The Doig Family Society

 

Official Doig Crest, Tartan and Motto

 

Yield Not to Adversity

Gaelic: Na gèill do chruaidh-chas

 

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Descendants of

Paul Doig and Janet Paterson

of Kilmadock Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
America, Canada, and Jamaica

 

For a linked file PAUL1762 with spouse's ancestry click HERE.

 

First Generation (13th Generations down from earliest ancestor)

 

1. Paul1 Doig, born 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 11 Feb 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1844 in Meadowhead, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland, son of Andrew Doig and Janet Doig.  He married on 11 Nov 1786 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Janet Paterson, born 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 19 Oct 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 4 Jun 1833 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, daughter of John Paterson and Janet Buchanan.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

      Witnesses at Paul's christening were James Robertson and Nicol Millar in Thornhill.

     

      Paul received Mosside of Norrieston on 24 June 1799 from James McGibbon Esq. (who received it from John McGibbon Esq., and farmed it until at least 1842. He is later listed as "of Norrieston Moss-side & tenant of Murdiestoun." On 15 June 1830 Paul sasined a part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple called the Easter and Wester Moss Side of Norrieston with the piece of ground called the Molland and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norrieston, on disposition of James McGibbon of Greenyards on 23 Jan 1822, recorded 16 June 1830 in Perth.

     

      In the 1837 voter's registers Paul is listed of Mosside. In 1841 Paul was living with his daughter, Janet, and her husband, James McArthur, at Meadowhead.

     

      Paul died in 1844; his son, Andrew, was heir. His testament was recorded 18 Nov 1844 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

     

 

      Children of Paul Doig and Janet Paterson were as follows:

+    2          i           Andrew2 Doig, born 1787 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 23 Jul 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 23 Sep 1846 in Moss Side, Norrieston, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married Agnes Anderson.

+    3          ii          Janet2 Doig, born 1789 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 31 May 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 14 Oct 1872 in Doune Castle, Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married James McArthur.

      4          iii         John2 Doig, born 1791 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 14 Apr 1791 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 12 Oct 1866 in Wester Boquhapple, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 25 May 1828 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland Agnes Young, born abt 1807 Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died abt 1830 Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: The link to wife Agnes Young is uncertain and based on age and location; it is presumed Agnes died young without children. In 1841 John was a farmer at Spittaltoun, Kilmadock; he had one servant.  John purchased the 29 acre farm and quarry at Wester Boquhapple near Thornhill on 30 Aug 1842, recorded 22 Oct 1842 in Perth.  In 1851 and 1861 he farmed there with two servants. Paul's testament was recorded 22 Nov 1866 in the Dunblane Sheriff Courth. His land was inherited by his nephew, Paul Doig. MARRIAGE: Both were listed from Kincardine.

+    5          iv         Paul2 Doig, born 13 May 1793 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 19 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1845 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married (1) unknown; (2) Mary Reid.

+    6          v          Elizabeth2 Doig, born 4 Feb 1796 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 14 Feb 1796 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married (1) Archibald Thomson; (2) John McFarlane.

+    7          vi         Margaret2 Doig, born 7 May 1799 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 12 May 1799 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Dec 1877 in Kippen, Ontario, Canada.  She married Robert Bell.

+    8          vii        James2 Doig, born 25 Nov 1801 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Nov 1801 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 14 Oct 1860 in Easter Borland, Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married Helen Cadden.

+    9          viii       Robert2 Doig, born 6 May 1806 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 16 May 1887 in Kippen, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret (Bonny Peggy) Paterson.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Andrew2 Doig (Paul1), born 1787 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 23 Jul 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 23 Sep 1846 in Moss Side, Norrieston, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 9 Nov 1834 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland Agnes Anderson, born 18 Oct 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 Oct 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Mar 1890 in Boquhapple, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, daughter of David Anderson and Jean (Jane) Ferguson.

 

Notes for Andrew Doig

      Witnesses at Andrew's christening were John Paterson and Thomas Paterson, both in Frew.

     

      Andrew appears in the 1832 and 1837 voter's registers as a farmer at Norrieston and Mosside or Mill of Goodie.

     

      In 1841 Andrew farmed at Moss Side with his wife Agnes, sons Paul, David, and Andrew, and 2 servants. On 13 Nov 1844 Andrew received 300 and his father's lands, a part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Norrieston on the south side of the Water of Goodie, commonly called the Easter and Wester Moss Sides of Norrieston, with the piece of ground called the Molland and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norrieston, recorded 26 Nov 1844 in Perth.  He served as heir to his father to these lands on 7 June 1845, recorded 18 June 1845.

     

      Sasine recorded 24 June 1845: Andrew Doig residing at Moss-side, gets Ren. 1 Aug 1845 by the Executrix of Paul Doig, formerly of the Parish of Trelawney, Jamaica, and Robert Doig residing in the Township of Hay, Huron Track, Upper Canada, North America, of part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Norrieston, on the south side of the Water of Goodie commonly called the Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston, with the piece of ground called the Molland, and Moss belonging to the lands of Norrieston, and Teinds, par. Kincardine; and of two sums of 100 each, in Disp. and Settl. by Paul Doig, tenant, Murdochston, 5 Aug 1831. (G.R. 2334.186)

     

      Andrew's testament was recorded 16 Dec 1846 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

     

      Sasine recorded 29 Mar 1847: Agnes Anderson in Norrieston, Moss-side, executrix dative qua relict of Andrew Doig, residing at Mosside, gets Ren. 19 Jan 1847 by the executrix of Paul Doig of the Parish of Trelawney, Co. Cornwall, Jamaica, of part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Norrieston, on the south side of the Water of goodie commonly called the Easter and Wester Moss-sides of norrieston with the piece of ground called the Molland and the Moss belonging to th elands of Norrieston, and Teinds, par. Kincardine; and of 100, in Disp. and Settl. by Paul Doig, tenant, Murcochston, to the said Andrew Doig, 1 Aug 1831. (P.R.St. 242.133)

 

Notes for Agnes Anderson

      In 1851 Agnes lived with her three sons on the 70 acres of the Mill of Goody in Kilmadock, her father David and sister Elizabeth, and farm servant Daniel Ferguson.  In 1861 Paul Doig farmed the 83 imperial acres at Mosside, Mill of Goodie, with his mother, brother Andrew, Agnes' unmarried sister Elizabeth Anderson, and two servants. In 1871 she lived in Kincardinde parish, Perth with her sons Paul and Andrew. In 1881 she lived with her son, Andrew, at Wester Boquhapple.

     

      Witness to Agnes' death certificate was her neighbor Alexander Sands who reported her husband as Paul Doig and Parents as David Anderson and Jane Gow.

 

      Children of Andrew Doig and Agnes Anderson were as follows:

      10        i           Paul3 Doig, born 29 Sep 1835 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 20 May 1876 in Boquahapple, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Sasine recorded 17 Aug 1849: Paul Doig of Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston, as heir to Andrew Doig of Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston, his father, seised in part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston with the piece of ground called the Molland, and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norriestown, and Teinds, which lands have for some time been known by the name of Moss-side, or Macgibbon's Moss-side, par. Kincardine; on Pr. Co. Con. by Henry Home Drummond of Blairdrummond, 3 Aug 1849. (P.R.St. 251.186) Sasine recorded 14 Feb 1850: Paul Doig, now of Mosside and his curators, get Ren. 13 Feb 1850 by Janet Thomson and James Miller, carter, St. Ninians, her husband, of part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple, on the south side of the Water of Goodie, commonly called Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston with the piece of ground called the Molland, and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norriestown, and Teinds, par. Kincardine, and of 100, in Disp. and Settl. by Paul Doig, heritable proprietor, to Andrew Doig, his eldest son, 5 Aug 1831. (P.R.St. 253.209) Sasine recorded 19 Feb 1850: Andrew Duncan, farmer, Bandeath, gets Bond and Disp. for 1000, by Paul Doig of Norrieston, Mosside, with consent of his curators and Agnes Anderson, relict of Andrew Doig of Moss-side, 18 Feb and 19 Feb 1850, over part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston with the piece of ground called the Molland, and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norriestown, and Teinds, which lands have for some time been known by the name of Moss-side, or Macgibbon's Moss-side, par. Kincardine. (P.R.St. 253.235) Sasine recorded 26 Feb 1857: The Trustee of Andrew Duncan, farmer, Bandeath, gets Ren. Insturment, 25 Feb 1855, to Bond and Disp. for 1000, by Paul Doig of Norrieston, Mosside, with consent of his curators and Agnes Anderson, relict of Andrew Doig of Moss-side, his mother, to the said Andrew Duncan, 18 Feb and 19 Feb 1850, secured over part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple commonly called Norrieston, and others, which lands have for some time been know by the name of Moss-side, or Macgibbon's Moss-side, par. Kincardine. (P.R.St. 278.238) Sasine recorded 22 June 1857: Elizabeth Duncan, relict of James Spence in Merryhill near Dunfermline, etc. in same land. Sasine recorded 8 Mar 1858: Daniel Ferguson residing in Barnton Place, Stirling, gets bond and disp. for 300, etc. in same land. Sasine recorded 4 June 1860: The Trustees of John Rea, sometime baker, Bannockburn, get assig., etc. in same land. Sasine recorded 8 Dec 1860: The Trustees of Elizabeth Duncan or Spence, etc. in same land. Sasine recorded 29 May 1861: James Duncan, farmer, Bandeath, gets assig., etc. in same land. Sasines (3) recorded 9 June 1862: James Duncan, farmer, Bandeath, grants discharge...; The Kirk Session of St. Ninians, Guradians of the funds mortified by William Wordie, of Calcutta, at Fort William in Bengal, etd band and disp....; The Parochial Board of the Parish of St. Ninians gets bond and disp..., etc. in same land. Sasines (3) recorded 11 Nov 1864: Henry Home Drummond and St. Ninians again mentioned. Paul never married. In 1851 and 1861 Paul was farming the 83 imperial acres at Mosside, Mill of Goodie, with his mother, brother Andrew, unmarried aunt Elizabeth Anderson, born 1815/6 in Kilmadock, and two servants. In 1866 Paul's uncle, John Doig, died, and he inherited the 29 acres (10 merks) at Wester Boquhapple near Thornhill.  The document was dated 13 Apr 1867 and recorded 15 Apr 1867.  At the time Paul was living in Cambusbarron near Stirling. Paul's brother, Andrew, was his heir.

      11        ii          David3 Doig, born 24 Nov 1836 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 22 Feb 1859 in Mill of Goodie, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Witness to David's death certificate was his second cousin, Paul Doig.

      12        iii         Andrew3 Doig, born 24 May 1838 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Dec 1911 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Andrew was heir general to his brother Paul's lands of Wester Boquhapple, dated 28 July 1876 and recorded 6 Oct 1876. In 1881, 1891 and 1901 he farmed 60 acres at Wester Boquhapple; his mother lived with him until her death in 1890.  He was known as a bit of an astronomer. Andrew did not marry. An extract of Andrew's testament reads: Andrew Doig, Main Street, Thornhill, Perthshire, died 15 December 1911, at Thornhill aforesaid, intestate. Confirmation granted at Dunblane, 2 February 1912, to John Doig, Low Town, Thornhill aforesaid, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, 723, 13s. 3d.

 

 

3. Janet2 Doig (Paul1), born 1789 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 31 May 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 14 Oct 1872 in Doune Castle, Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married on 11 Jan 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland James McArthur, born 25 Aug 1782 in Callander, Perth, Scotland; christened 29 Aug 1782 in Callander, Perth, Scotland; died 23 May 1846 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, son of Robert McArthur and Ann Stevenson.

 

Notes for Janet Doig

      Witnesses at Janet's christening were John Paterson in Frew and Walter Doig in Murdockstone.

     

      In 1851 Janet was an annuitant residing at Kirk Street, Callander, Perth with her sons Paul and James. In 1861 she was a fundholder at Loan's, Callander with children Paul and Margaret. In 1871 she was an annuitant at Burnhill House, Callander with her daughter Margaret.

     

      Witness to Janet's death certificate was her son-in-law John Dewar.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Janet and James pledged marriage on 30 Dec 1810 in Kincardine.

 

Notes for James McArthur

      James farmed at Meadowhead, Gartincaber. In 1841 Paul Doig lived with them.

     

      The Testament Testamentar, Inventory, and Deed of James McArthur, farmer in Meadowhead of Gartincaber, was recorded 12 Nov 1846 and 27 Nov 1846 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

 

      Children of Janet Doig and James McArthur were as follows:

      13        i           Janet3 McArthur, born 1812 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 18 Oct 1812 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

+    14        ii          Ann3 McArthur, born 1814 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 6 Mar 1814 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 26 Jan 1850 in Drummore, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married William Thomson.

+    15        iii         Janet3 McArthur, born 1816 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Jan 1816 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Jul 1898 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married John Dewar.

+    16        iv         Robert3 McArthur, born 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Mar 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Apr 1883 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Jean (Jane) Bell (see 37).

      17        v          Elizabeth3 McArthur, born 24 Jun 1821 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 24 Jun 1821 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

      18        vi         Paul3 McArthur, born 31 Aug 1823 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 31 Aug 1823 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1861 in Callander, Perth, Scotland.

      19        vii        Margaret3 McArthur, born 4 Jun 1826 in NorriestonKincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 4 Jun 1826 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1897 in Callander, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: In 1891 Margaret was an annuitant living alone on Lower Church Street, Callander, Perth. She did not marry.

      20        viii       James3 McArthur, born 1 Feb 1830 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 11 Feb 1830 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1858 in Callander, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

5. Paul2 Doig (Paul1), born 13 May 1793 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 19 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1845 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married (1) unknown; (2) Mary Reid, born 1805 Of Jamaica, daughter of John Reid and Mary (---).

 

Notes for Paul Doig

      Witnesses at Paul's christening were John Doig and Andrew Doig at Murdockstoun.

     

      Paul was a major in the militia at Stirling Castle.  He departed Greenock and arrived in New York on the ship "Camillas" on 9 May 1827, and on to Jamaica by 1830. A Jamaica legal case dated 11 Mar 1834 notes Mr. Paul Doig as the factor of the deceased John Finlay. He returned to Scotland, as he is listed as a tenant of Murdieston Farm in the 1832 Registry of Voters.  P. Duig arrived from Havana, Cuba on the ship "Havana" on 20 Apr 1835 at New York. Paul went to Canada with the Bell family in 1836.  In 1838 he served as a Captain in the infantry with the government troops against the French revolutionary Papineau.  Paul is said to have given the command to fire the cannon on St. Eustache R.C. Church where the rebels were stationed; the marks may be seen on the tower of the church, which was reconstructed after the rebellion.

     

      In the "History of the Baptist Ministry Society" for the Jamaica Mission at Falmouth in 1832:

On Tuesday, the 3d of January, being deeply impressed with the incompatibility of military service with the ministry of the gospel, they drew up a memorial to his excellency the governor, praying for exemption; and gave it to the colonel, for his inspection, previously to sending it to Spanish Town. While anxiously waiting for his opinion, which was promised that forenoon, Captain Paul Doig, with his drawn sword, attended by two armed blacks, went up to Mr. Knibb, who was on duty at the guard-house, and said, " Take this man into custody this is all he has got by preaching." Captain Chrystie somewhat more politely required Mr. Abbott to deliver up his sword, and stated that "the colonel had ordered him to put

him under arrest!"

     

      Paul bought a 600 acre farm in Hay Township in the London District of Canada, recorded 14 Nov 1836; the property was disposed of on 12 Apr 1860.  He found the climate too cold, so he returned to Jamaica by late 1838.  He settled in Trelawny Parish in the County of Cornwall, where in the 1840 directory he is listed with 50 acres. Paul served as an officer in the Trelawny Regiment in Jamaica.

     

      Paul is not know to have married, but he did form a liaison with some local women, notably Mary Reid.  He had children by her, and at least one other woman.

     

      Trelawney, Jamaica, 29 Feb 1836 - Contested claim No. 720 - Paul Doig awarded 60 2s 3d.

     

      Trelawney, Jamaica, 2 July 1838 - Contested Epsom estate with 32 slaves - T71/874: claim by John and Mary Reid, as owners. Doig received 281 7s 1d, as judgement creditor; Tharp received the balance as trustee - 'claims priority over the claimants'.

     

      Paul's will was dated 14 Mar 1840.  In this instrument he named seven "reputed" children of his.  Two more children were born after 1840.  Paul died in 1845 in Jamaica, and his will was "entered" on 22 Apr 1846 and recorded 24 Feb 1847 in the Edinburgh Sheriff Court. His will was probated on 18 Jan 1847 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England.

 

      Original copy of will: - Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 1 inventory, Page 2 inventory.

     

      Note: A Paul Doig, gentleman, residing in Cornwall Co., Jamaica witnessed a deed of John Hewan of Orangehill, Jamaica on 24 Apr 1815. This may be the above Paul, although it seems a bit early. (recheck date)

     

Notes for Mary Reid

      She may be the Mary Goodin Reed baptized 18 Feb 1803 in Hanover, Jamaica.

     

      Children of Paul Doig were as follows:

+    21        i           James Paul3 Doig, born 1814/15 in Jamaica.  He married Sarah (---).

      22        ii          Mary Ann3 Doig, born abt 1817 in Jamaica.

+    23        iii         Paul3 Doig, born 1819 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.  He married unknown.

 

      Children of Paul Doig and Mary Reid were as follows:

      24        i           Sophia3 Doig, born 14 Apr 1830 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; died 1915.

+    25        ii          Andrew Paul3 Doig, born 22 Jan 1832 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.  He married Ellen (Mimi) Miller.

+    26        iii         Eliza3 Doig, born abt 1835 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Alexander Robinson White.

      27        iv         Janet (Jessie)3 Doig, born 18 Jun 1838 in Epsom, St. Mary, Jamaica; christened 22 Mar 1848 in Church of England, Jamaica; died 1886 in Jamaica.   Notes: Parents not listed on christening record with ceremony performed by: "B.B. de B. Harvard Stafford Slter (?) Curate."

+    28        v          John Reid3 Doig, born 16 Jun 1841 in Epsom, St. Mary, Jamaica; christened 22 Mar 1848 in Church of England, Jamaica.  He married Alice Osborne Moncrief.

+    29        vi         Robert Thomas3 Doig, born 3 Feb 1844 in Epsom, St. Mary, Jamaica; christened 22 Mar 1848 in Church of England, Jamaica; died 11 Feb 1887 in Trelawny, Jamaica.  He married (1) Elizabeth Main; (2) Maria Cunningham; (3) Maria Tharp Reid.

 

 

6. Elizabeth2 Doig (Paul1), born 4 Feb 1796 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 14 Feb 1796 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married (1) on 14 Jan 1815 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Archibald Thomson, born abt 1790 Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died abt 1826 in Scotland; (2) on 15 Jan 1829 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland John McFarlane, born abt 1796 Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Doig

      Witnesses at Elisabeth's christening were John Doig and John Simms of Mackeanston.

     

      [The following links are not certain but based on approx. age, location, and eldest daughter named Janet.]

 

Notes for Archibald Thomson

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Kilmadock Parish.

 

Notes for John McFarlane

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Kilmadock Parish.

 

      Children of Elizabeth Doig and Archibald Thomson were as follows:

      30        i           Janet3 Thomson, born 11 Jan 1815 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Jan 1815 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

      31        ii          Marrion3 Thomson, born 21 Mar 1819 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland; christened 4 Apr 1819 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland.

      32        iii         Elizabeth3 Thomson, born 11 Dec 1821 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland; christened 20 Dec 1821 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland.

      33        iv         Margaret3 Thomson, born 4 Feb 1824 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland; christened Mar 1824 in Balfron, Stirling, Scotland.

 

 

7. Margaret2 Doig (Paul1), born 7 May 1799 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 12 May 1799 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Dec 1877 in Kippen, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 6 Jun 1820 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Robert Bell, born 21 Nov 1797 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 10 Dec 1797 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 2 Jul 1886 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of William Bell and Jean Morrison.

 

Notes for Margaret Doig

      Witnesses at Margaret's christening were John Doig and Archibald Low of Murdockstoun.

     

      Sasine recorded 23 July 1863: Margaret Doig, with consent of Robert Bell, sometime residing at Lochaber, Scotland, no residing in the Township of Tuckersmith, County of Huron, Province of Canada, North America, her husband, and Janet Bell with consent of James McLean, farmer there, her husband, and Paul Doig Bell of the Township of Hay, in said County, yeoman, grant discharge 17 June 1863 to Paul Doig, nof of Moss-side, of 100, declared a burden in Disp and Settl. by Paul Doig, heritable proprietor, to Andrew Doig, his son, 6 Aug 1831, and declare parts of the lands of Easter Boquhapple called norrieston, on the south side of the Water of Goodie commonly called the Easter and Wester Moss-sides of Norrieston, and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norrieston, and teinds, par. Kincardine, disburdened thereof. (G.R. 3297.89)

     

      MARRIAGE:

Margaret and Robert were wed by the Rev. Mr. Somers at Murdieston, Kilmadock, the marriage recorded at Kippen.  Margaret was listed from Downe (Doune) and Robert from Kippen.

 

Notes for Robert Bell

      Robert and family came to Canada in 1836 with Paul Doig. In 1861 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario Canada with his wife Margaret and children Andrew Miller, Margaret and Anne. In 1871 he farmed in Tuckersmith with Margaret and daughter Margaret.

     

      Witness to Robert's death certificate was his son William Bell of Tuckersmith.

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KIPPEN WAS A CROSSROAD corner, located where Hay, Stanley and Tuckersmith Townships converge and where the London Road (Hwy 4) and the Kippen Road (County Rd 12) intersect. It was referred to as "The Corner" and might have remained so had Robert Bell not succeeded in having a Post Office located here in 1855. He named it after his home in Kippen, Scotland. The first settlers into the Kippen area, between 1836-40, were Robert Bell, William Cooper, Robert Doig, James and John McLean, and their families. They were followed by James Anderson and William Blair a few years later.


The Canada Company built a flour and grist mill on Lot 13 Concession 1 LRS in 1837 and a road to it in 1838. Robert Bell ran the Kippen Mills, hiring Thomas Oke and Findlay Fraser as millers. Bell owned the mills by 1850. A sawmill was added some time in the 1840s.

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The following 1844 letter is presumed to reference this Robert. It is a most interesting read on coming to Canada:

     

      'Largies'

Tuckersmith Township

Huron Tract

Huron County

Sept 25, 1844

To: William Wilson

Kirkcudbright

Scotland

I received your letter some time ago and I was truly happy to hear you were all enjoying good health. I see you are quite resolved, if all is well, to come out to Canada in the spring. I approve very much of your doing so, as your family is now coming forward to help you in the way of working.

In my humble opinion, there is a good way of living in this country for working people. But not for those that will not work, or for those who would like to act the gentlemen, unless they have lots of sovereigns in their pocket.

For my own part, I would not advise any person to come here for fear they would dislike the place, for I have seen some people very dissatisfied after coming here although they can get almost everything they want very reasonable.

Still they seemed more discontented than Robert1 and I were when we came into the bush and not a roof to cover our heads; and could not get a meal of meat under a quarter of a dollar; and the growing timber around us like a wilderness.

However, after getting a small house put up and a few acres of land cleared the first year, the appearance of the crops encouraged us very much. So we had good hopes of getting a living and likewise better prospects for our family.

And thank God my hopes have not been disappointed as yet. And I trust you will find it the same after you come here a little time. We are at all times happy to see respectable looking settlers coming into this place; and more particularly Scotch people as we are very clannish in our own way.

The land about here is mostly sold but still there is some at no great distance from this place to dispose of. The price of bush land is from 12 shillings six pence to 15 shillings per acre, and the price of cleared land about $20 per acre. Both kinds of land are nearly one half higher in price than when we came into this country 12 years past last summer, i.e. 1832.

