    

     MARRIAGE:

William and Lydia were married at the bride¿s home in St. Jerusalem parish, by John Mackie, minister in Lachute.

 

     Children of Lydia Huchings Boa and William Alexander (Bill) Gordon were as follows:

+   514   i         James Orrin5 Gordon, born 24 Oct 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1988 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Sarah Jackson Neil.

+   515   ii        Archibald B.5 Gordon, born 29 Aug 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 May 1972 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Isabel Edith (Bella) Cunningham.

     516   iii       Elizabeth Hattie5 Gordon, born 4 Oct 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Feb 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

178. Alice Willard4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 23 Nov 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 14 Apr 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John Miller, born 17 Jul 1872 in St. Canute, Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Nov 1964 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Miller and Isabella Gordon.

 

Notes for Alice Willard Boa

     Alice and John had 6 children.

    

     MARRIAGE:

John and Alice were married by John Mackie, minister.  Witnesses were Charles Miller and Jessie Boa.

 

Notes for John Miller

     John was a farmer at St. Canute.

    

     MARRIAGE:

John and Alice were married by John Mackie, minister.  Witnesses were Charles Miller and Jessie Boa.

 

     Children of Alice Willard Boa and John Miller were as follows:

     517   i         Jessie Alma5 Miller, born 22 Mar 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jan 1986 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 24 Jun Kenneth Howard Nicoll (see 379), born 2 May 1896 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Oct 1948 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Paul Nicoll and Elizabeth Hastings McFarlane.

+   518   ii        Ruby Elizabeth5 Miller, born 23 Aug 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Apr 1982.  She married Leonard Nicholls.

+   519   iii       Clarence John5 Miller, born 9 Apr 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Oct 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jessie Staniforth.

+   520   iv       Lydia Amelia5 Miller, born 4 Oct 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married John Arnold Scott.

     521   v        Annie Donaldson5 Miller, born 19 Feb 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 21 Aug 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 24 Aug 1932 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Allan Alexander Rodger (see 724), born 19 Jul 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Feb 2000 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Charles Robertson (Charlie) Rodger and Elizabeth Helen (Lizzie) Smith.

+   522   vi       Cora Alice5 Miller, born 3 Aug 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Clifford R. (Cliff) Cunningham.

 

 

179. John Simpson4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 11 Jul 1875 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1957 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 27 Dec 1905 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Margaret Jeanne (Maggie) McCoy, born 20 Mar 1880 in Quebec, Canada, daughter of James McCoy and Mary Dickenson.

 

     Children of John Simpson Boa and Margaret Jeanne (Maggie) McCoy were as follows:

     523   i         Grace Lillian5 Boa, born 10 May 1908 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 28 Nov 1974 in St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada; buried in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 12 Jul 1930 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada William Wallace Walker, born 1 Oct 1902 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Oct 1902 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Jul 1977 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; buried in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, son of Rev. Edward Gustavus Walker and Gertrude Isabel Daisy Dean.   Notes: Grace and William had a son.

 

 

181. Janet (Jessie)4 Boa (Archibald (Archie)3, Amelia2 Doig, John1), born 27 Jan 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 May 1968 in Brownsville, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 14 Sep 1912 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Andrew Niven Falconer, born 20 Nov 1885 in Currie, Midlothian, Scotland; died 4 Sep 1980 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

Notes for Andrew Niven Falconer

     Andrew came to Canada in 1909. In 1921 Andrew was a baker in Lachute with wife Jessie and daughers Violet and Lillian.

 

     Children of Janet (Jessie) Boa and Andrew Niven Falconer were as follows:

+   524   i         Violet Grace5 Falconer, born 25 Mar 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Nov 1976 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Keith William Clarke.

+   525   ii        Lillian Mae5 Falconer, born 25 Oct 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Oct 1952 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She married George Edgewarth Fenwick.

 

 

182. Janet4 Doig (John3, Paul2, John1), born 1 Aug 1867 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1946 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 20 Nov 1889 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Thomas Barron Morrison, born 26 Mar 1865 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 29 Dec 1936 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Robert Morrison and Mary Ann Barron.

 

Notes for Janet Doig

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William W. Hume and Agnes Doig.

 

Notes for Thomas Barron Morrison

     Thomas was a farmer in St. Jerusalem and St. Andrew parishes.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William W. Hume and Agnes Doig.

 

     Children of Janet Doig and Thomas Barron Morrison were as follows:

+   526   i         Robert Roydon (Roy)5 Morrison, born 30 Aug 1890 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 5 Feb 1971 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Barbara Nicoll (see 377).

+   527   ii        John Alexander Nelson5 Morrison, born 26 Sep 1894 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jul 1972 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jessie Black.

     528   iii       Isabella Lucy Maud5 Morrison, born 25 Sep 1898 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Oct 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Aug 1957 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   529   iv       Mary Ethel Agnes5 Morrison, born 1 Nov 1901 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 2 Jan 1982 in London, Ontario, Canada.  She married Charles White Garland.

     530   v        Olive Janet5 Morrison, born 12 Apr 1903 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 19 Feb 1928 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   531   vi       Erma Violet5 Morrison, born 2 Nov 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Jan 1913 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 May 1986 in Brownsburg, Quebec, Canada.  She married Colin Edward Martin.

 

 

183. Alexander4 Doig (John3, Paul2, John1), born 27 Apr 1870 in Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1944 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 5 Sep 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Bilsland Black, born 23 Oct 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Jan 1882 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 11 Apr 1961 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Black and Margaret Bilsland.

 

     Children of Alexander Doig and Margaret Bilsland Black were as follows:

+   532   i         Paul Alexander (Bill)5 Doig, born 21 Jul 1906 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Apr 2008 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  He married Bessie Forrester.

     533   ii        Irene Black5 Doig, born 5 Sep 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Nov 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 May 2000 in Arundel, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried in Arundel, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  She married on 9 Jul 1943 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Edward Thomas Craig, born 20 Mar 1911 in Rouge Valley, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jan 1982 in Arundel, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried in Arundel, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, son of Godfrey Craig and Marie Dubeau.

+   534   iii       Myrtle Scott5 Doig, born 12 Jun 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1999 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Norman A. Thorburn.

 

 

185. Robert John (Robbie)4 Doig (John3, Paul2, John1), born 27 Jan 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Jul 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Jun 1958 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 27 Nov 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Eva Doig (see 293), born 4 Jan 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 4 Dec 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Aug 1969 in Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Robert Doig and Marion Fraser.

 

Notes for Robert John (Robbie) Doig

     Robert and Eva were 2nd cousins.

    

     In 1901 Robert lived with his parents. In 1911 Robert lived in Deux-Montagnes, Quebec with his wife Eve and 4 children.

 

     Children of Robert John (Robbie) Doig and Eva Doig were as follows:

     535   i         Marion Isabella Muriel5 Doig, born 12 Sep 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Mar 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Mar 1983 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 23 Jun 1920 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada James Albert Leishman (see 694), born 26 Jun 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Apr 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Mar 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Robert Doig Leishman and Agnes Dickson Black.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses: Mildred Elizabeth Doig & Clifford Morrin Leishman.

+   536   ii        Mildred Elizabeth5 Doig, born 25 Sep 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 8 Jul 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Aug 1996 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She married Ernest Edward Rose.

+   537   iii       Anna Bella Scott5 Doig, born 18 Jun 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Robert Thomson.

+   538   iv       John Wilbur5 Doig, born 1 Nov 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Sep 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 26 Jul 1994 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Anne Marie Albertine Beatrice (Betty) Gervais; (2) Gertrude Elliott.

     539   v        Robert Stanley5 Doig, born 12 Apr 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 15 Jan 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Apr 1975 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 11 Oct 1941 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Eileen Isabella Janet Boa, born 15 Sep 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Sep 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Andrew Archibald Boa and Agnes Doig.   Notes: Stanley lived in Port Royal.

     540   vi       Howard Lawrence5 Doig, born 29 Oct 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Nov 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Aug 1942 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; buried in Brookwood Cemetery, Winchester, Hampshire, England.   Notes: Howard served in the 6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars, R.C.A.C. during WWII.

 

 

186. Mary Jane Smith4 Doig (John3, Paul2, John1), born 31 Oct 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Oct 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 8 May 1957 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 19 Jun 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Thomas Henry Hume, born 8 Aug 1863 in Quebec, Canada; died 18 Dec 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Hume and Margaret Pollock.

 

Notes for Mary Jane Smith Doig

     In 1901 Mary lived with her parents.

 

     Children of Mary Jane Smith Doig and Thomas Henry Hume were as follows:

     541   i         Isabella Margaret5 Hume, born 31 Oct 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Sep 1906 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Jul 1999 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Randolph George Wighland Rogers, born 15 Jun 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 29 Aug 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Oct 1972 in Murrayville, BC, Canada, son of Samuel Thomas Rogers and Lucinda Woods.

     542   ii        William Ross5 Hume, born 2 May 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 30 Jun 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Jul 1986 in Langley, BC, Canada.

+   543   iii       John Lloyd5 Hume, born 9 Apr 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 1 Jun 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Jun 1987 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Rodeen Catherine Hadley.

 

 

188. Paul4 Doig (Andrew3, Paul2, John1), born 8 Sep 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 31 Oct 1933 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Torbolton / MacLaren Cemetery, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 8 Jul 1902 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada Ann (Annie) McOuat (see 271), born 11 Jul 1872 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Apr 1952 in Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Torbolton / MacLaren Cemetery, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of John McOuat and Ann (Annie) Robertson.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

     Paul and wife Ann McOuat were 2nd cousins.

    

     In 1901 Paul lived in Saint-Canut, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec with his brothers Willie and James and sister Mary. In 1911 Paul farmed in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada with his wife Annie, son William Irwin, and a domestic servant. In 1921 he farmed in Torbolton with Annie and son Irwin.

 

Notes for Ann (Annie) McOuat

     Ann's grandmother was Margaret Doig (1802-1883).

 

     Children of Paul Doig and Ann (Annie) McOuat were as follows:

+   544   i         William Irwin5 Doig, born 22 Feb 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Apr 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1985 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He married Orma Phyllis Armstrong.

 

 

190. William Alexander4 Doig (Andrew3, Paul2, John1), born 13 May 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Aug 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Apr 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 4 Jun 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Jessie May Nicoll (see 361), born 24 Nov 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 27 Nov 1885 in Lachute Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Jun 1968 in St. Albans, Franklin Co., VT; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Nicoll and Mary Robertson.

 

Notes for William Alexander Doig

     In 1911 William was a carpenter in Lachute with his wife Jessie, son Howard, mother-in-law Mary Nicoll and sister-in-law Mary Nicol. In 1921 he was a carpenter there with wife Jessie and sons Howard and Allen; they lived next door to Jessie's sister Mary Canning and her husband Robert and son Lloyd.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mrs. Thos. McQuat and and John Anderson Nicoll.

 

Notes for Jessie May Nicoll

     Jessie's christening record states she was born on 24 Nov 1884 and christened on 27 Nov 1885.

    

     In the 1901 Jessie lived with her parents.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mrs. Thos. McQuat and and John Anderson Nicoll.

 

     Children of William Alexander Doig and Jessie May Nicoll were as follows:

+   545   i         Rev. Howard Andrew5 Doig, born 10 Apr 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 28 Jul 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 13 May 1992 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; buried in York Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  He married Annie Hambly Kelly.

+   546   ii        Allan Nicoll5 Doig, born 30 Jul 1915 in Canada; died 23 Jun 1971 in St. Albans, Franklin Co., VT.  He married Mary Ann (Molly) Ogilvie.

 

 

192. James Muir (Jim)4 Doig (Andrew3, Paul2, John1), born 15 Sep 1882 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 May 1964 in St. Andrews East, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 28 May 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Mary Burgin (Minnie) Boa (see 507), born 25 Oct 1894 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 Nov 1918 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA, daughter of Thomas Buchanan Boa and Emily Ann Burgin.

