MacKenzie of Achiltibuie

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Lochbroom is the mainland Parish at the north and west of Ross and Cromarty, in the north of Scotland. A wild and rocky place, truly "Highland" in nature. The Coigach Barony is the north-west third of Lochbroom, anciently stretching down to Ullapool, largest village in the Parish, though now commonly the name Coigach is only applied to the Peninsula "beyond the big rock" (Ben Mor Coigeach).

Achiltibuie with twenty to thirty families is the largest community on the peninsula, today locals often refer to taking the single track road into the peninsula as out to "Achiltibuie" rather than to "Coigach". The principle tenants, or "Tacksmen", of Achiltibuie always held an important role in local society, till the subtenants, "crofters", began renting directly from the estate in the mid 1850s.

Before 1610 Coigach was a possession of the Macleods of Lewis, and fell then into the Mackenzie family through marriage and conquest; it had been the inheritance of Margaret Macleod, who had married Roderick "Rory" Mackenzie, Tutor of Kintail, their descendants became styled as "Mackenzie of Cromartie" ("Cromarty" in the original creation of Earldom).(1) Margaret's father, Torquil Cononach Macleod, had been involved in a fratricidal civil war against his own father, brothers and nephews from his stronghold of Coigach trying to seize his inheritance as heir to his father, Chief of the Macleods of Lewis. Torquil with his Coigach Macleods had fought off an invasion by 800 of their Macleod kinsmen from Lewis led by his half brother, Torquil Dubh Macleod. Roderick finally ended the warfare, by killing most of his surviving in-laws, conquering Lewis for his ward and nephew, the first Earl of Seaforth, and gaining Coigach as a possession for his own descendants over the next three and a half centuries. Eldest sons of the Cromarty Mackenzies have since carried the title "Lord Macleod", referring back to their inheritance from their ancestor Torquil and the Lewis Macleods.

Sir Roderick Mackenzie, the Tutor of Kintail, became an almost legendary character in Highland history and folklore, a proverb still current there in the late 1800s went;

"There are but two things worse than the Tutor of Kintail - frost in spring and mist in the dog days."

Presumably for a few generations following Roderick and Margaret Achiltibuie like most of the other Coigach farming communities was held by their relatives or descendants, though as far as I am aware no individual or family then was styled as "Mackenzie of Achiltibuie". Records survive from 1725-40 had principal tenant a Macleod.

Roderick died 1628, his eldest son, Sir John MacKenzie of Tarbat, himself died 1654, and was in turn succeeded by his own eldest son, George, who reflecting the growing strength of the family was made the First Earl of Cromarty.

George's younger brother Alexander inherited a family title (not clear if it was an official "heritable" title, or a less formal one), "Laird of Tarbat", and became styled as "First of Ardloch", after his residence and primary possession. It is not clear to me yet when the Ardloch family became resident in Coigach, but the family had residence close to Achiltibuie at Achnahaird till about 1725, at which time Alexander's eldest son, John, II of Ardloch, moved to neighbouring Parish of Assynt.(2)

Alexander, I of Ardloch after leaving Coigach and Lochbroom had at least one of his six known children remain there; James Mackenzie of Keppoch, ancestor of the Mackenzies of Achiltibuie.

James had many interests in Coigach and the rest of Lochbroom Parish; in 1721 he acquired wadset of Achindrean (in Strathcanaird), giving it up in 1730, in 1725 he acquired Inverpolly and Dalpolly, in 1729 he bought Keppoch, Kildonan, Scoraig, and Glenarigolach.

James "made Keppoch over" to his eldest son Alexander in 1741, presumably a business relationship similar to a "Tack", or principle tenancy, as the following year he is noted as selling Keppoch. Alexander is noted as "succeeding" James in Inverpolly and Dalpolly, and James's son Roderick as tenant in Dalcanloch.(3)

A substantial farmer, James was noted as having the finest black cattle in Coigach, and in 1735 as partner to Alexander of Corrie (who had followed James's father as resident at Achnahaird) in cattle dealing ventures. James Mackenzie of Keppoch died in 1746.

How the branch fell off the tree

The two main 19th century Mackenzie genealogical sources, "Findon Tables"(4) and "History of the Mackenzies"(1) do not note Roderick Mackenzie, Tacksman of Achiltibuie, as a son of James of Keppoch, though numerous family sources all point to that descent. Hector Mackenzie in the 1940s wrote the book "Mackenzies of Ballone"(5), and includes a few pages (29-31) that trace a line of descent from James of Keppoch through Roderick of Achiltibuie down to General MacDougall (he is in this chart at 2-1-4-3-2-1-6-10-2), who died in 1927 a decade before Hector began his work. There are several possible reasons contributing to why this branch fell off the main Mackenzie tree, or were not listed more fully by those three sources, reasons dating back to the time of James of Keppoch.

Malcolm Bangor-Jones(3) explains that James of Keppoch, though active in renting farms in Coigach and dealing in cattle had a social problem in that he was "a profest papist", thought to be the only Catholic in the Parish of Lochbroom at that time. General Wade wrote a report in 1724 upon loyalties in the Highlands following the 1715 Rebellion(6), in the section titled "ROMAN CATHOLICKS in the Highlands" Wade mentions James' father MacKenzie of Ardloch;

"The late Earl of Seaforth but none of his followers except the Lairds Mackenzie of Kilewn, and Mackenzie of Ardloch; the first has power over the Inhabitants of the Isle of Lewis and the latter over those who inhabit near Coigach and Loch Broom, which is in the North part of Seaforth's Country."

People then still remembered the religious wars of the 1600s, and there was considerable bigotry toward Catholics, so it is surprizing James did well at all, perhaps he was protected by his first cousin, John Mackenzie, the Second Earl of Cromarty, for whom he collected the rents of Coigach in the early 1720s.

James's sons from his first marriage, Alexander and Roderick (later known as "Roderick Mackenzie of Achiltibuie"), had succeeded him in tenancy the Coigach farms of Inverpolly, Dalpolly, and Dalcanloch before his death, and held them in their own right, Malcolm does not mention Achiltibuie as one of their holdings, probably the documents no longer survive. The number of wadset and tack documents from that period is far from complete.

George Mackenzie, the third Earl of Cromarty (first cousin, once removed of James of Keppoch), with his son Lord Macleod raised a Jacobite Regiment from among their tenants to fight in the 1745 Rebellion. James of Keppoch's sons Alexander and Roderick as prominant Tacksmen in their own right and second cousins of the Earl were made Lieutenants. They led the warrior clansmen, their subtenants, participating in the battle of Stirling. Late in the Rebellion Cromarty's Regiment was sent north to occupy Sutherland and Caithness, and try to recover French gold that had been landed there to aid the Rebellion. Their capture of Dunrobin Castle is noted in history as the last siege battle fought on the mainland of Great Britain.

The Earl of Cromarty, his son Lord MacLeod, their cousin Roderick of Achiltibuie, and much of the rest of the Regiment were captured 15 April, 1746, the day before the Battle of Culloden, at Dunrobin in Sutherland. Roderick's brother Alexander escaped back to Lochbroom, and remained in hiding until Parliament in June 1747 passed an Act of Indemnity, known as "the General Act of Pardon", pardonning all surviving rebels (excepting those attainted of treason, and about eighty other named people). Alexander while on the run aided attempts by French ships that slipped into Lochbroom, looking to help Bonnie Prince Charlie escape.(7)

Minister James Robertson of Lochbroom went down to London to plead for mercy on his parishoners. In Roderick's case he was successful, saving him from the fate of most of the rest of the Regiment(8), either dieing in dreadful conditions aboard the rotting hulks used as prison ships, or being exiled into indentured labour in America, one step up from slavery. Roderick resumed his position as Tacksman of Achiltibuie, which he maintained till his death in 1762.

During that time of conflict and turmoil, 1746, James of Keppoch died. By then he was long married to a second wife, Anne, with adult sons by her who had not participated in the Rebellion. Simon, the eldest son of Anne, succeeded to his lands, primarly the farms of Kildonan and Scorraig on the peninsula between Lochbroom and Little Lochbroom. Anne herself died 1805 aged 106 still holding on to Kildonan in liferent, hurting Simon's financial position. Simon himself similarly burdened his own young sons when on his death in 1765 he left Scorraig in liferent to his own Widow, Frances. Simon's second son, an Alexander, to escape the hounding creditors sold off the lands in 1775, (though not of course the liferents to his mother and grandmother).

When James of Keppoch died in 1746 he was head of a junior branch of the Mackenzie of Ardloch family, which was itsself a junior branch of the Cromarty family, which in turn was junior to the Chiefly Seaforth family.

James's sons Alexander and Roderick by his first marriage were by then established in their own rights as Tacksmen in Coigach and possibly estranged because of their participation in the Rebellion. Regardless of relationship between James and those sons, he left his inheritance to Simon, eldest son of his second wife, excluding the liferent of Kildonan to his Widow Anne. From those times, inheritance, rental agreements, wadsets and sasines are the only records documenting family relationships that survive, it would be sixty more years before the Lochbroom Session Clerks would begin keeping the Parish Registers that still exist.

Queen Victoria in 1861 re-established the titles of Earl of Cromartie (the original Earldom was of "Cromarty") and various subsidary titles, as a gift to Anne, her "Mistress of the Robes", only daughter of John Hay Mackenzie of Cromartie who had inherited the Cromarty estates including Coigach, and that descent has continued through several generations to the present Earl, who failing direct male descent from the senior Mackenzie family Seaforth is also recognized as heir to the Mackenzies of Kintail, "Caberfeidh", or Chief of Clan Mackenzie.(9)

The historian, Alexander Mackenzie, in the late 19th century wrote "The History of the Mackenzies", trying to trace descendancy of all the various branches of the Mackenzie family. Alexander's effort did not follow the descent down from the first wife of James of Keppoch, a descent that by his time looks to have been forgotten by all but the descendants themselves.

Of interest is that Alexander in his "History" puts forward the idea that Queen Victoria in 1861 made a new grant of the title, "Earl of Cromartie", and that the original 1703 granting of the title as "Earl of Cromarty" could possibly be reinstated, as many other Jacobite Lairds had done decades after the Rebellion, allowing for two concurrent Earls, one by right of the original grant, one by the second. That second grant has been inherited through several females as is allowed in its patent of creation, however Alexander points out the wording of the original grant passes that title through to the eldest son or "nearest heir male". He goes through great detail showing how the Third Earl of Cromarty's descendants died out in the male line, and then follows up the line generation by generation trying to trace which family had best claim to the original titles, ending up with the Mackenzies of Ardloch.

Alexander Mackenzie traced the Ardloch family down until it also apparantly petered out in the male line. Alexander though was not aware of the family in this chart, most of whose descendants had left Scotland by time he composed his work, and whose representative, James of Keppoch, was thought of at time of his own death in 1746 to be no more than a distant cousin of the Earl of Cromarty.

The chart below documents a vibrant descendancy with currently 4,720 descendants from Sir Roderick Mackenzie, the Tutor of Kintail, 3,889 of those from his gt-gt-grandson, Roderick Mackenzie, Tacksman of Achiltibuie, and is growing constantly as more sources are discovered, and more of the many genealogists in the family share their resources. If better records had been kept or had survived in the century from the 1740s to the 1840s it is likely that some as yet untraced descendant of Murdoch Mackenzie (chart number 2-1-4-3-2-1-1), or of his brother Roderick (chart number 2-1-4-3-2-1-2), could make a claim for the dormant and extinct titles, this chart documents a gt-gt-gt-gt-gt-grandson of Roderick, Patrick MacKenzie of Montreal (chart number 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-1), as currently having best claim, though that may change as research continues (for example, three male first cousins of Patrick's father were born late 19th, early 20th century, their descendants, if any, not yet traced).

Descendancy Chart

Preliminary Notes

(footnotes follow the chart)

This chart begins with Roderick "Rory" MacKenzie, Tutor of Kintail, first Mackenzie owner of Coigach. The numbering system in this chart allows for later editing in of other of his descendants, but it is being constructed primarly to show the relationships of the descendants through his gt-gt-grandson, Roderick Mackenzie of Achiltibuie. That Roderick appears below at chart number 2-1-4-3-2, the numbers representing his position as second child of the third child of the fourth child of the first child of Rory. The other lines of descent from Rory are well documented elsewhere and so are here only touched on for now, though they may be expanded on later.

First a few short notes on spelling and other conventions used in the chart;

Beginning of Chart

  1. (2) Sir Roderick "Rory" Mackenzie, died 1628, known as "the Tutor of Kintail", second son of Colin Cam MacKenzie, XI of Kintail. His older brother Kenneth died 1611 and Sir Roderick became "Tutor", or manager of the Estates and interests of Kenneth's underaged son Colin, the new Chief, till the lad came of age. Roderick's Tutorship was very succesful; the growth of the family fortunes led young Colin to becoming First Earl of Seaforth.

    Rory married Margaret, co-heiress of Torquil Conanach MacLeod, bringing Coigach into the MacKenzie family, his in-laws had been involved in a fratricidal war that he ended by killing most of his wife's surviving close relatives.

    Many stories are recorded about Rory, one of my favourites is found in "The History of the Mackenzies" and the following version in more expressive language is from the book "Mackenzies of Ballone";

    On one occasion when he was travelling through Athol on his way to Edinburgh in the interests of his ward, Colin, first Earl of Seaforth, his nephew, he was challenged by a party of men of that district for passing through their country without the permission of their Chief.

    Sir Roderick without replying dismounted, looked for and found a smooth stone to his liking, drew forth his famous "claidheamh mor" and began to sharpen it. The leader of the Athol men, who were standing on a knoll at a safe distance, asked him what he meant to do?

    "Do," retorted the Tutor, "I am going to make a road for myself."

    "You shall make no road here." was the defiant rejoinder of the Athol man.

    "Oh!" roared Sir Roderick as he straightened himself, "I don't seek to do so; but I shall make it between your Lord's head and his shoulders if I am hindered from pursuing my lawful business."

    On hearing this fierce reply the Athol men hastened to their master and told him what had occurred.

    His Lordship of Athol jumped up in alarm and said, "Friends, friends, that was either the devil or the Tutor of Kintail, let him have a free path for ever through my lands."

    Sir Roderick MacKenzie, Tutor of Kintail
          Sir Roderick MacKenzie, Tutor of Kintail
          painting from "The Mackenzies of Ballone"
          source there uncredited

    Children of Rory and Margaret;

    1. (2-1) Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat, born 1608, died 10 September, 1654, created "Baronet Tarbat of Nova Scotia" 1 May, 1628, married 25 July, 1629 to Margaret Erskine (daughter of Sir George Erskine of Innerteil, a Lord of Session and Justiciary, who was brother to the Earl of Kelly).

      Sir John as heir to his father (and to his mother Margaret, who was herself heiress of her father, Torquil Cononach MacLeod) acquired Coigach. The Scottish landholding system is probably more complex than I can understand, but it appears to me that Sir John, and later his first son, Sir George, and then their descendants through till the 1950s "owned" the land, and later holders acknowledged that relationship, confusing to me as terms like "purchase" are used in the same documents as "superior".

      A 1681 "Disposition and assignation" by Sir John's third son, Roderick (later "Sir Roderick Mackenzie, Lord Prestonhall"), states Sir John;

      "... sold to him under reversion the oxingang lands of Delpollie and Inverpollie, quarter lands of Auchnahard; oxingang lands of Dornie and quarter land of Ardmoir with the parsonage and vicarage teinds of the same lands,... "

      Though not specifically named, I think Achiltibuie was part of those lands.

      The children of Sir John Mackenzie and Margaret Erskine;

      1. (2-1-1) Sir George Mackenzie, born 1630 at Innerteil, died 17 August, 1714 and buried at Dingwall. In 1654 upon the death of his father he inherited title as second "Baronet Tarbat of Nova Scotia", was "elevated to the peerage" 15 April, 1685 as "Lord Macleod and Castlehaven" and "Viscount of Tarbat", and "ennobled" 18 September, 1703 with title as "Earl of Cromarty". That title only lasted three generations, as his grandson George, the Third Earl, was "attainted" for participating in the 1745 Rebellion. After being made Earl, on 29 April, 1704, he transferred the Nova Scotia Baronetcy to his third son Kenneth, changing the title from "of Tarbat", to "of Grandvale and Cromarty".

        The Clan Historian Alexander Mackenzie in the 19th century noted the original granting of title as "Earl of Cromarty" to Sir George in 1703 was to be passed to "heirs male" ("haredibus masculis et tallia"), presumably the reason Queen Victoria made a new grant of title in 1861, rather than re-establishing the earlier title. Alexander points out several Jacobite Lairds re-established their titles in the decades following the Rebellion, and suggested that could be done for the title "Earl of Cromarty" if an "heir male" could ever be proved, though he was uncertain whether the pardon received by the Earl was enough, or if it would require an Act of Parliament. In the unlikely event that the original title was ever reinstated there could be an "Earl of Cromarty", along with an "Earl of Cromartie"!

        Regardless, lack of direct male heirs in following generations led to the Third Earl becoming heir to the Nova Scotia Baronetcies though he did not try to assume them. Some feel that as he was attainted following the Rebellion those titles became extinct on his becoming heir, however from 1826 to 1858 they were again claimed by two Mackenzie brothers, and it is unclear at this time whether their claim was officially recognized. There is a possibility they could be claimed today by a descendant listed below in this chart.

        Sir George MacKenzie, First Earl of Cromarty
        Sir George MacKenzie, First Earl of Cromarty
        from "Electric Scotland", see
        credited there to "Walpole’s Royal and Noble Authors"

        Although his father had sold "under reversion" much of Coigach, probably including Achiltibuie, to George's younger brother Roderick, George succeeded as "Superior" to Roderick and later their younger brother, Alexander Mackenzie of Ardloch.

        Sir George firstly married Anne Sinclair, a daughter of Sir James Sinclair of Mey, bart. From this couple descend the current Earl of Cromartie, Chief of Clan Mackenzie. Their descent has passed through several females, Alexander Mackenzie determined that the second granting of title in 1861 could be inherited through females (as could Chieftanship of a Scottish Clan).
        Their eight children;

        1. (2-1-1-1) Lady Margaret Mackenzie, married July 1674 at Edinburgh to Sir David Bruce of Clackmannan, without issue, their divorce 21 August, 1694 noted her as "eldest lawful daughter to George, Lord Viscount of Tarbet".(10)
        2. (2-1-1-2) Roderick Mackenzie, died young.
        3. (2-1-1-3) Lady Jean Mackenzie, born 11 July, 1661, married Sir Thomas Stewart of Blair and Balcaskie, First Baronet (died after 1717).(11)
          They had two children;

          1. (2-1-1-3-1) Sir George Stewart, Second Baronet of Grandtully, died 1759 without issue.
          2. (2-1-1-3-2) Sir John Stewart, Third Baronet of Grandtully, born 1687, died 14 June, 1764, married 13 January, 1725 to his first cousin Elizabeth Mackenzie (daughter of James Mackenzie, Baronet of Royston, see below at 2-1-1-6-3). They had three sons with descent traced through several following generations.

        4. (2-1-1-4) John Mackenzie, II Earl of Cromarty, born about 1665, died 20 February, 1731, at Castle Leod. became Earl upon the death of his father in 1714, he married firstly to Lady Elizabeth Gordon, daughter of the first Earl of Aboyne, with no issue. He divorced her 28 July, 1698 and married secondly 25 April, 1701 to the Honourable Mary Murray, daughter of the third Lord Elibank.
          Their children;

          1. (2-1-1-4-1) George Mackenzie, III Earl of Cromarty, born about 1703, died 1766, married 23 September, 1724 to Isabella Gordon, daughter of Lord, Sir William Gordon, of Invergordon, bart.

            His loyalty was uncertain till well into the 1745 Rebellion, when it was expected he would raise a regiment from among his tenants on behalf of the Hanoverians. He finally declared for the Jacobite cause, surprising many, and upon defeat of the Rebellion leading to his imprisonment in the Tower of London, and sentancing by the House of Lords to beheading. His pregnant wife pled on his behalf, and secured his pardon, though with loss of lands, title, and a life in impoverished house arrest in England. There were some funds from loyal relatives and friends such as Roderick Mackenzie of Achiltibuie,(12) and after a few years the King granted a £200 yearly pension to Isabella (increased when George III became King in 1760 to £400).

            Isabella Gordon, wife of George MacKenzie, Third Earl of Cromarty Isabella Gordon, wife of George MacKenzie, Third Earl of Cromarty
            from the website "Grand Masters of Scotland"

            Sir George MacKenzie, Third Earl of Cromarty
            Sir George MacKenzie, Third Earl of Cromarty
            from the June 2005 Newsletter of Clan MacKenzie Canada

            In 1763 on death of his nephew Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, third Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty, (who was also possibly third Baronet of Royston), he may have assumed those Baronetcies, but opinions differ as to whether as "an attainted person" he may have inherited as fourth Baronet, clearly he did not make claim to.

            Of the eleven children of the Third Earl only two of the males survived him, and none of the sons had male descendants, eligible to assume the Nova Scotia Baronetcys, or later try to reclaim the title of Earl of Cromarty, though they would have had courtesy title till the 1746 attainder of their father the Earl as "Lord" or "Lady". Ten of the eleven children are identified;

            1. (2-1-1-4-1-1) Isabella Mackenzie, born 30 March, 1725 at Castle Leod near Strathpeffer, died 28 December, 1801, married 8 January, 1760 to George Murray, 6th Lord Elibank, an Admiral (he died 1785). She held the Cromarty Estates, including Coigach, from the death of her cousin Captain Kenneth Mackenzie 2 November, 1796, till her own death in 1801, being named in the 1798 Lochbroom Militia List as "Proprietor" of Coigach. The estates then passed to her daughter and son-in-law.
              Their two daughters;

              1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1) Maria Murray, born about 1768 at Dingwall, Ross-shire, died at Newhall, Scotland, she married 3 May, 1790 at Edinburgh, Scotland to the Honourable Edward Hay of Newhall, he assumed his wife's grandfather's surname, becoming known as Edward Hay-Mackenzie. There are at least 33 descendants traced from this couple, well recorded elsewhere, so for this chart I will only follow the line of descent to the presesnt Earl of Cromartie, with siblings of his ancestors.
                Their four children;

                1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-1) Isabella Hay-Mackenzie, christend 10 November, 1791 at Yester, East Lothian, married 1 November, 1817 to John Buckle.
                2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-2) Dorothea Hay-Mackenzie, born 1794 at Yester, East Lothian, died 22 May, 1820, married 2 July, 1813 to Sir David Hunter Blair, third Baronet (born 3 October, 1778).
                  They had three children;(13)

                  1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-2-1) James Hunter-Blair, born 22 March, 1817, was Lieutenant Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, and for sometime Member of Parliament for Ayrshire. He died in battle during the Crimean War, 5 November, 1854, during the Battle of Inkerman.
                  2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-2-2) Edward Hunter-Blair, fourth Baronet.
                  3. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-2-3) Maria Dorothea Hunter-Blair, died 24 December, 1890, married 15 January, 1839 to Sir Walter Elliot, K.C.S.I., of Wolflee (died 1 March, i887). They had issue.

                3. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-3) Georgina Ann Hay-Mackenzie, born 14 March, 1797 at Yester, East Lothian, died 11 March, 1895 at Portmore, Eddleston, Peeblesshire, married 4 August, 1821 to James Boyle-Carr, Fifth Earl of Glasgow.
                4. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4) John Hay-Mackenzie of Newhall and Cromarty, born 27 April, 1800, died 9 July, 1849, married 23 April, 1828 to Annie Gibson-Craig (daughter of Sir James Gibson-Craig, Baronet).
                  Their daughter;

                  1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1) Anne Hay-Mackenzie, Countess of Cromartie and Viscountess of Tarbat, born 21 April, 1829, died 25 November, 1888 at Stafford House, St. James's, London, England, married 27 June, 1849 at Cliefden House, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England to George Granville William Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Third Duke of Sutherland.
                    Their five children;

                    1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1-1) Florence Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, died 10 October, 1881 at Blankney, Lincolnshire, England, married 15 November, 1876 at Trentham, Staffordshire, England to Henry Chaplin, First Viscount Chaplin, with two children.
                    2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1-2) Alexandra Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, died 16 April, 1891, unmarried.
                    3. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1-3) George Granville Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Earl Gower, born 27 July, 1850, died 5 July, 1858.
                    4. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1-4) Cromartie Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Fourth Duke of Sutherland, born 20 July, 1851, died 27 June, 1913, married: 20 October, 1884 to Millicent Fanny St. Clair-Erskine, with four children.
                    5. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-1-5) Francis Mackenzie Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Second Earl of Cromartie, born 3 August, 1852 at Tarbat House, died 24 November, 1893 at Stafford House, St. James's, London, England, married 2 August, 1876 at Chapel Royal, St. James's, London to Lilian Janet Macdonald. He died without male issue, and the titles were held in abeyance till 1895.
                      Their two daughters;

                      1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1) Sibell Lilian Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Countess of Cromartie, born 14 August, 1878, died 20 May, 1962, married 16 December, 1899 in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, London, England to Edward Walter Blunt. At marriage they together took the hyphenated surname of "Blunt-Mackenzie". She was author of four novels!
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-1) Janet Frances Isobel Blunt-Mackenzie, born 24 November, 1900, died 19 December, 1900.
                        2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-2) Roderick Grant Francis Blunt-Mackenzie, Fourth Earl of Cromartie, born 24 October, 1904, died 13 December, 1989, married 11 March, 1933 to Dorothy Downing and divorced 1945.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-2-1) Lady Sibell Anne Julia Blunt-Mackenzie, born 1934, married twice with three children.
                          2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-2-2) Lady Gilean Frances Blunt-Mackenzie, born 1936, married with two children.

                          Roderick married secondly 1947 to Olga Laurence, and divorced 1962.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-2-3) John Ruaridh Grant Blunt-Mackenzie, born 1948, 5th Earl of Cromartie, he changed his surname to Mackenzie. Married twice, with three children.

                          Roderick married thirdly 1962 to Lilias Janet Garvie Macleod.

                        3. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-3) Walter Osra Blunt-Mackenzie, born 6 December, 1906, died 8 January, 1951, married firstly 21 March, 1934 to Pamela Leslie Ursula Oliver, divorced 1940 with no children. He married secondly 16 February, 1946 to Mary Hix with one child and four grandchildren.
                        4. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-1-4) Isobel Blunt-Mackenzie, born 22 March, 1911, married: 22 November, 1947 to Oscar Linda with no children noted.

                      2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-1-4-5-2) Constance Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, born 1882, died 24 November, 1932 at London, England, married May 1904 at Tain to Sir Edward Austin Stewart Richardson, Bart. She was noted as "an unconvential lady".

              2. (2-1-1-4-1-1-2) Isabella Murray, like her sister Maria she assumed the additional surname of Mackenzie.

            2. (2-1-1-4-1-2) John Mackenzie, Lord MacLeod, born 1727, died 2 April, 1789 without issue.

              He had a life long military career that began as the 18 year old aide to his father in the 1745 Rebellion, then decades of service in European armies, being rewarded with title as "Count Cromarty" by the King of Sweden. He married 4 June, 1786 to Marjory, eldest daughter of James, the 16th Lord Forbes, three years before his death.

              In return for his raising a Regiment for the British Army in 1778, and a payment of £19,000 for the debts accumulated during the management by the Commissioners of Forfeited Estates, the Cromarty Estate lands (including Coigach) were returned to him in 1784, though not the titles.

              On Lord Macleod's death his widow married John, fourth Duke of Atholl, the Estates went first to his cousin Captain Kenneth Mackenzie, then on Kenneth's death Lord MacLeod's older sister Isabella inherited the lands, and descendants of hers obtained new titles, including that of the current Earl of Cromartie.

              John MacKenzie, Lord MacLeod
              John MacKenzie, Lord MacLeod
              from the March 2004 Newsletter of
              Clan MacKenzie Canada

              His father was in 1763 heir to the Baronetcies of Tarbat, Grandvale, and possibly Royston, as fourth Baronet, but as then "an attainted person" it is not clear whether he could then inherit titles. If so, then John could have claimed title as fifth Baronet, though he did not attempt to. Those Baronetcies were entailed to "nearest heir male", so rather than have been passed to his sister would have gone directly to his cousin, Captain Kenneth Mackenzie.

            3. (2-1-1-4-1-3) William Mackenzie, born about 1729 at Castle Leod, died December 1736.
            4. (2-1-1-4-1-4) Mary Mackenzie, born about 1731, died 21 November, 1788 at sea, returning from England, she married 23 June, 1750 to Captain Robert Clarke, with at least one son well recorded, and probably a son "A. Mackenzie", and possibly a daughter Mary. Though not recorded, it looks clear Mary and Clarke (or "Clark") divorced, and she resumed surname of "Mackenzie", certainly their son though in some records noted as "alias Clark" used surname "Mackenzie".
              Son of Mary and Clark;

              1. (2-1-1-4-1-4-1) Jabez Mackenzie, born about 1751, died 5 March, 1833 at Bath, England.(14) Though in some records he is noted as "alias Clark" he used surname "Mackenzie" through his life. Details of his life are still sketchy, but looks to have married firstly to Henrietta Anne (?) who "died in Cawnpore, Bengal, on July 6, 1789", [about a month before Jabez's wedding to Judith Margaret Gordon].(15) A son of Jabez is noted, presumably from that first marriage;

                1. (2-1-1-4-1-4-1-1) John Gordon Mackenzie, born about 1778, likely in India where his father was then stationed.

                Jabez Mackenzie married secondly 1789 to Judith Margaret Gordon (died 22 September, 1839,(16) daughter of Sir William Gordon, 7th Baronet of Embo, Sutherland and Sarah Westfield)(17)

                Jabez had a distinguished military career in the British Army and later with the East India Company ("H.E.I.C."), retiring with rank as Lieutenant Colonel.(18)

              Mary married secondly 4 August, 1757 at Saint Anne Soho, Westminster, London, England to Thomas Drayton of South Carolina with one child noted;(19)

              1. (2-1-1-4-1-4-2) Thomas Drayton, born 17 October, 1759 at Crowsfield, South Carolina, died 2 May, 1801.

              Mary Mackenzie married thirdly 17 June, 1762 to John Ainslie, she after married fourthly to Henry Middleton, as his third wife. Henry was second President of the Continental Congress, one of his sons from a previous marriage was a Signer to the Declaration of Independance.

              Thought to be Henry Middleton,
              by Benjamin West, see

            5. (2-1-1-4-1-5) Anne Mackenzie, born about 1733 at Castle Leod, died 18 January, 1768 at Charleston, South Carolina.(20) She married firstly 1 May, 1760 to the Hon. Edmond Atkin (born at Exeter, England, died 8 October, 1761 at Congaree, South Carolina), Edmond was Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Southern America and President of the Council of South Carolina.

              Anne Mackenzie married secondly 16 February, 1764 to Dr.John Murray (born in Scotland, died 12 January, 1774) of Charlestown, he was a physician and pharmasist there

            6. (2-1-1-4-1-6) Jean Mackenzie, born about 1736 at Castle Leod.
            7. (2-1-1-4-1-7) Mary Caroline Mackenzie, born 6 May, 1736 at Castle Leod, died 3 October, 1791, married firstly 4 or 5 September, 1760 to Capt. William Drake,(21) with no children. She married secondly as a Widow 29 April, 1770 at Edinburgh to Walter Hunter of Polmood, Peebles County and Crailing, Roxburgh County (the wedding registration notes Capt. Drake had been "of Drakehall").
              Their two children;

              1. (2-1-1-4-1-7-1) Caroline Hunter, died 25 April, 1824, married 1 September 1799 to James Elliot, esq. jun. of Wollie. James was a Writer to the Signet (lawyer in Scotland).
              2. (2-1-1-4-1-7-2) Elizabeth Hunter, born 1777, died 11 October, 1830, married James, fourteenth Lord Forbes.

            8. (2-1-1-4-1-8) Margaret Mackenzie, born about 1738 at Castle Leod, died 29 March, 1773, married 21 March, 1769 to John Glassford of Douglastoun in the county of Dumbarton, a "Tobacco Lord".
            9. (2-1-1-4-1-9) George Mackenzie, born about 1741 at Castle Leod, died unmarried 4 June, 1787 at Scotland. He became Lieutenant Colonel of the Second Battalion of the 71st Regiment, "MacLeod's Highlanders", founded by his older brother.
            10. (2-1-1-4-1-10) Augusta Mackenzie, born 23 October, 1746, likely at London, England, where her father was held in the Tower, the sentence of beheading commuted when his pregnant wife pleaded with the King. She died 20 January, 1809, and married 6 March, 1770 to Sir William Murray, Fifth Baronet Of Auchtertyre.

              It was said of Augusta, she "bore on her neck the evident mark of an axe, which had been impressed there by the imagination of her mother, while labouring under the terrors of suspense on account of her unhappy lord."(22)

              Their five children;

              1. (2-1-1-4-1-10-1) Patrick Murray, Sixth Baronet Of Octertyre, born 3 February, 1771, died 1 June, 1837, married 13 December, 1794 to Anne Hope of Hopetoun.
              2. (2-1-1-4-1-10-2) George Murray
              3. (2-1-1-4-1-10-3) William Murray
              4. (2-1-1-4-1-10-4) Isabella Murray
              5. (2-1-1-4-1-10-5) Augusta Murray

          2. (2-1-1-4-2) Captain Roderick Mackenzie, died pre 1789, married twice, and had two children. A letter in 1754 by the Earl of Cromarty "severly blames" his brother Roderick for his capture in 1746, claiming he collected a thousand pound reward!(??)

            Roderick had two children (mother or mothers not yet identified);

            1. (2-1-1-4-2-1) Captain Kenneth Mackenzie of Cromarty, succeeded to the estates in 1789 on the death of his cousin, Lord Macleod, and died without legitimate issue male 2 or 4 November, 1796. He notes in a document dated a few months after his marriage in 1792 two "natural" children, the daughter then resident with him;(23)

              1. (2-1-1-4-2-1-1) Margaret Hale, born 31 January, 1778 at Greenwich, County of Kent.
              2. (2-1-1-4-2-1-2) Edward Kenneth Mackenzie, born 29 August, 1791 at Oxford Street, London.

              Captain Kenneth Mackenzie married 30 April, 1792 to Jane Petley (daughter of Charles Petley of Riverhead, Kent).
              Their daughter;

              1. (2-1-1-4-2-1-3) Mary Ann Mackenzie.

              Alexander Mackenzie in "History of the Mackenzies" noted of Captain Kenneth;

              "He was the last direct male heir, and on his death the representation of the family, carrying with it the dormant honours of Cromarty and Tarbat, went into the family of Ardloch. He was succeeded in the estates by Lord Macleod's eldest sister..."

              That sister, Isabella, the Dowager Lady Elibank, was ancestor to the current Earl of Cromartie, the estates could be inherited through her as a female, and later generations assuming the surname of Mackenzie, however, as Alexander pointed out the titles were to be passed to the nearest direct male relative, hence the "carrying the dormant honours" to the family of Ardloch.

            2. (2-1-1-4-2-2) (daughter) Mackenzie.

          3. (2-1-1-4-3) Lord William Mackenzie, though noted in the Victorian genealogies as died at sea, with no issue, apparently he went to the American colonies and had descent through two daughters to the present day.(24) A descendant notes in 1771 Captain William Mackenzie was Collector of Customs at Sunbury, Georgia, having arrived there 1746, also noted is his marriage to Christiana Cadwalader of Philadelphia.
          4. (2-1-1-4-4) Lord Patrick Mackenzie, married, no male issue.
          5. (2-1-1-4-5) Lord Gideon Mackenzie, died 1714 with no male issue.
          6. (2-1-1-4-6) Lady Mary Mackenzie, died unmarried May 1726.
          7. (2-1-1-4-7) Lady Anna Mackenzie, died unmarried 25 December, 1777.
          8. (2-1-1-4-8) Lady Helen Mackenzie, died young or unmarried.

          The Second Earl of Cromarty married thirdly, 11 November, 1716, as her third spouse, to Anne Fraser, daughter of Hugh, Xth Lord Lovat, with four more children. At their father's death in 1732 the children sued their half brother George, then third Earl of Cromarty, for their patrimony of £20,000;(25)

          1. (2-1-1-4-9) Lady AEmilia Mackenzie, died 19 January, 1801, married 22 September, 1740 to Archibald Lamont of Lamont, with issue two children and much descent.
          2. (2-1-1-4-10) Lord James Mackenzie, said to have died young. His Testament Dative was registered 1 October, 1748.
          3. (2-1-1-4-11) Lord Hugh Mackenzie, an officer in the Scotch Dutch military then in 1757 raised a company for the 77th Regiment, "Montgomery's Highlanders", "the eldest captain in that regiment in America".
          4. (2-1-1-4-12) Lord Norman Mackenzie, served as an officer in the Scotch Dutch military and perished at sea in 1751 going from Scotland to Holland with new recruits.

        5. (2-1-1-5) Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, died 13 September, 1728. On 29 April, 1704 he was created with his grandfather's patent of creation the "Baronet Grandvale and Cromarty of Nova Scotia" (his grandfather, Sir John Mackenzie, had been created "Baronet Tarbat of Nova Scotia" 1 May, 1628, and on his father becoming Earl in 1703 that Baronetcy was transferred to Kenneth, though renamed). He served as a Scottish and after union Great Britain Member of Parliament. Various children with his wife Anne Campbell (daughter of Sir Colin Campbell of Aberuchill, 1st Baronet, and Catherine Mackenzie), but no male heirs beyond a son, Sir George the second Baronet, who also succeded him as Member of Parliament, though is also noted as selling the namesake estate and town of Cromarty in 1741, and a third son, Kenneth, third Baronet, who succeeded in 1748 and died unmarried in 1763.

          "The Earls of Cromartie" by William Fraser(26) contains some details on following generations;

          1. (2-1-1-5-1) Sir George Mackenzie, second Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty, succeeded his father as a Member of Parliament for the County of Cromarty, died 20 May, 1748, he married Elizabeth Reid, daughter of Captain John Reid, of Greenwich, without issue.

            Bankrupt, in 1741 he sold the Cromarty estates to William Urquhart of Meldrum.

            1742 he was declared heir to his sister Margaret.

            Some sources say that upon death of his uncle Sir James Mackenzie, Baronet of Royston, Sir George inherited that baronetcy as well, becoming second Baronet of Royston. Regardless, on his death whatever titles he had were inherited by his brother, Sir Kenneth.

          2. (2-1-1-5-2) Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, born about 1658, third Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty (fifth to hold the Nova Scotia baronetcy), died 14 September, 1763. Possibly he was also third Baronet of Royston (see notes with his brother Sir George above). On his death the Baronetcy of Grandvale and Cromarty, as well possibly as that of "Royston" would have gone to his cousin the attainted third Earl of Cromartie who was in house arrest in England (see above). Sources differ as to whether the pardon received by the Earl would have prevented him assuming the honours, though regardless he chose not to.
          3. (2-1-1-5-3) Catherine Mackenzie, married firstly to James Callander of Craigforth, Scotland, an Advocate.
            Their son;

            1. (2-1-1-5-3-1) John Callander, born 1722, died 1789, married 1744 to Mary Livingston (daughter of Sir James Livingston, second Baronet of Glentirran). John was heir of his uncle Sir Kenneth Mackenzie's estate, but not of the title as Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty. There is a large descent of this couple well documented elsewhere.

            Catherine Mackenzie married secondly to Adam Murray of Polmaise Castle.

          4. (2-1-1-5-4) Margaret Mackenzie, died sometime previous to 12 August, 1742, when her brother Sir George Mackenzie was declared heir.

        6. (2-1-1-6) Sir James Mackenzie, born 1671, died 9 November, 1744.

          Created a Baronet by Queen Anne 8 February, 1704 as "Sir James Mackenzie, Baronet of Royston", and in 1710 a Lord of Session as "Lord Royston". Sources differ as to whether the Baronetcy became dormant on his death in 1744 without surviving male issue, or was transferred to his nephew Sir George, who was also the second Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty.

          He married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh (Elizabeth was married firstly to Sir Archibald Cockburn of Langton, with issue).

          Royston House from Fraser's `Earls of Cromartie'
          Royston House from Fraser's "Earls of Cromartie"

          Their three children;

          1. (2-1-1-6-1) George Mackenzie, born 18 October, 1708, died 15 May, 1744, married 20 January, 1743 to Isabella Stewart (daughter of Archibald Stewart), lived at Farnese, Scotland. George died before his father, "without male issue".
          2. (2-1-1-6-2) Anne Mackenzie, died 1741, married Sir William Dick of Prestonfield, Baronet (born 12 June, 1701 to William Cunningham and changed his surname to "Dick" in 1728 on succeeding to the Baronetcy of his maternal grandfather, he died 1746).(27) William was a Captain in the Third regiment of Foot-Guards, and fought in Spain. He was Deputy Governor of New York, where he held a large plantation. Anne and William had no issue-male.

            An 1825 book provides a sketch of Anne MacKenzie;(28)

            [Anne] is said to have inherited the wit of both her grandfathers, and a full share of the talent common to every member of her family ; but with all her abilities it does not appear that she possesed much discretion. She wrote many lampoons, which procured her more enemies than admirers, and of which the humour is tainted by a grossness and indecorum unpardonable in a lady.

            Yet the latter qualification seems to have been quite of a piece with her own character and eccentric habits ; for we have heard, that she used to dress herself occasionally in man's clothes, and go about the town in search of adventures.

            One of her frolics ended rather disgracefully, she and her maid being apprehended in their disguise, and lodged all night in the Town-Guard-House.

          3. (2-1-1-6-3) Elizabeth Mackenzie, married 13 January, 1725 to her first cousin Sir John Stewart, Third Baronet of Grandtully, with descent (see above at 2-1-1-3-2)

        7. (2-1-1-7) Lady Elizabeth Mackenzie, married Sir John Brown of Coalstown.
        8. (2-1-1-8) Lady Anne Mackenzie, died 21 October, 1740, married the Honourable John Sinclair, a Lord of Session, son of Lord Murkle the Eighth Earl of Caithness (John died 5 June, 1755).(29)

        Sir George Mackenzie, First Earl of Cromarty, married secondly to Margaret, Countess of Wemyss (died 11 March, 1705), with no children.