I must next, according to your desire, give you some directions on your way to this boasted land of liberty. This I will be glad to do to the best of my knowledge. I think the passage money across the Atlantic is lower than when we came.

And I am also inclined to think the best way is by New York and from there to Albany by steamboat; from Hamilton here which is 90 miles by wagon. But if there are many of you to be together, you should go on to Buffalo on the Erie Canal and from there to Detroit by steamboat. From Detroit go to Port Sarnia by steamboat or schooner whichever way is cheapest and quickest. From Port Sarnia, Goderich is about 60 miles across Lake Huron.

On the lakes, they charge upon luggage by the barrel bulk, as much on a barrel of feathers as on a barrel of flour.

I would not advise you to bring any wheels or reels with you; better sell them as well as you can at home, for I think you can buy them as cheap here when you want them; some pots and a frying pan will be useful on the passage. Bring your griddle, your crocks, and a small washing pail or two; bring a good quantity of cotton cloth as it is a very high price here.

Bring all your bedclothes and whatever more clothes you have. You need not bring new shoes, as they are much the same price here as at home.

Change no more of your sovereigns than will bring you out of the States into Canada as the sovereign2 is worth as much here as at New York and you do not run the risk of getting their bad Yankee money.

I shall next give you a brief account of our markets here, which are very low. Wheat, three to four shillings per bushel; barley, two shillings four pence per bushel; potatoes, one shilling per bushel, beef three to four pence per pound, pork two to three pence per pound, cheese two to four pence per pound; brandy five to six shillings per gallon, eggs five to six pence per dozen, tea one shilling six pence to two shillings per pound, coffee eight to nine pence per pound.3

Men's wages in general are '2/six shillings per month in summer and in winter '1/seven shillings per month. Women's wages in general are 14 to 18 shillings per month. A yoke of good working oxen, 55 to $60. Good milk cows $15 and $20. Remember me to all our relations without exception and also all friendly enquirers. And believe me ever your sincere and well-wisher. J.C.4

Footnotes: 1 Probably Robert Bell or Robert Doig, early settlers

2 Sovereign used interchangeably with the term pound

3 12 pence to the shilling, 20 shillings to the pound ('1)

4 Probably James Copeland, an early settler

- prepared by Carolyn Parks

 

      Children of Margaret Doig and Robert Bell were as follows:

+    34        i           Janet (Jessie)3 Bell, born 21 Feb 1821 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 5 Mar 1821 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 6 May 1886 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married James McLean.

+    35        ii          William3 Bell, born 21 Aug 1822 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 25 Aug 1822 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 28 Apr 1913 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Janet (Jessie, Jennet) Jack Paterson.

+    36        iii         Robert3 Bell, born 9 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 23 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 10 Apr 1897 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Isabella Doig (see 55).

      37        iv         Jean (Jane)3 Bell, born 21 Dec 1826 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; christened 18 Mar 1827 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; died 11 Jan 1906 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 28 Feb 1846 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Robert McArthur (see 16), born 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Mar 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Apr 1883 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of James McArthur and Janet Doig.   Notes: In 1901 Jean lived in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with her daughter Janet. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were James McLean and Alexander McGregor.

      38        v          Ann3 Bell, born 31 Aug 1828 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; christened 5 Oct 1828 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.   Notes: In 1851 Robert and siblings William and Ann farmed in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    39        vi         Paul Doig3 Bell, born 11 Jan 1830 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 10 Mar 1922 in Hensall, Ontario, Canada.  He married Ann Murdoch.

+    40        vii        Daniel (Donald) Smith3 Bell, born 8 Feb 1832 in Inverness, Scotland; christened 22 Apr 1832 in Kilmalie, Argyll, Scotland; died 1 Jun 1913 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret (Maggie) Hobkirk.

+    41        viii       James S.3 Bell, born 8 Jul 1833 in Scotland; died 21 Sep 1911 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Marion Elder.

+    42        ix         Andrew Miller3 Bell, born 4 Feb 1837 in Ontario, Canada; died 8 Nov 1911 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Blair.

+    43        x          John3 Bell, born 18 Dec 1835 in Scotland; died 24 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 26 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Catherine (---).

      44        xi         Margaret A.3 Bell, born 24 Jan 1840 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 Jan 1930 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Margaret did not marry.

+    45        xii        Elizabeth3 Bell, born 16 May 1842 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Robert Hunt.

      46        xiii       Ann (Anne)3 Bell, born 26 May 1845 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 24 Oct 1882 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: May have married Skene Blair.

 

 

8. James2 Doig (Paul1), born 25 Nov 1801 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Nov 1801 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 14 Oct 1860 in Easter Borland, Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 15 Apr 1830 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Helen Cadden, born 1807 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 26 Jul 1807 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 25 Feb 1879 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, daughter of John Cadden and Margaret Miller.

 

Notes for James Doig

      Witnesses at James' christening were John Doig and Robert Buchannan of Murdockstoun.

     

      James was an agricultural laborer, sometimes in Murdieston.  In 1841 the family lived in Old Town, Thornhill.  In 1851 he was a farmer of 61 acres at East Borland, Port of Menteith.

     

      James' testament was recorded 29 July 1862 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They pledged marriage on 11 Apr 1830 in Kincardine, Perth. James was listed from Kilmadock and Helen from Kincardine.

 

Notes for Helen Cadden

      In 1871 Helen lived in Kincardine parish, Perth with her children John, James, and Ellen Chalmers Doig.

     

      Testament, 3 April 1879 - Confirmation of Helen Cadden or Doig, Thornhill, County of Perth, who died 25 February 1879, at Thornhill aforesaid, testate, granted at Dunblane, to Christopher Mowat, Glasgow, her son-in-law, John Doig, Thornhill aforesaid, her son, Andrew Dow, Bank Clerk there, and Rev. James Forfar, Minister, Norrieston Church, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 9 September 1875, and Codicil, dated 24 September 1877, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Perth, 27 March 1879. Value of Estate, 838, 18s, 10d.

 

      Children of James Doig and Helen Cadden were as follows:

+    47        i           Margaret Miller3 Doig, born 29 Oct 1829 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 21 Nov 1867 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married James Moir.

      48        ii          Paul3 Doig, born 22 May 1831 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

      49        iii         Janet3 Doig, born 13 Jan 1833 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died Infant in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

      50        iv         Janet3 Doig, born 22 Dec 1833 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Oct 1904 in 13 Rupert Street, Kelvin, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  She married (1) on 6 Aug 1858 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland Christopher Greig Mowat, born 1825/26 in Scotland; died 8 Jan 1880 in 47 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, son of John Mowat and Elizabeth Gourlay; (2) on 12 Dec 1890 in Kelvin, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland James Cassels, born 15 May 1832 in Carnwath, Lanark, Scotland; christened 3 Jun 1832 in Carnwath, Lanark, Scotland; died 1906 in Lanark, Lanark, Scotland, son of Thomas Cassels and Mary Anderson.   Notes: In 1858 Janet lived at 12 New City Road in Glasgow. In 1881 she was a widow living alone at 47 Renfrew Street, Barony, Lanark. The testament of Janet Mowat, otherwise Janet Doig, residing at Springfield Cottage, Strathaven, died 1 Oct 1891 at Strathaven, testate, recorded 23 June 1893 in the Hamilton Sheriff Court (Ref. SC37/42/6). An eik was granted 13 Aug 1906. Janet died in 1904. Witness to her death certificate was her nephew Thomas Mowat.

+    51        v          Paul3 Doig, born 25 Jun 1835 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1874 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Catherine Campbell.

+    52        vi         John3 Doig, born 25 Jun 1835 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Dec 1919 in Low Town, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married Mary McNab.

      53        vii        James3 Doig, born 4 Sep 1838 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 24 Apr 1910 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: James did not marry.  He was a farmer.  In 1881 and 1891 he was a retired farmer living in Backgate, Thornhill.  In 1881 James Moir, the son of his deceased sister, lived with him. An extract of his testament reads: James Doig, Back Yett, Thornhill, Perthshire, died 24 April 1910, at Thornhill aforesaid, intestate. Confirmation granted at Dunblane, 30 May 1910, to John Doig, Low Town, Thornhill aforesaid, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, 1,692, 2s. 10d.

      54        viii       Helen (Ellen) Chalmers3 Doig, born 5 May 1847 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Dec 1871 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Helen did not marry. Her testament was recorded 3 Apr 1872 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

 

 

9. Robert2 Doig (Paul1), born 6 May 1806 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 16 May 1887 in Kippen, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 21 Nov 1833 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Margaret (Bonny Peggy) Paterson, born 6 Jun 1807 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 7 Jun 1807 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 5 Jun 1886 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert (Wee Robin) Paterson and Isabel (Isa) Innes.

 

Notes for Robert Doig

      Witnesses at Robert's christening were William Maxwell [William married Janet Doig in 1801 in Kilmadock.] and Peter of Brummore.

     

      Robert is listed as a farmer of Easter Murdochston in the 1837 Registry of Voters, but he had left by that time.  He came with his family, brothers John and Paul and sister Margaret (Doig) Bell (K306) to Canada in 1836.  Robert had returned to Scotland by 1839.  In 1841 the family lived on Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, with Alexander McLaren.

     

      Robert Doeg departed Glasgow on the ship "Superb" and arrived in New York on 24 May 1843 with Mrs. and his children Isabella, Janet, Paul, and John.

     

      In 1848, 1851, 1861, 1871, and 1881 Robert farmed in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for Margaret (Bonny Peggy) Paterson

      Witness to Margaret's death certificate was her son-in-law Archibald Bishop of Usborne.

 

      Children of Robert Doig and Margaret (Bonny Peggy) Paterson were as follows:

      55        i           Isabella3 Doig, born 25 Apr 1835 in Scotland; died 26 Sep 1882 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Winchester Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Robert Bell (see 36), born 9 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 23 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 10 Apr 1897 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Robert Bell and Margaret Doig.

+    56        ii          Janet Paterson3 Doig, born 17 Dec 1836 in Scotland; died 10 Mar 1911 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Winchester Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Archibald Wilson Bishop.

      57        iii         Paul3 Doig, born 14 May 1839 in Scotland; died 21 May 1911 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: In 1881, 1891, and 1901 Paul farmed in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He did not marry. Paul's death certificate gives his birth as 1838.

      58        iv         Robert3 Doig, born 7 Feb 1842 in Scotland; died 20 Mar 1842 in Scotland.

      59        v          John3 Doig, born 21 Jan 1843 Of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 17 Oct 1862 Of Quebec, Canada.   Notes: John Doig, age 22 from Glasgow, arrived in Canada on the ship "Nubia" to Quebec in 1862. John did not marry.

+    60        vi         Margaret Paterson3 Doig, born 21 May 1846 in Ontario, Canada; died 30 Oct 1897 in Hensall, Huron, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married James Cooper.

+    61        vii        James3 Doig, born 29 Apr 1849 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Nov 1874 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Phoebe Almina McClymont.

 

Generation 3

 

14. Ann3 McArthur (Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1814 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 6 Mar 1814 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 26 Jan 1850 in Drummore, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married on 18 Feb 1836 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland William Thomson, born 1805 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Aug 1805 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 5 Sep 1880 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, son of Robert Thomson and Mary McPherson.

 

Notes for William Thomson

      William was a farmer at Burnbank.

 

      Children of Ann McArthur and William Thomson were as follows:

+    62        i           Robert4 Thomson, born 16 Feb 1837 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 15 Mar 1837 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1891 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married Jessie Eadie.

+    63        ii          James McArthur4 Thomson, born 28 Nov 1838 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 14 Jan 1839 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Jan 1913 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Catherine Cornelia Hotchkiss.

+    64        iii         Janet (Jessie) Doig4 Thomson, born 14 Jan 1842 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 Feb 1842 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1924 in Meldrum, Alfredton, Wairarapa, New Zealand.  She married John Wingate.

+    65        iv         William4 Thomson, born 4 Jul 1844 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Aug 1844 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  He married Mary Morrison.

+    66        v          Paul4 Thomson, born 15 Apr 1846 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 May 1846 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1909 in CT.  He married Jenette (Nettie) Delanna Metcalf.

      67        vi         John M.4 Thomson, born 8 Mar 1848 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 7 May 1848 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1890 in CT.   Notes: In 1880 John M. Thomson (35 Scotland) was a clerk in a store lodging in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

+    68        vii        Ann M.4 Thomson, born 19 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 31 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1931 in MA.  She married George M. Stearns.

 

 

15. Janet3 McArthur (Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1816 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 28 Jan 1816 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Jul 1898 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married on 22 Dec 1848 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland John Dewar, born 1814 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 3 Mar 1814 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 29 Nov 1885 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland, son of Alexander Dewar and Elizabeth McNie.

 

Notes for Janet McArthur

      In 1891 Janet was a farmer and miller at Doune Farm Ho, Doune, Kilmadock, Perth with with daughters Jessie and Jeanie, grandson John D. McIntyre, niece Bessie M. Dewar (24 Greenock), niece Polly C. Dewar (15 Greenock), an apprentice miller and a farm servant.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Janet and john pledged marriage on 14 Dec 1848 in Callander.

 

Notes for John Dewar

      John farmed Castle Farm in Doune. In 1881 at home with he and his wife were daughter Jessie (Janet) McIntyre with her son John, unmarried daughter Jeanie, John Stewart, age 17 from Kilmadock, William Drummond, 16 from Dunblane, and Janet Stewart, 36 from Dunblane.

 

      Children of Janet McArthur and John Dewar were as follows:

+    69        i           Janet (Jessie)4 Dewar, born 10 Dec 1849 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 22 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 20 May 1907 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married Peter McIntyre.

+    70        ii          Elizabeth4 Dewar, born 1851/52 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Jan 1852 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1932 in Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  She married William King.

      71        iii         Jane (Jeanie)4 Dewar, born 8 Nov 1853 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 16 Dec 1853 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1945 in Scotland.

      72        iv         Ann (Annie)4 Dewar, born 17 Feb 1859 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1859 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

16. Robert3 McArthur (Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 25 Mar 1818 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 8 Apr 1883 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 28 Feb 1846 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Jean (Jane) Bell (see 37), born 21 Dec 1826 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; christened 18 Mar 1827 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; died 11 Jan 1906 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Bell and Margaret Doig.

 

Notes for Robert McArthur

      In 1871 and 1881 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Jane and children.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James McLean and Alexander McGregor.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Bell

      In 1901 Jean lived in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with her daughter Janet.

 

      Children of Robert McArthur and Jean (Jane) Bell were as follows:

+    73        i           Margaret4 McArthur, born 1848/49 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 27 Dec 1882 in York Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Richard McGregor.

      74        ii          Janet4 McArthur, born 1 Sep 1850 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Aug 1910 in Hensall, Ontario, Canada.

+    75        iii         Robert4 McArthur, born 1 Jan 1852 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1935 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ann Louttit.

      76        iv         Jean Bell (Jane)4 McArthur, born 1853/54 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      77        v          Paul4 McArthur, born Aug 1855 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 May 1893 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      78        vi         Arthur4 McArthur, born 1856/57 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Nov 1875 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      79        vii        William4 McArthur, born 1856/57 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    80        viii       Elizabeth4 McArthur, born 1 Feb 1859 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Sep 1936 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Richard McGregor.

+    81        ix         John Bell4 McArthur, born 26 Oct 1862 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Nov 1914 in Clifford, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Rebecca Andrews Ball.

      82        x          Ann4 McArthur, born 10 Aug 1865 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Feb 1899 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    83        xi         James4 McArthur, born 12 Aug 1868 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Nov 1909 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Alice Welsh.

 

 

21. James Paul3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born 1814/15 in Jamaica.  He married Sarah (---), born abt 1822 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for James Paul Doig

      James Paul Doig, age 20 from Jamaica, sailed as a Mariner on 25 Aug 1835 on the "Hopewell" out of London (Certificate #5577).

     

      James returned to Jamaica where he was a laborer.

 

      Children of James Paul Doig and Sarah (---) were as follows:

      84        i           Ann4 Doig, born 7 Oct 1844 in Hays, Vere, Middlesex, Jamaica; christened 8 May 1853 in Vere, Middlesex, Jamaica.

      85        ii          James Richard4 Doig, born 9 Nov 1848 in Hays, Vere, Middlesex, Jamaica; christened 8 May 1853 in Vere, Middlesex, Jamaica.

 

 

23. Paul3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born 1819 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.  He married unknown.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

      In his father's will Paul Doig acknowledges himself as the reputed father. In 1820 at the age of 10 months Paul was recorded as a mullato in the possession of Robert Newton Jerrett in Trelawny.

     

      Spouse unknown. Paul died in a horse accident.

 

      Children of Paul Doig were as follows:

+    86        i           Arthur Alexander4 Doig, born abt 1874 in Jamaica, West Indies; died abt 1960.  He married Minerva Averil Miller.

+    87        ii          Henry Clarence4 Doig, born 1876 in Jamaica; died 1967.  He married (1) Fortunee Andree; (2) Mary Burke.

 

 

25. Andrew Paul3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born 22 Jan 1832 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.  He married Ellen (Mimi) Miller.

 

Notes for Andrew Paul Doig

      There are lurid stories about "Awful" Andrew, who gambled away most of his assets and drank too much.

 

      Children of Andrew Paul Doig and Ellen (Mimi) Miller were as follows:

+    88        i           Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, born 10 Oct 1852 in Jamaica; christened 23 Nov 1856 in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica; died 1901.  She married Philip Twentyman Brown.

      89        ii          Eliza Sophia4 Doig, born 1854 in Jamaica.

      90        iii         Alvaranga Victor4 Doig, born 1865 in Jamaica; christened 15 Jan 1865 in Jamaica.

 

 

26. Eliza3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born abt 1835 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Alexander Robinson White, born abt 1831 Of Jamaica, West Indies.

 

      Children of Eliza Doig and Alexander Robinson White were as follows:

+    91        i           Lilian Eliza4 White, born abt 1870 in Jamaica.  She married Herbert Edward Todd.

 

 

28. John Reid3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born 16 Jun 1841 in Epsom, St. Mary, Jamaica; christened 22 Mar 1848 in Church of England, Jamaica.  He married Alice Osborne Moncrief, born abt 1845 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for John Reid Doig

      Parents not listed on christening record with ceremony performed by: "B.B. de B. Harvard Stafford Slter (?) Curate."

     

      John was an engineer and blacksmith. Although son John was listed as illegitimte it appears they later married.

 

      Children of John Reid Doig and Alice Osborne Moncrief were as follows:

      92        i           John Wood4 Doig, born 9 Sep 1872 in Epsom Pen, Jamaica; christened 11 Jan 1874 in Trelawny, Jamaica.   Notes: John was listed in the christening record as illegitimate and "colored."

      93        ii          Eliza4 Doig, born 20 Nov 1887 in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica.

      94        iii         Ada Louise4 Doig, born 20 Jul 1891 in Trelawny, Jamaica.

 

 

29. Robert Thomas3 Doig (Paul2, Paul1), born 3 Feb 1844 in Epsom, St. Mary, Jamaica; christened 22 Mar 1848 in Church of England, Jamaica; died 11 Feb 1887 in Trelawny, Jamaica.  He married (1) Elizabeth Main, born abt 1850 in Jamaica; (2) Maria Cunningham, born abt 1851 in Jamaica; (3) Maria Tharp Reid, born abt 1850 Of Jamaica; died 20 Jul 1928 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; buried in Falmouth Parish Church of St. Peter The Apostle, Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.

 

Notes for Robert Thomas Doig

      Parents not listed on christening record with ceremony performed by: "B.B. de B. Harvard Stafford Slter (?) Curate."

     

      Robert was an accountant. In 1867 he witnessed the marriage of William Kennedy and Mary Eberall at the Wesleyan Methodist, Falmouth, Trelawny.

     

      Obituary: "Daily Gleaner and Decordova's Advertising Sheet," February 15, 1887 -

Died In this city on Friday evening, 11th inst., of Small-pox, Robert Samuel Doig, a native of Falmouth, aged 44 years, leaving a sorrowful widow, five children and other relatives and friends to mourn their sad loss.

 

Notes for Maria Tharp Reid

      She may be the Maria Sharp Reid born 1850 in Jamaica, daugher of John and Eliza Reid (index misread Sharp for Tharp).

     

      "... as Mrs. Marie Tharp Doig's premises were also part of Good Hope's holdings." (History of the Parish of Trelawny, by Daniel L. Ogilvie, 1954.)

 

      Children of Robert Thomas Doig and Elizabeth Main were as follows:

      95        i           Donald Alexander Archibald4 Doig, born 26 Sep 1871 in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica; christened 3 Jul 1872 in Church of England, Trelawny, Jamaica.   Notes: Donald's christening records him as colored and illegitimate.

 

      Children of Robert Thomas Doig and Maria Cunningham were as follows:

      96        i           Stanley Paul4 Doig, born 1872 in Jamaica.

      97        ii          Edith Eliza Mary4 Doig, born 5 Oct 1875 in Trelawny, Jamaica; died 26 Jun 1876 in Trelawny, Jamaica.   Notes: Obituary - "Trelawny and Public Advertiser," Falmouth, Jamaica, Thursday, June 29, 1876: DIED On Monday, June 26, after a short illness, Edith Eliza Mary, daughter of Robert Doig, Esq., aged eight months and three weeks.

 

      Children of Robert Thomas Doig and Maria Tharp Reid were as follows:

      98        i           Lesley Matilda Louisa4 Doig, born 21 Feb 1879 in Stewart Town, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.

      99        ii          Katie Tharpe4 Doig, born 13 Nov 1880 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; died 13 Oct 1965 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; buried in Falmouth Parish Church of St. Peter The Apostle, Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.

      100     iii         Rhea Tharpe (Bobbie)4 Doig, born 21 Sep 1883 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; died 9 Feb 1923 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; buried in Falmouth Parish Church of St. Peter The Apostle, Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.

      101     iv         Alexander Thomas4 Doig, born abt 1885 in Jamaica; died 20 Jul 1928 in Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; buried in Falmouth Parish Church of St. Peter The Apostle, Falmouth, Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.   Notes: On 5 Jun 1912 Alexander, 25, clerk from Montigo Bay, departed Jamaica on the ship "Thames," his destination New York; he was listed as a British citizen, his contact in Jamaica Mrs. M. T. Doig of Falmouth. On 6 Oct 1924 Alexander, age 42, innkeeper, departed Bristol, England on the ship "Patuca," his destination Kingston, Jamaica.

      102     v          Robert Reid4 Doig, born 7 Jan 1887 in Kingston, Jamaica.

      103     vi         Girl4 Doig, born 9 Sep 1890 in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica.

 

 

34. Janet (Jessie)3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 21 Feb 1821 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 5 Mar 1821 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 6 May 1886 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married in 1845 in Ontario, Canada James McLean, born 20 Jul 1813 in Kirkoswald, Ayr, Scotland; christened 25 Jul 1813 in Kirkoswald, Ayr, Scotland; died 26 Dec 1891 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of John McLean and Margaret McBroom.

 

Notes for James McLean

      In 1861 Andrew farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontarion with Janet and 6 children. In 1881 James farmed in Tuckersmith with his wife Janet, son David and his family, and son Andrew.

 

      Children of Janet (Jessie) Bell and James McLean were as follows:

+    104     i           John M.4 McLean, born 1844/45 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Jun 1917 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mary Walker.

      105     ii          Margaret Doig4 McLean, born 1845/46 in Canada.  She married on 26 May 1870 in Clinton, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada William Candlish L. Charters, born 1841/42 in Scotland, son of William Charters and Elizabeth (---).   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witness was John Walker of Clinton.

