The Livingston's of Clyde River, Lot 31


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The Livingston's of Clyde River

The "MacPHAILS of Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI" have two subsets involving a LIVINGSTON family who came from Mull to PEI in the brig "Rambler" in 1806 and took up land at Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. In the tree details that follow, the earliest known members of that LIVINGSTON family are given and the two subsets identified and followed through the years.

In addition, information is provided on the three brothers of Donald LIVINGSTON (who married Flora McPHAIL) and Flora LIVINGSTON (who married Donald McPHAIL). Their details are given in the second generation with some further information on their children that may be of use to LIVINGSTON researchers. My research on them has been limited.

Connections to other parts of the overall MacPHAIL family at Clyde River and elsewhere on the Island will be noted as they occur. The reader may be directed to check them out to follow the family lines.

Please Note: The spelling of names beginning with Mc or Mac used in this tree is based on the spelling used by the individual at the end of his or her life. None of the family who died before 1910 seem to have used the MacPHAIL spelling. All used McPHAIL. My own great-grandmother McPHAIL, a widow, insisted to her dying day in 1924, that her name was McPHAIL and that she was not changing the spelling to that used by her children!

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John M. Collins
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The Livingston's of Clyde River

First Generation

1. Donald LIVINGSTON. Born in 1750/1751 in Morven, Argyll, Scot. Donald died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, in Jun 1840. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV1.

* The family seems to have come from the area of Argyll, Scotland known as Morven. This is the peninsula jutting west from the mainland toward the northeast coast of the Isle of Mull. The Sound of Mull is the channel between Morven and Mull. It is suspected that they likely lived in one of the communities along that channel. No research has been done on the Livingstons in Morven. The family first appears in Mull in the very early 1800s around the Tobermory area as if they have moved there. The marriage records in Mull of sons DONALD (MP212) in 1803 and John in 1805 identify each as of Morven, and the children born after the marriage are baptized in Mull with the fathers still "of Morven".

The extended family migrated to PEI on board the Brig Rambler which departed from Tobermory, Mull about the first week of May and arrived at Charlotte Town, PEI on 20 June 1806. This point of departure is the reason the family remembers their roots as "coming from Tobermory, Mull", although Mull was in reality just a stopping place along the way from Morven.

The party of Donald Livingston, Sr. leased land on the south shore of Lot 65, immediately east of Nine Mile Creek in 1806. A record on the sale of lands of Lord Selkirk shows 100 ac. in the parish of Charlotte, Queens County to Donald Livingston "settlers in 1806 & interest payable 1st of May 1807." The 1841 Census entry for the homestead property as held by Donald (LV115) shows the lease as having been held 33 years [from 1808]. By the 1841 Census the extended family had another 100 acres by verbal agreement at the mouth of Nine Mile Creek immediately west of Donald that was held by John Loveston [born before 1781] with his wife; and 50 acres by verbal agreement held by Alexander Loveston [born 1781/96] and his wife east of the homestead. The 1863 Lake Map shows a D. Livingston with an A. Livingston immediately to the west, and on the west side of Nine Mile Creek another A. Livingston.

Donald is mentioned as a juror at inquest of McIntyre on 23 Jan 1825 and inquest of McEachern on 20 Jul 1828. He advertised in the PEI Register on 17 Jun 1825, 1 Jul 1825, 16 Aug 1825, 27 Aug 1825, 14 Feb 1826, 21 Mar 1826, 29 Apr 1828, 30 Dec 1828. He is mentioned in the Colonial Herald 20 Feb 1840 pg and his death notice is in the 20 Jun 1840 edition of the Herald on pg 3.

A Margaret Livingston [b. 1773/74] came to PEI with her husband James Currie [b.1780/81] and son James Currie [b. 1803/04] from Tobermory on the "Spencer" arriving 22 Sep 1806. She may have been a daughter of Donald and Mary.

Donald married Mary ______. Born in 1755/1756 in Morven, Argyll, Scot. Mary died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.

They had the following known children:

2 i. Duncan (1772-<1841)

3 ii. John (1775-1859)

4 iii. Donald (1780-1865)

5 iv. Flora (1788-1825)

6 v. Alexander (1790-1869)

Second Generation

2. Duncan LIVINGSTON (Donald1). Born in 1772/1773 in Morven, Argyll, Scot. Duncan died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, bef 1841. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV11.

Came from Tobermory, Mull on Rambler with parents (see their note). Had wife Catherine and first child Margaret with him.

Abt 1804 Duncan married Catherine _______, in Tobermory, Mull, Argyll, Scot. Born in 1783/1784 in Mull, Scot. Catherine died in Argus, PEI, on 22 Jun 1875. Buried in Canoe Cove Pres. Cem., Lot 65. Estimate of date & place of marriage based on knowing first child Margaret was born in December 1805 near Tobermory, Mull.

- Lived with daughter Mary & son in law John McKinnon in latter years.

- Mrs. Catherine Livingstone d. 22 June 1875 Argus age 94 at home of son-in-law John McKinnon and was buried at Canoe Cove, Lot 65. She was the relict of Duncan Livingstone.

They had the following known children:

i. Margaret. Born in Dec 1805 in Near Tobermory, Mull, Scot. Margaret died in PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV111.

- To PEI on Rambler in 1806 as a baby with her parents and grandparents. Connected her to these parents as she at a half year old is listed immediately after Catherine who would have been taking care of her closely. She was a spinster of Hillsboro Parish at time of marriage.

- On 18 Jan 1827 Margaret married Lauchlin McLEAN, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Clergy Rector L.C. Jenkins; witnesses Rich'd Hill, Don'd Livingstone, Jno Livingston. Marriage licence dated 18 Jan 1827. Born abt 1805. Occupation: Farmer. He was a bachelor of Hillsboro Parish at time of marriage.

ii. Flora. Born on 8 Dec 1807 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Flora was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 22 Dec 1807. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV112.

- On 29 Nov 1832 Flora married Donald McDONALD, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Rector L.C. Jenkins with withnesses John Livingston, Jno McDonald & Geo. Ladner. Born abt 1805 and was living at West River at time of marriage in 1832.

iii. Catherine. Born on 15 Dec 1811 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Catherine was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 5 Jan 1812. Catherine died bef 1881. User ID: LV113.

- On 17 Mar 1838 Catherine married Colin McPHEE, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Rector L.C. Jenkins, witnesses John Livingston & John Heartz. Born in 1814/1815 in PEI. Colin died in Eliott River, Lot 65, PEI, in 1881/1891; he was 67. Occupation: Farmer At St. Catherines, Elliot River, Lot 65. Religion: Cdn. Pres.

- 1880 Atlas of Lot 65 shows Colin McPhee with 50 ac at St. Catherines. In 1928 Atlas, the property is held by Malcolm McNeill.

- In 1891 Census son Alexander has the farm and Colin is missing, suggesting his death.

iv. Mary. Born in 1812/1813 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Mary died on 14 May 1892. Buried in Canoe Cove Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV114.

- Her presence in this family is based on the mention that Catherine, relict of Duncan Livingston, died 22 June 1875 age 94 at Argus, at the home of her son-in-law John McKinnon.

- Abt 1836 Mary married John McKINNON. Born in 1809/1810. John died on 6 Jul 1882. Buried in Canoe Cove Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

- 1841 Census shows them in Lot 65 on the Argyle Shore Road west of Canoe Cove with 2 fem & 1 male b. 1825/41. 1861 census for Lot 65 is missing.

- The death announcement of his mother-in-law in June 1875 gives his address as Angus.

v. John. Born abt 1814 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. John died in Strathgartney, Lot 30, PEI, in 1841/1861; he was 27. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.

- He is positioned in the family of Duncan Livingston as Duncan was the only one of the three brothers who were married by 1814 who was without a John.

- Acquired farm on Tryon Rd at Riverdale and appears there in 1841 Census of Lot 30. Family is composed of 1 male & 1 fem b. 1796/1825; 1 male & 2 fem. b. 1825/41 of whom 1 b. Scot. & 4 b. Ire [should be Scot.]. All are Ch. of Scot. Farm is 100 ac of which 6 ac. are arable. He has raised 100 bu of potatoes but no grains, and has 1 horse, 2 cattle, 1 sheep & 3 hogs. The farm is held by Verbal Agreement. From the farm details, he has not had it for long or else is having trouble making a success of it.

- John married Catherine ______ . She was born in 1815/1816 in Mull, Argyll, Scot. and died in Strathgartney, Lot 30, PEI, on 23 Dec 1891. Occupation: Housewife > Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

- DOB calculates as 1814 by death notice which also says she emigrated to PEI from Mull in 1832.

- Appears in 1861 Census of Lot 30 as Catherine Livingston, widow b.1816/40. Family living on Tryon Road near east side of Lot 30.

- Appears in 1881 Census of Lot 30 with son Angus, widow, b.1820/21.

- Appears in 1891 Census of lot 30 with son Angus, mother, widow, b.1815/16 Scot.

vi. Allan. Born in 1815/1816 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Allan died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 19 Aug 1888. Buried in Canoe Cove Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV115.

Coonection to his parents not proven except that he appears on his father's property in the 1863 Lake Map.

- On 3 Nov 1847 Allan married Janet (JENNET) McDONALD, in Charlottetown, PEI. Clergy Rev. Silas F. Rand, Baptist minister; witnesses John McDonald & Margaret McKenzie. Born in 1825/1826 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Janet (JENNET) died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 20 Mar 1891. Buried in Canoe Cove Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

- Her will [Lib 12, Folio 542 PEI Archives Registers of Wills] gives her farm of 60 ac. and stock, implements and furniture to her son John Ewen Livingstone. Executors were her son Allan Livingstone and her brothers John and Charles McDonald, all of Nine Mile Creek. Jennet made her mark on 2 Sept 1890, witnessed by Neil S. McKenzie and Angus Campbell, and the will was proved on oath of Angus Campbell 1 April 1891. This farm may have been a piece of land that she inherited in her own name from the McDonald family as the Livingston farm is thought to have gone to the first son Allan Livingston.

* Will: PEI Wills & Administrations 1807-1900 Wills, Liber 12, Folio 542, Filed 1 April 1891 with codicil.

In her will:

-Jennet Levingstone of Nine Mile Creek, widow of Allan Levingstone, gives her farm of 60 ac. and stock, implements and furniture to her son John Ewen Livingstone.

- Stipulates that she is to be buried beside her husband in the Canoe Cove burying ground.

- States "As to the rest of my family, they knowing my circumstances, know I can leave them nothing but my blessing."

Executors were her son Allan Livingstone and her brothers John and Charles McDonald, all of Nine Mile Creek. Jennet made her mark on 2 Sept 1890, witnessed by Neil S. McKenzie and Angus Campbell, and the will was proved on oath of Angus Campbell 1 April 1891.

vii. Donald. Born on 14 Oct 1817 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Donald was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 6 Nov 1817. Donald died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, bef 1891. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV116.

- Appears DOB 1810/1811 Scot., a widower, living with son Alan in 1881 Census.

- Abt 1840 Donald married Catherine CAMERON. Rector L.C. Jenkins; witnesses Archibald Livingston & Robert Taylor. Born in 1805/1806 in PEI. Catherine died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 4 Mar 1873. Buried in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scotland.

- She may be a daughter of Angus Cameron of Lot 31, West River.

viii. Dugald. Born on 28 Jun 1820 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Dugald was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 19 Jul 1820. Religion: Anglican. User ID: LV117.

- On 21 Feb 1850 Dugald married Mary LIVINGSTON, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Born abt 1822. Religion: Anglican.

3. John LIVINGSTON (Donald1). Born in 1775/1776 in Morven, Argyll, Scot. John died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 30 Mar 1859. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV12.

Came to Tobermory area of Isle of Mull about 1802/03 from Morven. Came to PEI with his parents and siblings in the Livingston migration of 1806 from Tobermory.

- He is listed in 1841 Census as b. bef. 1781 and Isabella as b. 1781-96. Also in family were 2 fem & 1 male b. 1796-1825 and 2 male b.1825-41. Two paid passage and were born in Scot., rest in PEI; all are Ch. of Scot. He holds 100 acres of land under a verbal agreement of which 50 are arable (cleared) paying a rent of a shilling per acre per year.

- DOB by death notice was 1772/73.

Abt 1805 John married Isabella McGREGOR, daughter of Archibald McGREGOR (1765-1828) & Ann McCOLL (1768-1840), in Tobermory, Mull, Argyll, Scot. She was born in 1783/1784 in Scot. and died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, aft 1841. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.

Came to PEI from Tobermory, Mull with husband and his extended family in the Livingston migration of 1806. No children at that time but she gave birth to first child 27 days after arriving at Charlotte Town.

They had the following children:

i. Ann. Born on 17 Jul 1806 in Charlotte Town, PEI. Ann was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 20 Jul 1806. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV121.

ii. Dugald. Born on 30 Jul 1809 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Dugald was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 1 Aug 1809. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV122.

iii. Hector. Born on 30 Mar 1811 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Hector was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 28 Apr 1811. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV123.

iv. Duncan. Born on 2 Mar 1813 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Duncan was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 29 Mar 1813. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV124.

- He was of Charlottetown at the time of his marriage to Margaret. One of the witnesses was from Dog River, Lot 31.

- Children may include

John Livingston (B) of Charlottetown who married Lizzie F. Worth (S) of Charlottetown on 9 May 1877. Minister was Rev. J.A. Fallgatter; Bondsman was Neil Livingston; Witnesses were Neil Livingston, Mattie Worth & Will Worth. ( Lic. dated 9 May MLBk #12 1871-81 pg 149) (Marr. Reg. #13 1870-87 pg 406)

- On 31 Oct 1855 when Duncan was 42, he married Margaret FLEMING of Charlottetown, in Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. W. Snodgrass of St. James Presbyterian Church was the minister and the witnesses were Angus McFadyen of Dog River and Neil McLean of Charlottetown. She was born abt 1832.

v. Isabella. Born on 30 Apr 1815 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Isabella was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 5 Jun 1815. Isabella died in Charlottetown, PEI, on 30 Sep 1840. Religion: Ch. Of Scot >> Anglican. User ID: LV125.

- On 13 Mar 1834 Isabella married John Thomas HEARTZ, son of John Martin HEARTZ & Anne Margaret DAWSON, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. He was born on 31 May 1806 in Charlotte Town, PEI. John Thomas died in Charlottetown, PEI, on 19 Mar 1881. Religion: Anglican.

vi. Donald. Born on 26 May 1818 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Donald was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 30 Jun 1818. Donald died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 4 Dec 1857 Buried on 8 Dec 1857 in Old Protestant Cem., Charlotte Town, PEI. Occupation: Teacher 10 Yrs In N.B. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV126. Seems to have remained single.

- Mentioned as a teacher in Royal Gazette of 11 Feb 1840 & 7 Feb 1843 and in Colonial Herald of 2 Mar 1844. Appears to have gone to New Brunswick about 1845.

Minister at burial was D. Fitzgerald of St. Paul's Anglican Ch., Charlotte Town.

vii. John Ladbroke. Born on 18 Oct 1819 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. John Ladbroke was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 6 Nov 1819. John Ladbroke died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 20 Jul 1879. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Pres. User ID: LV127.

- He may be the John Livingston mentioned in the Royal Gazette of 27 August 1839 as an ensign in the 1st Queen's County Militia. He is also remembered as a school teacher.