 

Notes for James Muir (Jim) Doig

     James and Mary moved to Caspar, California where he worked for the Caspar Timber Company.  After Mary died, James returned in 1920 to live in St. Andrews East, Quebec. He did not remarry. The children were raised by his sister Mary Jane.

 

     Children of James Muir (Jim) Doig and Mary Burgin (Minnie) Boa were as follows:

+   547   i         Margaret Ruth5 Doig, born 10 Aug 1913 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA; died 22 May 2008 in Glebe Center, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) Joseph (Joe) Bell; (2) David Frater Bell.

+   548   ii        Paul Boa5 Doig, born 1 Feb 1915 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA; died 23 Feb 2010 in Argenteuil Hospital, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Thelma Joyce Rayson.

+   549   iii       Phyliss Emily5 Doig, born 10 Nov 1916 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA; died 13 Aug 2008 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married Arnold Walker Boyd.

 

 

194. William Henry4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 2 Jan 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Jun 1887 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Aug 1969 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married on 20 May 1913 Elizabeth Clarke, born 26 Sep 1887 in Galashields, Scotland; died 6 Feb 1984 in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

Notes for William Henry Doig

     In 1816 Henry farmed at Milton, Kindersley, Sask. with his wife Elizabeth and son Douglas.

 

     Children of William Henry Doig and Elizabeth Clarke were as follows:

+   550   i         George Douglas5 Doig, born 20 Feb 1915 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 17 Jul 1969 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada.  He married Edna Joyce Brooks.

+   551   ii        Gertrude Ann Elizabeth5 Doig, born 9 Jan 1917 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Arthur S. Boxer.

+   552   iii       Ellen Padkin5 Doig, born 9 Jan 1917 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Donald Stevens.

 

 

195. Mary Jane Barron4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 8 Sep 1889 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 14 Feb 1890 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Apr 1978 in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married on 9 Apr 1912 in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada Morley John Yeomans, born 7 Jan 1886 in Napinka, Manitoba, Canada; died 10 Dec 1966 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

     Children of Mary Jane Barron Doig and Morley John Yeomans were as follows:

+   553   i         William Stuart5 Yeomans, born 2 Nov 1913 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Hughes.

     554   ii        Eric Russel5 Yeomans, born 21 Jul 1917 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 2 Jul 1920 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada.

+   555   iii       Reginald Doig5 Yeomans, born 27 Jan 1920 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 14 Feb 1995 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Hope Pennington.

+   556   iv       Anna Mae5 Yeomans, born 29 Jul 1925 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Milton Bors.

+   557   v        John Allan5 Yeomans, born 29 Oct 1926 in Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Kay Krytor.

 

 

196. Margaret Grace4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 10 Jun 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Oct 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 May 1952 in Vancouver, Bc, Canada.  She married James Roberts, born 7 Apr 1868 in Lamark, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Mar 1924.

 

     Children of Margaret Grace Doig and James Roberts were as follows:

+   558   i         Anna Grace5 Roberts, born 12 Sep 1915; died 15 Jun 1968.  She married George Kennsley Thornton.

     559   ii        James5 Roberts Jr., born 12 Mar 1917 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 2 Mar 1933 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.

+   560   iii       Thelma5 Roberts, born 15 May 1920.  She married (1) Lloyd Proud; (2) Lorne Crieghton.

+   561   iv       Ken5 Roberts, born 23 Nov 1921 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 1986 in Flaxcombe, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Alma Weisbrod.

 

 

197. Janet Ellen (Helen)4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 24 May 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 10 Oct 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Apr 1974 in Lloyminster, Alberta, Canada.  She married on 23 Aug 1917 Harold Steven, born 5 Sep 1891 in Kenton, Manitoba, Canada; died 24 Jul 1978 in Lloyminster, Alberta, Canada, son of Hugh Steven and Eliza (---).

 

Notes for Janet Ellen (Helen) Doig

     Witnesses to Janet's christening were John Boa and Janet R. McClure.

 

     Children of Janet Ellen (Helen) Doig and Harold Steven were as follows:

     562   i         Annie Elizabeth5 Steven, born 31 Dec 1919 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 19 Jan 1933 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

+   563   ii        Francis5 Steven, born 28 Dec 1920 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 13 Jul 1983 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  She married Arnold Robert John Dickie.

     564   iii       Ross Hugh5 Steven, born 14 Apr 1923 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 6 May 1991 in Grand Forks, BC, Canada.  He married on 23 Aug 1957 Alice Rebecca McDonnell, born 6 Aug 1913 in Streams Town, Canada; died 29 Apr 1994 in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada.

+   565   iv       Wilda Margaret5 Steven, born 6 Sep 1926 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 9 Jun 1985 in Lamont, Alberta, Canada.  She married Duncan Clifford Dickie.

+   566   v        Eunice Ellen5 Steven, born 12 Feb 1929 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Orval Archie Radcliffe.

 

 

198. Robert Edwin (Edward)4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 2 Feb 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Dec 1979 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married on 8 Jan 1931 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada Winnifred Jean Brooks, born 19 Jun 1908 in Blue Vale, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of William John Brooks and Jane Gray.

 

Notes for Robert Edwin (Edward) Doig

     Witness to Robert's christening was Jennie E. Nicoll.

 

     Children of Robert Edwin (Edward) Doig and Winnifred Jean Brooks were as follows:

+   567   i         William Robert Paul (Bob)5 Doig, born 24 Jul 1937 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Betty Ann Maridee Uhrich.

+   568   ii        Edwin Donald5 Doig, born 12 Oct 1938 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 23 Jul 2010 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  He married Loretta Dorothy Stahl.

 

 

199. Walter Thomas (Ralph)4 Doig (Paul Boa3, Paul2, John1), born 8 Jul 1899 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 25 Jan 1900 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Aug 1973 in 1050 Lomas Street, Duncan, BC, Canada; buried 22 Aug 1973 in Royal Oak Burial Park, Saanich, BC, Canada.  He married (1) Winifred Ballantyne, born Oct 1906/06 in Crawcrook (Gateshead), Durham, England; died 6 May 1933 in Alsask, Saskatchewan, Canada; buried 8 May 1933 in Loverna, Saskatchewan, Canada, daughter of Joseph Clark Ballantyne and Jane Stobart; (2) Hazel Irene Campbell, born 1 Jul 1917 in Dodsland, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

Notes for Walter Thomas (Ralph) Doig

     Mannifest from U.S. Dept. of Labor and Immigration for Ralph Doig (age 24) who entered the U.S. on Aug. 6, 1924 at Port Huron Mich.  He was heading to the residence of George McDonald, 715 Henderson Street, Flint, Michigan.

 

Walter was an elevator agent and grain dealer. He retired in 1964 at Duncan, BC.

 

Notes for Winifred Ballantyne

     Winifred Ballantyne, age 22, born in Newton-on-Tyne, England, sailed on the ship "Montroyal" and arrived at Quebec on 4 May 1929. If Ralph was still in Quebec they may have met there and married shortly afterwards. 

    

     Note: There is a problem with the death of Winnifred being before the birth of her daughter Phyllis. Daughter's birth year emended from 1933 to 1932.

 

     Children of Walter Thomas (Ralph) Doig and Winifred Ballantyne were as follows:

+   569   i         Doreen5 Doig, born 12 Dec 1930 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married (1) unknown; (2) James Beek; (3) Alex Sperberg.

+   570   ii        Phyllis5 Doig, born 28 Jun 1932 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 3 Mar 1988 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  She married John Wilson George Stewart.

 

     Children of Walter Thomas (Ralph) Doig and Hazel Irene Campbell were as follows:

+   571   i         Duane5 Doig, born 14 Dec 1941 in Dodsland, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Audrey Robinson.

+   572   ii        Sharon5 Doig, born 11 Apr 1944 in Dodsland, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married Anthony Hewett.

 

 

201. Mary Jane4 Murray (John M.3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 4 Jul 1858 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 1929 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  She married on 24 Nov 1875 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI Joshua Clarkson (Clark) Evans, born 16 Sep 1844 in Oneida Co., NY; died 19 Jan 1923 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI, son of Robert Risley Evans and Sally Lolly Farnum.

 

Notes for Joshua Clarkson (Clark) Evans

     In 1880 Clarkson farmed in North Shade, Gratiot Co., MI with wife mary and 3 daughters. In 1900 Clark was a day laborer in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI with Mary and son John.

 

     Children of Mary Jane Murray and Joshua Clarkson (Clark) Evans were as follows:

     573   i         Clarkson5 Evans, born 31 Aug 1876 in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI; died Infant in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI.

     574   ii        Lillian M. (Lillie)5 Evans, born 1876/77 in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI.  She married on 25 Feb 1902 in Mason, Ingham Co., MI Harry A. Summers, born 1875/76 in MI, son of B. Summers and Lucy J. Murdoch.

     575   iii       Millie M.5 Evans, born 1877/78 in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI.

     576   iv       Carrie B.5 Evans, born 8 Dec 1879 in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI; died 19 Jul 1911 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.   Notes: Carrie did not marry.

     577   v        Nellie M.5 Evans, born 12 Mar 1884 in North Shade, Gratiot, Co., MI; died 1 Feb 1959 in Orange Co., CA.  She married on 5 Mar 1902 in Muskegon, Ionia Co., MI Andrew John Haberstumpf Jr., born 11 Jul 1876 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH; died 11 Nov 1952 in Orange Co., CA, son of Andrew Haberstumpf and Magdalena Weickman.

     578   vi       John5 Evans, born Dec 1887 in MI.

 

 

205. Helen (Nellie)4 Murray (John M.3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 3 Jan 1870 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 21 Apr 1957 in Belding, Ionia Co., MI.  She married on 9 Oct 1894 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI Charles Gott Bailey, born 11 Dec 1866 in Portland, Ionia Co., MI; died 20 Sep 1961 in Belding, Ionia Co., MI.

 

Notes for Charles Gott Bailey

     In 1940 Charles was a printer in a publishing  office on M-44 Trunk Line, Belding, Iona Co., MI with wife Helen, son Edward, and brother-in-law William Murray.

 

     Children of Helen (Nellie) Murray and Charles Gott Bailey were as follows:

     579   i         Dana A.5 Bailey, born 22 Aug 1895 in Lansing, Ingham Co., MI; died 18 Apr 1984 in Wadsworth, Medina Co., OH.

     580   ii        Clara5 Bailey, born 11 Dec 1898 in Manistee, Manistee Co., MI; died 30 Sep 1967 in Wadsworth, Medina Co., OH.

     581   iii       Clarence Charles5 Bailey, born 11 Dec 1898 in Manistee, Manistee Co., MI; died 30 Sep 1967 in Wadsworth, Medina Co., OH.

     582   iv       Donald William5 Bailey, born 25 Dec 1900 in Manistee, Manistee Co., MI; died 22 Mar 1997 in Sault Sainte Marie, Chippewa Co., MI.

     583   v        Frederick Eugene5 Bailey, born 27 Jul 1902 in Manistee, Manistee Co., MI; died 2 Jun 1983 in Greenville, Montcalm Co., MI.

     584   vi       Bertrand5 Bailey, born 25 Mar 1905 in Manistee, Manistee Co., MI; died 12 Nov 1986 in Coachella, Riverside Co., CA.

     585   vii      Edward Arthur5 Bailey, born 23 Apr 1909 in Ludington, Mason Co., MI; died 15 Sep 1988 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.

 

 

207. John Low4 Catton (Helen (Ellen)3 Murray, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 27 Feb 1857 in Chatham, Quebec, Canada; died 8 Dec 1927 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV.  He married in 1887/88 Mary Eleanor (Ella) Stoke, born 12 Feb 1864 in IL; died 26 Jul 1907 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV, daughter of Ellen W. (---).

 

Notes for John Low Catton

     John came to the US in 1879. In 1900 he was a wagonmaker on 6th Street, Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV with wife Mary, children Ellen and George and mother-in-law Ellen W. Stoke.