+    106     iii         David4 McLean, born 1848/49 in Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ross.

+    107     iv         Robert Bell4 McLean, born 19 Mar 1850 in Ontario, Canada; died 8 Aug 1924 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Minnie Kerr.

      108     v          William4 McLean, born 1850/51 in Ontario, Canada.

      109     vi         James4 McLean, born 1852/53 in Ontario, Canada.

      110     vii        Andrew4 McLean, born 1862/63 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

35. William3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 21 Aug 1822 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 25 Aug 1822 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 28 Apr 1913 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Janet (Jessie, Jennet) Jack Paterson, born 25 Sep 1833 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; christened 27 Oct 1833 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 19 Jun 1901 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Paterson and Janet Jack.

 

Notes for William Bell

      In 1851 William and siblings Robert and Ann farmed in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada. In 1861 William farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co. with his wife Janet and children Robert, Janet, William, Margaret, and Isabella. In 1881 he farmed in Tuckersmith with Janet and and 6 children. In 1891 he farmed in Hay Township, Huron South with wife Jennet and children Joan and Thomas.

 

Notes for Janet (Jessie, Jennet) Jack Paterson

      Name and christening date take from patron submitted IGI.

 

      Children of William Bell and Janet (Jessie, Jennet) Jack Paterson were as follows:

+    111     i           Robert Paterson4 Bell, born 23 Feb 1852 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 30 Apr 1928 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 3 May 1928 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) Elizabeth (Betsy) McLaren; (2) Elizabeth Dick; (3) Mary Ann Workman.

+    112     ii          Janet (Jessie) Jack4 Bell, born 1853/54 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 5 Dec 1956 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  She married Capt. George Alexander McMorran.

      113     iii         William4 Bell, born 1855/56 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 Feb 1877 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      114     iv         Margaret4 Bell, born 1859/60 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      115     v          Isabella4 Bell, born 1859/60 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    116     vi         Jane (Jeanie)4 Bell, born 1862/63 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married John Robson Hobkirk.

      117     vii        Joan4 Bell, born 1865/66 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    118     viii       James Alexander4 Bell, born 1868/69 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Jul 1935 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Fairbairn.

      119     ix         Thomas4 Bell, born 4 Jul 1875 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

36. Robert3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 9 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 23 May 1824 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 10 Apr 1897 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Isabella Doig (see 55), born 25 Apr 1835 in Scotland; died 26 Sep 1882 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Winchester Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Doig and Margaret (Bonny Peggy) Paterson.

 

Notes for Robert Bell

      In 1851 Robert and siblings William and Ann farmed in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada. The family farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada at least from 1861. In 1881 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith (page 28) with his wife Isabella and 9 children.

 

      Children of Robert Bell and Isabella Doig were as follows:

      120     i           Margaret R.4 Bell, born 12 Jan 1856 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died aft 1916 Of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.   Notes: In 1911 Margaret was unmarried and living with her younger sister Adelaide McLeod and her husband Donald in Calgary, Alberta.

      121     ii          Robert Doig4 Bell, born 28 Aug 1857 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 29 May 1915 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 31 Mar 1891 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Catherine Ford, born 26 Feb 1868 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Ford and Elizabeth Horton.   Notes: In 1891 Robert and Catherine lived in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario. In 1901 he farmed in Tuckersmith with Catharin, sister-in-law Josephine Ford, and a laborer. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were T. S. Acheson & M. C. E. Acheson, both of Kippen.

+    122     iii         James4 Bell, born 18 Feb 1860 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 20 Oct 1918 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Ann (Annie) L. Troyer.

      123     iv         William4 Bell, born 3 Apr 1864 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      124     v          Eliza4 Bell, born 7 May 1867 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      125     vi         Alice4 Bell, born 15 Sep 1869 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    126     vii        Ann4 Bell, born Sep 1871 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Feb 1937 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Thomas Welsh.

      127     viii       Albert4 Bell, born 6 Oct 1875 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 29 Oct 1931 in Ontario, Canada.  He married on 10 Apr 1907 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Effie Jane Troyer, born 30 May 1885 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Stephen Troyer and Eliza Jane Greenslade.   Notes: In 1911 Albert farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Effie. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Stephen Troyer and Margaret Bell, both of Hensall.

+    128     ix         Isabella Adelaide (Addie)4 Bell, born 28 Oct 1879 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Donald McLeod.

 

 

39. Paul Doig3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 11 Jan 1830 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 10 Mar 1922 in Hensall, Ontario, Canada.  He married on 19 Aug 1856 Ann Murdoch, born 15 May 1825 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; christened 26 Jun 1825 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland; died 30 Apr 1912 in Hensall, Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Murdoch and Margaret Bell.

 

Notes for Paul Doig Bell

      In 1881 Paul farmed in Hay, Huron South, Ontario with Anne and 7 childfren. In 1901 he farmed in Hay with 6 children. In 1911 Paul and Annie farmed in Hay with children William and Jane.

 

      Children of Paul Doig Bell and Ann Murdoch were as follows:

      129     i           Robert4 Bell, born 27 Jul 1857 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 30 Mar 1933 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Robert farmed in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario. He did not marry.

      130     ii          Margaret4 Bell, born 1859/60 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      131     iii         John4 Bell, born 19 Jul 1861 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    132     iv         Ann (Annie)4 Bell, born 18 Jan 1863 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Jul 1945 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Duncan Stewart.

      133     v          Janet (Jessie)4 Bell, born 3 Mar 1865 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      134     vi         Jane4 Bell, born 28 Mar 1867 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      135     vii        William Murdoch4 Bell, born 9 Mar 1869 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 12 Nov 1913 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Margaret (Maggie) Stewart, born 27 Dec 1873 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Stewart and Jane Ross.

 

 

40. Daniel (Donald) Smith3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 8 Feb 1832 in Inverness, Scotland; christened 22 Apr 1832 in Kilmalie, Argyll, Scotland; died 1 Jun 1913 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret (Maggie) Hobkirk, born Nov 1840 in Scotland; died 22 Nov 1918 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of William Hobkirk.

 

Notes for Daniel (Donald) Smith Bell

      In 1881 Daniel farmed in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Margaret and 9 children. In 1911 he farmed in Hay with Margaret; son William lived next door.

 

      Children of Daniel (Donald) Smith Bell and Margaret (Maggie) Hobkirk were as follows:

      136     i           Mary4 Bell, born 1861/62 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      137     ii          Jennett4 Bell, born 1864/65 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      138     iii         Jane4 Bell, born 1866/67 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      139     iv         Helen (Ellen)4 Bell, born 1868/69 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      140     v          Elizabeth4 Bell, born 1870/71 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      141     vi         Ann4 Bell, born 1872/73 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      142     vii        Margaret (Maggie) Doig4 Bell, born 1876/77 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 25 Dec 1901 in Hay, Ontario, Canada James Walker McLean, born 1873/74 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of John McLean and Mary Walker.

      143     viii       Alice4 Bell, born 1875/76 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    144     ix         Robert Daniel4 Bell, born 1880 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1970 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) Violet Higgison McArthur (see 231); (2) Mary Mabel Clark.

+    145     x          William George4 Bell, born 28 Sep 1883 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1950 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Carolyn (Carrie) Gould.

 

 

41. James S.3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 8 Jul 1833 in Scotland; died 21 Sep 1911 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Marion Elder, born 25 Sep 1840 in Ontario, Canada; died 28 Dec 1921 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of William Elder and Helen Muir.

 

Notes for James S. Bell

      In 1881 James farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Marion and 5 children.

 

      Children of James S. Bell and Marion Elder were as follows:

      146     i           William4 Bell, born 1865/66 in Ontario, Canada.

      147     ii          James4 Bell, born 1868/69 in Ontario, Canada.

      148     iii         Daniel4 Bell, born 1871/72 in Ontario, Canada.

+    149     iv         Helen (Ellen)4 Bell, born 25 Dec 1874 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1959 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Hugh McEwan.

      150     v          Margaret4 Bell, born 1877/78 in Ontario, Canada.

      151     vi         Susan A.4 Bell, born 26 Oct 1882 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

42. Andrew Miller3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 4 Feb 1837 in Ontario, Canada; died 8 Nov 1911 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 23 Sep 1862 in Ontario, Canada Mary Blair, born 16 Jan 1845 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of William Blair and Catherine (---).

 

Notes for Andrew Miller Bell

      In 1901 Andrew farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Mary and 4 children.

 

      Children of Andrew Miller Bell and Mary Blair were as follows:

      152     i           Robert4 Bell, born 1864/65 in Ontario, Canada.

      153     ii          Elizabeth4 Bell, born 1866/67 in Ontario, Canada.

      154     iii         Margaret4 Bell, born 1868/69 in Ontario, Canada.

      155     iv         Agnes4 Bell, born 1870/71 in Ontario, Canada.

      156     v          William4 Bell, born 1872/73 in Ontario, Canada.

+    157     vi         Andrew Blair4 Bell, born 8 Mar 1876 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Isabella Ellen Cooper (see 191).

      158     vii        Donald (Daniel) Smith4 Bell, born 14 Sep 1878 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      159     viii       John4 Bell, born 14 Mar 1880 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      160     ix         Mary4 Bell, born 21 May 1884 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

43. John3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 18 Dec 1835 in Scotland; died 24 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 26 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Catherine (---), born 1844/45 in Scotland.

 

Notes for John Bell

      In 1871 John farmed in Hay Township, Huron South, Ontario with wife Catherine and children Robert, Jane, and Margaret. In 1881 he farmed in Hay with Catherine and his 3 children.

 

      Children of John Bell and Catherine (---) were as follows:

      161     i           Robert4 Bell, born 1863/64 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      162     ii          Jane4 Bell, born 1868/69 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      163     iii         Margaret4 Bell, born 1870 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

45. Elizabeth3 Bell (Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 16 May 1842 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Jun 1929 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Robert Hunt, born 1831/32 in England; died 29 Nov 1893 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Ann (---).

 

Notes for Elizabeth Bell

      In 1901 Elizabeth Hunt had a millener's shop in Hensell, Huron Co., Ontario with sister Margaret Bell.

 

Notes for Robert Hunt

      In 1881 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Elizabeth, 5 children, and mother Ann. In 1891 he farmed in Tuckersmith with wife Elizabeth, son Harry, and mother Ann.

 

      Children of Elizabeth Bell and Robert Hunt were as follows:

      164     i           Robert4 Hunt, born 1860/61 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      165     ii          Margaret D.4 Hunt, born 1862/63 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      166     iii         George4 Hunt, born 1864/65 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 4 Sep 1889 in Waterloo Co., Ontario, Canada Isabella Blain, born 1862/63 in Canada, daughter of Isabella Helm.

      167     iv         William4 Hunt, born 1866/67 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    168     v          Harry Bell4 Hunt, born 1873/74 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Harriet Ann Wright.

 

 

47. Margaret Miller3 Doig (James2, Paul1), born 29 Oct 1829 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 21 Nov 1867 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married Not married James Moir, born 21 Dec 1825 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 11 Apr 1870 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, son of Alexander Moir and Jean Hutton.

 

Notes for Margaret Miller Doig

      Margaret did not marry.

     

      Margaret's testament was recorded 22 Nov 1869 and 28 Dec 1869 in the Dunblane Sheriff Court.

 

Notes for James Moir

      Church Records for Norrieston Chapel, Thornhill, 22 Dec 1867 - James Moir, farmer, Thornhill, was compared for the sin of fornication. The now deceased Margaret Doig having given birth to a male child of whom the said James Moir is the father. Having confessed and expressed sorrow for the same, he was suitably admonished by the Moderator and absolved from Church scandal.

     

      In 1881 James was unmarried and living at Backyet, Kincardine with his "nephew" James Moir, age 13 from Kincardine.

 

      Children of Margaret Miller Doig and James Moir were as follows:

      169     i           James4 Moir, born 8 Nov 1867 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: In 1881 James lived with his uncle James Doig at Backyett, Thornhill, Kincardine.

 

 

51. Paul3 Doig (James2, Paul1), born 25 Jun 1835 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1874 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 8 Apr 1861 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland Catherine Campbell, born 3 May 1836 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; christened 19 Jun 1836 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland; died 17 Nov 1906 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert Campbell and Christian McLaren.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

      In 1861 Paul was a farmer in Easter Borland, Port of Menteith.  He moved with his family to Canada in 1868.  In 1871 Paul was a laborer living with his family in Tuckersmith Township in Huron Co., Ontario.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Sarah McRitchie and William McGibbon.

 

Notes for Catherine Campbell

      In early 1861 Christina was unmarried with a new daughter living with her widowed mother on High Street, Norrieston, Thornhill; she was a domestic servant. In 1881 she was a widow in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontarion with 8 children. In 1891 she [Cathrine] was a widow farming in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with her children James, Robert, Paul, Kate, and John. In 1901 she lived with the family of her son Robert in Tuckersmith.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Sarah McRitchie and William McGibbon.

 

      Children of Paul Doig and Catherine Campbell were as follows:

+    170     i           Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, born 16 Apr 1860 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1900/10 in OH.  She married Boyd Curtis Lacy.

      171     ii          Helen (Ellen)4 Doig, born 13 Jul 1862 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died aft 1944 in NY.   Notes: In 1944 Ellen Doig lived in Kenmore, NY.

+    172     iii         James4 Doig, born 14 Apr 1864 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died abt 1895 in Canada.  He married Sarah Jane Hudson.

+    173     iv         Robert Campbell4 Doig, born 23 Mar 1866 in Mill of Goodie, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1949 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Laidlaw.

      174     v          Margaret (Maggie)4 Doig, born 18 Apr 1868 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Marriage reported to Mr. Bassett but not confirmed.

      175     vi         Paul4 Doig, born Aug 1871 in Ontario, Canada; died 22 Oct 1943 in Portland, Multonomah Co., OR.  He married (1) Maude L. (---), born Aug 1865 in IA; (2) in 1925 in Clark Co., WA Emma A. Hagen, born 27 Jun 1887 in OR; died 29 Aug 1967 in Portland, Multonomah Co., OR.   Notes: Paul entered the US in 1890 and became a naturalized citizen in 1892. In 1900 Paul was a streetcar conductor residing at 762 Savier Street, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR (page 5) with his wife Maude L and step-children Roy Mercer, Sept 1881 IA, Madge Mercer, Jan 1886, and Mable C. Mercer, Jan 1888. In 1920 he lived on Linnton Road, Portland with his wife Maud and step-son Paul McKenna, 7 IA. In 1930 he was an oil dealer teamster at Linnton Road with his second wife Emma. In 1940 he and Emma used their home at 2931 Helen's Road, Portland as a boarding house with 3 lodgers.

      176     vii        Catherine4 Doig, born 1873/74 in Ontario, Canada.

      177     viii       John4 Doig, born 21 May 1880 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2 Oct 1912 in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA.   Notes: Birth listed as "Illegitimate Doig" with no first name, his mother listed as Catherine Campbell. In the 1881 census he is named as John and with Catherine Doig. His death certificate listes his parents as Joseph Doig of England and Catherine Campbell of Scotland (witnessed by James Doig of Buffalo, NY). John was a horse trainer.

 

 

52. John3 Doig (James2, Paul1), born 25 Jun 1835 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Dec 1919 in Low Town, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 3 Sep 1872 in Union Farm, Port of Menteith, Perth Scotland Mary McNab, born 17 May 1837 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland; died 1919 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, daughter of Robert McNab and Margaret Alexander.

 

Notes for John Doig

      John was the twin of Paul. In 1881, 1891 and 1901 John had retired from farming and was a gardener living in Low Town, Thornhill; in 1901 his wife and 2 sons still lived at home. In 1911 he lived In Low Town with wife Mary and grandson John Doig.

     

      An extract of John's testament reads: John Doig, Low Town, Thornhill, Perthshire, died 28 December 1919, at the same place, testate. Confirmation granted at Dunblane, 11 March, to James Doig, Low Town aforesaid, John Jenkins, Solicitor, Stirling, and Alexander Kemp, Writer, there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 6 February 1912, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Perth, 26 February 1920. Value of Estate, 1356, 10s, 4d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James McNab and Allin McNab.

 

      Children of John Doig and Mary McNab were as follows:

+    178     i           Margaret (Maggie, Margie)4 Doig, born 25 Aug 1874 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Feb 1902 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married John McNab.

      179     ii          James4 Doig, born 31 Aug 1876 in Boquhapple, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 21 Jan 1921 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: James is mentioned in his father's will as in 1919 he lived in Low Town, Thornhill, Kincardine. He did not marry. James hung himself and was found in a field 150 yards west of Doig Street in Low Town. Witness to his death certificate was his brother Robert Doig of Buckyett Cottage, Thornhill.

+    180     iii         Robert4 Doig, born 26 Aug 1879 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Dec 1938 in Factory Street, Georgetown, Halton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 29 Dec 1938 in Georgetown, Halton Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Janet (Jeanette) Stewart Scott.

 

 

56. Janet Paterson3 Doig (Robert2, Paul1), born 17 Dec 1836 in Scotland; died 10 Mar 1911 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Winchester Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Archibald Wilson Bishop, born 20 Apr 1829 in Cramond, Midlothian, Scotland; christened 20 Sep 1829 in Cramond, Midlothian, Scotland; died 25 Apr 1901 in Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Canada, son of James Bishop and Helen Wilson.

 

Notes for Archibald Wilson Bishop

      Archibald came alone to Canada in 1849. In 1851 he was a servant to the Mahoney family in Usborne Township, Huron Co., Ontario. By 1854 he settled on Lot 26, Con 5, Usborne. He served as public school trustee, Reeve of Usborne Twp. 1863-1874. He was a Member of the Legislative Assembly of South Huron 1873-1894 and Warden of Huron Co. from 1873-1874. He retired in 1894.

     

      In 1881 Archibald farmed in Usborne, Huron South, Ontario, Canada (page 38) with his wife Janet and 5 children.

 

      Children of Janet Paterson Doig and Archibald Wilson Bishop were as follows:

      181     i           Margaret Georgina4 Bishop, born 15 Jun 1858 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 12 Apr 1935 in Huron, Ontario, Scotland; buried in Exeter Cemtery, Hay Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland.  She married on 6 Jun 1881 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Thomas Cameron, born 13 Apr 1852 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; christened 11 Sep 1852 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1932 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of John Cameron and Flora McInnes.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Robert Hamilton of Stratford and Janet Bishop of Usborne.

+    182     ii          Janet4 Bishop, born 1862 in Ontario, Canada; died 1944 in Huron, Ontario, Scotland; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland.  She married Henry Anderson.

+    183     iii         Helen4 Bishop, born 17 Jan 1865 in Ontario, Canada; died 19 Jun 1937 in Huron, Ontario, Scotland; buried in Exeter Cemtery, Hay Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland.  She married John Rowcliffe Jr..

+    184     iv         Rachel4 Bishop, born 12 Apr 1868 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Apr 1930 in Exeter, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married John Thomas Morgan.

      185     v          Esther Wilson4 Bishop, born 3 Dec 1870 in Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland; died 15 Nov 1873 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      186     vi         Victoria Helen4 Bishop, born 3 Feb 1878 in Ontario, Canada; died 1946.  She married on 17 Aug 1904 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Samuel Alexander Popplestone, born 1867/68 in Exeter, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Samson Popplestone and Rebecca Brown.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were T. A. Amos, M.D., and F. W. Gladman, both of Exeter.

 

 

60. Margaret Paterson3 Doig (Robert2, Paul1), born 21 May 1846 in Ontario, Canada; died 30 Oct 1897 in Hensall, Huron, Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 24 May 1866 in Canada James Cooper, born Aug 1839 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 18 Aug 1899 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of William Wilkinson Cooper and Ann Webster Butchart.

 

Notes for James Cooper

      In 1871, 1881, and 1891 the family farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario.

 

      Children of Margaret Paterson Doig and James Cooper were as follows:

+    187     i           Jemima Ann4 Cooper, born 17 Oct 1865 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  She married Angus Brown.

      188     ii          Margaret J.4 Cooper, born 1868/69 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.

+    189     iii         William Wilkinson4 Cooper, born 3 Feb 1871 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 27 Nov 1936 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Alice Bell.

+    190     iv         Jessie Jane4 Cooper, born 25 Mar 1873 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 May 1949 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada.  She married Franklin Upshall.

      191     v          Isabella Ellen4 Cooper, born 22 Mar 1875 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 24 Jun 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Andrew Blair Bell (see 157), born 8 Mar 1876 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Andrew Miller Bell and Mary Blair.

      192     vi         Lilly Malinda4 Cooper, born 12 Jul 1877 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      193     vii        Elsie Elizabeth4 Cooper, born 11 Aug 1879 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      194     viii       Robert James4 Cooper, born 21 Mar 1882 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      195     ix         Etta Olie4 Cooper, born 18 Feb 1886 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

61. James3 Doig (Robert2, Paul1), born 29 Apr 1849 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Nov 1874 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Phoebe Almina McClymont, born Dec 1845 in Quebec, Canada; died 11 Sep 1927 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, daughter of John McClymont and Diadema Mills.

 

Notes for James Doig

      [It was reported James did not marry. The IGI lists Phoebe McLiement married to John Doig, although this is patron submitted.]

     

      In 1871 James (22 Ontario) farmed in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with his wife Febo (23 USA), and daughter Margaret (1 Ontario) [Ref. 025-B-1-52].

 

      Children of James Doig and Phoebe Almina McClymont were as follows:

+    196     i           Margaret Agnes Paterson4 Doig, born 8 Nov 1869 in Hay, Ontario, Canada; christened 13 Feb 1870 in Stanley, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Nov 1938 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; buried 17 Nov 1938 in Columbia Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.  She married George Albert Wright.

      197     ii          Robert4 Doig, born 29 Oct 1871 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    198     iii         John Theodore Lawrence4 Doig, born 8 Dec 1873 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Sep 1939 in Redwood Co., MN; buried in Calvary Cemetery, Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN.  He married May Eugenia (Mae) Masters.

 

Generation 4

 

62. Robert4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 16 Feb 1837 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 15 Mar 1837 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1891 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  He married Jessie Eadie, born 1846/47 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland; died 23 Mar 1885 in Burnbank, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland, daughter of Robert Eadie and Mary Ann McLaren.

 

Notes for Robert Thomson

      In 1881 Robert farmed 170 arable acres at Burnbank Farm, Kincardine, Perth with his wife Jessie, daughter Mary, while employing 3 men, 3 boys, and 1 girl. In 1891 he farmed at Burnbank with daughter Mary, sister-in-law Marion Eadie, and 3 servants.

 

Notes for Jessie Eadie

      Witness to Jessie's death certificate was her husband Robert Thomson.

 

      Children of Robert Thomson and Jessie Eadie were as follows:

      199     i           Mary Ann McLaren5 Thomson, born 1878/79 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

63. James McArthur4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 28 Nov 1838 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 14 Jan 1839 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Jan 1913 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Catherine Cornelia Hotchkiss, born 1852 in CT; died 10 Mar 1892 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, daughter of Ashbel Cowles Hotchkiss and Leontine Abigail Lewis.

 

Notes for James McArthur Thomson

      James moved to America in 1856 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1880 he was a dry goods merchant in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT with his wife Cornelia children James and Leontin, and 3 servants. In 1900 he lived at 944 Asylum Avenue, Hartford with 3 children and 2 servants. In 1910 he lived at the same address with son Douglas, sister Anna M. Stearns (60 Scotland), and 3 servants.

     

      In 1913 James left funds for a Trust to be set up for a library in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. The library is still operational.

 

      Children of James McArthur Thomson and Catherine Cornelia Hotchkiss were as follows:

+    200     i           James Lewis5 Thomson, born 17 May 1877 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 23 Jul 1966 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Adelaide (Adela) L. (---).