      2. (2-1-2) John Mackenzie, died young.
      3. (2-1-3) Sir Roderick Mackenzie, died 4 January, 1712. He was a Member of Parliament, Sheriff of Ross, and a law lord as "Lord Prestonhall". As noted above, Sir Roderick purchased at some unspecified date "under reversion" much of Coigach, with his father and later his older brother Sir George as "Superior", that eldest brother was also noted as "Proprietor". In 1681 Sir Roderick sold his interests in Coigach to his younger brother, Alexander Mackenzie of Ardloch.

        He married firstly 28 April, 1674 to Mary Burnet (daughter of Alexander Burnet, Archbishop of St. Andrews, she died before 4 January, 1700)
        Their four children;

        1. (2-1-3-1) Alexander Mackenzie, born about 1683, married in 1702 to Amelia Fraser, Baroness Lovat (born about 1683 as daughter to Hugh Fraser, 9th Lord Fraser of Lovat, she died 3 June, 1755), and was styled early as "Mackenzie of Preston Hall", but after marriage as "Fraser of Fraserdale". The situation was a bit complex, and is described in the webfile at as;

          "Amelia Fraser of Lovat, assumed the title of Lady Lovat at her father's death and was supported in this by the judgement of the Court of Session 2 December, 1702 against her cousin Simon Fraser, the heir male. She married 1702 Alexander Mackenzie of Prestonhall (a Lord of Session as Lord Prestonhall) who adopted the name and designation of Fraser of Fraserdale and died 3 June, 1755 aged 72. She continued to possess the estates until the Rising of 1715, when her husband was attainted and his life-rent interest in the estate forfeited. In 1730 she was deprived of her peerage title of Lady Fraser of Lovat by a decree of reduction in the Court of Session brought at the instance of the heir male. Her right to the reversion of the estates was not judicially tried but she settled for a money payment. She died 22 August, 1763"

          They had at least one child;

          1. (2-1-3-1-1) Hugh Fraser, "Lord Lovat", born about 1703, died 9 November, 1770, married Amelia Fothringham (daughter of Thomas Fothringham of Powrie, she died 31 May, 1758).
            Their two children;

            1. (2-1-3-1-1-1) Amelia Fraser, died 31 May, 1758.
            2. (2-1-3-1-1-2) Katherine Fraser, died before 4 June, 1796 (her will was probated then), married 31 December, 1781 at Edinburgh to David Brown, a watchmaker there.(30)

        2. (2-1-3-2) Elizabeth Mackenzie, christened 9 August, 1675.
        3. (2-1-3-3) John Mackenzie, christened 27 July, 1678.
        4. (2-1-3-4) George Mackenzie, christened 25 January, 1681.

        Lord Prestonhall married secondly to Margaret Halyburton (daughter of James Halyburton of Pitcur, she died January 1713)

      4. (2-1-4) Sir Alexander Mackenzie, I of Ardloch and Kinellan, born 1652 (his elder brother noted as born 22 years earlier, 1630, and his second eldest son born 12 years later, 1664, so this birth year likely wrong, one genealogy database on the internet suggests birth year 1642, but source of that data not given).

        Location of "Ardloch" is uncertain, but Loch Kinellan in Contin Parish close to Strathpeffer was an ancient Mackenzie possession, with a crannog on an artificial island, and possibly "Ardloch" referred to the area at the north-east of the loch, noted in Ordnance Survey maps as "An t-Ord".

        Old postcard of Loch Kinellan

        11 March, 1725 his son John "now of Ardloch" was declared heir.(31) Noted as "of Ardloch" from at least 1676.(32) He married 1675 to Barbara, daughter of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, VI of Gairloch (Widow, or "Relict" of Fraser of Kinneries). "History of the Mackenzies" notes of Alexander "whose representatives became heirs male to the Cromarty titles".

        27 March, 1681 Sir Alexander purchased from his brother Roderick (later "Sir Roderick Mackenzie, Lord Prestonhall", see above), his interests in Coigach, described above as a "double infeftment", with both Roderick and his oldest brother, Sir George Mackenzie of Tarbat as "Superiors", (and Sir George noted as "Proprietor"). Though Ardloch was his primary possesion, and place the family became styled as "of", at some point he settled at Achnahaird in Coigach, where the family remained until 1726, when they moved to Ledbeg in neighbouring Assynt Parish(2)

          photo courtesy of Albert Amgar, see his blog at;

          The house has been rebuilt several times,
          the cows in Alexander's time were black.

        The seven children of Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Barbara Mackenzie;

        1. (2-1-4-1) Roderick Mackenzie, died young.
        2. (2-1-4-2) John Mackenzie, II of Ardloch, born 1664, his son Alexander noted in 1733 as "younger of Ardloch",(33) so died sometime after that and before the 6 April, 1737 apprenticeship of his son Roderick.(34) Lived at Achnahaird in Coigach till about 1725 when the family moved to Ledbeg in neighbouring Assynt Parish, he married 1691 to Sibella, or "Sibley" Mackenzie, (born 1671, daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, I of Dundonnell). Sibella was sister to the wife of John's brother, James of Keppoch.
          They had at least six children;

          1. (2-1-4-2-1) Alexander Mackenzie, III of Ardloch, born 1692, probably at Achnahaird in Coigach, died 21 May, 1778.(35) He married 16 September, 1732 (marriage contract) to Margaret Sutherland (daughter of Robert Sutherland styled in the marriage document as "the Dewaft Captain Robert Sutherland of Langwell", later styled as "of Achastle", later "of Achinarras", and Esther Sutherland of Langwell, Caithness). He served as the Factor of Assynt for the Earl of Sutherland, and presumably lived at the family home at Ledbeg, Assynt.

            Ledbeg House and River, photos courtesy of descendant Julie MacKenzie

            Their ten identified children (several daughters not yet known);

            1. (2-1-4-2-1-1) Frances Mackenzie, noted in a sasine(36) as having been married to Simon Mackenzie of Kildonan (her first cousin, once removed, see below at 2-1-4-3-4), then later to George Mackenzie, tacksman of Scoraig.
              Frances and Simon had at least five children(37);

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-1-1) James Mackenzie, though noted in "History of the Mackenzies" as "died young, predeceased his father, he is first of five children of Frances and Simon noted in a 1765 summons. As his brother held Kildonan in 1775 he likely died 1765-1775.
              2. (2-1-4-2-1-1-2) Alexander Mackenzie, his grandmother held Kildonan in life-rent, his mother held Scoraig, so it is not surprizing this Alexander sold off the family lands in 1775 to Mackenzie of Dundonnel.
              3. (2-1-4-2-1-1-3) Simon Mackenzie, no record, other than named in a summons against mother and siblings in 1765.
              4. (2-1-4-2-1-1-4) Katherine Mackenzie, no record, other than named in a summons against mother and siblings in 1765.
              5. (2-1-4-2-1-1-5) Janet Mackenzie, no record, other than named in a summons against mother and siblings in 1765.

            2. (2-1-4-2-1-2) James Mackenzie, IV of Ardloch, born 1740, likely at Ledbeg in Assynt, killed in action at the battle of Perambaucum in India on 28 August, 1781. He entered the Army 7 May, 1757 as a 17 year old Ensign in the 78th Regiment of Foot, and rose to become a Major, being slightly wounded 13 September, 1759 in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham at Quebec, when Britain defeated France, winning the North American French colonies.(38) He married a daughter of Mackenzie of Fairburn, with one as yet unidentified son, who predeceased him.
            3. (2-1-4-2-1-3) Robert Mackenzie of Milnmount, V of Ardloch (noted on his memorial stone as "of Royston"), born 1743, died 26 April, 1809 and buried at Kilmuir Easter. He served as Colonel of the Honourable East India Company Service ("H.E.I.C.S.") Regiment and married firstly 1 April, 1780 to Harriet Ann Mackenzie (a daughter of Doctor Alexander Mackenzie of Bayfield), with no sons (daughters if any not noted).

              In his 26 November, 1802 "Disposition and Deed of Settlement"(39) Robert acknowledges three "natural sons", and two "natural daughters" (sons noted first, though the daughters might be higher in birth order);

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-1) Robert Mackenzie, "Lieutenant in the Mahratta Service".
              2. (2-1-4-2-1-3-2) Murdoch Mackenzie, "Son of Katharine McLeod in Assynt in the County of Sutherland".
              3. (2-1-4-2-1-3-3) Hume Mackenzie, died 27 April, 1814 in India.(40) "Lieutenant in the Service of the Honourable East India Company on the Madras Establishment".
              4. (2-1-4-2-1-3-4) Frances Mackenzie, before 1802 she was married to a Mr. Gunn.
              5. (2-1-4-2-1-3-5) Maria Mackenzie, before 1802 she was married to a Mr. MacAulay.

              Robert married secondly 15 April, 1801 to Katharine Sutherland (daughter of Colonel James Sutherland of Uppat and Elizabeth Baillie of Clyne, she died 19 April, 1837 at her home on Princes Street, in Edinburgh).
              Their children;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-6) Sir Alexander Mackenzie, Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty, born 16 May, 1802 at Edinburgh, christened 1802 there, died unmarried 28 April, 1841 at Calcutta, India, and buried there at Old Circular Road Cemetery. He served as Lieutenant-Colonel of the Honourable East India Company Service ("H.E.I.C.S.") Regiment.

                "History of the Mackenzies" notes 30 October, 1826 Alexander "assumed the dormant Baronetcies of Tarbat and Royston, as heir male collateral of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, brother of John, second Earl of Cromarty. On the 17th of August at Tain, in the same year, he was served nearest and lawful heir male to George, first Earl of Cromarty". Some sources say the Baronetcies became extinct in 1763 when the male heir was the attainted third Earl of Cromartie. Regardless, Alexander and later his brother James were referred to by themselves and their relatives with title as "Sir".

              2. (2-1-4-2-1-3-7) Elizabeth Baillie Mackenzie, born 16 June, 1803 at Edinburgh, married Lieutenant Ewan Baillie Sutherland of the Royal Navy, who died 1830 predeceasing their only child;

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-7-1) Evina Baillie Sutherland, born 20 January, 1831, in Kilmuir Easter Parish, Ross and Cromarty.

              3. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8) Margaret Sutherland Mackenzie, born 16 August, 1804, married 5 August, 1835 at Nigg to Rev. James Hendry Hughes, Chaplain of the Honourable East India Company Service ("H.E.I.C.S.") Regiment, Bombay.
                Their four children;(41)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-1) Henry Erskine Mackenzie Hughes, born 19 July, 1839, died 1896 at Clackmannan, Dollar, he served as priest to the Scottish Episcopal Church at Nairn from 1880 to 1895.(42)
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-2) Elizabeth Mary Mackenzie Hughes, born 17 November, 1840. Further details, including descent to the current day, is shown in the source shown in above footnote.
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3) Margaret Alexandra Mackenzie Hughes, born 25 September, 1843, died 8 January, 1922 at "Aspley Guise Fleet Hampshire", married 19 August, 1862 to Frederick Prescott Forteath(43) (born 2 August, 1833 to Alexander Forteath and Clementina Robertson, died 6 May, 1907). Frederick was a Colonel, Laird of Newton, and Govenor of Aden.
                  Their seven children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-1) Lt. Col. Frederick William Hughes Forteath, grandfather of Miranda Gavin. He was in the Indian Army.
                    They had at least one child;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-1-1) Ivy Freda Elgin Forteath, married 6 October, 1914 to Major Geoffrey Seton Gordon (born 2 November, 1880 to Colonel Charles Vincent Gordon and Francis Edith Olliver, died 25 September, 1925), they were later divorced.
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-1-1-1) Robin Olliver Gordon, born 28 July, 1915, died 13 October, 1967.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-1-1-2) Douglas Martyn Gordon, born 9 August, 1917.

                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-2) Henry Hughes Forteath, the 1901 English census notes him as then at London, 30 years of age, born at "Aden, Arabia".
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-3) George Newton Forteath
                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-4) Alister Mackenzie Forteath, married Edna Roberts (daughter of Edmund Roberts and Jessie MacDonald).
                    They had at least one child;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-4-1) Iris M. Forteath, born Birkenhead 1916.

                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-5) Laura Charlotte Forteath
                  6. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-6) Mary Forteath
                  7. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-7) Florence Edith Forteath

                4. (2-1-4-2-1-3-8-4) Alexander Mackenzie Hughes, born 4 November, 1845, died in the U.S.A. The 1880 U.S. census includes at Edgewater, Richmond (Staten Island), New York City a 34 year old "Alex. M. Hughes" and 33 year old wife Harriette, both born in England.

              4. (2-1-4-2-1-3-9) Sir James Sutherland Mackenzie, born 21 July, 1805, Baronet of Grandvale and Cromarty, from 1843 he was inmate of lunatic asylums, and died 14 November, 1858 at Kensington Asylum, London, England, without issue. "On the death of Sir James the Baronetcies and other dignities of the Cromarty family reverted to his cousin, the late John Mackenzie, Lochinver, [see below at 2-1-4-2-1-4-10] son of Kenneth Mackenzie, Ledbeg, Assynt, who, however, never assumed the titles".

            4. (2-1-4-2-1-4) Kenneth Mackenzie, born about 1745, died 28 January, 1814 at Ledbeg, Assynt.(44) Though normally referred to as "of Ledbeg" is in his death notice and in papers lodged in the Coigach Salmon Case of the 1860s(45) noted as "Mr. Kenneth MacKenzie Ardloch", in arrears in 1803 of £14 for the "Salmon Fishing of Lochbroom and Coigach due Martinmass last, £14". He seemed to be having trouble, and is noted in 1809 as £28 in arrears, and in 1810 as £56. By December 1814 Tack of the Salmon Fishing went to John Landles for five years.

              Kenneth married firstly to a daughter of Mackenzie of Elphin, a handwritten addition to Sheet Number 1 of the Findon Tables notes they had nine children, four unidentified sons who died without issue, four unidentified daughters, and a ninth child, "Jessie" married to "Reverand J. Kennedy, Redcastle". History of the Mackenzies identifies the four sons, birth order by those Victorian sources listed sons before daughters, so what follows might be inexact;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-1) Captain Alexander Mackenzie, died February 1816, unmarried. He was a Captain of the 93rd Regiment.
              2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-2) Captain Kenneth Mackenzie, died 1831, unmarried. He was a Captain of the 14th Regiment.
              3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-3) Roderick Mackenzie, died 1832, unmarried.
              4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-4) John Mackenzie, died January 1832 with no issue, married Marie Georgina Thomson (daughter of Rev. J. Thomson). Most likely this is the marriage noted in the Lochbroom Parish Register 10 December, 1817 as "John McKenzie Esqr from the West Indies to Miss Georgina Thomson Leckmelm".

              There were four unidentified daughters to Kenneth Mackenzie and the daughter of Mackenzie of Elphin noted, then their ninth child, Jessie, the marriage year of Isobel suggests she was an older sister of Jessie, so one of the four previously unidentified daughters;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8) Isobel Mackenzie, married 28 July, 1801 at Assynt to Lieutenant Alexander Mackenzie (son of Murdoch Mackenzie of Stronchrubie in Assynt). It is interesting that Alexander's sister Sibbla married in 1792 to Isobel's uncle Alexander, see below at 2-1-4-2-1-10.
                Isobel and Lieut. Alexander had six children;(46)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-1) John Mackenzie, born 8 April, 1803.
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-2) Kenneth Mackenzie, born 26 November, 1804.
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3) Anne Mackenzie, born 13 July, 1805 at Assynt, Scotland, died 21 October, 1855 at Richmond, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, and buried there at St. Andrews Cemetery. She married 7 March, 1828 at Lochbroom to her distant cousin (third, once removed), Roderick Mackenzie, of the Langwell Mackenzie family (born 1800 in Langwell to Thomas Mackenzie of Langwell and Catherine Robertson, died 1858 at Richmond, and buried there at St. Andrews Cemetery). Roderick is in this chart below at 2-1-4-3-3-1-3.

                  Reverse side of 1954 series Canadian two dollar bill, "Countryside at Richmond, Quebec"

                  Their eleven children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-1) Thomas Mackenzie, born 21 January, 1829 at Stronchrubie, Assynt, died 1870.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-2) Alexandrina MacLeod Mackenzie, born 15 October, 1830 at Stronchrubie, Assynt, died 15 August, 1855 at "Menisota, Canada".(47) Kathy Hunter notes; "According to Marie's letter she married a mackenzie, went to Hopkins, Minesota to live and died three months later. Left a little girl, Ann, raised by friends." She married (?) Mackenzie, with at least one child;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-2-1) Ann Mackenzie.

                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-3) Catherine Mackenzie, born 27 July, 1832 at Achmelmarrie, the farm that borders Langwell, died 1850. She married another Mackenzie at Richmond, Quebec (a distant cousin?), died young but left a child;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-3-1) (daughter) Mackenzie, born late 1840s.

                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-4) Isabella Mackenzie, born 9 July, 1834 at Achmelmarrie, the farm that borders Langwell, married Charles Robertson, reportedly a cousin of Gladstone, the British Prime Minister. Charles died by the 1880s so Isabella went to live with brother Kenneth. I wonder if there is some confusion between Isabella and her distant cousin Sibbla (below at 2-1-4-3-3-1-1-11), born same year, and also noted as married a Charles Robertson.
                    Their son noted as;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-4-1) Charles Robertson, presumably born in Canada.

                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5) James Mackenzie, born 6 July, 1836 at Ullapool, Lochbroom, died 14 February, 1909 at Summerville, Oregon, married Isabella Ross (born 5 December, 1836, died 13 January, 1928).
                    Their two children;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1) Anne Jane Mackenzie, born 22 November, 1876 in Ontario, Canada, married Frank McKinnis (born 8 April, 1875).
                      Their seven children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1) James Ralph McKinnis, born 7 September, 1899 at Summerville, Oregon, married Hazel Gowey (born about 1904 in Oregon) with five children. The 1940 census at Middle Precinct, Grant County, Oregon, notes James was a building carpenter, and the family lived same place in 1935.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1-1) Myron Charles McKinnis, born 31 May, 1921 at Imbler, Oregon.
                        2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1-2) Harold Clinton McKinnis, born June 1923 at Summerville, Oregon.
                        3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1-3) Wayne Leroy McKinnis, born 23 October 1926 at Summerville, Oregon.
                        4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1-4) Maurice L. McKinnis, born 1934.
                        5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-1-5) Shirley A. McKinnis, born 1936.

                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-2) Vina Lucille McKinnis, born 17 December, 1901 at Summerville, Oregon, noted as still alive 1992, married Clement Thatcher.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-2-1) Francis Dale Thatcher, born 25 July, 1928 at Huntington, California.

                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-3) Cecil Ross McKinnis, born 4 February, 1903 at Summerville, Oregon, married Georgia Marshall.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-3-1) John Phillip McKinnis, born 31 August, 1922 at Imbler, Oregon.
                        2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-3-2) (daughter) McKinnis, details redacted as living.

                      4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-4) John Henry McKinnis, born 14 September, 1906 at Summerville, Oregon, married Velma Conklin.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-4-1) Elva Jeanne McKinnis, born 13 February, 1928 at Imbler, Oregon.
                        2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-4-2) (son) McKinnis, details redacted as living.

                      5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-5) Frances Anita McKinnis, born 31 January, 1909 at Summerville, Oregon, married Charles E. Chase (born about 1904 in State of Washington). In the 1940 census they are at Tulare, San Joaquin, Calfornia where Charles was Superintendant of a Gravel (sp?) Mill.
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-5-1) Charles E. Chase, born about October 1939 in California (six months old at census 1 April, 1940)

                      6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-6) Catherine Isabelle McKinnis, born 2 April, 1912 at Summerville, Oregon, married Maurice Gordon Willett (born 31 August, 1909 to Arch Willett and Margaret Grace Mackenzie). Maurice was a second cousin of Catherine, see below at 2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-7-4-1.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-6-1) (son) Willett, details redacted as living.

                      7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-7) William Keith McKinnis, born 17 April, 1916 at Summerville, Oregon, married Betty Oliver, with one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-1-7-1) (daughter) McKinnis, details redacted as living.

                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2) David Ross Mackenzie, born 2 January, 1878 in Ontario, Canada, died 1962, ran a general store at Summerville, Oregon. He married firstly to Margaret, surname not known, with three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-1) Melba Mackenzie.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-2) Kenneth Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-3) Archie Mackenzie.

                      David Ross Mackenzie married secondly to Dorothy Elizabeth Beem (born 11 February, 1900), their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-4) Lucille May Mackenzie, born 12 April, 1922.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-5) Laroy Donald Mackenzie, born January, 1923, died 1932 or 1933 at Portland, Oregon.
                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-6) Dorothy Ellen Mackenzie, born 20 July, 1925.
                      4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-5-2-7) Donna Mackenzie, married (?) Parton, further details redacted as living, other than to note two daughters and a son.

                  6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-6) John Mackenzie, born 25 August, 1838 at Shipton, Quebec, christened 17 October, 1838 at Melbourne, Quebec, died sometime 1850 to 1860.
                  7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7) Simon Langwell Mackenzie, born 7 March, 1841 at Shipton, Quebec, christened 29 July, 1841 at Melbourne, Quebec, died 17 January, 1922 at Lostine, Wallowa City, Oregon,

                    Ella and Simon, photos thought to date from their 1880 wedding
                    Courtesy of Kathy Hunter

                    married 26 August, 1880 at Summerville, Oregon to Amy Ella Williams (born 18 November, 1863 at Virginia City, Lazzen, Nevada to James Williams and Helen M. Conkey, died 1949 at Lostine). Kathy Hunter notes Simon was "said to speak seven languages and had attended medical school but dropped out before he got a degree. Later he became a pharmacist", and of Ella; "she was some twenty years younger than Simon and forced to marry him because had fallen for somebody unsuitable", and; "the relationship of Ella and Simon was described as father to daughter. She grieved all her life for the lost love, especially at the end of it when she burned her poems".
                    Their eight children;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-1) Charles James Mackenzie, born 23 July, 1881, died 24 August, 1887 at Summerville, Oregon.
                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-2) Kenneth Williams Mackenzie, born 16 April, 1883 at Summerville, Oregon, died 1971 at Portland, Oregon, married 6 October, 1908 at Ilo, Nez Perce County, Idaho, to Carrie G. Jarnagin (born 29 December, 1883 in Iowa to George Anderson Jarnagin and Harriet Sofia Marie McClaran). Kenneth was a pharmasist at Portland.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-2-1) Harold Wayne Mackenzie, born 18 October, 1912 at Wallowa, Wallowa County, Oregon, died 16 August, 1985 at Vancouver, Washington and buried at Wallowa Lake, Oregon. He married 27 December, 1938 at Wallowa to Ruthann Breitmayer (born 5 July, 1912 at Jackson, Michigan).

                        Details on descent redacted as still living.

                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-2-2) Constance Mackenzie, born 29 August 1910, died 1980, details on descent redacted as still living.
                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-2-3) Kenneth Frederick Mackenzie, born 14 April, 1923, died 1966 at Portland, Oregon.

                    3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-3) John Simon Mackenzie, born 1 July, 1886, died 1979 and buried at Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon. "A storyteller -- ran the phone exchange with his mother. He was in the Army in WW1".
                    4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-4) Margaret Grace Mackenzie, born 20 December, 1887, married Arch Willett with two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-4-1) Maurice Gordon "Bud" Willett, born 31 August, 1909, married Catherine Isabelle McKinnis (born 2 April, 1912 at Summerville, Oregon). Catherine was a second cousin of Maurice, see above at 2-1-4-2-1-3-8-3-5-1-6.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-4-2) Carrie Anita Willett, born 7 December, 1910 at Lostine, Oregon, married Jack Reed, details on descent redacted as still living, other than to note a daughter married (?) Caudle.

                    5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-5) Bethel Mackenzie, born 17 August, 1889., married Challis Allen.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-5-1) Challis Virgil Allen, born 14 July, 1915 at Milton, married Altha Panther, Kathy Hunter has a question mark after Altha's surname.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-5-2) Helene Winifred Allen, born 4 December, 1917 at Lostine, married Jack O'Connor.
                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-5-3) Richard James Allen, born 9 December, 1925 at Wallowa, did not marry.
                      4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-5-4) Mary Louise Allen, born 24 November, 1928, married (?) Lovett.

                    6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-6) Robert Roderick Mackenzie, born 26 April, 1893, died 26 January, 1939 and buried at Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon, married Ada Matthews. An inventor in Massachusetts, invented Bakelite.
                    7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7) Frances Mackenzie, born 24 April, 1897, died 12 April, 1977 and buried at Enterprise, Oregon with her husband.(48) She married Asa Paul Craig (born 28 September, 1891 to George Samuel Craig and Sarah Bell Dishman, died 15 July, 1974).
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-1) Robert Raymond Craig, born 17 August, 1921 at Enterprise, Oregon, died 1922.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2) Joyce Elizabeth Craig, born 15 June, 1923 at Enterprise, Oregon, married firstly to Raymond Wiley, with one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2-1) Robert Wiley, born 19 November, 1924 (date must be wrong).

                        Joyce Elizabeth Craig divorced Robert Wiley and married secondly to Vernon C. McFetridge (also later divorced).
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2-2) (daughter) McFetridge, details on descent redacted as still living.
                        2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2-3) (daughter) McFetridge, details on descent redacted as still living.
                        3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2-4) (son) McFetridge, details on descent redacted as still living.
                        4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-2-5) (daughter) McFetridge, details on descent redacted as still living.

                      3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-7-3) Kenneth Craig, born 30 May, 1927 at Enterprise, Oregon, married firstly to (?) Binsfield, details redacted as still living, other than to note a daughter. Kenneth married secondly to (?) Herman, details redacted as still living, other than to note two daughters.

                    8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-8) Thomas Theodore Mackenzie, born 15 May, 1902 at Lostine, Oregon, died 15 February, 1983 at Bend, Oregon, married 1 August, 1926 at Hood River, Oregon to Amanda Barbara Tudor (born 6 June, 1905 at Colorado Springs, Colorado to Ezra Amos Tudor and Ida Jane Gilligan).
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-8-1) Thomas Ralph Mackenzie, born 10 August, 1927 at Roseburg, Oregon.
                      2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-8-2) Robert Paul Mackenzie, born 29 December, 1927.

                  8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-8) Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie, born 19 July, 1843 at Shipton, Quebec, married firstly 1874 to Margaret "Maggie" Mackenzie (born July 1847, died 1927). Maggie is in this chart below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-11. This family is in the 1911 census at Melbourne, Quebec. Kenneth's younger sister, Ann Jane Mackenzie, was wife of Maggie's brother James.
                    The three children of Kenneth Alexander and Maggie were;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-8-1) Thomas Roderick Mackenzie, born 1878, died 1966, married sometime after his 1915 induction into the Canadian Army to Lucy Caldwell (born 1880, died 1956). He served as an Officer in WW1, and in WW2 as Lieut. Colonel of the Sherbrooke Regiment. He was awarded an O.B.E.

                      He, his wife, and his two sisters are memorialized on the same stone at Saint Andrews Cemetery, Melbourne, Richmond County, Quebec.

                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-8-2) Catherine Florence "Flossie" Mackenzie, born November 1883, died 1979. She and her cousin Marie (below at 2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-7) visited Scotland, seeing Tain where their grandfather had studied, Ullapool, and Langwell.
                    3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-8-3) Kenneth A. Mackenzie, born April 1887, died 1923.

                    Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie married a second time, the wife not yet identified.

                  9. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9) Ann Jane Mackenzie, born 19 November, 1845 at Shipton, Richmond County, Quebec, married 4 September, 1874 at Richmond, Quebec to James Mackenzie (born 18 January, 1845 to Kenneth Mackenzie and Catherine Fraser). James is in this chart below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-10. A 1965 letter from daughter Marie Elizabeth to her first cousin Kenneth Mackenzie in Oregon says Ann Jane Mackenzie was 88 years old at death,(49) so presumably died about 1957.

                    Ann Jane's brother Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie married James's sister Margaret.(50)

                    Ann Jane and James had at least eight children;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-1) Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie, born 1874, died 1878.
                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-2) Catherine Ann Mackenzie, born 25 April, 1877, died 1954, married Neil MacMillan (born March 1863). They are together with no children in the 1911 census at Lochiel, Glengarry County, Ontario.
                    3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-3) Margaret Ellen "Maggie" Mackenzie, born 4 June, 1879, died 1966, married Duncan MacMillan with four children.
                    4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-4) Donald Henry Mackenzie, born 6 April, 1880. Sonia MacKenzie notes "no living issue".
                    5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-5) Charles Thomas "Charlie" Mackenzie, born 28 January, 1883. His death is noted by Kathy Hunter as 1910, she also notes;

                      "Interesting story on Charles T, son of James, who died at 28. He was having a well dug on his land. The workers said there were fumes in the bottom and quit work. He wouldn't believe it, had them lower him down "against the wishes of the workmen" and...oops!"

                    6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-6) Janet Fraser Mackenzie, born 22 April, 1883 (three months after birth of her brother Charlie?! Likely there is a birth year mistranscribed.) She married (?) Parkes (he died 4 December, 1964). Sonia MacKenzie and Kathy Hunter note her birth year as 1884 which makes more sense.
                    7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-7) Marie Elizabeth Mackenzie, born 14 February, 1886, died 1978. In 1965 she sent a newsy letter with some genealogy information to her first cousin, Kenneth Williams McKenzie in Wallowa, Oregon (above at 2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-7-2), she was then living at Glen Sandfield, Ontario.(49)
                    8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-9-8) Jemina Alexandra "Mina" Mackenzie, born 27 June, 1889, died 1967, she married John McLatchie.

                  10. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-10) Margaret Macaulay Mackenzie, born 10 June, 1849.
                  11. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-11) Alexander McLeod Mackenzie, born 5 July, 1852 at Shipton, Quebec.

                4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-4) Annabella Mackenzie, born 28 July, 1807.
                5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-5) Murdoch Mackenzie, born 11 August, 1809.
                6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-8-6) Alexander Mackenzie, born 15 March, 1811.

              2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9) Jessie Mackenzie, born 1780, died 2 February, 1869 in Urray Parish, married 1808 to the Rev. John Kennedy, assistant minister at Assynt from 1806 to 1813, when he moved to Redcastle in Killearnan Parish, Ross and Cromarty (born about 1771 to Donald Kennedy, a farmer at Kissel, Kishorn, Lochcarron, and Mary Matheson, died 10 January, 1841).
                Their nine children;(51)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-1) Ann Kennedy, born 15 May, 1809, likely at Assynt (noted in the 1841 census as not born in Ross and Cromarty).
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2) Mary Kennedy, born 7 May, 1810, died 1 September, 1885, married 23 April, 1840 to James Macdonald, Minister of Urray (born 1 October, 1804 to Donald Macdonald, Minister of Urray, and Anne Macdonald, died 14 February, 1882).
                  Their five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2-1) John Kennedy Macdonald, born 11 January, 1841.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2-2) Donald Macdonald, born 13 June, 1842.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2-3) Janet Macdonald, died 17 May, 1917.
                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2-4) Kenneth Mackenzie Macdonald, born 1847, died 8 December, 1923.
                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-2-5) Thomas Alexander Mackenzie Macdonald, birth and death dates and so birth order with siblings not known, recorded on his parents memorial stone in the Old Urray burial ground as died at five years of age.(52)

                3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-3) Margaret Jess Kennedy, 1 January, 1812, likely at Assynt (noted in the 1841 census as not born in Ross and Cromarty).
                4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4) Rev. Donald Kennedy, born 3 March, 1813 in Assynt Parish, died 23 May, 1871 at Killearnan, he succeeded his father as Minister of Killearnan, and brought the congregation into the new Free Church upon the disruption of 1843. He married 16 June, 1852 at Killearnan to Caroline Isabella MacDonald (daughter of Dr George Macdonald and Margaret Crawford of Cromarty, she died 22 November, 1893).(53)
                  Their six children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-1) Margaret Kennedy, born 22 April, 1853.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-2) Jessie Kennedy, born 1 July, 1854.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-3) Isabella Caroline Kennedy, born 3 June, 1856 at Killearnan.
                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-4) John Kennedy, born 10 September, 1858 at Killearnan. Noted in 1917 Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae(51) as "in Australia".
                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-5) Georgina Kennedy, born 4 October, 5 October, 1860 at Killearnan.
                  6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-4-6) Mary Anne Bartlett Kennedy, born 2 February, 1863 at Killearnan.

                5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-5) Kenneth H. K. Kennedy, born 26 May, 1815 in Killearnan Parish, died 1861, with his mother and brother Donald in the 1851 census at Killearnan. He had an M.A. from King's College, and served as medical officer for Killearnan and Knockbain.
                6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6) Alexander Mackenzie Kennedy, born 5 August, 1817, died 23 September 1897, emigrated to New Zealand in 1837, married there 1844 to Elizabeth Sayer (christened 18 February, 1818 at Rothesay, Isle of Bute to Archibald Sayer and Margaret Boyle, died 7 February, 1897 at her daughter's residence, Waharoa, N.Z. Her death notice mentions she immigrated to N.Z. in 1842 aboard the Jane Gifford).(54)
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-1) Alexander Kennedy, born 23 November, 1849 at Russell, Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-2) Jannett Kennedy, born 21 July, 1851 at New Zealand.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-3) Mary Anne Kennedy, born 11 February, 1853 at New Zealand, died 24 July, 1933 at Sydney, Australia, married 16 November, 1874 in Wellington, N.Z. to Charles Cording (son of Edmund Herne Cording Jr and Sophia Penny of England). Emma Rayner notes Mary and Charles had twelve children, eight born in New Zealand and four in Australia. One of those children noted in David Warncken's database;(55)

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-3-1) Leslie Joseph Cording, born 1888 at Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia, died 1940 at Marrickville, married 1914 at Sydney to Clara Olive McGrath (born 1891 at Lithgow, New South Wales, to Peter McGrath and Sarah J O'Neill, died 1963 at Wyong, New South Wales).

                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-4) Elizabeth Jane Kennedy, born 1856 at New Zealand, died 1908, married in 1886 to James Ross, J.P., of Nova Scotia.
                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-6-5) Ann Kennedy, born 1 May 1860 at New Zealand.

                7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7) Rev. John Kennedy, D.D., born 15 August, 1819, died 28 April, 1884 at Bridge of Allan.

                  Noted as fourth son of his father, he died 28 April, 1884 at Bridge of Allan, he married in 1848 to Mary Mackenzie (born about 1820 to Major Forbes MacKenzie of Fodderty and Catherine Nicolson from Stornoway, she died 1892 at Strathpeffer).

                  Rev. John Kennedy was Free Church minister at Dingwall and a noted churchman, "the foremost Highland Free Church man of his generation". He was author of "Days of the Fathers in Ross-shire", and "The Apostle of the North".(56)

                  Rev. John Kennedy, D.D.
                  Rev. John Kennedy, D.D.
                  from "Hyper-Evangelism: Another Gospel,
                  Though A Mighty Power: Part I", see

                  They had at least five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-1) Catherine "Cathy" Kennedy, born about 1850 at Dingwall (one year old in the 1851 census there), died at four years of age (1854?).
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-2) (son) Kennedy, died young.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-3) Jessie Kennedy, born 19 May, 1851 at Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty, christened there 31 July, 1851, unmarried when "History of the Mackenzies" was written.
                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-4) Mary Kennedy, born 19 May, 1851 at Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty as twin to Jessie, christened there 31 July, 1851, married John Matheson, a banker at Madras, India (son of Rev. Duncan Matheson, Free Church minister of Gairloch). At time of writing of "History of the Mathesons" (late 1890s) they were resident at Edinburgh.
                    Their three children;(57)

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-4-1) Ian Matheson
                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-4-2) Duncan Matheson

                      Either Ian or Duncan was father of;

                      1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-4-*-1) Robert "Robin" Mackenzie Matheson, through WW2 he was a Major with the King's Royal Rifle Corps (K.R.R.C.)

                    3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-4-3) Mabel Matheson

                  5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-7-5) Anne Margaret Kennedy, born 16 May, 1855 at Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty.

                8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-8) Janet "Jess" Kennedy, born 13 January, 1823 in Killearnan Parish, Ross and Cromarty.
                9. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-9) Neil Kennedy, born 12 April, 1828 in Killearnan Parish, Ross and Cromarty, married 11 December, 1855 at Bayfield House, Nigg, Ross and Cromarty to Anne Humphrey (born 6 May, 1832 at Bayfield to William Humphrey and Catherine Fraser). At time of the wedding Neil was a surgeon living at Invergordon, he was later noted as a medical practitioner at Tain.
                  They had at least four children;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-9-1) Catherine Fraser Kennedy, born 24 October, 1856 in Rosskeen Parish, Ross And Cromarty.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-9-2) John Kennedy, born 21 June, 1858 in Rosskeen Parish, Ross And Cromarty.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-9-3) William Humphrey Kennedy, born 11 February, 1860 in Rosskeen Parish, Ross And Cromarty.
                  4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-9-9-4) Jessie Mackenzie Kennedy, born 18 October, 1862 in Rosskeen Parish, Ross And Cromarty.

              Kenneth Mackenzie of Ledbeg married secondly to Elizabeth Sutherland Mackay (daughter of John Mackay of Oldney, she was born about 1769 and died 15 November, 1848 at Oldney).(??)
              Their eight children;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-10) John Mackenzie of Lochinver, born 1798, died 5 January, 1882, "heir male to the Tarbat and Cromarty honours", though he "never assumed the titles". He married firstly 2 March, 1819 at "Glendon", Assynt (undoubtably "Glendhu"), to Margaret Clarke resident "Glendon", John noted in the Parish Register as Tacksman of Ledbeg, and Margaret as the daughter of Charles Clarke, Tacksman of "Glendon". Margaret's death was noted as 17 September, 1820 at Ledbeg, the notice also says she was the "second daughter of Charles Clarke, Esq. Glendow".(58)

                Interesting that John's sister Jane, below, married James Clarke of Glendhu, a brother of Margaret.

                John married secondly on 3 February, 1832 at Culag, Assynt noted as "Late Tacksman of Ledbeg", to Marion Gunn (the marriage register suggests "Margaret"), with no issue, her brother George was sub-factor of Assynt.

                John seems to have been the last recognized heir male of the Ardloch MacKenzies, and if he chose could have been styled "VIII of Ardloch". Alexander Mackenzie in "History of the Mackenzies" writes;

                "Failing the male succession of this family, which has become extremely difficult if not impossible to trace now that the representatives of Kenneth Mackenzie of Ledbeg have failed in the male line, the dormant honours of Tarbat and Cromarty reverts to the family of Scatwell."

                Alexander of course was not aware of the many Mackenzie descendants of James of Keppoch and Kildonan, which descent makes up the major part of the rest of this chart. It appears the heir male in 1882 would have been the crofter, Kenneth Mackenzie of Inverkirkaig, below at 2-1-4-2-2-1-4.

              2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-11) Robert Mackenzie, born 1800, died unmarried. Data excerpted from the Assynt Parish Register into the I.G.I. notes his birth there as 6 April, 1800, and christening 15 April, 1800.
              3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-12) Jane Mackenzie, born 1802, died 8 March, 1847 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (age noted in death notice as 42 years, but on memorial stone as 45 years),(59) married James Clarke of Glendhu, "a farmer from Assynt" (died 10 February, 1853 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia).(60) Jane's husband James a brother of the Margaret Clarke who married her older brother, John Mackenzie of Lochinver (above). In the 1820s Jane and James emigrated to Australia, their descendants five generations later still there.(61)
              4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-13) Margaret Mackenzie, born likely 1802 or 1803.
              5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-14) James Mackenzie, born 1805, died unmarried. He looks to have still been alive in 1877, noted then in the will of his brother Royston's widow, Hughina.
              6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15) Georgina Aeneas Mackay Mackenzie, born 1808, died 20 December, 1864 at Tain and buried at Kilmuir Easter,(62) married 13 February, 1829 at Felin, Sutherland, to James Sutherland, the Notary of St. Vincent in the West Indies (Georgina noted in marriage announcement as youngest daughter of her late father).(??) (born 1794 to George Sackville Sutherland and Jean MacKay of Bighouse, died 8 November, 1841 at Elgin, Scotland).(63) They were at St. Vincent in 1831 when their young son died in a hurricane, along with sixteen of the family's slaves. An index to the 27 February, 1829 Inverness Journal (a weekly newspaper) notes an announcement of the marriage and gives Georgina's middle name, noting her as "youngest daughter of the late Kenneth MacKenzie Esq, of Ledbeg".

                This family is in the 1841 census at Elgin, MorayShire, James listed as 45 to 49 years, living on "Independant Means", and Georgina as 30-34 years old, with six children, all, including the one year old marked as not born within the census county;

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-1) Roberta Janetta Sutherland, born 29 January, 1830 at St.Vincent, West Indies, died 19 December, 1862 at Tain and buried at Kilmuir Easter with her mother and sister.
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-2) Elisabeth Sutherland, born 1833.
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-3) George Sackville Sutherland, born 1833 at St. Vincent, died 19 May or 9 September, 1908 at the East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, London.(64) In the 1841 census he was at the Tain Royal Academy. Later a Brigade Surgeon with much honoured service in India and Crimea, in 1875 as son and heir of his mother he sold the family estate, "Rosebank". Joan Leggett notes of Rosebank;

                  "The house, the last in Tain on the road to Portmahomak, was built in 1827 and originally had a small garden and is at the top of the old sunken beach (an ice age feature) so the garden is at 2 levels with very good views of the sea. It is very similar to other houses in Tain except that it is B grade listed and the only 4 storey one with the ground floor below street level and a bridge from the street to the first floor. Each floor has 2 large rooms about with elaborate cornices and moulding."