    

     Obituary - Reno Evening Gazette, Friday, December 9, 1927

Old Carson Man is Dead

John Catton, a resident of Carson for forty-eight years, died at the home of his daughter there this morning. He was seventy years old and a native of Quebec. Mr. Catton was a blacksmith and millwright and was well known at the capital. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Carson and also of the Woodmen of the World. Besides his daughter he leaves four sisters and two brothers in Canada and one brother, William Catton, of Carson.

 

     Children of John Low Catton and Mary Eleanor (Ella) Stoke were as follows:

+   586   i         Ellen Lu Winifred5 Catton, born 10 Sep 1888 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV; died 1 Feb 1959 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV.  She married Burd Grant Lindsay.

     587   ii        George James5 Catton, born 25 Aug 1898 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV; died 26 Jul 1925 in Carson City, Ormsby Co., NV.

 

 

214. Helen Brown4 Catton (Helen (Ellen)3 Murray, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 8 Apr 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Jun 1939 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.  She married on 5 Jun 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Franklin Harry Stanley, born 15 Jun 1878 in Mersyside, Cheshire, England; died 3 Feb 1965 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, son of John W. Stanley and Ellen McFall.

 

     Children of Helen Brown Catton and Franklin Harry Stanley were as follows:

     588   i         Annie (Edith)5 Stanley, born 24 Jan 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Jan 2009 in Hackettstown, Warren Co., NJ.

     589   ii        Doris Murray5 Stanley, born 21 Apr 1911 in Outramont, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Mar 2001 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.  She married John Leonard (Len) Phillips, born 1 Sep 1906 in PEI, Canada; died 17 Mar 1996 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, son of Albert James Phillips and Mary Ashton Dryment.   Notes: Doris and John had 6 children.

 

 

217. Sarah J.4 Murray (Paul3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 18 Jan 1861 in Montcalm Co., Mi; died 24 Jun 1912 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI.  She married in 1886/87 in MI Arthur L. Bemis, born 20 Mar 1858 in Lorain Co., OH; died 5 Aug 1912 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI, son of Marquis Bemis and Helen C. (Ellen) Gun.

 

Notes for Sarah J. Murray

     Sarah taught school at Carson City.

 

Notes for Arthur L. Bemis

     In 1900 Arthur was a publisher in Carson Ciy, Montcalm Co., MI with wife Sarah and children Bata and Kris. In 1910 they lived on Shoman Street, Bloomer, Montcalm Co.

 

     Children of Sarah J. Murray and Arthur L. Bemis were as follows:

+   590   i         Bata Murray5 Bemis, born 18 Jan 1889 in Castelton, Barry Co., MI; died 11 Dec 1952 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married (1) Frederick John Weersing; (2) Mr. Phillippe.

+   591   ii        Kris Paul5 Bemis, born 17 Jul 1892 in Carson City, Montcalm Co., MI; died 2 Mar 1974 in Washington DC.  He married Hazel Edna Warren.

 

 

220. Paul4 Murray Jr. (Paul3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 27 Oct 1866 in Montcalm Co., MI; died 11 Mar 1929 in Otsigo, Allegan Co., MI.  He married on 6 Jan 1902 in Hubbardston, Iona Co., MI Ellen (Nellie) Harden, born 14 Oct 1868 in Iona Co., MI; died 17 Sep 1930 in Otsigo, Allegan Co., MI, daughter of John Harden and Bridget McGuire.

 

Notes for Paul Murray Jr.

     In 1910 Paul was a hotel keeper on Allegan Street, Otsego, Allegan Co. MI with wife Nellie, son Paul with servants and boarders. In 1920 he farmed in Ross, Kalamazoo Co., MI with son Paul; Nellie lived alone at 230 E. Allegan Street, Otsego.

 

     Children of Paul Murray Jr. and Ellen (Nellie) Harden were as follows:

+   592   i         Paul Hardin5 Murray, born 15 Dec 1896 in Middleton, Gratiot Co., MI; died 22 Jun 1968 in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co., MI.  He married Genevieve Mary Grace.

 

 

224. Jean4 Murray (Alexander3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 6 Dec 1860 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 11 Mar 1861 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Aug 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 9 Nov 1881 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada John Smith, born 9 Dec 1849 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Nov 1928 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of John Smith and Catherine Leslie Crawford Buchan.

 

     Children of Jean Murray and John Smith were as follows:

     593   i         John Guy5 Smith, born 31 Oct 1882 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Oct 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   594   ii        Alexander Murray5 Smith, born 2 Nov 1884 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Sep 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Elizabeth Walker Goodfellow.

+   595   iii       Elizabeth Drew5 Smith, born 28 Aug 1888 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Oct 1982 in Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married James Kerr.

+   596   iv       Catherine Leslie Crawford Buchan5 Smith, born 8 Aug 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 May 1975 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) Alexander (Sandy) Lyster; (2) Robert William French (Willie) Boa.

 

 

227. William4 Murray (Alexander3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 6 May 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 16 Jan 1867 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 May 1950 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 7 Dec 1893 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Annie Dudderidge McOuat, born 15 Feb 1869 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Nov 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William McOuat and Mary Dudderidge.

 

     Children of William Murray and Annie Dudderidge McOuat were as follows:

+   597   i         Dr. William Alexander5 Murray, born 27 Dec 1898 in Brownsburg, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Dec 1964 in Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Inez Waldron Giles.

     598   ii        Elizabeth Dudderidge5 Murray, born 24 Aug 1908 in Brownsburg, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jan 1945 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

233. Mary4 Murray (Robert3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 29 Nov 1875 in Howick, Ontario, Canada; died 29 Apr 1959 in Tigaske, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married on 20 Jul 1910 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada James Fisher Cooper, born 20 Feb 1873 in Kippen, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 21 Nov 1963 in Tigaske, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of John Cooper and Elizabeth Fuss.

 

Notes for James Fisher Cooper

     In 1916 James famred in Swift Current, Saskatchewan with wife Mary and sons John and Robert.

 

     Children of Mary Murray and James Fisher Cooper were as follows:

+   599   i         John Murray5 Cooper, born 12 Dec 1911 in Tugaske, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 10 Mar 1996 in Tigaske, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Evelyn May Carey.

+   600   ii        Robert Henry5 Cooper, born 3 Sep 1914 in Tugaske, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 22 Sep 2005 in Kelowna, BC, Canada.  He married Anna Meier.

     601   iii       Annie Isobel5 Cooper, born 23 Sep 1918 in Tugaske, Saskatchewan, Canada; died 2 Oct 2010 in Central Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married on 23 Jul 1960 Ernest Robert Dodds, born 17 Apr 1898 in Russia, Polk Co., MN; died 24 Apr 1974 in Tugaske, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of Alexander R. Dodds and Jane Ritchie.

 

 

235. William4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 15 Oct 1866 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 17 Feb 1954 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 5 Aug 1891 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada Hannah Helen (Harriet Ellen) Stewart, born Apr 1869 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 1946 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Peter Stewart and Margaret Matilda (---).

 

Notes for William Murray

     In 1911 William was in real estate in New Westminster, New Westminster, BC with wife Harriet, son Colin, and sister-in-law Annie Stewart.

 

     Children of William Murray and Hannah Helen (Harriet Ellen) Stewart were as follows:

     602   i         Colin Stewart5 Murray, born 16 Oct 1894 in Pinkerton, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Jun 1917 in Aix-Noulette, France.

 

 

236. Catherine (Kate, Katty)4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 17 Jun 1868 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Mar 1936 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada.  She married James Anderson Stewart, born 27 Aug 1862 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Sep 1935 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada.

 

     Children of Catherine (Kate, Katty) Murray and James Anderson Stewart were as follows:

     603   i         Warren Murray5 Stewart, born 19 Apr 1900 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada; died 10 Apr 1988 in Richmond, BC, Canada.  He married on 14 Nov 1934 in Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada Rosetta Mae Hunter, born 10 Nov 1902 in Clan William, Manitoba, Canada; died 20 Oct 1960 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.

     604   ii        Mary5 Stewart, born 26 Dec 1903 in Rosedale, Manitoba, Canada.

 

 

237. Alexander4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 5 Feb 1870 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Feb 1947 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married (1) in 1894/95 in Ontario, Canada Mary Emily (Emma) O'Neil, born 16 Oct 1871 in Wellington, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Apr 1901 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI, daughter of Samuel O'Neil and Clara Ann Cargill; (2) on 16 Jan 1902 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL Alma Marie (Amanda) Swanson, born Mar 1871 in Stockholm, Sweden; died 24 Apr 1946 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

 

Notes for Alexander Murray

     Alexander entered the US in 1899. In 1900 he day laborer for the railroad at Ludington Street, Enscaba, Delta Co., MI with wife Mary and 3 children. In 1910 he was a street car conductor at 3354 Charlton Street,Chicago, Cook Co., IL with his second wife Amanda (38 Sweden) and 5 children. In 1920, 1930, and 1940 the family lived at 3321 S. Hamilton Avenue, Chicago.

 

Notes for Mary Emily (Emma) O'Neil

     Mary died after the birth of her premature daugher who also died. Their bodies were sent back to Deacon Lake, Ontario for burial.

 

Notes for Alma Marie (Amanda) Swanson

     Alma departed Göteborg, Sweden for the US on the ship Cameo on 25 Aug 1893. In 1900 she was a servant in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

 

     Children of Alexander Murray and Mary Emily (Emma) O'Neil were as follows:

     605   i         James Tengson5 Murray, born 6 Jan 1896 in Algoma, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: James became a naturalized US citizen. He registered for the Draft in WWI in Cochise Co., AZ; he was unmarried miner and descibed as tall, medium build, brown eyes, and light hair with no distinguishing features.

     606   ii        Florence A.5 Murray, born Jun 1897 in Canada.

     607   iii       William Neil5 Murray, born 16 Apr 1899 in MI; died 6 Jun 1990 in Orange Co., CA.

     608   iv       Girl5 Murray, born 9 Apr 1901 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI; died 9 Apr 1901 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI.

 

     Children of Alexander Murray and Alma Marie (Amanda) Swanson were as follows:

     609   i         Douglas Alex5 Murray, born 9 May 1903 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 16 May 1959 in Taylor Co., WV.

     610   ii        Lester S. (Leslie)5 Murray, born 1905/06 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married Catherine Gallagher, born 31 Mar 1910 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL, daughter of James Gallagher and Della (Mary) Healy.   Notes: In 1940 Leslie was a handyman at a chemical factory at 5924 S. Kildare Avenue, Chicago with wife Catherine and mother-in-law Mary Gallagher.

     611   iii       Gladis C. (Gladys)5 Murray, born 25 Nov 1908 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 12 May 1986 in Broadway Nursing Home.

     612   iv       Robert F.5 Murray, born 28 Oct 1910 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 26 Feb 1993 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

     613   v        Colin Elmer5 Murray, born 18 Mar 1913 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 2 Nov 1972 in Covina, Los Angeles Co., CA.   Notes: Colin was a Tec 4 in the US Army during WWII.

 

 

238. Colin4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 9 Mar 1872 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 12 Feb 1949 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  He married on 24 Jun 1896 in Vancouver, BC, Canada Laura Annie Combs, born 26 May 1878 in London, England; died 1 Jan 1967 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, daughter of John Combs and Mary (---).

 

Notes for Colin Murray

     In 1901 Colin was a blacksmith in Vancouver, BC with wife Laura and daughter Mary. In 1921 he was a blacksmith at 601 12th Ave West, Vancouver with Laura and children Alfreda, Neil, and Margaret.

 

Notes for Laura Annie Combs

     Laura came to Canada in 1887.

 

     Children of Colin Murray and Laura Annie Combs were as follows:

     614   i         Mary Alfreda5 Murray, born 21 Nov 1898 in Vancouver, BC, Canada; died 24 May 1977 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.  She married on 5 Dec 1931 in Vancouver, BC, Canada Robert Henkle or Scanlon, born 9 Jun 1888 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; died 21 Nov 1958 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, son of Adolph William Henkle and Sarah W. Plummer.