+    201     ii          Leontine McArthur5 Thomson, born May 1878 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 1960.  She married James Terry.

+    202     iii         Douglas Hotchkiss5 Thomson, born 24 Sep 1885 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 21 Nov 1926 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Madora (Amadora) (---).

 

 

64. Janet (Jessie) Doig4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 14 Jan 1842 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 Feb 1842 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1924 in Meldrum, Alfredton, Wairarapa, New Zealand.  She married on 15 Nov 1864 in Burnbank, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland John Wingate, born 11 Sep 1836 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1927 in Meldrum, Alfredton, Wairarapa, New Zealand, son of Andrew Wingate and Margaret Finlayson.

 

Notes for Janet (Jessie) Doig Thomson

      Janet's will was probated in 1924.

 

Notes for John Wingate

      John Wingate emigrated to New Zealand in 1861. He came back for a year (according to the family) and married Janet Doig Thomson in 1864. Soon afterwards they left for New Zealand. John bought a block of land, which he cleared using horses and chains, and built a house which he called Meldrum, after the family farm in Scotland. It is now a big sheep farm and is owned by John's great-grandson, also John Wingate.

     

      John's will was probated in 1927.

     

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      In 1863, John returned to Scotland where he married Jessie Thompson of Stirling in 1864. They returned on the "Mallard" to Wellington, a voyage of six months.

     

      Their first born was Anne McArthur in 1865, in Wellington. They then moved to the Wairarapa to settle at Springvale (Nga Rata) where they built a small whare and farmed for three years. Two more daughters were born ' Margaret Helen, and Willenia Jessie. The latter was to marry Charles Weston, the Alfredton School teacher from 1891-94.

     

      John then managed ' for eleven years ' Manawa Station at Annadale where Matilda Maude Mary and Andrea Isabella were born, and John Gordon in 1876.

     

      In 1880, a bushclad block of 1300 acres (526.1 ha) ' the only piece of Manawa on the western side of the Tauwera River ' was purchased from Waring Taylor. John named this block Meldrum ' after the farm he had left in Stirling, Scotland.

     

      Meldrum homestead, with John Wingate and his family

     

      The house at Meldrum was built before the family moved from Manawa. The bricks being made on Meldrum, while the pit-sawn timber, mainly rimu, came from the bush area under Nga Puka.

     

      When John Gordon Wingate attended Alfredton School in 1891, he boarded at Te Hoe during the week, while his sisters were taught by a governess at home.

     

      Margaret Helen went on to write articles about the early life of her family. One story was published in "The Tales of Pioneer Women", a collection of stories by members of the Women's Institutes of New Zealand. In this story she tells of her mother's childbearing times, often without a doctor ' and sometimes even a nurse was unable to be present ' because of floods, storms and the sheer distance to be travelled.

     

      "Nature does not wait for man, and the little stranger had arrived even before the father had returned with the nurse. The mother was quite alone in the house, but she survived the ordeal and the child was born strong and well.

     

      When Mrs. Wingate's last child was born she was so weak that she became unconscious and nearly died, but her life was saved by the skill and devotion of the nurse, Miss Selina Sutherland. This nurse was a noted figure in the Wairarapa in the seventies and often rode fifty miles to a patient. She later became the first Matron of the first Hospital (Masterton Public).

     

      She wrote of Mrs. Telford of Blairlogie and Mrs. Wingate of Nga Rata and Manawa, who were great friends. These women blazed the trail. They ground the wheat grown by their husbands and made it into bread which they baked in camp ovens, their only light was evil smelling slush lamps or candles made from tallow, they made their own soap, their own and their children's clothes and very often their husbands as well. Their lives were completely isolated from the outside world with little or no means of communication.

     

      Sometimes people complain of the hardships of the present times."

     

      This article was published in 1940.

     

      A 13 year old daughter, Andrea, died during the Diphtheria Epidemic before a doctor could be brought on horseback from Masterton, but he was able to save one other ' by surgical means ' who had the scar for the rest of her life.

     

      At Meldrum, hospitality was the family's main means of social contact, visitors staying two to three days.

     

      C.F. and L.T. Daniell called on occasions. Another caller, W.B. Matheson, recorded in his diary at the time of his honeymoon March 28, 1899, "Fine day, Wingates very hospitable people. They had delicious pears, grapes, and apples". W.B. Matheson and his wife Annie (Speedy) often visited Wingates ' probably to break the journey between Annie's parents home at Woodbank, Cape Turnagain, and their own home in the Mangaone Valley. A light always shone from the window offering a welcome or a comfort as people passed by.

     

      The Meldrum homestead was at the cross-roads of the bullock tracks to Manawa, Alfredton, Glendonald and Burlings (to the north).

     

      Flour, tea, sugar and essential supplies came by bullock wagon from Castlepoint every six months, taking any goods for market on the return journey. One such dispatch ' addressed to an overseas market ' was two big barrels of salted butter, which had taken months to make. But nothing was ever heard of it again.

     

      Farming the land involved clearing the bush and making ditch and bank fences, as the area lacked heavy totara which could be used for post and rail fences, while wire was unavailable.

     

      At first only cattle were farmed, some going wild. Later, as more bush was cleared and the land was sown to establish good pastures, sheep were grazed. But Meldrum and its surrounding district was hit by the New Zealand wide plague of rabbits. John Gordon, the son, killed hundreds of rabbits, having a team of 25 rabbit dogs at one stage. The use of Pollard, poisoned with phosphorus (although cruel), managed to reduce rabbits to a controllable number, while the introduction of the stoat, weasel and ferret, also helped.

     

      In 1907, when John Wingate retired to Masterton, his son John Gordon took over the running of the farm, having spent time on fencing contracts and blade shearing on stations. He was noted too for his horsemanship, riding in hunts in the Tinui area.

     

      Using a Hillside plough, which worked in both directions, John became one of the first to try ploughing the hills. Later he used a two-furrow Reid and Grey plough pulled by horses that he himself had bred and broken in.

     

      He married Beatrice McLachlan in December 1911 and went to live at Meldrum. Some renovations were made to the house at this stage, corrugated iron being laid over the shingle roof. Beatrice's first child, Jessie, was born at Meldrum ' with a doctor and nurse in attendance. She travelled by horseback to Masterton for the confinement of Leta and John Duncan. Eric was born around the time the family moved to Opaki in 1919 ' and Enid in 1927.

     

      The school at Alfredton was some 13 miles from Meldrum along a clay road, so when Jessie was about seven years old the move to Opaki was inevitable for education purposes. Jessie remembers being tied on the pony, with her sister, before crossing the ford and travelling to Manawa to collect their mail. It was always a thrill to ride with their father. They had to stand with their hands clasped above their heads, while he rode by to lift them up and sit them in front of him on the saddle. She also recalls the purchase of a new buggy as the family grew, and visiting Alfredton. The family travelled up from Opaki to work on the farm during the busy season and at holiday times.

     

      Jock Millar, who had previously been working on Meldrum, now managed the farm while John Gordon used to ride up through Bideford to Meldrum, a route that was also used for shifting stock between the farm at Opaki and Meldrum.

     

      Access was improved, first by the bridging of the Tauweru River, and secondly by the metalling of 12 miles of clay road from Kilmory to Manawa during the depression.

     

      Bert Duckett managed Meldrum for eight years from 1930 to 1938, his sons Leo and Harold doing fencing, road metalling and scrubcutting.

     

      Bob May was another manager but he left in 1941, and with many of the country's young men at war, and petrol being rationed, John Gordon (now in his late sixties) had to ride to Meldrum from Opaki and look after both farms.

     

      John Duncan was overseas for two and a half years, during W.W.II, returning to manage the farm from 1944 to 1948, when he purchased it.

     

      In 1946 he married Sheila Kennedy. Sheila remembers the house being warm, with two storeys and three attic-type bedrooms as well as two downstairs. The pantry was very large ' for the storage of the bulk supplies of earlier days. Sheila said, "It was like a black hole, without electric lights ' candles and coleman lanterns were used. Cooking was done on a wood range and the woodbox was always empty." Then a new range and boiler system that burnt wood and coal was installed, while a windmill pumped water from the Tauweru River.

     

      A Mrs. Potts iron was always on the stove, as was the kettle. Electricity did not come until 1957, prior to them moving into the new house.

     

      By this time it was possible to travel from the Nga Puka mailbox to Masterton 'and home again on the same day ' by catching the Alfredton, and then the Pongaroa Mail Bus Service.

     

      Scrub was again a problem. The team of eight horses that John by now had got together after his return from the war, was used with the giant discs and a swamp plough (with a 20 inch furrow) to break in the land. A team of three horses was used when drilling.

     

      Progress continued and a David Brown crawler was purchased in 1956, enabling 90 acres of land to be worked in the one year.

     

      A DeSoto truck was used for wool and other farm cartage.

     

      John and Sheila had a family of six children ' John Andrew, Julie, Adrian, Betty, Marie and Laurence.

     

      The distance from Alfredton School meant John had to start his schooling at Hadlow in Masterton, until three of the children were of school age when they travelled on the Transport Bus to school ' a long trip each day for a five year old.

     

      However, correspondence schooling was again necessary in the late 1960s. Because of the lack of children on Castlehill, the school bus only ran as far as Kilmory.

     

      A new house was built about 1957 when all the buildings were renewed because of the borer damage to the untreated rimu timber. Some sound timber was used to build a three-stand raised-board shearing shed.

     

      Four generations of Wingates, all named John

     

      Four generations of Wingates, all named John.

     

      In 1969, when John Andrew married Carol Goodin, John and Sheila moved to Masterton.

     

      During this time, scrub clearing, land development and fencing had been continued and with an improved Romney flock, a Romney ram breeding programme was begun in 1970.

     

      Although the roads have improved over the years it is still a 25 minute trip to Alfredton.

     

      John and Carol have five daughters ' the fifth generation of Wingates on Meldrum.

     

      Mona and Meldrum are bounded on the east by the Castlehill Block of the Ngaumu State Forest, which, with modern equipment ' scrub rollers, spraying and naphtha fire ' has been cleared of scrub and is planted in pine trees: work for the future!

 

      Children of Janet (Jessie) Doig Thomson and John Wingate were as follows:

      203     i           Ann (Annie) McArthur5 Wingate, born 1865 in Wellington, New Zealand; died 1957 in New Zealand.  She married in 1899 in New Zealand David Henry Speedy, born 1863/64; died 1940 in New Zealand.

      204     ii          Margaret Helen5 Wingate, born 1867 in New Zealand; died 1955 in New Zealand.   Notes: Margaret did not marry.

      205     iii         Willena Jessie5 Wingate, born 1868 in New Zealand; died 1929 in New Zealand.  She married in 1891 in New Zealand Charles Weston, born abt 1866.

      206     iv         Matilda Maud Mary5 Wingate, born 1870 in New Zealand; died 1896 in New Zealand.  She married in 1894 in New Zealand David Henry Speedy, born 1863/64; died 1940 in New Zealand.

      207     v          Andrea Isabella5 Wingate, born 1873 in New Zealand.

+    208     vi         John Gordon5 Wingate, born 1876 in New Zealand; died 1948 in New Zealand.  He married Beatrice Therese McLachlan.

 

 

65. William4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 4 Jul 1844 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Aug 1844 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 25 Nov 1873 in Dunblane, 'Perth,' Scotland Mary Morrison, born 1847 in Dunblane, 'Perth,' Scotland; christened 15 Mar 1847 in United Presbyterian Church, Dunblane, 'Perth,' Scotland, daughter of John Morrison and Agnes Crawford.

 

Notes for William Thomson

      In 1881 William was bank teller at 3 Ferpark Terrace, Barony, Glasgow with wife Mary, sons William, John, and James, and a servant. In 1891 he was a bank teller in Cadder, Lanark with Mary, children William, John, and Annie, and a servant.

 

      Children of William Thomson and Mary Morrison were as follows:

      209     i           William5 Thomson, born 14 Oct 1874 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

      210     ii          John Crawford5 Thomson, born 1876/77 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

      211     iii         James McArthur5 Thomson, born 1879/80 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

      212     iv         Annie M.5 Thomson, born 1885/86 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

 

 

66. Paul4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 15 Apr 1846 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 17 May 1846 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1909 in CT.  He married in 1880 Jenette (Nettie) Delanna Metcalf, born May 1854 in NH, daughter of Mary M. (---).

 

Notes for Paul Thomson

      Paul entered the US in 1871 and became a naturalized citizen. In 1880 Paul farmed in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT with two farm laborers. In 1900 he farmed in West Hartford with his wife Nettie D., sons Carlyle and Robert, and mother-in-law Mary M. Metcalf; he reported being married 20 years with 3 children, all living.

 

      Children of Paul Thomson and Jenette (Nettie) Delanna Metcalf were as follows:

+    213     i           William Wallace5 Thomson, born 21 May 1881 in West Hartford, CT; died Aug 1977 in Melbourne Beach, Brevard Co., FL.  He married Rebekah Bulkeley Wheeler.

+    214     ii          Carlyle Clifford5 Thomson, born 19 Mar 1884 in CT; died Feb 1967 in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.  He married Alice Harvey.

      215     iii         Robert Roy5 Thomson, born Mar 1891 in CT.

 

 

68. Ann M.4 Thomson (Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 19 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 31 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1931 in MA.  She married in 1876/77 George M. Stearns, born 1850/51 in NH; died bef 1900 in MA.

 

Notes for Ann M. Thomson

      Ann was christened 5 days after her mother's death.

     

      Anna entered the US in 1871. In 1900 Annie lived at 182 Florida Street, Springfield, Hampden Co., MA with sons Phillip and Malcolm, niece Mary Thompson (May 1868 Scotland), and a lodger. In 1910 she lived with her brother James in Hartford, CT; she reported being married 33 years with 3 children.

 

Notes for George M. Stearns

      In 1880 George was a professor in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS with wife Anna and son Thomson.

 

      Children of Ann M. Thomson and George M. Stearns were as follows:

      216     i           John Thomson5 Stearns, born 15 Oct 1879 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS.

+    217     ii          Phillip Brooks5 Stearns, born 15 Nov 1880 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS; died 31 May 1930 in Albany, Albany Co., NY.  He married Estelle B. (---).

+    218     iii         Malcolm5 Stearns, born 19 Oct 1885 in MA.  He married Annis Kendall.

 

 

69. Janet (Jessie)4 Dewar (Janet3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 10 Dec 1849 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 22 Jan 1850 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 20 May 1907 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  She married on 15 Apr 1874 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland Peter McIntyre, born 10 Oct 1847 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Oct 1847 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1878 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland, son of John McIntyre and Christian McMartin.

 

Notes for Janet (Jessie) Dewar

      In 1881 Jessie McIntyer lived with her parents at Castle Farm. She was listed as a widow and had a son John.

 

      Children of Janet (Jessie) Dewar and Peter McIntyre were as follows:

      219     i           John Dewar5 McIntyre, born 9 Feb 1875 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 6 Feb 1893 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

70. Elizabeth4 Dewar (Janet3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1851/52 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; christened 20 Jan 1852 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1932 in Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  She married on 19 Jan 1875 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland William King, born 1841/42 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland, son of William King and Janet King.

 

Notes for William King

      In 1881 William farmed at Earn Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, with 210 arable acres employing 3 men, 3 boys, and 1 girl; with him were his wife Elizabeth, children James M. and John D., and a servant Helen McCallum, age 14 from Kilmadock. In 1891 he farmed at Wolf Star, Pencaitland, East Lothian with his wife Elizabeth, children Jessie, John, and Alexander, and his sister Janet Arthur Dewar, her daughters Peggy and Kate, and two servants. In 1901 he farmed at Wolfstar Farmhouse, Pencaitland, East Lothian with Elizabeth, children Jessie and Alex, and 2 servants.

 

      Children of Elizabeth Dewar and William King were as follows:

      220     i           William5 King, born 1876 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 22 Mar 1879 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

      221     ii          Janet (Jessie) McArthur5 King, born 1878 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1931 in Scotland.

      222     iii         John Dewar5 King, born 1880 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1950 in Scotland.

+    223     iv         Alexander5 King, born 1884 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 22 Jul 1955 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; buried in Warriston Crematorium, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  He married (1) Jean Violet Stewart; (2) Margaret Shanks.

      224     v          William5 King, born 1884 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 1884 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

73. Margaret4 McArthur (Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1848/49 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 27 Dec 1882 in York Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 3 Mar 1874 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Richard McGregor, born 14 Apr 1846 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 15 Jan 1914 in Ontario, Canada, son of Duncan McGregor and Sarah Waterhouse.

 

      Children of Margaret McArthur and Richard McGregor were as follows:

      225     i           Jane Downs5 McGregor, born 12 Mar 1876 in York Co., Ontario, Canada; died 5 Jul 1886 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.

      226     ii          Duncan John5 McGregor, born 5 Jun 1878 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.

      227     iii         Frederick William5 McGregor, born 18 May 1881 in Riverside, York Co., Ontario, Canada.

      228     iv         Robert (Bertie)5 McGregor, born 7 Dec 1882 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

75. Robert4 McArthur (Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1 Jan 1852 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1935 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ann Louttit, born 15 Apr 1859 in Ontario, Canada; died 17 Jan 1929 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Peter Louttit and Margaret Higgison.

 

Notes for Robert McArthur

      In 1901 Robert farmed in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario Canada with wife Margaret and 8 children.

 

      Children of Robert McArthur and Margaret Ann Louttit were as follows:

      229     i           Louis5 McArthur, born 24 May 1882 in Ontario, Canada.

      230     ii          Jean Bell (Jennie)5 McArthur, born 11 Mar 1884 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 6 Jun 1906 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Peter Adamson Manson, born 1870/71, son of John Manson and Sarah Finlayson.

      231     iii         Violet Higgison5 McArthur, born 20 Nov 1885 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Mar 1916 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 20 Dec 1906 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Robert Daniel Bell (see 144), born 1880 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1970 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Daniel (Donald) Smith Bell and Margaret (Maggie) Hobkirk.

      232     iv         Grace5 McArthur, born 27 May 1888 in Ontario, Canada.

      233     v          Jessie5 McArthur, born 4 Dec 1890 in Ontario, Canada.

      234     vi         Ellen5 McArthur, born 14 May 1893 in Ontario, Canada.

      235     vii        Sydney5 McArthur, born 26 May 1895 in Ontario, Canada.

      236     viii       Elliot Ray5 McArthur, born 25 Jan 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

80. Elizabeth4 McArthur (Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1 Feb 1859 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Sep 1936 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 8 Oct 1884 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Richard McGregor, born 14 Apr 1846 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 15 Jan 1914 in Ontario, Canada, son of Duncan McGregor and Sarah Waterhouse.

 

      Children of Elizabeth McArthur and Richard McGregor were as follows:

      237     i           Jessie5 McGregor, born 31 Dec 1885 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 Dec 1922 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    238     ii          Lily Jane5 McGregor, born 29 Feb 1888 in York Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Apr 1965 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Roger Joseph Coxworth.

      239     iii         Richard Roy5 McGregor, born 19 Aug 1891 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

81. John Bell4 McArthur (Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 26 Oct 1862 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Nov 1914 in Clifford, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 5 Oct 1887 in Goderich, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Rebecca Andrews Ball, born 16 May 1856; died 26 Oct 1902 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Stephen Ball and Jane (---).

 

Notes for John Bell McArthur

      MARRIAGE:

Rebecca's sister Mary Jane Ball married Jabez Henry Dyke the same day in a dual ceremony.

 

      Children of John Bell McArthur and Rebecca Andrews Ball were as follows:

      240     i           William Robert Stephen5 McArthur, born 23 Jul 1889 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      241     ii          John James5 McArthur, born 28 Dec 1893 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 29 Sep 1927 in Oxford, Ontario, Canada Maida Montelena Sherwood, born 9 Oct 1896 in Oxford, Ontario, Canada; died 1996 in Oxford, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Albert Morrison Sherwood and Harriet E. (---).

      242     iii         Arthur Ross5 McArthur, born 16 May 1896 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 20 Dec 1976 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married on 3 Apr 1925 in Alhambra, Los Angeles Co., CA Doris Marie Melvin, born 30 Jan 1896 in Princeton, Bureau Co., IL; died 8 Oct 1988 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of Claude D. Melvin and Jennie A. Johnson.   Notes: In 1930 Arthur was a tin ware tinner at 3007 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA with wife Doris (hat shop milliner); they were living with her parents. He became a naturalized US citizen on 11 Sep 1937.

 

 

83. James4 McArthur (Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 12 Aug 1868 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 19 Nov 1909 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 7 Sep 1897 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Alice Welsh, born Dec 1876 in North Devon, England, daughter of Richard Welsh and Mary J. (---).

 

      Children of James McArthur and Alice Welsh were as follows:

      243     i           Robert Elgin5 McArthur, born 30 Sep 1898 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 25 Mar 1989 in Morden, Manitoba, Canada.  He married on 12 Nov 1925 in Snowflake, Manitoba, Canada Jessie Gertrude (Gertie) Booker, born 22 Jan 1903 in Snowflake, Manitoba, Canada; died 27 Jul 1992 in Morden, Manitoba, Canada.

+    244     ii          Kenneth James5 McArthur, born 26 Sep 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died Aug 1989 in Prairie View Lodge, Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Canada.  He married Florence Leatha Findlay.

      245     iii         Jessie Jane5 McArthur, born 15 Dec 1901 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      246     iv         Edith Mary5 McArthur, born 16 Oct 1903 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1995 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  She married in 1926 in Snowflake, Manitoba, Canada George McLenaghan, born 1903 in Dalhousie Township, Lanark Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1989 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

 

 

86. Arthur Alexander4 Doig (Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born abt 1874 in Jamaica, West Indies; died abt 1960.  He married Minerva Averil Miller, born abt 1878 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for Arthur Alexander Doig

      Arthur worked for the Jamaica Rubber Company. He was an accountant. He died at age 86.

 

      Children of Arthur Alexander Doig and Minerva Averil Miller were as follows:

+    247     i           Kissock Arthur St.Clair (Sinclair Alexander)5 Doig, born 25 Jul 1913 in Portland, Jamaica; died abt 1973.  He married Carmen Grace (---).

+    248     ii          Gloria Faye Miller5 Doig, born 7 Feb 1915 in Portland, Jamaica.  She married Russell Elliott LeWars , O.B.E., J.P..

      249     iii         Louis (Louie) Anthony5 Doig, born 7 Nov 1916 in Kingston, Jamaica.

      250     iv         Nesta Erlaison5 Doig, born 9 Jan 1921 in Hope Street, Woodford Park, St. Andrew, Jamaica.

+    251     v          Merle Elaine5 Doig, born 10 Aug 1925 in Hope Street, Woodford Park, St. Andrew, Jamaica.  She married Mr. Hanna.

 

 

87. Henry Clarence4 Doig (Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 1876 in Jamaica; died 1967.  He married (1) Fortunee Andree, born 1900 in Port Limon, Costa Rica; (2) Mary Burke.

 

Notes for Fortunee Andree

      In 1992 Fortunee lived in Panama with her two daughters.

 

      Children of Henry Clarence Doig and Fortunee Andree were as follows:

      252     i           Gloria5 Doig, born 1 Oct 1920 in Panama.   Notes: In 1992 Gloria lived with her mother and sister in Panama.

+    253     ii          Elmo Henry5 Doig, born 14 Aug 1923 in Panama City, Panama; died 12 Feb 2010 in Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie Co., FL.  He married Silvia Delmira Doran.

      254     iii         Yvonne Patricia5 Doig, born 1926 in Panama.   Notes: In 1992 Yvonne lived with her mother and sister in Panama.

 

      Children of Henry Clarence Doig and Mary Burke were as follows:

+    255     i           Conrad5 Doig, born 30 Jul 1932 in Colon, Panama.  He married Hilda Bandhu.