                4. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-4) Archibald Sutherland, born 2 October, 1835 at Fellin, Assynt, died 17 August, 181864 at Tain.
                5. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-5) Jean Mackay Sutherland, census suggests born 1836, however memorial with her mother and sister at Kilmuir Easter notes;
                  "born at Fellin, Assynt 2nd Oct. 1835 died at Tain 17th August 1864
                6. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-6) Alexandrina Jamsina Sutherland, born 7 August, 1837 at St.Vincent, West Indies, died 16 March, 1913 at Dingwall and buried at Kilmuir Easter.
                7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-7) Mackay Forbes Sutherland, born 1840 at St.Vincent, West Indies, died 8 March, 1874 in Tarbat Parish, buried with his son William in St. Duthas burial ground, Tain. He married 21 December, 1865 at Row (or "Rhu"), Dunbarton, Scotland to Elizabeth Helen Campbell (born 20 December, 1845 at Creich, Sutherland, Scotland, and christened there 9 January, 1846 to parents William Campbell and Annie Campbell). In the early 1870s MacKay was a farmer of twentyfour acres at Balaclava, Wester Arboll, Tarbat. The 1871 census there shows he and "Eliza Ellen" with three children;

                  In a letter 1873 to the Aberdeen Deaf and Dumb Institution on behalf of Alexander Ross, born deaf and dumb in 1865 in Wester Arboll, he notes himself as "tacksman of Wester Arboll, Tarbat, Rossshire", he kindly describes young Alexander (a first cousin of my own grandfather) as "deaf and dumb but otherwise a most intelligent boy"(??)

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-7-1) James Sutherland, born 1867 at Ross-Shire, Tarbat.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-7-2) Annie Campbell Sutherland, born 1869 at Ross-Shire, Tarbat, died 1944 in the Haymarket district of Edinburgh, Scotland. She married 8 March, 1902 at 30 Warriston Crescent, Edinburgh to Archibald Wilson (son of Rev. T.C. Wilson, Minister of Dunkeld), from the wedding announcement it appears the marriage was at the home of Annie and her widowed mother, and Annie was noted as only daughter of her parents.
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-7-3) William Sutherland, born 1871 (three months old in 1871 census) at Ross-Shire, Tarbat, died 1945, buried with his father at St. Duthas burial ground, Tain, the memorial stone noting after his name "C,S.I., V.D."(??)

                8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-8) Jamesina Sutherland, born 1843, died 1915, married 1876 to Rev.Angus Galbraith (born 1837, died 1909). Angus was a much noted preacher and author of a book of sermons, he served as minister of the Free Church of Scotland at Raasay from 1867 to 1890, Ferintosh from 1890 to 1893, and Lochalsh from 1893 to 1904. Newspaper articles note birth of three children, not having yet looked at Civil Registration only the first is fully identified yet, from other documents;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-8-1) Dr. James John Galbraith, born 6 October, 1877 at either Raasay or 9 Bank St. Inverness (I think that was the Free Church Manse there then), the birth announcement in the Inverness Advertiser(65) notes the Inverness address, but the index to Civil Registrations looks to note both places. Died 1 February, 1949 at Dingwall, commonly known as "J.J. Galbraith", a much noted and published Scottish medical practitioner of the early 20th century, who served as Chief Medical Officer for Ross and Cromarty until his retirement in 1939. He also had a great genealogical interest, and was an F.S.A.
                  2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-8-2) (son) Galbraith, born 6 January, 1879 at the Free Church Manse, Raasay.(66)
                  3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-15-8-3) (daughter) Galbraith, born 9 July, 1881 prematurely at the Free Church Manse, Raasay.(67)

              7. (2-1-4-2-1-4-16) Charles Mackenzie, born 1811, the I.G.I. extract from the Assynt Parish Register dates his christening as 18 November, 1811, he died unmarried.
              8. (2-1-4-2-1-4-17) Royston Mackenzie, born 1813, died 10 December, 1873. Noted in the Assynt Kirk Session Minutes as father of an illegitamate son born late 1836 to Mary Kerr of Achmelvich, the son is not named, and cannot be easily picked out in the 1841 census.(68)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-17-1) (son) Mackenzie, born 1836 at Assynt, cannot see a likely child in the 1841 census, so probably he died young.

                Royston married 23 January, 1845 to Hughina Scobie (born 1812 - 1816 to William Scobie and Lucy Mackay, died 7 June, 1883 at Dingwall), with issue noted as one son, who predeceased him. He is alone with three servants in the 1841 census at Lochinver in Assynt Parish. Hughina's will includes a legacy to a Merchant's daughter, "Elizabeth MacKenzie Nicolson", who she states was named after her deceased daughter. So, from that it appears there were at least two children of Royston and Hughina.

                However, a document in the Scottish Record Office appears in 1851 to name two sons of Royston Mackenzie, presumably one is the son noted as died young, and the second another son not noted who also died young.(69)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-4-17-2) Kenneth Mackenzie, alive 1851, predeceased his father.
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-4-17-3) William Mackenzie, alive 1851, predeceased his father.
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-4-17-4) Elizabeth Mackenzie, predeceased her mother. The Civil Registration index notes an Elizabeth Mackenzie with mother's Maiden Surname as Scobie born 1850, died 1863.

            5. (2-1-4-2-1-5) George Mackenzie, born about 1750, died at sea, 21 January, 1825.(51) Educated at King's College, Aberdeen, (M.A. 29 March, 1770), he was schoolmaster of Bower from 20 August, 1770 till he was ordained as deputy chaplain to Lord Seaforth's Regiment 6 April, 1778, then became Minister at Olrig, Caithness, 20 September, 1785, he was author of the Old Statistical Account for the Parish. He married firstly 28 February, 1787 to Jean Oswald Brodie (daughter of Peter or Patrick Brodie, she died 12 September, 1802).
              Their seven children;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1) Jean Mackenzie, born 10 August, 1791, married Thomas Adie, noted in Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae as at Forres and London.(51) She died 1 November, 1849 at Thurso, Caithness, noted as "Mrs Thomas Eddie".(70) In the 1841 census she is at Forss Street, Thurso, "Independant" (possibly then Widowed), surname as "Eddy" with four children. My assumption is Thomas' surname was most properly spelled "Eddie", as that spelling is used in christening of two of their children in London and descendants in Tasmania.
                Their seven children;(71)

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-1) Thomas Eddie, born 1816, died 1842.
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-2) George Mackenzie Eddie, born 1818, died 1886, married 1855 to Charlotte M. Fogg (born 1827, died 1922).
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-3) Jane Oswald Sinclair Eddie, born 1820, married 1839 to John Clark.
                4. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-4) Margaret A. Eddie, born 1822 in Caithness.
                5. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-5) Ann Elizabeth Eddie, born 1824 in Caithness.
                6. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-6) Helen Cowan Eddie, born 25 February, 1833 in London, England, christened 9 June, 1833 at Saint Vincent Street Scotch Church, Stepney, London, married J. MacKay.
                7. (2-1-4-2-1-5-1-7) John Alexander Eddie, born 21 November, 1837 in London, England, christened 8 January, 1837 at Saint Vincent Street Scotch Church, Stepney, London, died 1911, married firstly 1865 to Kate Bradshaw, married secondly to Joan Thomas.

              2. (2-1-4-2-1-5-2) Patrick Mackenzie, born 31 October, 1792, christened 6 November, 1792 at Olrig as "Peter". He served as an officer in the West India Regiment.
              3. (2-1-4-2-1-5-3) William Mackenzie, born 8 June, 1795, died 20 June, 1857 at the Free Church Manse of Wick, where he was visiting and preached his last sermon. He married 15 December, 1825 to Catherine Sinclair Brodie (she died 10 July, 1884). Following his father he was ordained 21 July, 1819, becoming minister of Park Chapel, Monkwearmouth. He became assistant to his father at Olrig in 1822, and Minister of the Parish in 1825. He took his Parish into the Free Church in 1843, continuing as Minister there to his death 1857. It is interesting that as his father had been author of the Old Statistical Account of Olrig, he became author of the New Statistical Account.
              4. (2-1-4-2-1-5-4) David Mackenzie, born 7 July, 1796, christened 17 July, 1796 at Olrig, a sailor.
              5. (2-1-4-2-1-5-5) Isabella Ann Mackenzie, born 13 October, 1797, married 8 March, 1823 at Olrig to Alexander Waters, lieutenant in the 92nd Foot Regiment.
              6. (2-1-4-2-1-5-6) George Morrison Mackenzie, born 6 June, 1800, noted in Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae(51) as "in G.P.O.", possibly means "General Post Office"?
              7. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7) Janet Brodie Mackenzie (in the 1841 census as "Jess B. Coghill"), born 8 January, 1801, christened 16 July, 1801 at Olrig, married 5 February, 1820 to Donald Coghill, a merchant at Castleton (presumably "Castletown" in Olrig Parish, Coghill is an Olrig surname). The marriage was registered both in Olrig and Thurso, and they were in the 1841 census at Cowgate, Thurso with Donald's occupation as "Independant".
                They had at least eight children;

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1) Jane Oswald Sinclair Coghill, christened 20 December, 1820 at Thurso, Caithness. She married Andrew Boyd (born 6 February, 1835 at Stranraer, Wigtown to Samuel Boyd and Sarah Anderson). They lived at Peebles.(72)
                  They had at least one child;

                  1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1) William Andrew Boyd, born 15 November, 1858 at Stranraer, Wigtown, married 23 January, 1888 at Peebles to Isabella Johnstone Wilson (born 10 May, 1867 at Tranent, East Lothian to Archibald Wilson and Isabella Johnstone).
                    Their nine children;

                    1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-1) Mary Ann Boyd, born 25 June, 1888 at Peebles, married 1916 at Peebles to John Scott.
                    2. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-2) Blanche Boyd, born 23 May, 1889 at Kinross, married 20 November, 1920 at Edinburgh to James Barrie.
                    3. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-3) Jessie Jane Johnston Boyd, born 4 January, 1890 at East Brora, Clyne, married 1911 at Peebles to Alexander Inglis Sterricks.
                    4. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-4) Jane Coghill Boyd, born 12 July, 1891 at Inverness.
                    5. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-5) Isabella Boyd, born 2 November, 1892 at Milnathort, Orwell, Kinross.
                    6. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-6) Andrewina Boyd, born 4 February, 1894 at Milnathort, Orwell, Kinross, died 20 August, 1941 at Edinburgh, married 15 February, 1915 at Edinburgh to John Blyth.
                    7. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-7) Robert Coghill Boyd, born 13 July, 1895 at Milnathort, Orwell, Kinross, died 21 May, 1915.
                    8. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-8) Christina Wilson Boyd, born 16 November, 1897 at Kinross, married (?) Anderson.
                    9. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1-9) William Andrew Boyd, born 3 February, 1901 at Gladston Terrace, Kinross, died 14 December, 1968 at Edinburgh, married 19 August, 1927 at Edinburgh to Margaret Blaikie Downie (born 10 July, 1908).

                2. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-2) Alexander Coghill, born 18 September, 1822 at Thurso, Caithness, christened there 3 October, 1822, in the 1841 census with his parents at Thurso, occupation as "Accountant".
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-3) Jessie Coghill, born about 1828 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with her parents at Thurso.
                4. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-4) Donald Coghill, born about 1830 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with his parents at Thurso.
                5. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-5) Robert Coghill, born about 1832 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with his parents at Thurso.
                6. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-6) Isabella Coghill, born about 1833 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with her parents at Thurso.
                7. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-7) Elisabeth Coghill, born about 1835 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with her parents at Thurso.
                8. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-8) Cathrine Coghill, born about 1838 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with her parents at Thurso.
                9. (2-1-4-2-1-5-7-9) Helen Coghill, born about 1840 at Caithness, in the 1841 census with her parents at Thurso.

              George Mackenzie married secondly 18 October, 1806 to Abigail Cheesborough MacLennan of Forres (she died September 1816).
              Their two children;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-5-8) Joanna Sinclair Traill Mackenzie, born 14 August, 1810, christened 27 August, 1810 at Olrig, married 24 March, 1835 at Garth, Olrig, Caithness, to the Rev. James Lumsden, a missionary to Canada, her father was Minister at the wedding.(73) Tragically, James died only a few years later, 10 April, 1838, noted as "parochial schoolmaster of Olrig, at Castletown", and Joanna a year and a half later, 27 September, 1839, at Garth.(74)
              2. (2-1-4-2-1-5-9) Margaret Elizabeth Traill Mackenzie, born 31 January, 1813, christened 11 February, 1813 at Olrig, died 24 November, 1850.

            6. (2-1-4-2-1-6) Charles Stuart Mackenzie, died unmarried.
            7. (2-1-4-2-1-7) Roderick Mackenzie, died unmarried.
            8. (2-1-4-2-1-8) John Mackenzie.
            9. (2-1-4-2-1-9) Murdoch Mackenzie, died sometime 1783-1791, married 1783 or later to Janet, daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, III of Dundonnell, no children. "History of the Mackenzies" notes this marriage in the section on the Ardloch, but not in the section on the Dundonnell family, though her father is made clear as Kenneth, III in "Some Mackenzie Pedigrees". Janet had earlier been married to Murdoch's first cousin, once removed, Colin Mackenzie of Jamaica, who died 1783, see below at 2-1-4-3-6.
            10. (2-1-4-2-1-10) Alexander Mackenzie, married Sibbla Mackenzie (daughter of Murdoch Mackenzie of Stronchrubie in Assynt). Sibbla's father was noted as in business with Alexander's brother Captain Kenneth of Ledbeg in 1800),(75) her brother, Lieutenant Alexander Mackenzie, married in 1801 to Alexander's niece Isobel, see above at 2-1-4-2-1-4-8.
              Alexander and Sibbla's children included;

              1. (2-1-4-2-1-10-1) James Mackenzie, died in Assynt, unmarried.
              2. (2-1-4-2-1-10-2) Margaret Mackenzie, born about 1796, died 13 March, 1886 at Inchnadamph, Assynt, married 15 November, 1820 in Assynt to Kenneth Macleod, widowed by the 1881 census at Inchnadamph, where she was with her then unmarried son, Robert. They are with their children in the 1841 and 1851 census at Inchnadamph, Kenneth is noted in 1841 as a Merchant aged 55 to 59, in 1851 as "House Carpenter" aged 66, Margaret aged 45 to 49 in 1841, 56 in 1851, and 86 in 1881.
                Their four children;

                1. (2-1-4-2-1-10-2-1) Alexander Mackenzie MacLeod, christened 22 September, 1821 at Assynt.
                2. (2-1-4-2-1-10-2-2) Anabella MacLeod, christened 29 July, 1823 at Assynt.
                3. (2-1-4-2-1-10-2-3) Murdoch MacLeod, christened 2 June, 1826 at Assynt, the 1841 census suggests a birth year of 1828, possibly the first Murdoch died and a second was named in his honour?
                4. (2-1-4-2-1-10-2-4) Robert MacLeod, born 18 June, 1833 at Assynt, christened there 9 July, 1833, died 8 January, 1907 at Inchnadamph, Assynt, noted as married sometime after the 1881 census to Catherine Maclean, his death registration also notes he was Registrar of Assynt.

              3. (2-1-4-2-1-10-3) Anne Mackenzie, died unmarried.

            11. (2-1-4-2-1-11) Janet Mackenzie, Sheet One of the Findon Tables notes she married Lieutenant Macleod, with issue not identified there.

            There were other as yet unidentified daughters of Alexander, III of Ardloch.

          2. (2-1-4-2-2) Kenneth Mackenzie, noted as a "Cautioner" and "Brother German" in his older brother Alexander's 1732 marriage. The Victorian genealogies state nothing is known of his issue, if any, however Malcolm Bangor-Jones notes he was Tacksman of Inverkirkaig, followed there by his son. An 1811 list of tenants of Assynt (the Tacksmen who rented directly from the landowner, and sublet to small tenants later known as crofters) includes at Inverkirkaig;(76)

            Mrs Christian McLeod Widow of the late Kenneth McKenzie in Inverkerkaig

            A 1774 list of tenants of Assynt(77) notes Kenneth at Inverkirkaig with his wife and six children, only one so far identified;

            1. (2-1-4-2-2-1) John Mackenzie, born about 1764, died 1854, married Elizabeth Scobie. At first he followed his father as Tacksman of Inverkirkag, the same 1811 list of Assynt tenants that notes his mother has the only other listing at Inverkirkaig as;

              Lieut. John McKenzie of the late Sutherland Fencible Regiment

              The 1811 census has John at Inverkirkaig with five males and ten females in the Household. Presumably one of the females was his mother, some others of the unnamed may have been unrelated servants.

              Sometime between 1814 and 1816 the family moved to Little Assynt (that place an estate a few miles south of Lochinver), which John was also Tacksman of, at some point after he became a Crofter at Torbreck. A 4 February, 1814 christening describes John's position then;

              Kenneth, Lawful son of Mr John
              Mackenzie & of Elizat Scobie his Spouse Tacks
              man of Inverkirkag & Little Assint &c.--

              Little Assynt
              from an old postcard

              John and Elizabeth had at least five children;

              1. (2-1-4-2-2-1-1) Kenneth Mackenzie, christened 16 July, 1800 at Assynt, as there was later another son Kenneth this one probably died young.
              2. (2-1-4-2-2-1-2) Margaret Mackenzie, christened 11 August, 1802 at Inverkirkaig, Assynt, her father noted as "Tacksman of Inverkirkag". The Lochbroom Parish Register records the marriage 19 January, 1825 of "Donald McKenzie of Achnahaird to Miss Margaret McKenzie Torrbreck Assynt", the marriage also recorded the next day in the Assynt Register (it was common for marriages to be registered in both bride and groom's Parishes). I think Margaret died shortly after, and was well respected in that 16 November, 1828 three children to various families at Achnahaird were christened "Margaret McKenzie" (middle names were very unusual in the Parish Register).

                Margaret's husband Donald was born about 1801 in Lochbroom (1861 census says at Ullapool), to Roderick Mackenzie, Tacksman of Achnahaird, and Catherine Scobie, he died 3 June, 1871 at Ullapool, mentioned in a letter by his father as Tenant at Achnahaird in 1825.(78) Malcolm Bangor-Jones has found an 1837 mention of “Mr Donald Mckenzie late achannahard but now residing at Ceannachilish Ullapool”.

                NH1299 : Inverpolly Lodge by Ike Gibson
                North Kenachulish
                Taken from Ardmair Point. Now owned by the
                Buklmer family but still well known as "Viner's
                House" after the previous owner Col. Viner

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                Donald is listed as a Widowed "Retired Farmer" with his Widowed sister Janet in the 1851 census at Ullapool, and again there with three of his siblings in 1861, and two of them in 1871.

                Margaret's brother Kenneth married Donald's neice, Susanna Grace Mackenzie, see below at 2-1-4-2-2-1-4.
                Margaret and Donald had at least two sons;

                1. (2-1-4-2-2-1-2-1) Alexander Mackenzie, christened 2 October, 1825 at "Kamschoille" (modern spelling "Camuscoille", a hamlet of a few houses on the west side of Achnahaird).
                2. (2-1-4-2-2-1-2-2) George Mackenzie, christened 21 June, 1827 at Achnahaird. Pretty certain he is in the 1841 census at Torbreck in Assynt, but cannot see him there in the 1851 census.

              3. (2-1-4-2-2-1-3) John Mackenzie, christened 28 March, 1806 at Assynt.
              4. (2-1-4-2-2-1-4) Kenneth Mackenzie, christened 4 February, 1814 at Inverkirkag, Assynt, died 27 December, 1892 at Torbreck aged 78 years, Informant his son William. The Lochbroom Parish Register records a marriage 1 April, 1846 of Susanna Grace Mackenzie with residence listed as "Isle of Ristol" to Kenneth Mckenzie of "Torbreck, Parish of Assynt". The Mormon's index of "Old Parochial Registers", OPR, also includes the marriage as registered 15 March, 1846 at Assynt (it was common for a marriage to be registered in both bride and groom's parishes). Susanna was christened December 1826, father then resident at Badentarbat, died 1901 sometime after the census that year.

                Kenneth's older sister Margaret married Susanna's uncle Donald (brother of her father William, their son George was with Kenneth at Torbreck in 1841, see above at 2-1-4-2-2-1-2).

                On death of his cousin John Mackenzie of Lochinver 5 January, 1882 Kenneth could have made claim for the dormant Mackenzie of Tarbat honours, including several Baronetcies, his then humble economic position kept him from doing so.

                Kenneth and Susanna had four children at Torbreck;

                1. (2-1-4-2-2-1-4-1) Walter Mackenzie, born about 1849 in Assynt Parish. Not seen after the 1871 census, and not found in Scottish indexes of marriage or death, possibly he enlisted or emigrated.
                2. (2-1-4-2-2-1-4-2) Kenneth Mackenzie, born January 1851 in Assynt Parish, his death registered as 6 December, 1885 at Torbreck, Assynt (Registration District that year "Stoer" rather than Assynt), aged 34 years, single, confirms parents names, brother William the Informant.
                3. (2-1-4-2-2-1-4-3) William Angus Mackenzie, born 18 January, 1856, died single 15 April, 1917 at Torbreck, Informant not a family member. He was Informant of the deaths of both his brother Kenneth in 1885, and their father Kenneth in 1892. Assuming his older brother Walter had died without issue then on death of their father William would have been entitled to the dormant Tarbat honours, and on his own death that right would have passed to Louis Rodrigue Alexandre Mackenzie in Canada, see him below at (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1).
                4. (2-1-4-2-2-1-4-4) Elizabeth Margaret "Betsy" Mackenzie, born 11 April, 1859, unmarried with her parents through to the 1891 census.

              5. (2-1-4-2-2-1-5) Ritchie Mackenzie, christened 5 January, 1816 at "Little Assynt", Parish of Assynt, father John not then noted as a Tacksman, but is given honorific "Mr" indicating some status.

          3. (2-1-4-2-3) Roderick Mackenzie, noted as "Brother German" to "Alexander M'Kenzie of Ardloch" in his 6 April, 1737 aprenticeship at Edinburgh to John Mowbray, a wright.(34) Nothing is known of his issue, if any.
          4. (2-1-4-2-4) John Mackenzie, born about 1725, likely at Achnahaird in Coigach, or possibly at Ledbeg in neighbouring Assynt Parish, as the family was noted as moving there in 1725. He served as a Captain in his cousin the Earl of Cromarty's Jacobite Regiment in the 1745 Rebellion, and with his cousin Alexander Mackenzie of Keppoch and Kildonan evaded capture with the rest of the Regiment at Dunrobin, and figured prominantly in French attempts to rescue Bonny Prince Charlie. He (with probably Alexander) acted as pilot of the French ship that eventually did get the Prince away.

            Sometime later he was captured, and "transported" into exile 8 May, 1747 to Antigua in the West Indies aboard the "Veteran". The ship was captured by a French Privateer ("Pirate"), and he was released on the Isle of Martinique, nothing further is known of him, though there was a letter from the Govenor at Martinique to the Minister at France saying he was sending two Captains and eight other of the freed Jacobites with instructions to pretend to be prisoners of war if the ship was captured by the English.

          5. (2-1-4-2-5) Annabella Mackenzie, nothing is known of her issue, if any.
          6. (2-1-4-2-6) Mary Mackenzie, married Simon Mackenzie (son of George Mackenzie, II of Gruinard, and of Margaret who was herself a daughter of Alexander Mackenzie, II of Ballone).(5)

        3. (2-1-4-3) James Mackenzie of Keppoch and Kildonan, died 1746.(79) From 1721 to 1730 he held wadset of Achindrean in Strathcanaird. In 1725 he acquired Inverpoly and Dalpolly, in 1729 he bought Keppoch, Kildonan, Scoraig, and Glengarigolach, in 1742 he sold Keppoch after having "made it over" the previous year to his son Alexander. In 1735 he was mentionned as partner to Alexander Mackenzie of Corrie in cattle dealings. James was said to be the only Catholic in the Parish of Lochbroom.

          James was married twice, firstly to Annabella, daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, I of Dundonnel, referred to in a letter from her gt-grandson as "Ann". Annabella was sister to the wife of James's brother John. The bulk of this chart is descendancy of James and that first wife, through their second son, Roderick of Achiltibuie, the descent from James and his second wife continuing near the end. The third child of James and his first wife noted below as Isobel, wife of Kenneth III of Langwell, might be higher in birth order than either of her brothers.
          James and Annabella's children included;

          1. (2-1-4-3-1) Alexander Mackenzie, married Henrietta Mackenzie of Fisherfield (noted in a 1773 sasine, presumably a sister of Donald Mackenzie of Fisherfield, who married Alexander's younger half-sister Mary, see below at 2-1-4-3-7).

            A principle officer in the Earl of Cromarty's Regiment in the 1745 Rebellion, referred to then as "Keppoch" (probably he remained as Tacksman of Keppoch after his father sold that farm in 1742), or as "Captain Alexander Mackenzie of Ardloch". With his cousin John Mackenzie of the Ardloch family, often referred to simply as "Ardloch" (above at 2-1-4-2-4) he was a chief recruiter for the Earl, reportedly forcing his brother Roderick to participate by stealing his black cattle and threatening to hang him!(80) It looks likely he acted as paymaster for the Regiment, as he is noted as the person who collected the funds for that purpose.(81) With his cousin Ardloch he evaded capture after the Rebellion while aiding French attempts to rescue Bonnie Prince Charlie.(7vii)

            No descent from Alexander or further records regarding him have been found.

          2. (2-1-4-3-2) Roderick Mackenzie of Achiltibuie, born about 1716 (list of Jacobite Prisoners in 1746 gives his age then as 30).(7) For sometime he was Tacksman of Dalcanloch at Loch Achall near Ullapool, and became resident Tacksman of Achiltibuie from 1740 till his death in 1762.

            Achiltibuie, from Isle Tanera,
              photo courtesy of Dave Warburton, see his webpage;

            A Lieutenant in Cromarty's Regiment, he became one of the few pardoned Jacobites after pleading by the Lochbroom Minister, James Robertson. He married Katherine, a daughter of Alexander Mackenzie, III of Ballone. (She spelled her own forename with a "K" in petitions, and clearly identified her mother as wife of the third Laird, rather than the second Laird as mistakedly noted in "Mackenzies of Ballone")(82)

            Testimony at his trial had Roderick entering the Rebellion under duress, threatened with hanging by his brother Alexander, "Keppoch" and cousin "Ardloch" (John Mackenzie, at 2-1-4-2-4 above), and having his black cattle seized by them as incentive.(79) However the situation was complicated as after the Rebellion he remained loyal to his banished landlord and cousin, the Earl of Cromarty, and was one of several Coigach tenants who tried to raise funds for the Earl while he was impoverished in house arrest in England.(12)

            Roderick's Widow Katherine was a notably strong character, his first cousin as their mothers were sisters.

            "Finfish" fish farm on the River Polly, site of the Mackenzie home at Dalpolly from 1768.
            Photo courtesy of Undiscoverd Scotland, see their file at

            After Roderick's death in 1762 Katherine held onto Achiltibuie along with her eldest son, Alexander, until 1767. She then fought a prolonged battle by petition against being deprived of the Tack, but ultimately lost, and with Alexander and her other children was shifted to the much less desirable, and more "primitive" farm of Dalpolly on the north side of Coigach.(7) It is interesting one of the other pardoned Jacobites was Katherine's brother Colin who led the recruits from Ballone and Dundonnell. Colin was grateful to the Minister James Robertson for his testimony, but proceeded to steal and marry his fiance!

            Children of Roderick and Katherine included;

            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1) Alexander Mackenzie of Achnaclerach, noted in a petition(83) as the eldest son of Roderick and Katherine, possibly there were older as yet unidentified daughters, perhaps his half sisters from his mother's earlier marriage, as the same petition says Katherine was left with nine children, but in other petitions she mentions her "seven fatherless children".

              There is no definative documentation of his birth year, but on balance of sources it looks to have been 1737.(84) Alexander certainly died 1789, the two sources that describe his death are similar with a few small differences, one from a 1912 letter from Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road, the other from the notes of Sonia Mackenzie in New Zealand,(85) presumably also based on correspondance from Alexander of Coolmine Road. The first reads;

              "He was killed by falling off a spirited horse while returning after dining with his Chief at Brahan Castle 1789 Age 52."

              The second reads;

              "Alexander was killed in a fall from his horse who was spooked by a footpad while on his way home from dining with cousins at Brahan in 1789."

              A third source, the later recorded memories held by descendants of his son Donald, has the death happened near Garve, which does not disagree with a death returning to Achnaclerach from Brahan, but say he was killed in a duel, which somewhat agrees with his death in violence involving a footpad. They also record the inscription on his memorial stone at Garve (photographed at and at ) as reading;

              Erected in
              memory of
              ALEXr McKENZIE
              who died in
              aged 52 years

              1789 was also the year of death of his cousin, John Mackenzie, Lord MacLeod, son and heir of the attainted Third Earl of Cromarty, and the coincidence might involve a journey to the the funeral for Lord MacLeod, or the celebration of the new heir to the estates, Captain Kenneth Mackenzie of Cromarty, or be simply a coincidence.

              By 1768 Alexander was with his mother at Dalpolly at the north of Coigach, and sometime after signing a petition July 1772(86) he moved to Achnaclerach in Strathgarve in Contin Parish, which neighbours Lochbroom to the east. There he and his wife Catherine Mackenzie raised their own family.

              Photo of the current home at Achnaclerach, taken 2008 by descendant David Ford.

              David notes:

              "Beautiful country, but I wouldn't want to try to make my living from it."
              The Falls of the Cleric, a little way down the road.

              David notes:

              "for which the farmstead was named according to the museum in Inverness."

              Alexander's younger brother, Roderick (below at 2-1-4-3-2-3) also settled near Achnaclerach, at Glaschoil, it is likely they had an as yet unidentified older sister or less likely an aunt who married a prominant person in Contin, and she "sponsored" them in taking over rental of farms there.

              Some sources including "Mackenzie of Ballone" note Alexander's wife Catherine as a daughter of William Mackenzie, II of Pitlundie, other sources say she was a sister of the Merchant Kenneth Mackenzie of Stornoway, and therefore aunt to Sir Alexander Mackenzie the explorer. The second possibility looks likely, as four of her sons became prominant in the fur trade in North America, reportedly at urging of Kenneth's son, their cousin Sir Alexander. At least one of those sons, Roderick, reportedly knew Sir Alex well in Scotland, before Alex emigrated in 1774 at 10 or 12 years of age. My guess is young Roderick was sent to Stornoway for schooling, staying with his uncle Kenneth's family, and developing his life long friendship with his cousin Alex.

              Living descendants have been traced for seven of their ten identified children, with a possible line of descent traced for the eighth (James). Three of those children; Murdoch, John, and Barbara, stayed in Lochbroom.(87)

              The tenth child named below, Jane at 2-1-4-3-2-1-10, is not well documented but I think certain, see notes with her.

              Children of Alexander and Catherine;

              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1) Murdoch Mackenzie of Achnaclerach, birth year and place not yet known, though he was noted as oldest brother, and his brother Roderick was born 1761, so his own birth year was likely 1759 or earlier, probably at Achiltibuie. He died the night of 28 November, 1821, returning from market at Kincardine. A dark and tempestuous night, his horse in the storm wandered off the road over the bank into the Conan river, there was fear he was attacked by thieves, but when his body was discovered six days later it still had his money from market, and his silver watch.(88)

                Murdoch was noted as "Principal Merchant and Postmaster of Ullapool" at his death in 1821, an 1869 sasine (sale) of the lease of the family home on Argyle Street in Ullapool (1851 census gives street address as number 96) suggests Murdo had taken the original lease in 1800.(89) Alexander of Coolmine Road says before moving to Ullapool Murdo was at Contin,(84) which is reinforced by him being described in the christening of one of his children at Ullapool as "of Achnaclerach".

                Ullapool, from the pier in 2006
                Ullapool, from the pier in 2006

                Though an important personage in Ullapool, the details of Murdoch's life are not well known, and somewhat confused as he looks to have had a son also named Murdoch who raised a family contemporaneously at Ullapool.

                Murdoch was first married sometime 1795 or earlier, likely at Contin to Catherine MacRae who died sometime 1812 to 1814.

                Details are still to be confirmed, some of the children and grandchildren that follow may confuse between the two Murdochs, Senior and Junior, and if so the descent that follows will need adjusting.
                The four children identified so far of Murdoch Mackenzie and his first wife Catherine MacRae;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-1) Murdoch Mackenzie, in the 1825 Militia list as under 30 years of age, in the 1827 Militia list as 30 years or older, so born 1796-1797, likely 1796 as he was noted having children from 1814.(90) Possibly this Murdoch and his family emigrated as they cannot be identified in the 1841 census.

                  Papers lodged in the Coigach Salmon Case of the 1860s(45) note the Salmon fishing at Ullapool for the season of 1814 was rented to Mr. Murdo MacKenzie Jr. for £14

                  Children of Murdoch Junior;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-1-1) Rachel Mackenzie, christened 4 June, 1814 at Ullapool.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-1-2) Duncan Mackenzie, christened 2 December, 1816 at Ullapool.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-1-3) James Mackenzie, christened 5 July, 1824 at Ullapool.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-1-4) Donald Mackenzie, christened 27 December, 1827. The father, Murdoch, is noted as resident at Ullapool, but the three other fathers that day and the two the next day were resident out on the Coigach peninsula...

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-2) Alexander Mackenzie, christened 28 June, 1811 at Ullapool.
                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3) Catherine "Margaret" Mackenzie, christened 31 August, 1812 at Ullapool as "Catharine", the forename she also used in the 1871 census, but in all records as "Margaret", likely to honour a relative who died around the time of her birth. She died 3 August, 1904 at Ullapool "aged 92 years" with parents noted as Murdoch MacKenzie and Catharine Macrae. Her marriage was registered 17 February, 1829 to the schoolteacher Donald Campbell of Morefield (near Ullapool) and her age there in the 1841 census was marked as 30-34 so I guess her born late 1811. Donald in the 1841 census at Morefield is noted as 40-44 years, not born in County.

                  NH1195 : Morefield from the Stornoway - Ullapool ferry
                  from the Stornoway - Ullapool ferry
                  The view across Loch Broom towards Morefield and the impressive
                  south eastern flank of Ben Mor Coigach.
                    © Copyright Gordon Hatton and licensed for
                    reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

                  Donald and Margaret's children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-1) Catharine Campbell, born about 1830.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-2) Ann Campbell, christened 16 June, 1832 at Morefield.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3) Mary Campbell, born about 1834, died 11 December, 1868, two months after the birth of her daughter Mary (cause of death given by the Informant, her brother-in-law John MacPhail, was "Phitisis Pulmonatis"). She married 22 December, 1859 at Ullapool to John Mackenzie (born about 1817 to the carpenter "joiner" William Mackenzie and Catherine maiden surname Mackenzie, he died 21 April, 1902). In the marriage registration John is listed as "Merchant", Mary as "Governess". Mary's parents are described then as "Donald Campbell, Schoolmaster, deceased, and Margaret maiden surname MacKenzie"

                    Mary's husband John is also in this chart, as her second cousin, three times removed, he is below at 2-1-4-3-8-3-1.
                    They had at least six children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-1) Catharine Mackenzie, born 12 December, 1860, likely died young as there was another Catharine born 1865.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-2) Donald Mackenzie, born 5 August, 1862, possibly died young as another son, "Donald William" was born 1864.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-3) Donald William Mackenzie, born 29 January, 1864, 7 years old with his Widowed father and other relatives at Ullapool in the 1871 census. "History of Mackenzies" mistakedly lists him as "John William", but civil registration and "Mackenzies of Ballone" say "Donald William". He is noted as died at Johannesburg, not noted whether his family also lived there. He married 28 October, 1903 at Auchrynie, Aberdeen to Margaret "Maggie" Chalmers (second daughter of John Chalmers, Auchrynie). The wedding announcement notes Donald as "Secretary Alliance Permanent and Mutual Buildings Society and Savings Bank, Johannesburg".(91)
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-3-1) Alasdair Mackenzie, at time of writing of "Mackenzies of Ballone" he is noted as a law student at Aberdeen University.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-3-2) Sibell Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-3-3) Moira Mackenzie, born 1906.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-3-4) Lilias Mackenzie.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-4) Catharine Mackenzie, born 18 September, 1865, 33 years old unmarried with her Widowed father and other relatives in the 1901 census at Ullapool, she married 21 April, 1904 at Inverness to Charles Fraser, a Mail Driver, both resident at Ullapool, she at Shore Street, he at Argyle Street, all four parents noted as deceased, his parents noted as Alexander Fraser and Annie Morrison.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-5) Barbara Mackenzie, born 6 July, 1867, died the same year.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-3-6) Mary Mackenzie, born 10 October, 1868.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-4) Samuel Campbell, born about 1837, probably died young, there is no matching person in the civil registration death indexes (starting 1855).
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-5) John Campbell, born about 1840.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-3-6) Christina Campbell, born about 1852, unmarried at Ullapool in the 1901 census.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-4) Simon Mackenzie, christened 28 February, 1813 at Ullapool.

                Murdoch married secondly likely 1813 or 1814 to Susan MacGregor. She was christened 15 April, 1782 at "Innerchadden, Fortingall Parish, Perth" to parents Duncan MacGregor (a descendant of the "McGregor of Roro" family) and Margaret Stewart (of the "Stewart of Crossmount" family), she died 22 February, 1865 at Ullapool. The MacGregor ancestry of Susan is documented at least 17 generations, and I think her Stewart grandfather, a veteran of the Battle of Cullodden, was probably closely related to the Stewart soldiers who fled with their families as refugees to Coigach following that battle, Susan and her sister Elizabeth (wife of William MacKenzie, Tacksman of Badentarbat) through the censuses were constantly connected with Coigach Stewarts.(92)
                Children of Murdoch and Susan;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5) Grace Mackenzie, christened 8 June, 1815 at Ullapool. The following details on the life and descent of Grace and her husband David Ferguson come mostly from the twenty years research of their gt-gt-grandson, Malcolm Ferguson in Australia.(93)

                  Grace married 8 February, 1841 to David Ferguson Esq., Tacksman of Langwell, a farm of 6,000 acres near Ullapool able to carry 2,600 Cheviot sheep.

                  Langwell House, 2009
                  Langwell House, 2009
                  Photo courtesy of Malcolm Ferguson

                  David was born 15 February, 1817 at Tain and christened there 26 February, 1817 to father Fergus Ferguson Esq., (born at Fodderty in 1794, died at Tain 4 July, 1879), Tacksman of Tarlogie. Fergus was married 12 January, 1814 to Isabella "Bell" McPherson (born 13 February, 1782 at Tain, died 28 June, 1872). A substantial farmer, while Fergus held tack of Tarlogie, a farm of 334 arable acres at Tain he took the tack as tenant of Glastullich (8,000 acres) in 1833, Langwell (6,000 acres) in 1834 and the smaller farms of Dalvraid and Dalcanloch 1842, all near Ullapool. It is interesting that Ferguson looks to have followed as Tacksman of Langwell the Mackenzie family who had held it since 1686, that family much intermarried with the Mackenzie of Achiltibuie family Grace descended from, with common ancestors back to the early 18th century.

                  Malcolm has discovered details on many generations of earlier Fergusons, noting they were tenants or Tacksmen to Mackenzie of Kintail, Earl of Seaforth or to Mackenzie of Tarbat, Earl of Cromarty. Prior to this they were in Cromarty 1680, Fearn (1595 & “of Balblair” til 1658) and at Tain (1584). More complete notes from Malcolm on those Fergusons is included at the bottom of this file, see: Ferguson

                  In the last days of 1855 a large number of old births and christenings were recorded in the Lochbroom Parish Register, mostly children in Tacksmen's and Merchant's families, including six children to this family.

                  Sometime after the 1861 census and before the 1866 settling of the estate of Grace's mother this family moved to Tullich in Loch Carron Parish where David became Tacksman and died 25 January, 1900. Grace died 26 January, 1904 at "Aultchurn", Loch Carron. Malcolm Bangor-Jones writes that the Ferguson possession of Langwell terminated 1863 when they were not prepared to pay the increased rent the estate was demanding.

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1) Mackenzie Ferguson, born 20 July, 1842 at Langwell, died 19 June, 1891 at London, England as Battery Quarter Master Sergeant of the Royal Artillery 2nd Brigade. He was awarded the Tain Royal Academy Silver Medallion for Best Mathematical Scholar 5th August, 1857, the medallion has since been proudly passed to each successive generation’s eldest son. He went on to attend Aberdeen University, where possibly living the wreckless life of a student, away from class and partying, he failed the final exam, and in response enlisted 4 December, 1869 under the name "William Ferguson" into the Royal Artillery. He served in Scotland, Ireland, England, and India.

                    Mackenzie married “without leave” 22 January, 1873 at North Leith, Edinburgh, to Emily Grant (born January 1847 to William Grant, Brewers Clerk and Mary Milligan, both then deceased, and died 12 January, 1902 at Woolwich, London).

                    Malcolm Ferguson suspects that the unusual use of "Mackenzie" as a forename came as his maternal grandfather, Murdoch MacKenzie (above) had hopes of claiming the 1703 Scottish Peerage Title “Earl of Cromarty” forfeited after “the 45” in 1746. With those estates restored 1784 that title was possibly to devolve to the eldest male child “of the name”? (Note the use again of the name “Mackenzie” for his eldest son).

                    Children of MacKenzie and Emily;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-1) Grace Emily Ferguson, born 27 November, 1873 at North Leith, Edinburgh. Thought to have married Jack Dives at London, and moved to Sydney Australia. Mentioned in Will of her aunt Susan (follows) dated 1931 as “my deceased niece Emily Susan (?) Ferguson”. They are thought to have had issue, though descent not yet traced.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-2) Isabella Ferguson, born 13 November, 1877 at Newbridge following her father’s two years of military service in Ireland (the 1901 census puts her place of birth as Ireland).

                      Isabella married in the second quarter of 1900 in the Woolwich District of London to William James Bowles and resided at 47 Brewery Road Plumstead Kent. The 1901 census at Woolwich has William as 27 years old, born Plumsread, occupation "Writer Royal Arsenal".