     615   ii        Neil Gordon5 Murray, born 1905/06 in BC, Canada; died 7 Apr 1989 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

     616   iii       Margaret Audrey5 Murray, born 1914/15 in BC, Canada.

 

 

239. Jane (Jenny)4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 12 Mar 1874 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1941 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 26 Dec 1894 in Bruce, Ontario, Canada Thomas Cumming, born 31 May 1870 in South Dumfries, Brant, Ontario, Canada; died 1956 in Huron, Ontario, Canada, son of Hance Cummings and Elizabeth Cochrane.

 

Notes for Thomas Cumming

     In1901 Thomas farmed in Grey, Huron, Ontario with wife Jane, children Mary, Canse, and Elizabeth, and sister-in-law Christina Murray.

 

     Children of Jane (Jenny) Murray and Thomas Cumming were as follows:

     617   i         Mary Ethel5 Cumming, born 27 Sep 1896 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1968.  She married Frederick Emmerson Colquhoun, born 7 Oct 1895 in Hibbert, Perth, Ontario, Canada, son of William Colquhoun and Mary Ann Strachan.

     618   ii        William Hance5 Cumming, born 6 Jul 1898 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Dec 1910 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada.

     619   iii       Elizabeth Maud5 Cumming, born 24 Dec 1899 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 8 Jun 1984 in Orangeville, Peel, Ontario, Canada.  She married Harry Crick, born 1907 in England.

     620   iv       Jean Olive5 Cumming, born 16 Oct 1902 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 19 Oct 1988 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.  She married on 8 Dec 1927 in Neepewa, Manitoba, Canada Robert Clark Chisholm, born 6 Apr 1896 in Langford, Manitoba, Canada; died 14 Feb 1976 in Neepewa, Manitoba, Canada.

     621   v        Earl5 Cumming, born 8 Oct 1904 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Nov 1995 in West Branch, Ogemaw Co., MI.  He married on 1 Jun 1932 in Flint, Genesee Co., MI Mary Elizabeth Ziegel, born 8 Jun 1908 in Flint, Genesee Co., MI, daughter of William F. Ziegel and Anna Daniels.   Notes: Earl became a naturalized US citizen. In 1940 he lived in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with wife Mary.

     622   vi       Eva Gladys5 Cumming, born 17 Dec 1906 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 27 Jun 2001 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 3 Aug 1940 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Thomas Ernest Dunn, born abt 1905 in Ontario, Canada.

+   623   vii      William Archibald (Archie)5 Cumming, born 29 May 1912 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 2001 in Perth, Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary I. Karges.

     624   viii     Thomas Bell5 Cumming, born 24 May 1914 in Molesworth, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 1964 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

240. Mary Ellen4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 20 May 1876 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1949 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 14 Jun 1899 in Bruce, Ontario, Canada James Andrews, born 4 Oct 1868 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 1 Jul 1943 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada, son of Charles Andrews and Nancy Craig.

 

Notes for James Andrews

     In 1911 James farmed in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario with wife Mary, son Robert, and nephew William F. Murray.

 

     Children of Mary Ellen Murray and James Andrews were as follows:

+   625   i         Robert Charles5 Andrews, born 25 Jun 1907 in Pinkerton, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Oct 1952 in Malton, Peel, Ontario, Canada.  He married Amy Augusta Keyes.

 

 

242. Christina4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 27 Mar 1881 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1962 in Perth, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 14 Oct 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Harvey Cameron Elliott, born 21 Dec 1881 in Canada; died 12 Oct 1910 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada, son of Thomas Elliott and Janet Robertson.

 

     Children of Christina Murray and Harvey Cameron Elliott were as follows:

     626   i         Grace Ellen5 Elliott, born 18 Dec 1904 in Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Jun 1998 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 14 May 1926 in Perth, Ontario, Canada Franklin Wallace Kemp, born 26 Apr 1897 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada; died 1984 in Listowel, Perth, Ontario, Canada, son of Robert Totten Kemp and Emma Jane Augusta Long.

 

 

244. Ann (Annie)4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 29 Jan 1886 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Oct 1972 in San Rafael, Marin Co., CA.  She married Edward Lee Mullin, born 7 May 1898 in Berlin, Green Lake Co., WI; died 23 Mar 1971 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Charles Mullin and Myrtle (---).

 

     Children of Ann (Annie) Murray and Edward Lee Mullin were as follows:

     627   i         Kathleen Louise5 Mullin, born 14 Jan 1925 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 1 Dec 1969 in San Rafael, Marin Co., CA.  She married on 5 Jul 1958 in Los Angeles Co., CA Albert Clarence Vorhies, born 30 Jun 1923 in Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS; died 16 Oct 1990 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA, son of Clarence Albert Vorhies and Lola Bernadette Kearns.

 

 

245. Janet Abigail (Jessie)4 Murray (James (Jim)3, Jean (Jane)2 Doig, John1), born 8 May 1889 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Aug 1971 in Paisley, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) on 26 Apr 1916 in Walkerton, Bruce, Ontario, Canada James Alexander McRae, born 13 Jan 1894 in Amabel, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 1941 in Amabel, Bruce, Ontario, Canada, son of Alexander McRae and Elizabeth McLelland; (2) in 1946 James Edgar Wilson, born 28 Aug 1891 in Greenock, Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died 24 Oct 1988 in Walkerton, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.

 

     Children of Janet Abigail (Jessie) Murray and James Alexander McRae were as follows:

     628   i         Gladys5 McRae, born Jun 1920 in Bruce, Ontario, Canada; died Sep 1983.

 

 

254. James Robertson4 Shaw (Margaret3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 25 Jul 1854 in Châteauguay, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Nov 1925 in Kinburn, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 14 Jul 1886 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada Helen Macara Baird, born 1 Jun 1864 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 23 Mar 1908 in Fitzroy, Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Baird and Judith Pritchard.

 

     Children of James Robertson Shaw and Helen Macara Baird were as follows:

+   629   i         Abigail Maud (Abbie)5 Shaw, born 26 Dec 1887 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Nov 1963 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She married William Rufus Hetherington.

     630   ii        John James5 Shaw, born 5 Nov 1892 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Feb 1968 in Fitzroy, Ontario, Canada.

     631   iii       Violet Mary5 Shaw, born 26 Aug 1894 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Mar 1965 in Fitzroy, Ontario, Canada.

     632   iv       George Smith5 Shaw, born 16 Sep 1900 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Dec 1918 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

+   633   v        Lila Myrtle5 Shaw, born Sep 1904 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 1998 in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada.  She married David Earl Eastman.

+   634   vi       Earl Clifford5 Shaw, born 9 Jan 1908 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 13 Mar 1996 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  He married Lila Jane Baird.

 

 

258. Mary4 Shaw (Margaret3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 25 Jan 1864 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Oct 1937 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  She married on 14 Mar 1893 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada John Thomas Stevenson, born 26 Mar 1847 in Wakefield, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Aug 1922 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, son of Thomas Stevenson and Ann Pritchard.

 

Notes for John Thomas Stevenson

     In 1901 John was a coal oil dealer in Ottawa, Ontario with wife Mary and 3 children. He left Ontario in 1910. In 1911 he farmed in Moosejaw, Saskatchewan with Mary, 4 children, and brother Joseph A. Stevenson (Nov 1873, Quebec). In 1916 he was a janitor at 335 22nd Street West, Calgary, Alberta with Mary and their 4 children.

 

     Children of Mary Shaw and John Thomas Stevenson were as follows:

+   635   i         George Arthur5 Stevenson, born 6 Jan 1894 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 13 Dec 1955 in Boswell, BC, Canada; buried in Kootenay, BC, Canada.  He married Alma Irene Weatherhead.

     636   ii        Annie Myrtle5 Stevenson, born 30 May 1896 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 8 Feb 1918 in Revelstoke, BC, Canada; buried in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

     637   iii       Lila Victoria5 Stevenson, born 18 Jun 1898 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     638   iv       Marion Ethel5 Stevenson, born 22 May 1905 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1995 in Innisfail, Alberta, Canada.  She married on 15 Dec 1924 in Alberta, Canada Charles William Chaffin, born 22 May 1900 in Gebo, Carbon Co., MT; died 14 Apr 1974 in Innisfail, Alberta, Canada, son of James Newton Chaffin and Isabella (Mattie) White.   Notes: Marion and Charles had 2 daughters.

 

 

259. Margaret Louisa4 Shaw (Margaret3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 30 Dec 1866 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 2 Apr 1954 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 14 Dec 1888 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada Richard Thomas Nesbitt, born 7 Apr 1858 in Fitzroy, Ontario, Canada; died 2 Nov 1930 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada, son of Robert Nesbitt and Jane Humphries.

 

Notes for Richard Thomas Nesbitt

     In 1901 and 1911 Richard farmed in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario with wife Margaret and 5 children.

 

     Children of Margaret Louisa Shaw and Richard Thomas Nesbitt were as follows:

     639   i         Mary L.5 Nesbitt, born 5 Jan 1889 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     640   ii        Margaret Jane (Jennie)5 Nesbitt, born 1 Jan 1891 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1 Jan 1958 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He married Henry (Harry) Grierson, born 1882 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 31 Jul 1949 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Daniel Baird Grierson and Margaret (---).

     641   iii       Victoria A.5 Nesbitt, born 4 Sep 1894 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     642   iv       Henry H.5 Nesbitt, born 21 Oct 1896 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 19 Jan 1983 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     643   v        Robert Austin5 Nesbitt, born 17 Sep 1898 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 19 May 1940 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

     644   vi       Earl Clifford5 Nesbitt, born Jan 1908 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

260. Janet Victoria (Jessie, Jeannet)4 Shaw (Margaret3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 17 Jul 1869 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 10 Apr 1918 in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 19 Sep 1894 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada Hiram Serson, born 25 Jul 1869 in Fitzroy, Ontario, Canada; died 19 Dec 1931 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, son of Richard Serson and Mary Jane Johnson.

 

Notes for Hiram Serson

     In 1901 Hiram was a laborer in Eardley, Wright, Quebec with wife Jeannet and son Hiram. In 1911 he was an engineer in Nipissing, Ontario with Jessie, 3 children, and 2 lodgers. In 1930 Hiram was a steam fitter at an auto factory at 1576 Paige, Warren, Macomb Co., MI with his second wife Mabel (49 Canada) and son Jules (19 Canada).

 

     Children of Janet Victoria (Jessie, Jeannet) Shaw and Hiram Serson were as follows:

     645   i         Hiram John (Harry)5 Serson, born 14 Oct 1896 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died Jan 1965 in Lincoln Park, Wayne Co., MI.  He married on 29 Aug 1933 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Anna Wildfong Valiquett, born 8 Jan 1895 in Nipissing, Ontario, Canada; died 8 Jan 1895 in Lincoln Park, Wayne Co., MI, daughter of Joseph Valiquett and Anna Raun Wildfong.   Notes: In 1940 Henry was a locomotive engineer in an auto factory at 2161 Reo, Lincoln Park, Wayne Co., MI with wife Anna.

     646   ii        Oliver Richard Edwin5 Serson, born 21 Mar 1905 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Jul 1978 in Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI.  He married on 22 Nov 1941 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Elizabeth Poole, born 29 Jan 1909 in KY; died 31 May 1997 in Big Rapids, Mecosta Co., MI, daughter of Elmer Poole and Ethel Hill.

+   647   iii       Clara May5 Serson, born 25 Nov 1906 in Nipissing, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Apr 1986 in Madison Heights, Oakland Co., MI.  She married Andrew Louis Gagnon.

     648   iv       Calvin5 Serson, born 1909 in Quebec, Canada.

     649   v        Jules5 Serson, born 1911 in Ontario, Canada.

     650   vi       Andrew L.5 Serson, born 1912 in Ontario, Canada; died 9 Dec 1930 in Hawaii; buried in Brooklyn, NY.   Notes: Andrew served in the US Army.

 

 

268. John4 McOuat (Ann (Annie)3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 28 Apr 1856 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 12 Mar 1857 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Feb 1945 in Westboro, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 8 Jul 1884 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada Henrietta Elizabeth Penny, born 10 Jun 1863 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 11 Dec 1933 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Henry Penny and Martha Smith.

