The Descendants of John MacLean and Ann MacFadyen


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The Descendants of John MacLean and Ann MacFadyen

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 MACLEAN was born Abt. 1795, and died 15 February 1884. He married ANN MACFADYEN. She was born Abt. 1801.

Children of JOHN MACLEAN and ANN MACFADYEN are:

2. i. CATHERINE2 MACLEAN.

3. ii. SARAH MACLEAN, b. 1827; d. 1921.

iii. FLORA MACLEAN, m. JOHN TAYLOR MACDOUGALL.

Notes for FLORA MACLEAN:

No family

iv. MARY MACLEAN.

Notes for MARY MACLEAN:

Married a soldier from England

4. v. DUNCAN MACLEAN, b. 1836, DeSable, Lot 29, Queens County, P.E.I.; d. 21 February 1907.

5. vi. ANGUS MACLEAN.

6. vii. JOHN MACLEAN.

viii. DONALD MACLEAN.

Notes for DONALD MACLEAN:

Drowned at Cape Horn

7. ix. ALLAN MACLEAN.

8. x. ANNE MACLEAN, b. 1837, DeSable, PEI, Canada; d. 15 October 1902, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) She married NEIL MURDOCK CAMPBELL.

Notes for CATHERINE MACLEAN:

Called Katie

Children of CATHERINE MACLEAN and NEIL CAMPBELL are:

i. GEORGE3 CAMPBELL.

ii. MURDOCK CAMPBELL.

iii. MARY STEWART CAMPBELL, b. 12 January 1861; m. MACK MACKENZIE.

9. iv. FLORA ANN CAMPBELL, b. 07 February 1868, Argyle Shore, P.E.I., Canada; d. 29 September 1950, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada.

v. EUPHEMIA CAMPBELL, b. 21 July 1871; m. HUGH MACPHEE.

Notes for EUPHEMIA CAMPBELL:

Called Phemie

vi. ISABELL SEYMOUR CAMPBELL, b. 20 October 1874.

3. SARAH2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) was born 1827, and died 1921. She married HECTOR CAMERON, son of ANGUS CAMERON and ______ MACINNIS. He was born 1816, and died 1905.

Children of SARAH MACLEAN and HECTOR CAMERON are:

i. MARY ANN3 CAMERON, b. 12 March 1853.

Notes for MARY ANN CAMERON:

Baptized at West River, P.E.I. on January 12, 1854 by Rev. Donald MacDonald, Church of Scotland

10. ii. ANGUS CAMERON, b. 1855; d. 1949.

11. iii. JULIA CAMERON, b. 15 March 1855.

iv. ALEXANDER CAMERON, b. 09 November 1858.

Notes for ALEXANDER CAMERON:

Baptized in West River, P.E.I. on February 24, 1861 by Rev. Donald MacDonald, Church of Scotland

Did he die young ???

v. JOHN MACLEAN CAMERON, b. 29 March 1864.

Notes for JOHN MACLEAN CAMERON:

Baptized in West River, P.E.I. on August 21, 1864 by Rev. Donald MacDonald, Church of Scotland

vi. DONALD CAMERON, b. 27 March 1867.

Notes for DONALD CAMERON:

Baptized in West River, P.E.I. on September 5, 1869 by Rev. James MacColl, Church of Scotland

vii. WILLIAM CAMERON.

Notes for WILLIAM CAMERON:

Baptized on February 1, 1893 in St. Catherines by Rev. John Goodwill, Church of Scotland

Some noes say Feb. 1, 1885 ????

viii. EUPHEMIE CAMERON.

Notes for EUPHEMIE CAMERON:

Called Phemie

4. DUNCAN2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) was born 1836 in DeSable, Lot 29, Queens County, P.E.I., and died 21 February 1907. He married MARY CAMPBELL Abt. 1863, daughter of JOHN CAMPBELL and MARGARET MCPHAIL. She was born 1842 in DeSable, Lot 29, Queens County, P.E.I., and died 06 April 1927.

Children of DUNCAN MACLEAN and MARY CAMPBELL are:

12. i. RODERICK3 MACLEAN, b. 27 May 1864, Hampton, P.E.I.; d. 30 April 1946, Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I..

13. ii. JOHN DUNCAN MACLEAN, b. 05 December 1865, Hampton, P.E.I.; d. 12 September 1957, Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I..

iii. ALLAN MACLEAN, b. 01 October 1882, Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I..