                      Isabella corresponded regularly with Charles (below) and his family until her death in the mid 1950’s. She inherited £300, along with all napery, and the portraits of David and Grace from her Aunt Susan’s estate in 1935.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-2-1) John Bowles, was leader of the British Bus Drivers Union.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-3) Fergus Mackenzie Ferguson, christened 16 December, 1881 at Ranikhed India, died unmarried 14 July, 1959 at Cowra, New South Wales, Australia. He was the British Amateur Lightweight Boxing Champion for 1903. Migrated to Australia with brothers and elder sister Grace.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4) Charles Alick Ferguson, born 29 July, 1883 at Agra, India, died 13 August, 1951 at Portland, New South Wales, Australia. He married 15 May, 1923 at Excelsior, New South Wales to Ethel May Ford (born 30 March, 1901 to Major Thomas Ford of Running Stream, New South Wales and Sarah Matilda Freestone. Ethel died 25 July, 1952 at Portland). Charles was Secretary of the Australian Labor Party in Western New South Wales, and a close personal friend and confidante of the Hon. Ben Chifley, Prime Minister of Australia 1945-49.

                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1) Sidney Maurice "Maurie" Ferguson, Esq., born 16 July, 1920 at Weenga, New South Wales, died 27 February, 1999 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, married 25 May, 1946 at Brisbane to Doreen May Stevenson (born 6 January, 1920 as eldest daughter of Henry "Harry" Stevenson WW1 veteran and his wife “May” Catherine May Coulthurst). Both were veterans of WW2; Maurie in the Australian Army, and Doreen with the Australian Air Force in the "WAAAF". Maurie was a gunsmith and highly regarded sportsman, expert marksman, Representative Rugby League Footballer and Cricketer.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-1) Malcolm John Ferguson, Esq., born 11 May, 1947 at Portland, New South Wales, married 28 March, 1970 at Brisbane, Australia to Jennifer Ann Bird (born 29 May, 1949 at London England to Thomas Francis Bird who was with the Fleet Air Arm in WW2 and his wife Joan Grace Calcott).

                          Malcolm is a risk analyst, and source of most of the research presented here on the various Fergusons. Following a petition in November 1984 Malcolm and his brother Ian obtained a Grant of Arms from Lyon Court in 1989 but he was denied his request for his father to be recognised as the Chief of the Fergusons of Ross-Shire. He remains senior male heir and Head of the Principal House of the Fergusons from Ross & Cromarty.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-1-1) Cameron Ian Ferguson, Assoc. Dip. App. Sc. UQ., born 28 November, 1973 at Brisbane, married 23 September, 2001 to "Kate" Simone Kate Robinson (born 28 October, 1974 to Norman Robinson of the U.K. and his wife Fay Robertson of New Zealand). Cameron is a businessman, his company is "Holistic Equine Care". He is also heir apparent to the Ferguson Arms.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-1-1-1) Tom Angus Ferguson, born 6 May, 2004 at Brisbane.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-1-1-2) Liam Connor Ferguson, born 9 October, 2005 at Brisbane.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-1-2) Joanne Erica Ferguson, born 16 March, 1976 at Brisbane, she has a Diploma of Children’s Services, and is Director of Child Care Facilities.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2) Ian Maurice Ferguson, Esq., J.P., born 16 October, 1949 at Portland, New South Wales. A Property Development Company Director and grazier, he holds senior Matriculation of Ferguson Arms. Commonly known as “Ian buie" as "buidh" pronounced "buie" is the gaelic word for the colour yellow, in this case referring to his distinctive hair colouring. Ian's brother Malcolm remarks in regard to hair colouring and family features;

                          "I once hired a young engineer to do some consulting for me and when he arrived at our house I just had to say "Excuse me for staring but except for your auburn hair you would pass as a young double of my father." He said he was a Mackenzie from Ullapool and when in Edinburgh studying, an elderly lady stopped him in the street saying just that, `You must be a Mackenzie from Ullapool for they all look the same!' I don't know about that for my fathers father had squarer facial features but perhaps there is a common Gaelic look-alike line."

                          Ian married firstly, 20 March, 1971 at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales to Kathryn Mary Rowling (daughter of Cecil John Rowling and his wife Cathleen Marion Hennessy).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-1) Craig Malcolm Ferguson, born 2 September, 1971 at Sydney, New South Wales.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-2) Bradley Ian Ferguson, born 12 May, 1973 at Brisbane, Queensland.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-3) Michelle Kathryn Ferguson, born 28 January, 1975 at Taree, New South Wales.

                          Ian married secondly, 9 November, 1985 At Paradise Waters, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, to Aileen “Ali” Yvonne Hammet. Ali was born 26 July 1956 to John Edward “Jack” Gillard and Audrey Evelyn Duffield, she was married firstly to Bruce Mitchell Hammett with two daughters, stepdaughters to Ian;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-4) Belinda Michelle Hammet, born 7 October, 1976 at Brisbane.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-5) Nicole Amanda Hammet, born 13 June, 1978 at Brisbane.

                          As well as his step-daughters, Ian with Ali had three more children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-6) Lauren Leigh Ferguson, born 31 March, 1987 at Brisbane, Queensland.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-7) Bridget Ali Ferguson, born 28 February, 1989 at Southport, Queensland.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-1-2-8) Lachlan Andrew Ferguson, born 28 December, 1991 at Southport, Queensland.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-2) Eric John Ferguson, born 29 September, 1922, died 14 April, 1977 at Portland, New South Wales, unmarried. He served in the Australian Army WW2 and saw action in Papua New Guinea. A well respected sportsman, Representative Rugby League Footballer, Tennis player and golfer. He was Secretary Manager of the Portland District Golf Club.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-4-3) Charles Allen "Allen" Ferguson, born 15 October, 1924, died 1982 at Melbourne, Victoria, unmarried. Allen put up his age to serve in the Australian Army in WW2 and was posted throughout the Pacific Islands. He had white hair and was referred to as “Allen Bane”.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-5) William Alexander "Alex" Ferguson, Malcolm Ferguson has found records that show Alex led a fascinating life! He was born 29 March, 1886, christened 15 April, 1886 at Agra, India, his death date not yet determined, though likely at Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

                      Alex had served seven years in the 98th Battery of Field Artillery of the U.K. Army, before emigrating to Australia with his brothers (Malcolm notes given the subterfuge in Alex's later papers it is possible he was AWOL at time of emigration), then joining up in the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) almost as soon as war was declared, 27 September, 1914. He misstated his age and place of birth (and presumably omitted the seven years service he had walked away from). In the A.I.F. he was given the rank of Bombardier, then busted to Gunner, and served with Field Artillery Brigade 1, Reinforcement 1 from 1914 to 1919.

                      At entry into the A.I.F. in 1914 he was unmarried, his sister Isabella "Mrs Bowles" in England listed as his next of kin, mistakedly as "mother", though possibly that was part of his obfustication of his previous military service.(94). Written in red over Isabella's name is , "Wife Charlotte Agnes Ferguson. Married 9 August, 1917" and a note that he was charged for overstaying his leave and lost 10 days pay! Malcolm notes Charlotte's maiden name was Green and her father James was a soldier, they were married in the Church of England at Hindley.(95)

                      Malcolm notes;

                      Alex was wounded in the left hand and thigh at Gallipoli, sent to hospital in England, released, sent to France, then wounded by shell concussion and gassed in Belgium, sent to England, released then sent back to France, where he was wounded suffering shell concussion and "Serious Shell shock". He was sent back to England and hospitalised for "mental derangement", finally being discharged after the war suffering delusions and was sent back to Australia 25 March, 1919.

                      It is notable that Alex was one of at least eight descendants in this chart who were soldiers in the Battle of Gallipoli;(96) Alex later settled at Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and corresponded from there with his brother Charles Alick above.
                      His son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-1-5-1) John Ferguson, born about 1920 in Canada, served in the Royal Canadian Air Force in WW2, he visited his uncle Charles Ferguson (above) at Portland, New South Wales, during WW2.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-2) Susanna Ferguson, born 15 August, 1843 at Langwell, named after her maternal grandmother, died 14 October, 1935 unmarried at Altchuirn, Loch Carron. The whole family is buried in the centre of the old church at Loch Carron near the Estate of Tullich (some 2,000 acres) with the oldest headstone made of cast iron and marble stating in wording cast into the base “The Burial Ground of David Ferguson, Tullich.”
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-3) Fergus Ferguson, born 12 September, 1844 at Langwell, named after his paternal grandfather. He became Tacksman of Monkstadt at Uig on the Isle of Skye, then at Talisker where he farmed 2,500 acres and married April 1903 at Gesto, Struan, Isle of Skye to Jane Anne “Jessie” Cameron (born at Talisker in 1873 to Donald Cameron of Beolary and Jane Macdonald of Balranald) Fergus died at Inverness 20 July, 1907, and Jessie died 1959 at Talisker. They had no children, and are buried in the family plot at Lochcarron.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-4) Isabella Ferguson, born 25 July, 1846 at Langwell, named after her paternal grandmother, Isabella "Bell" McPherson from Tain. Isabella died young and unmarried, 10 September, 1867 of tuberculosis when the family moved to Tullich in the Parish of LochCarron.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-5) Alexander Ferguson, born 6 April, 1848 at Langwell, died 20 November 1926. He became Manager of the Bank of New Zealand at Christchurch. Alexander was also a founder of St Andrews College and member of the Board of Governors there. He supported the founding of a College pipe band which wears the Ferguson tartan. Married at Wellington, New Zealand to Hannah Katherine Agnes “Kate” (? maiden surname not known).
                    They had four children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-5-1) David Ferguson, became a Solicitor and practiced in Auckland.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-5-2) Claude Arthur Ferguson, remained on the land as a farmer near Christchurch.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-5-3) Isabella Ruth Ferguson.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-5-4) Katherine Grace Ferguson, with her sister Isabella she inherited most of their Aunt Susan’s estate.

                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-6) Margaret Ferguson, born 1850, a one year old in the 1851 census, she died young.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-5-7) David William Ferguson, born 26 May, 1852 at Langwell, died unmarried 22 March, 1870, at Tullich, Loch Carron.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-6) Roderick Mackenzie, christened 19 May, 1816 at Ullapool. His father at christening listed as "Murdo McKenzie of Achnaclerach, Ull." It is interesting that eight other children were christened the same day as young Roderick, all with fathers resident at Coigach.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-7) William Mackenzie, from census and death registration records he looks to have been born about 1822, although his father died late 1821, and there is a younger brother, so I suspect his birth year was likely 1820. Malcolm Ferguson calculates the birth date as likely May or June 1821, he writes "My reasoning is he had not had his birthday at the time of the early Census which made him appear born a year later."

                  Not having found records other than christenings for his older brothers, it appears that at the death of his cousin John Mackenzie of Lochinver in 1882 William would have become "heir male to the Tarbat and Cromarty honours", and could have styled himself as "IX of Ardloch", but it is not known whether he was aware of that possibility. On his death the next heir male to the honours would have been a descendant of his uncle, the Honourable Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne.

                  William died 23 June, 1901 as a Widower at Inverness, he married 12 June, 1850 at St. Bride's Church, Liverpool, to Isabella Morrison Ryrie from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.(97) Records with the Stornoway Historical Society record her as "Isabella Marion Ryrie, born in Stornoway 11th July 1830, the youngest child of Lt. Phineas Ryrie (formerly of the 78th Seaforths) and Catherine Morison".(98), that source also noting Catherine Morison as daughter of Roderick Morison (1748-91), of Tanera and Isle Martin. Though from Stornoway, Isabella had strong connection with Ullapool, her grandfather Roderick Morrison started the fishing station on Isle Tanera in 1784, and went on to contract the construction of many of the first buildings at Ullapool when the British Fisheries Society founded the village there in 1788.

                  William's occupation in the 1841 census is listed as "C.G.", which I suspect stood for corn grocer, in 1851 noted as "General Dealer", in records 1881, 1896, and 1901 as a "Retired Merchant", or "General Merchant (Retired)". He was a Trustee in his mother's estate following her death in 1865, and at that time was resident at Eilanriach near Glenelg, across from the Isle of Skye, at time of the sale of the family home at Ullapool in 1869 his own estate was "sequestered", in the hands of trustees, a Scottish form of bankruptcy.(89) In 1881 he and Isabella were with three apparantly unrelated people at "Burnside Cottage" in Logie Wester Parish, Ross and Cromarty.

                  William as well as being a Merchant was Tacksman of Badenscallie from 1829 to 1853 in partnership with another Ullapool Merchant, "Alexander MacKenzie, Senior", Tacksman of Achiltibuie. As noted above with his grandfather I think Alexander served as "Tutor" to Willam during his minority, and his first wife, Jane MacKenzie, was possibly a sister of William's father Murdoch. See Jane and Alexander below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-10.

                  William and Alexander figure prominantly in most histories of the Highland Clearances; finding their Tacks unprofitable they attempted for a few years in the early 1850s to revoke their agreement with the lanndowner, the Marquis of Stafford, then became enmeshed in a scheme to remove several of the Achiltibuie Crofting families to Badentarbat. The crofters refused, and in a period known as "the Coigach Rebellion" they attacked the Sherrif's Officers, defeating the clearance.(99)

                  An interesting letter excerpted in a July 1858 newspaper article notes several acres of formerly waste land near Ullapool had been converted by William (referred to both simply as "William Mackenzie", and also as "William Mackenzie & Co.") into "a perfect model of agricultural operations".(100)

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-1-8) James John Mackenzie, from census and death registration records he looks to have been born about 1823. Malcolm Ferguson calculates the birth after May or June 1822, noting "he was 33 at death 8.5.1856 but would have been 34 the following day or month. So Susan was pregnant with him when Murdo drowned and he was born after his fathers death."

                  James John is noted as unmarried with his Widowed mother at Ullapool in the 1851 census, his occupation a bit unclear seems to read as "Surgeon Uy of Edmr". Presumably that means "University of Edinburgh", as he is in the 1841 census as a Medical Student in the home of a Physician in Edinburgh, and the 1852 Medical Directory of Scotland (page 41) notes him as Medical Officer of Lochbroom, "L.R.C.S. Edin. 1842". "L.R.C.S." is short for "Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons". A large man, with a "portly and athletic figure of eighteen stone weight", not unaccustomed to late night journeys across the mountains to attend to patients, he was known locally as "the Big Doctor", and had a fine singing voice.(101)

                  His death was registered as happening 8 May, 1856 at Ullapool aged 33, unmarried.

              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2) the Honourable Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne(102), born about 1761, likely at Achiltibuie in Coigach, died 15 August, 1844 at Terrebonne in what is now the province of Quebec.

                He was a lifelong friend of Sir Alexander Mackenzie the explorer, and noted in many sources as his cousin. Sir Alex left Scotland at 10 or 12 years of age in 1774, and the two reportedly knew each other there. My guess is Roderick was sent to his Uncle Kenneth's home at Stornoway for several years during the period his family lost Tack of Achiltibuie in 1767; it was not unusual for Scottish families to send a child off to more settled relatives for a few years in times of trouble.

                Roderick was in the fur trade from his own arrival September 1784 in Canada, gaining employment first from his cousin Alexander Mackenzie (later knighted), who was said to be the person who entreated him to emigrate. Roderick is later said to have written the introduction to Alexander's book on his travels.(103)

                Roderick MacKenzie
                The Honourable Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne. Portrait by Berczy about 1811.(104)

                In 1788 Roderick founded Fort Chipewyan, in what is today northern Alberta. An important trading post at the confluence of major rivers, though remote, it is today the longest occupied community in the province, and was known as "Athens of the North", for the library, first in western Canada, Roderick established there.

                Fort Chipewyan
                Fort Chipewyan,
                from file "The Fur Trade", on webpage
                "Canada's First Peoples", see

                From Fort Chipewyan Roderick saw his cousin Alexander off on his voyages of discovery; following the third longest river on the continent to the Arctic, now named "the MacKenzie River", and crossing the Rockies to become the first European to cross North America north of Mexico.

                Alexander MacKenzie painted by Thomas Lawrence (c.1800)
                Alexander MacKenzie painted by Thomas Lawrence
                (c.1800), courtesy National Gallery of Canada

                Roderick probably found his native wife in the area of the Fort. Roderick became a noted historian and ethnologist, among his honours was "Fellow of the Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries at Copenhagen", from 1815 he was a member of the American Antiquarian Society, he was also a member of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. He attempted a project similar to the Statistical Account of Scotland, attempting to circulate a sixty page questionaire to fur traders on the languages, cultures, and natural resources of the fur trade areas.

                Roderick MacKenzie Roderick MacKenzie
                The Honourable Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne, in later life. This picture appears on the website of the "BC Bookworld Author Bank" at A 1925 photograph of the home of Roderick Mackenzie at Terrebonne, from the collection of the Montreal Archives, see

                Much of the data on Roderick and his descendants that follows comes from the researches of John A Coldwell who now lives at Linz in Austria, and descends from fur traders who relate to these Mackenzies, in a complex manner.(105)

                Also Bruno Desbois's sister Veronique (below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6-5-8-1-1) is married to a descendant of Roderick, Bruno has provided much background gleaned from Parish Registers on two of Roderick's children and their descendants; Alexander, and Charles Roderick.(106)

                Roderick is thought to have married three times, firstly to a First Nations woman with no recorded children. If so, that must have been a very short relationship, as he arrived in Canada 1785 and took his second wife, "a la façon du pays" about 1788. The first Christian Missionary was not at Fort Chipewyan till almost 50 years after Roderick's arrival, and all marriages till then were recognized, though rarely documented.

                With that so far unidentified second First Nations wife he had at least four children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1) Nancy Mackenzie, born about 1790 in the Athabasca Territory, she was also known by her First Nations name; Matooskie. She died 24 July, 1851 at Fort Victoria, New Caledonia, the place now known as Victoria, British Columbia. Much of the information that follows comes from descendants of her daughters credited as they appear, with some additional data on those daughters from one of the descendants, Susan Allan d'Ambrosio.(107) (Susan as well has provided christening dates for four of the children, all in the Anglican chapel at York Factory.)

                  Nancy married first in 1813 in the Columbia River area "a la façon du pays" to Chief Factor John George MacTavish (born either 1780 or 1787 at Dunardy, Argyle, Scotland, died 20 or 24 July 1847 of cholera at Lac-des-Duex-Montagnes, Quebec). MacTavish was part of a large and influential fur trade family, his relative Simon died at Montreal as the wealthiest man in North America, he himself was second son of the Chief of Clan MacTavish, and numerous other relatives were prominant in the fur trade.(108)

                  Fort Astoria, 1813
                  Public domain picture credited by Wikipedia to "Oregon: Her History, Her Great Men, Her Literature. By John B. Horner, first copyright 1919"

                  At time of Matooskie's marriage John George McTavish was one of the leaders of an expedition by the North-West Company to capture Fort Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia River, held by the fur company of the American millionaire, John Jacob Astor. One of the leaders in the Astorian Fort was Matooskie's uncle, Donald Mackenzie, below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-8. Some sources note it was one of the most amicable invasions of the War of 1812, as many of the defenders were relatives or old friends of the invaders, and snuck hampers of food out each evening to feed the besiegers. One of the witnesseses to the sale that finally ended the siege was Angus Bethune; husband of Matooskie's sister Louisa. Though not recorded, I wonder if Matooskie's wedding happened during the siege, with her uncle Donald "paroled" from the Fort to give away the bride.

                  MacTavish's character at this time is uncertain, some sources note a previous wife, Charlotte Thomas (also daughter of a fur trader and his "Country wife"), had smothered her own two children in grief and anger at being abandoned by him, an earlier wife was noted as abandoned after nine months,(109) and he is referred to on a Metis website as a "serial abandoner". However, descendant Susan D'Ambrosio notes;

                  "Rather than a "bounder and a Cad" he was more like a sailor as he was always on the move, and his 17 years with Nancy are really rather surprising.".

                  McTavish "discarded" Matooskie in 1830 after 17 years and seven children (only five are identified, probably two died young or at birth), marrying 22 February, 1830 at Edinburgh in Scotland to Catherine Turner (daughter of Keith Turner). On the same expedition Govenor George Simpson similarly abandoned his native wife of many years and their children, marrying his young cousin Frances.(110)

                  Nancy Matooskie Mackenzie
                  Believed to be Nancy Matooskie Mackenzie, photo from family records of her descendant, Diane Johnson
                  There remained some family connections between Matooskie and McTavish through their children; Sylvia van Kirk(111) notes that at his 1830 marriage "McTavish had made it clear to his new wife that she was expected to act as step-mother to several of his older daughters", presumably including the daughter he brought along on the trip while courting his new wife. McTavish names two of their daughters, Elizabeth and Francis, in his 1847 will, likely they were unmarried and living with him then at Lake of Two Mountains.(112) As well, their daughter Mary in 1837 named a son "John George McTavish L. Ross", their daughter Anne married about 1842 living at "Lake of Two Mountains", where McTavish had his estate since 1835, and John George's nephew Dugald Mactavish was a witness at her daughter Grace's 1842 wedding at Fort Vancouver.(113)

                  The five identified daughters of Nancy and John George were;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1) Mary McTavish, born about 1818 at "Athabaska Rupert’s Land", died 23 February, 1887 "aged 68 years"(114) she is noted as a 13 year old student at Montreal in 1830 when her father returned from an expedition to England, on which he took her sister, and on which he married Catherine Turner, abandoning their mother Matooskie, his partner of seventeen years. Mary shocked her father's new wife by showing up unexpectedly at their dinner!(110)

                    Mary married firstly to George Ross, a Hudsons Bay Company Clerk (later a Factor).(105) By time of Mary's second marriage in 1847 she was a Widow.
                    Mary McTavish and George Ross had at least two children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-1) John George McTavish L. Ross, born about 1837 at Mingan (sp?), Hudson's Bay Company Territory, named after his maternal grandfather, he died 30 January, 1889 at Lennox (noted as a "Druggist", Informant noted as "Elizabeth Hill Widow Bath"). He is described at his 29 September, 1873 marriage as a "Gentleman resident at Montreal".(115) He married at South Fredricksburgh, Lennox and Addington County, Ontario to Mary Ham (born 23 June, 1847 at South Fredricksburgh to George Ham and Eleanor Pruyn, died 6 February, 1923(116)). One of the witnesses at the marriage was "Roderick Kennedy of Bath", John's stepfather. In the 1881 census they are at Fredericksburg with Mary's family.
                      They had two sons, both died young;(117)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-1-1) Donald MacTavish Ross, born 26 December, 1874 at Bath, his father noted as a "Druggist". He died there 31 May, 1875.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-1-2) Roderick Mackenzie Ross, born 30 August, 1876 at Bath, died there 16 September, 1876.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-2) Thomas Keith Ross, born 1840, died 1901 and buried at Webster City, Iowa, U.S.A. He married firstly 22 April, 1863 at Bath, Lennox County, Ontario to Harriet Adaliza (or Adeline?) "Ada" Roblin (born about 1841 at Napanee, Ontario to David Phillip/Allen Roblin and Pamela "Millie" Hawley).(118)), the registration noting him born at "Canada East", modern Quebec.(119)

                      Like his step-father, Thomas was a doctor, noted as practicing at Bath, Odessa and Napanee from at least 1863 to 1871.(120)

                      They had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-2-1) Frederick Kennedy Ross, born 2 February, 1875 at Earnestown, Lennox and Addington County, Ontario, Canada.(121)

                    Mary McTavish married secondly 22 June, 1847 to Dr. Roderick Kennedy, a Doctor born 8 July, 1822 at Cumberland House, Saskatchewan (to parents Alexander Kennedy and Mary Bear, he died 15 March 1911 at Kingston, Ontario). Roderick retired from the Hudson's Bay Company in 1850, moving the family south from his posting at Moose Factory to the village of Bath in Upper Canada, on the beautiful Bay of Quinte. Mary died there in 1886.(122)
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-3) (daughter) Kennedy, died young.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-4) Alexander Kennedy, born 28 June, 1854, died 1918,(123) like his father he became a doctor, and practiced many years near to Bath on Amherst Island where he is buried at Glenwood Cemetery. He married 1 January, 1878 at St. John's church, Bath, Addington County, to Ida Howard of Bath (born 1860 at Bath to Thomas Edward Howard and his wife Mary Martha, died about 1909). 1881 census has Ida as "Ida M. Kennedy", 21 years old, 1901 census has Alexander as divorced. At time of their marriage Alexander was noted as a doctor at Port Perry, Ontario.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-4-1) Rev. Alexander Howard Kennedy, B.A., born July, 1880. In the 1911 obituary of his grandfather he was noted as living at Sommerville, Massachusetts (near Boston)
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-4-2) Roderick McTavish Isbister Kennedy, born 15 July, 1881 at Bath, (his father noted as doctor there), in the 1911 obituary of his grandfather he was noted as living at Portland (Ontario?).

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-5) Roderick Kennedy, born 16 May, 1859 in Ontario, unmarried with his parents at Bath in the 1881 census he later married Catharine "Kate" Colquhoun (born 11 September, 1865 in Ontario), in the 1901 census this couple with three children are at Fullarton, Perth County. In a 1911 obituary of his father Roderick was noted as a Professor of Music.
                      Their children included;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-5-1) Hugh Roy Kennedy, born 13 October, 1889.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-5-2) Lena May Kennedy, born 18 September, 1893 at Bath (father noted as "Farmer").
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-5-3) Archibald Gordon Kennedy, born 18 September, 1895.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-1-5-4) Duncan Kenneth Kennedy, born 27 March, 1897.

                    Following the death of Mary, Dr.Kennedy married a second time, to Mary Walkem from nearby Kingston, Ontario, who also predeceased him, with no children.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2) Flora McTavish, christened 27 August, 1822 in the Anglican chapel at York Factory, died 1888 and was buried in St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church cemetery in Montreal. She was a student at the Red River school of Mrs. Cockrane in the early 1830s.(111) At marriage in 1836 she was resident at the picteuresque Chats Falls on the Ottawa River (in the then District of Montreal in the Province of Lower Canada), the wedding took place there. Her father purchased the HBC farm at Chats Falls in 1837.(124)

                    Chats Falls
                    H.B.Co Canoes at Chats Falls
                    painted 1838 by Philip John Bainbrigge (1817-1881)
                    original at Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1983-47-18
                    copyright statement at Wikipedia

                    She married firstly 6 September, 1836 at "the Chats" to Thomas Fraser (born about 1777 at Inverness-shire, Scotland, died 31 January, 1849 at Abitibi as Chief Trader). Marie Fraser of the Clan Fraser Society of Canada notes Thomas was engaged by McTavish, Frobisher of Montreal as an apprentice clerk for six years, and later joined the Hudson's Bay Company.(125)
                    Their children (clearly named for the Govenor of the Hudson's Bay Company and his wife);

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-1) George Simpson Fraser, born 23 January, 1839 at Abitibi, died 21 November, 1883 without heirs, "Intestate". In 1887 his sister Frances sued their mother and half siblings for inheritance on her own and her late brother's sake from their father.(126)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-2) Frances E. A. Fraser, born 11 February, 1842 at Lachine. She sued the estate of her mother in 1887 as her father's will had said if Flora remarried the inheritance should then go to her and her brother.

                    Flora married secondly 31 March, 1853 to James Stewart Watt (born 1827 at Stromness, Mainland, Orkney, christened there 20 March, 1827 to parents Alexander Watt and Jane Malcolm, died 1878). They had at least four children;

                    Photograph | Masters A. and J., and 
Miss Flora Watt, Montreal, QC, 1862 | I-2695.1

                    Masters A. and J., and Miss Flora Watt,
                    Montreal, QC, 1862
                    McCord Museum, I-2695.1

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3) Alexander McTavish Watt.(127) born 15 June, 1854, died 1908 and buried at Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa, Ontario,(128) the 1901 census has him and his wife Catherine E "Kate" Ryan (born 16 September, 1859 in Quebec to Roderick Ryan and Cecelia Judge, died 1926, noted on memorial stone with maiden surname as "Ryan") as lodgers at Montreal with no children with them, possibly at a hotel. Kate's Ryan family were noted lumbermen in Ottawa.
                      Their four children;(129)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-1) Cecilia Watt, born 1885, died 1900.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2) James Stewart Watt, born 1 March, 1890 at Montreal, Quebec, died 18 October, 1939 at Montreal and buried at Ottawa, married 7 March, 1931 to Marjorie Helen Annett (born 9 July, 1898 at Gaspe Basin, Gaspe, Quebec christened 14 August, 1898 in St. Paul's Church, Gaspe Basin). He worked for twentyfive years for the Bank of Montreal.(130)
                        They had two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1) James Alexander "Roger" "Rody" Watt, born 17 January, 1932 at Montreal, died 25 March, 2011, he married 8 September, 1956 at Montreal to Barbara Henderson (daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman Parke Woods).(131) His obituary in the Globe and Mail(132) notes;

                          "Retired Partner with Sobeco Ernst & Young, Rody's business experience spanned three international consulting organizations, a major Canadian bank and large industrial conglomerate."

                          Rody`s brother Graham wrote a touching tribute to him, see

                          Rody and Barbara had three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-1) Jaime Watt, born 16 October, 1958 at Toronto(133) and noted in his father`s obituary as living there. He was first married to Lesley Anne Scott (born 29 August, 1956 to Vic Scott and Vere Matthews, died 16 August, 2011). Lesley was a noted athlete, and was a Canadian national swimming champion.(134)
                            Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-1-1) Heather Watt, married to Matthew Sparks and lives at Toronto. Though she had a cherished relationship to her mother she was raised by her two fathers, Jaime and Paul.(135)

                            Jaime married secondly to Paul Ferguson. Jaime is a Conservative Party strategist and chairman of the Navigator communications firm. Derek Vanstone, who was chief of staff to Ontario’s attorney general, Jim Flaherty, said of Jaime;(135)

                            “a trailblazer who made it easier for people to be gay and Conservative, including myself.” and noted "it is thanks to Watt that Ontario, under the Conservative government of Mike Harris (Watt played a key role in getting him elected), changed every single statute that dealt with common-law couples and gave same-sex spouses the same rights. It was the single biggest voluntary step [for gay rights] any government in Canada has ever taken.”

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-2) Susan Watt, wife of Bill Stewart, noted in her father`s obituary as living at Delta, B.C. From her father's obituary her children look to be;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-2-1) Grant Stewart
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-2-2) Jessica Stewart
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-2-3) Megan Stewart

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-3) Patti Watt, wife of Greg Baker, noted in her father`s obituary as living at London, Ontario. From her father's obituary her children look to be;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-3-1) Emma Baker
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-1-3-2) Mackenzie Baker

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-2-2) Graham McTavish Watt, born 1934, lives at Sackville, New Brunswick where he is still working in the advertising business. Married twice, his youngest of five children was born 1999.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-3) Roderick McKenzie Watt, born 5 November, 1893, died 1969. 1939 obituary of his brother James and 1941 obituary of his uncle Roger Ryan notes him with title "Major", married to Hazel, living at Chilliwack, B.C. In WW1 he received the Military Cross in 1916 for conspicuous bravery, when as forward observation officer with the artillery he saved several wounded soldiers. A 1957 article has him visiting his sister at Montreal, his place then noted as "of Chilliwack and Big Creek, B.C.", same visit he planned to attend a reunion of the 5th Brigade of Canadian Field Artillery.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-3-4) Ethel Graham Watt, born 1889, died 22 October, 1973 at Montreal, husband or surviving children if any not noted in her obituary.(136) She was a prominant Montreal social worker, honoured for her work in 1935 with an M.B.E., and was for many years an officer of the Canadian Club of Montreal. 1939 obituary of her brother James and 1941 obituary of her uncle Roger Ryan notes her as married to (?) Coghlin, living at Montreal.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4) Flora Stewart Watt, born 10 May, 1857, married at Montreal to William B. Burland, a Doctor (born 10 May, 1845, died 19 March, 1904 at Montreal).
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4-1) S. B. Burland, a son born 8 July, 1872 at Montreal, predeceased his father.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4-2) William Watt Burland, born 24 March, 1878 at Montreal, died 17 December, 1935 and buried at Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, his memorial notes him as "Lieut-Colonel, D.S.O. 14th BATTN, C.E.F."(137) He was an unmarried boarder at the home of his sister Maud at Montreal in the 1911 census, though noted with a wife in 1929 at Montreal. He had a distinquished military career, as a Lieutenant-Colonel in WW1 he was second and then first in command of the 14th Battalion of Montreal. Wounded in the Battle of Ypres he took little time for convelescance, was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for distinguished services under fire and was "Mentioned in Despatches" three times. Toward the end of the war he was appointed General Staff Officer for the Ninth Corps, Imperial Army.(138)
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4-3) Maud Burland, born 18 June, 1880 at Montreal. I think this is the two year old daughter "Louise" in the 1881 census, and though the birthdate does not completely agree, the Maud in the 1911 census born May 1879, as that Maud has a daughter "Flora", and boarders "Burland". She married Arthur Magill, an accountant (born February 1878 in the United States, immigrated to Canada in 1897), they had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4-3-1) Flora Magill, born July 1910 at Montreal.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-4-4) Benjamin Stewart "Ben" Burland, born April 1881 at Montreal, died 17 January, 1947 at Montreal,(139) an unmarried boarder at the home of his sister Maud at Montreal in the 1911 census. He married May Butler (born 25 November, 1881 to Lt. Col. Thomas Page Butler and Mary Jane Cooke). May came from a military family; her father had been Commander of the Prince of Wales Fusilliers.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-5) James M. Watt, born sometime after his sister Flora in 1857, appears about three years old in an 1862 photograph, so probably born about 1859.(140)
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-2-6) Marguerite "Margaret" "Maggie" A. G. Watt, born 1863 in Quebec.

                      Photograph | Maggie Watt, Montreal, 
QC, 1864 | I-12084.1

                      Maggie Watt, Montreal, QC, 1864
                      McCord Museum, I-12084.1

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3) Margaret McTavish, christened 24 August, 1823 in the Anglican chapel at York Factory. She married around 1840 to Courtney Meade Walker (born 14 April, 1812 in Nicholasville, Jessamine, Kentucky, died 1887 at Tillamook, Tillamook County, and buried at Blaine, Tillamook). Walker was one of the first Americans to come to Oregon in 1834, arriving with a party of missionaries as a clerical assistant, he then worked for American fur traders, before being employed by the "enemy", the Hudson's Bay Company. They settled in the Willamette Valley, where they raised at least seven children on their farm. The 1860 census as well as their children includes a 13 year old "Nancy Morris", born at Iowa, attending school. Given the forename matching that of Margaret's mother it is tempting to imagine her as the daughter of a not yet documented sister of Margaret, who married someone surnamed "Morris". Future research might prove or disprove the guess.(141)

                    Courtney Meade Walker was descendant of a prominant Kentucky and Virginia family, with relatives who had served in the U.S. War of Independance and later the Civil War. A sense of adventure led him to throw all that off, to emigrate to what was then known as "wilderness" in Oregon. He did well there, negotiating treatys with the Indian Tribes, and being elected Chief Clerk of the Oregon Territorial Government when the area was annexed to the U.S.A. in 1849. The 1860 census lists Walker as a surveyor. By time of the 1870 census it appears Margaret had died, and Walker had relocated to Tillamook County where he was living alone.(142)

                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-1) Helen Walker, born about 1842, died 25 October, 1888 at New York City, married as the first wife 12 July, 1865 at Yamhill County to John Cummings (born 13 May, 1838 in Indiana to William Cummings and Almira Clark). Cummings represented Yamhill County in the state legislature. They later went to Idaho where Cummings became Collector of Internal Revenue, then moved to New York where he practiced law. Cummings remarried in 1895 to Sarah L. Henshaw of New York City, and died 30 October, 1916 at Portland, Oregon.(143)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2) Dugald Walker, ("Dougald" in some records) born 19 February, 1844 at Tillamook, Tillamook County, died 2 July, 1920 at Kingman, Mohave, Arizon, and is buried there, where some descendants still live. Dugald married 9 February, 1872 at Baker City, Baker, Oregon to Anne "Annie" May McMurren (born 28 May, 1853 at Henry County, Iowa to Thomas McMurren and Annie McKern, died 20 October, 1943 in Kingman, also buried there 23 October, 1943).
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-1) Frank "Benjamin" Walker, born December 1872 at Baker City, Baker, Oregon, died at San Francisco, California (7 years old in the 1880 census).
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2) Edward Meed Walker, born 14 October, 1880 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 6 December, 1931 at Prescott and buried there, married 17 September, 1910 at Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona to Ivy Elender Brooks (born 4 February, 1890 at Eddy, New Mexico to Ephriam Brooks and Margaret Rogers, died 16 August 1967 at Prescott and buried there).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-1) Elsie Muriel Walker, born 11 July, 1911 at Los Angeles, California, married Floyd Murphey (born 10 April, 1906) "Murphy" in the 1940 census at Prescott, Arizona is noted as Mechanic at the Veteran's Hospital.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-1-1) James Murphey, born about 1931 in Arizona.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-1-2) Raymond Douglas Murphey, born 4 June, 1938 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 29 October, 1993 at Nacogdoches, Nachogdoches, Texas, married firstly 11 May, 1963 at Seligman, Yavapai, Arizona to Carol Ann Hughes (born 27 July, 1945) with two daughters, married secondly 30 May, 1987 to Mary Benton.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-2) Dorothy Evelyn Walker, born 3 June, 1912 at Mayer, Arizona, died 4 February, 1936 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married Jimmy Oday.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3) Marjorie Louise Walker, born 8 August, 1913 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 18 January, 2005 at Hillside, Yavapai, Arizona, married firstly 5 April, 1933 at Kingman, Arizona to Carmen Woodrow Williams (born 7 March, 1913 at Weed, New Mexico to Tazier Williams and Allie Combs, he died November 1999 at Phoenix, Arizona and is buried there).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-1) Mohea Louise Williams, born 21 January, 1934 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married firstly 14 October, 1950 at Prescott to Russell Walker Meredith, (born 6 September, 1930 at Flagstaff, Arizona), married secondly 20 June, 1977 at Reno, Nevada to Tim Whitaker (born 6 August, 1947 at Kingman, Mohave, Arizona).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-2) Woodrow Edward Williams, born 9 April, 1935 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died January 2004 at Phoenix, Arizona, married firstly Susan Martin (born 5 December, 1942, died 11 December, 1995 at Farmington, New Mexico). Woodrow married secondly in 1956 to Bernice Reese (born 15 September, 1936 at Flagstaff, Arizona).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-3) Donna Josephine Williams, born 23 September at 1936, Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married John Ted Wagner (born 29 March, 1938 at Arkansas).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-4) Robert Fozier Williams, born 10 November, 1938 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 6 December, 1938 at Prescott.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-5) Albert Marvin Williams, born 15 October, 1939 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married firstly 31 December, 1959 at New Mexico to Maxine Linda Madres (born 13 September, 1940 at Prescott). Albert married secondly 4 April, 1986 to Mary Ann Allmon (born 20 September, 1953 at Prescott).
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-6) Taylor Leroy Williams, born 22 October, 1941 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 10 January, 1942 at Prescott.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-7) Margarie Bell Williams, born 9 November, 1942 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 27 December, 1949 at Prescott and is buried there.
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-8) Marilynn Ann Williams, born 9 November, 1942 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 11 November, 1942 at Prescott and buried there.
                          9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-9) Karen Fay Williams, born 11 November, 1944 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married 2 July, 1960 at Cedar City, Utah to William Fuller (born 20 March, 1937).

                          Dorothy Evelyn Walker married secondly 17 August, 1946 at Gallup, New Mexico to Garnet Solomon Sipes (born 6 January, 1914 at Spearfish, Lawrence, South Dakota to Edward Sipes and Georgiana Wilson, died 24 May, 1993 at Hillside, Yavapai, Arizona and buried 27 May, 1993 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona)
                          Children of Marjorie and Garnet;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-10) Sharon Kay Sipes, born 5 June, 1947 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married 18 December, 1964 at Bagdad, Yavapai, Arizona to J. Leroy Sukoksy (born 8 December, 1942 at Tarenum, Pennsylvania).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-11) Garnet Solomon Sipes, Jr., born 8 October, 1948 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 13 December, 2004 at Phoenix, Arizona and buried 18 December, 2004 at Prescott, married 21 October, 1972 at Bagdad, Yavapai, Arizona to Roberta Annette Douglas (born 22 June, 1952 at Wickenburg, Maricopa, Arizona).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-12) Ivy Ann Sipes, born 16 March, 1950 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married firstly Dave Love, married secondly 20 May, 1966 at Albuquerque, New Mexico to Lafayette Gaylean (born 22 May, 1940 in Texas), married thirdly in 1973 at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada to Johnnie Wilburn Rippey.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-13) Rodney Edward Sipes, born 8 October, 1952 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married in 1972 to Cindy Douglas (born 1955 at Bagdad, Yavapai, Arizona).
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-3-14) Mark Thomas Sipes, born 4 December, 1955 at Bagdad, Yavapai, Arizona, married firstly 22 March, 1975 at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada to Virginia Lorraine Rippey, married secondly 1 April, 1996 at Bagdad, Yavapai, Arizona to Pam Faddis (born 25 May, 1959 at Phoenix, Arizona).

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4) Robert Douglas Walker, born 19 May, 1915 at Payson, Gila, Arizona, died 10 September, 1985 at Reno, Washoe, Nevada, and buried 25 September, 1985 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregon. married firstly to Harvina R. Watts (born at San Benito, Texas).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-1) Douglas Riley Walker, born 17 June, 1943 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 6 October, 1943 at Prescott, and buried there.

                          Robert Douglas Walker married secondly 21 February, 1946 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona to Hazel Maxine Quimby (born 19 February, 1928 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregon as daughter of Henry Quimby and Blanche Gourley, died 8 October, 2000 at Spokane, Washington, buried 13 October, 2000, at Portland, Multnomah, Oregon).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-2) Stannard Douglas Walker, born 18 October, 1948 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregon, died 22 December, 1998 at Salem, Marion, Oregon, buried 27 August, 1973 at Klamath Falls, married 31 August, 1967 at Juarez, Mexico to Janice Ruth Graham (born 23 October, 1947 at Coaldale, Schuykill, Pennsylvania)
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-3) Robert "David" Walker, born 18 October, 1948 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregon, died 22 December, 1998 at Salem, Marion, Oregon, buried 29 December, 1998 at Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, married 31 August, 1967 at Juarez, Mexico to Janice Ruth Graham (born 23 October, 1947 at Coaldale, Schuykill, Pennsylvania). Jan is the researcher who has provided the data on Walker descendants.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-3-1) Richard Merle Walker, born 15 July, 1968, married Shawn Rene Rumer (born 18 October, 1967). Since divorced, but with a new partner has two young children.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-3-2) Cynthia Leann Walker, born 4 March, 1970, married to Robert Shane Blevins (born 11 March, 1970). Since divorced, have children.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-4-4) Patsy Joann Walker, born 16 March, 1953, married 3 September, 1971 at Klamath Falls, Klamath, Oregon to Allen Greer (born 30 March, 1953 at Klamath Falls).