 

Notes for John McOuat

     In 1901 John MacOuatt farmed in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario with wife Henrietta and 4 children.

 

     Children of John McOuat and Henrietta Elizabeth Penny were as follows:

+   651   i         Gertrude Lorena (Gertie)5 McOuat, born 30 Apr 1886 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Jan 1980 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada.  She married John Albert Baird.

+   652   ii        Ernest K.5 McOuat, born 13 Apr 1888 in Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada; died 6 Nov 1954 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He married Bertha May Switzer.

+   653   iii       Martha Ann (Mattie)5 McOuat, born 28 Nov 1890 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1965 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She married Wellington Garfield Cummings.

     654   iv       Janet Robertson (Jessie)5 McOuat, born 15 Aug 1897 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 22 Jun 1921 in Westboro, Carleton, Ontario, Canada Arthur Bradley Johnson, born 21 Sep 1897 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada, son of Charles R. Johnson and Elizabeth Alice Bradley.

     655   v        Jean Allison5 McOuat, born abt 1902 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

269. James4 McOuat (Ann (Annie)3 Robertson, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 3 Aug 1858 in Torbolton, Carleton, Ontario, Canada; died 1942 in Cottam, Essex, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 18 Oct 1893 Margaret (Maggie) Murray (see 229), born 29 Nov 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 21 Feb 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 6 Aug 1951 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Robert Murray and Jane Robertson.

 

Notes for James McOuat

     In 1921 James farmed in Gosfield North, Essex, Ontario with wife Margaret and daughters Mary and Grace.

 

     Children of James McOuat and Margaret (Maggie) Murray were as follows:

     656   i         Mary5 McOuat, born 12 Apr 1895 in Gosfield North, Essex, Ontario, Canada; died 21 Dec 1987 in Leamington, Essex, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Mary did not marry.

+   657   ii        Grace Violet5 McOuat, born 5 Oct 1902 in Cottam, Essex, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Nov 1987 in Gosfield North, Essex Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married William Beecher Hutchins.

 

 

273. James William4 Robertson (John3, Margaret2 Doig, John1), born 15 Mar 1881 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jan Jean Doig (Jane) Smith (see 386), born 22 Jul 1883 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 25 Mar 1971 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Walter Smith and Janet Nichol.

 

     Children of James William Robertson and Jean Doig (Jane) Smith were as follows:

+   658   i         Christina Alice5 Robertson, born 8 Dec 1907; died 1985.  She married Reginald W. Ferris.

+   659   ii        John James5 Robertson, born 6 Aug 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Feb 1993 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Edna Mary Hadley.

     660   iii       Walter William5 Robertson, born 7 Apr 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Nov 1970 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   661   iv       Edwin Henry5 Robertson, born 20 Mar 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Nov 1957 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Isabel Margaret Scott.

     662   v        George Cecil5 Robertson, born 12 Oct 1914 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 16 Jul 1966 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Mary Lillian Priscilla Johnston, born 4 Feb 1920 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

+   663   vi       Donald Clair5 Robertson, born 5 Jan 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Aug 1985 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Isabel McDonald.

 

 

274. Isabella4 Paul (Elizabeth3 Doig, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 12 Mar 1861 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Feb 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 16 Dec 1885 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Hunter Hume, born 8 Jul 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Sep 1858 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Mar 1945 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Hume and Margaret Pollock.

 

Notes for William Hunter Hume

     In 1891 William farmed in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Canada with wife Isabella and sons Willie and Russell.

 

     Children of Isabella Paul and William Hunter Hume were as follows:

+   664   i         William David (Willie)5 Hume, born 5 Oct 1888 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Jan 1961 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Jennie Pollock Wilson.

     665   ii        Russell5 Hume, born 18 Apr 1890 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Aug 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     666   iii       Annie5 Hume, born 24 Jul 1894 in St. Jérusalem, Argenteuil, Québec, Canada; died 4 Mar 1972 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

276. John4 Paul (Elizabeth3 Doig, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 1 Feb 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 7 Sep 1865 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 19 Apr 1942 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 13 Oct 1886 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Murray Catton (see 211), born 19 Jun 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Aug 1864 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Aug 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 15 Aug 1919 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of George Catton and Helen (Ellen) Murray.

 

Notes for John Paul

     John Paul and Margaret Murray Catton were 2nd cousins.

    

     In 1901 John farmed at St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Margrite and children George and Elizabeth.

 

     Children of John Paul and Margaret Murray Catton were as follows:

+   667   i         George5 Paul, born 14 Jan 1888 in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1974 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Catherine Buchan (Katie) Pollock.

     668   ii        Elizabeth5 Paul, born 3 Dec 1892 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

285. George4 Fraser (Mary3 Doig, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born Sep 1868 in Quebec, Canada; died 1945 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 17 Jun 1891 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Margaret Maria (Maggie) Rooney, born Jun 1871 in Quebec, Canada; died 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Robert Francis Rooney and Sarah Rooney.

 

Notes for George Fraser

     In 1911 George farmed in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Margaret and daughters Mary and Anna.

 

     Children of George Fraser and Margaret Maria (Maggie) Rooney were as follows:

     669   i         Mary Edith5 Fraser, born Jul 1892 in Quebec, Canada; died 1941 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     670   ii        Russell Stewart5 Fraser, born 31 Mar 1894 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1 Feb 1902 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     671   iii       Anna5 Fraser, born Apr 1903 in Quebec, Canada.

 

 

287. William4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 2 Jan 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 29 Jun 1866 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 Apr 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) on 26 Jan 1887 in Grey Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Elizabeth Elliott, born Sep 1866 in Gray, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 14 Jan 1890 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Molesworth Cemetery, Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Elliott and Mary Beck; (2) on 29 Apr 1891 in Wellington, Ontario, Canada Ann Eleanor (Annie) Watts, born 26 Aug 1870 in Otterville, Oxford, Ontario, Canada; died 28 Jan 1960 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Zenas Watts and Eleanor Taylor.

 

Notes for William Doig

     In 1887 William was a watch maker in Lachute. In 1891 he was a widower and jeweler in Howick, Huron Co., Ontario with his sister Lilly M.  In 1901 William was a traveller residing in Howick with his wife Annie L. and children Robert W. G. and Gladys M. In 1916 he was a soldier in Winnipeg, Manitoba with wife Annie and daughters Gladys and Marion.

    

     William appears to have lied about his age to join the military. On his enlistment papers he reported his birth as Jan 3rd 1873. He reported being 11 years in the Argenteuil Rangers as a Lieut. in the 33rd Huron Regiment.

    

     William died of pseudo-bulbar paralysis as a result of injuries inflicted during military service in WWI.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Edward Graham McDonald of Gray and Elizabeth Ellen Wilson of Brussels.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Elliott

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Edward Graham McDonald of Gray and Elizabeth Ellen Wilson of Brussels.

 

Notes for Ann Eleanor (Annie) Watts

     In 1915 Ann lived at 578 Beresford Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

     Children of William Doig and Ann Eleanor (Annie) Watts were as follows:

+   672   i         Robert William Guy5 Doig, born 18 Nov 1894 in Gorrie, Ontario, Canada; died 30 Oct 1974 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Catherine Grace McKenzie.

     673   ii        Gladys May5 Doig, born 26 Oct 1900 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 9 May 1925 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Dr. Henry Thomas (Harry) Pickard, born 30 Mar 1899 in Grey, Ontario, Canada; died 1969, son of Dr. Henry George Pickard and Mary Henrietta (Etta) Edmison.   Notes: Gladys and Henry had a daughter.

+   674   iii       Marion Eleanor5 Doig, born 1906/07 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) Melvin John Burk; (2) J. W. Baker.

 

 

288. Annabelle (Belle)4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 7 Feb 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 19 Nov 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Sep 1897 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA.  She married on 12 Aug 1891 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA Percy H. Ross, born 14 Aug 1872 in Phillips, Franklin Co., ME; died 28 Mar 1921 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., MA, son of Hiram Ross and Nellie E. Dow.

 

Notes for Annabelle (Belle) Doig

     Belle may have had a daugher Marion born about 1896 who died as an infant.

 

Notes for Percy H. Ross

     In 1900 Percy was a dentist lodging on Westford Street, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA with his second wife and daughter Hazel. In 1910 he was a dentist on Main Street, Conway, Carroll Co., NH with his second wife Ella M. (39 NJ) and daughter Hazel.

 

     Children of Annabelle (Belle) Doig and Percy H. Ross were as follows:

     675   i         Gladys B.5 Ross, born 27 Jun 1892 in East Bridgewater, Plymouth  Co., MA; died 1 Jun 1898 in East Bridgewater, Plymouth  Co., MA.   Notes: Marion did not marry.

+   676   ii        Hazel M.5 Ross, born 12 Oct 1894 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 10 Feb 1986 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA.  She married Charles David Burke.

 

 

289. Elizabeth Mary (Lizzie)4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 18 Oct 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Oct 1871 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 1939 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA.  She married on 13 May 1898 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA John P. McCarthy, born Jul 1868 in Ireland; died 1923 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA, son of John McCarthy and Delia Kenney.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Mary (Lizzie) Doig

     In 1930 Elizabeth was a widow at 226 High Street, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA with daughter Lillian.

 

Notes for John P. McCarthy

     In 1900 John was a cotton color wiper at 82 Tilden Street, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA with wife Elizabeth, daughter Eva, and sister Bridget McCarthy (May 1876, Ireland). In 1910 and 1920 he was a cotton mill dyer at 744 Merimmack Street, Lowell with Elizabeth, daughters Eva and Lillian, and a number of boarders.

 

     Children of Elizabeth Mary (Lizzie) Doig and John P. McCarthy were as follows:

+   677   i         Eva Elizabeth5 McCarthy, born 8 Jan 1900 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died Mar 1986 in Modesto, Stanislaus Co., CA.  She married Frederick D. Toy.

+   678   ii        Lillian D.5 McCarthy, born 30 Jul 1906 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 25 May 1990 in Troy, Rensselaer Co., NY.  She married Edwin Arnold Lloyd.

 

 

291. Lillian May4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 16 May 1877 in Quebec, Canada.  She married (1) Not married William Russell, born abt 1871 Of Quebec, Canada; (2) on 8 Apr 1925 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada David Stalker, born 15 Feb 1856 in Quebec, Canada; died 26 Jun 1943 in Lachute, Argenteuil,  Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil,  Quebec, Canada, son of David Stalker and Sarah Ann Black.

 

Notes for Lillian May Doig

     Birth also reported in 1878.

    

     In 1901 Nellie and Lily were dressmakers lodging with Mrs. William Quinn in Lachute. In 1911 Lillian was a dressmaker with her mother Marian residing at Lachute, Argenteuil.

    

     Lillian and David did not have children.

 

Notes for David Stalker

     David was previously married to Maria Graham (1859-1921) with 4 children.

 

     Children of Lillian May Doig and William Russell were as follows:

     679   i         William Russell5 Doig, born 13 Nov 1896 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; christened 9 Dec 1896 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 17 Jul 1897 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Father not named on birth record, but presumed from name.

 

 

292. Jessie4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 6 Jan 1881 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 8 Apr 1916 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 17 Jun 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada William Alexander Knox, born 1864/65 in Quebec, Canada; died 6 Mar 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Robert Knox and Mary Nicholson.

 

Notes for Jessie Doig

     Jessie was a twin with Eve.

 

Notes for William Alexander Knox

     In 1911 William was a contractor in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Jessie, daughter Marion, and a lodger. In 1921 Wm A. (57 Ireland) farmed in Chatham with daughter Marion.

 

     Children of Jessie Doig and William Alexander Knox were as follows:

+   680   i         Marion Ellen5 Knox, born 1 Mar 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 16 Nov 1985 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil,  Quebec, Canada.  She married Kenneth Duncan MacDougall.