Notes for ALLAN MACLEAN:

Baptized in Brae Lot 9, on June 7, 1883

Religion: Free Church of Scotland

5. ANGUS2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) He married CATHERINE WALKER.

Notes for CATHERINE WALKER:

Called Kate

Children of ANGUS MACLEAN and CATHERINE WALKER are:

14. i. ETHEL3 MACLEAN, d. 1969.

ii. ANNIE GRACE MACLEAN, b. 26 March 1888.

Notes for ANNIE GRACE MACLEAN:

Not Married

6. JOHN2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) He married EUPHEMIA CAMPBELL.

Notes for EUPHEMIA CAMPBELL:

Called Phemie

Children of JOHN MACLEAN and EUPHEMIA CAMPBELL are:

i. PHEMIE3 MACLEAN.

ii. DONALD MACLEAN, b. 18 March 1862.

7. ALLAN2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) He married (1) LUCY ANN EASTER. He married (2) MARY MACEACHERN.

Children of ALLAN MACLEAN and LUCY EASTER are:

i. MARY (MAE)3 MACLEAN, b. 05 July 1867; m. WILLIAM TAYLOR.

ii. CHARLES MACLEAN, b. 12 March 1869.

iii. JOHN MACLEAN, b. 10 June 1871.

Children of ALLAN MACLEAN and MARY MACEACHERN are:

iv. NEIL3 MACLEAN.

Notes for NEIL MACLEAN:

Died young

v. JOHN MACLEAN, m. CHRISTY SHERREN; b. 14 September 1889.

Notes for JOHN MACLEAN:

Moved to Rhode Island, U.S.A.

15. vi. ANNIE MACLEAN, b. 17 November 1877.

vii. COLIN MACLEAN, b. 27 September 1880.

Notes for COLIN MACLEAN:

Died young

16. viii. DONALD A. MACLEAN, b. 06 April 1882.

8. ANNE2 MACLEAN (JOHN1) was born 1837 in DeSable, PEI, Canada, and died 15 October 1902 in Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada. She married JOHN MACDOUGALL, son of ALLAN MACDOUGALL and LETITIA LADNER. He was born 1835 in Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada, and died 04 September 1895 in Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada.

More About ANNE MACLEAN:

Burial: Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada

Notes for JOHN MACDOUGALL:

Also on gravestone, Argyle Shore is "Also his daughter Anne died May 9, 1879 AET 2. John died Intestate - See indenture between Allan Albert, his mother Anne MacLean and his sisters.

More About JOHN MACDOUGALL:

Burial: Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada

Children of ANNE MACLEAN and JOHN MACDOUGALL are:

i. ANDREW3 MACDOUGALL, b. 11 April 1863; d. 15 June 1893; m. ROSALIND MARCH MACGREGOR; b. 1866; d. 27 May 1936.

Notes for ANDREW MACDOUGALL:

Baptized November 14, 1865 by Rev. D. MacDonald, Free Church of Scotland

Studying to be a Doctor - died age 30

More About ANDREW MACDOUGALL:

Burial: Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada

Notes for ROSALIND MARCH MACGREGOR:

No children

Ladner Family File - name is Rosalind Florence MacGregor. My mother A. Rosalind (MacDougall) Richardson said name was Rosalind March MacGregor. A cousin Rosalind L. (MacEachern) MacEwen said she visited their Aunt Rosalind in the states and that she had remarried.

17. ii. MARY MACDOUGALL, b. 04 July 1866; d. 1958.

18. iii. LETITIA MARGARET MACDOUGALL, b. 01 February 1868; d. 20 March 1961.

19. iv. ALLAN "ALBERT" MACDOUGALL, b. 22 July 1870, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada; d. 11 September 1955, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada.

20. v. LUCY ANN MACDOUGALL, b. 04 March 1873, Argyle Shore, P.E.I.; d. 1961.

Generation No. 3

9. FLORA ANN3 CAMPBELL (CATHERINE2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 07 February 1868 in Argyle Shore, P.E.I., Canada, and died 29 September 1950 in Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada. She married RODERICK MACRAE 17 March 1901, son of FINLAY MACRAE and ANN MACNEVIN. He was born 04 September 1859 in Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada, and died 29 August 1937 in Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada.

Notes for RODERICK MACRAE:

Baptized 16 January 1860 by Rev. D. MacDonald, Free Church of Scotland

Roderick and Flora Ann are buried in Canoe Cove Presbyterian Church Yard.

Occupation: Farmer

MacRae Lot 65 Cemetery 5 Stone 16 Canoe Cove Presb/CofS

In loving memory of Roderick MacRae 1859 - 1937 Also his wife Flora Ann Campbell 1868 - 1950 Asleep in Jesus

Children of FLORA CAMPBELL and RODERICK MACRAE are:

i. ANNIE JEANETTA (BEA)4 MACRAE, b. 06 August 1901, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada; d. 30 October 1971, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada.