+    256     ii          Hyacynth L.5 Doig, born 1933/34.  She married Daniel Y. Motogawa.

 

 

88. Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig (Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 10 Oct 1852 in Jamaica; christened 23 Nov 1856 in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica; died 1901.  She married Philip Twentyman Brown, born abt 1848 Of Jamaica, West Indies; died 1907.

 

      Children of Mary Elizabeth Maria Doig and Philip Twentyman Brown were as follows:

+    257     i           Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, born 1874 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1937 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married William Stephen Fitz-Ritson.

      258     ii          Ethel Rebecca5 Brown, born 1876 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1947 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      259     iii         Philip Twentyman5 Brown II, born 1878 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1918 in Jamaica, West Indies.   Notes: Philip was a stocky man who liked to wear white suits and a Panama straw hat.  He narrowly escaped death when the store where he worked was destroyed in the 1907 earthquake.  He was a storeowner in Kingston.  He owned a racehorse called Sansilk.  Philip was reputed to be a miser.  He was said (jokingly) to have been the meanest man in Kingston, if not all Jamaica.

      260     iv         Lydia Ann5 Brown, born 1880 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1932 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      261     v          Paul Doig5 Brown, born abt 1882 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1920 in Panama.   Notes: Paul was distinctive for his large, somewhat hooked nose.  He worked as a book-keeper on a sugar estate.  He migrated to Panama. Paul married Panama, but there were no children by the marriage.

+    262     vi         Miriam DeCasseres5 Brown, born abt 1884 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1935 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Malcolm McLeod Kerr.

      263     vii        Alexander Martin5 Brown, born 22 Nov 1886 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica; died 1931 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      264     viii       Alice Maud5 Brown, born 10 Sep 1889 in Trelawney, Cornwall, Jamaica.   Notes: As a young girl she worked for her brother, Philip, at his store in Kingston.

 

 

91. Lilian Eliza4 White (Eliza3 Doig, Paul2, Paul1), born abt 1870 in Jamaica.  She married Herbert Edward Todd, born May 1864 in Orange Valley, Trelawny, Jamaica; christened 28 Jan 1865 in Trelawny, Jamaica.

 

Notes for Herbert Edward Todd

      Herbert was 8 months old at his christening, with no parents listed.

 

      Children of Lilian Eliza White and Herbert Edward Todd were as follows:

+    265     i           Lescar Denvil5 Todd, born 1 Sep 1895 in St. Mary, Jamaica.  He married Hope Matilda Laughton.

      266     ii          Claire Louise5 Todd, born 16 Apr 1897 in Trelawny, Jamaica; died Infant in Jamaica.

      267     iii         Helen Eliza5 Todd, born 1898 in Jamaica.  She married Mr. Hamilton.

 

 

104. John M.4 McLean (Janet (Jessie)3 Bell, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1844/45 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Jun 1917 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 17 Feb 1870 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Mary Walker, born Jan 1849/49 in Canada; died 14 Aug 1874 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of George Walker and Ann (---).

 

Notes for John M. McLean

      MARRIAGE:

Witness was William Charters of Tuckersmith (brother-in-law).

 

      Children of John M. McLean and Mary Walker were as follows:

      268     i           Jessie Ann5 McLean, born 20 Feb 1871 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 17 Oct 1888 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Hugh McGregor, born 1862/63 in Ontario, Canada, son of John McGregor and Isabella Mustard.

 

 

106. David4 McLean (Janet (Jessie)3 Bell, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1848/49 in Ontario, Canada.  He married Margaret Ross, born 1858/59 in Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for David McLean

      In 1891 David farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron South, Ontario with wife Margaret and children James, Jessie, and Alvin.

 

      Children of David McLean and Margaret Ross were as follows:

      269     i           John5 McLean, born 1874/75 in Ontario, Canada.

      270     ii          James M.5 McLean, born 1876/77 in Ontario, Canada.

      271     iii         Grace5 McLean, born 9 Jun 1881 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      272     iv         Janet (Jessie) Ross5 McLean, born 15 Dec 1883 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      273     v          Alvin5 McLean, born 1885/86 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

107. Robert Bell4 McLean (Janet (Jessie)3 Bell, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 19 Mar 1850 in Ontario, Canada; died 8 Aug 1924 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Minnie Kerr, born 1853/54 in Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for Robert Bell McLean

      In 1891 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Merrin, children, James, William, and Jessie, and father James McLean.

 

      Children of Robert Bell McLean and Minnie Kerr were as follows:

      274     i           James Bell5 McLean, born 6 Sep 1877 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 7 Jun 1935 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      275     ii          William John5 McLean, born 29 Aug 1879 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      276     iii         Jessie5 McLean, born 28 Apr 1883 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      277     iv         Minnie Myrtle5 McLean, born 15 Feb 1892 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

111. Robert Paterson4 Bell (William3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 23 Feb 1852 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 30 Apr 1928 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 3 May 1928 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) on 25 Mar 1874 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Elizabeth (Betsy) McLaren, born 1851/52 in Ontario, Canada; died 3 Mar 1885 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert McLaren; (2) on 12 May 1886 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Elizabeth Dick, born 1859/60 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 Aug 1892 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Thomas Dick and Margaret (---); (3) on 8 Jun 1897 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Mary Ann Workman, born 4 Feb 1870 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Workman and Mary Jane Moffatt.

 

Notes for Robert Paterson Bell

      Witness to Robert's death certificate was his brother James A. Bell.

 

      Children of Robert Paterson Bell and Elizabeth (Betsy) McLaren were as follows:

      278     i           Mary5 Bell, born 28 Dec 1876 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Jan 1877 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      279     ii          Betsey A.5 Bell, born 9 Sep 1878 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 31 May 1904 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

      Children of Robert Paterson Bell and Elizabeth Dick were as follows:

      280     i           Jessie Louise5 Bell, born 29 Oct 1887 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

      Children of Robert Paterson Bell and Mary Ann Workman were as follows:

      281     i           William John5 Bell, born 15 Nov 1899 in Stanley Twp, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 10 Oct 1952 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    282     ii          Mary Margaret5 Bell, born 11 Nov 1904 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1982 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Thomas Pryde.

 

 

112. Janet (Jessie) Jack4 Bell (William3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1853/54 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 5 Dec 1956 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  She married on 26 Dec 1881 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Capt. George Alexander McMorran, born 11 Oct 1844 in Ireland; died 21 Apr 1918 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL, son of Daniel McMorran and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for Capt. George Alexander McMorran

      Alexander came to the US in 1870 where he was a steamship captain on the Great Lakes. In 1900 he lived at 505 Herndon Street, Chicago, Cook Co., IL with wife Jessie and 4 children.

 

      Children of Janet (Jessie) Jack Bell and Capt. George Alexander McMorran were as follows:

      283     i           William George5 McMorran, born Oct 1882 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

      284     ii          Jessie E.5 McMorran, born Jan 1884 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

      285     iii         Thomas J.5 McMorran, born Apr 1887 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

      286     iv         Francis J.5 McMorran, born Jul 1890 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

      287     v          Child5 McMorran, born abt 1893 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Infant in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

 

 

116. Jane (Jeanie)4 Bell (William3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1862/63 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 11 Nov 1885 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada John Robson Hobkirk, born 18 Jul 1856 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 8 Oct 1925 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 11 Oct 1925 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of George Hobkirk and Margaret Robson.

 

      Children of Jane (Jeanie) Bell and John Robson Hobkirk were as follows:

      288     i           Jessie Paterson5 Hobkirk, born 2 Jul 1887 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      289     ii          Maggie Isabella5 Hobkirk, born 14 Sep 1889 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      290     iii         George Arnold5 Hobkirk, born 22 Mar 1894 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      291     iv         Mary Bell5 Hobkirk, born 7 May 1896 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      292     v          William John Robson5 Hobkirk, born 24 Jan 1900 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

118. James Alexander4 Bell (William3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1868/69 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Jul 1935 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 2 Oct 1891 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Margaret Fairbairn, born 24 Nov 1870 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Elliot Fairbairn and Mary Hobkirk.

 

      Children of James Alexander Bell and Margaret Fairbairn were as follows:

      293     i           William Robert5 Bell, born 28 May 1893 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      294     ii          Mary Hobkirk5 Bell, born 20 Dec 1895 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      295     iii         Jessie May5 Bell, born 15 May 1899 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      296     iv         Elliot Ross5 Bell, born 29 May 1902 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      297     v          Roy James5 Bell, born 2 Dec 1910 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1959 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Ruby E. Stone, born 1915; died 1964 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Wesley Edward Stone and Eunice Ann Kernick.

 

 

122. James4 Bell (Robert3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 18 Feb 1860 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 20 Oct 1918 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 18 Jan 1905 in Brucefield, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Ann (Annie) L. Troyer, born 24 Jan 1877 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Stephen Troyer and Eliza Jane Greenslade.

 

Notes for James Bell

      In 1911 James farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Ann and daughter Effie.

 

      Children of James Bell and Ann (Annie) L. Troyer were as follows:

      298     i           Effie Margaret Robina5 Bell, born 19 Nov 1905 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

126. Ann4 Bell (Robert3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born Sep 1871 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Feb 1937 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 13 Apr 1898 in Hensall, Huron, Ontario, Canada Thomas Welsh, born Mar 1870 in Devonshire, England, son of Robert Welsh and Mary Scott.

 

Notes for Thomas Welsh

      In 1911 Thomas was a manufacturer with a saw mill in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Annie and daughters Florence and Dorothy.

 

      Children of Ann Bell and Thomas Welsh were as follows:

      299     i           Florence Margaret Rebecca5 Welsh, born 21 Oct 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      300     ii          Dorothy Isabella Doig5 Welsh, born 11 Sep 1906 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      301     iii         Thomas Scott5 Welsh, born 27 Jan 1912 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

128. Isabella Adelaide (Addie)4 Bell (Robert3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 28 Oct 1879 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Donald McLeod, born Dec 1876 in Scotland.

 

Notes for Donald McLeod

      Donald entered Canada in 1906, his native tongue being Gaelic. In 1911 he was a builder at 632 Sixth Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta with wife Adelaide, sister-in-law Margaret R. Bell, and 10 boarders. In 1911 he  was a mason at the same address with Isabella, son Donald, sister-in-law Margaret Bell, and 5 lodgers.

 

      Children of Isabella Adelaide (Addie) Bell and Donald McLeod were as follows:

      302     i           Donald5 McLeod, born 1911/12 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

 

 

132. Ann (Annie)4 Bell (Paul Doig3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 18 Jan 1863 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 22 Jul 1945 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 15 Mar 1905 in Canada Duncan Stewart, born 14 Jan 1867 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2 Sep 1969 in Clinton, Ontario, Canada, son of Robert Stewart and Jane Ross.

 

      Children of Ann (Annie) Bell and Duncan Stewart were as follows:

+    303     i           William Murdoch5 Stewart, born 29 Jan 1907 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Jessie Findlay Lundie.

 

 

144. Robert Daniel4 Bell (Daniel (Donald) Smith3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1880 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1970 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married (1) on 20 Dec 1906 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Violet Higgison McArthur (see 231), born 20 Nov 1885 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 23 Mar 1916 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Robert McArthur and Margaret Ann Louttit; (2) on 2 Jan 1918 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Mary Mabel Clark, born 29 Jul 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Matthew Clark and Emily Cottle.

 

Notes for Robert Daniel Bell

      In 1911 Robert farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Violet, son Glenn, and a servant.

 

      Children of Robert Daniel Bell and Violet Higgison McArthur were as follows:

+    304     i           Glenn Earl5 Bell, born 1 Mar 1911 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Loretta (---).

 

 

145. William George4 Bell (Daniel (Donald) Smith3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 28 Sep 1883 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1950 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 14 Oct 1908 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Carolyn (Carrie) Gould, born 7 Apr 1884 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1967 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of John Gould and Mary McDonald.

 

Notes for William George Bell

      In 1911 George lived in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario with Carrie, son Clifford, and a servant.

 

      Children of William George Bell and Carolyn (Carrie) Gould were as follows:

+    305     i           Harold Clifford5 Bell, born 12 Nov 1909 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1969 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Edith May McBride.

      306     ii          Margruetta Maria5 Bell, born 11 Jun 1912 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      307     iii         Alvin Donald5 Bell, born 15 Apr 1917 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 27 Jan 1944 in WWII; buried in Runnymede Memorial, Englefield Green, Surrey, England.   Notes: Alvin was in the Royal Canadian Air Force during WWII, and was KIA.

 

 

149. Helen (Ellen)4 Bell (James S.3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 25 Dec 1874 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1959 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 31 Jul 1912 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Hugh McEwan, born 1870 in Canada; died 1958 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Alexander McEwan and Mary Mustard.

 

      Children of Helen (Ellen) Bell and Hugh McEwan were as follows:

      308     i           Hugh Alexander5 McEwan, born 31 Aug 1914 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 10 Jun 1995 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Hazel Jean Uttley, born 1 Apr 1916.

      309     ii          James F.5 McEwan, born 1916 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1980 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

157. Andrew Blair4 Bell (Andrew Miller3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 8 Mar 1876 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 24 Jun 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Isabella Ellen Cooper (see 191), born 22 Mar 1875 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of James Cooper and Margaret Paterson Doig.

 

Notes for Andrew Blair Bell

      In 1911 Andrew farmed in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario with wife Isabella, son William, and servant William Riley (66 England).

 

      Children of Andrew Blair Bell and Isabella Ellen Cooper were as follows:

      310     i           William James Forsyth5 Bell, born 5 Apr 1908 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

168. Harry Bell4 Hunt (Elizabeth3 Bell, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1873/74 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 12 Jun 1907 in Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada Harriet Ann Wright, born 1887/88 in Canada, daughter of Joseph Wright and Harriet Ann McCarty.

 

      Children of Harry Bell Hunt and Harriet Ann Wright were as follows:

      311     i           Clifford Wright5 Hunt, born 7 Mar 1902 in Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.

      312     ii          Harriet Elizabeth5 Hunt, born 15 Aug 1903 in Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.

      313     iii         Harry Bretton5 Hunt, born 21 Jun 1905 in Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.

      314     iv         Joseph Wright5 Hunt, born 26 Dec 1908 in Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

170. Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig (Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 16 Apr 1860 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1900/10 in OH.  She married on 19 Apr 1883 in Flint, Genesee Co., MI Boyd Curtis Lacy, born Feb 1862 in Fulton Co., OH; died 5 Dec 1938 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH, son of Betsey A. (---).

 

Notes for Christina Mena (Tena) Doig

      MARRIAGE:

The were married by Alex W. Seabrease, Rector of St. Paul's Church. Witnesses were Betsey A. Thompson and Eliza H. Seabrease.

 

Notes for Boyd Curtis Lacy

      In 1870 Boyd lived with his mother Betsey in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH. In 1900 Boyd was a cement worker residing at Swan Creek, Fulton Co., OH with his wife Christina and children Henry, Jessie, and Robroy. In 1910 Boyd was a widower and cement work finisher living with his daughter Jessie in Fulton Co., OH. In 1930 Boyd was a pool room salesman living at 26 Melissa Street, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH with the family of his daughter Jessie Shrode.

     

      Death date listed for Boyd E. Lacy.

     

      Children of Christina Mena (Tena) Doig and Boyd Curtis Lacy were as follows:

+    315     i           William Henry5 Lacy, born 26 Jan 1884 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 1952 in Lucas Co., OH.  He married Emma M. Kolbow.

+    316     ii          Jessie Ellen5 Lacy, born 29 Sep 1885 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 1951 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.  She married John H. Shrode.

+    317     iii         Robert Roy5 Lacy, born 12 Sep 1887 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 24 Jan 1959 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH.  He married Dessie Zenobia Curtis.

 

 

172. James4 Doig (Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 14 Apr 1864 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died abt 1895 in Canada.  He married on 4 Feb 1893 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Sarah Jane Hudson, born 17 Jun 1869 in Hay, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Jul 1951 in Victoria, BC, Canada; buried in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, BC, Canada, daughter of William Hudson and Eliza Jamieson.

 

Notes for James Doig

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Ellen Galloway and Nellie Galloway, both of Seaforth.

 

      Children of James Doig and Sarah Jane Hudson were as follows:

      318     i           James Paul5 Doig, born 24 Jun 1893 in Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Apr 1969 in Victoria, BC, Canada.  He married on 17 Oct 1916 in Victoria, BC, Canada Margaret Garden, born 21 Jul 1892 in Scotland; died 5 Dec 1964 in Victoria, BC, Canada, daughter of Alexander Garden and Mary Annand.   Notes: James' mother remarried to Francis William Townsend and took that surname. In 1921 James Townsend was a dairyman in Nanaimo, BC, Canada with wife Margaret, brother Vincent, and a boarder.

 

 

173. Robert Campbell4 Doig (Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 23 Mar 1866 in Mill of Goodie, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 1949 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 30 Dec 1896 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Margaret Laidlaw, born 25 Feb 1868 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Dec 1938 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of George Laidlaw and Mary McEwing.

 

Notes for Robert Campbell Doig

      Robert came with his family to Canada in 1868. In 1901 Robert and famly lived with his mother Catherine in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario. In 1917 he lived at R.R. No. 4, Seaforth, Ontario.

     

      On 5 Jan 1944 crossed the border to Buffalo, New York to visit his sister Ellen Doig in Kenmore, NY.

 

      Children of Robert Campbell Doig and Margaret Laidlaw were as follows:

+    319     i           Paul5 Doig, born 22 Dec 1899 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 6 May 1991 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Mae Carnochan McGeoch.

      320     ii          George (Sandy)5 Doig, born 15 Oct 1902 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died abt 1902 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: George is buried with his parents.

      321     iii         Catherine C.5 Doig, born 7 Feb 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died bef 1995.  She married on 17 Aug 1927 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada William James Brown, born 28 Nov 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Angus Brown and Jemima Ann Cooper.

+    322     iv         James5 Doig, born 6 Jul 1905 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Oct 1995 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Dorothea (Dorothy) Eleanor Eady.

      323     v          Robert John (Sandy)5 Doig, born 3 Dec 1909 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2002 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Gladys Jane Coleman, born abt 1915 in Canada; died 2006 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

178. Margaret (Maggie, Margie)4 Doig (John3, James2, Paul1), born 25 Aug 1874 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Feb 1902 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.  She married in 1897 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland John McNab, born 8 Sep 1874 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland, son of James McNab and Margaret Tennent.

 

Notes for Margaret (Maggie, Margie) Doig

      In 1901 Margie lived with her parents and son James in Low Town, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth.

     

      Witness to Maggie's death certificate was her husband John McNab.

 

Notes for John McNab

      In 1901 John was a joiner living alone at 113 Caldonia Road, Govan, Glasgow.

 

      Children of Margaret (Maggie, Margie) Doig and John McNab were as follows:

      324     i           James5 McNab, born 1900 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

 

 

180. Robert4 Doig (John3, James2, Paul1), born 26 Aug 1879 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 27 Dec 1938 in Factory Street, Georgetown, Halton Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 29 Dec 1938 in Georgetown, Halton Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 9 Jun 1903 in Norrieston Manse, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland Janet (Jeanette) Stewart Scott, born 1879/80 in Slamanan, Stirling, Scotland; died aft 1938 Of Ontario, Canada, daughter of James Stewart Scott and Margaret McKellar.

 

Notes for Robert Doig

      In 1903 Robert was a farm servant in Low Town, Thornhill. In 1921 he lived in Buckyett Cottage, Thornhill. His sister died in 1902, parents in 1919, and brother committed suicide in 1921, leaving him with no close family.

     

      Robert sailed on 15 June 1921 on the "Tunisian" and entered Canada bound to join cousin Robert Doig at Seaforth, Ontario. With him were his wife Janet and children Helen, Margaret, and John. His nearest relative left behind was cousin Robert Sands of Ward of Goodie, Thornhill.

     

      Robert last worked as a laborer in a porcelin factory making electrial insulators. He retired two years before his death.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Scott and Lizzie Sutherland.

 

Notes for Janet (Jeanette) Stewart Scott

      In 1903 Janet was a domestic servant in Low Town, Thornhill.

 

      Children of Robert Doig and Janet (Jeanette) Stewart Scott were as follows:

      325     i           John5 Doig, born 10 Jun 1903 in Glencross, Midlothian, Scotland; died in Canada.   Notes: Birth recorded in Denny, Stirling. In 1911 he lived with his grandparents John and Mary Doig in Low Town, Norrieston, Thornhill, Perth.

      326     ii          Margaret McKellar5 Doig, born 15 Aug 1908 in Penicuik, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 10 May 1932 in Georgetown, Halton, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Margaret did not marry.

      327     iii         Janet5 Doig, born 1915 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died 30 Sep 1917 in Back Yett, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Witness to Janet's death certificate was her father Robert Doig.

      328     iv         Helen McNab (Ellen)5 Doig, born 1919 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland; died in Canada.

 

 

182. Janet4 Bishop (Janet Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 1862 in Ontario, Canada; died 1944 in Huron, Ontario, Scotland; buried in Hensall Union Cemetery, Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland.  She married on 23 Nov 1887 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Henry Anderson, born 1858 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1929 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Robert Anderson and Helen Dougall.

 

Notes for Janet Bishop

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Ellen Bishop and James Anderson.

 

      Children of Janet Bishop and Henry Anderson were as follows:

+    329     i           Jessie Blossom Rachel5 Anderson, born 12 Apr 1895 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1967 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Percy Stone.

      330     ii          Maggie Ellen Wilson5 Anderson, born 3 Aug 1900 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

183. Helen4 Bishop (Janet Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 17 Jan 1865 in Ontario, Canada; died 19 Jun 1937 in Huron, Ontario, Scotland; buried in Exeter Cemtery, Hay Township, Huron, Ontario, Scotland.  She married on 9 Mar 1892 in Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Canada John Rowcliffe Jr., born 1862 in Usborne Township, Huron, Ontario, Canada; died 1938 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Hay Twp, Huron, Ontario, Canada, son of John Rowcliffe and Catherine Kydd.

 

Notes for Helen Bishop

      Helen has also been reported to have married John Cooper Rowcliff on 20 Jul 1882 in Tasmania, Australia.

 

      Children of Helen Bishop and John Rowcliffe Jr. were as follows:

      331     i           Janet Victoria5 Rowcliffe, born 25 Feb 1893 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1975 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      332     ii          Archibald Bishop5 Rowcliffe, born 27 Jun 1894 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      333     iii         Catherine Ellen5 Rowcliffe, born 5 Sep 1895 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      334     iv         Oliver Martin5 Rowcliffe, born 22 Jul 1898 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      335     v          Elgin Wilson5 Rowcliffe, born 2 Jul 1900 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

184. Rachel4 Bishop (Janet Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 12 Apr 1868 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Apr 1930 in Exeter, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 27 Dec 1893 in Usborne, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada John Thomas Morgan, born 1867/68 in London, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Thomas Morgan and Mary Cocklin.

 

Notes for Rachel Bishop

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Victoria Bishop and John A. Morgan.

 

      Children of Rachel Bishop and John Thomas Morgan were as follows:

      336     i           Archibald Wilson5 Morgan, born 28 Jan 1896 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      337     ii          Myra Edna5 Morgan, born 12 Feb 1898 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      338     iii         Charles Bishop5 Morgan, born 8 Nov 1905 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

187. Jemima Ann4 Cooper (Margaret Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 17 Oct 1865 in Huron, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 31 May 1899 in Ontario, Canada Angus Brown, born 5 Mar 1870 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Neil Brown and Sarah Ann Henderson.

 

Notes for Angus Brown

      In 1901 Angus farmed in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada with wife Jemima and son Neil.