- J. Livingston appears on the 1863 Lake Map on the south side of the West Dog River opposite an I. McLain who's first initial is indistinct. John & Margaret acquired the 100 ac. property of her parents on the Dog (Clyde) River at some time prior to the McAlpine Maritime Provinces Directory of 1871/71 and he is identified as a farmer. His name appears on that land between Dunc. McLean and Ang. McLean on the 1880 Atlas map of Lot 31.

* Will: In John's will [Lib 9, Fol 768 PEI Archives Registers of Wills] John is a farmer and teacher of Queens Co., PEI and directs:

- that Lillias is to receive 2 years schooling, 4 months training in sewing. Bed and board to be paid off the place & lodging.

- that Donald is to receive $62 whenever the place is able to sustain.

- that wife Margaret is to get $8 annually paid semiannually.

- that his five daughters are to receive 1 cow and 4 sheep.

- that the oats are to be threshed as soon as shipping commences. Oats and potatoes to be shipped by vessel. Monies to be go to his wife Margaret for safekeeping.

- that a "Neutral Room" is to be provided at home for those who want to come home.

- that Mary and Lilly to be provided with shoes no way deficient, Mary's especially.

- Duncan and Ewen to be provided with Sunday clothes from off the farm.

Executors are his friend Archibald Levington of Clyde River and friend Ewen Henderson of Clyde River.

John Livingston signed and dated the will on the 7th of July 1879, the witnesses being Ewen Henderson and Duncan McLean. The will was proved on the oath of Ewen Henderson on the 13th of August 1879.

- On 29 Aug 1850 John Ladbroke married Margaret McLEAN, in Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. Robert M. McNair of St. James Pres. Ch. was the minister and the witnesses were Malcolm & Neil Darrach. Marriage Licence issued 28 Aug 1850.

She was born in 1828/1829 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 28 Jan 1901. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> Pres.

- She is thought to be the daughter of Donald McLean of Old Tryon Rd who appears in the 1848 Census of Lot 31.

- Appears as widow in 1881 census.

- Appears as widow living with daughter Mary Cameron in 1891 Census. DOB is 1829/30 with both parents born in Scotland.

* Will: In Margaret's will [Lib 15, Fol 535 PEI Archives Registers of Wills] she is of Clyde River, widow of John Livingston and directs:

- the executors are to pay the balance of the mortgage on her property of 100 ac., 50 of which she owns and 50 held by Angus Cameron her son-in-law.

- All personal estate is to go to her daughter Mary Cameron, wife of Angus Cameron.

- Her 50ac. property was to be sold and the balance, after debts paid, to be divided equally between sons Duncan Livingstone of Denver, Colorado, daughter Margaret Catherine Livingstone of Cambridge, Mass and daughter Lillias Grant Holroyd Livingstone of Cambridge, Mass.

Executors are Francis L Hazard and John F. Whear both of Charlottetown, PEI, barristers.

Margaret signed the will dated the 23rd of August 1900 and the witnesses were Gil Gaudet, attorney at law and A.A. Bartlett.

The will was proved on the 2nd of December 1901 on the oath of Gilbert Gaudet. Probated was granted on the 2nd of June 1902 to Hon'bl John F. Whear, the executor having renounced.

4. Donald LIVINGSTON (Donald1). Born in 1780/1781 in Morvern, Scot. Donald died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, in 1865/1881; he was 85. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: LV13.

- Emigrated to PEI on brig Rambler in 1806 as a married man with his parents and siblings as a family unit, arriving Charlotte Town 20 June 1806. He would have settled first with family at Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65 but by 1807 was listed as a settler of Lord Selkirk at the Dog (Clyde) River.

- Family seems to have been Ch. of Scot. at time of migration for several children were infant baptised at St. Pauls in Charlotte Town. Parents of both Donald & Flora were Ch. of Scot. They became Baptists sometime prior to 1841, possibly because the Clyde River Baptist church was built nearby.

- In 1841 Census, his household has 1 male & 1 fem b.bef 1781 Scot.; 1 fem & 3 males b. 1796/1825 PEI; 2 males 1825/41 PEI. He is a farmer and all are Baptist. Has a 100ac farm of 1st quality and 40 ac. are under cultivation. In past year farm produced 60 bu wheat, 150 bu oats; 30 bu barley and 1000 bu potatoes. They have 3 horses, 18 cattle, 20 sheep & 9 hogs.

- 1848 Census, his household has 1 male & 1 fem b.bef 1788 Scot.; 1 fem b.1803/32 PEI; 2 males b.1832/48 PEI; All are Baptist, Farming.

On 26 Apr 1803 Donald married Flora McPHAIL, daughter of Malcolm McPHAIL of Arle/Ardmore (abt 1749-aft 1796) & Mary McPHERSON (abt 1754-), in Kilninian & Kilmore Parish, Mull, Scot. She was born in 1780 likely at Baliscate, K& K Parish, Mull, Argyll, Scot. and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 26 Dec 1865. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP222.

See entry for Malcolm McPHAIL (3) in "McPHAILs of Clyde River, Lot 31" tree for the parents of Flora McPHAIL.

- She is in this McPhail family based on her close association with putitive sister Mary McPhail MURRAY and brother Archibald McPHAIL. Her baptism has not been found.

They had the following children:

7 i. Malcolm (~1806-1888)

8 ii. Alexander (1807-1841)

9 iii. Donald (1809-1891)

10 iv. Margaret (~1812-)

11 v. John (1814-~1887)

12 vi. Isabella (1815-)

13 vii. Duncan (~1817-1874)

14 viii. Archibald (1819-1909)

15 ix. Flora (1825-1898)

5. Flora LIVINGSTON (Donald1). Born in 1788/1789 in Mull, Scot. Flora died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, in 1825. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV15.

- Came to PEI in 1806 with her parents on the "Rambler" and would have been settled with them at Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65. She seems to have an "understanding" with Donald McPHAIL back on Mull and married him shortly after he arrived in 1808.

Abt 1809 Flora married Donald McPHAIL, son of Colin McPHAIL of Aros, Mull (1743/1744-aft 1786) & Christian CAMPBELL (abt 1748-aft 1786), in PEI. He was born in 1774 in Aros, K&K Parish, Mull, Scot. and was baptized in Aros, K&K Parish, Mull, Scot., on 26 Mar 1774. Donald died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, bef 1841. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP214.

- Mentioned in his parents' home in 1779 Census.

- He seems to have come to PEI as a single man in 1808 possibly with his cousins Mary McPHAIL and her new husband John MURRAY, and her younger brother Angus McPHAIL. He and Angus were fore-runners of the 1810 McPHAIL migration to the Clyde River for they appear to to have acquired properties and begun preparing them.

- It also seems likely that he and Flora LIVINGSTON, who came to Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65 in 1806 with her parents, had an "understanding" from back on Mull for they appear to have married very shortly after his arrival.

- Connection of dau. Jane to this family is based upon best fit rather than proof. It may be that her mother died at her birth.

See entry of DONALD McPHAIL (8) in "MacPHAIL of Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI" for full details on him and his descendants.

They had the following children:

i. Archibald McPHAIL. Born on 20 Nov 1809 in Clyde River, Lot 31, Queens Co., PEI. Archibald was baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 5 Dec 1809. Archibald died bef May 1860. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2141.

He is thought to be the younger Archibald McPhail in the 1848 Census of Lot 31 on the Baltic Road at the Tryon Rd. with self & wife born 1803/32 Scot., and 2 daughters and 1 son b. 1832/48 PEI. Family is Kirk of Scotland.

- Abt 1842 Archibald married Ruth ______. She was born abt 1820 in England and died aft 1864. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Church Of England.

- She is thought to be the Widow McPhail in 1861 Census in Charlottetown with 4 children. and is there in 1864 in the Hutchinsons Directory.

ii. Anne McPHAIL. Born on 2 Dec 1814 in Lot 65, PEI. Anne was baptized in Ch'town, PEI; St. Paul's Ang. Ch.; Rev. T. Desbrisay, on 9 Mar 1815. Anne died on 25 Apr 1901. Buried in Canoe Cove Pres. Cemetery. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Church Of Scot. User ID: MP2142.

- With her mother's death when she was 11 yrs old, she likely started on the household tasks.

- Abt 1837 Anne married Dougald McDOUGALL, son of Colin McDOUGALL (abt 1775-). Born in 1809/1810 in Isle Of Mull, Argyle, Scotland. Dougald died in Canoe Cove, Lot 65, PEI, on 3 Nov 1884. Buried in Canoe Cove Pres. Cemetery. Occupation: Farmer at Canoe Cove, Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

- A Maggie McPhail living with them in 1881 Census Lot 65 Fam 203. She is 12 yrs old, attending school and thought to be a relative of Anne.

iii. Donald McPHAIL. Born on 5 Oct 1816 in West River, Lot 65, PEI. Baptized on 6 Nov 1817 in Charlottetown, PEI, St. Paul's Anglican. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2143.

iv. Flora McPHAIL. Born abt Mar 1818 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Flora died in St. Peter's Rd, Lot 34, PEI, in 1881/1891. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Ch. Of Eng. User ID: MP2144.

- She is placed in this family based on her estimated date of birth, the lack of another McPhail family with children of that period and the use of the uncommon name of BENJAMIN for one of her children as well as for her brother.

- In 1841 Census she is b. 1796/1825 PEI. In 1861 Census she is b.1816/40. Therefore b.1816/25, est. as 1818.

- On 12 Jul 1835 Flora married John SENTNER Sr., son of Caleb SENTNER Sr. UE (abt 1754-6 Sep 1855) & Mary JUDSON UE (1773-19 Jun 1859), in St. Pauls Ang., Charlottetown, PEI. Rector L.C. Jenkins performed the ceremony and the witnesses were James Breading & Wm Pepperall. The "An Island Refuge" by Abegweit Branch UEL 1983, pg 270 incorrectly states the year as 1825 resulting in some impossible ages. Johnwas born on 6 Sep 1813 in PEI and was baptized in St. Pauls Ang., Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Sep 1813. John died in St. Peter's Rd, Lot 34, PEI, in 1891/1901. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Ch. Of Eng.

- In 1841 Census he and wife are b.1796/1825, have 2 fem & 2 males b. 1825/41, all b. PEI and are C. of Eng. John is a farmer and has 100 ac.

- In 1861 Census he is b.1801/16 and there are 1 fem b.bef 1801 [believed to be his widowed mother], 1 fem b. 1816/40 [believed to be wife], 1 fem & 1 male b. 1840/45, 1 male 1845/56, the last three being single. He is a farmer and has 30 ac.. All are C.of E.

- FLORA and John homesteaded on 100ac. north of Bonshaw, Lot 30 where he is said by others to have established a flour and grist mill on the West River. This is not borne out by the 1841 & 1861 Censuses both of which show him as farming but on two different sizes of lots., He either changed properties of sold off 70 ac. between 1841 & 1861.

- They remained there until between 1864 and 1871 when they moved to the East (Hillsborough) River in Lot 34 where he continued as a miller at least until after the 1881 Census. , John is noted as a constable in the Royal Gazette of Jan. 24, 1843. In the 1861 Census they have a single woman born before 1801 living with them. She might be his mother. On the 1863 Lake Map he is "J. Sennet" beside West River in Strathgarney north of Bonshaw and in the next year, 1864, he is listed in Hutchinson's Directory of PEI as John Sentner with a flour mill at Bonshaw.

- FLORA and John were Church of England up to an including the 1871 Census, but their daughter MARGARET has her wedding in a Presbyterian Church in 1862 and John himself is listed as Epicopal Presbyterian in the 1881 Census.

* John was living in the household of Isaac Crosby of Lot 34 at the time of the 1891 Census. It is not known what relation, if any, this person had with him.

v. Benjamin McPHAIL. Born on 17 Aug 1819 in West River, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town, on 17 Sep 1819. Benjamin died in Charlottetown, PEI, on 3 Feb 1857. Buried on 5 Feb 1857 in Charlottetown, PEI. Occupation: Inmate Of Lunatic Asylum. User ID: MP2145. Religion: Church Of England. Note in burial record "lunatic".

vi. Paul McPHAIL. Born abt 1823 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Paul died in Summerside, PEI, abt 1867.

- He is placed in Donald's family as it was the only McPhail family of Dog River who were Church of Scotland. Paul's second name would then be the same as his father's father.

- Paul was a bach of Dog River living in Lot 16 at the time of his marriage to Melinda McLean.

- He appears in 1861 Census of Lot 16 as a farmer with household of 1 male & 1 female born 1816/40 PEI, 1 female born 1845/56 PEI and 2 males born 1856/61 PEI. All are Presbyterian of Lower Provinces. He has leased 5 ac. of land for past 11 years. [since 1850]. His neighbour is Donald McLean.

- In the 1863 Lake Map, P. McPhail appears on the Southwest Road, just east of the community of Southwest. In the 1880 Atlas map of the area, the property is 70 ac. in the name of Alex. McNeill between Donald McNeill and Rod'k McLean.

- On 1 Jul 1852 Paul married Melinda McLEAN, daughter of Alexander McLEAN (abt 1800-) & Catherine HOWATT, in Charlottetown, PEI. Marriage performed by James Yeo Esq., J.P.; Witnesses were Susan Richards & Alex McLean. License dated 17 June 1852. Born in 1834 in McCormack's Point, Lot 16. Melinda died in 1871; she was 37. Religion: Roman Catholic.

- Said to have lived at Summerside. (Malinda became 2nd wife of Paul Thompson.)

vii. Jane McPHAIL. Born abt 1825. Jane died in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI, abt 1853. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2146.

- Fitting Jane into the Donald McPhail/Flora Livingston family is based upon best fit. No proof has been found.

- Abt 1849 Isabell married Alexander DIXON, son of George D. DIXON (1798/1799-31 May 1874) & Ann GRANT (1803/1825-). Born in 1825/1826 in PEI. Alexander died in Colville Rd., Lot 31, PEI, on 25 Oct 1891. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmed @ Colville Road, Lot 31. Religion: Cdn. Pres.

- Age given as 67 [b. Oct 1823 - Oct 1824] on stone.

- Alex. Dixon is found as father of Martha and Anne Dixon by Jane McPhail and of 2 later children by Fanny Brown. It is suspected that Jane died at or after the death of Anne and Alex remarried about 1857 to Fanny and had two children by her.

6. Alexander LIVINGSTONE (Donald LIVINGSTON1). Born in 1790/1791 in Morven, Argyll, Scot. Alexander died in Near West Point, Lot 8, PEI, on 4 Jan 1869. Buried in Presbyterian Cem., West Cape, Lot 7, PEI. Occupation: Farmer At Nine Mile Creek Then West Point. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presb. User ID: LV16.

Place of birth was "Morcer", Scotland by Falconer.

- To Tobermory area of Mull, Argyll between 1800/02 and then to PEI on the "Rambler" landing in 1806. Settled with his parents at Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65 and at age acquired one of his father's farms at Nine Mile Creek.

- In the 1841 Census, Alexander Loveston [born 1781/96 Scot] and his wife [born 1781/96 PEI] with seven children are two entries east of the Donald Livingstone (LV115) farm and are farming a 50 acre property. They have 1 boy and one girl born 1796/1825, and 2 girls and 3 boys born 1825/41.

- He is mentioned in the Island Gazette on 8 Apr 1818, 12 Dec 1818, 27 Mar 1819. In the PEI Recorder 25 Mar 1822, 6 Sept 1825, 30 Dec 1828. In the Royal Gazette 16 Feb 1836 and 21 Huly 1840 in the Register's Office.