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-5) Enid Adeline Walker, born 30 September, 1918 at Humboldt, Arizona, died 18 May, 1997 at Cottonwood, Arizona and buried 23 May, 1997 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married 3 August, 1937 at Prescott to Joe Edwards (born 6 October, 1916 at Prescott, died 28 November, 1989 at Prescott and buried there 1 December, 1989).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-5-1) Jack R. Edwards, born 4 December, 1941 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married 9 December, 1961 to Dorothy Jackson.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-5-2) Joseph M. Edwards, born 16 June, 1946 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-5-3) Bradley Randal Edwards, born 12 April, 1956 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, married 6 July, 1979 to Christi Mower.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-6) Fay Vera Walker, born 29 August, 1919 at Mayer, Arizona, married Ivan Lloyd.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-2-7) Edward Ephriam Walker, born 27 July, 1920 at Mayer, Arizona, died 8 August, 1988 at El Cajon, California.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-3) Emma M. Walker, born March 1880 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died at Amarillo, Texas.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-4) Mary Walker, born November 1882.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-5) Dora Walker.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-6) Minnie E. Walker, born April 17, 1885 at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died September 27, 1938 at Auburn, California, married Louis Janc.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-7) Annie Walker, born at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-2-8) Inez Walker, born at Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, died 16 August, 1972 at Kingman, Arizona, married Sylvester McGee.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-3) George Walker, born about 1846.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-4) Rachel Walker, born about 1850.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-5) John Walker, born about 1852.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-6) Nancy Walker, born about 1856. Living at Portland, Oregon in 1875.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-7) Mary Walker, born about 1859.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-8) Samuel Walker (birth year and order not certain).
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-9) Jacob Walker, born about 1864, christened aged about 4 on 31 August, 1868. In 1875 living with the family of a Mrs. Kennedy at Eugene City, Oregon, who planned on moving to St.Paul the next year. Cannot see him in the 1880 U.S. census.
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-3-10) Joseph Raymond Walker, born 1868.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4) Anne "Anny" McTavish, christened 27 August or September, 1826 in the Anglican chapel at York Factory, in what is now Manitoba. She died sometime after the 1881 census at Chambord, Lac St-Jean West, Quebec.

                    Anne married firstly about 1842 at Lake of Two Mountains, Quebec, to George Munro Skene (born about 1820 at Auldearn, Nairn, Scotland to Robert Skene and Christian Hay Munro, he died 22 March, 1863 at Chambord, Lac St-Jean West, Quebec, and was buried there). Anne's father John George McTavish was also living at Lake of Two Mountains at time of her wedding, probably Anne with him.

                    (See footnote 144 for credits to sources on the following descent from Anne and George).

                    Anne McTavish Skene
                    Anne McTavish Skene, photo from family records from descendant Diane Johnson

                    Their children;

                    The following section, Elizabeth McTavish "Lizzie" Skene and her descent, is undergoing edits based on correspondance with descendant Diane Johnson, and possibly contains errors.

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1) Elizabeth McTavish "Lizzie" Skene, born 20 July, 1843 in Quebec, died 26 November, 1923 at Vankleek, Ontario, and buried 26 November, 1923 at Brookside Cemetery in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Elizabeth married George Roderick Kenneth Mackenzie. An interesting history for George, he was born 20 September, 1840 at the HBCo post of New Brunswick House, Lake Missanabie,(145) in what is now Ontario to parents the trader Peter Mackenzie (who was himself born at Ledmore in Assynt) and Josette Monier. George died 31 December, 1918 at Winnipeg and was buried 2 January, 1919 there at Brookside Cemetery. George's father Peter was a brother of Margaret Mackenzie, who was wife of another Mackenzie in this chart, Kenneth at 2-1-4-3-3-1-1

                      The six children of Lizzie Skene and George R. K. Mackenzie;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-1) George Skene Mackenzie, born 2 June, 1868, died 1961 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, married Christina Adair (born 1870 to Alexander Adair and Leticia Livingston, died 1961).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-1-1) Roderick George MacKenzie, born 4 August, 1899, died 26 July, 1973 at Winnipeg, married Anona Joyce Eady (born 1904 at Carleton Place, Ontario to John Eady and Mary Anne Payne, died 1992 at Winnipeg). They had two children.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-1-2) Ethel Elizabeth MacKenzie, born 9 March, 1904 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, died 28 November, 1993 at Aberdeen, Victoria, Australia, married Russell Oliver Wilkes (born 28 June, 1905 at Hamilton, Ontario to Alfred William Wilkes and Margaret Belle Dorland, died 24 May, 1997 at North Vancouver, B.C.)
                          They had at three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-4-2-1) Diane Johnson, source of most of the data on this line of descent.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-4-2-2) (daughter)
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-4-2-3) (child)

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-2) Isabella "Bella" Mackenzie, born 16 July, 1869, died 28 December, 1928 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, married 29 May, 1897 at Winnipeg to Herbert Aubrey Tremayne (born 28 November, 1874 at London, England to John Tremayne and wife Charlotte). In the 1911 census Bella is at Winnipeg with her parents and daughter, marked as married and surname as "Tremayne", but husband not present. Diane Johnson's research notes Herbert twice applied to enter the Army in WW1; firstly 31 October, 1915 at Port Arthur, Ontario, secondly 25 October, 1916 at Winnipeg where he was accepted.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-2-1) Marguerite G "Gladys" Tremayne, born 9 September, 1899 at Port Simpson, B.C.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-3) Florence Annie Mackenzie, born 10 September, 1870.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-4) Margaret Smith "Maggie" Mackenzie, born 18 February, 1872 at Weymontishing, Quebec, died 5 October, 1963 at Victoria, Australia, later known as "Aunt Pat" because she married Lambert O. Paterson (born 13 April, 1860 at Leith, Midlothian, Scotland to Robert Young Patterson and Elizabeth Farnie, died 28 December, 1932 at Deep Cove, Sidney, a suburb of Victoria). They were in the 1901 census at St. François-Xavier, Selkirk District, Manitoba with no children noted.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-5) Peter Watt Mackenzie, born 2 March, 1876, died 25 March, 1961 at Sidney, B.C. (a suburb of Victoria), married Harriet Sinclair Strang (born 4 August, 1882 in Canada, died 19 November, 1948 at Victoria, B.C.). Harriet had first been married to (?) Swan, with a son David.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-1-6) Elizabeth Maude "Bessie" Mackenzie, born 20 July, 1881.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2) Christine Skene, born 25 April, 1846, married 5 April, 1869, at Roberval, Quebec to Pierre Fortin (born 15 June, 1842 to Ignace Fortin and Colette Riverin). Pierre is a Widower in the 1911 census with the family of his daughter Françoise, the Household just before that of his son Jean-Baptiste, "Johnny".
                      Their ten children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1) Georges Fortin, born about 1870, married 17 February, 1896 at Chambord to Léda Doré (born 1 July, 1878 and christened the next day to parents Jules Doré and Joséphine Létourneau)
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1) Alice Fortin, married 5 April, 1926 at Chambord to René Dallaire (born about 2 April, 1900 to Joseph Dallaire and Julie Bourdon).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-1) Yvonne-Gilberte Dallaire, married 23 October, 1946 at St-André-du-Lac, Quebec, to Armand-Louis Tremblay (son of Elie Tremblay and Rosée Tremblay).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-2) Jean-Paul Dallaire, married 6 July, 1963 at St-André-du-Lac to Colombe Duchesne (daughter of Rosario Duchesne and Alice Tremblay).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-1) Alain Dallaire.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2) Johanne Dallaire.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-3) Georges-Emile Dallaire, married 29 September, 1954 at Normandin, Maria-Chap., Quebec, to Béatrice St-Pierre (born September 1933 to Joseph St-Pierre and Julie-Anna Guay, died 17 December, 2005).
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-3-1) Carole Dallaire, married Jacque Gravel.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-3-2) Gilles Dallaire, married Christine Michaud.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-3-3) Michel Dallaire, married Mireille Beauregard.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-3-4) Chantale Dallaire, deceased.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-1-4) Cécile Dallaire, married 26 October, 1968, St-André-du-Lac, Quebec, to Jean-Marie Boily (son of Joseph Boily and Anna Allard).

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2) Ida Fortin, married 8 July, 1918 at Chambord, Quebec to Méridée Gagnon (born 17 January, 1893 to Philippe Gagnon and Vitaline Boivin).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2-1) Antoinette Gagnon, married Louis-Georges Thibault (son of Ludger Thibault and Blanche Tremblay).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2-2) Sylvio Gagnon, has died, was married to Cécile Rainville (daughter of Paul Rainville and Léda Allard, she is also deceased).
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1) Céline Gagnon, married Bertrand Bérubé (born April 1948 to Louis-Joseph Bérubé and Yvette Hudon, died 27 April, 2005).

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2-3) Georges-Henri Gagnon, married Rosa Brouillette (daughter of Jeffrey Brouillette and Alma Fortin).
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-2-3-1) Georges Gagnon, born 26 November, 1960, married 21 September, 1985 at Alma, Lac-St-Jean-Est, Quebec to Caroline Dallaire (born 1964 to Marcel Dallaire and Louisianne Dallaire).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-3) Henri Fortin, has died, married 27 February, 1922 at Chambord, Quebec, to Alice Perron (born 4 March, 1905 to Joseph-Médéric Perron and Léonide Alida Simard, died 15 April, 1986).
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-4) Yvonne Fortin, died 1924, married Patrick Tremblay (born about 15 October, 1896).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-4-1) Marie-Berthe Tremblay, died 1957, married Raoul Boutin (born 1927).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-4-2) Davey Tremblay, has died, was married to Emilie Lapointe (born July 1926, died 20 February, 2006).

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-1-5) Louise Fortin, died before 1938, married 29 June, 1925 at Chambord, Quebec to Charles-Henri Dallaire (son of Joseph Dallaire and Julie Bourdon).

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2) Robert Fortin, born about 1871, married 3 April, 1894 at Chambord, Quebec to Alphonsine Audet-Lapointe (born about 1870 to Ephrem Audet-Lapointe and Philomène Paré).(146)
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1) Christine Fortin, married 5 April, 1921 at Chambord, Quebec to Arthur Boivin (born 23 September, 1897 to Albert Boivin and Cédulie Morin).
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1) Raymonde Boivin, married 31 August, 1949 at Chambord to Louis-Georges Bouchard (son of Alfred Bouchard and Marie-Louise Gaudreault).
                            Their seven children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-1) Florent Bouchard, married Lise Murray.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-2) Albert Bouchard, married 28 August, 1976 at Saint-Michel de Mistassini to Francine Cossette (daughter of Jean-Robert Cossette and Fernande Tremblay).
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-3) Jean-Paul Bouchard, married 4 August, 1979 at Laterrière to Holga Bolduc (daughter of Jean Bolduc and Lucille Darveau).
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-4) Marc Bouchard, married 7 August, 1982 at Saint-Joachim, Chicoutimi to Sylvie Potvin (daughter of Joseph Potvin and Berthe Tremblay).
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-5) Françoise Bouchard, married Guy Chandonnet.
                            6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-6) Jules Bouchard.
                            7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-1-1-7) Alain Bouchard.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-2) Adélard Fortin, married 7 July, 1924 at St-Fr.-de-Sales, Quebec, to Jeanne Grenon (born about April 1904 to Louis Grenon and Emilie Girard).
                          Their child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-2-1) Denise Fortin, married in 1970 at Métabetchouan/Lac-à-la-Croix, Lac-St-Jean-Est, Quebec, to Jean-Guy Clouthier (son of Jean-Joseph Clouthier and Rose Gagnon).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3) Blandine Fortin, has died, married 20 October, 1919 at Chambord, Quebec, to Louis Bérubé (born about 9 August, 1894 to Hilaire Bérubé and Hénédine Laroche).
                          Their fourteen children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-1) Berthe Bérubé, married firstly 30 June, 1942 at Albanel, Maria-Chap., Quebec to Félix Gagnon (born 20 May, 1914 to Léger Gagnon and Albertine Thibault).
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-1-1) Yvonne Gagnon, married to Jean-Guy Théberge (son of Napoléon Théberge and Gérardine Nugent).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-1-2) Pauline Gagnon, married firstly to Yvon Doucet (son of Louis Doucet and Lucia Pouliot). Pauline is now partner to Gaétan Fortin (son of Edouard Fortin and Armandine Langevin).
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-1-3) Monique Gagnon, married Gabriel Prévost (son of François Prévost and Gabrielle Pouliot).
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-1-4) Léo Gagnon, married Lisette Thibault.

                            Berthe Bérubé married secondly to Joseph-Elie Lavoie (born October 1921 to Ernest Lavoie and Marie Laprise, died 16 February, 2005 at Dolbeau-Mistassini, Maria-Chap., Quebec).

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2) Thérèse Bérubé, married 15 June, 1938 at Albanel, Maria-Chap., Quebec to Edmour St-Pierre (born August 1917 to Cyprien St-Pierre and Elodia Trottier, died 23 August, 2006).
                            Their ten children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-1) Rolande St-Pierre.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-2) Céline St-Pierre, married firstly to André Asselin, and secondly to Richard Vallée (son of Roland Vallée and Emiliose Lamontagne).
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-3) Henri St-Pierre, married to Jacqueline Routhier (daughter of Charles Routhier and Rolande Doré).
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-4) Rita St-Pierre, married to Antonin Bernard.
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-5) Lauréat St-Pierre, married firstly to Jacqueline Lambert (since died), and secondly to Carmel Marcil.
                            6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-6) Claudette St-Pierre, married to Gérald Martel.
                            7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-7) Diane St-Pierre, married to John Michaud.
                            8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-8) Michel St-Pierre, married to Marthe Martel.
                            9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-9) Réjean St-Pierre, married to Christine Marceau.
                            10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-2-10) Réal St-Pierre, married to Guylaine Goudreault.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-3) Odile Bérubé, married Denis Néron (son of Rosario Néron and Alzire Richer, he has died).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-4) Hilaire Bérubé, has died, married Marie-Irène Frigon (daughter of Ovide Frigon and Irène Valois).
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-5) Marie-Jeanne Bérubé, married Aldéric Doucet.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-6) Jean-Louis Bérubé, married to Thérèse Roy.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-7) Béatrice Bérubé, married to Roland Lavoie (has died).
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-8) Pierrette Bérubé, married to Edmond-Louis Lavoie.
                          9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-9) Jacqueline Bérubé, married to Roland St-Hilaire (he has died).
                          10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-10) Laurence Bérubé, married to Guy Pouliot (he has died).
                          11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-11) Anita Bérubé, married to Gilles Pouliot.
                          12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-12) Robert Bérubé, married to Raymonde Nugent.
                          13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-13) Raymond Bérubé, married to Gracia Grimard.
                          14. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-3-14) Gaston Bérubé.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-4) Jacqueline Fortin, married 2 July, 1946 at Albanel, Maria-Chap., Quebec to Roland St-Hilaire (son of Emile Guérin-St-Hilaire and Olivine Roy, he has died).
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-5) Aurélien Fortin, married 19 July, 1934 at Alma, Lac-St-Jean-Est, Quebec to Yvonne Valleé (daughter of Edmond Valleé and Rosanna Rochon).
                          Their child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-2-5-1) Georges-Edmond Fortin, married to Lisette Doré (born 1940 to Adélard Doré and Léa-Léontine Bildeau).

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3) Jean-Baptiste "Johnny" Fortin, born 12 August, 1874, married 10 January, 1898 at Chambord, Quebec to Marie-Louise Pagé (born 8 February, 1871 to Antoine Pagé and Marie Potvin). The 1901 census at Sainte-Flore, Champlain and 1911 census at St. Louis de Metabetchouan, Chicoutimi and Saguenay have him as "Johnny".
                        They had at least four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-1) Henri Fortin, born 2 October, 1898.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2) Bernadette Fortin, born 12 September, 1900, married 13 April 1920 at Roberval to Léonidas Tardif (son of Delvis Tardif and Adèle Dufour).
                          Their eleven children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1) Jean-Georges Tardif, married firstly 4 January, 1944 at Roberval to Gemma Duchesne (born December 1917 to Théodore Duchesne and Marguerite Néron, died 26 November, 2005).
                            Their five children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1-1) Lisette Tardif, married to Richard Privé (son of Adélard Privé and Anita Laflamme).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1-2) Réal Tardif, married to Dale Nolan.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1-3) Denise Tardif, married to Jocelyn Verreault (born September 1944 to Uldéric Verreault and Irène Lachance, has died).
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1-4) Adélin Tardif, has died, married Carole Ménard (daughter of Marcellin Ménard and Rose-Aimée Larouche).
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-1-5) Réjean Tardif-Fortin.

                            Jean-Georges Tardif married secondly to Aliette Lalancette.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-2) Colette Tardif, predeceased her sister Madeline in 2007, married Alcide Fortin.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-3) Gaston Tardif, predeceased his sister Madeline in 2007, married 17 November, 1947 at Chambord to Yvette Marcoux (daughter of Joseph Marcoux and Julia Girard).
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-3-1) Louise Tardif, married 24 September, 1971 at Roberval to Jean-Paul Simard (son of Aurélien Simard and Nora St-Pierre).

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-4) Ghislaine Tardif, married 24 April, 1946 at Roberval to Jean-Joseph Lavoie (son of Eugène Lavoie and Alice Vézina).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-4-1) Ghislain Lavoie, married 24 August, 1970 at Roberval to Claire Brassard (daughter of Donat Brassard & Elise-Germaine Girard).

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-5) Marcel Tardif, died 30 June, 2001 at Roberval, married Rolande Morin (daughter of Joseph Morin and Léontine Tremblay).
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-6) Carméla Tardif, married 17 September, 1955 at Roberval to Jean-Marie Lachance (son of Herménégilde Lachance and Marie-Louise Miville).
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-7) Gaétane Tardif, married 23 August, 1958 at Roberval to Arthur Taillon (son of Charles Taillon and Léonide Doré, he has died).
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8) Madeleine Tardif, born July 1929, died 26 April, 2007, married Claude Bonneau (he has died). Her obituary(147) notes her five children, ten siblings, and twelve step-sisters and step-brothers (my translation may be incorrect, rather than step siblings they may be siblings of her husband, as they share his surname), also noting she had eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
                            Their five children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8-1) Serge Bonneau, married to Hélène Thibault (daughter of Philippe Thibault and Rose-Alice Plante). The obituary of his mother had wife as "Helena Bergstrom".
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8-2) Regis Bonneau, married to Ginette Rousseau.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8-3) Roger Bonneau, married to Celine Gagnon.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8-4) Denis Bonneau, married to Claire Caron.
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-8-5) Lucille Bonneau, married to Martin Desgagnéé.

                          9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-9) Raymond Tardif, married firstly to Lucette Lamothe (born about 1922 to Joseph Lamothe and Angélina Paré, died 30 December, 2001). He married secondly to Carole Gagnon.
                          10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-10) Solange Tardif.
                          11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-2-11) Jacques Tardif, predeceased her sister Madeline in 2007.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-3) Welley Fortin, born January, 1904.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-3-4) Fernande Fortin, married 1931 at Roberval, Quebec to Thomas-Louis Desbiens (born about June 1910 to Henri Desbiens and Rose-de-Lima Fortin).

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4) Guillaume-Bellay Fortin, born about 24 August, 1873, married 15 November, 1897 at Chambord to Marie Pagé (born about 6 March, 1874 to Antoine Pagé and Marie Potvin).
                        Their six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1) Valéda Fortin, born about 19 August, 1898, married 10 January, 1916 at Chambord to Simon Bolduc (born about 2 February, 1893 to Euchariste Bolduc and Malvina Parent).
                          Their seven children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-1) Rose-Aimée Bolduc, married 26 June, 1948 at Roberval to Raphaël Bonneau (son of Henri Bonneau and Lucille Savard).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-2) Laurette Bolduc, married 13 May, 1942 at Roberval to Paul-Emile Moreau (born about September 1909 to Louis Moreau and Adélia Morin).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-3) Russel Bolduc, married 6 June, 1951 at St-Prime, Quebec to Jeanne-d'Arc Parent (daughter of Joseph Parent and Alma Laberge).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4) Simone Bolduc, has died, married 12 April, 1939 at Roberval to Edouard Couture (son of Joseph Couture and Louisia Néron, he has also died).
                            Their nine children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-1) Denise Couture, married firstly to Raymond Philippe (son of Philippe Philippe and Emérilda Cayouette, he has since died), and secondly to Jean-Marie Dion.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-2) Bernard Couture, born October 1942, died 29 March, 2006 at Miami, Florida, U.S.A. and buried at Roberval, Quebec, married 6 May, 1967 at Chambord, Quebec to Pâquerette Harvey (daughter of Gérard Harvey and Gilberte Coté).
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-3) Jacqueline Couture, married to Camil Trudel (born April 1951 to Emile Trudel and Georgette Allard, died 14 November, 2004).
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-4) Claudette Couture, married 18 July, 1959 at Roberval to Robert Maltais (son of Luc Maltais and Irma Lapierre).
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-5) Ginette Couture, married firstly 28 April, 1962 at Roberval to Bertrand Tremblay (son of Joseph Tremblay and Lucie Harvey, he has since died).
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-5-1) Line Tremblay, born April 1964, died 8 November, 2005, with a partner not identified she had a son;

                                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-5-1-1) David Tremblay, married Marylin Simard.

                                Line Tremblay married secondly to Richard Letang.

                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-5-2) Marc Tremblay.

                              Ginette Couture married secondly to Paul-Antoine Naud (son of Onias Naud and Yvonne Déry). Their child;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-5-3) Steeve Naud, married to Yvonne Déry.

                            6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-6) Lise Couture.
                            7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-7) Lisette Couture, married 20 August, 1971 at Roberval to Normand Lavoie (son of Lucien Lavoie and Simone Coté).
                            8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-8) Nicole Couture, married 6 June, 1970 at Roberval to Guy Vanasse (son of Roméo Vanasse and Germaine Gagnon).
                            9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-4-9) Jacques Couture, married to Diane Murphy.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-5) Marielle Bolduc, married 8 August, 1945 at Roberval to Lorenzo Dion (son of Narcisse Dion and Anais Lavoie).
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-6) Yvon Bolduc, married and later divorced to Line Gaudreault (daughter of Adjutor Gaudreault and Eléonore Lavoie).
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-1-7) Marie-Josephte Bolduc, married 7 July, 1942 at Roberval to Roland Simard (born and christened 25 March, 1917 to parents Eugène Simard and Marie-Berthe Moreau, he has died).

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-2) Henri Fortin, born 4 December, 1900, probably at Chambord where he was with the family in the 1901 census.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3) Marie Jeanne Fortin, born December 1906, married 5 November, 1925 at Chambord to Joseph Vallée (son of Félix-Edmond Vallée and Diana Fortin).
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1) Marcel Vallée, married 1 December, 1951 at Saint-Jérôme de Métabetchouan to Céline Côté (daughter of Lorenzo Côté and Julienne Delisle). Their five children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-1) Michel Vallée, married 1975 in a Civil ceremony at Roberval to Sylvie Bilodeau (daughter of Claude Bilodeau).
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-1-1) Catherine Vallée, married at Chihuahua (Mexico?) to Oscar Salazar-Varela.
                                Their daughter;

                                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-1-1-1) Lluvia Salazar-Varela.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-2) Marie-Claude Vallée, married Luc Baronofsky.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-3) Mario Vallée, married Manon Girard.
                              Their two sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-3-1) Francis Vallée.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-3-2) Pierre-Marc Vallée.

                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-4) Véronique Vallée, married André Labrecque.
                              Their two sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-4-1) Kevin Labrecque.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-4-2) François Labrecque.

                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-1-5) Jean-Nicolas Vallée, married Francine.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2) Jeannine Vallée, married 20 August, 1951 at Chambord to Antoine Boivin (son of Jean-Baptiste Boivin and Lucianna Tremblay).
                            Their six children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-1) Diane Boivin.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-2) Doris Boivin.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-3) Martine Boivin.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-4) Marie-Josée Boivin.
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-5) Isabelle Boivin.
                            6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-2-6) Jean-Pierre Boivin.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-3) Gaston Vallée, married 21 August, 1954 at Chambord to Suzanne Simard (daughter of Edgar Simard and Anna-M Bouchard).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-3-1) Hubert Vallée.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-3-2) Dorothée Vallée.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-3-3) Pascal Vallée.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-4) Lucie Vallée.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-3-5) Colette Vallée.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-4) Julia Fortin, born March 1909.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-5) Maria Fortin, born March 1909 (twin of Julia).
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-4-6) Hélène Fortin, born March 1911.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-5) Clara Fortin, born 2 March, 1876, died before 1906, married 11 April, 1899 at Chambord to Joseph-Alphonse Doré (born and christened 3 March, 1877 to Jules Doré and Joséphine Létourneau).
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-5-1) Amarylda Doré, born 20 January, 1900 at Chambord, married 2 June, 1919 at Chambord to Mauril Coté (born 31 August, 1892 to Robert Coté and Zélia Boivin).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-5-1-1) Germain Côté, married 10 September, 1949 at Saint-Dominique, Jonquière to Gemma Michaud (daughter of Armand Michaud and Alice Hudon).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-5-1-1-1) Daniel Côté, married Valérie Lajoie.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-5-2) Honoré Doré, born and christened 4 April, 1901 at Chambord, married Berthe St-Pierre (daughter of Philippe St-Pierre and Alma-Marie Sasseville).

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6) Marie-Anne Fortin, born about 1 December, 1876, married 8 January, 1895 at Chambord to Louis Guay (born 9 July, 1864 to Protais Guay and Marie Néron).
                        Their eight children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-1) Robert Guay, born 4 June, 1896 at Roberval, has died, married Thérèse Bérubé.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-2) David Guay, born 7 February, 1898 at Roberval, has died.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-3) Stanislas Guay, born 11 March, 1900 at Roberval.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-4) Antoinette Guay, born July 1902, has died, married J.-E. Potvin (has died).
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-5) Gustave Guay, born May 1903, has died, married 27 August, 1940 at Roberval to Blanche-Eva Tardif (daughter of Théodore Tardif and Clarisse Boily, she has died).
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-6) Suzanne Guay, born February 1910, married Louis-Calixte Hébert (has died).
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-7) Anne-Marie Guay, born February 1913 at Roberval, died 15 May, 2004 and buried 18 May at Roberval, married Alcide Cayer (has died).
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-6-8) Charles Guay, has died.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7) Joseph-Henri Fortin, born 10 April, 1881 (1911 census says March 1881), married firstly 20 July, 1902 at Chambord to Irma Tremblay (born about 18 February, 1882 to Benjamin Tremblay and Emilie Harvey, 1911 census says August 1882).
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-1) Marie-Anne Fortin, born September 1902, married 2 May, 1921 at Métabetchouan, Lac-à-la-Croix, Lac-St-Jean-Est to Médéril Tremblay (born about 4 October, 1896 to Thomas Tremblay and Virginie Lachance).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-1-1) Raymond Tremblay, born 25 October, 1929 at Métabetchouan, Lac-à-la-Croix, Lac-St-Jean-Est, died 26 November, 2004 at Saguenay and buried there 30 November. He was ordinated a priest 12 June, 1954, and had a long career documented by Raymond Dallaire.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-2) René Fortin, born March 1905, died 1980 at Hebertville, Quebec, married 11 April, 1928 at Métabetchouan, St-Jérôme, Saguenay, Quebec, to Yvonne Tremblay (daughter of Evague Tremblay and Marie Tremblay).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-2-1) Ghislain Fortin , married Solange Martel (daughter of Onésime Martel and Rose-Emma Simard).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-2-1-1) Jean-Guy Fortin , married at Jonquière, St-Dominique, Saguenay to Claudette Neron (daughter of Rosaire Neron and Anne-Marie Levesque).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-2-1-1-1) Andre Fortin , married at Québec City to Andree-Anne Deschenes (daughter of Marc-Andre Deschenes and Francine Fournier).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-3) Armand Fortin, born April 1908.

                        Joseph-Henri Fortin married secondly 16 April, 1917 at Chambord to Marie-Flore Harvey (daughter of Charles Harvey and Elisée Tremblay).
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-7-4) Marie-Paule Fortin, married 27 October, 1948 at Chambord to Paul Boudreault (son of Arthur Boudreault and Marie Thibault).

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-8) Françoise Fortin, born 26 June, 1885, married Edouard Tremblay (born April 1888).
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-8-1) Joseph A. Tremblay, born November 1910.

                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-9) Arthur Fortin, born 20 June, 1891, married 31 August, 1914 at Chambord to Julie-Anne Tremblay (born 1 September, 1896 to Edouard Tremblay and Claudia Tremblay).
                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-2-10) Catherine Fortin, married 9 November, 1909 at Chambord to Thomas-Edouard Tremblay (born 18 March, 1888 to Edouard Tremblay and Claudia Tremblay).

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3) Robert Skene, born about 1848, at school in 1863, married 23 June, 1866 at Roberval to Elmire LaChance (born 30 April, 1847 in Quebec to Léon dit LaChance Pépin and Marie Vermette). Robert is listed as a 33 years old and Elmire 32 years old in the 1881 census at Ste-Philippe Ward, Trois-Rivieres, Ste-Maurice, Quebec. Also with them were four children whose forenames match those of his siblings. In the 1901 census at Abitibi, Pontiac, Quebec Robert and Elmire are with three children, with a 46 year old servant, "David McKenzie" who might be an as yet unidentified relative.
                      Their seven children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-1) George Skene, born March 1867 in Quebec, married before June 1911 to Ursule (surname not known, though noted as born about October, 1871).
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-2) Lizzie Skene, born 1872 in Quebec.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-3) William Skene, born 1877 in Quebec.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4) Annie Mary Skene, born 12 October, 1879 at Coo Coo Cache, Champlain, Quebec, married Percy Howard Sclater (born 4 July, 1867 at Dover, England to Edward Sclater and Juliet Gates, died 5 March, 1905). Diane Johnson has researched some colourful family history;

                        "Percy Howard Sclater worked for the Hudson's Bay Company (from 1887 - 1901) and was fired for trading outside the Company. He then purchased a large home at La Grande Anse, Quebec and it became a boarding house. He Married Annie Skene. They had three children between 1898 and 1903. One night in 1905 he went out to the barn and was found shot five times. Annie said it was suicide, but was put on trial and acquitted later."

                        Annie and Percy had six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-1) Charles Sclater, born 27 March, 1898.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-2) Wilbrod Sclater, born 1899.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-3) Henry Sclater, born 1900.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4) Ida Sclater, born 1901, died 31 May, 1928. She married 5 April, 1920 at St. Zephrin Church in La Tuque, Champlain, Quebec to Joseph Armand Freddy Houle (born 30 September, 1894 to Adélard Houle and Arméline "Herméline" Pépin, died 11 January, 1980).(148)
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4-1) Marie Jeanne d'Arc Houle, born 10 June, 1922, married 10 July, 1944 at Parent, Champlain, Quebec to Armand Durand (born 1914).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4-1-1) Pierre Durand, born 3 September, 1947, died 11 June, 2003.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4-2) Jeannette Houle, born 22 June, 1923, died 29 March, 2005 at La Tuque, Champlain, Quebec, she married 20 May, 1943 at Shawinigan, Quebec to Elphège Cartier (born 1914 to Sigefroy Cartier and Albertine Cardin).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4-2-1) Kim Cartier,
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-4-2-2) Danny Cartier,

                          The two daughters were placed in an orphanage at Ida's death, then when their father "Freddy" remarried to Yvette Delisle they were brought home. Freddy and Yvette had another nine children.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-5) William Percy Sclater, born 15 March, 1902.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-4-6) Robert Arnold George Sclater, born 1903.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5) Robert Skene, born October 1883 in Quebec, in the 1911 census with his wife and four children at Reserve de Ponte Bleue in Chicoutimi and Saguenay, the family noted as Montaignais Indians, and surname as "Skine". His wife is noted as Marie Louise (born 5 October, 1887 to Joseph and Agnese Siméon). The census also includes several other details of interest; he worked 60 hours a week as a hunter and fisher, could read and write, and spoke English, French, and Montagnais.
                        Their ten children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-1) Arthé "Arthur" Skene, born January, 1905, has died, married Marie-Anna Paul (born July 1905 to Joseph Paul and Marie-Victoire Desagné, has died).
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-2) Georges Skene, born June 1907, has died, married 14 February, 1935 at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay to Marie-Rose Launière (daughter of Edmond Launière and Elisabeth Gagnon, she has died).
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-3) Charles-Henri Skene, born December, 1908, has died, married Lily Robertson (daughter of Joseph Robertson and Mary Simpson, she has died).
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-4) Marie-Rose Skene, born March, 1910, died 19 November, 2003 at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay, and buried there 22 November, she married 31 July, 1937 at Mashteuiatsh to Johnny Robertson (son of Johnny Robertson and Philomène Gagnon, he has died).
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5) Fleurette Skene, born May 1919, died 22 April, 2006 at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay and buried there 25 April, she married 1 December, 1947 at Mashteuiatsh to Welly Robertson (son of Johnny Robertson and Philomène Gagnon, he has died). Their seven children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-1) Carol Robertson, born April 1949, died 4 April, 2005 at Roberval, and buried at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay, married to Claire Larouche (daughter of Gérard Larouche and Charlotte Girard).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-2) Nelson Robertson, married to Carole Connolly (daughter of Yvon Connolly and Marlène Duchesne).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-3) Gilbert Robertson, married to Christine Morin (daughter of Laurent Morin and Jeannine Bouchard).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-4) Gitane Robertson.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-5) Guylaine Robertson, married to Tony Connolly (son of Yvon Connolly and Marlène Duchesne).
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-6) Johanne Robertson.

                          Fleurette Skene with (?) Courtois have a son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-5-7) Eric Courtois, married to Cynthia Ouellet.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-6) Marie-Paule Skene, born December 1927, died 28 November, 2005 at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay, and buried there 2 December, she married Edmond Courtois (son of Joseph Cousquenois and Anna Desbiens, he has died).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-6-1) Micheline Courtois.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-6-2) France Courtois, married to Louis Dufresne.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-6-3) Shirley Courtois, married to Denis Rivet.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-6-4) Michel Courtois.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-7) Patrick Skene, has died, married 27 July, 1944 at Mashteuiatsh, Saguenay to Suzanne-Mary Robertson (daughter of Johnny Robertson and Philomène Gagnon, she has died).
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-8) Laurent Skene, has died, married Laurette Siméon (has died).
                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-9) Welly Skene, has died.
                        10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-5-10) Cécile Skene, has died, married Roland Robertson (son of Johnny Robertson and Philomène Gagnon, he has died).

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-6) Arthur Skene, born about 1884 in Quebec, not a common forename, possibly named in honour of his cousin Arthur Mackenzie, Postmaster of Terrebonne, who died in 1881.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-3-7) Henry Skene, born about 1888 in Quebec.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-4) Mary Skene, born about 1851, at school in 1863, married 24 January, 1877 at Chambord to Wilfrid Boivin (born about 1856 to Jean Boivin and Eléonore Fortin).
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-4-1) Arthur Boivin, born about 1879.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-5) William Skene, born 29 July, 1854, at school in 1863.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6) Anne Skene, born 12 January, 1856, married 30 January, 1877 at Métabetchouan to Télesphore Ouellet (born 15 August, 1852 to Jean Ouellet and Elisabeth Dubé).
                      Their nine children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-1) Normand Ouellet, born 12 November, 1878.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-2) Anna Ouellet, born 3 July, 1882, married 19 January, 1903 at Chambord to Louis Pilote (son of Etienne Pilote and Aglaée Gaudreault).
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-3) Marie-Elisabeth Ouellet, born 23 May, 1884, married 16 May, 1904 at Chambord to Lucien Gagné (son of Auguste Gagné-Bellavance and Euphémie Régnier).
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-4) Georges Ouellet, born 15 December, 1886.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-5) Rose Ouellet, born 24 April, 1888, married 21 January, 1907 at Chambord to Joseph-William Brassard (born about 24 January, 1887 to Joseph Brassard and Marie-Louise Boily).
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-6) Laurie Ouellet, born 29 January, 1890, married firstly 27 November, 1906 at Chambord to François Boily (son of Clovis Boily and Georgina Bouchard), secondly to Joseph Villeneuve (born November 1892 to Pierre Villeneuve and Adélaïde Dufour).
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-7) Flora Ouellet, born 13 February, 1896.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-8) Yvonne Ouellet, born 21 August, 1899.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-6-9) Béatrice Ouellet, born 21 August, 1900.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7) Georgianna Skene, born 25 December, 1858 at Chambord, Lac St-Jean West, Quebec, died 13 May, 1937 at Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, buried 16 May, 1937 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, she married 29 August, 1882 at Chambord to Joseph Ouellette (born 2 June, 1858 at Chambord to Jean Ouellette and Elisabeth Dubé, died 10 May, 1946 at Lewiston, buried 13 May 1946 in St.Rose Cemetery, Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire).
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1) Anne Marie "Annie" Ouellette, born 22 June 1884 at Chambord, Lac St-Jean West, Quebec, christened there 25 June 1884, died 15 November, 1950 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, buried there 18 November 1950 at St.Rose Cemetery. She married 22 September, 1902 at St.Rose of Lima Church, Littleton, to Joseph Eugene Pageau (born 25 February, 1882 at East Angus, Compton, Quebec, christened there 26 February 1882, died 24 August, 1943 at Littleton and buried there 26 August, 1943 in St.Rose Cemetary. Raymond Dallaire notes;

                        "Anne (Annie) Ouellette came to Littleton, New Hampshire from Canada around 1900 in a wagon drawn by oxen along the Connecticut River. She had been born and grown up at Chambord, Quebec where her grandfather, George Munro Skene, had run the Hudson's Bay Company trading post."

                        Children of Anne Marie Ouellette and Joseph Eugene Pageau;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1) Beatrice Georgianna Pageau, born 28 March, 1903 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, died 10 March, 1989 at Yuma, Arizona, and buried 15 March, 1989 at Desert Lawn Cemetery in Yuma. She married 26 December, 1923 at Lewiston, Maine to Emile Stanislaus Poirier (born 20 April, 1903 at Lewiston, christened 23 April, 1903 at Lewiston to Stanislaus Joseph Poirier and Celanie Lemieux, died 9 November, 1980 at Yuma and buried there at Desert Lawn Cemetery).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-1) (stillborn) Poirier, stillborn 1925 at Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2) Irene Constance Poirier, born 7 July, 1927 at Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, christened 10 July, 1927 at Lewiston, died 6 April, 1987 at Yuma, Arizona, buried 9 April, 1987 at Yuma. She married 19 July, 1950 at Belfast, Maine to Paul Joseph Dobosz (born 17 April, 1924 at Montague, Massachusetts, christened there 20 April, 1924, died 8 September, 1956 at Bay City, Michigan and buried 12 September, 1956 at Lewiston).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-1) Joseph Paul Dobosz, born 8 April, 1951 at Rochester, New York, and christened there 11 April, 1951. His partner (no date of marriage in notes) Marian Lynn Fuller born at Yuma, Arizona.
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-1-1) Roberta Lynn Dobosz, born 2 December, 1970 at Globe, Arizona, christened at Yuma, Arizona.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-1-2) James Paul Dobosz, born 21 November, 1973 at Yuma, Arizona, and christened there.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-1-3) Daniel Paul Dobosz, born 15 December, 1977 at Gallup, New Mexico, and christened there.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-2) Janet Mary Dobosz, born 10 February, 1954 at Rochester, New York, and christened there 13 February, 1954, married firstly to Jack Kellam (born at Yuma, Arizona).
                              Their sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-2-1) William Scott Kellam, born 31 July, 1974 at Yuma, Arizona.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-2-2-2) Robert James Kellam, born 1 June, 1977 at Yuma, Arizona.

                              Janet Mary is married secondly to James Robert Markins.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-3) Paul Emile Poirier, born 3 June, 1929 at Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, and christened there 4 June, 1929, married 22 July, 1950 at Westbury, Long Island, New York to Marjorie Wickey (born 28 February, 1931 at Mineola, New York to August Henry Wickey and Maud Tatem).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-3-1) Catherine Marjorie Poirier, born 20 May, 1956, christened 17 April, 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-3-2) Thomas Paul Poirier, born 15 March, 1959.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-3-3) Ann Elizabeth Poirier, born 14 April, 1964.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-4) Jeanette Mary Poirier, born 15 November, 1931 at Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, christened 18 November, 1931 there, married 24 July, 1953 there to Robert James Blaisdell (born 24 August, 1924 at Lewiston, christened 27 August, 1924 there to Lauckner Gayton Blaisdell and Hazel Newell).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-4-1) James William Blaisdell, born 2 July, 1955 in the Panama Canal Zone, christened 5 July, 1955 there, married Sandra Lorraine Wineland (born at Phoenix, Arizona).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-4-2) John Robert Blaisdell, born 3 March, 1960 at Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, christened 10 March, 1960 there, married Loren Sato (born at Tempe, Arizona).
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-4-3) Paula Blaisdell, born 9 July, 1962 at Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, christened 12 July, 1962 there, married David Dunney.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-1-4-3-1) Danielle Dunney, born 17 September, 1986 at Tempe, Arizona.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-2) Yvonne Mary Pageau, born 24 May, 1904 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 27 May, 1904 there, married first to Richard Hanson (born Thorton, New Hampshire).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-2-1) (stillborn) Hanson, at Thorton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-2-2) Rita Hanson, born 26 July, 1924 at Lincoln, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 29 July, 1924 there, married Richard Frizzell (born at Portsmouth, New Hampshire).