     681   ii        Grace Eva5 Knox, born 15 Jun 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 9 Dec 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried 11 Dec 1911 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

 

 

294. Ellen Myrtle Grace (Nellie)4 Doig (Robert3, Isabella2 Doig, John1), born 6 Jan 1885 in Quebec, Canada; died 3 Dec 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 5 Dec 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Alexander Charles Bradford, born 1 May 1877 in Quebec, Canada; died 27 Oct 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of Ellison Bradford and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for Ellen Myrtle Grace (Nellie) Doig

     Birth also reported as 4 Jan 1888.

    

     In 1901 Nellie and Lily were dressmakers lodging with Mrs. William Quinn in Lachute.

 

Notes for Alexander Charles Bradford

     In 1911 Alexander was a general merchant in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec with wife Nellie and daughter Lillie.

 

     Children of Ellen Myrtle Grace (Nellie) Doig and Alexander Charles Bradford were as follows:

+   682   i         Lillian May (Lillie, Lily)5 Bradford, born 9 Sep 1902 in Quebec, Canada; died 24 Apr 1933 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Argenteuil,  Quebec, Canada.  She married Lloyd Whitney Lamb.

 

 

295. James4 Leishman (James3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 24 May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 5 Jun 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Apr 1937 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 15 Jun 1898 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Catherine Ellenor Morrin, born 12 Jun 1875 in Quebec, Canada; died 17 Sep 1940 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Morrin and Mary Jane Gordon.

 

Notes for James Leishman

     Witnesses to James' christening were Helen D. Henry and Helen Henry.

    

     In 1901 James farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil, Quebec. In 1911 he farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish with his wife Katherine, children Clifford, Myrtle, and Cecil, and Jessie Todd (Aug 1887 Quebec).

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul Leishman and Lillie May Doig.

 

Notes for Catherine Ellenor Morrin

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Paul Leishman and Lillie May Doig.

 

     Children of James Leishman and Catherine Ellenor Morrin were as follows:

     683   i         Clifford Morrin5 Leishman, born 2 May 1899 in Quebec, Canada; died 21 Aug 1958 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married in 1928 in St-Constant, Québec, Canada Lillian Clara Ball, born 31 Aug 1901 in Dawley, Shropshire, England; died 4 Mar 1992 in  Torrance, Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of Benjamin Ball and Clara Price.

+   684   ii        Myrtle G.5 Leishman, born 6 Aug 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 22 Dec 1963 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married William Lorne Morrin.

+   685   iii       Cecil James5 Leishman, born 1 Sep 1905 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 May 1985 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Mary Esther Elizabeth Morrison.

 

 

296. John (Jack)4 Leishman (James3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 19 Apr 1863 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Aug 1949 in San Gabriel, CA.  He married on 10 Aug 1891 in Canada Grace Jane Todd, born 19 Aug 1866 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Feb 1933 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA, daughter of Thomas Todd and Jane Barron.

 

Notes for John (Jack) Leishman

     John and Grace entered the US in 1892. In 1910 he was a carpenter at a lumber company in Big River, Mendocino Co., CA with wife Grace and children Robert and Verda.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Marriage also reported 19 April.

 

Notes for Grace Jane Todd

     MARRIAGE:

Marriage also reported 19 April.

 

     Children of John (Jack) Leishman and Grace Jane Todd were as follows:

+   686   i         Robert Ross5 Leishman, born 14 Sep 1898 in Caspar, Mendocino Co., CA; died 21 Nov 1971 in Claremont, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married Thelma (Theda) Melvene White.

+   687   ii        Verda Margaret5 Leishman, born 12 May 1906 in Mendocino Co., CA; died 22 Jan 1996 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA.  She married Harry Jackson Wakerley.

 

 

298. Paul Dougall4 Leishman (James3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 5 Apr 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Sep 1868 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jul 1954 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 28 Nov 1900 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Jane Elizabeth Nicoll (see 359), born 11 Feb 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 6 Jul 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Jun 1922 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Thomas Nicoll and Mary Robertson.

 

Notes for Paul Dougall Leishman

     In 1901 Paul farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish, Argenteuil with his new wife. In 1911 he farmed in St. Jerusalem Parish with his wife Jeanie and children James, Mary, and Emma.

 

Notes for Jane Elizabeth Nicoll

     Jane was not with her parents in 1901.

 

     Children of Paul Dougall Leishman and Jane Elizabeth Nicoll were as follows:

     688   i         James Walter (Jimmie)5 Leishman, born 16 Sep 1901 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Jan 1982 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     689   ii        Anna Mary5 Leishman, born 23 Feb 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jan 1999 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

     690   iii       Thomas Nicoll5 Leishman, born 29 Dec 1907 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Apr 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   691   iv       Emma Ruth5 Leishman, born 3 Jan 1910 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 12 Jul 1983 in Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada.  She married Ralph Thomas Smith.

     692   v        John Neil5 Leishman, born 27 Aug 1912 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 10 Feb 2000 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married on 22 Aug 1959 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada Mary Ruth Lydia Gordon, born 15 Mar 1921 in Brownsburg, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Feb 2005 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, daughter of James Orrin Gordon and Sarah Jackson Neil.

+   693   vi       Dougald Paul (Dougall)5 Leishman, born 13 Nov 1915 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada; died 7 Oct 1988 in Brownsburg, Quebec, Canada.  He married Gladys Maud Mott.

 

 

299. Robert Doig4 Leishman (James3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 11 Aug 1870 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 10 Nov 1941 in Upper Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada.  He married on 4 Feb 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Agnes Dickson Black, born 14 Sep 1874 in Quebec, Canada; christened 18 Jul 1875 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 14 Oct 1956 in Upper Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada, daughter of William Black and Elizabeth Dickson.

 

Notes for Robert Doig Leishman

     In 1911 Robert was a teacher in St. Jerusalem, Argenteuil Co., Quebec with his wife Agnes and children Albert, Hazel, and Mossman.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Leishman and Jessie McAllister.

 

Notes for Agnes Dickson Black

     Agnes was from East Settlement, Lachute.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Leishman and Jessie McAllister.

 

     Children of Robert Doig Leishman and Agnes Dickson Black were as follows:

+   694   i         James Albert5 Leishman, born 26 Jun 1896 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Apr 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Mar 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Marion Isabella Muriel Doig (see 535).

     695   ii        Hazel Elizabeth Mary5 Leishman, born 9 Jun 1906 in Quebec, Canada.  She married John Stewart, born abt 1902.   Notes: Hazel graduated from McGill University, a very cleaver and bright perston. In 2007 she was still alive at 103 years of age.

     696   iii       Mossman R.5 Leishman, born 23 Jul 1908 in Quebec, Canada; died 27 Oct 1997 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY; buried in New Haven Cemetery, New Haven, Oswego Co., NY.  He married Marion W. (---), born 14 Jul 1911 in NY; died 16 Jun 1994 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY.   Notes: In 1940 Mossman was an estate gardener in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with wife Marion. During WWII Mossman enlisted in the US Army at New York, NY on 17 June 1942. He served with General Patton as his aide. He spoke both French and English fluently so he was very useful. One night Patton walked into his tent and demanded he come with him immediately - he could not find his boots so Patton threw him an extra pair of his - put these on he said and turned and walked out. After the war the boots were said to have been donated to a museum.

+   697   iv       Alice Christina5 Leishman, born 2 Nov 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 May 1998 in Buckingham, Quebec, Canada.  She married Thurlow Wiseman.

 

 

300. Mary Doig4 Leishman (James3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 15 Dec 1872 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; christened 3 Jan 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Jul 1950 in Fresno Co., CA.  She married (1) on 27 Oct 1897 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada George Thompson Patterson, born abt 1872, son of Richard Patterson and Hannah D. (---); (2) on 31 Mar 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada Thomas Edwin Jarrett, born 29 Jan 1869 in London, England; christened 30 May 1869 in St. Andrew's, Lambeth, London, England; died 11 Apr 1946 in Rosemead, Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Henry Jarrett and Eliza (---).

 

Notes for Mary Doig Leishman

     Mary was naturalized a US Citizen on 14 Feb 1935 in Los Angeles.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William M. Scott and Katie E. Morrin.

 

Notes for George Thompson Patterson

     George was a farmer in Lachute.

    

     MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William M. Scott and Katie E. Morrin.

 

Notes for Thomas Edwin Jarrett

     Thomas crossed into Detroit, MI in Mar 1911, with Mary and Clarence following into Port Huron, MI on 8 April 1911. He became a US Citizen on 23 Sept 1927. In 1920 and 1930 he farmed and had a chicken ranch in Rowland, Los Angeles Co., CA with is wife and son. In 1940 he was a US mailman at 557 California Avenue, El Monte, Los Angeles Co., CA with Mary.

 

     Children of Mary Doig Leishman and Thomas Edwin Jarrett were as follows:

+   698   i         Clarence F.5 Jarrett, born 28 May 1910 in Lachute, Argenteuil Co., Quebec, Canada; died 17 Dec 1969 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married Elda Loraine Stafford.

 

 

302. Florinda (Flora)4 Buchanan (Mary3 Leishman, Mary2 Doig, John1), born May 1862 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 30 Aug 1939 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA.  She married Robert Cross, born Jan 1862 in IL; died 4 Jul 1932 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA, son of John Cross and Sarah Pelton.

 

Notes for Florinda (Flora) Buchanan

     Flora Cross lived in Charles City, IA.

 

Notes for Robert Cross

     In 1900 Robert farmed in Cedar, Floyd Co., IA with wife Florinda, 7 children, and a boarder. In 1920 he farmed in Cedar with Flora, 4 children, and uncle Thomas P. Pelton (67 IA).

 

     Children of Florinda (Flora) Buchanan and Robert Cross were as follows:

     699   i         Charles James5 Cross, born 20 May 1885 in Dresden, Chickasaw Co., IA; died 10 Feb 1962 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA.   Notes: Charles married Meta Ruth Hess with 11 children.

     700   ii        Minnie J.5 Cross, born Jun 1887 in IA.   Notes: Minnie married Howard J. Swacker with son Walter Cross Swacker.

     701   iii       John B.5 Cross, born Sep 1888 in IA.

     702   iv       Anna K.5 Cross, born Aug 1890 in IA.

     703   v        Hattie Pauline5 Cross, born 7 Sep 1892 in Floyd Co., IA; died 16 Aug 1943 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA.   Notes: Hattie married Howard Philip Bonsall with 5 children.

     704   vi       Alick5 Cross, born 23 Feb 1895 in IA; died 2 Jul 1896 in IA.

     705   vii      Richard F.5 Cross, born May 1897 in IA.

     706   viii     Frances Estelle5 Cross, born 1 Apr 1899 in Cedar, Floyd Co., IA; died Mar 1983 in Charles City, Floyd Co., IA.   Notes: Frances married Claude VanBurien Alderman with 2 daughters.

     707   ix       Marvin M.5 Cross, born 1901/02 in IA.

 

 

305. Paul Jones4 Buchanan (Mary3 Leishman, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 16 Aug 1867 in Canada; died 27 Sep 1934 in Hamden, Chariton Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Chariton Co., MO.  He married Minnie McClaren, born 1 Dec 1875 in Hamden, Chariton Co., MO; died 1 Jul 1955 in Audrain Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO.

 

Notes for Paul Jones Buchanan

     In 1900 Paul farmed in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO with wife Minnie and children Bessie and James. In 1920 he farmed in Cockrell with Minnie, chilren James, Ila, Howard, and Paul, mother-in-law Sarah E. McClarren (80 KY), and half-brother William F. Moss (52 TN). In 1930 he farmed in Cockrell with Minnie and sons Howard and Vern. He was postmaster in Hamden for more than 25 years.