Notes for ANNIE JEANETTA (BEA) MACRAE:

Never Married

Stayed home to care for her parents. Buried in Canoe Cove Cemetery, Canoe Cove, P.E.I.

MacRae Lot 65 Cemetery 5 Stone 2 Canoe Cove Presb./CofS

August 6, 1901 - October 30, 1971

Life in Christ is Deathless [VereBeck & son Ltd.]

ii. FLORA EUPHEMIA MACRAE, b. 10 September 1903, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada; d. 09 April 1983, Datona Beach, Florida; m. FRANCIS PERLEY MACDOUGALL; b. 02 May 1899; d. 24 September 1973.

Notes for FLORA EUPHEMIA MACRAE:

No children

Lived across the road from the MacRae farm in Canoe Cove, P.E.I.

Flora and Francis are buried in Canoe Cove Cemetery, P.E.I.

iii. FINLAY MACRAE, b. April 1905; d. 09 February 1906.

Notes for FINLAY MACRAE:

Buried Canoe Cove Cemetery, P.E.I.

iv. CATHERINE MACRAE, b. January 1907; d. 30 April 1907.

v. MARY CATHERINE MACRAE, b. 18 April 1908, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada; d. 27 June 1989.

Notes for MARY CATHERINE MACRAE:

Hairdresser in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Buried in Canoe Cove Cemetery, P.E.I.

vi. HELEN MACRAE, b. 12 May 1910, Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada; d. 05 February 2004, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada; m. FREDERICK RAMSAY (FRED) HICKOX, 27 June 1935, Charlottetown, P.E.I.; b. 13 April 1912, Bonshaw, P.E.I., Canada; d. 1998.

Notes for HELEN MACRAE:

Helen was a teacher before she married Fred.

Helen and Fred farmed for a few years at West River Bridge, then moved to Parkdale, P.E.I.

Notes for FREDERICK RAMSAY (FRED) HICKOX:

Some notes say born in Clyde River, P.E.I.

Ran Service station - Texaco, Parkdale Retired

10. ANGUS3 CAMERON (SARAH2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 1855, and died 1949. He married (1) MARY LIVINGSTON. She was born 1863, and died 1901. He married (2) ELIZABETH MACNEILL.

Children of ANGUS CAMERON and MARY LIVINGSTON are:

i. BERTHA4 CAMERON, b. 01 September 1890, Clyde River, P.E.I.; m. GEORGE WOOD.

ii. FLORA CAMERON, b. 05 March 1892, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. September 1984, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.; m. DARRELL G. MACRAE; b. 22 February 1891.

Notes for FLORA CAMERON:

From Clyde River, P.E.I.

Notes for DARRELL G. MACRAE:

(name recorded from 1901 census is Daniel)

Born in U.S.A. according to 1901 census

Darrell moved to Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.

iii. GLADYS CAMERON, b. 02 July 1893, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 1964; m. GUY TEMPLE.

iv. LILLIAN CAMERON, b. 05 May 1895, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 1969; m. GEORGE LEWIS.

v. MARY CAMERON, b. 12 December 1898, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 1962, Clyde River, P.E.I.; m. KENNETH MACNEILL.

Children of ANGUS CAMERON and ELIZABETH MACNEILL are:

vi. WILLIAM4 CAMERON, b. 01 June 1904, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 05 January 1964, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada.

vii. JAMES CAMERON, b. 16 February 1905, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 25 February 1965, Clyde River, P.E.I..

viii. DAUGHTER (TWIN) CAMERON, b. 1910, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. 1911, Clyde River, P.E.I..

ix. JOHN CAMERON, b. 1910, Clyde River, P.E.I.; d. Clyde River, P.E.I.; m. ELVIRA MACFADYEN; b. 1913.

11. JULIA3 CAMERON (SARAH2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 15 March 1855. She married WILLIAM ANDERSON.

Notes for JULIA CAMERON:

Baptized on August 26, 1855 by Rev. Donald MacDonald, Church of Scotland

Child of JULIA CAMERON and WILLIAM ANDERSON is:

i. EUPHEMIA4 ANDERSON, b. 1895; d. 1911.

12. RODERICK3 MACLEAN (DUNCAN2, JOHN1) was born 27 May 1864 in Hampton, P.E.I., and died 30 April 1946 in Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I.. He married MARGARET (MAGGIE) [FLORENCE] MACKENZIE Abt. 1886, daughter of MALCOLM MACKENZIE and CATHERINE MCNEVIN. She was born 13 February 1862 in Canoe Cove, P.E.I., Canada, and died 12 November 1937 in Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I..