                          Yvonne married secondly to Edmond Fracher (born at Plymouth, Grafton, New Hampshire, died at Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, and buried at Plymouth)

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-3) Lena Mary Elizabeth Pageau, born 17 January, 1906 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 20 January, 1906 there, died 28 June, 1975 at Brighton, Massachusetts and buried there. She married Richard Henry Walsh (born 19 November, 1903 at Brighton, Massachusetts, christened 22 November, 1903 there, died 4 March, 1967 there, and buried 8 March, 1967 there).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-3-1) Jane Marie Walsh, born 7 April, 1928 at Brighton, Massachusetts, christened there 10 April, 1928, and died 28 June, 1975.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-3-2) Richard Stephen Walsh, born 6 January, 1932 at Brighton, Massachusetts, and christened there 9 January, 1932.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-3-3) David Michael Walsh, born 11 April, 1942 at Brighton, Massachusetts, christened 14 April, 1942 there, died 11 June, 1987 at Garden Grove, California, and buried there 14 June, 1987.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-3-4) Sally Lee Elizabeth Walsh, born 27 May, 1938 at Brighton, Massachusetts, christened 1 June, 1938 there, married Lawrence James Gunning (born at North Andover, Middlesex, Massachusetts).

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4) Adelard Joseph Pageau, born 29 April, 1908 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 2 May, 1908 there, died 12 January, 1972 at "Mary Hitchcock H", Hanover, Grafton New Hampshire, buried 15 January, 1972 at Penacook, New Hampshire. Adelard married firstly April 1925 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire to Carlene Pennock (born 26 September, 1907 at Lyman, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened April 1925 at Littleton to Percy Pennock and Nellie Astle, died 30 June, 1933 at Lisbob, Grafton, New Hampshire, buried 3 July, 1933 at St. Rose Of Lima Cemetery, Littleton).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1) Herman Mederick Pageot, born 7 October, 1925 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 10 October, 1925 there, married firstly to Muriel Holt (born 4 April, 1926 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-1) Mederick Pageot, born 17 August, 1945 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-2) Gayle Pageot, born 24 August, 1947 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-3) Carlene Pageot, born 30 August, 1949 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-4) Cheryl Pageot, born at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.

                            Herman married secondly 15 October, 1972 at Berlin, New Hampshire to Christine Treamer (born 6 June, 1949 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire to Clifford Treamer and Lorraine Robidas).(149)
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-6) Kimbly Ann Pageot, born 12 April, 1973, Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-1-5) Kelly Lynn Pageot, born 28 April, 1975 at Berlin, Coos, New Hampshire.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-2) Marjorie Pageot, born 1927 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, married (?) Drewery.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-2-1) Christine M. Drewery, born 17 February, 1958 at Concord, New Hampshire.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3) Dorothy Therese Pageot, born 2 March, 1931 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 5 Mar 1931 there, married Edward Francis Mello (born 14 February, 1927 at Fall River, Massachusetts.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-1) Cynthia Lee Mello, born 23 September, 1952 at Fall River, Massachusetts, married 26 September, 1975 at Atlanta, Georgia to Graig Wesley Little (born 23 September, 1952 at Fall River, same date and place as Cynthia, either a co-incidence or an error)

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-1-1) Carrie Ann Little, born 28 October, 1976 at Chesterfield, Missouri.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-1-2) Ryan Wesley Little, born 29 January, 1979 at Atlanta, Georgia.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-1-3) Scott Winslow Little, born 18 October, 1984 at Virginia Beach, Virginia.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-2) Edward Francis Mello, Jr., born 17 October, 1956 at Charlottesville, Virginia, married 16 December, 1978 at Spartansburg, South Carolina to Felicia Millwood (born 8 July, 1957 at Cowpens, South Carolina, christened 10 July, 1957).
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-2-1) Benjamin Edward Mello, born 3 January, 1985 at Spartansburg, South Carolina.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-2-2) Carla Rose Mello, born 17 June, 1987 at Spartansburg, South Carolina.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-3-3) Gary Francis Mello, born 29 July, 1958 at Newport News, Virginia.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4) Robert David Pageot, born 22 June, 1933 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 25 June, 1933 there, married Marguerite Jean Sidney (born 28 October, 1934 at Littleton, daughter of Alfred O. Sidney and Hazel Wetherbee).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-1) Patricia Ann Pageot, born 7 September, 1951 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-2) Bonnie Lee Pageot, born 20 April, 1954 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-3) Rebecca Joyce Pageot, born 20 August, 1958 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-4) Cynthia Rae Pageot, born 14 September, 1959 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-5) Carlene Lynn Pageot, born 27 December, 1961 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-6) Robert David Pageot, Jr., born 19 August, 1965 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                            7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-4-4-7) Stephen Craig Pageot, born 24 October, 1973 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-5) George Anthony Pageau, born 8 August, 1917 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 11 August, 1917 there, married June 1937 at Lisbon, New Hampshire to Evelyn Mason (born 29 September, 1917 at Lyman, Grafton, New Hampshire).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-5-1) Russell "Elliott" Pageot, born 4 March, 1946 at Haverhill, Grafton, New Hampshire.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-6) Armand Robert Pageau, born 30 November, 1919 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 3 December, 1919 in St.Rose of Lima at Littleton, died 4 September, 1997 at Littleton and buried there 6 September, 1997 in Glenwood Cemetery. He married 21 November, 1943 in Littleton to Arlene Esther Lemue (born 28 January, 1918 at Littleton, died there 3 January, 1951, and buried there 5 January, 1951).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-6-1) Roger William Pageau, born 31 August, 1944 in Littleton Hospital, Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 4 May, 1980 in First Methodist Church, Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, married 7 April, 1973 at Hopkinton, Massachusetts to Thelma Marie Chouinard (born 15 July, 1939 at Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts, christened 15 April, 1954 at the Congregationalist Church, Hopkinton to Louis Joseph Chouinard and Ruth Gladys Lougee).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-6-1-1) Amy Marie Pageau, born 22 October, 1976 at Framington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, christened 11 May, 1980 at First Methodist Church, Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-6-1-2) Gayle Jeannette Pageau, born 3 March, 1980 at Framington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, christened 11 May, 1980 at First Methodist Church, Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7) Veronica Margaret Pageau, born 4 April, 1921 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened there same day, married Ronald Carl Marsh (born 26 October, 1925 at Littleton).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-1) Brenda Marsh, born 24 March, 1945 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 27 March, 1945 there, married Lynn M. Presby (born 25 March, 1943 at Bath, Grafton, New Hampshire).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-1-1) Adam Presby, born 26 December, 1966 at Wolfeboro, Grafton, New Hampshire, married 20 February, 1988 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire to Tammy Dube (born at Littleton).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-1-2) Penelope Lynn Presby, born 23 June, 1968 at Wolfeboro, Grafton, New Hampshire.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-2) Karen Marsh, born 5 February, 1948 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, married J. Perry Blank Jr. (born 26 February, 1946 at Cumberland, Maryland).
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-2-1) Jenifer Blank, born 15 July, 1973 at New Jersey.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-2-2) Kirsten E. Blank, born 24 September, 1976 at Manchester, New Hampshire.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-3) Ronda Marsh, born 11 June, 1954 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-4) Donna Marsh, born 12 January, 1965 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, married Michael H. Ransmeier (born 3 December, 1945 at Washington, District of Columbia).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-7-4-1) Joseph Mactavish Ransmeier, born 5 March, 1986 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire.

                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-8) Roderick Richard Pageau, born 12 August, 1925 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, christened 15 August, 1925 there, died 21 May, 2009 at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, married Caroline Harriman (born 16 November, 1928 at Littleton, died 13 February, 2005 at St. Johnsbury).(150)
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-8-1) Scott Roderick Pageau, born 1 October, 1951 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, died 30 July, 1995 at Burlington, Vermont, married Gracelyn Allen (born 11 August, 1951 at St. Johnsbury, Caledonia, Vermont). Scott and Gracelyn divorced "sometime in the 1980's".
                            Their child by Guardianship;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-8-1-1) Arlin Jewet.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-8-2) Linda Carole Pageau, born 20 June, 1950 at Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire, married Timothy Brousseau (born at Littleton).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-7-1-8-3) James Joseph Pageau, born 11 December, 1973 at St.Johnsbury, Caledonia, Vermont, married at Pana, Illinois to Cherish Small (born 28 February, 1976 at Anniston, Calhoun, Alabama). Cherish notes they currently live in Kansas City, Missouri.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-8) Johnny Skene, born about 1861.

                    Anne "Anny" McTavish married secondly to Rivers Grindle Charlton (born about 1818 in England, probably the "Rivers Charlton" christened 13 April, 1823 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England to Charles and Mary Ann Charlton. He died in the "Lac St-Jean" region of Quebec). Rivers was a Hudson's Bay Company employee,(151) he also served as first mayor of Saint-Louis-de-Métabetchouan from 12 February, 1873 to 19 January, 1874, today the Town of Chambord.(152)
                    Their three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9) Arthur "Atty" Charlton, born October 1864, married 10 January, 1888 at Chambord, Le Dom.-du-Roy, Quebec, to Philomène Blackburn (born 18 August, 1867 to Adolphe Blackburn and Sophie Girard, died sometime after the 1881 census).
                      Their eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1) Marie-Anne Charlton, born 22 November, 1890, married 21 January, 1907 at Chambord to Alfred Potvin (born about December 1883 to Roger Potvin and Clémentine Bois).
                        Their nine children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-1) Edmond Potvin, born about March 1909, has died, married 1943 at Lac Bouchette to Cécile Gagnon (daughter of Edouard Gagnon and Lucina Lambert).
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-2) Marie-Anna Potvin, born October 1910, has died, married 3 October, 1929 at Lac Bouchette to Hilaire Dumais (born about October 1903 to Joseph Dumais and Élise Duchesne, has died).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-2-1) Paul Dumais, married 24 July, 1958 at St-Fr.-de-Sales to Jeanne-Mance Bilodeau (daughter of Henri Bilodeau Marie-Louise Bouchard).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-3) Henri Potvin, born 1919, died 25 February, 1976, married 1945 at Lac Bouchette, Quebec to Irène Gagnon (daughter of Edouard Gagnon and Lucina Lambert).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-3-1) Clément Potvin, married to Lise Boutin.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-4) Juliette Potvin, born October 1922, died 10 January, 2007, married 27 August, 1941 at Lac Bouchette to Lucien Lavoie (son of Alphonse Lavoie and Anaïs Morissette, he has died).
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-5) Armand Potvin, has died.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-6) Fernand Potvin, has died, married 1955 at Lac Bouchette to Georgette Dumais (daughter of Adélard Dumais and Bernadette Roberge).
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-7) Fernande Potvin, has died, married 1948 at Lac Bouchette to Aurèle Bissonnette.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-8) Cécile Potvin, married 1956 at Lac Bouchette to Laurent Gagnon (born 6 September, 1927 to Edouard Gagnon and Lucina Lambert, died 4 July, 1985).
                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-1-9) Roland Potvin, has died, married Ghislaine Tremblay (daughter of Toussaint Tremblay and Rose Brassard, she has died).

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2) Rose Charlton, born August 1891, married 28 August, 1911 at Chambord to Georges Fortin (born about April 1887 to Joseph Fortin and Alice Gagnon).
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2-1) Arthur Fortin, has died, married 24 February, 1938 at Lac Bouchette to Fernande Julien (daughter of Pierre Julien and Marie-Louise Fortin).
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2-2) Cécile Fortin, married 19 April, 1941 at Lac Bouchette to Vilmont Dumais (son of Henri Dumais and Eliosa Matte).
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2-3) Rita Fortin, married 1949 at Lac Bouchette to Paul-René Cloutier (born November 1927 to Ernest Clouthier and Marie-Alma Thibault, died 17 June, 2006).
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2-4) Henri Fortin, married to Gertrude Verreault.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-2-5) Irène Fortin, married to Paul-Emile Gagnon (son of Edmond Gagnon and Anne Kirouac).

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-3) Arthur Charlton, born July 1893.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-4) William Charlton, born November 1895, married 26 November, 1918 at Hébertville-St., Lac-St-Jean-Est, to Marie-Louise Bouchard (daughter of Ernest Bouchard and Edith Fortin).
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-5) Adélard Charlton, born January 1898.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-6) David Charlton, born January 1901, married 1921 at Chambord to Louisia Meunier (daughter of Johnny Meunier and Arthémise Gagnon).
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-6-1) Paule Charlton, married 10 June, 1947 at Desbiens, Lac-St-Jean-Est to Wellie Coté (born 23 April, 1926 to Emile Coté and Marie Lavoie, died 10 September, 1996)

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-7) Yvonne Charlton, born June 1903.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-9-8) Henri Charlton, born February 1906.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-10) David Charlton, born about 1866.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-4-11) Henry Charlton, born about 1868.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5) Grace McTavish, christened 7 September, 1828 in the Anglican chapel at York Factory, died July 1881 at Victoria, B.C. One source says when her first husband died Grace remained at their Saanich home, and showing the feistiness noted in so many of the women of her family was charged in 1863 for harbouring deserters from a ship. That source states of the second husband, "It appears that Grace left him, and died in 1881 in Oregon." See notes on that second marriage and source following the seven children of her first marriage.

                    With her mother Grace survived the 1838 disaster on the Columbia River that claimed her stepfather Pierre Leblanc and three stepsisters (a fourth had died earlier on the same trip).(153) She married 22 November, 1842 (as a "minor") at the Hudson's Bay Company Post of Fort Vancouver on the Columbia River, Oregon, to Charles Edward Dodd, a Company Clerk. A witness at the wedding was Grace's cousin Dugald Mactavish, nephew of her father, who was sometimes resident at the fort.(113)

                    Dodd was a Hudson's Bay Company employee with a colourful history, born 1808 at New Buckenham, Norfolk, England to John Beck Dodd, a surgeon, and Mary Cobbold, he arrived on the west coast in 1835 as Second Officer aboard the HBCo steamship "Beaver".

                    The Beaver, First Steamer in the North Pacific

                    The "Beaver", First Steamer in the North Pacific(154)

                    On arriving at Fort Vancouver Dodd was promoted to First Officer. He had a career of rising responsibilities, commanding trading forts and company ships, including for a time the Beaver, till his death 2 June, 1860 at Victoria as a Chief Factor. The last few months of his life are notable for his trading mission to Haida Indians in Russian Alaska, bargaining for the scalp of an old Oregon friend they had killed.(155)

                    Dodd is buried at the Pioneer or "old Quadra Street" Cemetery at Victoria, probably Grace and her mother Nancy with him, though not mentioned on his stone. In the last few years of his life they built a cottage at Saanich, today the oldest home there, referred to as the "Captain and Grace Dodd House".(156) Dodd narrows, between Northumberland and Stuart Channels, west of Mudge Island near Nanaimo is named after Charles Dodd.(157)

                    The seven children of Grace and Charles;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-1) Mary Grace Dodd, born 1843 at Fort Stikine in what is now B.C. , died 1887 at Freiberg, Germany, married 23 October, 1862 at Victoria, B.C. to John Kreimler, a Swiss engineer.
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-1-1) Charles Kreimler, a teacher of mathmatics at Stuttgart, Germany, was unmarried.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-1-2) Ida Kreimler, lived with her brother.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2) Elizabeth Nancy "Ann" Dodd, born 30 November, 1845 at Fort Victoria, Vancouver Island, died 18 July, 1909 at Berkely, California, married 22 December, 1860 at Norfolk House, Victoria to Robert Edward Williams of Chiselhurst, England (born 29 October, 1826 to James and Mary Williams, he drowned 8 June, 1877 in the Hecate Straits off the Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C.). Like Ann's father, Robert was a Hudson's Bay Company trader.
                      Their eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-1) (daughter) Williams, died young.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-2) (son) Williams, died young (drowned).
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-3) James Williams, born 186?, died 193? at Berkley, California, was married.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4) William Henry Williams, born 26 February, 1867 at Quesnelle, B.C., died 6 October, 1941, married 28 August, 1896 at Newman, California to Marie Kathrina Graner of Wurttenburg, Germany (born 20 October, 1872, died 26 July, 1930, she immigrated to the U.S.A. in 1890).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1) Jessie Elizabeth Williams, born 28 August, 1896 at Newman, California, married 8 September, 1916 to George Edward Mitchell (born about 1885 in Kansas), in the 1940 census the family is at Merced, California and noted as were also there in 1935, Jessie and George noted as restaurant owners. They had three sons and three daughters, the three youngest of the children are with them in 1940;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1-1) Robert Edward Mitchell, born 1918, he served as a Commander with the Naval Medical Corps where he was a heart specialist, worked with the astronauts, and was noted in 1965 as then serving in Viet Nam.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1-2) George Edward Mitchell, born 27 December, 1919, died 8 June 1960 and buried at Los Banos Cemetery, Merced County, California.(158)
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1-3) Richard M. Mitchell, born 1921, in the 1940 census he was noted as worker in a restaurant, presumably the one owned by his parents.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1-4) Audrey B. Mitchell, born 1927
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-1-5) Ellen L. Mitchell, born 1937

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-2) Edith Marie Williams, married 26 February, 1921 to Ulysses Grant Hiatt in Newman, California.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-2-1) Laura Hiatt, born 1922.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-2-2) Allen Hiatt, born 1923.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-4-3) Edward James Williams, married 1933 at Newman, California to Josephine Caso.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5) Mary Ann "Marian" Williams, born 3 July, 1869 at Quesnelle, B.C., died 17 August, 1935 at Stamford, Conneticut, married in the 1890s to Myre Joel Brooks, M.D. (born 18 April, 1867 at Manchester, England, died 10 December, 1937 at Honolulu, Hawaii).
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-1) Joel Myre Brooks, born 12 July, 1899 at Stamford, Conneticut, died 27 May, 1948 at Los Angeles, California, married at Honolulu, Hawaii to Annie May Young (born about 1907 at New York). In the 1940 census Joel is noted as "Proprietor of Real Estate".
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-1-1) Joel Myre Brooks, Jr..

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2) Miriam Brooks, born 12 March, 1902 at Stamford, Conneticut, died 24 September, 1959 at Los Angeles, California, married 24 September, 1927 at New York City to Bruce Falconer Rogers (born 10 April, 1900 at Providence, Rhode Island to John Falconer and Johanna Rogers, died March 1964 at Rye, New York). After Miriam's death Bruce married Margaret Avert.
                          Miriam and Bruce's two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-1) Elizabeth Ann Rogers, born 19 April, 1932, married June 1956 at Los Angeles, California Henry Rife Jex of Baltimore, Maryland.
                            Their three daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-1-1) Barbara Gayle Jex.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-1-2) Nancy Jex.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-1-3) Suzanne Jex.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-2) Mary Jean Rogers, born 20 January, 1936, married June 1956 at Los Angeles, California to William John Ryan (born 2 July, 1927 at St.Louis, Missouri to William Thomas Ryan and Esther Lindhorst).
                            Their four daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-2-1) Linda Suzanne Ryan, born 22 October, 1958 at Los Angeles, California.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-2-2) Robin Cathleen Ryan, born 4 February, 1960 at Los Angeles, California.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-2-3) Heather Brooke Ryan, born 14 January, 1961 at Los Angeles, California.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-5-2-2-4) Pippa Jane Ryan, born 1 September, 1962 at Los Angeles, California.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6) Frances Millicent Williams, born 21 August, 1871 at Quesnelle, B.C., died 13 February, 1934 at Petaluma, California, married 5 November, 1896 at San Francisco, California to Peticolas Grant Williams (not a relation, he was born 29 July, 1862 at Amelia, Ohio to Captain Harrison S. Williams and Adele Peticolas Kyle, died 3 February, 1943 at San Francisco).
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1) Vida Williams, born 24 August, 1897 at San Fancisco, California, married 15 December, 1930 at Berkeley, California to Selwyn Jackson Sharp (born 3 December, 1893 at Humboldt, Iowa to Harwood Sharp and Gazelle Stevens).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-1) Harwood Stevens Sharp, born 29 November, 1921 at Portland, Oregon, died 19 June, 1945 at Formosa, served as "Lt. S.G. Naval Air Force". He married 16 September, 1943 at Virginia Beach, Virginia to Irene Marie Ficker (born 1926, died 1961).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-2) Mariel Sharp, born 3 May, 1924 at Portland, Oregon, married 10 February, 1944 at Buffalo, New York to George Arthur Gentner, M.D. (born 6 September, 1917 at Buffalo to George Jacob Gentner and Kathryn Zink).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-2-1) Kathleen Louise Gentner, born 21 July, 1948 at Buffalo, New York.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-2-2) Brian Harwood Gentner, born 12 September, 1949 at Buffalo, New York.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-2-3) George Arthur Gentner Jr., born 4 June, 1952 at Buffalo, New York.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-3) Judith B. Sharp, born 8 March, 1926 at Portland, Oregon, married 20 February, 1949 at Lexington, Massachusets to Edgar Lyles Watkins (born 12 June, 1924 at Oakland, California to William Edgar Watkins and Meta Evans).
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-3-1) Marjorie Ellen Watkins, born 19 December, 1949 at Lexington, Massachusets.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-3-2) Steven Gerard Watkins, born 1 April, 1952 at San Diego, California.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-3-3) Alan Bruce Watkins, born 10 October, 1956 at Pomona, California.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-3-4) Andrew Edgar Watkins, born 10 October, 1956 at Pomona, California.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-1-4) Roderick McTavish Sharp, born 23 August, 1927 at Portland, Oregon, married 21 February, 1953 at Berkeley, California to Colyn Anne Baccus (born 7 December, 1938 at Oklahoma to Henry Baccus and Fronsia Flowers). They had no children.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2) Ruth Adele Williams, born 17 July, 1900 at San Francisco, California, died 13 June, 1987 at Johnson City, New York, married 6 March, 1927 at Berkeley, California to Guy Henry Allen of Modesto, California (born 30 May, 1890 at Upper Lake, Lake County, California as sixth child of Spencer Green Allen and Effie Kate McMath, he died 31 December, 1967 at Patterson, Stanislaus County, California). Ruth was a nurse and graduate of the University of California, Guy served in the U.S. Army in WW1, and was a farmer and Realtor. They are buried at Patterson Cemetery, Patterson.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-1) John Spencer Allen, born 7 February, 1929 at Modesto, Stanislaus County, California, died 8 February 1929 and buried at Modesto.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2) Susan Adele Allen, born 6 December, 1930 at Modesto, Stanislaus County, California, married 31 December, 1950 at Dallas, Texas to Robert "Bob" D'Ambrosio (son of Louis Joseph D'Ambrosio and Rose Ann Sosto). Susan graduated from Stephens College in Missouri and Binghamton University of New York, and till retirement was a teacher. Bob served in the Army Air Corps in WW2, graduated from the University of Missouri, and was an electrical engineer with General Electric Company until retirement. They live at Milford, Conneticut.(107)
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1) Steven Paul D'Ambrosio, born 9 December, 1952 at London, England, married 29 April, 1972 at Vestal, New York to Elizabeth Ann Reynolds (born 26 June, 1955 at Broome County, New York to Robert Reynolds and Mary Ford). Steve and Elizabeth divorced in 1994. Steve is with Teledyne and lives at Lewisburg, Tennessee.
                              Their three children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1) Kurt Steven D'Ambrosio, born 22 November, 1972 at Johnson City, New York, married Roberta Cook (born 23 April, 1975 at Broome County, New York to Robert and Mary Cook).
                                Their eight children;

                                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-1) Victoria Elizabeth D'Ambrosio, born 15 June, 1992 at Broome County, New York.
                                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-2) Katlyn Alexandra D'Ambrosio, born 4 February, 1994 at Broome County, New York.
                                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-3) Anthony Joseph D'Ambrosio, born May 1995 at Broome County, New York.
                                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-4) Megan D'Ambrosio, born 8 December, 1996 at Broome County, New York.
                                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-5) Nathan D'Ambrosio, born July 1999 at Broome County, New York.
                                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-6) Jason Avery D'Ambrosio, born 5 October, 2000 at Broome County, New York.
                                7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-7) Rachel D'Ambrosio, born 17 January, 2002 at Broome County, New York.
                                8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-1-8) Gabriella Nicole D'Ambrosio, born 13 April, 2004 at Broome County, New York.

                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-2) Anita Marie D'Ambrosio, born 8 May, 1975 at Broome County, New York, married 20 September, 1997 at Cazenovia, New York to Derek Joncas (born 12 December, 1971 at Methuen, Massachusets to Walter Clement Joncas and Lynne Campbell). Anita has an A.A. from Cazenovia College and Derek has a B.A. from Ithaca College in Television and Radio Broadcasting.
                                Their two children;

                                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-2-1) Mikayla Elizabeth Joncas, born 5 December, 2002 at Chittenango, New York.
                                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-2-2) Cameron Walter Joncas, born 15 August, 2005.

                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-3) Kristy Joy D'Ambrosio, born 10 April, 1981 at Broome County, New York, married 28 June, 2003 at Johnson City, New York to Matthew Michael Surace (born 18 June, 1980 at Johnson City to Michael Surace and Maryellen Mahoney).
                                Their son;

                                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-1-3-1) Dominic Emile Surace, born 25 September, 2003 at Binghamton, New York.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-2) Terri Ann D'Ambrosio, born 23 August, 1954 at Binghamton, New York, married firstly 1 September, 1984 at Boston, Massachusets to James Russell Elvidge (son of Russell and Ann Elvidge).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-2-1) Brandon Russell Elvidge, born 1 February, 1988 at Broward County, Florida.

                              Terri and James divorced in 1990, and she married secondly 28 December, 1991 at Andover, Massachusets to Wayne Bruce Mattheson (born 9 June, 1951 at Essex County, Massachusets to George Mattheson and Giselle Lemieux). Terri is a graduate of Alfred University, New York, with a Masters in Early Childhood Development from Wheelock in Boston. Wayne graduated from Salem State College and is a Supervisor of International Customer Service at MKS Instruments.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-2-2-2) Kira Adele Mattheson, born 22 May, 1993 at Middlesex County, Massachusets.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3) Roger Bruce Allen, born 14 February, 1934 at Modesto, California, died 19 January, 1980 at Los Angeles, California and buried at Mountain View Cemetery, Pasadena, California. He married August 1966 at Fresno, California to Bette Irene Carbine (born 10 December, 1937 at Fresno to Frederick Wallace Carbine and Eva Thomson). Roger and Bette graduated from Fresno State University, he was an agronomist, and served two years in the U.S. Army. After Roger's death Bette remarried to Kenneth Shutt.
                            Children of Roger and Bette;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-1) Tracy Ann Allen, born 3 April, 1964 at Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York, died 12 January, 1994 at Marysville, California, and buried at Sierra View Cemetery at Marysville.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-2) Kristen Lee Allen, born 21 August, 1966 at Portland, Oregon, married 7 August, 1993 at Tilburon, California to Sean Norton (son of Lawrence and Sally Norton). Kristen has a B.A. from the University of California at Santa Barbara, she is Vice President of a Wells Fargo Bank branch, and Sean is manager of a print shop.
                              Their three children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-2-1) Kelsey Allen Norton, born 25 February, 1997 at Marin County, California.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-2-2) Connor James Norton, born 3 March, 1999 at Marin County, California.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-2-3) Fiona Grace Norton, born 17 September, 2001 at Marin County, California.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-2-3-3) John Spencer Allen, born 22 October, 1968 at Pasadena, California, he has a B.A. from Sacramento State University.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-3) Millicent Frances Williams, born 17 July, 1900 at San Francisco, California as twin of Ruth Adele above, died unmarried 1 March, 1955 at Washington, D.C.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-4) Harrison Grant Williams, born 29 November, 1914 at Berkeley California, married 21 April, 1946 at Berlin, Germany to Eddie Laura Kennedy of Bedford, Virginia (born 14 September, 1922 at Lynchburg, Virginia to Maurice R. Kennedy and Margaret Foster).
                          Their adopted son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-6-4-1) Joel Harrison Williams, born 23 December, 1952 at Linz, Austria.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7) Eleanor Elizabeth Williams, born 28 May, 1874 at Victoria, B.C., died 20 March, 1934 at Petaluma, California, married December 1905 at Los Gatos, California to Temple Wightman (born 13 March, 1878 at London, England to William Fawcett Wightman and C.H. Martin, both resident England, Temple died 1938 at Napa, California).
                        Their six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-1) Temple Fawcett Wightman, born 2 December, 1906 at Skyland, California, married in 1938 to Ruth Siedel of San Leandro, California, with no children.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-2) Pricilla Wightman, born 24 November, 1907, married 22 October, 1933 at Santa Rosa, California to Vernon Clifford Mickelson (born 3 April, 1909 at Healdsburg, California to Otto Emil Mickelson of Denmark and Diana Marir Christopherson).
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-2-1) Cheryl Elise Mickelson, born 30 May, 1936 at San Francisco, California.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-2-2) Linda Lou Mickelson, born 29 April, 1939 at San Francisco, California, married 23 June, 1963 at Rocky River, Cleveland, Ohio to Edgar Korn Marcuse of New York City (born 1938).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-3) Paul Martin Wightman, born 19 August, 1909 at Skyland, California, died 3 March, 1947 at Oakland, California, married in the 1930s at Los Angeles, California to Beverly Linden (daughter of Bernard Linden and Hanna Prescott).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-3-1) Keith Wightman, born 14 September, 1939 at Oakland, California.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-3-2) Lance Wightman, born 16 July, 1941 at Oakland, California.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-3-3) Paula Wightman, born 7 September, 1944 at Oakland, California.

                          The three children were later adopted by their stepfather, Samuel York.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-4) Kenneth McTavish Wightman, born 10 April, 1911 at Petaluma, California, married sometime after the 1940 census at Petaluma to Phyllis Sanderson Hardin.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-4-1) Carol, noted as "daughter of Phyllis", presumably with a partner previous to Kenneth.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-4-2) Kenneth McTavish Wightman II,

                            born about 1945, married 9 May, 1970 at Springfield, Oregon to Patricia Ann Stafford (born about 1946 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Stafford of Eugeen, Oregon)

                            Kenneth is a much noted land surveyor and executive at Portland, Oregon. They had two sons at Albany, Linn county, Oregon.

                            Wedding photo of Kenneth McTavish Wightman II and Patricia Ann 
                            Kenneth McTavish Wightman II and Patricia Ann Stafford
                            photo from Eugene Register-Guard - May 17, 1970

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-5) Sterling Edgecomb Wightman, born 12 May, 1914 at Petaluma, California, was unmarried.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-6) Kingsley Westholt Wightman, born 13 February, 1916 at Petaluma, California, married 12 July, 1945 at Tacoma, Washington to Mary Eileen Berry (born 8 August, 1912 at Laurian, Montana to James J. Berry and Margaret E. Nason).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-7-6-1) Daniel Joseph Wightman, born 20 December, 1946 at Oakland, California.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-2-8) Edythe Louise Williams, born 29 October, 1876 at Victoria, B.C., died 6 November, 1960 at Berkeley, California, married 10 November, 1932 at Medford, Oregon to Fremont Morse as his second wife, with no children.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-3) Charles John Dodd, born 1848 at Fort Simpson in what is now B.C., died 9 May, 1891 at London England where he worked for a book publisher. He was unmarried in the 1881 census at London, England, with his brother Henry, and their English cousin Edward J. Dodd. His wife's name not yet noted.
                      His two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-3-1) Edward Dodd.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-3-2) Louise Dodd.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-4) Edward James Dodd, born 9 November, 1851 at Victoria in what is now B.C. In 1885 he was noted as visiting Victoria, but then in business in New York City.(159)
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-5) Roderick Finlayson Dodd, born 3 December, 1853 at Victoria in what is now B.C., died 6 December, 1890 at Salem, Oregon in a train wreck. He married 26 July, 1888 at San Francisco, California to Willie Josephine Clarke. Roderick was a Hudson's Bay Company Factor.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-6) Dugald McTavish Dodd, born 18 July, 1857 at Victoria in what is now B.C., married Mary (?). In the 1881 census he was an unmarried "Drapers Shopman" in Liverpool, England. He became an importer of British Goods at New York City.
                      Their two daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-6-1) Dorothy Dodd, born 14 August, either 1886 or 1892, she was unmarried.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-6-2) Grace Mary Dodd, born 1888, died 22 July, 1909 (same date as birth of her twins), married Halsey Jackson.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-6-2-1) Robert E. Jackson, was married twice, first wife not yet identified, married secondly to Anne Valentine, four children not yet identified.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-6-2-2) Grace Mary Halsey Jackson, born 22 July, 1909 as twin of Robert, married Samuel S. Steele (died 1964) with two sons not yet identified.

                        Halsey Jackson remarried after the death of Grace Mary.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7) Henry Work Dodd, born 2 January, 1860 at Victoria in what is now B.C., died 28 June 1921 at London, England, married 13 April, 1886 at Hampstead, London, England to Agnes Shuter (born 1851 to James Legasick Shuter). Henry was an Ophthalmic Surgeon.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-1) Ruth Shuter Dodd, born 25 December, 1886, was unmarried.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-2) Charles Edward Shuter Dodd, born 2 May, 1891, married in 1921 to Elizabeth Mabel Birchenough (daughter of Sir Henry Birchenough). He served 1939–1943 as United Kingdom Ambassador to Panama.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-2-1) James H. B. Dodd, born 1925 at St. George Hanover Square, London, England, married 1953 at Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England to Mary L. Forwood.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-2-2) Imogen E. B. Dodd, born 1931 at Marylebone, London, England, married 1953 at Westminster, London, to Henry G. Woods.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3) Roderick James Shuter Dodd, born 19 June, 1894, married 9 November, 1922 at Bombay to Ella Muriel Eve (daughter of Samuel Frederick Eve), and had at least one child;(160)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1) Crystal Pamela Muriel Dodd, born 20 January, 1925, died 9 January, 1991, married 29 November, 1947 at London, England to Peter Guthrie Grey, MC, MBE, (born 9 January, 1918 to George Edward Grey and Lauris O'Brien, died 14 October, 1965).
                          Fiona Grey notes;

                          "He joined the army as a volunteer in September 1939, and was soon sent to India, where he passed the first few years of the war as ADC to the Governor of Bengal in Calcutta. He spent the second half of the war very differently in Burma, as an officer in the 8th Gurkha Rifles, earning an MC and MBE for his pains.

                          "After the war Peter joined the Imperial Tobacco Company of India as an accountant. He became ill in 1962, was repatriated to Sussex and died of cancer in 1965, leaving Crystal to bring up 4 children, with generous financial assitance from her mother Muriel."

                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-1) Hugh Guthrie Grey, born 16 February, 1949, died 19 May, 2001, married 9 November, 1974 Fenella Casswell (born 26 January, 1951). Hugh worked as banker in London.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-1-1) Mathew Grey, born 6 April, 1975, married 11 September, 2007 to Amy Cook. They have a son.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-1-2) Jennifer Grey, born 11 September, 1976.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-2) Jonathan Guthrie Grey, born 23 October, 1951, married 17 September, 1980 to Susan Drummond Kaye Williamson (born 15 June, 1954).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-2-1) Jessica Eve Grey, born 13 May, 2001.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-2-2) Peter Dodd Grey, born 15 February, 2004.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-3) Toby Guthrie Grey, born 25 September, 1953 married 11 October, 1986 to Laetitia Dunoyer de Noirmont (born 19 March, 1955).
                            Their two sons:

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-3-1) Julian Grey, born 18 March, 1990.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-3-2) Antoine Peter Grey, born 8 April, 1995.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-7-3-1-4) Fiona Eve Grey, born 10 February, 1956, lives in East Sussex and works privately as a midwife, her research is source of the data on this line of descent.

                    A source(161) notes Grace with seven children at time of Charles Dodd's death in 1860, and that she "in 1863 was charged in court for harbouring deserters from a ship". Also notes that 2 January, 1864 she remarried at Victoria to a neighbour, Alfred Gorridge, who "was rumoured to be after the Dodd money, and did make off with the Dodd property."
                    Their daughter;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-5-8) Grace Harriett Gorridge, born 24 December, 1865, christened 3 August, 1867 at St Andrews Roman Catholic Cathedral, Victoria, B.C. In the 1881 census she is with her 20 year older Widowed half sister Elizabeth and three nieces at Victoria.

                      Civil registration notes the marriage 30 January, 1882 of John Joshua Russell to Grace Gorridge at Victoria. Files excerpting from Newspapers and Divorce Indexes on the BCGenWeb tell a sad tale of Grace's marriage.(162) Proceedures of divorce were begun January 1885 by Russell, the marriage was dissolved 18 October, 1886, and declared absolute 20 April, 1887. Russell was born 1842 in England, son of a cab driver, John Russell, and his wife Emma, and died 20 March, 1896 at Victoria. After the divorce Russell remarried the next year, 17 March, to another underaged girl, 17 year old Annie Elizabeth Boxall, the proceedings for the divorce that followed (wife this time the Petitioner), running from 2 March, 1891 to 12 November, 1893. (Annie remarried 3 May, 1897 at Victoria to William Henry Johnson and died 1960 at Victoria, England).

                      Grace's divorce looks to have been quite contentious, the Colonist Newspaper reported 11 June, 1885 that it "occupied the court during the whole of the day..and is of a nature unfit for publication", and 21 October, 1886 the Police testified "We find respondent guilty of committing adultery with John Flewin and Albert Haynes, but with regard to the plea of cruelty we fail to find that the evidence sustains same". The co-respondant, Albert Hayes, married in 1886 to a 14 year old girl, divorcing her two years later at which time she was "at present an inmate of a house of ill repute in Vancouver".

                      A sad report in the Colonist 13 April. 1887 notes "The ex-wife of J.J. Russell, who divorced from her husband last fall, has gone entirely to the bad. She left Victoria with a young man named Thompson and $600. At San Francisco, CA, Thompson deserted her, taking with him her money".

                  Matooskie married secondly 7 February, 1831 at the Red River Settlement to Pierre LeBlanc, a carpenter, and long time Hudson's Bay Company employee, her former husband McTavish paid a £200 dowry, and arranged a week of leave to LeBlanc for courtship duty.

                  Fort GarryThis 1858 H.L. Hime photograph of the stone house at Fort Garry is copied from page 124 of "Many Tender Ties", credited there to "Public Archives of Canada".

                  Chief workman on construction of the stone house, the first erected at Lower Fort Garry, was Pierre LeBlanc, second husband of Nancy "Matooskie" MacKenzie. Govenor George Simpson and his wife Frances moved into this house in the fall of 1832, Matooskie was servant to Govenor Simpson's wife, one of only two mixed blood women allowed into the Fort. Her uncle Donald MacKenzie literally entered the "bad book" of Govenor Simpson, protesting her abandonment in 1830 by John George McTavish. Donald was often himself at the Fort, as Govenor of the Red River Colony.

                  There was some scandal within the Company on how Simpson and McTavish abandoned their half native wifes and at least in Simpson's case adopted a repugnant racist attitude. John Stewart who had known Matooskie from childhood and had been as a father to her following Roderick Mackenzie leaving to Montreal in 1801 wrote in anger to McTavish;

                  "What could be your aim in discarding her whom you clasped to your bosom in virgin purity and had for seventeen years with you? She was the wife of your choice and has borne you seven children, now stigmatized with ignominy. If with a view of domestic happiness you have thus acted, I fear the aim has been missed and that remorse will be your portion for life. I think it is well our correspondence may cease."(110)

                  Matooskie and LeBlanc had seven year of happiness together and at least four children. Her new happiness ended with a tragic journey from Edmonton House to Fort Vancouver at the mouth of the Columbia River in fall of 1838. The couple with four of their children set off to Fort Vancouver at the mouth of the Columbia River with the last trip of the year, "The Columbia Express". Eight days en route their eldest child, Henrietta, took ill and died, and was buried on the left bank of the Athabaska River.

                  Tragedy was to further dog the journey, late in the day on 22 October, 1838 the overloaded canoe (vessels having been diverted to aid construction of another trading post) was swamped and tipped over in the rapids of the Upper Columbia River at Dalles des Morts ("Rapids of the Dead"). Twelve died in the largest recorded tragedy on the Columbia River. Although Matooskie and her daughter Grace (daughter of John George McTavish) survived, the victims included Pierre Leblanc and their remaining three children.

                  Matooskie and Pierre Leblanc had at least four children, only the oldest now known;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1-6) Henrietta LeBlanc, born about 1832, died October 1838 on journey with her family from Edmonton House to Fort Vancouver, buried on the left bank of the Athabaska River.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2) Anne "Louisa" Mackenzie, born about 1793, died 20 April 1833 at Wawa, in what is now Ontario.(163) She married about 1809 at Fort William to Angus Norman Bethune, a Chief Factor for the Hudson's Bay Company, and affectionably called by him "Miss Green Blanket"(164) (Angus was Chief Factor at the Michipicoten Post in Sault Ste. Marie District near Wawa when Louisa died). Angus was born 9 September, 1783 on Carleton Island in the St.Laurence River where his father, the Rev. John Bethune, was chaplain to the 84th Regiment, christened 9 September, 1788 at Williamstown, Glengarry County, in what is now Ontario. Angus's sister Ann married Henry Mackenzie, an uncle of Louisa, they are in this chart below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-7

                  Angus was listed as a witness on the sale of Astoria to the North-West Company 16 October, 1813 during the War of 1812. Negotiaging for the Americans was Louisa's uncle, Donald Mackenzie (2-1-4-3-2-1-8) and for the Nor-Westers John George MacTavish and John Stuart, who had responsibility for Louisa and her sisters since their father Roderick settled at Terrebonne.

                  John Stuart, (1780-1847)
                  John Stuart, (1780-1847)
                  "Father of New Caledonia"

                  The negotiations followed a siege by the Nor-Westers, during which their relatives and friends would sneak out food to feed their attackers when supplies ran low. Hardly a vicious siege, Louisa's sister Nancy "Matooskie" (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-1) married John George McTavish on the same expedition, presumably with the "enemy", Donald Mackenzie giving away the bride!