    

     Obituary: Salisbury, Sept. 29 - Paul Buchanan, Hamden Postmaster for more than 25 years, died Thursday afternoon about 2:30 o'clock at his home in Hamden following a several weeks illness. Mr. Buchanan is survived by his widow; four children, Mrs. Neal Starks, Raleigh Buchanan, Vernon Buchanan, and Howard Buchanan, all of whom live near Hamden; a sister Mrs. Flora Cross of Charles City, Ia.; a brother, James Buchanan; and the following half sisters and brothers, F. Bion McCurry, Mrs. Charles Prescott, and Mrs. Ed Rush, all of Salisbury, and the Rev. Dan McCurry of New York. Mr. Buchanan was born August 14, 1867, and moved to Chariton county with his parents...

 

Notes for Minnie McClaren

     In 1840 Minnie lived in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO with son Howard.

 

     Children of Paul Jones Buchanan and Minnie McClaren were as follows:

+   708   i         Bessie Itrus5 Buchanan, born 3 Jun 1894 in MO; died 14 Sep 1987 in Mexico, Audrain Co., MO.  She married Frank Neal Stark.

+   709   ii        James Raleigh5 Buchanan, born 16 Nov 1898 in Hamden, Chariton Co., MO; died 28 Feb 1940 in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO.  He married Ila Florence Cook.

     710   iii       Howard M.5 Buchanan, born 15 Jul 1905 in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO; died 10 Feb 1978 in Salisbury, Chariton Co., MO.  He married Hazel Irene Brummal, born 31 Aug 1908 in Chariton Co., MO; died 22 Apr 1990 in Salisbury, Chariton Co., MO, daughter of Jesse W. Brummal and Lola F. Dennis.   Notes: In 1940 Howard was an unmarried farmer living with his mother in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO. During WWII Howard enlisted in the US Army on 2 Jul 1942. He was released on 19 Jul 1943.

+   711   iv       Paul L. (Vern)5 Buchanan, born 14 Jul 1912 in Chariton Co., MO; died 30 Nov 1998 in Carlsbad, Eddy Co., NM; buried in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Osceola, St. Joseph Co., IN.  He married Beatrice Juanita Yocum.

 

 

307. Catherine (Cassie)4 Buchanan (Mary3 Leishman, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 12 Aug 1874 in MO; died 6 Jan 1931 in Chariton Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO.  She married in 1892/93 in MO Frank Pleyer, born 10 Feb 1866 in Chariton Co., MO; died 30 Jun 1934 in Excelsior Springs, Clay Co., MO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO, son of Anthony Pleyer and Mary Eberhardt.

 

Notes for Catherine (Cassie) Buchanan

     Mother to Fritz, Serena, Mary, James, Blanche, Annie, and Homer.

 

Notes for Frank Pleyer

     In 1910 and 1930 Frank farmed in Cockrell, Chariton Co., MO with Catherine and children.

 

     Children of Catherine (Cassie) Buchanan and Frank Pleyer were as follows:

     712   i         Fritz5 Pleyer, born 4 Jan 1894 in Chariton Co., MO; died 20 Jul 1963 in Moberly, Randolph Co., MO.  He married Anna Stanischka.

     713   ii        Serena5 Pleyer, born 1895/96 in MO.

     714   iii       Mary5 Pleyer, born 1896/97 in MO; died 1979.

+   715   iv       James Frank5 Pleyer, born 11 Nov 1897 in Hamden, Chariton Co., MO; died 6 May 1986 in Medford, Jackson Co.,OR.  He married Hazel H. Yocum.

     716   v        Blanche5 Pleyer, born 11 Oct 1901 in MO; died Aug 1980 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO.

     717   vi       Annie5 Pleyer, born 29 May 1904 in MO; died 9 Feb 1982 in Lake Co., FL.  She married on 3 Jul 1942 in Jackson, MO Virgil Lyle McCurry, born 20 Oct 1902 in Salisbury, Chariton Co., MO; died 19 Mar 1973 in Salisbury, Chariton Co., MO, son of William James McCurry and Sarah Margaret (Dolly) Sportsman.

     718   vii      Homer J.5 Pleyer, born 8 Jul 1908 in MO; died Mar 1967 in Medford, Jackson Co.,OR.

 

 

310. James Hoggarth4 Leishman (Thomas3, Mary2 Doig, John1), born 29 Sep 1887 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 10 Mar 1961 in Espanola, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 14 Jan 1915 in Algoma, Ontario, Canada Emma May Ridley, born 10 Jul 1892 in Orangeville, Peel, Ontario, Canada; died 9 Apr 1954 in Dean Lake, Algoma, Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Ridley and Kate Meck.

 

Notes for James Hoggarth Leishman

     In 1921 James farmed in Gladstone, Algoma, Ontario with May and sons Frank, Herman, and Reanold.

 

     Children of James Hoggarth Leishman and Emma May Ridley were as follows:

     719   i         James Roy5 Leishman, born 21 Oct 1915 in Ontario, Canada; died 1918 in Ontario, Canada.

     720   ii        Francis J. (Frank)5 Leishman, born 1916/17 in Ontario, Canada.

     721   iii       Herman Ivan5 Leishman, born 10 Apr 1919 in Patton, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Aug 1943 in Sicily, Italy.

     722   iv       Reginald C.5 Leishman, born 1921 in Ontario, Canada.  He married on 10 Oct 1946 in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada Elsie Ann DiGiamberardine, daughter of Louis DiGiamberardine and Josephine Berndinelli.

 

 

312. Elizabeth Helen (Lizzie)4 Smith (Alexander3, Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 2 Sep 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 23 Nov 1873 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Jun 1966 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 14 Jan 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Charles Robertson (Charlie) Rodger, born 7 Apr 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 29 Jun 1927 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of William Rodger and Annie Robertson.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Helen (Lizzie) Smith

     Witnesses to Helen's christening were Jessie Smith and William Rodger.

 

     Children of Elizabeth Helen (Lizzie) Smith and Charles Robertson (Charlie) Rodger were as follows:

+   723   i         William Erskine5 Rodger, born 5 Feb 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 May 1991 in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) Catherine Grace (Katherine) Armstrong; (2) Emma Agnes Davis.

+   724   ii        Allan Alexander5 Rodger, born 19 Jul 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Feb 2000 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married (1) Annie Donaldson Miller (see 521); (2) Doris M. Leroy or Robinson.

+   725   iii       Janet Eleanor5 Rodger, born 7 Sep 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 10 Aug 1958 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  She married George Downes.

 

 

313. John Alexander4 Smith (Alexander3, Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 2 Nov 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 24 Feb 1878 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 23 Aug 1925 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 7 Oct 1903 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Jessie Russell McOuat, born 15 Aug 1877 in Chatham, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 15 Sep 1877 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 18 May 1931 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Andrew McOuat and Elizabeth McOuat.

 

     Children of John Alexander Smith and Jessie Russell McOuat were as follows:

     726   i         Alexander Melville (Mel)5 Smith, born 13 Aug 1904 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 3 Jul 1998 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

+   727   ii        John Douglas (Doug)5 Smith, born 1 Dec 1908 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Apr 1972 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married Isabel Dorothy Boyd.

 

 

314. Mary Ellen4 Smith (Paul3, Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 11 May 1885 in Quebec, Canada; died 15 Oct 1909 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; buried in Lachute Protestant Cemetery, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 22 Jun 1904 George Redpath McFarlane, born 19 Dec 1874 in Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 2 May 1955 in Hoosier, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of Andrew McFarlane and Helen (Ellen, Nellie) Redpath.

 

Notes for George Redpath McFarlane

     In 1911 George farmed in Battleford, Saskatchewan with his daughters Jessie and Margaret. In 1916 Kindersley, Saskatchewan with his daughters, mother, and siblings David and Elizabeth. In 1921 he farmed in Hoosier Hamlet, Kindersley with his two daughters.

 

     Children of Mary Ellen Smith and George Redpath McFarlane were as follows:

+   728   i         Jessie Ellen5 McFarlane, born 5 Feb 1905 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 5 Jul 1991 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married (1) Joseph Howard (Jesse) Hawkins; (2) Ralph Kirkpatrick.

     729   ii        Mary Margaret5 McFarlane, born 20 Jun 1908 in Quebec, Canada.  She married Mr. Demoire.

 

 

315. Janet Buchanan (Jessie)4 Smith (Paul3, Helen (Ellen, Eleanor)2 Doig, John1), born 7 May 1889 in Quebec, Canada; died 7 Sep 1966 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 10 Mar 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada David Miller Berry, born 9 May 1880 in Thomas' Gore, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canaada; died 11 Feb 1956 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, son of James Berry and Elizabeth Miller.

 

     Children of Janet Buchanan (Jessie) Smith and David Miller Berry were as follows:

     730   i         Janet Lila5 Berry, born 2 Apr 1913 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 20 Feb 1998 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.

     731   ii        Watson Smith5 Berry, born 7 Oct 1915 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 15 Sep 2003 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  He married on 15 Jul 1943 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Olive Nellie Violet Cyr, born 1920; died 12 Mar 1998 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.   Notes: Watson and Violet had 6 children.

 

Generation 5

 

317. Janetta A. (Nettie)5 Leavitt (James4, Janet3 McNie, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 17 Jun 1877 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 18 Dec 1901 in Prescott, Ontario, Canada William Peter McAlpine, born 14 May 1871 in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 Aug 1948 in Vankleek Hill, Caldonia, Ontario, Canada; buried 7 Aug 1948 in Vankleek Hill, Caldonia, Ontario, Canada, son of John McAlpine and Anna Grant.

 

Notes for William Peter McAlpine

     In 1921 William farmed in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario with wife Nettie and 6 children.

 

     Children of Janetta A. (Nettie) Leavitt and William Peter McAlpine were as follows:

     732   i         Marion Striling6 McAlpine, born 4 Jan 1903 in Prescott, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Apr 1985 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 19 Jul 1935 in Vankleek Hill, Caldonia, Ontario, Canada Donald Armstrong Cooper, born 7 Oct 1904 in Chatsworth, Ontario, Canada; died 6 Mar 1991 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, son of Alexander Barrie Cooper and Lucy Emily Armstrong.

     733   ii        John Leavitt6 McAlpine, born 17 Jan 1909 in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     734   iii       Jean Grant6 McAlpine, born 17 Jan 1909 in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     735   iv       Florence Isbel6 McAlpine, born 26 Nov 1911 in Caldonia, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     736   v        Evelyn6 McAlpine, born 11 Aug 1913 in Vankleek Hill, Caldonia, Ontario, Canada.

     737   vi       Gertrude6 McAlpine, born 11 Aug 1913 in Vankleek Hill, Caldonia, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

331. Olive Jane5 McNie (John Earl4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 6 Aug 1879 in CA; died 21 Jan 1972 in Sacramento Co., CA.  She married (1) on 12 Jan 1897 in Sacramento Co., CA Milton Aldrich Casey, born 23 Oct 1865 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 15 Dec 1941 in Sacramento Co., CA, son of Thomas George Casey and Imogene Aldrich; (2) Otis French, born 1883/84 in CA.

 

Notes for Olive Jane McNie

     Olive Jane Casey and her sister Edith Emma Davis were buried together in Masonic Lawn Cemetery, Sacramento.

 

Notes for Milton Aldrich Casey

     In 1910 Milton owned a butcher shop in San Joaquin, Sacramento Co., CA with wife Olive, 3 children, and a lodger. In 1930 he was unemployed at 4200 Fourth Street, Sacramento with second wife Minnie (laborer) and a roomer. In 1940 he was a janitor there with Minnie.

 

Notes for Otis French

     In 1920 Otis was a truckdriver for a storage company at 4208 Fourth Avenue, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA with wife Olive, step-daughter Ora Casey, and mother-in-law Mary M. McNie.

 

     Children of Olive Jane McNie and Milton Aldrich Casey were as follows:

+   738   i         Earl Garrison6 Casey, born 14 Apr 1898 in Florin, Sacramento Co., CA; died 23 Aug 1961 in Sacramento Co., CA.  He married Eva A. Coffey.

     739   ii        Lucille Areline6 Casey, born 25 Apr 1901 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 21 Sep 1987 in Sacramento Co., CA.  She married Mr. Brown.

+   740   iii       Ora I.6 Casey, born 26 May 1909 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 26 May 2001 in Sacramento Co., CA; buried in East Lawn Memorial Park, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA.  She married Edward William Kost.