- Sometime before 1851, based on their eldest son's marriage, this Alexander Livingston family moved to West Point, Lot 8, Prince County, PEI and settled on a 169 acre property at the end of Livingstone Road on the shore of Northumberland Strait, east of West Point where they built a new home and resumed farming. Anna Maria's older brother Samuel Ladner is thought to have settled the farm on the other side of the road. In the 1880 Atlas, George Livingstone (LV156) has the one farm and an Edmund Ladner has the other. In the 1928 Atlas, the Livingstone Farm has passed to George's son David (LV1561).

- On 28 Nov 1818 Alexander married Anna Maria LADNER, daughter of Johan ANDREW LADNER (2 Mar 1758-30 Oct 1836) & Sophia HOBBS (1767-), in St. Paul's Anglican Ch., Charlottetown, PEI. Born on 8 Nov 1794 in Charlotte Town, PEI. Anna Maria died in Near West Point, Lot 8, PEI, in Nov 1874. Buried in Presbyterian Cem., West Cape, Lot 7, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Eng. >> Ch. Of Scot. >> Presb.

Appears as "ANN" on her stone.

They had the following children:

i. James. Born abt Jan 1820 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. James died in Hamilton Rd, East Of Dunblane, Lot 8, PEI, in 1884. Occupation: Farmer @ Dunblane, Lot 8, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: LV161.

- In the 1841 Census, he is the male b.1796/1825 in his father's household.

- He is of West Cape in Marriage Licence in 1851.

- James and Mary farmed on their own property on Hamilton Road, east of Dunblane, Lot 8, and appear in the 1880 Atlas map of Lot 8 on a 180 acre property straddling the road. The property of John Stewart adjoins his on the east side. In the 1928 Atlas, Lot 8, the Livingstone farm has been divided with son Angus (LV1619) having the 130 acres north of the road and son Charles (LV16a) with the 50 acres south of the south.

* Will: In his will [Lib 15, Fol 192 PEI Archives Registers of Wills] he is James Bagnall Livingston of Lot 8 and directs:

- that all title to the 175ac. farm goes to his wife until she marries or oldest son Alexander attains the age of 21 years at which time the property is to be divided with 80ac. going to Alexander and 75ac.? to Mary [perhaps 95ac.?]. At her death her land goes to his two remaining sons 50ac. on the north side of Hamilton Road and 25ac. on the south side. [Note date of will in December 1866 versus date of birth of fourth son.]

- any other sons and daughters can live at home until married and be provided for. [Ones born 1867 and later]

- All his personal property goes to his wife.

Executors are Humphrey Gorrell and Angus Stewart (John's son) both of Lot 8.

James B. Livingston signed his name dated the 22nd of December 1866, the witnesses being Arthur Ramsay and William Stewart.

The will was admitted and registered on the 30th of January 1909 on the oath of Andrew Livingstone, William Hopgood, John Clay and Hugh Ramsay to the signatures of the deceased and each witness, one being dead and the other absent from the province.

On 8 Jul 1851 [ML] James married Mary STEWART of West Cape, PEI, daughter of John STEWART (abt 1808-) & Elizabeth McDONALD (abt 1810-), in West Cape, Lot 7, Prince Co., PEI. Rev. John Sinclair of the West Cape Presbyterian Congregation was the minister. The marriage records of Alberton Presbyterian Church name the same couple but Rev. C. Sinclair was the minister from 1843-1852 per Anna Livingstone of PEI.

Mary was born in 1831 in West Point, Lot 8, Prince Co., PEI and died in Hamilton Rd, Dunblane, Lot 8, PEI, in 1921. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: R.C. >> Presbyterian.

- Mary had been brought up as a Roman Catholic and became Presbyterian upon marriage. All of her children were brought up as Presbyterian.

- She appears in 1891 Census as a widow heading up her family of Charles, Andrew, Maggie who is a widow with children Walter, Annie Laura and Nelson.

- DOD is 1929 by Faulkner.

ii. Margaret. Born on 17 Aug 1821 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in St. Paul's Anglican Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 1 Mar 1822. Margaret died in West Point, Lot 8, PEI, on 12 Sep 1864. Buried in Presbyterian Cem., West Cape, Lot 7, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: LV162.

- In 1841 Census she is the female b.1796/1825 in her father's household.

- Moved to West Point [Dunblane], Lot 8 with her parents.

- Buried with her parents.

- Bef 12 Feb 1847 Margaret married James POLLARD. Born abt 1820 in Lot 65, PEI. James died in West Point, Lot 8, PEI, bef 1870. Buried in Presbyterian Cem., West Cape, Lot 7, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. He was said to be of Lot 65 and West Point, Lot 8 at time of marriage.

iii. Sophia (1). Born abt 1823 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Sophia (1) died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 2 Sep 1825. Religion: Church Of Scotland.

iv. Alexander. Born in 1824 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Alexander died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, in 1824. Religion: Church Of Scotland. User ID: LV163.

v. Sophia (2). Born in 1826 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Sophia (2) died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI, in 1830. Religion: Church Of Scotland. User ID: LV164.

vi. Joanna Charlotte. Born on 18 May 1828 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Joanna Charlotte died on 9 Jan 1926. Religion: Church Of Scotland. User ID: LV165.

- In the 1841 Census she is one of the females b. 1825/41 in her father's household.

- Remained single.

- She sailed for Boston on 6 Oct 1881 on the SS Carroll.

vii. Archibald. Born in 1828/1829 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer >> Labourer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Pres. User ID: LV167.

- In 1841 Census he is one of the males b. 1825/41 in his father's household.

- His connection to Duncan and Catherine Livingston is not proven. He is thought to be the A. Livingston located southwest of the Nine Mile Creek on the 1863 Lake Map. It appears that he later sold the farm to his first cousin Donald Livingston who appears there in the 1880 Atlas and 1881 census. Archibald and Sophia were living in Charlottetown in the 1881 Census.

- On 9 Mar 1858 Archibald married Sophia LADNER, daughter of Edmund Fanning LADNER (21 Jun 1800-7 Sep 1843) & Catherine McDOUGALL (1803-17 Dec 1871), in St. James Kirk, Ch'tn, PEI. Rev. Thomas Duncan was the minister; witnesses were Andrew McGregor & Angus Cameron, both of Lot 65. Two licence records both of 6 March 1858 with Arch. McGregor as bondsman.

She was born in 1828/1829 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI and died in 1910. Religion: Cdn. Pres. DOB given as 1829 with three children in "An Island Refuge" pg 160.

viii. George Hobbs. Born on 16 Feb 1831 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. George Hobbs died in Livingstone Rd., West Point, Lot 8, PEI, on 17 Nov 1913. Buried in West Point Presbyterian Cem., Lot 8, PEI. Occupation: Farmer At Milo, Lot 8. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.>> Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: LV166.

- In 1841 Census he is one of the males b.1825/41 in his father's household.

- He inherited his father's farm on Livingstone Road at the shore east of West Point and appears there as shown on the map of Lot 8 in the 1880 Atlas.

- On 18 Sep 1875 George Hobbs married Louisa McDOUGALL, daughter of Duncan McDOUGALL (15 Aug 1816-6 Aug 1896) & Mary McEACHERN (17 Mar 1822-28 Jan 1885), in West Point, Lot 8, PEI. Born on 21 Nov 1851 in Argyle Shore, Lot 30.

- She appears in 1891 census as age 38 [b.1852]

ix. Andrew. Born in 1833 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Andrew died in Thunder Bay, Ont. [actually either Fort William or Port Arthur, Ont.] Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: LV167.

- In 1841 Census he is one of the males b. 1825/41 in his father's household.

- He is mentioned under the date 13 November 1849 as helping Alexander Anderson, Esq., the surveyor, run lines in Lot 8. [Lot 8 Field Book. Manuscript, PARO, Charlottetown, PEI. Accession #2691, Item #14, p. 166]

x. Anna MARIA. Born in 1835 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. Anna MARIA died in West Point, Lot 8, PEI, on 12 Jan 1870. Buried on 13 Jan 1870 in West Cape, Lot 7, Prince Co., PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: LV168.

- In 1841 Census she is one of the females b. 1835/41 in her father's householf.

- On a gravemarker in West Cape Presbyterian, Lot 7: Erected by a bereaved husband and father to the memory of Maria, beloved wife of John Crawford, ae 35. Also of their children: George ae 6. The other names are missing but they are Elizabeth, born about 1866 and Eve born about May of 1868. [MARIA and these children died in a house fire.]

- 24 May 1855 Anna MARIA married John Kirk CRAWFORD, in PEI. James Kinlay J.P. performed the marriage by licence; Witnesses Frederick Ladner Jr., Jas. R. Livingston, Mary Livingston, Catherine McDonald. Born on 15 Dec 1814 in Dumfries, Scotland. John Kirk died in West Point, Lot 8, PEI, on 18 Apr 1909. Buried in Hawthorne Pres. Cem., West Point, Lot 8. Occupation: Farmer at West Point. Religion: Presbyterian.

- Anna Maria Livingston was his second wife.

- John is thought to be the Jno Crawford on a 100 acre farm straddling the West Point Road in the 1880 Atlas map of Lot 8. John K. Crawford appears as a subscriber in the back of that atlas with his place of birth as Scotland.

Stories: Date: June 6, 1997

From: "Anna L. MacDonald"

Subject: Fire at John K. Crawford's

The following is an account of the fire of Jan. 12, 1870 from The Summerside Journal of January 20, 1870.

One of the saddest and most melancholy events that has ever occurred in this part of the country happened in West Point, Lot 8 on the morning of Wednesday the 12 inst in the burning of Mr. John Crawford's house, and very sad to relate Mrs. Crawford and her three youngest children and a boy by the name of Pollard - five in all - perished in the flames. Mr. Crawford and his three oldest daughters and an orphan child about six weeks old, barely escaped with their lives by a window without one article of clothing except what they had on in bed. After a desperate but vain attempt to save those who were dear to them, they retired to the stable and endeavored to keep themselves warm among the cattle until some neighbors arrived to help them all.

The origin of the fire is unknown unless the Pollard boy who was subject to fits may have in some way caused the accident in which he so fearfully participated. There was not an article of any description saved. Mr. Crawford was in very comfortable circumstances; but he is now completely destitute of anything in the shape of clothing, household furniture, and other comforts for his family during the winter. There were about ninety bushels of wheat, a little of which was saved in a damaged condition after the fire had subsided. But the saddest sight of all was the burnt and charred remains that were picked up. They were a sight pitiful to behold. Burned to a cinder! Not a vestige of humanity left! The amount of mental agony that must have passed through that deeply affected husband and father during those eventful hours, no person can describe.

The remains of Mrs. Crawford and her three little children were put into a small coffin, and the boy in another, on Thursday were carried and deposited in one grave followed by a numerously attended funeral. The countenance of everyone testified to the fact that a dreadful calamity had happened. Mr. Crawford is justly entitled to the consideration of the community at large. The inhabitants in the vicinity are preparing a temporary place of residence and are going to make preparations for putting up a house in the spring. Messers John Coughlin and Alfred MacWilliams of Lot 7 and Messers A. & A. Ramsey of Lot 8 are appointed to receive contributions.

We will now give Mr. Crawford's own statement of the accident. He says: "Between two and three o'clock, as near as I can judge, I was awakened by a suffocating sensation, and not knowing the cause awoke my wife, and getting out of bed, I told her something was the matter. I do not remember what answer she made me. I ran downstairs; and the first thing I did was open the door of the room where my eldest daughters were sleeping, attending the orphan child. I called to them to know if there was anything wrong there. They said "No" and my eldest daughter got up and went to the back kitchen, where was a large box stove, to see if there was anything there. On opening the door leading into it, we found the north end, which was further from the stairs, was one solid mass of flame, not realizing the extend of the danger we attempted to quench it, calling at the same time to my wife that the house was on fire. She answered something, I couldn't tell what, and we thought she was on her way downstairs. There was a boy sleeping in that part of the house where the fire was and we thought to leave him a way to escape by leaving the door open. Not thinking for a moment that the fire would rush to the door so rapidly, we ran to the front door and we saw- too late- that we were in imminent danger.

The front door having been fastened up for the winter we had to find some way of getting out. I went to the room where the eldest girls had been sleeping and found that the only way to escape was through the window! I found that there was none there but the two named and the orphan baby. The eldest girl going with me I turned back to try and bring the rest of the family to the window where we could get out but only halfway to the stairs when I was surrounded by fire and smoke, and with difficulty had to find my way back and get those who were there out. I hurried them through the window, calling to those who were left to come this way. I spring out hoping there would be some way of escaping through the front window. I broke it in, but the flames came out so fierce that had anybody been there it would have been impossible to get near them.

There were two little girls sleeping with us and a little girl and boy in a settle bed in the front kitchen. The noise awoke the little girl and she sprang up and ran to the room where her sisters were, not thinking there was any danger she left her little brother sleeping. I can't tell anything more about it or what time elapsed before our kind neighbors came and brought us away. The ones who perished were my wife, aged 34 years, my only son aged five years and eight months; two little girls aged respectively four years and one year and eight months and an orphan boy aged eighteen years. Those who escaped were respectively twenty, twelve and ten years."

Another article in the same materials follows and is in a section about Mysterious happenings in West Point::

An unknown author presents the following:

One story long present in the community is of the John Crawford fire. During the night, fire caught and burned his residence. Mr. Crawford's wife, three children and a boy servant, perished in the fire. The next day the bodies were so badly burned that they were simply taken out and buried in the field. Rumors remain that the fire was no accident. Many community members still insist that Crawford lit the fire himself. What motivation lying behind this action is unknown. If such is the case, it was a dastardly act.

Many strange thing have happened around the Crawford Estate. An air of suspicion still engulfs the place. Passers by have reported hearing a screaming woman. Other have seen unexplainable lights. On occasion the house would appear to burst into flames. The poor woman and children would be seen trying to escape.

Whatever the true story is behind the account, it still remains one of horror. If the fire was accidental then, so be it. But if it was set by a no less than deranged husband and father, the terror of the happening can only triple in intensity. If there is such a thing as a spirit world, certainly those would be the souls destined to walk the earth searching for revenge or peace.

I have no idea who wrote this but some of the other members of the committee (Carol Livingstone, Audrey MacDonald or Patricia Sharpe) might know. I am supposed to be scanning the material and couldn't resist duplicating these parts because of my interest in them.

I have a footnote that I must add. Those people whom I knew who remembered John K. Crawford, did not speak unkindly of him nor did his obituary. I have had it implied to me, however, that both the Ladner and Livingstone ladies were brawny, large framed ladies, built of the stature of European peasant women. John K. was delirious of a "bonny" lass, which Margaret MacDonald would have been, seeing the stature of the MacDonald clan as Grandfather was slim and trim according to the account at the presentation of the medal and pictures I have seen of him. Certainly, Stan, Bert, Jack, the only ones I knew were all slim and small boned people. But it does add a flare to the theory of the fire being deliberately set.

Can't imagine anyone doing that, as the fire so completely destroyed everything he owned that he was left destitute with 3 daughters and a nephew to care for. Knowing the time of the year, old houses would have been cold and there would be huge fires on in less than perfect stoves, in an attempt to keep warm in those severe winters that they experience here in 1800's. I would say that would have been a more logical conclusion, but not so interesting a story.

Another thing to note is that the newspaper mentions a burial and funeral. I know of an existing gravemarker at the West Cape Presbyterian Cemetery. George F. Sanborn says there was a marker there with at least three childrens' names, but it was subsequently broken and some of the pieces are gone and so now the stone only reads about Maria and son George. Another point in defense of John K. was the fact that his son perished. Sons were everything to every member of the family and he would not have deliberately endangered his only name bearer.