Notes for RODERICK MACLEAN:

Buried in Milo Free Church of Scotland, Lot 9, P.E.I.

Occupation: Liv. 1928 in Milo, Lot 9 area Religion: Free Church of Scotland

Moved to Milo with his parents in 1866

They appear in the 1928 Atlas farming at Milo on 150 acres on the north side of Linney Road across from his brother John.

Notes for MARGARET (MAGGIE) [FLORENCE] MACKENZIE:

Some records say her name was Florence MacKenzie. John Collins says Margaret (Maggie) McKenzie. Buried in Milo Free Church of Scotland, Lot 9, P.E.I. Lived 1928 in Milo, Lot 9 Area. Religion: Free Church of Scotland. DOB in 1881 Census is 1862/1863 P.E.I. She was the widow of Donald (Red Dan) McNevin. She buried a Charles McKay (d. 27 July 1888 age 1 yr. 40 days) in same plot as her husband Red Dan McNevin. No connection is known.

Children of RODERICK MACLEAN and MARGARET MACKENZIE are:

i. FLORA BELLE4 MACLEAN, b. 1887.

ii. NORMAN MACLEAN, b. 1889.

iii. NEIL MACLEAN, b. 11 June 1890, Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I.; d. 1973; m. HELEN JANE CAMPBELL; b. 19 March 1905, Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I.; d. 1998, Summerside, Lot 17, P.E.I..

Notes for NEIL MACLEAN:

Son of Roderick MacLean and Margaret MacKenzie

Lived in Milo, P.E.I.

Baptized in Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I. on August 2, 1892. Buried in Milo, Free Church of Scotland Cemetery

Religion: Free Church of Scotland

Notes for HELEN JANE CAMPBELL:

Helen attended Prince of Wales, taught school in P.E.I., then attended Bryant and Stratton Business School in Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Worked as a secretary until she retired in 1963. Lived in Brae following retirement, and oversaw farming of her land, which had belonged to her grandfather, Angus Campbell. Neil was a carpenter, and worked in the U.S.A. before retiring in 1963. He had been married prior to marring Helen, and had 2 daughters Rena and Kathleen.

Baptized in Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I. on September 24, 1906. Buried in Milo Free Church of Scotland Cemetery. Religion: Free Church of Scotland.

In 1978 she was on the Campbell homestead at Brae and in 1995 was living in Summerside, P.E.I.

They had no children.

iv. DUNCAN MACLEAN, b. 1891.

v. ROSELYN (ROSE) MACLEAN, b. 1893.

vi. JOHN ANDREW MACLEAN, b. 14 May 1895, Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I.; m. KATHERINE (KIT) MILLIGAN; b. 1893, Beaton Road, Lot 9, P.E.I.; d. 1921.

vii. EMPRESS MACLEAN, b. 1897.

viii. ALVIN A. MACLEAN, b. 1903; d. 1968.

13. JOHN DUNCAN3 MACLEAN (DUNCAN2, JOHN1) was born 05 December 1865 in Hampton, P.E.I., and died 12 September 1957 in Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I.. He married MARY ANN MACDONALD 1891, daughter of HUGH MACDONALD and JANET MACDOUGALL. She was born 05 December 1871 in Belmont, Lot 16, P.E.I., and died 17 January 1944 in Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I..

Notes for JOHN DUNCAN MACLEAN:

Buried in Milo Free Church of Scotland Cemetery

Occupation: Farmer, Coleman, Lot 9 area

Religion: Free Church of Scotland

Notes for MARY ANN MACDONALD:

Buried in Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I. - Free Church of Scotland Cemetery.

Religion: Free Church of Scotland DOB is December 5, 1872 on stone.

Children of JOHN MACLEAN and MARY MACDONALD are:

i. MARGARET (MAGGIE) ANN MACLEAN, b. 30 August 1891, Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I.; d. 28 June 1987, Charlottetown, P.E.I.; m. GORDON CAMPBELL, 13 November 1913, Summerside, Lot 17, P.E.I.; b. 14 June 1892, Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I.; d. 28 September 1975, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Notes for MARGARET (MAGGIE) ANN MACLEAN:

Baptized in Brae, Lot 9, P.E.I. on August 5, 1892. Religion: Free Church of Scotland.

Buried in Brae Presbyterian>>United Church of Canada Cemetery, Lot 9, P.E.I.

They had eight children.