 

 

333. Lester Earl5 McNie (John Earl4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 9 Feb 1885 in Florin, Sacramento Co., CA; died 1 Mar 1963 in Sacramento Co., CA.  He married (1) on 16 May 1906 in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA Ellen Rose, born 1885/86 in CA; died 24 Sep 1969 in Sacramento Co., CA, daughter of Enos Rose; (2), divorced  Lillian Williams, born 1897/98 in TX, daughter of M. N. Williams and Cornelia Josie Franklin.

 

Notes for Lester Earl McNie

     On Lester's draft registration for WWI he is described as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light hair, right hand crippled, and bad left ankle.

    

     In 1920 Lester was a vineyard farmer in Florin, San Joaquin, Sacramento Co., CA with wife Ellen and 3 children. In 1930 he was a well-drilling contractor in Florin with wife Lillian and son Leland. In 1940 he was a contractor in Florin with Lillian (department sales laddy) and a lodger.

 

Notes for Ellen Rose

     Ellen's marriage names her father as Enos Rose and mother unknown, both from Portugal. In 1900 Enos, lived with her brother Manuel Rose and family in Clarksburg, Yolo Co., CA.

 

Notes for Lillian Williams

     Lillian and Lester were divorced. She remarried to John A. Martin.

 

     Children of Lester Earl McNie and Ellen Rose were as follows:

     741   i         Evelyn Roniel6 McNie, born 29 Nov 1906 in CA; died 22 Sep 1984 in Sacramento Co., CA.

     742   ii        Geraldine Teresa6 McNie, born 8 May 1908 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 20 Feb 1992 in Sacramento Co., CA.

     743   iii       Leland Earl6 McNie, born 12 Mar 1919 in Sacramento Co., CA; died 19 Mar 2011 in Amador Co., CA.  He married Helen Marina Martindale, born 16 Mar 1924 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA; died 23 Feb 2009 in Modesto, Stanislaus Co., CA.

 

 

337. Margaret M. (Maggie, Minnie)5 Mooney (Janet Marie4 McNie, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 26 Feb 1876 in Russell Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Nov 1959 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 3 Jan 1906 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Donald Frederick McIntosh, born 7 Jul 1876 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Ontario, Canada; died 21 Jan 1919 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Donald John McIntosh and Georgia Augusta Parker.

 

     Children of Margaret M. (Maggie, Minnie) Mooney and Donald Frederick McIntosh were as follows:

     744   i         Parker6 McIntosh, born 10 Jul 1907 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 30 Jul 1971 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  He married on 4 Mar 1949 in Deland, FL Emily Isobel Brock, born 6 Nov 1912 in Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Feb 2004 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

338. Mary Evelyn5 Mooney (Janet Marie4 McNie, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 28 Apr 1878 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Oct 1958 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She married on 24 Jan 1912 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada McDermid Rankin, born 1878/79 in Ontario, Canada; died 1948 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of William Rankin and Margaret Mary McDiarmid.

 

Notes for McDermid Rankin

     In 1921 McDermid farmed in Regina, Saskatchewan with wife Mary, son William, and 2 laborers.

 

     Children of Mary Evelyn Mooney and McDermid Rankin were as follows:

     745   i         William6 Rankin, born 1912 in Alberta, Canada.

 

 

339. Wilmer5 Mooney (Janet Marie4 McNie, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 6 Sep 1883 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Jan 1976 in San Joaquin Co., California.  He married (1) Mary Elizabeth York, born 21 Jan 1890 in Alberta, Canada; died 22 Feb 1918 in Santaquin, Utah Co., UT, daughter of William Wallace York and Jane Heelis; (2) on 27 Nov 1931 in North Vancouver, BC, Canada Vera Evelyn Young, born 24 Jun 1899 in Lakeside, Oxford, Ontario, Canada; died 8 Nov 1994 in Lodi, San Joaquin Co., CA, daughter of Charles Edwin Young and Bertha Ellen Dodge.

 

Notes for Wilmer Mooney

     Wilmer crossed from Canada into Sweet Grass, MT in Mar 1912 with wife Mary and son William.

    

     In 1940 Wilmer owned a ranch in Lee, Sacramento Co., CA with wife Vera.

 

     Children of Wilmer Mooney and Mary Elizabeth York were as follows:

     746   i         William Monteith6 Mooney, born Aug 1911 in Saskatchewan, Canada; died 1974 in Grand Coulee, Saskatchewan, Canada; buried in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Johanna E. (---), born 1920; died 2005 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

 

341. Henrietta Maria (Nettie)5 McNie (William Guillaume4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 2 May 1889 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1965 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) on 30 Apr 1913 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Walter Vernon Stephens, born 11 Aug 1880 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 8 Feb 1937 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Ebenezer Stephens and Jane Murray; (2) Eldred Franklin Stephens, born 16 Mar 1892 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1953 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Ebenezer Stephens and Jane Murray.

 

Notes for Walter Vernon Stephens

     In 1911 Walter farmed in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario with wife Henrietta and 2 children.

 

     Children of Henrietta Maria (Nettie) McNie and Walter Vernon Stephens were as follows:

+   747   i         Vernon6 Stephens, born 11 Feb 1914 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 11 Jul 1970 in Vankleek Hill, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Lillian Christine Campbell.

     748   ii        Gerulline6 Stephens, born 1915/16 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

     749   iii       Son6 Stephens, born abt 1922 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

342. Leslie Alexander5 McNie (William Guillaume4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 31 May 1891 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died Mar 1969 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI.  He married on 29 Sep 1927 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, divorced  Christina Mary Campbell, born 1899/1900 in Canada, daughter of Alex Campbell.

 

Notes for Leslie Alexander McNie

     In 1930 Leslie was a salesman of building products at 13220 Broadstreet Avenue, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with wife Christina and son William.

    

     Leslie and Christina were divorced 19 Jun 1941 in Wayne Co., MI.

 

     Children of Leslie Alexander McNie and Christina Mary Campbell were as follows:

     750   i         William Alexander6 McNie, born 4 Jun 1928 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI; died 29 Oct 1989 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.

 

 

347. Olive Girtie (Ollie)5 McNie (William Guillaume4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 25 Dec 1901 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 9 Aug 1983 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 4 Feb 1925 in Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada Frederick Meinder Henderson, born 22 Nov 1900 in Manitoba, Canada; died 15 Feb 1992 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, son of Frederick George Augustus Henderson and Kate McNeider Jellett.

 

     Children of Olive Girtie (Ollie) McNie and Frederick Meinder Henderson were as follows:

     751   i         Lorne Frederick6 Henderson, born 1927 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 11 May 1927 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

     752   ii        Henry Clayton6 Henderson, born 16 Feb 1930 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; died 5 Dec 2010 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Henry was married with 2 sons.

     753   iii       Son6 Henderson, born abt 1932 Of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

348. Arthur Sheridan5 McNie (William Guillaume4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 27 Sep 1904 in East Hawkesbury, Prescott Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Nov 1986 in Flint, Genesee Co., MI; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Linden, Genesee Co., MI.  He married on 11 Apr 1933 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Virginia Eileen Leeth, born 30 Jul 1914 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI; died 6 Feb 2010 in Linden, Genesee Co., MI; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Linden, Genesee Co., MI, daughter of Emmett Orland Leeth and Laura Stettler.

 

Notes for Virginia Eileen Leeth

     In 1940 Virginia was a clerk in a department store with daughter Judith at 238 Sourson Avenue, Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI; she lived with her mother Laura Leeth and sister Mary Jane.

 

     Children of Arthur Sheridan McNie and Virginia Eileen Leeth were as follows:

     754   i         Judith A. (Judy)6 McNie, born 20 Dec 1934 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI; died 18 Feb 2002 in Holly, Oakland Co., MI.  She married on 5 Dec 1975 in MI Isaac Clifford (Ike) Smith Jr., born 23 Mar 1924 in Dexter, Stoddard Co., MO; died 21 Feb 2001 in Goodrich, Genesee Co., MI, son of Isaac Clifford Smith Sr. and Lizzie Ellen Anderson.

     755   ii        Carol6 McNie, born abt 1941 in MI.  She married Edwin Anderson.

     756   iii       Geraldine6 McNie, born abt 1944 in MI.  She married Mr. Estes.

 

 

355. Eugenie5 McNie (James4, James Earl3, Janet2 Doig, John1), born 31 Jan 1909 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA; died 6 May 1996 in Scott Co., IA.  She married Mr. Ristau.

 

     Children of Eugenie McNie and Mr. Ristau were as follows:

     757   i         Robert Wed Ernest6 Ristau, died 1940 in Dixon, Scott Co., IA.

 

 

358. James Robertson5 Nicoll (Thomas4, Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 24 Apr 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 28 Dec 1952 in Houston, Harris Co., TX.  He married in Mar 1910 in TX Effie May Boyle, born 19 Apr 1889 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX; died 27 Jul 1949 in Houston, Harris Co., TX, daughter of Thomas Boyle and Elizabeth Thomson.

 

Notes for James Robertson Nicoll

     In 1900 James R. Nicoll was a clothing salesman living with his uncle Andrew at 329 Bergen Avenue, Newark (page 285). In 1910 he was a book-keeper boarding at 2128 Avenue J, Galviston, Galviston Co., TX. In 1930 James R. Nichols was a clothing salesman at 3411 Avenue O, Galviston with wife Effie and daughter Evelyn.

 

     Children of James Robertson Nicoll and Effie May Boyle were as follows:

+   758   i         Evelyn May6 Nicoll, born 6 Sep 1916 in Galviston, Galviston Co., TX; died 26 Apr 1994 in Houston, Harris Co., TX.  She married Harry Leslie Nicholson Jr..

 

 

360. Mary Emma5 Nicoll (Thomas4, Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 27 Dec 1880 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; christened 13 Jul 1881 in Lachute Presbyterian Church, Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; died 27 Sep 1967 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada.  She married on 14 Aug 1912 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada Robert Edwin Canning, born 13 Jul 1877 in Grenville, Quebec, Canada; christened 17 Sep 1878 in Grenville, Quebec, Canada; died 24 Aug 1959 in St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada, son of William Clark Canning and Margaret McCormick.

 

Notes for Mary Emma Nicoll

     The 1901 census shows Mary born 27 Dec 1881 which is after her regestered christening date; year emended to 1880.

 

Notes for Robert Edwin Canning

     In 1921 Robert lived in Lachute, Quebec with wife Mary and son Lloyd.

 

     Children of Mary Emma Nicoll and Robert Edwin Canning were as follows:

     759   i         Lloyd Robertson6 Canning, born 23 Nov 1915; died 21 Sep 1979.  He married (1) Viola Rae Spence; (2) Eleanor Jean Colton, born 17 Sep 1923 in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

+   760   ii        Jean Roberta6 Canning, born 11 Jul 1921 in Lachute, Quebec, Canada.  She married Gerald Nelson Robinson.

 

 

362. John5 Nicoll (Andrew (Andy)4, Jean (Jane)3 Doig, John2, John1), born 20 Aug 1875 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ; died 1941 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ.  He married on 29 Sep 1897 Elizabeth McOuat, born 25 Nov 1874 in Lachute, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada, daughter of William McOuat and Jean (Jane) Drew.

 

Notes for John Nicoll

     In 1900 John was a horse shoer residing at 329 Bergen Avenue, Newark (page 285) with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Elizabeth, nephew James R. Nicoll, and a servant Koch Mikelimma (Mar 1877 Germany); he lived at the same address as his parents. In 1920 and 1940 John Nicoll was a horse shoer residing at 9 Maple Place, Newark, Essex Co., NJ (page 14) with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Florinda M.

 

     Children of John Nicoll and Elizabeth McOuat were as follows:

     761   i         Elizabeth6 Nicoll, born Oct 1898 in NJ.

     762   ii        Florinda Mae (Flora)6 Nicoll, born 15 Nov 1902 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ; died Jan 1972 in Summit, Union Co., NJ.   Notes: Flora was a school teacher.