Third Generation

7. Malcolm LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 6 Jun 1806 in At Sea On Brig Rambler. Malcolm died in Charlottetown, PEI, in Apr 1888. Occupation: Farmer, West River & Baltic Road, Lot 31. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP2221.

In 1841 Census of Lot 31 he is Malcolm Lovingston and is a farmer. In the family are 1 male and 2 females born 1796/1825 and 2 males and 1 female born 1825/41, all born on PEI. One is marked "insane". 1 is Ch. of Scot. and 6 are Baptist [only 6 in family]. He is holding 100 ac on the West River road of which 10 ac are in cultivation. The land is second quality and is leased for 1 sh 6d per ac per year and he is in the 10th year of the lease. He has raise 8 bu of wheat, 70 bu of oats, 30 bu of barley and 300 bu of potatoes in the past year. He has 2 horses, 3 cattle, 3 sheep and 4 hogs.

The second female in the 1841 census may be a sister to Malcolm or Elizabeth and possibly the "insane" one mentioned.

He has not been identified in the 1848 census of Lot 31.

Mentioned in Royal Gazette of 18 Jun 1839 as convicted of assaulting George Doull [a neighbour]; 1 July 1843 as having a farm for sale; 17 Jan 1848 as a juror in the Sherry inquest.

* Will [Lib 12, Fol 57 PEI Archives Registers of Wills] He is of Spring Park Road, Charlottetown, PEI and has been a farmer. He directed that:

- his executors get all his real estate and sell it and then divide the residue of the estate in monies into three equal portions and distribute as follows:

- one third to his daughter BARBARA (MP22212) (now wife of Albert Home) paid in cash immediately

[Malcolm then made his mark witnessed by Charles Heartz and this is the end of one page]

- the remaining two thirds to be equally divided for the benefit of his daughter MARY LIVINGSTONE (MP22214) and his granddaughter BESSIE LIVINGSTONE (MP222141), daughter of said MARY LIVINGSTONE.

The executors were to be George Davies and George Scantlebury Senior

Malcolm then made his mark as MALCOLM LIVINGSTONE, dated the 25th of April 1888 and witnessed by Charles Heartz and Roger Godfrey. The will was proved on the 1st of May 1888 on the oath of Charles Heartz. Probated was then granted to George Scantlebury, the other executor having filed renunciation.

- On 22 Jun 1837 Malcolm married Elizabeth McPHAIL, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Rector L.C. Jenkins Marriage by licence and bond 12 June 1837., Witnesses John Thomas Heartz & Alex'r Livingston.

- Elizabeth McPHAIL was born in 1815/1816 in PEI and died in Baltic Road, Lot 31, on 8 Sep 1874. Buried in Clyde River, Restored Pioneer Cem. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.

- Born 1819/20 by obituary. Her McPHAIL parents have not been identified.

- In the 1841 Census of Lot 31, she is one of two females born 1796/1825. She appears to be Ch. of Scot. religion. The other female may be her sister and may be the "insane" person marked for this family who is staying with a sister for refuge.

They had the following children:

16 i. Son ______ (~1838-1841)

17 ii. Barbara Ellen (~1839->1888)

18 iii. Donald (1841-)

19 iv. Annie (1852-1938)

20 v. Mary (~1845->1888)

8. Alexander LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born on 9 Sep 1807 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Alexander was baptized in Charlotte Town, PEI, St. Paul's Anglican, on 4 Oct 1807. Alexander died in 1841/1848. Occupation: Farmer With Father On Dog River, Lot 31. Religion: Ch Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP2222.

- He is believed to be one of the 3 males b.1796/1825 in his father's household in the 1841 Census. It is also believed that the female of the same age bracket was his wife, and the 2 young males b.1825/41 were their sons. In the 1848 census no male of Alex's age appears but the young woman b. 1803-32 and two boys b. 1832/48 appear. Combining the two censuses, the young woman was b.1803/25 and the two boys 1832/41.

- Took up 70 ac farm on Tryon Road near east side of Lot 30 in 1844 in lease for three lives. He does not appear at that location on the 1863 Lake Map.

9. Donald LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1809/1810 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Donald died in 1891/1901. Occupation: Farm Labourer. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2223.

- DOB 1820/21 in 1881 Census. - DOB 1809/10 in 1891 Census. He is living with Angus McPhail and his sister Isabella McPhail on the Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31.

10. Margaret LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1812 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Baptist. User ID: MP2224.

- Margaret's connection to this family is not proven. She is inserted here based on her uncles Duncan and Alexander Livingston having a daughter Margaret and her uncle John have a "full" sequence of births of single children [unless there was a twin]. In this family she is in a four year "gap" between known brothers Donald & John.

- On 15 Apr 1839 Margaret married John Michael GRANDIE, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. Rev. L.C. Jenkins performed the marriage and the witnesses were John Sentner & John Ladner. Born abt 1810.

11. John LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Apr 1814 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Charlotte Town, PEI, St. Paul's Anglican, on 24 Feb 1815. John died in Bonshaw Road, Lot 30, PEI, abt Sep 1887. Occupation: Farmer On Bonshaw Road, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Ch Of Scot. User ID: MP2225.

- By locating son Duncan in 1881 Census and 1880 Atlas map of Lot 30, and knowing Duncan was on the family farm at those times, checked back to 1861 Census and 1863 Lake Map. Found map shows a N. McFadyen at that location and the 1861 Census has a John Simpson at that location. Checked details given for Simpson entry and noted that ALL date ranges for John Livingston and his family, 9 people in total, exactly fitted the Simpson details. Religion, occupation, farm acreage and place of birth match too. Suspect that census taker heard "Simpson" for a gaelic "Livingston".

Therefore consider that

- The estimate of John's death year is based on the date of his will and the year the 1880 Atlas was compiled.

- He may be the John Livingstone, cattle man, working for R.B. Stewart at Strathgartney in 1870.

* Will: PEI Wills & Administrations 1807-1900 Will, Liber 11, Folio 568, Filed 20 October 1887

In his will [Lib 11, Fol 568 PEI Archives Register of Wills], JOHN LEVINGSTON of Twp 30 directs:

- to second son DUNCAN all my land property consisting of 50ac. of rented land in Lot 30. He is to maintain and support his mother as long as she lives and if any of the family come home sick, they will have a home on the land or with DUNCAN. If DUNCAN disregards this or forsakes the land, all goes to my third son SAMUEL.

- My first son JOHN shall live with DUNCAN so long as they agree. If they cannot, JOHN "shall go out to hire and half of his wages be paid to DUNCAN to clear the debt on the property" and DUNCAN will provide JOHN with clothing, otherwise one third of JOHN's wages will go to DUNCAN. This condition exists for two years.

- SAMUEL, EWEN and JAMES ALEXANDER and MARY are to be sent to school to age 16 to learn a trade or business. They are to help DUNCAN on the farm.

- My eldest daughter JANE is to receive a heifer (two years about) which is to be provided for while she leaves it [? on the farm?]

- All to work diligently to help DUNCAN pay off the debts on the farm.

- The executors are to John McKinnon of Canoe Cove, Archibald C. McNeill of Argyle Shore Rear Road.

JOHN LEVINGSTON made his mark dated 13 March 1867 and witnessed by the said John McKinnon and Archibald C. McNeill, as well as Donald McLeod. The will was proved 20 October 1887 on the oath of Archibald C. McNeill.

- On 5 Oct 1842 when John was 28, he first married Margaret McDONALD, in PEI. Rev. Donald McDonald, Free Ch. of Scot. minister; marriage by banns. She was born abt 1820 and died abt 1850. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

JOHN LIVINGSTON and MARGARET McDONALD had the following children:

21 i. Jane (1845-)

22 ii. John (1847-1881)

23 iii. Duncan (1848-)

- Abt 1851 John secondly married Margaret (PEGGY) McDOUGALL. Born in 1830/1831 in PEI. Margaret (PEGGY) died in 1881/1891. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian.

- Margaret was living with her step-son Duncan on the family farm in the 1881 Census and was missing in the 1891 Census.

JOHN LIVINGSTON and PEGGY McDOUGALL had the following children:

24 i. Samuel (1851-)

25 ii. Ewen (1854->1901)

26 iii. James Alexander (1859-1905)

27 iv. Mary (1860-)

12. Isabella LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1815/1816 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. User ID: MP2226.

- The connection of daughter Flora to her is not proven.

Child:

28 i. Flora (1836-1871)

13. Duncan LIVINGSTONE (Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born abt 1817 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI. Duncan died in Clyde RIver, Lot 31, PEI, on 17 Sep 1874. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer On Baltic Road. Religion: Presbyterian >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2227.

- He is thought to be one of the 3 males b.1796/1825 PEI in his father's home in the 1841 Census.

- On stone in Burnside Cem., his age at death is given as "37" in the transcript. This thought to be a mis-reading of "57".

- This family has become known as the "Baltic Road Livingstones". They began spelling their name with an "E" on the end beginning with Duncan.

* Will: PEI Wills & Administrations 1807-1900 Will, Liber 8, Folio 771, Filed 16 Feb 1875

Duncan Levingston, Lot 31 in year 1874

- To my wife Sarah to get the farm and everything on it, and is to manage it in her lifetime. She can sell all or part of it, the proceeds being hers to keep or bestow then or at her death as she sees fit.

- Sarah is given sole control of preventing any member of the family or other from taking any of the horses to use for pleasure or other without her consent.

- Dated 27 August 1874, signed by Duncan Livingston and witnessed by Angus McPhail and Duncan Wares.

- Proved on 16 February 1875 on oath of Angus McPhail.

- On 24 Jul 1860 when Duncan was 43, he married Sarah McFADYEN, daughter of Archibald McFADYEN (abt 1800-) & Mary Ann BEER, in St. James Pres., Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. Thomas Duncan, Presbyterian minister; bondsman Wm. Sneaston; marriage licence granted 24 July 1860., Witnesses Charles & Catherine McFadyen. Born in 1828/1829 in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI. Sarah died in 1881/1891. Occupation: Liv. Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist.

- She is identified as Sarah Livingston (W) of Elliot River in marriage licence of 1876 with Paul Colin McPhail.

They had the following children:

29 i. Mary (MARY BALTIC) (1859-1961)

30 ii. Margaret (MAGGIE) Ellen (1861-1941)

31 iii. Daniel (BIG DAN) (1863-1941)

32 iv. Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC) (1867-1930)

14. Archibald LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born on 12 Apr 1819 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 18 Oct 1909. Buried in Clyde River Baptist Cem. Occupation: Farmer, West Clyde River, Lot 31. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP2228.

- He is thought to be one of the 3 males b.1796/1825 PEI in his father's home in the 1841 Census. - He appears in 1848 Census with fem b.1803/32 and with 1 male b.1832/48. All Baptist; One b. England & 2 b. PEI. Farmer.

- b.1820/21 in 1881 Census and in 1891 Census. - b. 11 Apr 1817 in 1901 Census.

- Deacon of the Baptist Church.

- He had 27 shares in the Merchants' Bank of PEI, valued at $876.00 abt 1900.

- Will: PEI Wills and Administrations 1900-1920 Wills Liber 18 Folio 64

Archibald Livingston, farmer of Clyde River, Lot 31

- To son Boyd Livingston, the farm on which I now reside of 100 acres with all stock, farming implements and appurtenances. (except 1 horse & 1 cow reserved for wife Margaret Livingston) - for Boyd Livingston and his wife Daisy Livingston.

- To wife Margaret Livingston all money in Dominion Savings Bank, interest & dividends on all money and bank stock owned by me in Bank of Nova Scotia and Canadian Bank of Commerce during her natural life.

- After her decease the money and shares to be divided as follows:

* To daughter Mary, wife of James Beer $400

* To grandson George Archibald Livingston $100

* To daughter Amy, wife of Herbert Louther the balance of the shares and deposits remaining for her special benefit except the cost of a suitable ___?____ to be erected by her. [monument?]

- Appoint son-in-law Herbert Louther and son Boyd Archibald Livingston executors.

Archibald Livingstone signed the will dated 16 May 1908, witnessed by Hugh MacMillan and William I. Green.

- On 14 May 1846 Archibald married Margaret DIXON, daughter of George D. DIXON (1798/1799-31 May 1874) & Ann GRANT (1803/1825-), in St. Paul's Anglican Ch., Charlottetown, PEI. Rector L.C. Jenkins minister by licence; witnesses Thomas Desbrisay & Alexander Dixon.

She was born on 1 Aug 1822 in England and died in Crapaud, Lot 29, PEI, on 4 May 1910. Buried in Clyde River Baptist Cem. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Baptist.

- b.1823/1824 Eng. in 1881 Census and in 1891 Census.

- Came to Canada in 1826. - Came to PEI at age 5-6 from Scotland according to Livingston Family Bible.

- Will: PEI Wills and Administrations 1900-1920 Wills Liber 18 Folio 257

Margaret Livingstone of Clyde River, Lot 31, widow of Archibald Livingstone

- To daughter Amy Lowther of Crapaud, all my personal estate of $600 in the Dominion Savings Bank with accrued interest. 1 horse, 1 cow on homestead farm, all my furniture consisting of 1 parlour suite, bedroom suite and bedding.

- Appoint son Boyd Livingston and son-in-law Herbert Lowther executors.

Margaret signed the will dated 16 February 1910 witnessed by Thomas A. Cobb and Leslie Adams.

They had the following children:

33 i. George M. Alexander (1846-1889)

34 ii. Mary Ann Grant (1851-1919)

35 iii. William Archibald (1857-1858)

36 iv. Boyd Archibald (1859-1932)

37 v. William CHARLES (1860-1864)

38 vi. Charlotte AMY Ann (1864-1924)

15. Flora LIVINGSTON (Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1825. Flora died in 1898; she was 73. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP2229.

- Also known as Margot.

- Her inclusion in this Livingston family has not been proven but she is placed in it by Falkner.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

- On 28 Jan 1840 Flora married John LADNER, son of Johan ANDREW LADNER (2 Mar 1758-30 Oct 1836) & Sophia HOBBS (1767-), in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlotte Town. - Rector L.C. Jenkins, Anglican Ch. performed the marriage; witnesses were John Heartz & James Livingston.

Born on 25 Dec 1807 in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, PEI. John died in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI, in 1879; he was 71. Occupation: Grist And Saw Mills On Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31. Religion: Baptist.

- 1848 Census he and wife are b. 1803/32 and have 1 fem. & 2 males b.1832/48. All b. PEI and are Baptist. He has a grist & sawmill.

- In 1861 Census the family is 1 fem & 1 male b. 1803/32 PEI; 1 fem & 2 males b. 1832/48 PEI; all are Baptist; he is a miller & farmer on Bannockburn Rd.

- In 1881 Census the mills are owned by George Dixon.

They are said to have had 15 children of whom 6 survived and the following are known:

39 i. Son ______ (Died as Child) (~1846-1848)

40 ii. John (1847-1903)

41 iii. Sophia (1848-1862)

42 iv. Archibald (1850-1929)

43 v. Flora (1856-1933)

44 vi. Margaret (1866-1904)

45 vii. Sophia (~1868-1917)

Fourth Generation

16. Son ______ LIVINGSTON (Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1838 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. He died in 1841/88. User ID: MP22211. Religion: Ch Of Scot.

In 1841 Census with father Malcolm Livingston. He may be the one marked "insane". as Other two children born before 1841 married.