 

      Children of Jemima Ann Cooper and Angus Brown were as follows:

      339     i           Neil Roy5 Brown, born 18 Jul 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      340     ii          Margaret Jessie Ann5 Brown, born 16 Jun 1901 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      341     iii         William James5 Brown, born 28 Nov 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    342     iv         Sarah Henderson5 Brown, born 4 Dec 1907 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1990 in Lucan, Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Lloyd Hayter.

 

 

189. William Wilkinson4 Cooper (Margaret Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 3 Feb 1871 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 27 Nov 1936 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 24 May 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Alice Bell, born Sep 1875 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Daniel Bell and Margaret Halkirk.

 

Notes for William Wilkinson Cooper

      In 1911 William farmed in Stanley, Huron Co., Ontario with Alice and 3 children.

 

      Children of William Wilkinson Cooper and Alice Bell were as follows:

      343     i           William Robert5 Cooper, born 25 Apr 1901 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      344     ii          Margaret Alice5 Cooper, born Dec 1902 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      345     iii         Leslie Grace5 Cooper, born Sep 1904 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

190. Jessie Jane4 Cooper (Margaret Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 25 Mar 1873 in Kippen, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 4 May 1949 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada.  She married on 22 Dec 1897 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Franklin Upshall, born 14 Feb 1871 in Hibbert Twp., Perth Co., Ontario, Canada; died 21 Jun 1950 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada, son of Joseph Upshall and Eliza Jane Moore.

 

Notes for Jessie Jane Cooper

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William Moore of Hensall & Isabella Cooper of Tuckersmith.

 

Notes for Franklin Upshall

      Franklin was a farmer in Tuckersmith.

 

      Children of Jessie Jane Cooper and Franklin Upshall were as follows:

      346     i           Charles Cooper5 Upshall, born 21 Dec 1898 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      347     ii          James Hessie5 Upshall, born 12 Nov 1903 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      348     iii         Joseph Hilton Doig5 Upshall, born 12 Aug 1908 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      349     iv         Robert5 Upshall, born 5 Dec 1912 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Robert and Franklin were twins, with Robert listed first.

      350     v          Franklin5 Upshall, born 5 Dec 1912 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Robert and Franklin were twins, with Robert listed first.

      351     vi         Helen Jane5 Upshall, born 23 Dec 1915 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

196. Margaret Agnes Paterson4 Doig (James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 8 Nov 1869 in Hay, Ontario, Canada; christened 13 Feb 1870 in Stanley, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Nov 1938 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; buried 17 Nov 1938 in Columbia Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.  She married on 26 Aug 1889 in Desmet, Kingsbury, SD George Albert Wright, born 17 Oct 1868 in England; died 4 Oct 1944 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; buried 9 Oct 1944 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, son of Frederick Wright and Mary Ann Beaky Nicholson.

 

Notes for Margaret Agnes Paterson Doig

      Middle name also reported as Patterson.

 

Notes for George Albert Wright

      In 1920 George was a brick mason contractor at 620 North Willamitte Blve., Portland, Multnomah Co., OR with Margaret. In 1930 he was a plasterer at 1161 South Avenue, Portland with Margaret. In 1940 he lived at 1184 SW Clay, Portland.

 

      Children of Margaret Agnes Paterson Doig and George Albert Wright were as follows:

+    352     i           Leo James5 Wright, born 10 Apr 1890 in Desmet, Kingsbury, SD; died 8 Feb 1945 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.  He married Cordelia Cresswell Davis.

+    353     ii          John Albert5 Wright, born 29 Feb 1892 in Livingston, Park Co., MT; died 6 Apr 1960 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.  He married Hattie L. Bennett.

 

 

198. John Theodore Lawrence4 Doig (James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 8 Dec 1873 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Sep 1939 in Redwood Co., MN; buried in Calvary Cemetery, Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN.  He married in 1897 in Tracy, Lyon Co., MN May Eugenia (Mae) Masters, born 29 May 1877 in Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN; died 1954 in Redwood Co., MN; buried in Calvary Cemetery, Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN, daughter of J. William (Willie) Arthur Masters and Nancy Holt.

 

Notes for John Theodore Lawrence Doig

      John entered the US in 1886-8 and became a naturalized citizen.

     

      In 1900 John was a barber in Tracy, Lyon Co., MN with his wife May E. and son Gerald L. In 1910 and 1920 he was a barber in Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN with his wife May and son Gerald. In 1930 he  owned a barber shop in Walnut Grove with his wife May and grand-daughter Virginia M. Doig.

 

Notes for May Eugenia (Mae) Masters

      In 1880 Eugenia (3 MN) lived in Walnut Grove, Redwood Co., MN with her parents Willie A. and Nancy, and grandparents William J. and Emeline; the family were farmers.

 

      Children of John Theodore Lawrence Doig and May Eugenia (Mae) Masters were as follows:

+    354     i           Gerald Lawrence (Jerry)5 Doig, born 2 Feb 1899 in Tracy, Lyon Co., MN; died 21 Mar 1952.  He married Christine (Christen) Hayes.

 

Generation 5

 

200. James Lewis5 Thomson (James McArthur4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 17 May 1877 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 23 Jul 1966 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Adelaide (Adela) L. (---), born 1887/88 in NY; died 14 Mar 1968 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

 

      Children of James Lewis Thomson and Adelaide (Adela) L. (---) were as follows:

      355     i           Alexander L.6 Thomson, born 1915/16 in NY.

      356     ii          Jean6 Thomson, born 1918/19 in NY.

      357     iii         Adela L.6 Thomson, born 1932/33 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 5 Dec 1991 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.   Notes: Adela did not marry.

 

 

201. Leontine McArthur5 Thomson (James McArthur4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born May 1878 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 1960.  She married in 1904/05 in CT James Terry, born 1874/75 in CT; died 1910/20 in CT.

 

Notes for Leontine McArthur Thomson

      In 1920 Leontine was a widow at 1100 Prospect Aveneu, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT with daugher Leontine and 2 maids. In1930 she lived at the same address with 2 servants.

 

Notes for James Terry

      In 1910 James lived in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT with wife Leontine, 2 servants, and a boarder; he reported being married 5 years with 1 child, living (not in the houshold).

 

      Children of Leontine McArthur Thomson and James Terry were as follows:

      358     i           Leontine H.6 Terry, born 1911/12 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

 

 

202. Douglas Hotchkiss5 Thomson (James McArthur4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 24 Sep 1885 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 21 Nov 1926 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Madora (Amadora) (---), born 1886/87 in MA.

 

Notes for Madora (Amadora) (---)

      In 1930 Madora lived in Farmington, Hartford Co., CT with 3 children and a servant. In 1940 Amadora lived at 258 Gerard Avenue, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT with sons James and Douglas and 3 servants.

 

      Children of Douglas Hotchkiss Thomson and Madora (Amadora) (---) were as follows:

      359     i           James M.6 Thomson, born 1912/14 in Hartford Co., CT.

      360     ii          Madora6 Thomson, born 1913/14 in Hartford Co., CT.

+    361     iii         Douglas Hotchkiss6 Thomson Jr., born 1915/16 in Hartford Co., CT.  He married unknown.

 

 

208. John Gordon5 Wingate (Janet (Jessie) Doig4 Thomson, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1876 in New Zealand; died 1948 in New Zealand.  He married in Dec 1911 in New Zealand Beatrice Therese McLachlan, born 1883/84; died 1960 in New Zealand.

 

      Children of John Gordon Wingate and Beatrice Therese McLachlan were as follows:

      362     i           Leta6 Wingate.

      363     ii          John Duncan6 Wingate.

      364     iii         Eric6 Wingate.

 

 

213. William Wallace5 Thomson (Paul4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 21 May 1881 in West Hartford, CT; died Aug 1977 in Melbourne Beach, Brevard Co., FL.  He married on 30 Oct 1906 in CT Rebekah Bulkeley Wheeler, born 6 Feb 1880 in CT, daughter of Benjamin Pomeroy Wheeler and Emily Lucy Kimberly.

 

Notes for William Wallace Thomson

      In 1920 William was a greenhouse florist residing at 298 Vera Street, West Hartford, Ct with his wife Rebekah and children Jeanette, Emily, Pomeroy, and Douglas.

 

      Children of William Wallace Thomson and Rebekah Bulkeley Wheeler were as follows:

      365     i           Jeanette Metcalf6 Thomson, born 4 Feb 1909 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

      366     ii          Emily Kimberly6 Thomson, born 27 Apr 1910 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

      367     iii         William Pomeroy6 Thomson, born 27 Sep 1911 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

      368     iv         Douglas W.6 Thomson, born 22 Oct 1913 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died 29 Sep 2005 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

 

 

214. Carlyle Clifford5 Thomson (Paul4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 19 Mar 1884 in CT; died Feb 1967 in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.  He married Alice Harvey, born 1880/81 in CT.

 

Notes for Carlyle Clifford Thomson

      In 1920 Carlyle was a lawyer and town clerk residing at 73 Sylvan Avenue, West Hartford with his wife Alice and 3 children.

 

      Children of Carlyle Clifford Thomson and Alice Harvey were as follows:

+    369     i           Paul6 Thomson, born 22 Aug 1909 in CT; died 23 Feb 2004 in Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married Phyllis Maheu.

      370     ii          Virginia H.6 Thomson, born 1910/11 in CT.

      371     iii         Dorothy J.6 Thomson, born 1915/16 in CT.

 

 

217. Phillip Brooks5 Stearns (Ann M.4 Thomson, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 15 Nov 1880 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS; died 31 May 1930 in Albany, Albany Co., NY.  He married Estelle B. (---), born 1886/87 in Canada.

 

Notes for Phillip Brooks Stearns

      In 1930 Phillip lived at 47 S. Lake Avenue, Albany, Albany Co., NY with wife Estelle and sons Douglas and Phillip.

 

      Children of Phillip Brooks Stearns and Estelle B. (---) were as follows:

      372     i           Douglas B.6 Stearns, born 10 May 1916 in NY; died 5 Jan 2001 in Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE.

      373     ii          Phillip J.6 Stearns, born 10 May 1916 in NY.

 

 

218. Malcolm5 Stearns (Ann M.4 Thomson, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 19 Oct 1885 in MA.  He married Annis Kendall, born Dec 1889 in MA, daughter of Mr. Kendall and Isabell P. (---).

 

Notes for Malcolm Stearns

      In 1930 Malcolm was a broker at 321 Glenside Road, South Orange, Essex Co., NY with wife Annis, 4 children, mother Annie M. Stearns, mother-in-law Isabella J. Kendall, and a maid. In 1940 he as sales manager of Shutto & Co. at the same address with 3 sons and mother-in-law.

 

      Children of Malcolm Stearns and Annis Kendall were as follows:

      374     i           Kendall6 Stearns, born 9 Apr 1915 in MA; died 6 Mar 1991.

      375     ii          Annis B.6 Stearns, born 1916/17 in NJ.

      376     iii         Malcolm6 Stearns Jr., born 28 Oct 1917 in NJ; died 1 Aug 1998 in Haddam, Middlesex Co., CT.

      377     iv         John P.6 Stearns, born 1927/28 in MA.

 

 

223. Alexander5 King (Elizabeth4 Dewar, Janet3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1884 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland; died 22 Jul 1955 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; buried in Warriston Crematorium, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  He married (1) in 1921 in Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Jean Violet Stewart, born abt 1890 in Scotland; (2) in 1928 in Montrose, Angus, Scotland Margaret Shanks, born abt 1888 in Scotland.

 

      Children of Alexander King and Jean Violet Stewart were as follows:

      378     i           William Stewart6 King, born 1924 in Scotland.  He married in 1954 in Gladsmuir, East Lothian, Scotland Helen Hunter A. Wallace, born abt 1928 in Scotland.   Notes: Stewart and Helen had two children.

 

      Children of Alexander King and Margaret Shanks were as follows:

      379     i           Margaret6 King, born 1932 in Scotland.

 

 

238. Lily Jane5 McGregor (Elizabeth4 McArthur, Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 29 Feb 1888 in York Co., Ontario, Canada; died 26 Apr 1965 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married on 10 Sep 1914 in York Co., Ontario, Canada Roger Joseph Coxworth, born 19 May 1881 in Orillia, Ontario, Canada; died 2 Jan 1967 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, son of Joseph Coxworth and Matilda Bridgemand.

 

      Children of Lily Jane McGregor and Roger Joseph Coxworth were as follows:

      380     i           Victor B.6 Coxworth, born 1915/16 in Ontario, Canada; died bef 2009.  He married Margaret Elizabeth Jones, died 21 Apr 2009.

      381     ii          Allan McGregor6 Coxworth, born 28 Jan 1921 in Ontario, Canada; died 2 May 1934 in York Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

244. Kenneth James5 McArthur (James4, Robert3, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 26 Sep 1899 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died Aug 1989 in Prairie View Lodge, Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Canada.  He married on 11 Jan 1928 in Pembina, Manitoba, Canada Florence Leatha Findlay, born 30 Jul 1904 in Snowflake, Manitoba, Canada; died Jan 1944 in Personal Care Home, Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Canada, daughter of Edward Oscar Findlay and Mary Jane Featherstone.

 

      Children of Kenneth James McArthur and Florence Leatha Findlay were as follows:

      382     i           Daughter6 McArthur, born abt 1930 in Canada.

 

 

247. Kissock Arthur St.Clair (Sinclair Alexander)5 Doig (Arthur Alexander4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 25 Jul 1913 in Portland, Jamaica; died abt 1973.  He married Carmen Grace (---), born 22 May 1917 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for Kissock Arthur St.Clair (Sinclair Alexander) Doig

      Arthur was a Jamaican Civil Servant. The family visited England, departing Montreal, Quebec on the "Empress of England" arriving at Liverpool on 28 July 1959. While there they stayed at Custom House, 351 Prince Regent Street, London.

 

Notes for Carmen Grace (---)

      In 1993 Carmen lived at 21 Fraser Crescent, Cooper Hill, Jamaica.

 

      Children of Kissock Arthur St.Clair (Sinclair Alexander) Doig and Carmen Grace (---) were as follows:

      383     i           Sonia6 Doig, born 26 Apr 1940 in Jamaica.

      384     ii          Beverly6 Doig, born 18 Oct 1941 in Jamaica.

      385     iii         John Michael6 Doig, born 14 Jun 1944 in Jamaica.

      386     iv         Jerome (Jerry) Kevin6 Doig, born 5 Jan 1949 in Jamaica.   Notes: Jerome was a scholar at Cornell University.  He is curator at a Jamaican art gallery. He lives in Kingston.

 

 

248. Gloria Faye Miller5 Doig (Arthur Alexander4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 7 Feb 1915 in Portland, Jamaica.  She married on 10 Jun 1937 in Jamaica Russell Elliott LeWars , O.B.E., J.P., born 14 May 1911 in Kingston, Jamaica, son of Henry LeWars and Stella Imogene McDonald.

 

      Children of Gloria Faye Miller Doig and Russell Elliott LeWars , O.B.E., J.P. were as follows:

      387     i           Barbara A.6 LeWars.  She married Mr. Carter.   Notes: Barbara was "Life" cover girl in July 1959.

 

      388     ii          Marguerite C.6 LeWars.   Notes: Marguerite was Miss Jamaica

      389     iii         Gloria F.6 LeWars.

      390     iv         Janet6 LeWars, born 10 Dec 1943 in Jamaica.

 

 

251. Merle Elaine5 Doig (Arthur Alexander4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 10 Aug 1925 in Hope Street, Woodford Park, St. Andrew, Jamaica.  She married Mr. Hanna.

 

      Children of Merle Elaine Doig and Mr. Hanna were as follows:

      391     i           Shelly6 Hanna.  She married Mr. Gabay.

 

 

253. Elmo Henry5 Doig (Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 14 Aug 1923 in Panama City, Panama; died 12 Feb 2010 in Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie Co., FL.  He married on 30 Nov 1952 in Panama City, Panama Silvia Delmira Doran, born 1 Mar 1919 in Panama; died 28 Mar 2007 in St. Lucie Medical Center, Port St. Lucie, FL.

 

Notes for Elmo Henry Doig

      Elmo became a naturalized citizen of the US on 2 Mar 1964 at the US District Court in New York City; at the time he lived at 1213 Ward Avenue in the Bronx.

     

      Elmo was educated at the American School, CCNY (Baruch) New York City, BBS and MBA 1969.  He worked for Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co., branch manager and VP from 1964.  Flower Fifth Ave. Hospital, NYC, head of payroll and accounts payable, 1963-64.  Bezozi Corp., supervisor billing, 1958-62.  Ordinance Corps, Panama, supervisor supply shop, 1942-1958.  Elmo was the treasurer and financial secretary of the Bronx Lions Club, Bronx, NY, in 1971.  Financial commission for 100 Black Men, Inc., NYC, 1975.  Treasurer of Mt. Kisco Village Condominium, 1979.  American School Scholarship, Chicago, 1960.  Black Achievers in Industry, Greater NY YMCA, 1972.  Banking and finance Grodon Heights Comm., City Tabernacle Church, Seventh-Day Adventist, NYC, 1978. Elmo and Silvia are retired in Port St. Lucie, Florida. He is listed in  "Who's Who Among African Americans."

 

Notes for Silvia Delmira Doran

      Sylvia went to school in Jamaica and became a schoolteacher in Panama and New York.

     

      Stuart News, The (FL) - April 11, 2007

Deceased Name: PORT ST. LUCIE

Silvia Delmira Doig, 88, died March 28, 2007, at St. Lucie Medical Center in Port St. Lucie.

     

      She was born in Panama, and lived in Port St. Lucie for 20 years, coming from Mount Kisco, N.Y.

     

      She earned her doctorate degree. Before retirement, she was a teacher at Immaculate Conception in Jamaica, N.Y.

     

      She was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Port St. Lucie.

     

      Survivors include her husband of 55 years, Elmo, of Port St. Lucie; son, Elmo Doig Jr., of New York City; daughter, Yvett Doig, of New York City; and three grandchildren.

     

      SERVICES: Visitation will be from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Panama. Arrangements are by Veterans Cremation and Burial Society in Stuart. A guest book may be signed at seawindsfh.com/

 

      Children of Elmo Henry Doig and Silvia Delmira Doran were as follows:

+    392     i           Elmo Enrique6 Doig, born 28 Aug 1954 in Panama City, Panama.  He married Eugenia Acuna.

      393     ii          Yvette6 Doig, born 1958.

 

 

255. Conrad5 Doig (Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 30 Jul 1932 in Colon, Panama.  He married Hilda Bandhu, born in Jamaica.

 

Notes for Hilda Bandhu

      Hilda's parents are Indian.

 

      Children of Conrad Doig and Hilda Bandhu were as follows:

      394     i           Charles H.6 Doig.   Notes: Charles was stationed with the U.S. Army in Germany.

      395     ii          Christopher6 Doig.   Notes: Christopher lives in Manhattan, NY.

+    396     iii         Michael Ramond6 Doig, born abt 1954 in Jamaica.  He married Paula (---).

      397     iv         Phillip6 Doig.   Notes: Phillip lives in Miami, FL.

      398     v          Sandra6 Doig.   Notes: Sandra lives in Miami, FL.

 

 

256. Hyacynth L.5 Doig (Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 1933/34.  She married on 7 Jul 1970 in San Francisco, Ca Daniel Y. Motogawa.

 

      Children of Hyacynth L. Doig and Daniel Y. Motogawa were as follows:

      399     i           Ramona M.6 Motogawa, born 2 Dec 1970 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.

      400     ii          Duane K.6 Motogawa, born 25 Mar 1975 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.

 

 

257. Henrietta Eliza5 Brown (Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 1874 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1937 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married William Stephen Fitz-Ritson, born 1871 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 25 Jun 1945 in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

Notes for Henrietta Eliza Brown

      Henrietta was an accomplished horsewoman and was widely loved.

 

Notes for William Stephen Fitz-Ritson

      Birth also reported 5 Feb 1877.

     

      William was a robust six-footer of 200 pounds, always immaculately dressed, and known for his rounded-rim felt hat and folded umbrella.  He brought culture to his musical family at their home in Falmouth, Trelawny.

     

      William was first a Master at the Infirmary at Falmouth.  He became a Methodist lay-minister, and his sermons were always dramatic.  He was one of the most colorful characters in the area.  He established "The Benefit Burial Society" where poor people would have a full funeral with a marching band.  William saw the contracting of the Falmouth Court House after the fire of 1926, and to its grand opening in 1932.  After serving on the Board for 40 years he retired in Mar 1931.

 

      Children of Henrietta Eliza Brown and William Stephen Fitz-Ritson were as follows:

      401     i           May6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1894 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1973 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      402     ii          Philip Morrison6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1895 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1918.   Notes: Philip was the twin of Kathleen.  Philip was a lieutenant in the Jamaican War Contingent in World War I.

      403     iii         Kathleen Leonie6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1895 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1926 in Jamaica, West Indies.   Notes: Kathleen was the twin of Philip.

+    404     iv         Edna Marion6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1898 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1966 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Charles Carey A. Robinson.

      405     v          Sarah Smith6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1899 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1952 in Jamaica, West Indies.

+    406     vi         Donald Selvyn Adolphus6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1903 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 29 Jul 1990 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married Catherine Carmen Murray.

      407     vii        Dorthy Agnes Hornby6 Fitz-Ritson, born abt 1905 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1981 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      408     viii       Rosanna Veronica6 Fitz-Ritson, born abt 1907 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1982 in Jamaica, West Indies.

+    409     ix         Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, born 29 Jan 1910 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Horace Alva Abrahams.

      410     x          William Gilbourne Twentyman6 Fitz-Ritson, born 1913 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1956 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married Henrietta (---).

 

 

262. Miriam DeCasseres5 Brown (Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born abt 1884 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1935 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married in Jamaica, West Indies Malcolm McLeod Kerr, born in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

Notes for Malcolm McLeod Kerr

      Malcolm was the son of a Scottish Colonial Police official serving in Jamaica.  The Kerrs and Fitz-Ritsons are first cousins.

 

      Children of Miriam DeCasseres Brown and Malcolm McLeod Kerr were as follows:

      411     i           Charles Malcolm6 Kerr, born 1918 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1968 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      412     ii          Elsa Mary6 Kerr, born 1922 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      413     iii         Lloyd6 Kerr, born 1926 in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

 

265. Lescar Denvil5 Todd (Lilian Eliza4 White, Eliza3 Doig, Paul2, Paul1), born 1 Sep 1895 in St. Mary, Jamaica.  He married Hope Matilda Laughton, born abt 1900 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for Lescar Denvil Todd

      Lescar was a mechanic and planter.

 

      Children of Lescar Denvil Todd and Hope Matilda Laughton were as follows:

      414     i           Beryl Eileen6 Todd, born 24 May 1921 in Bath, St. Thomas, Jamaica.

      415     ii          Greta Elaine6 Todd, born 11 Jun 1925 in Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica.  She married Eric Ballantine Hart, born 12 May 1915 in 11 Text Lane, Kingston, Jamaica, son of Maggie Hart.   Notes: Greta lives in Canada.

      416     iii         Gilbert Constantine6 Todd, born 28 May 1930 in Bath, St. Thomas, Jamaica.