Notes for GORDON CAMPBELL:

Baptized in Coleman, Lot 9, P.E.I. on September 14, 1896. Religion: Free Church of Scotland. Occupation: Farmed near Milo, P.E.I.

They had eight children.

ii. LAURETTA MACLEAN, b. 1892.

iii. ANGUS MACLEAN, b. 1894; d. 1895.

iv. DERMOTT MACLEAN, b. 1896.

v. LAWRENCE MACLEAN, b. 1898.

14. ETHEL3 MACLEAN (ANGUS2, JOHN1) died 1969. She married GEORGE HAMILTON BELL. He was born 1873, and died 1928.

Notes for GEORGE HAMILTON BELL:

Ethel was George H. Bell's second wife

Children of ETHEL MACLEAN and GEORGE BELL are:

i. IRENE4 BELL, b. 1908; m. JUDSON RACKHAM.

ii. VIOLA BELL, b. 1910; d. 1970; m. HAROLD BUNTAIN.

iii. MELVILLE GEORGE BELL, b. 16 May 1913, DeSable, PEI, Canada; d. 01 August 2000; m. HELEN MACWILLIAMS, 1937.

Notes for MELVILLE GEORGE BELL:

From the Guardian newspaper, P.E.I., Wednesday, August 2, 2002 Death Notices

BELL, George Melville MacLean --- Peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, on Tuesday, August 1, 2000, of George Melville MacLean Bell of the South Shore Villa, Crapaud, and formerly of Desable, age 87 years. Husband of the late Helen (nee MacWilliams). Dear father of Deanna (Kinsman) Merriam, Lois (Victor) MacEachern, Norma (Blaine) Jelley; grandfather of Paul, Charlene, Chantelle, Lisa, Kendra and Cara. Also survived by sister-Law Sylvia Bell and several neices and nephews. Resting at the Dawson Funeral Home, Crapaud, until Friday, August 4, then to Hampton United Church for funeral service at 2 p.m. Interment in Crapaud People's Cemetery. Visitation Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. If so desired, memorial donations to Hampton United Church Building Fund or a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.

Melville G. began farming at the age of 15 after his father's death. In 1937 Melville married Helen MacWilliams, the daughter of John and Mabel (MacKay) MacWilliams of Albany, P.E.I.

Melville operated the MacLean/Bell farm for many years before eventually going to work with the P.E.I. Lending Authority where he remained for 20 years. Melville also sold insurance and for many years operated an auctioneering business.

Melville's wife Helen, also with her friend Eva Ince started the first Women's Institute in DeSable way back in 1948. Helen is a lifetime member of the Women's Institute.

iv. EDWIN E. BELL, b. 1915; d. 1971; m. SYLVIA SIMPSON, 1951.

15. ANNIE3 MACLEAN (ALLAN2, JOHN1) was born 17 November 1877. She married JOHN MACKINNON.

Children of ANNIE MACLEAN and JOHN MACKINNON are:

i. EDNA4 MACKINNON, m. LESTER CAIRNS.

Notes for LESTER CAIRNS:

School Teacher

ii. HAROLD MACKINNON, d. 22 March 1986, Canoe Cove, P.E.I. Canada; m. (1) MARGARET MACLEAN

Notes for HAROLD MACKINNON:

Obituary in The Guardian, newspaper, P.E.I.

MacKinnon

Friends, neighbours, and relatives were shocked and saddened by the sudden death of Harold A. MacKinnon of Canoe Cove on March 22, 1986. Harold was born on March 9, . He was the son of the late John A. MacKinnon and his wife Annie MacLean. Harold lived all his life on the family farm. He attended DeSable Free Church of Scotland. In 1942 he married Margaret MacLean.

Left to morn are his wife Margaret, son Harry, daughter-in-law Rhoda, grandchildren Carolyn and Wendy MacKinnon, and his sister Edna (Mrs. Lester Cairns). His presence will be greatly missed in his home but many cherished memories will remain. He was predeceased by a daughter Shirley in 1945.

The largely attended funeral was held on Monday, March 24, 1986 from Cutcliffe Funeral Home. Service was conducted by Rev. James Abernethy.