17. Barbara Ellen LIVINGSTON (Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1839 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. Barbara Ellen died aft 1888. User ID: MP22212. Religion: Ch. Of Scot.

- In 1841 Census with father Malcolm Livingston.

- She is of Clyde River in marriage licence of 1876 to Henry Cobb.

- She is a spinster of Ch'tn in marriage licence of 1878 to Albert Horne.

- BARBARA is mentioned in the will of her father [1888] as receiving one third of his estate in cash on his death. No mention is made of her location but it may have been Charlottetown, PEI.

- On 24 Oct 1876 [ML] when Barbara Ellen was 37, she first married Henry COBB of Charlottetown, PEI, in St. James Pres. Ch., Ch'tn. Rev. Thomas Duncan, Presbyterian minister; bondsman Alexander Cobb. Born abt 1839. Henry died bef 1878.

- On 28 Aug 1878 Barbara Ellen secondly married Alfred H. HORNE of Charlottetown Royalty, in Zion Pres. Ch., Ch'tn. Rev. John M. McLeod, Presbyterian minister; bondsman Malcolm Livingston; marriage licence same day as wedding. Witnesses Albert Hardy & Elizabeth Livingston. He was born abt 1838 and appears as Alfred Home in will of father-in-law Malcolm Livingston.

18. Donald LIVINGSTON (Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 10 Jan 1841 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Charlotte Town, PEI, St. Paul's Anglican, on 6 Mar 1841. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP22213.

- In 1841 Census with father Malcolm Livingston.

- He is of Clyde River in marriage licence.

- On 21 Feb 1881 [ML] Donald married Catherine A. BUCHANAN, in PEI. Rev. John Goodwill, Free Ch. of Scot. minister; bondsman Angus Darrah. Born in Wheatley River, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

19. Annie LIVINGSTON (Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1852 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Annie died in Charlottetown, PEI, in 1938. Buried in People's Cem., Charlottetown, PEI.

Her insertion in this family is based on Malcolm Livington being a witness at her wedding and her address as Clyde River.

- On 4 Nov 1873 Annie married Wm. Charles HEWSON, in PEI. Rev. Samuel C. Gunn, Baptist? minister; bondsman Jas. H.R. Hewson; licence granted 31 Oct 1873. Witnesses Richard Phernny? & Malcolm Livingston. Born in St. Peter's Island, PEI.

- A Frederick W. Hewson 1871-1947 is buried with Annie. His connection to this family is not known.

20. Mary LIVINGSTON (Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1845 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died aft 1888. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP22214.

- She and her daughter BESSIE are known only from her father's will where each receive a one third share. MARY was still single at the time of her father's death on 1888.

Child:

46 i. Elizabeth (BESSIE) (~1865-)

21. Jane LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1845/1846 in PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP22251.

- She is mentioned in her father's will as receiving a heifer. In the 1881 Census, her year of birth calculates to 1853/54 which is thought to be an incorrect age given by her step-mother. She appeared with her brother DUNCAN in the 1881 and 1891 Censuses. She has not been found in the 1901 Census.

22. John LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1847 in PEI and died in 1881/1891. Occupation: Farm Labourer. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP22252.

- John was apparently retarded for his father's will passes the farm to the second son DUNCAN and puts John in his care. In the 1881 Census his year of birth calculates to 1849/50 which is thought to be an incorrect age given by his step-mother.

23. Duncan LIVINGSTONE (John LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1848/49 in PEI. Occupation: Farmer On Argyle Rear Rd South Of Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP22253.

- In his father's will of 1867 he is to look after his mother.

- His indicated date of birth of 1851/52 as of the 1881 Census is thought to be an incorrect age given by his step-mother. He was of Bonshaw on marriage licence.

- He received his father's farm about 1870 and was identified as a farmer on the Bonshaw Road south of Bonshaw in the 1881 Census and appears there in the 1880 Atlas Map of Lot 31. He was single at that time and was heading a household composed of his widowed step-mother Margaret, sisters JANE and MARY, and brothers JOHN and JAMES. He is still there in the 1891 Census with JANE and MARY, and still single. He was not found in the 1901 Census and his brother JAMES is on the property.

On 1 Jul 1897 [ML] Duncan married Bessie TAYLOR, in St. James Pres. Ch., Ch'tn. Rev. T.F. Fullerton, Presbyterian minister; bondsman Angus Darrach. Born in Rose Valley, PEI. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland.

- Identified as of Hartland or Harcourt, NB on marriage licence. She moved there as a child from PEI.

- Named as Jessie Taylor in baptism of daughter Mary Margaret in 1899.

They had the following children:

47 i. Mary Margaret (1898-)

48 ii. Frederick

24. Samuel LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1851/52 in West River, Lot 31, PEI. Occupation: Farmer At Murray River, Lot 64. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP22254.

- He was living in March 1867 when his father's will was written but was not found in the 1881 Census with either his brother DUNCAN or EWEN when he would have been about 26 years old.

- From the 1891 Census is is apparent that he moved to Murray River to farm, apparently near or at his wife's home. The 1881 & 1901 Censuses of Lot 64 remains to be checked for the family.

- He appears in the index of the 1928 Atlas but location on the map has not been found. his P.O is Murray Hbr.

- On 14 Dec 1876 Samuel married Mary HORTON. Rev. Malcolm Ross of the Baptist Church was the minister and the witnesses were George Ross and Frances Smith. Bondsman George Smith. Born in 1860/1861 in Murray, River, PEI. Religion: Baptist >> Presbyterian. Her father was born in N.S. and her mother in PEI.

They had the following children:

49 i. John (1877-)

50 ii. George W. (1879-)

51 iii. Joseph H(orton?) (1885-)

52 iv. Mary Jane (JANIE) (1889-)

53 v. Thomas

54 vi. Myra

25. Ewen LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 30 Dec 1854 in Argyle Rear, Lot 30 and baptized in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI, on 19 Aug 1855. Ewen died aft 1901. Occupation: Farmer & House Joiner/Carpenter On Argyle Rear Road, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Church Of Scot. >> Pres. >> Free Church Of Scot. User ID: MP22255.

- Appears in 1861 Census as b. 1856/61.

- The family lived on the same property as his brother Duncan on the Bonshaw Road, but as a separate family and are so recorded in the 1881 Census where he was identified as a farmer b. 1856/57. He is still there in the 1891 Census as a house joiner with DOB 1855/56. In the 1901 Census he is a carpenter. and his DOB is 1 Jan 1857.

- On 2 Mar 1876 Ewen married Catherine FISHER, daughter of Charles FISHER (1820/1821-) & Sarah ________ (15 Dec 1827-aft 1901), in Zion Pres, Ch, Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. J.M. McLeod was the minister; bondsman was Charles Fisher and the witnesses were Charles Fisher and Angus McLean. Born on 23 Dec 1856 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Catherine died aft 1901; she was 44. Religion: Pres. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

DOB 1855/56 in 1891 census.

They had the following children:

55 i. John (1877-)

56 ii. Sarah (1878-)

57 iii. Charles Fisher (1881-)

58 iv. Catherine (KATIE) Margaret (1883-)

59 v. Flora Ella (1885-)

60 vi. Alfred S. (1886-1891)

61 vii. (Dau) (1891-1891)

62 viii. Donald Campbell (1895-)

63 ix. Annie Warburton (1899-)

26. James Alexander LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 9 Apr 1859 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. James Alexander died in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI, on 10-21 Feb 1905; he was 45. Occupation: Farmer >> Labourer On Argyle Rear Road, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP22256.

- He appears in the 1861 Census as a son born 1856/61. He was identified as a farmer in the 1881 Census on the farm of his brother DUNCAN (MP22243) and was single at that time. He was born 1859/60 by that census. He has not been found in the 1891 Census.

- It is suspected that he married Annie Ferguson and that she died in first childbirth about 1888.

- He appears on the family farm in the 1901 Census heading a family composed of his sister MARY (MP22247) and niece CATHERINE LIVINGSTON (MP222454). He was single at that time and has a DOB of 9 April 1861!

- Use 1881 data adjusted to not conflict with sister Mary's known date from her baptismal record.

- Will: PEI Wills & Administrations 1900-1920 Wills Liber 16, Folio 459

James A. Livingston of Bonshaw, Twp 30, carpenter

- To sister Mary Livingston the use of all my real estate and personal effects including crops and profits as long as she lives.

- To niece Katie Livingston the above estate on Mary's death.

- If Katie dies before Mary, them Mary gets the estate absolutely.

- If Mary & Katie decide to sell the estate, the proceeds are to be dividely evenly.

- Appoint my cousin John A. McDougall of Argyle Shore executor.

James A. Livingston signed the will dated 10 February 1905, witnessed by John A. McDougall and Daniel McNevin. The will was proved on 21 February 1905 on oath of John A. McDougall and filed and registered the same day.

- On 29 Jun 1886 James Alexander married Annie FERGUSON, daughter of Archibald FERGUSON (18 Mar 1813-aft 1901) & AnnaBELLA McDOUGALL (1822/1823-1891/1901), in Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. John M. McLeod, minister Zion Pres. Ch. by lic.; bondsman James H. Good. Witnesses C. Unsworth & Lulu McLeod. She was born on 9 Jul 1862 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI and was baptized in Argyle Shore, Lot 30, on 16 May 1863. Annie died abt 1888. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland. User ID: MP114219.

- At home in 1881.

- Other than the marriage licence and the marriage register details, it cannot be proven that she and THIS James Alexander Livingston were married. It is suspected that she died in first childbirth about 1888.

27. Mary LIVINGSTON (John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 17 Dec 1860 in Argyle Rear Road, Lot 30 and baptized in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI, on 5 Feb 1861. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland. User ID: MP22257.

- Born 1856/61 by 1861 Census and is considered the child born within the past year. - Born 1861/62 by 1881 census & 1891 census. - Born 17 Dec 1863 by 1901 Census. Go with baptism record.

- She was with her brother DUNCAN in the 1881 and 1891 Censuses, and appears in the 1901 Census with her brother JAMES A. LIVINGSTON and niece CATHERINE LIVINGSTON . She was single at that time.

- By the will of her brother she was to receive his estate.

28. Flora LIVINGSTON (Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1836/1837 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Tryon Rd, Lot 65, PEI, on 18 Jul 1871. Buried in Shaw Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland. User ID: MP22251.

- Unlikely to be daughter of Donald Livingston & Flora McPhail. Might she have been a child out of wedlock of her "sister" Isabella?

- Of West River at time of marriage to Donald. Living near West River, PEI.

- On 27 Mar 1855 Flora married Donald McFADYEN of West River, PEI, in St. James Kirk, Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. Wm. Snodgrass, Pres. Min.; bondsman Peter McFadyen;, witnesses were James Darrach of Canoe Cove & Peter McFadyen of West River. Marriage noted 30 Mar 1855 edition of the Islander.

He was born on 15 Nov 1829 in West River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Tryon Rd, Lot 65, PEI, on 5 Dec 1914. Buried in Shaw Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer at Riverdale, Lot 65. Religion: Free Church Of Scot. >> Cdn Pres. >> E. Church Of Scot. >>> Pres.

- Living near West River, PEI in 1857-58.

- Appears with second wife Christy in 1881, 1891 & 1901 Censuses.,

- DOB is 1829/30 in 1881 Census. - DOB is 1839/40 in 1891 census. Both parents both in Scotland.

- DOB is 15 Nov 1827 age 73 in 1901 Census.

- Stone shows died 5 Dec 1914 aged 86 yrs [b.1828]

They had the following children:

64 i. John Alexander (1857-1943)

65 ii. Donald (1859-1938)

66 iii. Neil (1862-1922)

67 iv. Peter D. (1864-1920)

68 v. Angus (Inf) (Died as Infant) (1866-1866)

69 vi. Angus (1867-)

70 vii. Alexander (1869-)

29. Mary (MARY BALTIC) LIVINGSTONE (Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born on 25 Jan 1859 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI, on 17 Oct 1860. Mary (MARY BALTIC) died in Mass. on 21 Jun 1961. Buried in Clyde River Baptist Cem. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Baptist. User ID: MP22271.

- She was born 1859/60 in 1881 Census.

Child:

71 i. Spurgeon (1880->1891)

30. Margaret (MAGGIE) Ellen LIVINGSTONE (Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born on 24 Jul 1861 in Tryon Road, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in St. James Kirk, Ch'tn, PEI, on 15 Apr 1863. Margaret (MAGGIE) Ellen died in 1941. Buried in Cornwall Methodist (United) Church Cem. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Pres. Lower Prov. >> Cdn. Pres. User ID: MP22272.

- Baptismal register entry shows her name as Margaret Helen Livingstone. - She is Margaret Leveson of Clyde River on marriage License.

- On 27 Jun 1881 Margaret (MAGGIE) Ellen married Donald MacPHAIL of West River, PEI, son of Donald McPHAIL (10 Sep 1810-26 May 1894) & Ellen McNEVIN (1823/1824-May 1899), in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Rev. John Goodwill, Free Church of Scotland minister; Bondsman Donald McPhail. Born on 14 Apr 1855 in New Haven, Lot 31, PEI. Donald died on 10 Jan 1931; he was 75. Buried in Cornwall Methodist (United) Church,. Occupation: Carriage Maker And Woodworker At Cornwall. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP22325.

They had the following children:

72 i. John BERTRAM (1882-1908)

73 ii. Alexander (1883-1915)

74 iii. Duncan (1885-1965)

75 iv. Ewen (1887->1901)

76 v. Donald (Daniel) (1889->1901)

77 vi. Sarah (1891-1913)

78 vii. Margaret (1892-?1949)

79 viii. Allison (1895-1915)

80 ix. William C. (1897-1938)

81 x. Bruce (1902-1976)

82 xi. Lorne Hollis (1905-1974)

See entry for DONALD MacPHAIL in "MacPHAILS of Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI" tree for descendants.

31. Daniel (BIG DAN) LIVINGSTONE (Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1863 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1941. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Baptist >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP22273.

- In 1881 Census DOB given as 1864/64. - In 1891 Census DOB is given as 1853/53 PEI. - This family not found in Lot 31 in 1901 Censuse.

- Daniel (BIG DAN) married Agnes ________. Born in 1856/1857 in PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. Her father is born N.B. and her mother PEI.

They had the following children:

83 i. Francis (FRANK) (~1883-)

84 ii. Lorena (1885-)

85 iii. Duncan (~1890-)

32. Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC) LIVINGSTONE (Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1867 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1930. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer On Baltic Road. Religion: Baptist >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP22274.

- Born 1865/66 in 1881 Census.

- Abt 1897 Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC) married Elizabeth STEWART, daughter of Daniel STEWART (abt 1855-). Born in 1878 in Springton, Lot 67, PEI. Elizabeth died in 1974. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farm Wife. Religion: Presbyterian.

- Stone gives her name as STUART.

They had nine children of whom we list:

86 i. Spurgeon Arthur (1898-1947)

87 ii. Daniel S. (1899-1991)

88 iii. Addison (1900-1995)

91 vi. Charles Andrew (1906-1908)

92 vii. Mayme Flora (1908-1937)

33. George M. Alexander LIVINGSTON (Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 28 Aug 1846 in Dog River, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in St. James Kirk, Ch'tn, PEI, on 3 Sep 1849. George M. Alexander died in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31, on 28 Apr 1889. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer On Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP22281.

- b.1832/48 by 1848 Census. - b.1848/49 in 1881 Census.

- DOB 28 May 1846 by Livingston Family Bible.