 

 

282. Mary Margaret5 Bell (Robert Paterson4, William3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 11 Nov 1904 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1982 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Thomas Pryde, born 1888; died 1958 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

      Children of Mary Margaret Bell and Thomas Pryde were as follows:

      417     i           John B.6 Pryde, born 1915 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1992 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Hazel Ruth Woodall, born 13 Nov 1914; died 1 Jan 2009 in Exeter, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      418     ii          Robert Bruce6 Pryde, born 29 Jul 1926 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 31 Mar 2006 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Norma Miriam Knight, born 1930; died 2000 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Reginald John Knight and Janet Victoria Rowcliffe.   Notes: Robert (Bob) Pryde At his late residence on Friday, March 31, 2006 Robert (Bob) Pryde of Exeter in his 80th year . Predeceased by his loving wife Norma (Knight) Pryde (2000). Dear father of Brad and Kathy Pryde of Port Elgin, Gord and Jane Pryde of London, Jan Pryde and Rob Moffatt of London, Robbie and Laura Pryde of Toronto, Marg Pryde of London and Mary Lynn Pryde and Bill Nursey of Parksville, B.C. Dear grandfather of John, Anna and Erin; Amy and Megan; and Cooper and Adelaide. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Douglas and Marjorie Pryde of Oakville. Predeceased by brothers Ray and Jack. Friends may call at the Hopper Hockey Funeral Home, 370 William Street, 1 west of Main, Exeter on Monday from 2-4and 7-9 PM where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 4th at 1:30 PM with Pastor Scott Stein officiating. Interment Exeter Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Terry Fox Run Foundation or St. Elizabeth Health Care would be appreciated by the family.

 

 

303. William Murdoch5 Stewart (Ann (Annie)4 Bell, Paul Doig3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 29 Jan 1907 in Hensall, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 15 Mar 1941 Jessie Findlay Lundie, born abt 1920.

 

      Children of William Murdoch Stewart and Jessie Findlay Lundie were as follows:

+    419     i           Donald Duncan6 Stewart, born 18 Apr 1943 in Wellsley, MA.  He married Susan Kathleen Sloan.

 

 

304. Glenn Earl5 Bell (Robert Daniel4, Daniel (Donald) Smith3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 1 Mar 1911 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Loretta (---), born 1913/14 in NY.

 

Notes for Glenn Earl Bell

      In 1940 Glenn was a laborer in a bottling plant at 505 Math Street, Niagara Falls, Niagara Co., NY with wife Loretta and daughter Lou Ann.

 

      Children of Glenn Earl Bell and Loretta (---) were as follows:

      420     i           Lou Ann6 Bell, born 1933/34 in NY.

 

 

305. Harold Clifford5 Bell (William George4, Daniel (Donald) Smith3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 12 Nov 1909 in Hay Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1969 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Edith May McBride, born 6 Jan 1913 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2002 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of John McBride and Ethel Datars.

 

      Children of Harold Clifford Bell and Edith May McBride were as follows:

      421     i           Donald E.6 Bell, born 1936 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1986 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Exeter Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

 

315. William Henry5 Lacy (Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 26 Jan 1884 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 1952 in Lucas Co., OH.  He married Emma M. Kolbow, born 1881/82 in OH, daughter of John F. Rollow.

 

Notes for William Henry Lacy

      William registered for the Draft in WWI in 1918 in Toledo, OH, at the time living at 717 Brighton with wife Emma. He registered again for WWII in Toledo.

     

      In 1910 Henry W. was a stem railway engineer at 631 Ewing Street, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH with wife Emma, daughter Myra, and Emma's father John and sister Della. In 1920 and 1930 he was a locomotive engineer at 717 Brighton Avenue, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH with wife Emma and 3 children.

 

Notes for Emma M. Kolbow

      Both of Emma's parents were from Germany. Surname uncertain and also reported as Rollow.

 

      Children of William Henry Lacy and Emma M. Kolbow were as follows:

      422     i           Myra Henrietta6 Lacy, born 6 Jan 1909 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; died 21 Jan 1998 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH.  She married Lloyd J. Kohardt, born 18 Mar 1907 in OH; died 16 Mar 2000 in Spring Valley, San Diego Co., CA.

      423     ii          Elmer B.6 Lacy, born 22 Jun 1910 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; died 18 Jun 1977 in Boynton Beach, Palm Beach Co., FL.  He married Ella Mae Louise Mason, born 24 Jan 1911 in OH; died 4 Dec 1997 in Sebring, Highlands Co., FL, daughter of James W. Mason and Ora M. (---).   Notes: In 1940 Elmer "furs farmer" at 1115 Detroit Avenue, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH with wife Ella (RN nurse).

      424     iii         Ralph H.6 Lacy, born 14 May 1914 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; died 22 Feb 1964 in Fremont, Sandusky Co., OH.  He married Grace Lucille Harler, born 5 Jun 1915 in Fostoria, Hancock Co., OH; died 14 May 2003 in Petersburg, Monroe Co., MI, daughter of Marion Alvin Harler and Nora (---).   Notes: In 1940 Ralph was a tool and die maker for a brass and bronze factory at 844 Geneva, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH with wife Grace and sister-in-law Helen Harler (19 OH).

 

 

316. Jessie Ellen5 Lacy (Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 29 Sep 1885 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 1951 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.  She married on 25 Oct 1911 in Seneca Co., OH John H. Shrode, born 18 Jun 1886 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 2 Feb 1973 in Fostoria, Seneca Co., OH; buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH, son of Charles C. Shrode and Sarah E. Huffman.

 

Notes for John H. Shrode

      In 1930 and 1940 John was a carpenter in a pottery factory residing at 26 South Melissa Street, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH with wife Jessie and family.

 

      Children of Jessie Ellen Lacy and John H. Shrode were as follows:

+    425     i           Karl Frederick6 Shrode, born 9 May 1912 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 19 Feb 1975 in Sarasota Co., FL.  He married (1) Ella B. Bergdall; (2) Ethel C. Patterson.

      426     ii          Harry Lacy6 Shrode, born 22 Jan 1914 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 19 Jul 2008 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL.

      427     iii         Helen C.6 Shrode, born 8 Oct 1916 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 29 Jan 2000 in Wyandot Co., OH.  She married Mr. Pool.

      428     iv         Donald W.6 Shrode, born 17 Jun 1920 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 10 Apr 2008 in Venice, Sarasota Co., FL.

 

 

317. Robert Roy5 Lacy (Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 12 Sep 1887 in Swanton, Lucas Co., OH; died 24 Jan 1959 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH.  He married Dessie Zenobia Curtis, born Feb 1886 in OH; died 30 Nov 1962 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, daughter of Allan L. Curtis and Emma M. (---).

 

Notes for Robert Roy Lacy

      In 1910 Roy worked in a blacksmith shop on Franklin Avenue, Swanton, Fulton Co., OH with wife Dessie Z. and son Curtis L.

 

      Children of Robert Roy Lacy and Dessie Zenobia Curtis were as follows:

      429     i           Curtis Lavalle6 Lacy, born 23 Jan 1910 in Swanton, Fulton Co., OH; died 10 Jan 1970 in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH.  He married Signa M. Grover, born 26 Nov 1908 in Canada; died 3 May 1998 in Maumee, Lucas Co., OH, daughter of George Grover and Caroline E. (---).   Notes: In 1940 Curtiss was asst. manager of a tea company at 379 E. Lucius Avenue, Youngstown, Mahonig Co., OH with wife Signa.

+    430     ii          Glen A.6 Lacy, born 30 Nov 1911 in Swanton, Fulton Co., OH; died 21 May 1983 in Pasco Co., FL.  He married Theresa A. Duck.

 

 

319. Paul5 Doig (Robert Campbell4, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 22 Dec 1899 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 6 May 1991 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 7 May 1924 in Seaforth, Edmondville, Ontario, Canada Mae Carnochan McGeoch, born 1897 in Tuckersmith Township, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1956 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of Samuel McGeoch and Agnes Gernwell.

 

Notes for Paul Doig

      During WWI Paul enlisted in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force on 10 Feb 1917 at Clinton, Ontario. At the time he was a farmer living with his father in Seaforth, a Presbyterian, 5' 10-3/4" tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, and light-brown hair. [On different documents he reported his birth in 1897 and 1898.]

 

      Children of Paul Doig and Mae Carnochan McGeoch were as follows:

      431     i           Eric Richard6 Doig, born 1926 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2001 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

+    432     ii          Kenneth Laidlaw6 Doig, born 1927/28 in Canada.  He married Mary Agnes Powell.

      433     iii         Roderick Alexander (Rod)6 Doig, born 18 Jun 1930 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 15 Oct 2004 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried 8 Nov 2004 in Egmondville, Ontario, Canada.  He married Joyce Diana Storey, born abt 1942 in Ontario, Canada, daughter of Alvin Morley Storey and Beatrice Mae Armstrong.   Notes: Roderick left Port Arthur, Ontario on the ship "Bricoldoc" and arrived at Buffalo, NY on 24 May 1950; he served on the ship as an oiler. He later owned the Seaforth Golf Course. Obituary: DOIG o@ca.on.middlesex.london.london_free_press 2004-10-16 published
DOIG, Roderick Alexander
At Seaforth Community Hospital on Friday, October 15, 2004, Roderick Alexander DOIG of R.R.#4, Seaforth, in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Joyce (STOREY) DOIG. Dear brother of Ken and Mary DOIG, of Seaforth and a sister-in-law Elsie DOIG, of Egmondville. Also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. Predeceased by his parents, Paul and Mae (McGOECH) DOIG and brothers Erich and Robert. Family will receive Friends at the Whitney-Ribey Funeral Home, 87 Goderich Street West, Seaforth on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral service will be held at Egmondville United Church, Egmondville, on Tuesday, October 19 at 2:00pm. Pastor Stephen HILDEBRAND will officiate. Interment Edgmondville Cemetery. Memorial donations to Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation or London Regional Cancer Centre- Dr. KOCHA would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Condolences at www.whitneyribeyfuneralhome.com

+    434     iv         Robert S.6 Doig, born 19 Aug 1932 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Aug 2003 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Elsie R. Hiusser.

      435     v          Mary6 Doig, born abt 1934 in Canada.

 

 

322. James5 Doig (Robert Campbell4, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 6 Jul 1905 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 17 Oct 1995 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married on 19 Sep 1928 in Bridgeburg, Welland Co., Ontario, Canada Dorothea (Dorothy) Eleanor Eady, born 29 Feb 1908 in Renfrew Co., Ontario, Canada; died 16 Mar 1972 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada, daughter of George Eady and Elizabeth Zora Davidson.

 

Notes for James Doig

      Obituary: James Doig, of Seaforth, at Seaforth Community Hospital on Tuesday, October 7th, 1995, in his 91st year. James Doig, Beloved husband of the late Dorothy Eadey, Dear father of Catherine Burt of RR4 Seaforth, and Betty McColl of Calgary. Also survived by four grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren and one brother Sandy Doig of Seaforth. Predeceased by one brother Paul, and one sister Kate Brown. The family will received friends at the Whitney-Ripley Funeral Home, 87 Goderich Street W., Seaforth, on Thursday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where funeral services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. Interment Egmondville Cemetery. And Eastern Star Memorial Service will be held at the funeral home Thurday evening at 7:00 p.m.

 

      Children of James Doig and Dorothea (Dorothy) Eleanor Eady were as follows:

      436     i           Elizabeth (Beth, Betty)6 Doig, born 10 Jun 1929 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada.  She married Mr. McColl.

      437     ii          John Gordon6 Doig, born 2 Jan 1931 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 2 Jan 1931 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      438     iii         Catherine6 Doig, born abt 1932 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Mr. Burt.

 

 

329. Jessie Blossom Rachel5 Anderson (Janet4 Bishop, Janet Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 12 Apr 1895 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1967 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Percy Stone, born 17 Nov 1892; died 1969 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

 

      Children of Jessie Blossom Rachel Anderson and Percy Stone were as follows:

      439     i           Helen Jennette6 Stone, born 1919 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1993 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Nelson O. Lamport, born 1919; died 1976 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.

      440     ii          Gordon Edward6 Stone, born 15 Feb 1923 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 24 Mar 1978 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Verna Christine Wein, born 16 Jun 1923.

 

 

342. Sarah Henderson5 Brown (Jemima Ann4 Cooper, Margaret Paterson3 Doig, Robert2, Paul1), born 4 Dec 1907 in Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 1990 in Lucan, Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada.  She married Lloyd Hayter.

 

      Children of Sarah Henderson Brown and Lloyd Hayter were as follows:

      441     i           Ross Grant6 Hayter, born 16 Oct 1940 in Ontario, Canada; died Jul 1990.

 

 

352. Leo James5 Wright (Margaret Agnes Paterson4 Doig, James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 10 Apr 1890 in Desmet, Kingsbury, SD; died 8 Feb 1945 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.  He married on 10 Sep 1913 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR Cordelia Cresswell Davis, born 10 Apr 1891 in Park River, Walsh Co., ND; died 9 Jan 1961 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, daughter of Inkerman Davis and Margaret Landsborough.

 

Notes for Leo James Wright

      Leo registered for the Draft in WWI in 1919 in Portland. In 1910 he was a bank clerk at 823 South Kellogg Street, Portland with Cordelia and children Leo and Margaret.

 

Notes for Cordelia Cresswell Davis

      In 1930 Cordelia lived on C Street, Rainier, Columbia Co., OR with 3 children.

 

      Children of Leo James Wright and Cordelia Cresswell Davis were as follows:

      442     i           Leo James6 Wright Jr., born 5 Aug 1915 in OR; died 31 Oct 1998 in Wasco Co., OR.  He married Mildred (---).

      443     ii          Margaret M.6 Wright, born 1916 in OR.

      444     iii         Virginia Dee6 Wright, born 25 Jun 1927 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; died 30 Nov 1969 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.  She married on 30 Aug 1947 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR Billy Floyd Poe, born 19 Jun 1928 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO; died 12 Feb 1991 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.

 

 

353. John Albert5 Wright (Margaret Agnes Paterson4 Doig, James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 29 Feb 1892 in Livingston, Park Co., MT; died 6 Apr 1960 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.  He married on 27 Mar 1911 in Lewis Co., WA Hattie L. Bennett, born 14 Mar 1896 in MO; died 23 Jun 1932 in Chehalis, Lewis Co., WA.

 

Notes for John Albert Wright

      John registered for the Draft in WWI in 1917 in Smelter, White Pine Co., NV. In 1920 he was a store delivery man at 1006 South Syrasure Street, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR with wife Hettie and children Agnes and John.

 

Notes for Hattie L. Bennett

      In 1930 Hattie lived at 1531 Washington Avenue, Chehalis, Lewis Co., WA with her second husband Edward Pratt (proprietor of a logging camp) and children Agnes and John Wright.

 

      Children of John Albert Wright and Hattie L. Bennett were as follows:

      445     i           Agnes M.6 Wright, born 1 Oct 1911 in Lewis Co., WA; died 28 Nov 1966 in Lewis Co., WA.  She married Curtis L. Back, born 19 Aug 1910 in CA; died 21 Jan 1972 in Lewis Co., WA.

+    446     ii          John Albert6 Wright Jr., born 24 Mar 1914 in OR; died 7 Nov 2000 in Emmett, Gem Co., ID.  He married (1) Myrtle Faye (---); (2) Elsie Mae Reynolds; (3) Carrie Ann Robertson.

 

 

354. Gerald Lawrence (Jerry)5 Doig (John Theodore Lawrence4, James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 2 Feb 1899 in Tracy, Lyon Co., MN; died 21 Mar 1952.  He married Christine (Christen) Hayes, born 13 Feb 1901 in Lamberton Township, Redwood Co., MN; died 18 May 1971 in AK; buried in Forest Park Cemetary Fort Smith, AK.

 

Notes for Gerald Lawrence (Jerry) Doig

      Gerald registered for the Draft in WWI on 12 Sep 1918 in Redwood Co., MN; at the time he was a student at the University of MN.

     

      In 1930 Jerry was a radio entertainer residing at 726 Nebraska Avenue, York, York Co., NE with his wife Christen; his daughter Virginia lived with his parents back in MN. In 1935 they lived in Oklahoma City. In 1940 he was a theater manager Waldron, Scott Co., AR with Christine and daughter Virginia.

 

Notes for Christine (Christen) Hayes

      In 1920 Christine Hayes was a school teacher living with the Herman Shultz family in Vail, Redwood Co., MN.

 

      Children of Gerald Lawrence (Jerry) Doig and Christine (Christen) Hayes were as follows:

+    447     i           Virginia May6 Doig, born 12 Jun 1922 in Redwood Co., MN.  She married (1) A. E. Crowder; (2) Frederick Cortland Wagner.

 

Generation 6

 

361. Douglas Hotchkiss6 Thomson Jr. (Douglas Hotchkiss5, James McArthur4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 1915/16 in Hartford Co., CT.  He married unknown.

 

      Children of Douglas Hotchkiss Thomson Jr. were as follows:

+    448     i           Douglas Hotchkiss7 Thomson III, born abt 1947.  He married Linda Lou Monzon.

 

 

369. Paul6 Thomson (Carlyle Clifford5, Paul4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born 22 Aug 1909 in CT; died 23 Feb 2004 in Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.  He married in Sep 1934 Phyllis Maheu, born 24 Jan 1911 in MA; died 6 Mar 1992 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

 

Notes for Paul Thomson

      In 1940 Paul was an insurance clerk at 83 Elmhurst Avenue, Queens, NY with wife Phyllis.

     

      Obituary - Hartford Courant:

Paul Thomson, 94, husband of the late Phyllis (Maheu) Thomson, died of pneumonia on Monday, (February 23, 2004) in Hartford Hospital. Born and raised in West Hartford, son of the late Carlyle C. and Alice (Harvey) Thomson, he was a graduate of Hall High School and received a B.S. in electrical engineering from Yale University in l931. Because the Depression was at its height when he graduated, he became an actuary at Mutual of New York in New York City. He passed the actuarial exams and worked at MONY for close to 40 years. He was a Fellow of The Society of Actuaries and a member of The American Academy of Actuaries. He married his wife Phyllis in September l934, and they raised their family in Baldwin, Long Island, NY. They were both actively involved in the First Presbyterian Church where he served as an Elder and Treasurer and taught Sunday school. After taking early retirement at age 60, he and Phyllis returned to West Hartford where he was able to pursue his many hobbies and interests. He enjoyed sailing, carpentry, painting in watercolors and oils, golf, bridge, reading, the occasional pun, and difficult crossword puzzles. He continued his actuarial interests, and in 1994 published a paper on Maximum Ages derived from Decennial Life Tables. He was one of the earliest to make use of home computers, early on for his statistical work, and later for bridge, email and downloading crossword puzzles. As a member of First Church of Christ, Congregational, he volunteered as a computer assistant and often designed computer programs specifically for the church's needs. He served as Assistant Treasurer of the church and as a member of the Library Board of the church's John P. Webster Library. He also volunteered weekly at the Lung Association in Farmington for eight years. Later, as a member of the Flagg Road United Church of Christ, he continued to provide computer assistance with the financial affairs of the Hartmeadow community adjoining the church, where he and Phyllis had moved in 1988. After Phyllis' death in 1992, he continued to live in the Hartmeadow community with his sister Jane Thomson Hart. He leaves two children, Elinor T. Adman of Seattle, Washington, and John C. Thomson and his wife, Loyce, of Beverly, MA; four grandchildren, Eric Adman and his wife, Staci, of Kenmore, WA, and Karen Galt and her husband, Sean, of Seattle, and David and Annsley Thomson of Beverly; two great-grandchildren, Knicholas and Benjamin Adman of Kenmore; a sister, Jane Thomson Hart, of West Hartford; and a sister-in-law, Constance M. Maheu, of West Hartford. He was predeceased by his wife, his sister Virginia Wakeman, and his son Joseph W. Thomson. The family is especially grateful for the care and assistance given by Vashti Mills and Maureen Lowndes during Paul's final years at home. His loving and smiling presence will be missed by all. A memorial service will be held at the Flagg Road United Church of Christ, 134 Flagg Road, West Hartford, on Thursday, March 4, at 2 p.m. Family and friends are invited to attend. Memorial donations may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Flagg Road United Church of Christ or to any charity of the donor's choice. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, West Hartford, has care of arrangements.

 

      Children of Paul Thomson and Phyllis Maheu were as follows:

+    449     i           Elinor T.7 Thomson.  She married Mr. Adman.

      450     ii          John C.7 Thomson.  He married Joyce (---).

 

 

392. Elmo Enrique6 Doig (Elmo Henry5, Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 28 Aug 1954 in Panama City, Panama.  He married on 6 May 1988 in New York City, NY Eugenia Acuna, born 10 Jun 1953 in Lota, Concepcion Prov., Chili, daughter of Luis Acuna and Isai Lillo.

 

      Children of Elmo Enrique Doig and Eugenia Acuna were as follows:

      451     i           Camilo Andres7 Doig, born 21 Mar 1989 in New York City, NY.

      452     ii          Darien Ricardo7 Doig, born 11 Nov 1991 in Brooklyn, NY.

 

 

396. Michael Ramond6 Doig (Conrad5, Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born abt 1954 in Jamaica.  He married Paula (---), born abt 1956 in Jamaica.

 

Notes for Michael Ramond Doig

      Michael and Paula Doig immigrated to Canada from Jamaica, each obtaining their respective degrees from Concordia University and McGill University. Michael now lives in Queens, NY.

 

      Children of Michael Ramond Doig and Paula (---) were as follows:

+    453     i           Jason7 Doig, born 29 Jan 1977 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He married Tristan Coopersmith.

 

 

404. Edna Marion6 Fitz-Ritson (Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 1898 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1966 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Charles Carey A. Robinson, born 1885 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 1964 in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

      Children of Edna Marion Fitz-Ritson and Charles Carey A. Robinson were as follows:

      454     i           Sadie Augusta7 Robinson, born in Jamaica, West Indies.

      455     ii          Carey Fitzwilliam7 Robinson, born in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

 

406. Donald Selvyn Adolphus6 Fitz-Ritson (Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 1903 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 29 Jul 1990 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married Catherine Carmen Murray.

 

Notes for Donald Selvyn Adolphus Fitz-Ritson

      Donald was educated at Falmouth Government School and Lumsden's Secondary School, both in Falmouth.

     

      Donald became an attorney-at-law from Falmouth in 1929.  In 1930 he became a partner in the legal firm of Samuel & Samuel.  He was vice-president of the Y.M.C.A. from 1954-63, and Assistant Island Commissioner for the Boy Scout Association, and then Chief Commissioner from 1939-42.  At that time he lived in Kingston.  In 1957 he was awarded the Silver Wolf Medal in scouting.  In addition he was a member of the Boy's Town management committee from 1940-63, Member of the Board of Directors of the Micro Teacher Training College from 1945, and Chairman 1950-53.  He was a member of the Methodist Synod 1927-62.

     

      Donald followed in his father's footsteps and became a Methodist local preacher.  He was popular and highly esteemed in the community.

 

      Children of Donald Selvyn Adolphus Fitz-Ritson and Catherine Carmen Murray were as follows:

+    456     i           Paul Anthony7 Fitz-Ritson, born 29 Sep 1943 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 16 Mar 1974 in Norwood near Montego Bay, Jamaica, West Indies.  He married Winsome Lilieth.

+    457     ii          Jennifer Ann7 Fitz-Ritson, born 12 Jun 1950 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Geoffrey Earle Messado.

 

Donald and Carmen Fitz-Ritson with son Paul

 

 

409. Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson (Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 29 Jan 1910 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Horace Alva Abrahams.

 

      Children of Christabelle Henrietta Fitz-Ritson and Horace Alva Abrahams were as follows:

+    458     i           Frank Horace Eden7 Abrahams, born 2 Dec 1935 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married Joan Meredith Rose Millington.

+    459     ii          Barbara Elizabeth7 Abrahams, born 8 Jan 1937 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married (1) Daniel Barrajanos; (2) Camille Ouka; (3) Lloyd Wilkes.

+    460     iii         William Trevor7 Abrahams, born 7 Nov 1938 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married (1) Phyllis Audrey Barrett; (2) Claudette (---).

+    461     iv         Sarah Eleanor7 Abrahams, born 26 Apr 1944 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Carleton Hugh Francis.