                  Angus was with the North-West and Hudson's Bay Companies for fifty years, making two trading expeditions to China, and in 1821 going to London to negotiate the merger of the North-West and Hudson's Bay Companies. One of his children is noted as born in London, presumably during that same mission. At times they lived in the wilderness, in Montreal, and from 1840 at Toronto till his death 13 November, 1858.(165) Louisa and Angus had seven children;(166)

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-1) Angus Bethune, born about 1815 at Fort William in what is now Ontario and christened that year at the St Gabriel Street Church in Montreal,(167) he died withour issue 1 December, 1848 at Brantford, Ontario where he was a doctor. Noted as a Lieutenant of the Militia at Brantford in 1838.(168)
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2) Donald Bethune, born 1821 at London England, presumably while his father was there negotiating the merger of the North-West and Hudson's Bay Companies. He married 3 September, 1845 at Montreal to Mary Telfer Gay, they were living at Bowmanville in what is now Ontario when their son Robert was born in 1855(169)
                    Their children included;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2-1) Angus William Bethune, born 1846 at Cobourg, Durham County, Ontario, and died there 20 August, 1847.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2-2) Robert Armour Bethune, born 7 June, 1855 at Bowmanville in what is now Ontario, he emigrated to Buffalo, New York, where he became an aclaimed architect and died 17 July, 1915. He married 10 December, 1881 to Jennie Louise Blanchard, (born 21 July at Waterloo, New York to Dalson M. Blanchard and Emma Melona Blanchard).

                      Jennie as well as Robert's wife was also an architect and his business partner. Jennie eclipses Robert in the history books, as she became the first professional female architect in the United States, earning a million dollar commission on one project, and was a great champion of women's rights. Jennie was given the great honour of being invited to design a building for the 1892 World's Fair at Chicago, but declined when told as a woman she would receive one thousand dollars, and male architects would receive ten! Surviving examples of Robert and Jennie's buildings in Buffalo are preserved as heritage sites, including structures they worked on together.(170)

                      It is interesting that Robert's ancestors include the Loyalist Rev. John Bethune, who fought in the American War of Independance, entitling him if he chose to put the letters "U.E." after his name as descendant of a United Empire Loyalist, and his wife proved her own genealogy back to one of the Revolutionarys, entitling her to put the letters "D.A.R." after her own name, signifying "Daughter of the American Revolution", any of their descendants presumably could use both sets!

                      They had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2-2-1) Charles William Bethune, born 24 April, 1883 at Buffalo, New York and christened in 1905, died 2 October, 1952 and buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia where he is noted as having served as a 1st Lieutenant in the Medical Corps during WW1.(171)

                        A urologist, his mother spent her last years under his care. The 1920 census at Franklin Street, Buffalo shows Charles noted as a surgeon, married to Wilhelmina (born about 1887 in New York, to a father born in Germany and mother born in New York).
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2-2-1-1) Charles William Bethune, Jr., born February 1919 at Buffalo, New York, died 1950. He became a dancer in New York City, married 7 March, 1939 the actress Ivy Vigder (born 1 June, 1918 at Sevastopol, Russia). Ivy is still acting at 94 years of age!(172)
                          Their one child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-2-2-1-1-1) Zina Bethune, ("Zena Bethune" in some records) was born 17 February, 1945 in New York City, died 11 February, 2012 at Los Angeles, her obituary notes;(173)

                            "while driving in Los Angeles, she saw an injured animal by the side of the road, which turned out to be a dead possum. She got out of her car to check on the animal and was struck by two cars."

                            Zina Bethune
                            Photo courtesy Theatre Bethune

                            She married 27 December, 1970 to Sean Feeley. Zina was an actress in movies and television, her portrayal of a character in a long running soap inspired many young ladies to become nurses!

                            She led a troupe of disabled actors in Los Angeles where she was a noted teacher of dance with an internationally honoured dance company; "Bethune Theatredance / Dance Outreach".(174)

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-3) Louisa Bethune, born about 1822, died 8 February, 1849 at Toronto "aged 22 years", suggesting the birth year may have been 1827.(175)
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4) Dr. Norman Bethune, born 13 August, 1822 at Moose Factory, Hudson's Bay (an area now part of Ontario),

                    and died 12 October, 1892 in Toronto. He came to Toronto with his family in 1840, attended Upper Canada College, and from 1843 to 1850 studied medicine, graduating from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. He was one of the founders of the medical school at Trinity College in Toronto. Norman married firstly in 1851 to Janet Ann Nicolson, they had three sons and four daughters.

                    Dr. Norman A. Bethune
                    Dr. Norman A. Bethune,
                    photo courtesy of Lili Kennedy

                    Only three of the seven children of Dr. Norman A. Bethune and Janet Ann Nicolson identified in this chart so far;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-1) Angus Bethune, born about 1856, listed in the 1881 census at Toronto he was unmarried with occupation listed as "Student M & R".(176) A source says he drowned in a ship collision off the coast of Florida in 1884.(177)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2) Malcolm Nicolson Bethune, born 29 September, 1857, died 4 November, 1932 at Hamilton, Ontario. He married 21 April, 1887 at Hamilton, to Elizabeth Ann Goodwin (born 1852 at London England to George and Elizabeth Goodwin, died 1948). He graduated from Knox Theological College in Toronto, then moved with his wife and first child to Gravenhurst, where he became Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church. The Bethune home in Gravenhurst is now a national historic site, and a "must see" place for every tourist from China.(178)

                      Historic House in 
                      Bethune Historic House at Gravenhurst in Fall 2006
                      By Claudette Bue
                      [CC-BY-SA-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons

                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1) Janet Louise Bethune, born 14 May, 1888 at Toronto, married Thomas Stiles.
                        Their three daughters;(179)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-1) Ruth Louise Stiles, born 1919, married 23 March, 1945 to Hugh M. Neily (son of M.P. Neily).(180)
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-1-1) Bob Neily, source of the data on descent from his grandmother Janet Louise Bethune.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-2) Elizabeth "Betty" Stiles, born 19 February, 1922, married Ronald Cornell.(181). (born 6 November, 1919 to Stanley Cornell and Verna Sutton) Bob Neily notes she died about 2002.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-2-1) John Kent Cornell, born 27 March, 1948.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-2-2) Susan Janet Cornell, born 1 August, 1949.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-2-3) Thomas Cornell, born 1953.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-2-4) Anne Cornell, born July 1958.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-1-3) Joan Stiles, born 1929, married (?) Lindley.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-2) Henry Norman Bethune, born 3 March, 1890 at the Manse in Gravenhurst, died 12 November, 1939 from blood poisoning acquired while operating in a field hospital in China. At age 8 he decided to drop his first name, "Henry", in honour of his grandfather, a Doctor whose career he wanted to emulate even at that young age. He pioneered mobile blood transfusion clinics in the Spanish Civil War, than took his expertise to aid the Chinese in their war against Japan. In China he designed mobile hospitals that revolutionized battlefield medicine; "instead of Doctors waiting for patients behind the lines, we must go to them!" At one point he operated for 69 hours straight on 115 patients, while being shelled!

                        While in England following his First World War service he married in 1923 to Frances Campbell Penney, daughter of a prominant Edinburgh court accountant, a "stormy" relationship, they were at times divorced and remarried, with no children.

                        Mao tse Tung wrote a famous essay in praise of Dr. Norman Bethune,(182) and he has appeared on postage stamps, coins, and posters. Innumerable schools, hospitals, and even a University have been named in his honour.

                        Mao tse-Tung with Dr. Norman Bethune

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-2-3) Malcolm Goodwin Bethune, born 31 January, 1892 at the Manse in Gravenhurst, married 17 January, 1917 at Toronto to Leila Mary Adams (born about 1890 at Toronto to O.F. Adams and Elizabeth Flowers). Their cousin Bob Neily notes they had two children.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-4-3) Flora Helen McLeod Bethune, born 24 October, 1871 at Toronto, youngest daughter, her death noted in the 1 February, 1900 Wigtown Free Press in Scotland (place of death not noted, though possibly mentioned in that paper as she was "neice of the late Alexander Nicholson Esq., Sheriff of Galloway").(183)

                    Norman married secondly to Helen King, the widow of Dr Winer of Hamilton, Ontario.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-5) James Bethune, born 9 December, 1824, a student at Upper Canada College.(184)
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-6) John Wadden Bethune, born 17 November, 1828.(184)
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2-7) Alexander N. "Peach" Bethune,(185) born about 1831 at "Sault St. Marie", presumably Micipocton, married 24 March, 1874 to Sarah Campbell of Haldimand, Northumberland West County, Ontario (born about 1842 in "Lower Canada", Quebec, to Archibald Campbell and Margery Campbell). Alexander at time of marriage noted as a medical doctor resident at Colborne, Northumberland East County.(186) Cannot see this couple in the 1881 or later censuses. The middle name initial was likely for "Norman", though possibly for "Neil".

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3) John Mackenzie, born about 1794 somewhere in western North America (1851 census has him born at "Arthabaska N.O.", meaning "Nord-Oest", age 57 at next birthday), moved to Terrebonne with his father in 1801, and died there 1871.

                  An 1818 letter from the fur trader Willard Ferdinand Wentzel refers to John with title "Lieutenant",(187) other records note him as a "lieutenant in the Canadian Fencibles", on half-pay from 1816. In 1811 he had his portrait painted by Berczy(104). His marriage bond to Mary Catherine Oldham was signed 12 August, 1820, both resident at Terrebonne, their marriage happened 26 December, 1820 in Christ Church at Montreal. She was born about 1799 at Montreal (1851 census says 52 at next birthday) to Jacob Oldham and Madeleine (or "Magdeleine") Campion, her father Jacob was involved in business ventures with Henry and Roderick Mackenzie at Terrebonne.(188)

                  Lieutenant John MacKenzie
                  Lieutenant John Mackenzie
                  portrait by Berczy(104)

                  Home of John Mackenzie at Terrebonne
                  Home of John Mackenzie, second postmaster of Terrebonne, also used as the post office. The photo comes from the website "Terrebonne, une municipalité et son histoire" at
                  John was described as "un riche marchand et entrepreneur de Terrebonne", and served as second postmaster there from 1823 till his death in 1871, succeeded by his son Arthur who held the position till 1881.(189) Some records suggest John's daughter Margaret also acted as assistant postmaster.

                  Interesting coincidence that John's aunt Susan and cousin William at the same time were postmasters at Ullapool in Scotland, see above at 2-1-4-3-2-1-1-7.

                  So far nine children of John Mackenzie and Mary Catherine Oldham are identified;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-1) Roderick Alexander Mackenzie, born 1826, only mention of him found so far is in the 1851 census at Terrebonne with his parents and younger siblings, unmarried with occupation as "Graveur", 25 years old at next birthday.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-2) Marie-Catherine Mackenzie, born 5 December, 1828, married 1861 at Terrebonne to Alexis Mercille ("Marcille" in some records). She is in the 1901 census married, not widowed, at Terrebonne as "Mary Marcil" with two of her children and her unmarried sister Maggie.
                    They had at least three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-2-1) Robert Mercille.
                      His daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-2-1-1) Isabelle Mercille, married (?) Racine. She had a niece Luce Mercille Leger who in 1991 owned the 1811 Berczy portrait of her gt-gt-gt-grandfather, John MacKenzie, used that year in an exhibition by the National Gallery of Canada of Berczy's work.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-2-2) McKenzie Mercille, born 10 December, 1888.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-2-3) Auguste Mercille, born 22 December, 1889.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-3) Arthur Michel Mackenzie, died suddenly 14 January, 1885 at Terrebonne.(190) He succeeded his father as Post Master at Terrebonne in 1871, holding the position until 1881. The 1881 census(156) shows Arthur as 50 years old, so born about 1831. With him in the 1881 census was his 38 year old sister "Maggie McKenzie".
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-4) Robert Andre Mackenzie, christened 30 November, 1832 at St.Louis de France, Terrebonne, no later note, may have died young.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-5) Joseph Masson Mackenzie, born about 1835, as at his death 3 August, 1870 at Whitby, Ontario he is noted as 35 years of age. Witnesses to his burial at Mascouche (a small city then north of Montreal, now more of a suburb, close by Terrebonne) were his brother Arthur, and his cousins Edward Masson and Frobisher McGill DesRivieres. He is not with his family in the 1851 census.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-6) Steven James Mackenzie, born 1838 (according to the 1851 census). I might have mistranscribed his forename.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-7) Margaret "Maggie" Mackenzie, born 8 August, 1842, unmarried in the 1901 census. She was with her brother Arthur at Terrebonne in the 1881 census, and it is possible she acted as assistant-postmaster.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-8) John Jacob Mackenzie, born about 1846, died November 1864 at Terrebonne.(191) Most likely his name was to honour the American furtrader, property developer, and first millionaire in the United States, John Jacob Astor. Astor had some connections with the Mackenzie family, as he had been employer of Donald Mackenzie, gt-uncle of this person, and had visited Montreal, where he had been a repeated guest of "the Beaver Club", a social club of fur trade entrepeneurs. Astor died as the richest man in America in 1848.
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-3-9) Henry Mackenzie, born about 1847, there is an appointment 12 October, 1871 of "Henry MacKenzie, Gentleman, Terrebonne", as Probationary Clerk of Outside Services at Terrebonne, his age noted as 24, parentage not noted(192) but given his father and two siblings were with the Post Office there it is likely he was another son.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-4) Catherine Margaret Mackenzie, at her 1823 marriage she was noted as about 23 years old (193) which would imply she was a daughter of the first, native, wife of Roderick MacKenzie.

                  Louis Masson refers to her as "Marguerite". She married 4 November, 1823 at Anglican Christ Church, Montréal to the "protonotaire" (translates as judge?) Robert Lester Morrogh (born 26 March, 1797 at Québec City. Masson mentioned of Morrogh "one of his daughters is now living in Terrebonne", he does not identify her, but that was probably Anne Margueritte, below).
                  Children of Catherine and Robert included;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-4-1) Robert Morrogh, born 29 September, 1824, christened October at Christ Church, Montreal, died 20 March, 1826.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-4-2) Anne Margueritte Morrogh, born 29 October, 1827, died 7 March, 1905 at Westmount, Montreal (age noted as 78 years), buried 10 March, 1905 at Boucherville. In the 1881 and 1901 censuses she is unmarried at Montreal. Likely this is the daughter Masson noted as living at Terrebonne.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-4-3) Marie-Rachel Morrogh, christened 25 July, 1834 at Christ Church, Montreal, died 11 January, 1846 and buried at Christ Church 14 January.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-4-4) Susan Elizabeth Morrogh,
                    born 28 May, 1837 at Montréal, married 4 September, 1861 at Notre-Dame in Montreal to Sir Charles-Eugene-Napoléon Boucher de Boucherville (born 4 May, 1822 at Montréal to Pierre Amable Boucher and Marguerite Amélie Sabrevois de Bleury, died 10 September, 1915 at Montreal, aged 93 years, 4 months). "Marraine", meaning sponsor or god-mother for Susan at her wedding was Marie-Rachel McKenzie, her aunt.

                    Boucher was a doctor who became a prominant politician and later served twice as Premier of Quebec, he married secondly 26 September, 1866 to Marie-Céleste Esther Lussier, so presumably Susan died before then, though she is noted as dieing shortly after child birth, the child also dieing.(194)

                    Sir Charles-Eugene Boucher de Boucherville, from the book "Quebec, a History, 1867-1929"(195)

                Roderick Mackenzie married secondly, (or thirdly if there was an early not well documented wife), 24 April, 1803 at Christ Church Anglican in Montreal to Marie Louise Rachel, known as "Rachel", daughter of the fur trader Charles-Jean-Baptiste Chaboillez and Marguerite Larcheveque (she was born 13 September, 1786, possibly at Quebec, and died 31 July, 1853 at Montreal).(102)
                Two of Roderick and Rachel's sons and three of their daughters are said to have survived infancy.

                The "ClanMacKenzie" database(196) lists six children of Roderick and Rachel, the first one, John (above), I have determined through other records was actually son of Roderick and an earlier Native wife. John though lived at Terrebonne, so it is easy to see how the mistake was made. I have found two more children of Roderick and Rachel, birth order is uncertain;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-5) Charles Roderick Mackenzie, born 1816,(197) a lawyer called to the bar 7 January, 1843, then resident at Montreal.(198) (Could this be the same son the Clan MacKenzie database records as "Roderick"?)(199) and notes died 1870.
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6) Marie Rachel Mackenzie, a poorly copied page of the Terrebonne Register seems to show "enterrement" (burial) of Marie Rachel Mackenzie noted as 1819 (the day and month too unclear), however I think that was a mistake, and that year actually represents her birth.

                  "Marie-Rachel Mackenzie Bruyère" is noted in a 1991 catalogue of paintings by William Berczy(104), from which the following descent to Renée Bruyère is charted, and from the descent chart of Ben MacKenzie(200), which notes a daughter Rachel married 1843 to Jean-Baptiste Bruyère. Another source(201) says Jean-Baptiste Bruyère was born 1809 at Châteauguay, died 1859, and the marriage was at Terrebonne. That information leads to a 19th century property dispute more fully naming their two sons(202)
                  Their sons (there were three daughters who died young);

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6-1) Robert Felix Antoine Bruyère, noted in 1885 as living in France, though having interests in his late father's estate in Montreal.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6-2) Jean "Ernest" Alexandre Bruyère, noted in 1885 as living in France, though having interests in his late father's estate in Montreal..
                    His daughter;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6-2-1) Renée Bruyère, married (?) Rimaud.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-6-2-1-1) François Rimaud, in 1991 living at Paris, France, owner then of the portrait of his gt-gt-grandfather, Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7) Alexander Mackenzie, born 8 October, 1805 at Montreal, died 8 May, 1862 at Terrebonne. Said in a biography of his son in law (Louis Masson)(203) to have been a Lieutenant-Colonel and member of the North-West Company. Married 17 September, 1833 at Montreal to Marie-Louise Trottier DesRivières.
                  Their fourteen children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1) Louise-Rachel-Marguerite Mackenzie, born 4 September, 1834, christened 10 September, 1834 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, died 24 July, 1880.

                    She married 21 October, 1856 at Terrebonne to Louis Francois Rodrigue Masson (born 6 November, 1833 there as fourth son to Joseph Masson, seigneur de Terrebonne, and Marie-Genevieve-Sophie Raymond, he died 8 November, 1903 at Montreal, and was buried at Terrebonne, his eldest brother, J.W.A.R. Masson, married Louise's aunt Anne, below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-8).

                    Masson was much honoured for his civic and political work (among other posts he served as Minister of Defence to Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada's first Prime Minister), from 1884 to 1887 he served as Lieutenant-Govenor of Quebec. Among his other pursuits, he was a noted historian, writing several histories of the early fur traders, including Roderick Mackenzie, his wife's grandfather.

                    the Honourable Louis Francois Rodrique Masson
                    the Honourable Louis Francois Rodrique Masson

                    Wikimedia credits the public domain source as a December 1879 photo at Ottawa, Ontario, by William James Topley, "Topley Studio / Library and Archives Canada / PA-025594"

                    The 1881 census at Terrebonne(176) has Masson as "Rodrique Masson", a Widower, with occupation as "Avocat M C P", those letters likely representing "Member of Canadian Parliament". Also with him in 1881 are five children, which agrees with the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and the book "Les Cahiers des Dix, v.27"(204) that say of their ten children five survived childhood. Masson married a few years later, 12 September, 1883 to Cecile Burroughs (born June 1863 to John-Henry-Ross Burroughs and Leda Larue, died 1943 at Terrebonne). Of the three children of Masson's second marriage the fist was named "Rodrique", clearly to honour Roderick Mackenzie, and another, Cecile, born 1887, died 14 March, 1962, herself married the politician, Emmanuel Berchmans Devlin.(205)
                    Children of Louise and Louis;(206)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-1) Antoinette Berthe Marie Adèle Masson, born 13 June, 1856, died 3 September, 1856 and buried at Terrebonne.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-2) Marie-Joseph-Rodrick-Alexandre Masson, born 10 November, 1857, died 30 August, 1859 and buried at Terrebonne 1 September, 1859.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-3) Jean-Baptiste-Mackenzie Masson, born 22 December, 1858, died 13 June, 1859 and buried at Terrebonne 15 June.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-4) Marie-Marguerite Masson, born 22 April, 1860, died 1916 at Quebec City, she was unmarried with her father in the 1881 census, and married 23 June, 1883 at Terrebonne to Louis-Fremont Burroughs (born 6 February, 1856 to John-Henry-Ross Burroughs and Leda Larue, he was an unmarried Doctor at Quebec City with his parents and siblings in the 1881 census, he died 27 August, 1917 at Quebec City). In the 1901 census they are at Quebec City, as Marguerite and Louis Bourrough, with no children.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5) Marie Alexandre "Henri" Masson, born 8 December, 1861, died 15 May, 1913. He was a student in the 1881 census, as "Henri". He married twice, firstly 1888 at Montreal to Louise Loranger (born 6 March, 1869 to the Judge Louis-Onesime Loranger and Rosalie Laframboise). Louise was with him in the 1901 census with no children (granddaughter Françoise says there were no children of that first marriage). He married secondly 19 June, 1909 to Jeanne Desjardins (born September 1879 to Dr. Henri Desjardins and Virginie Masson).
                      The three children of Henri and Jeanne;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1) Marguerite Masson, born 4 April, 1910 at Terrebonne, died 7 December, 2006, she married 20 January, 1938 at Outremont to Marcel Faribault (born 8 October, 1908 at Montreal, died 26 May, 1972 at Outremont). Marcel was a director of many companys, author of political books, member of the National Assembly, and Quebec Lieutenant to the federal Conservative Leader, Robert Stanfield.(207)
                        Their seven children (names for some, and birth order, to be confirmed);

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-1) Bernard Faribault, born 20 March, 1940, married firstly 1975 to Michelle Key, married secondly 8 October, 1987 to Ginette St-Jean (born 3 May, 1942). They live in Montreal.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-5-1-5-1-2) Louise Faribault, born 30 August, 1941, died 25 March, 1971 at Ivory Coast, Africa, married 31 July, 1969 to John Peter Bell (born 26 April, 1938). They had no children.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-3) (son) Faribault, at request of the spouse of a child of this person all details including descent is removed from this chart.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-4) Suzanne Faribault, born 30 January, 1945, married 18 February 18, 1967 to Yves Archambault (born 19 January, 1943).
                          Their three daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-4-1) Sophie Archambault, born 8 February, 1968, married 24 August, 2002 to Kevin McDermott.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-4-1-1) Mathieu McDermott, born 29 June, 2005.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-4-2) Brigitte Archambault, born 21 August, 1969.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-4-3) Françoise Archambault, born 27 March, 1973, married 15 September, 2007 To Scott Covell. They live in Toronto.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-5) Françoise Faribault, born 2 October, 1947, married 2 October, 1971 to Jean Gaudry (born 21 June, 1943 at Quebec City). They have no children, and live at Montreal. Her emails have provided much of the data in this chart on the descent from her gt-grandparents, Louise-Rachel-Marguerite Mackenzie, and Louis Francois Rodrigue Masson.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-6) Jacques Faribault, born 29 June, 1951, married 31 July, 1976 to Chantal Bois.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-6-1) Eloise Faribault, born 23 November, 1991 at Montreal.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-7) Dominique Faribault, born 24 May, 24, 1954, married 9 October, 1986 to Bernard Pager (born 1 November, 1952).
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-7-1) Etienne Pager, born 2 May, 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-1-7-2) Alexandre Pager, born 27 March, 1990 at Montreal.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-4-2) Françoise Masson, born 18 June, 1911, still alive at time of her brother Henri's death 11 January, 2010, married 29 August, 1935 to Pierre Dansereau (born 5 October, 1911, also still alive 2010). They had no children.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-4-3) Henri Mackenzie Masson, born 19 September, 1912, died 11 January, 2010(208), married Jacqueline Mathieu (born 15 January, 1913, died 28 December, 1998). He was interviewed at Outremont in 1993 in regards to two statues found at the home of his grandparents; Louis Masson and Louise Mackenzie.(209) Henri was a noted historian, author of "Joseph Masson, dernier seigneur de Terrebonne, 1791-1847" and "La Seigneurie de Terrebonne sous le régime français".
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-1) Henri Mackenzie Masson, born 15 May, 1940, married 31 July, 1965 to Diana Stidwill. They live in Ottawa. Dr. Masson is a Gynecologist, but also looks to have continued his family's interest in history; in 2009 he donated to the Société historique de Saint-Boniface in Manitoba several letters from Louis Riel to his Masson ancestors who helped fund Riel's education.(210)
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-1-1) Paul Masson.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-1-2) Marc Masson.
                            His son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-1-2-1) Daniel Masson.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-1-3) Claire Masson.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-2) Michèle Masson, born 22 January, 1943, died 6 October, 1970, married Bernard Dagenais, they had no children.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-3) Raymond Masson, born 18 April, 1947 at Montreal.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-4) Madeleine Masson, born 21 July, 1953, married Daniel Labonté, they live in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-4-1) Amélie Labonté.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-4-2) Philippe Labonté.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-4-3) Isabelle Labonté.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-5) Gilles Masson, born 2 February, 1955, married in 1980 to Suzanne Duplessis, they live in Rimouski.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-5-1) Thomas Masson, born 19 September, 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-5-2) Jeanne Masson, born 14 July, 1984.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-5-3-5-3) Vincent Masson, born 19 February, 1995.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-6) Marie-Sophie-Rachel Masson, born 17 September, 1863 at Terrebonne and christened there 23 September. She died 19 August, 1864 and was buried buried at Terrebonne 22 August.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-7) Alexandre-Francois-Leon Masson, born 10 January, 1865 at Terrebonne, buried there 25 July, 1900. He married in 1888 to Valerie Duchesneau (daughter of Dr. J-A Duchesneau and Marie-Valerie Poulin). After his death Valerie remarried to Dr. Raoul Masson, son of Joseph-Edouard Masson, and grandson of the Honourable Edouard Masson.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-8) Ondonye Masson, born and buried 24 August, 1866 at Terrebonne.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-9) Louis-Pierre-Paul-Antoine Masson, born 25 September, 1867 at Terrebonne, died there 21 November, 1891.
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-10) Marie-Coralie-Henriette Masson, born 17 October, 1869 at Terrebonne, and christened there 19 October. She died 11 May, 1872 and was buried 15 May at Terrebonne.
                    11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11) Marie-Josephine-Adelaide Masson, born 8 February, 1872 at Terrebonne, Quebec, married 27 September, 1898 to Charles-Auguste de Lotbiniere Harwood (born 2 August, 1869 at Vaudreuil, Quebec to Robert William de Lotbiniere Harwood, Member of Parliament for Vaudreuil, and Mary Charlotte McGillis, he died 20 June, 1954 at Vaudreuil and was buried there.) Charles was a lawyer at Montreal and Vaudreuil. Marie died in 1941 at Vaudreuil and was buried there.(211)

                      It is interesting that Charles' sister Marie Elizabeth was the wife of Sir Sam Steele, "the quintessential Canadian man of action in the Victorian era. Physically strong and courageous, he personified the heroic qualities of the early North-West Mounted Police."(212)

                      Sir Sam Steele
                      Dudley DoRight of the Mounties
                      Sir Sam Steele Dudley DoRight
                      Sir Sam Steele, a legendary character, led to the development of a whole mythology around the nature of Mounties, from silent film movies, through Hollywood "horse operas" with singing actors such as Nelson Eddy, and the heroic fictional cartoon character, Dudley DoRight

                      This family is in Vaudreuil in the 1911 census as "C Auguste" and Marie Harwood. With them then are five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11-1) Rodderic Harwood, born June 1899.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11-2) Cecille Harwood, born November 1900.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11-3) Charlotte Harwood, born October 1902.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11-4) Charles Harwood, born September 1906.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1-11-5) Louise Harwood, born February 1909.

                    The three children of Louis Masson and his second wife, Cecile Burroughs, were;

                    • Jean-Joseph-Rodrick "Roddy" Masson, born June 1884, died 1958, married first 1905 to Annette Duchesnay and Widowed with his Widowed mother at Terrebonne in the 1911 census. He married secondly 1919 to Geneviève Desjardins. Likely the name "Rodrick" recurring in the Masson family honoured Roderick Mackenzie, grandfather of Louis Masson's first wife.
                    • Masson, born
                    • Cecile Masson, born 1887, died 14 March, 1962, she married the politician, Emmanuel Berchmans Devlin.(205)

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-2) Henry Mackenzie
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3) Anne Emelie "Annie" Mackenzie, born 9 September, 1836 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, christened there 14 September, 1836, she married in 1857 at Terrebonne to James-Frobisher McGill-DesRivieres, and was Widowed by time of the 1881 census at Terrebonne. In the 1901 census she is with her son-in-law George H. Burroughs and four grandchildren at Quebec City.

                    James came by his name as the stepfather of his father Thomas-Hippolyte DesRivieres was James McGill, a prominant fur trader whose fortune went into the foundation of what is today McGill University. James McGill-Desrivieres was involved in a legal battle for the inheritance.(213)
                    They had at least three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-1) James McGill DesRivieres,
                      born March 1859, unmarried with his mother in the 1881 census, occupation listed as "Eng\Enieur".(214)

                      In the 1911 census he was single living alone as as a farmer in the Canton de Hope Nord, Bonaventure, Quebec.

                      Photograph | Master J. M. Des 
Rivieres, Montreal, QC, 1863 | I-5913.1

                      Master J. M. Des Rivieres,
                      Montreal, QC, 1863
                      McCord Museum, I-5913.1

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-2) Annie DesRivieres, born about 1861, unmarried with her mother in 1881 census. Cannot see her in the 1901 census, but her mother then is with four grandchildren I assume are hers. The husband there is noted as George H. Burroughs (born 26 June, 1857). In the 1911 census George is at Quebec City (surname as "Burrows") with the four children, he is noted then as married, not as widowed, so perhaps Annie was elsewhere.
                      The four children in the 1901 census;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-2-1) McGill Burroughs, born 25 June, 1884.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-2-2) Therese Burroughs, born 23 October, 1887.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-2-3) January Burroughs, born 13 November, 1888. A daughter with a very unusual forename! In the 1911 census she is noted as "Oliva".
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-2-4) Lester Burroughs, born 4 October, 1893.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-3-3) Alexandre DesRivieres, born about 1863, unmarried with his mother in 1881 census.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-4) Françoise Alexandrine Mackenzie, born 15 September, 1838 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, died there 18 March, 1863.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5) François Guillaume "Alexandre" Mackenzie,

                    born 10 July, 1840 at Ste-Scolastique, and christened there 13 July, 1840, died sometime before the 1911 census. "Alexander" in the 1881 census, "Alexandre" in the 1901 census.

                    He married 30 November, 1867 at Ste-Scolastique to Marie Alphonsine Coron (born 8 or 24 August, 1842 at Ste-Scolastique, died 11 August, 1937 at St-Canut).

                    Alexandre Mackenzie
                    Marie Alphonsine Coron and François Guillaume "Alexandre" Mackenzie

                    From article "Mackenzie et Colford : deux noms evocateurs" in section "Secteur St-Canut 150 ans"
                    in le Mirabel Vol 37, no 10, 29, nov, 2008

                    There are some conflicting details regarding children of this couple, more research is needed!
                    Their ten children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1) Louis Rodrigue Alexandre Mackenzie, born 2 December, 1868 at Ste-Scolastique, "Alexander" in the 1881 census, married 27 June, 1892 at Montreal to Juliette Lafortune (born 18 March, 1863). In the 1901 census this couple with three children is at Saint-Louis Ward of Montreal, in 1911 they are at Maisonneuve in Montreal with four children. In 1921 they are still at Montreal, with unmarried children Juliette and Alexandre. In 1933 Cecil W. Mackenzie, when writing his book "Donald Mackenzie, `King of the North-west'"(215) exchanged letters with Louis, who signed himself "Louis Alexander Roderick Mackenzie". Cecil is in this chart at 2-1-4-3-2-1-8-8-1
                      They had at least five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1-1) Juliette Mackenzie, born 27 April, 1893.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1-2) Marguerité Mackenzie, born 24 October, 1895, not with the family in the 1911 or 1921 census.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1-3) Alexandre Mackenzie, born 7 March, 1898.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1-4) Joseph Mackenzie, born January 1904, not at home with his parents in the 1921 census.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1-5) Henri Mackenzie, born July 1906, not at home with his parents in the 1921 census.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-2) Francois Guillaume Henri Mackenzie, born 3 April, 1870, "Francis" in the 1881 census, married 6 May, 1907 at Montreal to Albertine Tasse.(216) This couple is in the 1911 census at Cote St. Paul in the Jacques Cartier district. No children then, but also present was a grandmother of Albertine, "Jarri Rose de Lima", born January 1826 (from the Painchaud researches shown to be "Rose Delima Painchaud", born 18 January, 1826 at Montreal, died 9 August, 1912 at Montreal). In that census he is noted as "William T. MacKenzie", born April 1871, and Albertine as born March 1873.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-3) Pierre Leon Roch Mackenzie, born 10 April, 1872 at St-Canut, "Leon" in the 1881 census, christened there 12 April, 1872, died there 24 August, 1887.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-4) Marie Bernadette Apolline Mackenzie, born 30 August, 1874 at Ste-Scolastique, died there 23 September, 1874.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-5) Apolline Mathilde Mackenzie, born 14 July, 1875 at St-Canut. Like her sister Louise below she is listed as five years old in the 1881 census.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-6) Marie Louise Hectorine Mackenzie, born 14 September, 1875 at St-Canut and christened there the next day, "Louise" in the 1881 census. Note that this was two months after the birth of her sister Apolline! Likely a transcription error somewhere. The 1911 census lists her birth as September 1876.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-7) Anne Alphonsine Mackenzie, born 23 January, 1877 at St-Canut "Annie" in the 1881 census. Probably this is the daughter "Adelaide" in the 1901 census with birth noted as 23 February, 1877, with mistranscriptions of dates in either the 1881 or 1901 census.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-8) Andrew Mackenzie, born 17 April, 1879. (the 1911 census has his birth apparently at April 1883). In the 1921 census Andrew is Head of Household, unmarried, with his Widowed mother and unmarried sister Marie Louise at St. Canut.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-9) Francis Mackenzie, born 5 August, 1882.
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10) Marie Joseph Henry Vitalien Mackenzie, born 5 December, 1886 and christened 7 December at St-Canut, "Marie" in the 1881 census, died 15 June, 1976 at Mirabel. He married 5 October, 1914 at St-Canut to Rose-Irma Constantin (born 15 May, 1892 to Isidore Constantin and Rose De Lima Brazeau).
                      There were nine children, birth order that follows may be wrong;(217)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1) Guy Mackenzie, lived at St-Canut, died January 2006, was married 1953 at Mirabel to Yolande Latour (she was still alive 2010).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-1) Patrick Mackenzie, born 2 April, 1957 at Laval, Quebec, his partner is Veronique Desbois (born 30 September, 1960 at Montreal to André Desbois and Hélène Henriette Madeleine Couston), they are both physiotherapists.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-1-1) Karine Desbois-Mackenzie, born 29 September, 1987 at Laval.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-1-2) Noémie Desbois-Mackenzie, born 11 August, 1989 at Laval.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-1-3) Gregory Desbois-Mackenzie, born 8 May, 1992 at Laval.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-2) Jo-Ann Mackenzie.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-1-3) Louise Mackenzie, born 8 March, 19??.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-2) Joseph Euclide "Henri" Mackenzie, has died. Christened 1 February, 1921 at Sainte Catharine-d'Alexandrine, Montreal, died 17 January, 2008, married Gertrude Noreau with three children.(218)
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-3) Alexandre Mackenzie, has died.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-4) Jacques Mackenzie, has died, married Armande Simoneau (born 1940, died 20 July, 2010).(219)
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-5) Madeleine Mackenzie, has died.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-6) Jacqueline Mackenzie, has died.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-7) André Mackenzie, born 1924, died 12 June, 2010 at Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts, Quebec, was married to Fleurette Dagenais (daughter of Hormidas Dagenais and Aurore Forget, Fleurette predeceased André), no children noted in his obituary.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-8) Rachel Mackenzie, alive at time of her brother André's obituary 2010, her husband noted as the late Roger Legault.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-10-9) Louise Mackenzie, alive at time of her brother André's obituary 2010, her husband noted as Gilles Garrand.

                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-6) Marie Angelique Mackenzie, born 23 November, 1841 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and christened there 28 November, 1841.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7) Rodrique Henry Morrogh Mackenzie, born 29 November, 1843 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, married 7 April, 1869 at St-Jean d'Iberville to Camile Marie Larue Poirer. The Province of Manitoba index of Civil Registrations notes a death 27 November, 1890 of a "Cammila McKenzie" aged 42 in the Assiniboia District. In the 1871 census the family is still at St. Canut, Quebec, 26 year old "Henri" as a "Cultivateur", with 23 year old "Camile" and 2 year old "Claire".
                    Their two children;(220)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1) Claire Mackenzie, "Louise Claire" in the 1894 birth registration of her son Georges at Assiniboia, "Marie Louise Claire" in the 1896 birth registration of her son Paul-Émile, "Clara" in the 1901 census, "Marie Claire" in the 1911 census, born 9 January, 1870 in Quebec, married 28 June, 1887 at St.Charles, Manitoba to Honoré LaFlèche (born 11 August, 1859 to Jules Louis "Jude" LaFlèche and Odile Lessard, died 6 December, 1909). This couple with six of their children is in the 1901 census in the Assinaboia district of Manitoba.
                      Their eleven children;(221)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1) Marie Louise Camille Claire LaFlèche, "Clare" in the 1901 census, born 21 May, 1888 in Manitoba, married 17 June, 1912 in the Assinaboia District to Joseph Albert Alphonse Cormier.
                        Their nine children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-1) Alberte Cormier.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-2) Roger Cormier, married Aurore Leclair.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-3) Maurice Cormier.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-4) Gertrude Cormier.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-5) Bruno Cormier.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-6) Ange-Albert Cormier, married 7 February, 1949 at St. Malo, Manitoba, to Gilberte Forest (born 7 February, 1924 to Isidore Forest and Claire Catellier, died 1980).(222)
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-7) Gaëtan Cormier, married Annette Rosset.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-8) Fleur-Ange Cormier.
                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-1-9) Yvette Cormier, married Jean Boisclair.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-2) Laure LaFlèche, "Laura" in the 1901 census, born 29 August, 1889 at Saint-Charles (Winnipeg?) 1889, died at Winnipeg 1979.(223)
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-3) Charles Marie "Damase" LaFlèche, "Damon" in the 1901 census, born 8 December, 1891, died 26 August, 1986.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-4) Marie "Henri" LaFlèche, born 11 April, 1893, died 14 April, 1893.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5) Georges MacKenzie LaFlèche, "McKenzie" in the 1901 census, born 15 December, 1894, died 1969, married 26 September, 1922 in Manitoba to Mariette (or "Marietta") Manseau (born 1903, died 1986). He was a doctor at Winnipeg.
                        Their five children;(224)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1) Huguette LaFlèche, born 1924, died 1981, married Paul Lord.
                          They had four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-1) Marc Lord, married firstly to Michelle Parent with two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-1-1) Sébastien Lord.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-1-2) Philippe Lord.

                            Marc Lord married secondly to Dorothy-Ann Donovan.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-2) Claude Lord, married Anna Nikolaus.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-2-1) Nicholas Lord.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-2-2) Melissa Lord.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-3) Denys Lord, married Danielle Lanyi.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-3-1) Brett Lord.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-3-2) Travis Lord.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-3-3) Wesley Lord.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-4) Danielle Lord, married Royson Pollack.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-4-1) Andrew Pollack.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-4-2) Justin Pollack.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-1-4-3) Kadi-Ann Pollack.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-2) Gisele Marie Louise Marguerite LaFlèche, born 27 January, 1927 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, died 5 September, 2003 at Burbank, California. "Canada's First Lady of Song".

                          An outstanding performer, she left Winnipeg in the early 1950s to become one of the largest stars of the early years of television in the U.S.A., a good friend of Jack Benny who helped launch her in the popular show "Your Hit Parade", and later "the Gisele MacKenzie Show".

                          Gisele changed her surname in 1951 to her father's middle name of "Mackenzie" (also of course her paternal grandmother's maiden surname). She married firstly in February 1958 to her longtime manager, Robert Shuttleworth.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-2-1) MacKenzie "Mac" Shuttleworth, born 1961.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-2-12) Gisele "Gigi" Shuttleworth, born 1962, married (?) Downs, lives at California. A long noted musician in her own right and voice of many commercials, as "Gigi MacKenzie" she released an album in 2006 that included a duet with her late mother, Gisele MacKenzie.

                          Gisele divorced Robert in 1965, then married secondly in 1978 to Robert Klein, also later divorced.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3) Janine LaFlèche, born 1930, alive at time of her sister Gisele's death in 2003, lived at Winnipeg, she married firstly to Hector Moreau, with three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-1) Nicole Moreau, married D. Leslie.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-1-1) Stéphane Leslie.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-1-2) Robert Leslie.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-1-3) John-David Leslie.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-1-4) Heather Leslie.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-2) Guy Moreau, married (?) Stephanie.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-2-1) Vanessa-Lyse Moreau.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-3-3) Alain Moreau, married (?) Valérie.

                          Janine LaFlèche married secondly to Robert Helzer.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4) Georges Edouard LaFlèche, born 27 January, 1936 at Winnipeg, alive at time of his sister Gisele's death in 2003. He was a singer, composer, and host of many radio and television shows across Canada, both in English and French.(225)
                          Georges Edouard LaFlèche married firstly to Jeanne A. Tétrault with three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4-1) Leslie LaFlèche, married Donald Hemmings.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4-2) Lyse LaFlèche, married Eriks Juri Raiska.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4-2-1) Ashley Faoro.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4-2-2) Mackenzie Faoro.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-4-3) Michel LaFlèche.