- GEORGE and Elizabeth seem to have acquired his Uncle MALCOLM's family farm on the Baltic Road for it is shown with GEORGE's name on it in the 1880 Atlas Map of Lot 31 and Elizabeth is still on it at the time of the 1891 and 1901 Censuses.

* Will: PEI Wills & Administrations 1807-1900 Wills, Liber 12, Folio 258, Filed 28 May 1889

In his will, GEORGE LIVINGSTON of Queens' Co., farmer directs:

- To my wife Elizabeth Livingston the farm of 55ac. on which I reside fronting on the Baltic Road with all stock and implements. Also another piece of land on the south side of the Baltic Road containing 52 ac.. For her natural life so long as she remains single.

- to my eldest son WILLIAM BOYD after his mother's death or marriage, the above farms and stock, if he will stay at home and work the farm. If, after he comes of age, he is unwilling to stay at home, he is to receive $150 and my son JAMES ALBERT shall receive the farms for his use and behoof (sic). If WILLIAM BOYD remains at home, then the second son gets $150 on attaining his majority.

- My other son GEORGE ARCHIBALD shall receive a good education or trade and $100 when he becomes of age.

- To my daughters JANE ROBERTSON and EVA MAY, $100 each to be paid on their marriage or as soon as convenient after. While single they shall have a home on the farm.

Executors are to be his brother BOYD LIVINGSTON and friend Archibald McDonald.

GEORGE made his mark on the 4th of April 1889 witnessed by BOYD LIVINGSTON and MacKieson Dixon.

The will was proved on the 28th of May 1889 on oath of MacKieson Dixon.

- Abt 1866 George M. Alexander married ________. She died abt 1869/1870 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Likely died at birth of daughter Catherine

They had the following children:

95 i. Boyd (1867-1881)

96 ii. Catherine (1869-1881)

- On 24 Jun 1872 when George M. Alexander was 25, he second married Elizabeth BEER, daughter of Thomas BEER (1805/1806-1891/1901) & Ann FERGUSON (abt 1820-bef 1891), in Zion Free Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. John M. McLeod , Presbyterian minister; Bondsman James Beer; witnesses were James Beer and Mary Ann Levingston.

Elizabeth was born on 22 May 1840 in Bannockburn, Rd, Lot 31, PEI and died in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI, on 1 Feb 1911.. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Eng. >> Ch. Presbyterian.

- She was born 1843/44 by 1881 Census.

They had the following children:

97 i. David (1872-1881)

98 ii. William Boyde (1874-1906)

99 iii. James Albert (1875-1954)

100 iv. Jane (JANIE) Robertson (1879-)

101 v. Eva May (1882-1931)

102 vi. George Archibald (1885-1960)

34. Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON (Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 13 Apr 1851 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in St. James Kirk, Ch'tn, PEI, on 18 Aug 1851. Mary Ann Grant died in Bannockburn Road, Lot 31, PEI, in 1919. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP22282.

- Born 13 April 1851 by Livingston Family Bible.

- By her father's will, daughter Mary, wife of James Beer to receive $400 after the death of her mother.

- On 24 Jun 1872 Mary Ann Grant married James BEER, son of Thomas BEER (1805/1806-1891/1901) & Ann FERGUSON (abt 1820-bef 1891), in Zion Free Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. John M. McLeod, Presbyterian minister; bondsman George A. Livingston; and the witnesses were George Livingston and Elizabeth Beer.

He was born in 1841 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and died in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI, in 1918. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Miller; Bannockburn Road, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

They had the following children:

103 i. Margaret MAGGIE JANE (1872-1932)

104 ii. Amy Ann (1874-1904)

105 iii. Sarah (SADIE) Elizabeth (1878-1936)

106 iv. Frederick Boyd (1881-1972)

107 v. Ina Mary (MAY) (1886-1970)

108 vi. Mamie (1894-1896)

35. William Archibald LIVINGSTON (Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 29 Oct 1857 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 7 Mar 1858. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. User ID: MP22283.

- DOB 29 Oct 1857 by Livingston Family Bible.

36. Boyd Archibald LIVINGSTONE (Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Feb 1859 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 22 Apr 1932. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. Occupation: Farmer at Clyde River. Religion: Baptist >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP22284.

- DOB in 1881 Census is 1859/60. - DOB 24 Feb 1859 by Livingston Family Bible. - DOB in 1901 is 11 Feb 1861. Farming with parents.

- On 1 Jul 1886 Boyd Archibald married Sarah DIXON, daughter of Alexander DIXON (1825/1826-25 Oct 1891) & Fanny BROWN (1830/1831-9 Aug 1882), in Zion Free Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. John M. McLeod of Zion Pres, Ch., Ch'tn minister; Bondsman John H. McKinnon. Witnesses Hannah Nash & L.T. McLeod. Born in 1858/1859 in Colville Rd, Lot 31 and died bef 1896. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Cdn. Presb.

- No children of this union are known.

- On 4 Jan 1896 Boyd Archibald secondly married Daisy MARSHALL, daughter of John MARSHALL (1846-1913) & Mary MacPHERSON (1846-1924), in Waltham, Mass. Wedding Certificate of 1896 says both Boyd & Daisy were living in Waltham, Mass. Rev. J.F. Layton minister; Witnesses: James Beairsto & Ella Beairsto.

- She was born on 11 Nov 1878 in Covehead, Lot 34, PEI. Daisy died in Provincial Infirmary, Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Apr 1961; she was 82. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. Occupation: Housewife. Religion: Presbyterian.

- DOB 19 Dec 1879 in 1901 Census.

- DOB 1877, d.22 Apr 1961 AE 73 on stone [1887/88].

- DOB 6 June 1880 Covehead in her family bible.

- Family believes actual DOB was 6 June 1877.

They had five children of whom we list:

109 i. Adam (1897-1963)

110 ii. Gordon (1898-1982)

111 iii. Watson (1900-~2000)

112 iv. Parker (1905-1955)

37. William CHARLES LIVINGSTON (Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 9 Nov 1860 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 30 Nov 1864. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. Religion: Baptist. User ID: MP22285.

- His entry in back of Livingston Family Bible is Ambruce.

- He is named on two gravestones. In Burnside Cem., he is "William C. Livingston, son of Archibald & Margaret." On his parents' stone in the Clyde River United Baptist Cem. he is "William Charles Livingston".

- DOB 9 Nov 1860 by Livingston Family Bible.

38. Charlotte AMY Ann LIVINGSTONE (Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 29 Mar 1864 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Crapaud, Lot 29, PEI, in 1924. Buried in People's Cem, Crapaud, PEI. Religion: Baptist. User ID: MP22286.

- DOB 29 Mar 1864 by Livingston Family Bible. 1865 in back of Bible.

- In 1881 Census, b.1863/64 and called Emma.

- By the will of her father, daughter Amy, wife of Herbert Louther to receive the balance of the shares and deposits remaining after her mothers' death for her special benefit except the cost of a suitable ___?____ to be erected by her. [monument?]

- By the will of her mother, daughter Amy Lowther of Crapaud, to receive all her personal estate of $600 in the Dominion Savings Bank with accrued interest. 1 horse, 1 cow on homestead farm, all her furniture consisting of 1 parlour suite, bedroom suite and bedding.

- On 18 Jul 1892 [ML] Charlotte AMY Ann married Herbert LOWTHER, son of George LOWTHER (abt 1835-) & Susan _______ (abt 1835-), in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Rev. A.A. McKenzie, minister; Bondsman Mackieson Dixon.

Herbert was born on 9 Oct 1860 in Crapaud, Lot 29, PEI and baptized in Bedeque-Crapaud Wes. Meth Circuit, on 13 May 1861. Herbert died in 1943. Buried in People's Cem, Crapaud, PEI. Occupation: Liv Crapaud, Lot 29, PEI. Religion: Methodist.

They had the following children:

114 i. Margaret Adele (1893-1979)

115 ii. Boyd C. (1895-1979)

116 iii. George Archibald ? (1898-1927)

39. Son ______ LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1846 and died after 1848. Religion: Baptist. Existence based on 1848 census showing 2 males b.1832/48.

40. John LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1847 in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI and died in 1903. Religion: Baptist.

- Appears in 1848 Census as b.1832/48.

- Did not marry.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

41. Sophia LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1848 in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI and died in 1862. Religion: Baptist.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

42. Archibald LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1850 in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI and died in 1929. Religion: Baptist.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

Abt 1885 Archibald married Mary Elizabeth COLLINS. She was born in 1856 and died in 1927.

They had the following children:

117 i. Marian (~1886-)

118 ii. Archibald (~1888-)

43. Flora LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1856 and died in 1933. Religion: Baptist.

- Said to be 6 children.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

Flora married George WARES. Born in 1856 and died in 1928.

44. Margaret LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1866 and died in 1904. Religion: Baptist.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that Margaret moved to the Lot 48 area where her niece Flora MacLean married a Gilmore Jardine. He may have been a son of Margaret & Austin or a nephew of Austin as he named one of his sons Austin.

Margaret married Austin JARDINE. Born abt 1865.

45. Sophia LADNER (Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1868 in Bannockburn Rd., Lot 31, PEI and died in 1917. Religion: Baptist.

- Flora and the living children have not been found in the 1881 Census of Lots 31, 32 & 65 of PEI nor in later ones. None of the family found in Charlottetown cemeteries. Suspect that they moved off-island.

Abt 1890 Sophia married James MacLEAN. Born in 1843 and died in 1923.

They had ten children of whom we list:

119 i. Gordon (~1891-)

120 ii. Flora (FLORRIE) (~1892-)

121 iii. Bertha (~1894-)

122 iv. Lillian (~1895-)

123 v. Edith (~1897-)

124 vi. George (~1899-)

125 vii. Walter (~1901-)

126 viii. Russell (~1903-)

Fifth Generation

46. Elizabeth (BESSIE) LIVINGSTON (Mary4, Malcolm3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1865 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. User ID: MP222141.

- She is mentioned in her grandfather's will as receiving a one third share.

- She is of Charlottetown in marriage licence dated 1886.

- On 6 Jul 1886 [ML] Elizabeth (BESSIE) married George MORRISON, in Charlottetown, PEI. Rev. E. Whitman, minister; bondsman Alex'r Cameron. Born abt 1850.

- He is a widower of Charlottetown in marriage licence if 1886.

47. Mary Margaret LIVINGSTON (Duncan LIVINGSTONE4, John LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 14 May 1898 in Argyle Rear, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in DeSable Free Ch., Argyle Shore, Lot 29, PEI, on 8 Jul 1899. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland. User ID: MP222431.

48. Frederick LIVINGSTONE (Duncan4, John LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in Moncton, NB.

- Kept in touch with John Livingstone of Murray Harbour, PEI, a first cousin.

Two children.

49. John LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1877/1878 in Murray, River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer At Murray Harbour >> Railway Employee. Religion: Presbyterian.

- Kept in touch with his first cousin Fred Livingstone of NB.

- Named in parents' household in 1928 Atlas but actually has his own.

- John married ___________ JARDINE.

They had the following children:

131 i. Adeline

132 ii. Rena

50. George W. LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1879/1880 in Murray, River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

51. Joseph H(orton?) LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1885/1886 in Murray, River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

52. Mary Jane (JANIE) LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1889/1890 in Murray, River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

- Appears in father's household in 1928 Atlas.

53. Thomas LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1).

- Appears in 1928 Atlas at parents' home.

54. Myra LIVINGSTON (Samuel4, John3, Donald2, Donald1).

- Appears in parents' home in 1928 Atlas.

55. John LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 28 Aug 1877 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. Occupation: House Joiner. Religion: Pres. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222451.

- DOB 1876/77 in 1881 & 1891 census.,

56. Sarah LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 May 1878 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Pres. >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222452.

57. Charles Fisher LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 20 Jun 1881 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in Argyle Shore, Lot 29, on 7 Nov 1895. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222453.

- DOB is 1880/81 in 1891 Census. - DOB is 23 June 1881 in 1901 census.

58. Catherine (KATIE) Margaret LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 27 Mar 1883 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222454.

- Recorded with aunts JANE and MARY in household of uncle DUNCAN in 1891 Census. Appears with aunt MARY in household of uncle JAMES A. LIVINGSTON in 1901 Census. By will of her uncle JAMES she was to eventually receive or share in his estate.

- On 11 May 1917 [ML] Catherine (KATIE) Margaret married Delmont Harrison HEPBURN of Huxley, Alta, in PEI. Rev. C.R. Freeman, minister; Bondsman Frank Simmons.

59. Flora Ella LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 25 Jun 1885 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222455.

- DOB is 1884/85 in 1891 Census.

60. Alfred S. LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1886/87 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI and died in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI, in 1891/1901. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222456.

- He is missing from his parents' home in the 1901 Census likely having died as a child.

61. (Dau) _______ LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in Mar 1891 in Argyle Rear Road, Lot 30 and died in Argyle Rear Road, Lot 30, in 1891/1901. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222457.

- She is an unnamed newborn in the 1891 census and is missing from her parents' home in the 1901 Census likely having died as a child.

62. Donald Campbell LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 14 May 1895 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in Argyle Shore, Lot 30, PEI, on 7 Nov 1895. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222458.

63. Annie Warburton LIVINGSTON (Ewen4, John3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 3 Nov 1899 in Bonshaw, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in Argyle Shore, Lot 30, PEI, on 19 Aug 1900. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP222459.

- In baptismal register entry father's name is first given as John which is crossed out and Angus entered.

64. John Alexander MacFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 18 Dec 1857 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in West River, Lot 31, PEI, on 18 Dec 1857. John Alexander died in 1943. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer's Son >> Farmer at Riverdale In 1928. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

- DOB 13 Dec 1857 in 1901 census.

- He is with his wife and family in Lot 30 in both 1891 and 1901 Censuses and is listed with his parents in 1901 as well.

- Listed as School Trustee and Justice of the Peace in 1928 Atlas, Lot 30.

- On 6 Nov 1883 John Alexander married Ann Jane MacPHEE, daughter of Duncan McPHEE (20 Feb 1829-10 Sep 1908) & Margaret MORROW (18 Mar 1843-13 Mar 1926), in St. James Kirk, Charlottetown, PEI.

She was born on 26 Feb 1863 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in West River, PEI, on 20 Jul 1863. Ann Jane died on 13 Dec 1942. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scotland. User ID: MP224141.

- DOB given as 22 Feb 1863 in 1901 Census.

See entry for DUNCAN McPHEE in "MURRAYS of Clyde River, Lot 31" tree for her family details.

They had six known children of whom we list:

133 i. Flora (1885-1904)

134 ii. Margaret B. (1890-)

135 iii. Donald Duncan (1894-1967)

136 iv. Sarah Ellen (1897-)

137 v. John Nelson (1903-1976)

65. Donald MacFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Nov 1859 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in West River, Lot 31, PEI, on 16 Jul 1860. Donald died in PEI in 1938. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer's Son. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> E. Ch. Of Scot. >> Pres.

- Not with parents in 1891 census but listed at end of their children. Listed with parents in 1901 as single.

66. Neil MacFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 2 Mar 1862 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in West River, Lot 31, PEI, on 21 Jul 1862. Neil died on 24 Nov 1922. Buried in Shaw Pioneer Cem, Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer's Son >> Farmer. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> E. Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

- By entry with his parents in 1901 Census, DOB is _____ 1861, and married, but seemingly not at home. Living in Lot 30, Riverdale 7 entries after brother John and one before brother Alexander.

- On 15 Nov 1892 Neil married Margaret ELIZABETH MacPHEE, daughter of Duncan McPHEE (20 Feb 1829-10 Sep 1908) & Margaret MORROW (18 Mar 1843-13 Mar 1926). Rev. David Sutherland; Bondsman Peter MacFadyen.