Psalms sung by the congregation were Psalm 23 and 121. The soloist David Gibson sang Amazing Grace. Pallbearers were Harvey Cairns, Norman Cairns, Neil Darrach, James Hall, John MacEachern, and Hector MacNevin. Flower bearers were Elmer Boyle, David MacFayden, Ewen MacPhail, and Barry MacPhee. Interment in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

Cards of Thanks MacKinnon

The family of the late Harold A. MacKinnon of Canoe Cove sincerely thank the staff of Cutcliffe Funeral Home, Rev. James Abernethy, Mr. David Gibson, Mrs. Mildred MacLean, pallbearers, flower bearers. We also thank all the friends, neighbours, and relatives who visited the funeral home, attended the funeral and sent us sympathy cards. Thank you to those who gave flowers and donations to the Heart funds and other organizations, and to those who brought food to our homes. Your kindness was greatly appreciated.

Margaret

Harry & Rhoda

Edna & Lester

The Guardian pg. 20 April 23, 1986

More About HAROLD MACKINNON:

Burial: Argyle Shore Cemetery, P.E.I. Canada

16. DONALD A.3 MACLEAN (ALLAN2, JOHN1) was born 06 April 1882. He married LAURA SHERREN.

Children of DONALD MACLEAN and LAURA SHERREN are:

i. CHRISTINE4 MACLEAN, b. 19 July 1908, DeSable, PEI, Canada; m. JOHN INMAN.

ii. ALLAN "RUSSELL" MACLEAN, b. 13 July 1909; m. EILEEN MACDONALD.

iii. GEORGE ALEXANDER MACLEAN, b. 02 March 1911; m. ELSIE GASS.

iv. JOHN WILLIAM MACLEAN, b. 25 April 1912; m. HELEN BELL.

v. ANNIE EVELYN MACLEAN, b. 26 July 1913; d. 14 December 1973; m. WILLIAM VICTOR CAMPBELL, 03 December 1931; b. 13 February 1895; d. 02 April 1960.

Notes for WILLIAM VICTOR CAMPBELL:

Parents Daniel L. Campbell and Margaret A. (MacNevin) Campbell

vi. JAMES GARFIELD MACLEAN, b. 19 August 1915; m. ANNIE GASS.

Notes for JAMES GARFIELD MACLEAN:

No family Annie is a sister of Elsie

Notes for ANNIE GASS:

Sister to Elsie (George's wife)

vii. DAUGHTER MACLEAN, b. 02 December 1917.

viii. LAURA LOUISE MACLEAN, b. 09 January 1920; m. ELMER WALSH.

17. MARY3 MACDOUGALL (ANNE2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 04 July 1866, and died 1958. She married JOHN CAMPBELL MACPHAIL 02 March 1902, son of MALCOLM MCPHAIL and FLORA MCPHAIL. He was born 19 July 1861, and died 1940.

Notes for MARY MACDOUGALL:

Mary is the daughter of John and Ann (MacLean) MacDougall

Grandparents are John and Anne (MacNevin) MacLean and Alan & Letitia

(Ladner) MacDougall

Baptized November 14, ____ by Rev. D. MacDonald, Free Church of Scotland

Marriage License Bk. #16 1882-1923 pg. 98

McPhail, John

John McPhail (B) Argyle Shore

Mary McDougall (S) Argyle Shore

License to Rev. John Goodwill 12 March 1902

Bondsman John Ferguson

Child of MARY MACDOUGALL and JOHN MACPHAIL is:

i. SOPHIA "BLANCHE"4 MACPHAIL, b. 16 August 1902; d. 1987; m. GEORGE JAMES CARSON, 15 March 1925; b. 25 April 1899; d. 1988.

Notes for SOPHIA "BLANCHE" MACPHAIL:

Baptized July 2, 1906 by Rev. James MacDougall, Free Church of Scotland

Notes for GEORGE JAMES CARSON:

Some notes say George Reginald Carson but daughter Eleanor says George James Carson

18. LETITIA MARGARET3 MACDOUGALL (ANNE2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 01 February 1868, and died 20 March 1961. She married GEORGE WILLIAM MACEACHERN 21 March 1901, son of NEIL MACEACHERN and ELIZABETH BOYCE. He was born 01 June 1868, and died 13 January 1944.

Notes for GEORGE WILLIAM MACEACHERN:

George and Letitia lived in Mermaid, P.E.I.

Children of LETITIA MACDOUGALL and GEORGE MACEACHERN are:

i. LUCY ANNE4 MACEACHERN, b. 02 February 1902, Mermaid, P.E.I., Canada; m. LLOYD HENRY BURHOE; b. 22 May 1899.

ii. MELINDA LETITIA MACEACHERN, b. 07 July 1905, Mermaid, P.E.I., Canada; d. 03 March 1985, Argyle Shore, P.E.I., Canada; m. JAMES ALEXANDER BEATON, 30 December 1925, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada; b. 04 April 1901, Bonshaw, P.E.I., Canada; d. 05 August 1986, Charlottetown, P.E.I. Canada.