 

 

419. Donald Duncan6 Stewart (William Murdoch5, Ann (Annie)4 Bell, Paul Doig3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 18 Apr 1943 in Wellsley, MA.  He married on 18 Aug 1971 Susan Kathleen Sloan, born abt 1950.

 

      Children of Donald Duncan Stewart and Susan Kathleen Sloan were as follows:

+    462     i           Janet Anne7 Stewart, born 20 Feb 1973 in Oklahoma City, OK.  She married David Alan Spaulding.

+    463     ii          Andrew Duncan7 Stewart, born 26 Oct 1980 in Clinton, IA.  He married Brandi Michelle Taylor.

 

 

425. Karl Frederick6 Shrode (Jessie Ellen5 Lacy, Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 9 May 1912 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; died 19 Feb 1975 in Sarasota Co., FL.  He married (1) on 8 Jun 1937 in Hardy Co., WV Ella B. Bergdall, born 1910/11 in Hardy Co., WV; (2) Ethel C. Patterson, born 1911/12 in Shelby, TN.

 

Notes for Karl Frederick Shrode

      In 1940 Karl was an engraver for a jewelry company residing at 3711 8th Street, Meridian, Lauderdale Co., MS with wife Ethel, daughter Nancy, and sister-in-law Mildred Patterson (16 TN). In 1945 he was in the US Navy in Leon, FL with wife and daughter Nancy.

 

      Children of Karl Frederick Shrode and Ethel C. Patterson were as follows:

      464     i           Nancy7 Shrode, born 1935/36 in TN.

 

 

430. Glen A.6 Lacy (Robert Roy5, Christina Mena (Tena)4 Doig, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 30 Nov 1911 in Swanton, Fulton Co., OH; died 21 May 1983 in Pasco Co., FL.  He married Theresa A. Duck, born 8 Oct 1912 in OH; died 14 Feb 1991 in DeKalb Co., GA, daughter of Thomas Duck and Theresa (---).

 

Notes for Glen A. Lacy

      In 1940 Glen was a yard clerk for a steam railroad at 1312 Calton, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH with wife Theresa, son Roland, and cousin Geniva Curtis (21 OH).

 

      Children of Glen A. Lacy and Theresa A. Duck were as follows:

      465     i           Roland7 Lacy, born 1935/36 in OH.

 

 

432. Kenneth Laidlaw6 Doig (Paul5, Robert Campbell4, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 1927/28 in Canada.  He married in 1951 in Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Mary Agnes Powell, born 1931 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.

 

Notes for Kenneth Laidlaw Doig

      Ken played hockey for the Perth Panthers.

     

      generations of the clan have made Seaforth Golf and Country Club one of the gems near Lake Huron.
TRUNK SLAMMING: The Doig family jewel

John Herbert  Special to Sun Media June 6, 2007

When it comes to family business and succession, the Doig clan is proving sometimes it is best for the next generation to take over.

 JOHN HERBERT    SHARING THE LOAD: The Doig family has three generations working to keep the Seaforth Golf and Country Club going. From left are Ken Doig Jr., Todd Doig, Paul Doig, 12, Cam Doig, Parker Doig, 6, Ken Doig Sr., Carolanne Doig and Ethan Doig, 9. Covering their backs is their faithful pooch Sky. (MIKE HENSEN/Sun Media)

What Ken Doig and his brother Rod started back in 1960 by converting a farm field into the beginnings of the Seaforth Golf and Country Club has, under the watch of children Ken Jr., Todd, Cameron and Carol Anne and their children, become one of golf's treasures near Lake Huron.

Cameron is the general manager. Carol Anne is the business and clubhouse manager. Todd is the greenskeeper and Ken, Jr., who caddied for 22 years on the PGA Tour, works on the course crew, cutting fairways. Several of their children work on the course. Another son, Ian, is a professional golfer living in the Toronto area but he is not involved. Rod Doig died two years ago.

Ken Doig, the winner of 200 tournaments over the years, is around if the kids need help.

"It's become everything we wanted it to be,'' said Cameron Doig, discussing the finished product after decades of improving, rebuilding and rerouting holes. "It's just great now. We got a better golf course and they got to build around it.

"The family is all still involved and that keeps everybody working with the same goal and direction and that makes it fun.''

The past three years, the Doigs have built and reworked eight new holes after handing some of their property to a Toronto developer and Seaforth partner, who in turn paid for the course improvements. The Doigs carved most of the holes -- the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, 10th, 16th and 17th -- out of the bush and they are spectacular. Though the course is still short at 6,027 yards from the back tees, it has some dangerous shots over water and through trees on narrow fairways.

A typically dangerous hole is the 269-yard par-four fourth, which is reachable with a driver but has a water hazard in front and left of the green. They plan to add some traps to the challenge.

"It's challenging enough, but not long," Cameron Doig said. "But try to overpower it can get you a big number real quick. Play it smart and you can get good scores."

During the construction, the Doigs kept the course open for 300 members and guests.

"We never shut it down," Cameron Doig said. "For three months, we played one hole as a par-three, but we didn't shortchange the members."

The development also is taking off with 25 homes sold -- all in the $300,000-plus range. Plans are for 245 homes and a $2-million recreation centre with swimming pool.

The first 50 people who buy homes receive a five-year membership in the golf club as part of their purchase price.

"It'd be nice to see it sold out in five years," Cameron Doig said.

At 79, Ken Doig still plays and once a year in June he hosts a senior tournament for many of his old friends he used to whip from London and area.

Doig's interest in building his own golf course came in 1958 as he drove back from the Ontario Amateur in Fort Erie. He told his brother, Rod, that they should build on the 105-acre Doig farm just outside of town. Two years later, they opened nine holes. It expanded to 18 in the mid-1980s and with the help of former PGA Tour player Dan Halldorson, a family friend, they designed the new holes.

The course now features a new entrance, a modern irrigation system, mature trees and most important a family that knows the golf business and what makes it tick.

Negotiations are taking place with the Canadian Tour for a tournament next Aug. 18-24.

 

      Children of Kenneth Laidlaw Doig and Mary Agnes Powell were as follows:

      466     i           Carol Anne7 Doig, born 1952 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.

      467     ii          Gail Hamilton7 Doig, born 1953 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.

      468     iii         Kenneth Laidlaw7 Doig Jr., born abt 1955 in Perth, Scotland.

      469     iv         Cameron7 Doig, born abt 1958 in Canada.

      470     v          Ian7 Doig, born 18 Apr 1961 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada.   Notes: Ian was a Canadian Tour golfer.

      471     vi         Todd7 Doig, born abt 1963 in Canada.

 

 

434. Robert S.6 Doig (Paul5, Robert Campbell4, Paul3, James2, Paul1), born 19 Aug 1932 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; died 13 Aug 2003 in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada; buried in Egmondville United Cemetery,Tuckersmith, Huron Co., Ontario, Canada.  He married Elsie R. Hiusser, born 24 Aug 1936 in Canada.

 

      Children of Robert S. Doig and Elsie R. Hiusser were as follows:

      472     i           Deborah (Deb)7 Doig.

      473     ii          Barbara (Barb)7 Doig.

      474     iii         Cary7 Doig.

 

 

446. John Albert6 Wright Jr. (John Albert5, Margaret Agnes Paterson4 Doig, James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 24 Mar 1914 in OR; died 7 Nov 2000 in Emmett, Gem Co., ID.  He married (1) Myrtle Faye (---), born 1912/13 in WA; died Aug 1941 in WA; (2) Elsie Mae Reynolds, born 9 Jul 1921; died 13 Feb 1980 in Port Angeles, Clallam Co., WA; (3) on 17 May 1997 in Clark Co., NV Carrie Ann Robertson.

 

Notes for John Albert Wright Jr.

      In 1940 John was a laborer in a logging camp on Deep Creek Road, Bunker, Lewis Co., WA with wife Myrtle Faye.

 

      Children of John Albert Wright Jr. and Elsie Mae Reynolds were as follows:

      475     i           Barbara Marie7 Wright, born 7 Jun 1942 in WA; died 14 Jan 1950 in Thurston Co., WA.

      476     ii          Son7 Wright.

      477     iii         Son7 Wright.

 

 

447. Virginia May6 Doig (Gerald Lawrence (Jerry)5, John Theodore Lawrence4, James3, Robert2, Paul1), born 12 Jun 1922 in Redwood Co., MN.  She married (1) on 12 Jun 1940 in Clark Co., AK A. E. Crowder, born abt 1919; (2) Frederick Cortland Wagner, born 20 Mar 1920 in NY; died 11 May 1984 in Hennepin Co., MN, son of Frederic C. Wagner and Winifred Poore.

 

Notes for Virginia May Doig

      She may be the Virgina M. Grace who died 26 Dec 1995 in Hennepin Co., MN.

 

      Children of Virginia May Doig and Frederick Cortland Wagner were as follows:

      478     i           Barbara Jean7 Wagner, born 11 Oct 1948 in Hennepin Co., MN.

      479     ii          Diane Elizabeth7 Wagner, born 25 Mar 1952 in Hennepin Co., MN.

      480     iii         Richard Frederick7 Wagner, born 22 Jan 1954 in Hennepin Co., MN.

      481     iv         Stephen Bruce7 Wagner, born 5 Dec 1961 in Hennepin Co., MN.

 

Generation 7

 

448. Douglas Hotchkiss7 Thomson III (Douglas Hotchkiss6, Douglas Hotchkiss5, James McArthur4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1), born abt 1947.  He married, divorced  Linda Lou Monzon.

 

Notes for Douglas Hotchkiss Thomson III

      MARRIAGE:

They divorced on 13 March 1989 in Windham Co., VT.

 

      Children of Douglas Hotchkiss Thomson III and Linda Lou Monzon were as follows:

      482     i           Sydney Elisabeth8 Thomson, born 17 Feb 1977 in Townshendm, Windham Co., VT.

      483     ii          James McGregor8 Thomson, born 28 Sep 1981 in Townshendm, Windham Co., VT.

      484     iii         Robert Hotchkiss8 Thomson, born 22 Oct 1985 in Townshendm, Windham Co., VT.

 

 

449. Elinor T.7 Thomson (Paul6, Carlyle Clifford5, Paul4, Ann3 McArthur, Janet2 Doig, Paul1).  She married Mr. Adman.

 

      Children of Elinor T. Thomson and Mr. Adman were as follows:

      485     i           Eric8 Adman.  He married Staci (---).

 

 

453. Jason7 Doig (Michael Ramond6, Conrad5, Henry Clarence4, Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 29 Jan 1977 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He married Tristan Coopersmith, born 1976.

 

Notes for Jason Doig

      Jason grew up in a suburb of Montreal, where he attended St. Charles Elementary School, West Island College high school and Vanier College. Aside from hockey, he played soccer at a very high level with the West Island Lakers soccer club and was invited to play for Team Quebec. He was tops as a National League Hocky player, his records available at www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Doig.

 

Notes for Tristan Coopersmith

      Tristan is the "love stylist" with a website at www.tristancoopersmith.com/. She has published a book "Menu Dating." I like her declaration, "falling in love rocks, staying in love rules."

 

      Children of Jason Doig and Tristan Coopersmith were as follows:

      486     i           Kyla8 Doig.

      487     ii          Jagger8 Doig.

      488     iii         Asa8 Doig.

  

 

 

456. Paul Anthony7 Fitz-Ritson (Donald Selvyn Adolphus6, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 29 Sep 1943 in Jamaica, West Indies; died 16 Mar 1974 in Norwood near Montego Bay, Jamaica, West Indies.  He married on 10 Apr 1965 in London, England Winsome Lilieth, born 4 Jan 1940 Of London, England.

 

Notes for Paul Anthony Fitz-Ritson

      Paul was an attorney-at-law.  After marriage he and Winsome returned to Jamaice in 1965. He served as Nations Sports Chairman.

 

Notes for Winsome Lilieth

      Winsome is an interior decorator.

 

      Children of Paul Anthony Fitz-Ritson and Winsome Lilieth were as follows:

      489     i           Karen Michelle8 Fitz-Ritson, born 14 Jan 1966 in Jamaica, West Indies.   Notes: Karen is a financial analyst by profession and founder/director of Fitz Ritson and Associates a professional training institute.

 

  

Paul and Winsome marriage in England 1965 

Paul in 1974

 

The Jamaica Observer, How to Conquer the Stock Market, 3 Sept 2006

Article on Karen Fitz-Ritson, clickHERE.

 

Karen Fitz-Ritson teaching her students

Karen Fitz-Ritson

 

 

 

457. Jennifer Ann7 Fitz-Ritson (Donald Selvyn Adolphus6, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 12 Jun 1950 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married on 12 Feb 1972 Geoffrey Earle Messado, born 19 Mar 1947.

 

Notes for Jennifer Ann Fitz-Ritson

      Jennifer met Geoffrey in England where they were both students. She is a chartered accountant and a practicing attorney-at-law.

 

      Children of Jennifer Ann Fitz-Ritson and Geoffrey Earle Messado were as follows:

+    490     i           Ingrid Justine8 Messado, born 19 Dec 1972.  She married Shaun Mati.

+    491     ii          Duncan Paul8 Messado, born 21 May 1974.  He married Christine Danielle.

      492     iii         Gary Scott Donald8 Messado, born 3 Dec 1984.   Notes: Gary is a student at the University of the West Indies pursuing his masters in accounting (following Geoffrey's foot steps).

 

Jennifer (Fitz-Ritson) Messado

 

Jennifer with her children and grandchildren. From the left is her eldest granddaughter Chandelier - who is looking at her mother Ingrid (Jennifer's eldest child), Ingrid is holding her other daughter Schaeffer and they stand beside Gary (black T-shirt -Gary is Jennifer's youngest son), In front of Gary is Tristan, Ingrid's son and my god child and the baby in the carriage is Kennedy, Jennifer's other grandchild. Kennedy's parents are Duncan - in the red tee shirt and Jennifer's first boy and his wife Christine in the jeans and of course Jennifer is at the end. Very proud of her family. Her grandchildren are her world she now has five.  

 

 

458. Frank Horace Eden7 Abrahams (Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 2 Dec 1935 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married on 30 Sep 1967 in Jamaica, West Indies Joan Meredith Rose Millington, born 4 Mar 1945 in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

      Children of Frank Horace Eden Abrahams and Joan Meredith Rose Millington were as follows:

      493     i           Frank David Matthew8 Abrahams, born 24 Dec 1968 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      494     ii          Gregory Mark Edward8 Abrahams, born 3 Mar 1972 in Jamaica, West Indies.

      495     iii         Jason Luke Daniel8 Abrahams, born 11 Feb 1981 in Jamaica, West Indies.

 

 

459. Barbara Elizabeth7 Abrahams (Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 8 Jan 1937 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married (1) Not married Daniel Barrajanos, born in Jamaica, West Indies; (2) Camille Ouka; (3) Lloyd Wilkes.

 

      Children of Barbara Elizabeth Abrahams and Daniel Barrajanos were as follows:

+    496     i           Lisa Renee8 Barrajanos, born 6 Mar 1961 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married (1) John Daryl Hemlock; (2) Byron Ian Hoffman.

 

      Children of Barbara Elizabeth Abrahams and Camille Ouka were as follows:

      497     i           Yasmine Nicole8 Ouka, born 2 Mar 1975 in Qew Gardens, NY.  She married Mr. Campbell.

 

 

460. William Trevor7 Abrahams (Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 7 Nov 1938 in Jamaica, West Indies.  He married (1) in 1957 in Jamaica, West Indies Phyllis Audrey Barrett, born in Jamaica, West Indies; (2) on 4 Nov 1970 Claudette (---).

 

      Children of William Trevor Abrahams and Phyllis Audrey Barrett were as follows:

      498     i           Richard Byron8 Abrahams, born 31 Jul 1959.

+    499     ii          Sandra Denise8 Abrahams, born 29 Jan 1961.  She married Keith Vincent Hughes.

      500     iii         Michael Horace8 Abrahams, born 21 Jul 1963.

 

      Children of William Trevor Abrahams and Claudette (---) were as follows:

      501     i           Samantha Ann8 Abrahams, born 19 Oct 1972.

      502     ii          Camille Alicia8 Abrahams, born 6 May 1978.

 

 

461. Sarah Eleanor7 Abrahams (Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 26 Apr 1944 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married Carleton Hugh Francis, born 7 Feb 1944.

 

Notes for Sarah Eleanor Abrahams

      Sarah and Carleton adopted a son.

 

      Children of Sarah Eleanor Abrahams and Carleton Hugh Francis were as follows:

      503     i           Stephen Hugh8 Francis, born 2 Dec 1978.   Notes: Stephen is adopted.

 

 

462. Janet Anne7 Stewart (Donald Duncan6, William Murdoch5, Ann (Annie)4 Bell, Paul Doig3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 20 Feb 1973 in Oklahoma City, OK.  She married on 10 Oct 1998 in Dowingtown, PA David Alan Spaulding, born 1969.

 

      Children of Janet Anne Stewart and David Alan Spaulding were as follows:

      504     i           Isobel Katherine8 Spaulding, born 16 May 2001 in West Chester, PA.

      505     ii          James Duncan8 Spaulding, born 25 Feb 2004 in Paoli, PA.

      506     iii         Jessie Eleanor8 Spaulding, born 11 Aug 2007 in Paoli, PA.

 

 

463. Andrew Duncan7 Stewart (Donald Duncan6, William Murdoch5, Ann (Annie)4 Bell, Paul Doig3, Margaret2 Doig, Paul1), born 26 Oct 1980 in Clinton, IA.  He married on 16 Jun 2001 Brandi Michelle Taylor, born abt 1980.

 

      Children of Andrew Duncan Stewart and Brandi Michelle Taylor were as follows:

      507     i           Bailey Ashton8 Stewart, born 1 Jan 1999 in Muskogee, OK.

 

Generation 8

 

490. Ingrid Justine8 Messado (Jennifer Ann7 Fitz-Ritson, Donald Selvyn Adolphus6, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 19 Dec 1972.  She married on 4 Jan 1992 Shaun Mati.

 

Notes for Ingrid Justine Messado

      Ingred and Shaun met as students in Atlanta, Georgia, where they lived in 2006.

 

      Children of Ingrid Justine Messado and Shaun Mati were as follows:

      508     i           Chandler Justine9 Mati, born 15 Sep 1992.

      509     ii          Tristan9 Mati, born 12 Jul 1996.

      510     iii         Schaefer9 Mati, born 23 Sep 2002.

 

 

491. Duncan Paul8 Messado (Jennifer Ann7 Fitz-Ritson, Donald Selvyn Adolphus6, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 21 May 1974.  He married on 1 Jul 2000 Christine Danielle.

 

      Children of Duncan Paul Messado and Christine Danielle were as follows:

      511     i           Kennedy Alexis9 Messado, born 13 Mar 2003.

      512     ii          Keira Rae9 Messado, born 15 Dec 2005.

 

 

496. Lisa Renee8 Barrajanos (Barbara Elizabeth7 Abrahams, Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 6 Mar 1961 in Jamaica, West Indies.  She married (1) on 15 May 1982, divorced  John Daryl Hemlock, born abt 4 Jan 1950; (2) on 12 Jun 1987, divorced  Byron Ian Hoffman, born 12 Dec 1960.

 

Notes for Lisa Renee Barrajanos

      MARRIAGE:

They were divorced Sept 1986.

 

      Children of Lisa Renee Barrajanos and John Daryl Hemlock were as follows:

      513     i           Olivia Barbara9 Hemlock, born 28 Jan 1981.

      514     ii          Jenniferdawn9 Hemlock, born 4 Nov 1983.

 

      Children of Lisa Renee Barrajanos and Byron Ian Hoffman were as follows:

      515     i           Brittany Marie9 Hoffman, born 5 Jan 1989.

 

 

499. Sandra Denise8 Abrahams (William Trevor7, Christabelle Henrietta6 Fitz-Ritson, Henrietta Eliza5 Brown, Mary Elizabeth Maria4 Doig, Andrew Paul3, Paul2, Paul1), born 29 Jan 1961.  She married on 19 Feb 1985 Keith Vincent Hughes, born 29 May 1956.

 

      Children of Sandra Denise Abrahams and Keith Vincent Hughes were as follows:

      516     i           Sean Lee9 Hughes, born 27 Aug 1985.

      517     ii          Kenyon Dion9 Hughes, born 19 Apr 1987.

 

 

 


Some References used in this Family History:

     

      Canada

     

-----, 1851 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig.

-----, 1861 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig; Tuckersmith   Twp. - Isabella (Doig) Bell.

-----, 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig; Tuckersmith   Twp. - Paul Doig.

-----, 1881 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig, Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. - Robert McArthur, Catherine (Campbell) Doig, Isabella (Doig) Bell, Margaret P. (Doig) Cooper.

-----, 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. - Robert Bell, Margaret P. (Doig) Cooper.

-----, 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. - Robert C. Doig.

-----, Ontario Archives Land Record Index, (28 Feb 1979) - Paul Doig.

Dilts, Bryan Lee, 1848 and 1850 Canada West (Ontario) Census Index, (Salt Lake City: Index Pub., 1984) - Robert Doig.

     

      Jamaica

     

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court Books of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Lithengow, from 1846 to 1865 Inclusive, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1866), Trelawny, Jamaica, 47. 11.9.45 - Paul Doig.

-----, The Paul Doig Jamaican Connection (By the descendants of Paul Doig in Jamaica, unpublished, 1992) - Paul Doig.

-----, Will of Paul Doig, signed 14 Mar 1840 in Jamaica - Paul Doig.

Dobson, David, Scottish-American Wills 1650-1900, (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub., 199), 30 - Paul Doig.

Kingston Newspaper ?, Date ?, "Trelawny's Illustrious William Fitz-Ritson" - William Fitz-Ritson.

     

      Scotland

     

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock Parish, Meadowhead - Paul Doig, Janet Doig, Jean Doig.

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Thornhill - James Doig; Moss Side - Andrew Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Mill of Goody - Agnes Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Menteith - James Doig.

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Wester Boquhapple - John Doig; Mill of Goodie - Paul Doig; Thornhill - Christina (Campbell) Doig.

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

     

-----, Abridgement of Sasines, Perth, Vol. 4, 1841-1845, (Film #0217128, index #0217063) - Paul Doig, Andrew Doig, Janet Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

-----, Commercial Directory & Topography of Scotland, (London: Slater, 1860), 1114 - John Doig.

-----, Decennial Indexes to the Services of Heirs in Scotland, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb), copies of original documents obtained - Paul Doig (L301); Andrew Doig.

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personel Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Copmmissary Court Books of Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth, Clackmannan, Kinross, and Stirling, from 1846 to 1867, Inclusive, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1868), 184 (Film #1368216) - Andrew Doig [1846-F158]; John Doig [1866-H1235]; James Doig [1862-H695].

-----, Kilmadock Parish Record, (Edinburgh: New Records House - microfilm of original).

-----, Kincardine Parish Record, (Edinburgh: New Records House - microfilm of original).

-----, Old Parochial Registers, Kippen (#0102121).

-----, Owners of Lands and Heritages, 1872-3 Return, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1874), 162 - Paul Doig.

-----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1832, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1832) - John Doig, Paul Doig.

-----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1837, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1837) - John Doig, Robert Doig.

-----, Scottish Vital Records, Deaths, (Edinburgh: Registry House), microfilms of original documents - Agnes (Anderson) Doig, John Doig, Paul Doig, David Doig.

Mitchell, John Fowler & Sheila, Monumental Inscriptions (Pre-1855) in South Perthshire, (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy Society, 1974) - John Dewer.

     

      United States

     

-----, Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1846 - Paul Doig.

Cloyd, Iris, ed., Who's Who Among Black Americans, (Detroit: Gale Research, 1990/91), 349 - Elmo Henry Doig.

 


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