- She was born on 26 Jul 1873 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and baptized in St. James Kirk, Ch'tn, PEI, on 26 Sep 1873. Margaret ELIZABETH died on 20 Jul 1943. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP224146.

- DOB is 23 July 1873 by other sources.

See entry for DUNCAN McPHEE in "MURRAYS of Clyde River, Lot 31" tree for her family details.

They had the following children:

139 i. Mary E. (1896-1987)

140 ii. Neil Daniel (1897-1976)

141 iii. Florence (FLORRIE) E. (1902-1973)

67. Peter D. MacFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 21 Feb 1864 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in West River, Lot 31, PEI, on 21 Aug 1864. Peter D. died in PEI on 18 Mar 1920. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer's Son. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> E. Ch. Of Scot. >> Pres.

- DOB is 2 Mar 1863 in 1901 census and single. Date uses brother Neil's day & month. Year calculated wrongly based on use of Neil's dates. Age 37 is correct.

68. Angus (Inf) McFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 17 Jul 1866 in Tryon Rd, Lot 65, PEI and died in Tryon Rd, Lot 65, PEI, on 17 Jul 1866. Buried in Shaw Cem., Lot 65, PEI.

69. Angus McFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 19 Mar 1867 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI and baptized in West River, Lot 31, PEI, on 23 Aug 1868. Occupation: Farmer's Son. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Cdn. Pres. >> E. Ch. Of Scot.

- DOB 1865/66 in 1881 Census and 1867/68 in 1891 census.

- Not with parents in 1891 census but listed at end of family. Not mentioned in parents' 1901 listing. Suspect he had died 1891/1901.

70. Alexander MacFADYEN (Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 6 Sep 1869 in Riverdale, Lot 65, PEI. Occupation: Farmer's Son >> Farmer >> School Trustee. Religion: Cdn. Pres. >> E. Ch. Of Scot. >> Free Ch. Of Scot.

- Is indicated as married in 1901 Census. Lives at Riverdale, Lot 30 beside brother Neil and 8 entries after brother John. No children in the family as of 1901 Census. Has lodger Katie B. Darrach (b.10 July 1882) in 1901 who is a teacher and a Presbyterian.

- Alexander married Barbara J. MacKINNON. Born on 8 Feb 1869 in PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

They had four known children.

71. Spurgeon LIVINGSTON (Mary (MARY BALTIC) LIVINGSTONE4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1880/1881 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in Mass. aft 1891. User ID: MP222711.

83. Francis (FRANK) LIVINGSTONE (Daniel (BIG DAN)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born abt 1883 in New Hampshire. User ID: MP222731.

84. Lorena LIVINGSTONE (Daniel (BIG DAN)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1885/1886 in PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222732.

85. Duncan LIVINGSTONE (Daniel (BIG DAN)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born abt Jul 1890 in PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222733.

86. Spurgeon Arthur LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1898 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1947. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Liv. Baltic Rd. User ID: MP222741.

- Abt 1927 Spurgeon Arthur married Flora Hazel MURRAY, daughter of William Morrison MURRAY (1853-1936) & Christiana (CHRISTINA) Campbell McPHAIL (2 Aug 1866-15 Nov 1944). Born in Jun 1907 in Shediac, N.B. Flora Hazel died in Sarnia, Ont., on 28 Feb 1990; she was 82. User ID: MP2235d.

See entry for WILLIAM MORRISON MURRAY in "MURRAYS of Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI" tree and also "MacPHAILS of Argyle Shore, Lot 30, PEI" for the family of CHRISTINA McPHAIL.

They had one child.

87. Daniel S. LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1899 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1991. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31. Occupation: Sapper In Cdn Railway Troops, CEF In WWI >> Farmer St. Peter's Rd, Lot 65. User ID: MP222742.

88. Addison LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born on 25 Dec 1900 and died in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI, in 1995. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer At End Of Baltic Rd., Lot 31. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222743.

89. Stewart LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born abt 1902 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. User ID: MP222744.

- Stewart married Ada ________. They were living in Regina, Sask. In 1997.

They had three known children.

90. Sarah (SADIE) B. LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1904 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. Was living in Charlottetown, PEI 1997. User ID: MP222745.

- Aft 1928 Sarah (SADIE) B. married George Artemas HYDE (166) , son of Artemas AUSTIN HYDE (15 Mar 1875-3 Dec 1935) & Eva May LIVINGSTON (101) (13 Mar 1882-20 Oct 1931). He was born in 1908 in West Clyde River. Lot 31, PEI and died in Charlottetown in 1977. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP2228171.

91. Charles Andrew LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born in 1906 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1908. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222746.

92. Mayme Flora LIVINGSTONE (Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC)4, Duncan3, Donald LIVINGSTON2, Donald1). Born on 9 Jun 1908 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI and baptized on 23 Aug 1921 in Home Of Parents; Rev. D.M. Lamont, Ch. Of Scot. Mayme Flora died in Auto Accident, Baltic Rd, Lot 31, PEI, in 1937. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222747.

95. Boyd LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1867/1868 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in 1881/1891. Religion: Ch. Of Eng. User ID: MP222811.

- Was in 1881 Census with father & step-mother at the Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. He was not seen in the 1891 or 1901 Censuses and was not named in his father's will leading to the suspicion that he died between the 1881 and 1891 Censuses.

96. Catherine LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1869/1870 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in 1881/1891. Religion: Ch. Of Eng. User ID: MP222812.

- Was with Father & step-mother in 1881 Census at the Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. She was not seen in the 1891 or 1901 Censuses and was not named in her father's will leading to the suspicion that she died between the 1881 and 1891 Censuses.

97. David LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1872/1873 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in 1881/1891. Religion: Ch. Of Eng. >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP2228713.

- In the 1881 Census he was with father and mother at the Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. He was not found in the 1891 or 1901 Censuses nor was he named in his father's will leading to the suspicion that he died between the 1881 and 1891 Censuses.

98. William Boyde LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 22 Apr 1874 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in Manitoba on 8 Sep 1906. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222814.

- He was not with his parents the 1881 Census; appears in the 1891 Census as born 1872/1873; 1901 Census as a 27 year old farmer's son. In his father's will he is identified as the eldest son which is understood that he was the eldest son still alive. He was to get the farm if he stayed at home, otherwise $150. WILLIAM went to Manitoba in the early 1900s and while there contracted typhoid fever. His brother GEORGE travelled there to see him and, finding him recovered, returned home with perhaps a short stop along the way. On his arrival, he learned that WILLIAM had passed away on 8 September 1906 T 33 and in fact his body arrived from Manitoba the day after GEORGE returned. WILLIAM was buried in the Burnside Presbyterian Church Cemetery beside his father. He was single.

99. James Albert LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 29 Mar 1875 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in 1954. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> Free Church Of Scotland. User ID: MP222815.

- Born 29 Mar 1875 per Family Bible; 1874/75 by 1881 Census; 1877/1878 by 1891 Census; 1877 by 1901 Census; 1879 by gravestone. In his father's will he is identified as the second son which is understood that he was the second oldest son still alive.

- On 26 Nov 1907 [ML] James Albert married Christy Ann MacNEVIN, daughter of John McNEVIN (1830/1831-bef 1901) & Margaret McKAY (13 Mar 1835-), in DeSable, Lot 29, PEI. Rev. James McDougall, Free Ch. of Scot. minister; bondsman Albert Hyde.

Christy Ann was born in 1878 in DeSable, Lot 29, PEI and died in 1941. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

- Appears in 1901 Census of Lot 29 as Christie A. Williams born 1 June 1876 PEI and living with brother Colin McNevin & widowed mother.

They had one child:

164 i. Edith (Edyth) May (1912-1998)

- Aft 1941 James Albert secondly married Caroline (CARRIE) HEARTZ. Born on 28 Nov 1881 and died in Beach Grove Home, Charlottetown, PEI, on 12 Jul 1972. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31. Religion: Presbyterian.

100. Jane (JANIE) Robertson LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 22 Jan 1879 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in Mass., USA. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222816.

- She was not with her parents the 1881 Census; born 1875/76 in the 1891 Census and appears in the 1901 Census as a 22 year old. She was mentioned in her father's will of 1889 to receive $100 upon marriage or as soon as convenient after.

- Aft 1901 Jane (JANIE) Robertson married Albert BOYLE, son of Robert BOYLE (12 Feb 1850-) & Emma MAYHEW (6 Dec 1852-). He was born in 1878/1879 in New Haven, Lot 31 and died in Mass., USA. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Methodist.

- Moved with family to Mass.

They had one child:

165 i. William

101. Eva May LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 13 Mar 1882 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 20 Oct 1931. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222817.

- She appears in the 1891 Census as born 1880/81 and in the 1901 Census as a 19 year old. She was mentioned in her father's will of 1889 to receive $100 upon marriage or as soon as convenient after.

- On 18 May 1908 [ML] Eva May married Artemas AUSTIN HYDE, son of Artemas HYDE (26 Feb 1836-1918) & Flora Ann CROSBY (8 Apr 1845-1918), in St. James Pres. Ch., Ch'tn. Rev. T.F. Fullerton, Presbyterian minister; Bondsman John Riggs. He was born on 15 Mar 1875 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 3 Dec 1935. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer West Clyde River, Lot 31.

They had the following children:

166 i. George Artemas (1908-1977)

167 ii. John MONTAGUE (1912-1973)

168 iii. Calvin Austin (1916-1994)

102. George Archibald LIVINGSTON (George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 12 Nov 1885 in Baltic Road Farm, Lot 31 and died in Aug 1960. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer West Clyde River Rd, Lot 31, PEI In 1928. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222818.

- He appears in the 1891 Census as born 1884/85 and in the 1901 Census as a farmer's son. He was mentioned in his father's will of 1889 as to receive a good education or trade, plus $100 on attaining his majority.

- By the will of his grandfather Archibald Livingston. grandson George Archibald Livingston was to receive $100 after the death of Archibald's wife.

- On 26 Nov 1908 [ML] George Archibald married Pearl Alberta SCOTT, daughter of John SCOTT (20 Aug 1853-) & Mary A. YEO (25 Oct 1855-), in PEI. Rev. W.I. Green, minister; Bondsman Benjamine Crabbe.

She was born on 25 Oct 1884 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Mar 1956. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

They had seven known children of whom we list:

169 i. Myrtle E. (1909-1998)

173 v. Hazel Pearl (1921-1997)

175 vii. Mabel B. (1925-1926)

103. Margaret MAGGIE JANE BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 21 Apr 1872 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Zion Free Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Oct 1882. Margaret MAGGIE JANE died in 1932. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222821.

- Abt 1914 Margaret MAGGIE JANE married William YOUNKER. Born abt 1870. They lived in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI.

They had one child

104. Amy Ann BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 3 Oct 1874 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Zion Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Oct 1882. Amy Ann died on 15 Apr 1904. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222822.

- Amy Ann married Alfred E. MAYHEW. He was born in 1871 and died on 28 Dec 1900. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI.

105. Sarah (SADIE) Elizabeth BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 17 Nov 1878 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Zion Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Oct 1882. Sarah (SADIE) Elizabeth died on 4 Jun 1936. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222823.

- Name given as Zaida L. Beer on stone.

- Abt 1902 Sarah (SADIE) Elizabeth married Wesley H. HOOD. He was born on 6 Aug 1870. and died on 5 Feb 1957. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI.

They had three children of whom we list:

177 i. Raymond (1903-1903)

106. Frederick Boyd BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 1 Aug 1881 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Zion Pres. Ch., Charlottetown, PEI, on 14 Oct 1882. Frederick Boyd died in Bannockburn Road, Lot 31, in 1972. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Miller On Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222724.

- On 24 Jan 1911 Frederick Boyd married Frances (FANNIE) Catherine DARRACH, daughter of John DARRACH (20 Jul 1846-20 Aug 1925) & Mary Ann McDOUGALL (1846/1847-16 Aug 1921), in Burnside Pres. Ch., Clyde River, PEI. Born in 1879 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died on 3 Sep 1934. Buried on 5 Sep 1934 in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI.

* "BEER - At Clyde River, on September 3rd, 1934, Fannie Darrach, beloved wife of Frederick Beer, aged 54 years. Funeral from her late residence on Wednesday, September 5th, service starting at 2 pm. Interment at Clyde River Cemetery.""(Evening Patriot September 4, 1934)

"Clyde River mourns the loss of one of its most highly esteemed citizens in the passing of Mrs. Fred Beer, who died September 3 after a lingering illness of nearly two years. There are left to mourn a husband and four children."(Evening Patriot September 6, 1934)

They had four known children of whom we list:

181 ii. James Frederick (1914-1995)

107. Ina Mary (MAY) BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 18 Jan 1886 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and died on 2 Sep 1970. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222825.

- Location given as Clyde River in marriage licence document.

- On 11 Nov 1907 Ina Mary (MAY) married Hector Alexander DARRACH, son of John DARRACH (20 Jul 1846-20 Aug 1925) & Mary Ann McDOUGALL (1846/1847-16 Aug 1921). Rev. George E. Ross minister; Bondsman Samuel Angus McDonald. Licence dated 8 Nov 1907.

He was born on 8 Sep 1883 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died on 7 Dec 1971. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farmer On West Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

- DOB 8 Sept 1882 in 1901 Census.

They had five known children of whom we list:

184 i. Hector RALPH (1908-1982)

185 ii. Margaret MARIE (1913-1993)

108. Mamie BEER (Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1894 in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and died in Bannockburn Rd, Lot 31, PEI, in 1896. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222826.

109. Adam LIVINGSTON (Boyd Archibald LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 19 Feb 1897 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in PEI Hosp., Charlottetown, PEI, on 28 Mar 1963. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. Occupation: Farmer at Kingston, Lot 31, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222841.

- b. 4 Feb 1897 in 1901 Census.

- On 25 Oct 1917 [ML] Adam married Lydia MacGREGOR of Kingston, PEI, daughter of James Nelson MacGREGOR (1834-1892) & Grace MacCALLUM (1857-1929), in PEI. Rev. J. Dougald McKenzie, minister; bondsman Ira C. Auld.

She was born on 25 Aug 1892 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died on 22 Sep 1954. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem. Occupation: Housewife.

They had one child

110. Gordon LIVINGSTON (Boyd Archibald LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 4 Nov 1898 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Rochester, NH, on 5 Jul 1982. Occupation: Building Contractor at Somerville, Mass. User ID: MP222842. Religion: Presbyterian.

- b. 4 Nov 1897 in 1901 Census.

- He was of Medford, Mass at time of marriage.

- On 24 Dec 1929 Gordon married Muriel DOROTHY STEEVES, daughter of Howe STEEVES. She was born on 12 Oct 1903 in Hillsborough, NB. and lived at Dennis, Cape Cod, Mass.

They had two known children.

111. Watson LIVINGSTONE (Boyd Archibald4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 15 Sep 1900 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died at Charlottetown, PEI about 2000. He lived at Clyde River, PEI . Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP222843.

- Appears as Loyd Livingston b. 26 Sep 1900 in 1901 Census.

- On 20 Oct 1926 Watson married Lillian Jean HYDE, daughter of Frederick William HYDE (17 Feb 1870-1950) & Anna Maude MacEWEN (1878-1966), in Meadowbank, Lot 31, PEI. Born on 26 May 1901 in Meadowbank, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, PEI, on 13 Aug 1989. Buried on 18 Aug 1989 in United Bapt. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Baptist.