Notes for MELINDA LETITIA MACEACHERN:

She is a twin

Nick name Linda or Linny

More About MELINDA LETITIA MACEACHERN:

Burial: Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada

Notes for JAMES ALEXANDER BEATON:

Jimmie loved P.E.I. and its people. He had spent some time working off Island in Montreal, Toronto, and Prince George, but most of his life was spent in Bonshaw. Later life was enjoyed in the Cornwall area with a neat property at Meadow Bank where he even raised foxes. He was a "frustrated" farmer as he preferred dealing with people, selling everything from fish to radios, shoes, poultry, etc. He enjoyed driving horses in the earlier years. He loved seeing all his many friends around Charlottetown. His dear wife, Melinda, predeceased him after 60 years of marriage.

More About JAMES ALEXANDER BEATON:

Burial: Argyle Shore Cemetery, P.E.I. Canada

iii. MARY ELIZABETH MACEACHERN, b. 07 July 1905, Mermaid, P.E.I., Canada; d. Charlottetown, P.E.I.; m. JAMES "RUSSELL" GAY, 01 May 1924; b. 26 March 1896.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH MACEACHERN:

Mary a twin

19. ALLAN "ALBERT"3 MACDOUGALL (ANNE2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 22 July 1870 in Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada, and died 11 September 1955 in Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada. He married ANNABELLE MACRAE 11 July 1900, daughter of FINLAY MACRAE and ANN MACNEVIN. She was born 09 May 1874 in Canoe Cove, P.E.I. Canada, and died 01 February 1945 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Notes for ALLAN "ALBERT" MACDOUGALL:

Farmer - Commissioner of Oaths

Baptized March 22, 1872 by Rev. James MacColl, Free Church of Scotland

Buried Argyle Shore Cemetery, P.E.I.

Notes for ANNABELLE MACRAE:

Baptized 13 August 1875 by Rev. John Goodwill, Free Church of Scotland

Buried Argyle Shore, P.E.I.

Children of ALLAN MACDOUGALL and ANNABELLE MACRAE are:

i. CATHERINE4 MACDOUGALL.

Notes for CATHERINE MACDOUGALL:

Died at 6 months of age

Buried with parents in Argyle Shore Cemetery, P.E.I.

ii. LAURA BARNSTEAD MACDOUGALL, b. 24 April 1901, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada; d. 12 December 1967, Cranston, R.I. USA; m. GORDON RUSSELL INMAN, 27 February 1930, Rhode Island, U.S.A.; b. 1902, Victoria, PEI, Canada; d. 22 December 1969, Cranston, R.I. USA.

Notes for LAURA BARNSTEAD MACDOUGALL:

Laura named for her Uncle Donald A. MacRae's wife Laura Geddes Barnstead of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

No family

Laura worked for Gorham Silver Co., Providence, R.I. USA.

They are both buried in Rhode Island, USA

Notes for GORDON RUSSELL INMAN:

Social Security Index says died in East Providence, RI. U.S.A.

iii. ANNIE "ROSALIND" MACDOUGALL, b. 19 August 1904, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada; d. 06 December 1974, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada; m. JAMES WHITE RICHARDSON, 14 June 1941, Toronto, Ontario; b. 01 May 1908, Bonnyrigg, Scotland; d. 06 June 1982, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.

Notes for ANNIE "ROSALIND" MACDOUGALL:

Married at Bloor St. United Church, Toronto, Ontario

Buried in Pine Hills Cemetery, Scarborough, Ontario. She was published in the Poet's Corner, The Guardian, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada

Worked for the Government of Canada in Ottawa, taught school in Prince Edward Island - one school she taught in was DeSable. Worked for Station and Eves on the switchboard and Bookkeeper at Bordon, Elliott - a law firm.

Taught Sunday School at St. Paul's United Church, Scarborough, Ontario

Was a Trustee, President of the United Church Women at one time.

Cause of Death: Heart

Notes for JAMES WHITE RICHARDSON:

James White was born at 4:30 p.m. Lambs Court, Dundas Street, Bonnyrigg, Scotland. Baptized July 24, 1908 by Minister of Cockpen Church.

Jim was a Master Carpenter, apprenticed in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, Scotland with Stephen & Stoddart. Also worked in Manchester, England with his Uncle James Richardson at Tinker and Young. Came to Canada in the 1930's

He worked in Toronto for Mondernfold Door Co., of St. Lambert, Que.

Buried Pine Hills Cemetery, Scarborough, Ontario

iv. JOHN ALBERT MACDOUGALL, b. 19 April 1906, Argyle Shore, PEI. Canada; d. 20 June 1960, Argyle Shore, PEI, Canada; m. MARY SELINA MACKAY, 05 July 1933; b. 19 August 1907, DeSable, PEI, Canada; d. 19 December 1979, Charlottetown, P.E.I. Canada.

Notes for JOHN ALBERT MACDOUGALL:

Called Jack Albert

Farmed the Alan MacDougall family farm (in the family 1822 - 1965) in Argyle Shore, P.E.I. Canada

Both John Albert and Mary Selina are buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery,

Notes for MARY SELINA MACKAY:

Taught School in Canoe Cove, P.E.I.

Worked in the Confederation Library, Confederation Centre, Charlottetown, P.E.I. after the farm was sold in Argyle Shore.

She made the best bread and raisin bread was my favorite.

Baptized September 20, 1907

20. LUCY ANN3 MACDOUGALL (ANNE2 MACLEAN, JOHN1) was born 04 March 1873 in Argyle Shore, P.E.I., and died 1961. She married NEIL E. MACEACHERN June 1903 in Argyle Shore, P.E.I. Canada, son of NEIL MACEACHERN and SARAH MACDOUGALL. He was born 20 August 1872 in Long Creek, P.E.I..

Notes for NEIL E. MACEACHERN:

Called Big Neil in later years.

Children of LUCY MACDOUGALL and NEIL MACEACHERN are:

i. SARAH ANN4 MACEACHERN, b. 19 June 1904; d. 1991, Tennessee, USA; m. HARVEY (HARRY) B. MILLS.

Notes for SARAH ANN MACEACHERN:

Baptized May 29, 1905 by Rev. James MacDougall, Free Church of Scotland

both Billy and Sharon adopted

ii. ROSALIND LETITIA MACEACHERN, b. 26 July 1906; d. 04 January 1999, Long Creek, P.E.I., Canada; m. DANIEL DUNCAN MACEWEN, 20 August 1927; b. 15 March 1889, Long Creek, P.E.I.; d. 14 June 1956, Long Creek, P.E.I., Canada.

Notes for ROSALIND LETITIA MACEACHERN:

Baptized June 24, 1907 by Rev. James MacDougall, Free Church of Scotland

Rose crocheted and knitted afgans and doilys.

Notes for DANIEL DUNCAN MACEWEN:

Buried at New Dominion United Church Cemetery.

iii. MARY "HILDA" MACEACHERN, b. 11 July 1908; d. 08 November 1940.

Notes for MARY "HILDA" MACEACHERN:

Hilda died of MS. She was never married.

? Is she Hilda Mary or Mary Hilda - she was called Hilda

Cemetery Record - She is buried with her parents.

MacDougall Canoe Cove

Lot 65 Cem 5 Stone 280 Presb./C of S

MacEachern, M. Hilda MacEachern 1908 - 1940

Neil E. MacEachern 1873-1946

also his wife Lucy A. MacDougall

1873 - 1961 "He giveth His Beloved Sleep"

iv. JOHN "MELBORNE" MACEACHERN, b. 20 September 1911; d. 14 August 1981; m. VIOLET MACCANNELL, 28 March 1934; b. 29 November 1910.

Notes for JOHN "MELBORNE" MACEACHERN:

Melbourne served in Canadian Army overseas, 1940 - 1945

Funeral Notice in The Guardian, P.E.I. Sat., August 22, 1981

MacEachern --- The funeral for Melbourne MacEachern was held August 17, 1981 from the Cutcliffe Funeral Home to Canoe Cove Presbyterian Church where service was conducted by Rev. Gordon Reid and Rev. Donald Nicholson. Congregational hymn was The Lord is My Shepherd. The solo Amazing Grace was sung by Rev. Donald Nicholson. Organist was Mrs. Chester MacDonald. Pallbearers were: Kent MacDougall, Chris MacDougall, Mellie MacDonald, Jamie MacDonald, Lowell MacPhee and Blair MacEwen. Flowerbearers were: Harvey MacEwen, Norman MacEwen, Neil MacEwen, Eric MacEwen, Albert MacEwen, Hollis MacEwen, Heath MacEwen, Mark Green, James MacDonald and Alexander MacNeill. Veterans of No 3 Provost Co., Kingston Branch, Royal Canadian Legion; Corps of Commissioners: members of the P.E.I. Women's Association and Queens 2nd Women's Association attended. Royal Canadian Legion service was conducted by Coimrad L.N. Gill. Interment was in the church cemetery.


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