They had one child.

112. Parker LIVINGSTON (Boyd Archibald LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1905 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Cal. in Jan 1955. Buried in Cambridge, Mass. Occupation: Painter In Boston, Mass Area. User ID: MP222844.

- Abt 1925 Parker married Dorothy LINCOLN. Dorothy died bef 1997.

They had four known children.

114. Margaret Adele LOWTHER (Charlotte AMY Ann LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Jan 1893 and died on 26 Jun 1979. Buried in Peoples' Cem, Tryon, PEI. User ID: MP222861.

- Margaret Adele married William (BILL) Edmund CALLBECK. Born on 5 May 1879 and died on 15 Jan 1965. Buried in Peoples' Cem, Tryon, PEI. Occupation: Hog Farmer/Salesman.

- Billy and Luta were living in North Tryon when their daughter Mae was born. He and 2nd wife Margaret moved from N. Tryon to Crapaud. Billy was a Hog Farmer and DeLaval separator salesman. Lived at Albany P.O. , Lot 27, PEI In 1928

They had one child.

115. Boyd C. LOWTHER (Charlotte AMY Ann LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Feb 1895 and died on 7 May 1979. User ID: MP222862.

- Abt 1927 Boyd C. married Edna Ethel MUTTART, daughter of Hedley Leard MUTTART (20 Apr 1880-13 Mar 1979) & Mildred Florence FERGUSON (8 Jul 1882-20 Feb 1922). Born on 19 Mar 1903 and died on 23 Mar 1975. Buried in Charlottetown, PEI.rapaud Cem., PEI. User ID: MP11424141.

They had one child.

116. George Archibald ? LOWTHER (Charlotte AMY Ann LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1898 and died on 11 Jun 1927. Buried in People's Cem, Crapaud, PEI. User ID: MP222863. Religion: Presbyterian >> United.

- Age given as 36 years in death register.

- George Archibald ? married Melvina (VINA) Katie WADDELL, daughter of William WADDELL & Mary Ann MacDONALD (1 Jan 1856-aft 1956). Born in 1900 and died in 1966. Buried in People's Cem, Crapaud, PEI.

They had one child:

201 i. Amy Edith (1923-1926)

117. Marian LADNER (Archibald4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1886.

- Abt 1915 Marian married Lester CHAPIN.

They had four known children of whom we list:

203 ii. William Alexander (Died as Child) (1918-1928)

118. Archibald LADNER (Archibald4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1888.

- Archibald married Ruth GREGG.

They had no children.

119. Gordon MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1891.

120. Flora (FLORRIE) MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1892.

- In 1928 Atlas Lot 48, her husband and children have a mother listed as Margaret. Was this a second wife or another of Flora's names? Her sister Lillian & husband Earle Acorn farm a few properties further south in Lot 49.

- Abt 1919 Flora (FLORRIE) married Gilmore JARDINE. Born abt 1890. Occupation: Farmer In Sw Corner Of Lot 48.

- Appears in 1928 Atlas, Lot 48 as Gilmore Jardine with wife Margaret and four children

They had five known children.

121. Bertha MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1894.

- Abt 1920 Bertha married R. Earl WILLIAM. Born abt 1893.

They had five known children.

122. Lillian MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1895.

- Appears in 1928 Atlas Lot 49 with husband and first three children.

- Abt 1920 Lillian married Earl E. ACORN. Born abt 1894.

- Appears in 1928 Atlas Lot 49 as Earl E. Acorn with wife Lillian and three children. He farms a little south of Lillian's sister Flora's husband Gilmore Jardine on the same Monaghan Rd, but in Lot 49.

They had three known children.

123. Edith MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1897.

124. George MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1899.

125. Walter MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1901.

126. Russell MacLEAN (Sophia LADNER4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born abt 1903.

Sixth Generation

133. Flora MacFADYEN (John Alexander5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 27 Dec 1885 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and died in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI, on 25 Nov 1904. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2241411.

134. Margaret B. MacFADYEN (John Alexander5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 3 Jul 1890 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2241412.

- Abt 1913 Margaret B. married John W. BOYLE, son of Robert BOYLE (12 Feb 1850-) & Emma MAYHEW (6 Dec 1852-). Born on 10 Oct 1887 in New Haven, Lot 31. Occupation: Farmer At New Haven, Lot 31 In 1928. Religion: Methodist.

They had three known children of whom we list:

i. Robert D. (1914-1970)

135. Donald Duncan MacFADYEN (John Alexander5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 9 Feb 1894 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and died on 2 Jan 1967. Buried in Churchill Pres. Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2241413.

- Aft 1928 Donald Duncan married Minnie BUCHANAN, daughter of Anthony BUCHANAN (11 Jan 1862-16 Aug 1938) & Margaret JANE DOCHERTY (6 Apr 1865-27 Jul 1938). Born on 12 Mar 1899 in Wynn Road, Lot 31, PEI and died on 24 Jun 1983. Buried in Churchill Pres. Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Pres.

- Appears with parents in 1928 Atlas.

They had one child.

136. Sarah Ellen MacFADYEN (John Alexander5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 26 Sep 1897 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. User ID: MP2241414.

- Abt 1924 Sarah Ellen married R. BREWER BOYLE, son of Robert BOYLE (12 Feb 1850-) & Emma MAYHEW (6 Dec 1852-). Born on 14 Jun 1886 in New Haven, Lot 31. Occupation: Farmer At New Haven, Lot 31 In 1928. Religion: Methodist.

They had five known children.

137. John Nelson MacFADYEN (John Alexander5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 27 Jun 1903 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and died in 1976. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. User ID: MP2241513.

- John Nelson married Elizabeth (ELIZA) A. FRENCH, daughter of John Clark FRENCH (25 Oct 1864-9 Jul 1953) & Mary Ann FERGUSON (17 Mar 1868-18 Mar 1904). Born on 6 Jun 1894 in Hampton, Lot 29, PEI and died aft 1979. Buried in Shaw Cem. Lot 65, PEI. Religion: Methodist. User ID: MP1142773.

- DOB 17 May 1894 by other sources.

They had two known children.

139. Mary E. MacFADYEN (Neil5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 12 Jul 1896 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and died in PEI in 1987. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Liv Tryon Rd, Lot 65. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot. >> Pres. User ID: MP2241462.

- Mary E. married Frederick BUCHANAN, son of Anthony BUCHANAN (11 Jan 1862-16 Aug 1938) & Margaret JANE DOCHERTY (6 Apr 1865-27 Jul 1938). Born on 18 Jun 1892 in Wynn Rd, Lot 31, PEI and died in 1978. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem, Clyde River, PEI. Occupation: Farming On Tryon Rd, Lot 65 In 1928. User ID: Liv Tryon Rd, Lot 65. Religion: Pres.

- Appears both with parents in Lot 31 and with wife in Lot 65 in 1928 Atlas.

They had five known children of whom we list:

i. William Daniel (1918-1977)

iii. Sterling Neil (Died as Infant) (1923-1923)

140. Neil Daniel MacFADYEN (Neil5, Flora LIVINGSTON4, Isabella3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 27 Oct 1897 in Riverdale, Lot 30, PEI and died in PEI on 5 Jun 1976. Buried in Argyle Shore Cem. User ID: MP2241461. Religion: Free Ch. Of Scot.

- Listed as property owner at Riverdale, Lot 30 in 1928 Atlas. Said to have lived at Lynn, Mass.

- Neil Daniel married Annie CAMERON. Born in 1895 in PEI and died in PEI in 1988. Buried in Argyle Shore Cem.

They had one child.

164. Edith (Edyth) May LIVINGSTON (James Albert5, George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 14 Apr 1912 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and baptized in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, on 3 Aug 1913. Edith (Edyth) May died in 1998. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, Lot 31. Religion: Free Church Of Scotland >> Presbyterian. User ID: MP2228151.

- Abt 1937 Edith (Edyth) May married Keith B. YOUNG. Born in 1910. Lived in Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian.

They had four known children of whom we list:

i. K. Bruce (1938-1986)

165. William BOYLE (Jane (JANIE) Robertson LIVINGSTON5, George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). William died in Mass., USA. Occupation: Liv. Mass., USA. User ID: MP2228161.

- William was married to ?________?. and lived in Mass., USA.

They had at least two children.

166. George Artemas HYDE (Eva May LIVINGSTON5, George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1908 in West Clyde River. Lot 31, PEI and died in 1977. Buried in Burnside Pres. Church, Clyde River, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian. User ID: MP2228171.

- Aft 1928 George Artemas married Sarah (SADIE) B. LIVINGSTONE (90) , daughter of Archibald (ARCHIE BALTIC) LIVINGSTONE (32) (1867-1930) & Elizabeth STEWART (1878-1974). Born in 1904 in Baltic Road, Lot 31, PEI. User ID: MP222745.

175. Mabel B. LIVINGSTON (George Archibald5, George M. Alexander4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born in 1925 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI, in 1926. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. User ID: MP2228187.

177. Raymond HOOD (Sarah (SADIE) Elizabeth BEER5, Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 24 Jan 1903 and died on 3 Apr 1903. Buried in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. User ID: MP2228231.

181. James Frederick BEER (Frederick Boyd5, Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 13 Jul 1914 in Bannockburn Road, Lot 31, PEI and died in Beach Grove, Ch'tn, PEI, on 2 Jun 1995. Buried on 6 Jun 1995 in Burnside Pres. Cem., Clyde River, PEI. User ID: MP2228242.

* "Obituary

JAMES FREDERICK BEER

On June 2nd, 1995 the death of James Frederick Beer took place at Beach Grove Home. Born in Clyde River in 1914 to the late Frederic and Fannie(Darrach) Beer. In 1937 he married Reta Rodd Kingston and lived in Clyde River where he farmed and helped in the Saw & Grist Mill. Where two children were born,Parker and Blair. A few years later he moved to Cornwall,bought land, farmed, built many new homes, sold lots, ran a motel several years, built By Ways Trailer Park. Served on the Village Commission and was instrumental in obtaining sewer installation in Cornwall. Was a faithful member of Cyde River Presbyterian Church, served on board of managers and trustee for several years. Left to mourn are his wife Reta, sons Parker (Jean), Blair (Doreen), Brothers John and Arnold, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren. Predeceased by Sister Florence. The largely attended funeral was held in the church on June 6th. Our minister Rev Dr. Adrian Auret was unable to attend so was conducted by Rev. Raymond Gillis. Music under the direction of Cousins Nancy Rackem and Dianne Carruthers, Cornwall Women's Institute attended in a body. He was tenderly laid to rest in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Chalmers Newson, Otto Newson, Ralph Myers, Don St. Onge, Blois MacPhail, Glendon Green. flower bearers were Grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral under direction of Central Queens Funeral Co-op."

(Guardian Weekend Sat July 8, 1995)

- In 1937 James Frederick married Reta Rebecca RODD, daughter of Hammond RODD (abt 1890-) & Myrtle ______ (abt 1890-). Reta was born on 1 Dec 1914 in Winsloe, Lot 33, PEI and died aft 1997.

They had two known children

184. Hector RALPH DARRACH (Ina Mary (MAY) BEER5, Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 15 Jun 1908 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in PEI Hosp., Ch'tn, on 17 Feb 1982. Buried on 19 Apr 1982 in Canoe Cove Pres. Cem., Lot 65. User ID: MP2228251.

* "Obituary

H. Ralph Darrach

The death occurred suddenly at the Prince Edward Island Hospital on April 17, 1982 of H. Ralph Darrach of Clyde River in his seventy-fourth year.

He was the eldest son of Hector and Ina (Beer) Darrach. He was twice married, first to Jean MacLeod, who predeceased him. They had one daughter, Audrey, Mrs. Alfred MacDougall, Rice Point, PEI and two grandchildren. He later married Della M. MacLeod who survives him. To this union was born one son Keith of Sherwood, and a daughter Myrtle Marie who died in infancy.

He also leaves to mourn his daughter-in-law Gwen, son-in-law Alfred MacDougall, two brothers John, Clyde River, Lea, West Royalty, two sisters Marie, Mrs. Wilfred Stretch and Joyce, Mrs. Norman MacKenzie, both of Long Creek.

He was manager of Petro Canada for a number of years. He then returned to Clyde River where he operated a store and Post Office. For a period of five years he served as rural mail courier for the area of Cornwall, R.R. #2.

His largely attended funeral was held from Canoe Cove Presbyterian Church on April 19th, with service conducted by the Rev. Gordon Reid. Mrs. Sandra Cameron feelingly sang Amazing Grace. Organist was Dr. Peter MacDonald.

Interment took place in the Church cemetery."(EP Nov 13, 1982)

- On 14 Nov 1930 Hector RALPH married Jean (Jeanette) MacLEOD, daughter of Alexander MacLEOD (17 Jun 1877-6 May 1967) & Sarah Ann MacFADYEN (2 May 1887-9 Dec 1966). Rev. W.R. McWalker was the minister and Leo Robins was the bondsman. She was born abt 1912 in Long Creek, Lot 65, PEI and died in Clyde River, PEI?, abt 1931. Occupation: Clyde River, PEI.

They had one child.

- On 21 May 1932 Hector RALPH secondly married Della May MacLEOD, daughter of Alexander MacLEOD (17 Jun 1877-6 May 1967) & Sarah Ann MacFADYEN (2 May 1887-9 Dec 1966). Rev. Carlyle Webster was the minister and the bondsman was H.A. MacDougall. Born in 1908 in Long Creek, Lot 65, PEI.

They had two known children.

185. Margaret MARIE DARRACH (Ina Mary (MAY) BEER5, Mary Ann Grant LIVINGSTON4, Archibald3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 21 Jan 1913 in Clyde River, Lot 31, PEI and died in Sunset Lodge, PEI, on 22 Jan 1993. Buried on 25 Jan 1993 in Long Creek United Baptist Cem. User ID: MP2228252.

* "Stretch, Marie - The death occurred at the Sunset Lodge on JAN 22, 1993 OF MRS MARIE STRETCH, WIFE OF THE LATE WILFRED STRETCH OF LONG CREEK, AGED 80. RESTING AT THE MACLEAN FUNERAL HOME FROM WHERE THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD, MONDAY , JANUARY 25 at 11 am. Interment in Long Creek Baptist Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to Sunset Lodge or the Long Creek Baptist Church memorial fund would be appreciated."(EP Jan 25, 1993)

- On 12 Nov 1935 Margaret MARIE married Wilfred Hector STRETCH, son of Frederick B. STRETCH (23 Sep 1858-) & Sarah J. MacLEAN (28 Sep 1863-). Rev.J.G. Wakeling was the minister and the bondsman was Hector T. Currie. He was born on 14 Oct 1906 in Long Creek, Lot 65, PEI and died in Long Creek, Lot 65, PEI, on 5 Sep 1982. Buried in Long Creek United Baptist Cem., Lot 65, PEI. Living at Long Creek, Lot 65 In 1982.

They had five known children.

201. Amy Edith LOWTHER (George Archibald ?5, Charlotte AMY Ann LIVINGSTONE4, Archibald LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 25 Apr 1923 and baptized in Hampton United Church, Lot 29, on 18 Nov 1926. Amy Edith died on 18 Nov 1926. Buried in People's Cem, Crapaud, PEI. Religion: Presbyterian >> United. User ID: MP2228631.

203. William Alexander CHAPIN (Marian LADNER5, Archibald4, Flora LIVINGSTON3, Donald2, Donald1). Born on 27 Aug 1918 and died on 5 Sep 1928.


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