                          Georges Edouard LaFlèche married secondly to (?) Noëlle.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-5) Jacques LaFlèche, born 1940, married Hélène Levasseur, died 1990.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-5-1) David LaFlèche.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-5-5-2) Jonathan LaFlèche.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6) Joseph Charles "Paul-Émile" LaFlèche, born 4 November, 1896, married Cora Desjardins.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-1) Bernard LaFlèche, married Marthe Dion.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-1-1) Gilles LaFlèche, married Sharon Louise Stephens.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-1-1-1) Marc Alexandre LaFlèche.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-1-1-2) Paul Edouard LaFlèche.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-1-2) Michelle LaFlèche, married André Sigouin.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2) Denise Helene LaFlèche, born 23 July, 1930 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, married 19 Feb 1955 at Portage La Prairie, Manitoba to Ralph William Hancox (born 29 July, 1927 at Dominion City, Manitoba to William Henry Hancox and Grace Ellen Jamieson, died 3 December, 2002 at Winnipeg, Manitoba).
                          Their six children;(226)

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-1) Jacqueline Cora Hancox, born 30 September, 1955, married 9 October, 1976 to Raymond Aime Olivier (born 1 December, 1955, died 13 October, 2005).(227)
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-1-1) Monique Olivier.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-1-2) Suzanne Olivier, partner of Rémi Fiola.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-2) Diana Joyce Hancox, born 28 October, 1956, married Dennis Pohl.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-2-1) Cora Pohl.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-3) Ronald William Hancox, born 14 December, 1958, married Rose (?).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-4) Robert Charles Hancox, born 19 February, 1963.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-5) Richard Ralph Hancox, born 26 August, 1966, married Heather (?).
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-2-6) Lorraine Denise Hancox, born 6 April, 1969, married Andrew Henry.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-3) Roland LaFlèche, married Jeannine Mousseau (daughter of Antonin Mousseau and Fabiola Dubois).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-3-1) Suzanne LaFlèche.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-3-2) Marc-André LaFlèche.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-3-3) Marie-Hélène LaFlèche.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-3-4) Jacques LaFlèche.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-4) André Paul LaFlèche, married Lillian Devriendt (daughter of George Devriendt and Maria Lanssens).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-4-1) Jean-Paul George LaFlèche, married Manon Marie-Josée Tremblay.
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-4-1-1) Annabelle Maria LaFlèche.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-6-4-1-2) Chloé Isabelle LaFlèche.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-7) Louis Joseph "Edouard" LaFlèche, born 13 October, 1898.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-8) Solanges LaFlèche, born December 1901 (4 years old in 1905 census), likely this is the "Sister Marie-Edouard, Solange Lafleche, of Winnipeg", whose death was noted in the 17 June, 1991 Winnipeg Free Press.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-9) Blanche LaFlèche, born October 1904 (2 years old in 1905 census).
                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10) Armand Ferdinan LaFlèche, born 13 October, 1907, married Thérèse Trottier.
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-1) Claudette LaFlèche, married Ronald Giesinger (son of Dr. Adam Giesinger and Margaret Ingram of Winnipeg). Claudette and Ronald live at Los Angeles, California.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-1-1) Jacqueline Giesinger.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-1-2) Paul Giesinger.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-1-3) Suzanne Giesinger.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-2) Lorraine LaFlèche, married Daniel Coyle.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-2-1) Diane Coyle.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-2-2) Richard Coyle.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-2-3) Debbie Coyle.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-3) Lucille LaFlèche, married Robert Ingram.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-3-1) Ronald Ingram.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-3-2) Denise Ingram.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-3-3) Richard Ingram.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-4) Robert LaFlèche, married Elaine Dixon.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5) Paul Leon LaFlèche, born 19 August, 1945 at Deloraine, Manitoba, died 10 May, 2008 at Calgary, Alberta married about 1969 to Phyllis Beaudin (daughter of Albert Beaudin and Jeanne Girard).(228)
                          Their three daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-1) Nathalie LaFlèche, married Craig Scherba, noted in her father's obituary as then resident at Calgary, Alberta.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-1-1) Olivier Scherba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-1-2) Xavier Scherba.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-2) Murielle LaFlèche, married Brant Inman (son of Glen Inman and Thérèse Brosseau), noted in her father's obituary as then resident at Deloraine, Manitoba.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-2-1) Thomas Inman.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-2-2) Hannah Inman.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-5-3) Caroline LaFlèche, married Matthieu Clouqueur (son of André Clouqueur and Sylvaine Michel), noted in her father's obituary as then resident at Munich, Germany.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-6) Armand LaFlèche, married Aline Montagnion.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-7) Jeannette LaFlèche, married François LaFlèche (son of Adrien LaFlèche and Germaine Thibault).
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-7-1) Nicole LaFlèche.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-10-7-2) Michelle LaFlèche.

                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-1-11) Honoré LaFlèche, born March 1910, died 30 January, 1938 at Winnipeg and buried there at St.Charles Cemetery.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-7-2) Roderick Morrough MacKenzie, born 6 October, 1871, died a few weeks later, 19 October.(229)

                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-8) William Masson Chabouillez Mackenzie, (some sources give his first name as "Wilfrid", the marriage registration notes him as "Wilfrid-Antoine Mackenzie-Chaboilez"), born 7 February, 1844 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, died 10 April, 1889 at Terrebonne(230) married 17 July, 1885 at Terrebonne to Marie Josephte (or "Josephine-Josette") Duschesneau,(231) newspaper announcement says they left following the wedding to Battleford in the North-West where Mackenzie was resident. A letter from the Terrebonne Member of Parliament reccomending him for a government job refers to him as brother-in-law of Masson, and says he had lost all his inheritance in the 1885 Riel Rebellion at Battleford, at the time he had come east to Quebec to get a wife.(232)
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9) Caroline Apolline Mackenzie,(233)

                    born 10 August, 1845 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and christened there 13 August, 1845, died 27 March, 1914 at Quebec, and buried 30 March 1914 there at Belmont Cemetery.

                    She married 1 September, 1869 at St-Louis de Terrebonne to the "Prothonotaire", Cyrille Tessier (born 10 February, 1835 at Quebec, died 13 August, 1931). Cyrille is noted as continuing his profession as Notary for 72 years, till his death!

                    Cyrille Tessier, Prothonotaire
                    Photo of Cyrille Tessier is from
                    "la Monnai des Sauvages"
                    by Jonathan Christopher Lainey
                    They had four children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-1) Rodrique Tessier, born 1879 (2 years old in 1881 census), not mentioned later, probably died young.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2) Joachim DesRivières Tessier, born 15 September, 1884, christened 18 September, 1884 at Notre-Dame, Quebec, died 24 August, 1973 at Quebec. He married 11 January, 1916 at Notre-Dame to Eugénie "Ninette" Painchaud (born 24 October, 1894, christened same day at Notre-Dame to Antonio Painchaud and Blanche Benoît).
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1) Simone Tessier, born 3 April, 1917 at Quebec, died 13 October, 1996 at Toronto, married 27 November, 1945 at Sts-Martyrs, Quebec to Herbert Hartley, a "Comptable" (born 13 January, 1915 at Winnipeg, Manitoba to Thomas Leonard Hartley and Irene Camillus Hagarty, died 9 April, 2002 at Sandy Lake, Ontario).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-1) Michael Hartley, born 28 November, 1946, a "Comptable", married 5 July, 1974 to Mary Anne Munro (born 17 September, 1949 at Toronto, Ontario to Ralph Munro and Isabelle Jean Smith). A noted athletic family, Michael competed in the 1972 Olympic Winter Games in bobsleigh, Mary Ann was a distance runner.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-1-1) Strachan Hartley, born 14 October, 1976, died 6 July, 2007 of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

                            A noted scholar and athlete, as co-captain at McGill University he led the football team to win the Vanier Cup, (the national championship), while five years running also winning All-Canadian academic honours. After graduation as a doctor he practiced medical research till his death.(234)

                            In 2008 ten of his family and friends cycled across Canada to raise funds for a foundation set up in his honour to provide sports opportunities for disadvantaged children around the world and in Canada.(235) He left a spouse, Dr. Chloe Roumain.(236)

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-1-2) Aimée Noël Hartley, born 20 December, 1978, she has been twice the NCAA slalom ski champion at the University of Colorado.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-1-3) Wyatt Hartley, born 31 July, 1980, a Senior Accountant at KPMG, he had the pleasure in 2000 of playing football with Queens University against McGill, then led by his brother Strachan! He with his siblings and parents has been active in the foundation set up in Strachan's memory.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-1-4) Blythe Hartley, born 2 May, 1982, a world class athlete, she was world diving champion in 2001 and 2005, and won the bronze medal at the 2004 Olympics, she has 14 times been the Canadian national champion.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-2) Ian Hartley, born 2 December, 1947, an architect. He married 23 September, 1972 to Mary Louise Schoemperlen.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-2-1) Megan Simone Hartley, born 16 November, 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-2-2) Brian Benjamin Hartley, born 28 December, 1983.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-3) Peter Hartley, born 1 May, 1954, married Catherine Louvet.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-3-1) Kristen Alexandra Hartley, born 17 October, 1988, died 25 May, 1989.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-3-2) Camille Kristen Hartley, born 25 March, 1990.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-3-3) Lauren Cécile Hartley, born 20 October, 1992.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-1-4) Susan Hartley, born 28 September, 1957.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-2) MacKenzie "Mac" Tessier, born 7 June, 1918, christened 9 June, 1918 at Notre-Dame, Quebec. "Personne" (baptismal name?) was "Cyrille Antoine Jules McKenzie"
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3) Lucile Tessier, born 5 February, 1920, christened 6 February, 1920 at Notre-Dame, Quebec. died 2 April, 2005 at Delray Beach, Florida. She married 30 September, 1939 at Notre-Dame to Mark Donohue (born 8 September, 1909, christened 9 September, 1909 at St. Patrick, Quebec, died 4 October, 1994 at Toronto, Ontario).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-1) Thomas Donohue, born 31 July, 1940 at Pointe-au-Pic, Quebec, christened 3 August, 1940 there, by profession a "Comédien". He married 8 June, 1974 at Chicoutimi, Quebec to Josette Murdock.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-1-1) Charles Donohue, born 16 October, 1974 at Montreal, Quebec.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-1-2) Olivier Donohue, born 16 October, 1974 at Montreal, Quebec, twin of Charles.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-2) Charles Donohue, born 27 April, 1942 at Quebec, christened 7 May, 1942 at St.Patrick, Quebec, died 6 February, 1990 at Montreal, Quebec, buried 9 June, 1990 at "Eg.St-Viateur(Mtl) cim St Patrick Québec". He married 12 May, 1967 at St-Léon, Westmount, to Julie Bélanger.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-2-1) Catherine Donohue, born 29 August, 1969 at Montreal, christened at St-Léon, Westmount, married 8 July, 2000 at St-Irénée to Christopher Nurmi.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-2-1-1) Claire Nurmi, born 22 April, 2002 at Toronto, Ontario.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-2-2) Mark Donohue, born 3 January, 1971 at Montreal, Quebec, married Maryse Rochon.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-2-2-1) Gabrielle Donohue, born 26 August, 2001.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-3) Louise Donohue, born 6 December, 1943 at Quebec, christened 28 December, 1943 at St.Patrick, Quebec, married 15 July, 1972 at St-Joseph-de-la-Rive, Quebec, to Geraldo Forbes.

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-3-1) Alexandra Forbes, born 5 April, 1973 at Sao Paulo, Brazil.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-3-2) Guilherme Forbes, born 21 February, 1975 at Sao Paulo, Brazil.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-3-3) Priscila Forbes, born 4 February, 1979 at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-4) Patricia Donohue, born 23 February, 1946 at Quebec, christened 9 March, 1946 at St.Patrick, Quebec, married 1994 to Corso Serra-di-Cassano.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-4-1) Djalmo Serra-di-Cassano-Donohue, born 17 October, 1977 at Albufeira, Portugal.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-4-2) Arya Serra-di-Cassano-Donohue, born 1 November, 1978 at Auroville, India.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-3-4-3) Gennaro Serra-di-Cassano-Donohue, born 20 February, 1983 at Nueva Helvecia, Uruguay.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4) Marcelle Tessier, born 19 May, 1922 at Quebec, married 15 May, 1943 at Notre-Dame, Quebec to Kenneth Johnson (10 February, 1913 at Edmonton, Alberta, died 18 February, 1990 at Montreal, Quebec, and buried at sea in the Atlantic Ocean).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-1) Sandra Johnson, born 1 June, 1944 at Quebec, married 1 July, 1965 at St-Léon, Westmount to Dominic Farrell, and divorced in 1985.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-1-1) Desmond Farrell, born 25 October, 1968 at Montréal, Quebec.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-1-2) Derek Farrell, born 24 October, 1969 at Montreal, Quebec.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-1-3) Richard Farrell, born 7 April, 1973 at Montreal, Quebec, married Heather Whitty.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-1-3-1) Jeremy Kenneth Farrell, born 10 November, 1993 at Montreal, Quebec.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-2) Derek Johnson, born 12 June, 1945 at Quebec, married firstly July 1980 at United Church, Montreal West to Lee Martin, and divorced in 1986.
                          Their adopted son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-2-1) Colin Johnson, born 30 June, 1972.

                          Derek married secondly July 1987 at St-Sauveur-des-Monts to Cynthia Smyth.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-2-2) Taylor Johnson, born 5 August, 1989 at Montreal, Quebec.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-2-3) Courtney Johnson, born 10 December, 1991, Montreal, Quebec.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-3) Mark Johnson, born 21 March, 1950 at La Malbaie, Quebec.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-4-4) David Johnson, born 21 November, 1951 at La Malbaie, Quebec, married 26 August, 1995 at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, Montreal, Quebec to Karen Aziz (born 16 March, 1959 to Albert Aziz and Florence Cury).

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5) Charles Tessier, born 17 September, 1923, christened 19 September, 1923 at Notre-Dame, died 3 September, 1998 at Quebec, married 4 June, 1949 at Quebec to Ruth Meyers (born 30 September 1926 to George Meyers and Isabel Brown).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-1) Louise Tessier, born 4 November, 1950, married 26 June, 1971 to Jean-Paul Poitras, and divorced since.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-1-1) Frédéric Poitras, born 6 December, 1972.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-1-2) Simon Poitras, born 18 May, 1976.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-2) Janice Tessier, born 26 February, 1953, married 5 July, 1975 at Ste-Catherine, Quebec to Bryden Murray.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-2-1) Catherine Murray, born 15 July, 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-2-2) Alexander Murray, born 11 March, 1985.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-3) Hélène Tessier, married 4 July, 1981 to Louis Baillargeon.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-3-1) Michèle Baillargeon-Tessier, born 17 August, 1984.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-3-2) Catherine Baillargeon-Tessier, born 21 July, 1988.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-4) Marie Tessier, born and died 5 January, 1960.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-5) Julie Tessier, born 3 August, 1961, married 31 July, 1993 at Hôtel-de-Ville, Quebec to Raynald Deslauriers.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-6) Eric Tessier, born 20 August, 1963, married 13 August, 1994 to Anne-Marie Bussière.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-6-1) Camille Tessier-Bussière, born 22 May, 1986.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-5-6-2) Emilie Tessier-Bussière, born 22 May 1986 (twin of Camille).

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6) André Tessier, born 25 December, 1926, christened 20 January, 1927 at Notre-Dame, Quebec, he is an architect. André married 29 September, 1956 at St-Dominique, Québec to Marthe Grenier (daughter of Dr. Bernard Grenier and Eugénie Giguère of Quebec City).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-1) Anne Tessier, born 7 August, 1957, married 27 May, 1978 at St-Dominique, Quebec to Daniel Hotte. Possibly this family is at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-1-1) Charles-Eric Hotte, born 11 August, 1980. (website of the Florida State University, College of Medicine, shows a student with this name, hometown Fort Lauderdale, to graduate 2007 following an aunt into medicine).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-1-2) Stephanie Hotte, born 14 January, 1983.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-1-3) Michael Hotte, born 29 October, 1987.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-2) Lucie Tessier, born 29 November, 1958, married 9 July, 1983 at St-Charles-Garnier, Quebec to Alain Gagné.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-2-1) Marc Gagné, born 19 November, 1985.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-2-2) Sophie Gagné, born 9 June, 1991.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-3) Paule Tessier, born 19 February, 1964, married Philippe Baillargeon.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-6-3-1) Isabelle Tessier-Baillargeon, born 23 September, 1995.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-9-2-7) Marie Tessier, died 2 May, 1929 at Québec.

                  10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-10) (child) Mackenzie, born 15 March, 1847 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and died there the same day.
                  11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-11) Marie Sophie Anne Mackenzie, born 1 October, 1848 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and died there 13 August, 1851.
                  12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-12) Jacques Joseph Edouard Mackenzie, born 1 October, 1848 at St-Louis de Terrebonne. Godparents at the 1872 christening at Terrebonne of Marie Joséphine Adélaïde Masson (above), were "Joseph Edouard McKenzie et Demoiselle Cécile Adélaïde McKenzie".
                  13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-13) Marie Cecile Adelaide Mackenzie, born 7 June, 1850 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and christened there 9 June, 1850. Was unmarried in 1872 when she served as Godmother to her niece Marie Joséphine Adélaïde Masson.
                  14. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-14) Rodolphe Gustave Frobisher Mackenzie, born 7 August, 1852 at St-Louis de Terrebonne, and died there 20 August, 1852.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-8) Anne Caroline Mackenzie, born 1822, died 4 July, 1867 in France. Married 2 June, 1847 at Notre-Dame de Montréal to "J.W.A.R. Masson".(237) Though her husband's forenames were "Joseph-Wilfrid Antoine-Raymond",(238) he seems to have gone through life referred to by the initials "J.W.A.R.". He was the eldest of the six sons of Joseph Masson, and so a brother of Louis Masson who married Anne's niece, Louise-Rachel-Marguerite Mackenzie (above at 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-1).(239)

                  An inheritance dispute between the two children of Anne and J.W.A.R. includes some details;(240) he was born 1819 at Montreal, where he was a merchant to 1858, when the family moved to Paris for the children's education. Widowed, in 1868 Masson moved with the two children to London, and died there at Marleybone 17 May, 1871.
                  Their two children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-8-1) Maria Girardine Raymond Masson, born probably 1848 at Montreal, married December 1869 at Marylebone, London, England to William Prince Stevenson.(241)
                    The 1873 court case between Maria and her brother noted she then had an infant child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-8-1-1) Wilfred Prince Stevenson, born December, 1870, at Marleybone, London.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-8-2) Joseph-Armand-Chaboillez Masson, born 1849, probably at Montreal, died 1913, married in 1869 to Emma Chastelain. In 1870 he was at London when his father purchased him a partnership with a commission merchant. Possibly he was successful in his lawsuit as he is noted in the London Gazzette as his export commission partnership was disolved 29 December, 1873 as he "retired from the firm".(242)

                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-9) Henry Mackenzie, born before 21 November, 1825, died 30 May, 1879. I think this was likely the "Henry-Oldham Mackenzie" noted as living at Montreal and representing the interests of his nephew, Joseph-Armand-Chaboillez Masson (above) at reading of the will of Joseph Masson of Terrebonne in 1873.(243)
                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-10) Louise Mackenzie
                7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-2-11) Elizabeth Christina Ramsay Mackenzie, born 25 May, 1830, died fourteen days later. Her death registration reverses the order of first and middle names shown in the birth registration.

              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-3) William Mackenzie, his birth year or order not known, but as there is a sixteen year age difference between his brothers Roderick born about 1761 and James in 1777 it looks likely he was born in this period. Only records of him seem to be in correspondance around 1912 from Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road Toronto, listing children of Alexander Mackenzie of Achnaclerach.(84) One of those sources says "joined the Fur Traders in Canada", the other notes "went to London and no trace of him".

                It is possible Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road heard from relatives at Ullapool that there had been a William Mackenzie, Merchant at Ullapool, and mistook the son of Murdoch by that name as another brother.

              4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4) John Mackenzie, birth year not noted, but his earliest known child was born 1789, so his own birth year was likely 1767 or earlier, suggesting he was born at Achiltibuie. The book, "Mackenzies of Ballone", on page 37 refers to him as "of Atachol", and Sheet No. 10 of the Findon tables refers to his place as "Atachal". Probably the placename was a corruption of "Ath Achall" (pronounced "atachal") the "Ath" referring to a ford. The road from Ullapool to Rhidorrach travels on the south side of the Ullapool river, until it reaches Loch Achall where it crosses twice, first by a ford and then close by a bridge. Presumably before the bridge was built the ford was the main crossing, and remained in use later for droving sheep and cattle. John's daughter Margaret is noted as living at "Achall".

                NH1595 : The bridge that wasn't there, Ullapool River
                The bridge that wasn't there, Ullapool River
                Imaginary bridges can damage your health.

                Possibly the late 18th century home of John Mackenzie was where
                the modern building on the left is now.

                  © Copyright Karl and Ali and licensed for
                  reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

                John Mackenzie was married first 1788 or earlier to a Mackenzie from Contin Parish, with at least two sons, Kenneth and John as follows. Scottish family naming patterns had first son named after father's father, second son after mother's father, and third son after father. The pattern was not always followed, and some children die young, but it would suggest there was an eldest son Alexander, and the father of John's wife was a Kenneth.

                Descendants of John's sons, Kenneth and John, have done most of the research noted in the descent that follows, notably Sharie Argue on descent from son John,(244) and Joan MacKenzie on descent from son Kenneth,(245) both aided greatly by their many helpful cousins.

                Joan notes various sources place the birth year of John's son Kenneth as 1789 (details below), and Sharie notes son John as born 1790 as at his 1815 marriage he was noted as 25, so that is the birth order used in this chart.
                The two sons of John and his first wife;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1) Kenneth Mackenzie, born 1789 in Contin Parish, though raised in Lochbroom Parish, died 5 February, 1886, emigrated to Canada in 1817 or 1818. The birth year differs in sources;

                  • the 1851 census suggests a birth year of 1789,
                  • the 1881 census suggests a birth year of 1788,
                  • Kathy Hunter has a 1965 letter to her grandfather from another descendant, "Marie", which besides spelling out the full death date says he lived to 97 years of age, so born 1789,(49)
                  • Descendant Joan MacKenzie notes his gravestone reads "1791 Major Kenneth MacKenzie 1886", and a family letter (from Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road perhaps?) notes him as eldest son of his father John.

                  In another email Kathy notes;

                  His obituaries tell me Major Kenneth, nephew of Donald, Roderick, Henry and James (bros of Alexandrina) emigrated in 1818 from "Allapool" in the parish of "Loch Brown", Ross shire Scotland at the age of 28. Another account says born in Contain, Rosshire in 1790. Served five yrs in Rosshire militia. He was a member of the Ross shire Buffs an served in the British Army in the later years of the Napoleonic wars.

                  When he arrived in Canada he resided in Terrebonne Que with his uncle Hon. Roderick, one of the old northwesters connected with Hudson's Bay.

                  He settled in Lochiel Glengarry where he resided until time of his death. A Captain in the Glengarry militia at time of rebellion in 1837-38. Served with Lochiel contingent during the trouble. Promoted afterward to Major.

                  "The Ross shire Buffs" were the 78th Regiment, recruited across easter and wester Ross, the roll always heavy with Mackenzies.(246)

                  Colours of 78th Regiment
                  Colours of the 78th,
                  flags Kenneth would have marched behind
                  in Europe, Africa, and Asia

                  On balance of the sources, birth year of 1789 looks most likely. The censuses were notoriously inaccurate, but to have two censuses 30 years apart agree reinforces that date. The gravestone date of 1791 might be incorrect, and based on whatever age his children or grandchildren thought he might be at time of death. The family letters, if from Alexander of Coolmine Road, can be discounted as Alexander was not aware Kenneth had a brother John who remained in Scotland, and may have been older.

                  Kenneth's mother was said to be John Mackenzie's first wife, a Mackenzie from Contin Parish.

                  Descendants of Kenneth note him as having served in "the Ross-Shire Buffs" before going to Canada in 1817, where he settled at Lochiel Township, Glengarry County, in what was then Upper Canada and is now Ontario. At Lochiel he had two wifes, the first was Ann Mackenzie of Williamstown in Glengarry County who tragically died in 1822 following the birth of her son. Alexander Mackenzie, author of History of the Mackenzies", met Kenneth when visiting Canada in 1879.(247)
                  Child of Kenneth and Ann;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1) Henry Mackenzie, born 1822 by ceasarian at Glen Williamstown, his mother dieing two days later, he died in 1882 at Kirk Hill. Henry married in 1850 to Isabella MacRae (born 23 September, 1823 at Lochiel to Donald MacRae and Ann MacLeod, died 5 November, 1915 at Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario).
                    Their ten children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-1) Ann "Annie" Mackenzie, born 12 May, 1849 in Lochiel Township, unmarried with her parents and three siblings at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario in the 1881 census. Sonia Mackenzie notes her as died 1890.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-2) Donald Mackenzie, born 1 April, 1851. Sonia Mackenzie notes him as died "1878?"
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3) Duncan Henry Mackenzie, born 29 April, 1853, died 1919 and buried at South Lancaster, Ontario. He married Annie MacCrimmon (born 28 March, 1859, died 1942). In the 1881 census at Lancaster, Glengarry County, Duncan and his sister Bella are with their sister Sarah and her husband Donald MacCrimmon, I wonder if Sarah's husband Donald, and Duncan's wife Annie might have been siblings?
                      Duncan and Annie's three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1) Henry Arnold Mackenzie, born 17 January, 1886, died 1957 and buried at Bedford, Pennsylvania, married Berta Russert.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1-1) Duncan Henry Mackenzie, born 1924 at Cleveland, Ohio, died 25 February, 2004.(248) He had a great interest in history and genealogy, served as executive director of Preservation Maryland and active in several Scottish societys. He served in WW2 in the Royal Canadian Air Force, then following the war in the U.S. Air Force. After the military he continued his aviation career as an engineer and test pilot, then switched to a career in advertising. He married twice, his first wife was (from correspondance with Ben Mackenzie) "Mary Ann Sch??".
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1-1-1) Suzanne Mackenzie, born about 1957, married (?) Barrows, lives at Washington, District of Columbia.

                          Duncan married secondly in 1969 to Anne Howard Fitchett Stick, "food editor of the old News American", she is noted by Ben as in July 2005 as living at Bel Air, Maryland.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1-2) Roberta Schero Mackenzie, born 1926, married (?) Cohee with two daughters (per Ben, per 2005 phone discussion with Anne, widow of Duncan Henry Mackenzie), they live at Lakewood, Ohio.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1-3) John William Russert Mackenzie.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-1-4) Alexander Stephen Mackenzie, born 1930, noted in his brother Duncan's 2004 obituary as then living at Atlanta, Georgia.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-2) Sarah Laura Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-3-3) Helene Isabel Mackenzie, ("Helena" in 1901 census), born 21 April, 1895, had a great interest in genealogy "infallible in these matters", her research informed that of her nephew Duncan Henry Mackenzie (above).

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-4) Isabella "Bella" Mackenzie, born 13 September, 1855, died 13 February, 1907 at Kirk Hill. In the 1881 census at Lancaster, Glengarry County, Bella and her brother Duncan are with their sister Sarah and her husband Donald MacCrimmon. She was unmarried in the 1901 census with her Widowed mother and the family of her brother Roderick at Lochiel, Glengarry County, she is noted in the 1904 obituary of her brother Alexander as then living at Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5) Sarah Mackenzie, born June 1856 at Glen Sandfield, died 1941 at Williamstown, Ontario, noted in the 1904 obituary of her brother Alexander as then living there, as "Mrs. D McCrimmon". Her husband Donald MacCrimmon (born November 1848 at Lancaster, Ontario to Duncan McCrimmon and Margaret Mcintosh, died 19 July, 1931 at Williamstown, both are buried at St.Andrew's Cemetery, Williamstown.(249) In the 1881 census at Lancaster, Glengarry County, Sarah and her husband Donald are with her brother Duncan and sister Bella. Duncan later marries Annie MacCrimmon, I wonder if that was a sibling of Sarah's husband? In the 1911 census Sarah, Donald, and their then unmarried daughter Donalda, were at Charlottenburg, Glengarry.
                      Their six children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-1) Duncan Daniel MacCrimmon, born 16 December, 1879, died 1951. He was enrolled in the Canadian Army in WW1 as Captain of the 239th Railway Construction Corps, no doubt commissioned because of his occupation noted as "Construction Engineer", and was awarded the Military Cross during the war. While on leave he visited the ancestral homes (taking a few bricks as souvenirs), and met with relations at Ullapool. He and one of his brothers were surveyors.(250)
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2) Henry James MacCrimmon, born 1881, died 24 April, 1956 a Williamstown, married Alison B. Armstrong (born 1887, died 1932) with four children. His obituary notes Henry with title "Major".(249)
                        Three of their children were;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1) Morrison Armstrong "Army" MacCrimmon, born 7 July, 1922 at Williamstown, died 1 May, 2011 at Calgary, Alberta.(251) In WW2 he served in the Second Canadian Survey Regiment, in which he served in France, Belgium and Holland. He moved to Calgary in 1950 where he had a long and honoured career as a surveyor. He married 10 May, 1952 to Constance "Connie" Bell of Winnipeg. It is interesting that in his retirement years his hobbies included genealogy, I wonder if he could have added to this chart!

                          Army and Connie had three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-1) Cathy MacCrimmon, married Glen (?)
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-2) Jeannie MacCrimmon, married 1980 to David Hugh "Dave" Planche (born 23 June, 1954, died 10 March, 2013).(252)
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-2-1) Alison Planche.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-2-2) Joane "Joey" Planche.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-3) John MacCrimmon, married Lisa (?)

                          Army and Connie had six grandchildren, to which of the three children not noted in Army's obituary, though two are tdentified in obituary of David Hugh Planche, leaving;

                            • (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-?-1) Bob
                            • (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-?-2) Lauren
                            • (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-?-3) Jason
                            • (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-1-?-4) Megan

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-2) Alison MacCrimmon, noted at Montreal in 1956 in her father's obituary, and as living at Toronto in her brother-in-law Jack Irvine's 1997 obituary with partner Jean Morrison, she is noted as still living in her brother's 2011 obituary.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3) Morag MacCrimmon, died 21 April, 1996, married John T. "Jack" Irvine (born 25 July, 1921 at Schreiber, Ontario to Charles and Edith Irvine, died 1 July, 1997 at Calgary).(253)
                          They had four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3-1) Alison Irvine of Calgary.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3-2) James "Jim" Irvine of Edmonton, partner of Stephen Heatley.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3-3) John Irvine of Calgary, married to Janice.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3-4) Robert "Bob" Irvine of Halfmoon Bay, B.C.

                          Morag and Jack are noted in Jack's 1997 obituary as having a granddaughter, the parent not identified;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-2-3-?-1) Sarah

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3) Anna Isabel "Annie" MacCrimmon, born 1885, died 1961, married 3 January, 1908 at Charlottenburgh to Archibald "Archie" Dingwall (born 13 March, 1881 to Ewen Dingwall and Margaret McArthur) with four children.(254) It appears they emigrated shortly after marriage to the U.S.A.
                        Their four sons;(255)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-1) Archibald Dingwall, born 3 May, 1908, died December, 1984.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-2) Stuart Mackenzie Dingwall, born 19 June, 1910 at Washington (presumably in the State rather than at the city, as the source words the location as "in WASHINGTON"). Died 17 July, 1989.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-3) Ewen Clark Dingwall, born 11 February, 1913, died 25 October, 1996. He was named after his paternal grandfather, Ewen Dingwall.

                          He was "the municipal impresario credited with transforming the 1962 Seattle World's Fair from a civic pipe dream into a glittering reality that helped establish the city's reputation as a cultural oasis".(256)
                          He had two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-3-1) Emily Dingwall, married (?) Easton, lives at Seattle, Washington.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-3-2) Donnie Dingwall, she married (?) Jewell.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-3-4) Harry Dingwall, born 20 March, 1918, died August, 1979.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4) Margaret "Donalda" MacCrimmon, born July 1887, died 1976, married sometime after the 1911 census to Clarence Alexander Cattanach (born 23 December, 1885 at Williamstown to John Cattanach and Margaret Jane Slack, died 1976). In the 1911 census Donalda with her parents was at Charlottenburg, Glengarry.

                        Clarence CattanachClarence was an interesting character, inducted 1984 into the Glengarry Sports Hall of Fame for his noted career in hockey and lacrosse.

                        He enlisted in WW1 as a private and received a battlefield commision in France as a Lieutenant. Later he was a storekeeper at Williamstown, and served there as Postmaster from 1925 to 1959, when his son Bill succeeded.(257)

                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4-1) William Cattanach, born 26 June, 1927, married 22 March, 1952 to Norma Donna MacCrimmon (daughter of Farquhar Allan MacCrimmon and Christybell MacNeil).(258) In 1959 he succeeded his father as Postmaster at Williamstown.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4-1-1) Donna Gail Cattanach, born 19 December, 1952, married 21 June, 1975 to Lionel Michael Bougie (born 17 June, 1951).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4-1-2) William Robert Cattanach, born 19 July, 1954 married 19 June, 1982 to Bonnie McDougall.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4-1-3) Neil Duncan Cattanach, born 11 March, 1956, married 18 September, 1993 to Lorraine Hoyland (born 15 July, 1958, died 6 February, 1996 and buried in St. Andrew's Church Cemetery, Williamstown, Ontario).(259)
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-4-1-4) Helen Christine Cattanach, born 17 November, 1963.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-5) Kenzie S. MacCrimmon, born 1889, died 1967.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-5-6) Donald Alexander MacCrimmon, born 8 February, 1893, died 1957. The WW1 Attestation papers noted him in 1918 as a "Defaulter" as he had an artificial leg, they also note him as then single, and his occupation as "Civil Engineer".(260)

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-6) Margaret "Maggie" Mackenzie, born 7 July, 1858, died 1944. She was with her parents and three siblings at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario in the 1881 census. She married Robert McArthur (born January, 1849), and is noted with him in the 1901 and 1911 censuses in Glengarry County. The 1904 obituary of her brother Alexander has them at Moulinette, Glengarry County, Ontario.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7) Roderick "Rory" Mackenzie, born 10 December, 1860, died 1921, married Jessie MacCraig (born 11 September, 1864 in Quebec). Rory is noted in the 1904 obituary of his brother Alexander as then living at Glen Sandfield.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1) Henry McRae "Harry" Mackenzie, born 13 March, 1900, married Ethel Grant.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1-1) Myrna Mackenzie, born 28 July, 1929.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1-2) Roderick Bruce Mackenzie, born 18 August, 1931.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1-3) Anne Mackenzie, born 28 November, 1932.
                          Her daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1-3-1) Myrna McNaughtan, who has shared much genealogy information.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-1-4) Alastair Grant Mackenzie, born 22 July, 1934.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-2) John Percey "Jack" Mackenzie, born 13 March, 1900 (twin of Henry), married 1929 at Toronto to Jessie Yeaman (born 1904 at Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland to James Yeaman and Margaret Whyte, she died 1984). (261)
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-2-1) Margaret Alison Mackenzie, born 1939.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-2-1) (daughter) Mackenzie.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-3) Donald Alexander Mackenzie, born August 1903, died 1966.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-7-4) James Herbert Mackenzie, born March 1906, died 1966, married Ethel Banskill.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-8) Alexander Mackenzie, born 28 July, 1862 at Lochiel, died unmarried of typhoid at the Winnipeg Hospital either 20 or 27 November, 1904, he had lived for sometime in the west, and was buried at Kirk Hill Cemetery, Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario. His obituary notes him as survived by his mother, two brothers, and three sisters.(262)
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-1-9) Catherine "Kate" Mackenzie, born 22 June, 1864 at Lochiel, died there 1866.

                  Kenneth was married a second time, to Catherine Fraser of East Hawkesbury (born about 1806 in Scotland).
                  Their nine children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-2) Alexander Mackenzie, born about 1826, died 1876.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3) Ann Mackenzie, born 4 February, 1829 (1901 census says born 1832), died 25 November, 1914 at Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario. She married Malcolm MacRae (born 12 December, 1825 at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario to Donald MacRae and Ann MacLeod, died 15 September, 1898 at Lochiel).(263)
                    Their ten children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1) Roderick Malcolm MacRae, born 27 January or 1 February, 1855 at Lochiel, Glengarry County, Ontario, died 25 March, 1934 at Lochiel, married 5 January, 1886 at Lochiel to Christina A. "Christy" McMillan (born 22 February, 1859 to Hugh McMillan and Mary, died 1944, she was Widow of a MacRae at time of her marriage to Roderick),(264) they lived at Lochiel and had five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1-1) John Albert MacRae, born 24 June, 1887, unmarried in the 1911 census, died 1929.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1-2) Annie Mary MacRae, born 8 January, 1889, unmarried in the 1911 census, died 1974.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1-3) Catherine R. "Ida" MacRae, born 5 March, 1891. "Ida" was the name in the 1911 census. Ancestral File notes her birth as 1892 at Lochiel, and death 1935, also notes she married Donald Duncan "Dan" Mackenzie (born 1896, died 1959), with two children not identified as still living.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1-4) Hugh Roy MacRae, born 18 December, 1892, died 12 August, 1928 at Lochiel, buried 14 August, 1928 at Kirk Hill West Cemetery. He lived east of Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario.(265)
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-1-5) Malcolm MacRae, born 20 September, 1900, in the 1911 census recorded as "Gilbert", which matches his reference in Ancestral File, which also notes his death year as 1987.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-2) Donald MacRae, born 10 November, 1856, died 1937, married Ellen M. Urquhart (born 1865). In the 1901 census this family is at Lochiel in Glengarry County, Ontario.
                      They had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-2-1) Millie MacRae, born 7 April, 1889.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3) John MacRae, born 13 October, 1858 at Lancaster, Glengarry, Ontario, died 4 February, 1933 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, married 11 March, 1891 at Dalhousie Mills to Sarah MacLeod (born 17 March, 1863 at Lancaster to Murdoch Macleod and Isabella Stewart, died 29 October, 1908 at Dalhousie Mills).
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1) Kenzie Stewart MacRae, born 7 June, 1893 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, died 2 January, 1970. He married firstly about 1915 at Dalhousie Mills to Grace Pearl Thompson (born about 1896 at Dalhousie Mills, died 24 December, 1925 at Dalhousie Mills).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1-1) (child) MacRae, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1-2) (child) MacRae, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1-3) Willard MacRae, two separate listings in Ancestral File, one has him born 21 January, 1923 at Glen Sandfield, Glengarry, Ontario, died 1977, second has him born 22 March, 1923 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, died 13 August, 1977 at Dalhousie Mills.

                        Kenzie married secondly to Winifred Goodwin, (born about 1897 at Dalhousie Mills), with one child noted;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1-4) (child) MacRae, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-2) Malcolm Willard MacRae, born 21 January, 1895 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, died 28 August, 1913 at Dalhousie Mills.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-3) Murdoch Lloyd MacRae, born 11 February, 1897 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, died 30 April, 1983 at Dalhousie Mills, married 26 July, 1923 at Dalhousie Mills to Catherine Mary Thompson (born 21 January, 1905 at Dalhousie Mills, died 19 September, 1989 at Dalhousie Mills).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-1) John Archibald MacRae, born and died 1924 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-2) (child) MacRae, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-3) (child) MacRae, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-4) Sarah Isabel MacRae, born 18 December, 1898 at Dalhousie Mills, Glengarry, Ontario, died 25 January, 1993 at Cornwall, Ontario, married about 1923 to Irwin Beckstead (born 1890 in Ontario, died 21 January, 1974).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-4-1) (child) Beckstead, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-4-2) (child) Beckstead, details withheld in Ancestral File as still living.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-3-4-3) Wilson Beckstead, born 4 July, 1923 in Ontario, died 20 July, 1990.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-4) Malcolm MacRae, born 16 December, 1860 according to 1901 census and Ancestral File, December 1865 according to 1911 census, died 28 October, 1934 at Lochiel, Glengarry County, Ontario, married Ellen Ross. The 1901 census and Ancestral File have Ellen born 1874, the 1911 census says July 1877. However, a Wordconnect tree on has Ellen born about 1864 to William and Abigail Ross, and with them in the 1881 census at Lochiel. In spite of the age difference for Ellen, I think it the right family, as a daughter "Annie Ethel McRae" is noted.

                      Malcolm, Ellen, and family lived at Lochiel, and in the 1901 census had with them Malcolm's Widowed mother and his two youngest sisters.
                      They had at least three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-4-1) Malcolm Roderick MacRae, born 7 August, 1896 according to the 1901 census, September 1897 according to the 1911 census.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-4-2) William MacRae, born April, 1902.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-4-3) John Andrew MacRae, born August, 1904.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-4-4) Ethel Ann MacRae, born August, 1904 (twin of John Andrew). The Worldconnect tree noted above with her parents names her as "Annie Ethel McRae", and says she married George Hope.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-5) Annie MacRae, born 24 November, 1864 at Lochiel, died 1955 at Alexandria, married Donald D. MacRae (born 15 December, 1862). In the 1901 census they are at Lochiel, with no children at home.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-6) Kenneth MacRae, born 4 May, 1868 (1867 according to Ancestral File), died 13 March, 1916 at Richmond, Quebec, married Ethel Mary Ross (born 15 July, 1874 at Lochiel, Glengarry County).
                      The 1901 census at Richmond, Richmond and Wolfe County, Quebec, notes one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-6-1) Hazel Rose MacRae, born 1 December, 1900.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-7) Angus MacRae, born 10 October, 1869 at Lochiel, died 11 November, 1945 at Richmond, Quebec, married Zena Fraser (born about 1873 at Lochiel) with two daughters noted.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-8) Andrew MacRae, born 12 June, 1872, died 20 December, 1939 at Avonmore, Ontario, married Laura McLaurin (born 7 April, 1871 at Lochiel to John B. McLaurin and Margaret). Andrew was with Laura's family in the 1901 census at Vankleek Hill, Prescott County, Ontario, though not there in 1911, and Laura was still unmarried then.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-9) Catherine MacRae, "Katie B." in the 1901 census at the home of her brother Malcolm at Lochiel, noted then as born 1877, though Sonia Mackenzie notes her as born 1874, and Ancestral File notes her born 9 July, 1874. She married Thomas Bethune (born about 1870 at Lochiel according to Ancestral File, however likely the 10 year old Thomas in the 1881 census at East Hawkesbury, Prescott, Ontario, with parents Donald A. Bethune and wife Anna).
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-3-10) Margaret H. "Maggie" MacRae, Sonia Mackenzie notes her as born 1879, in the 1901 census at the home of her brother Malcolm at Lochiel she is noted born 1879, Ancestral File notes her as born 9 October, 1876 at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario, and died 23 September, 1938.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4) John Ban Mackenzie, born about 1831 (Sonia MacKenzie notes birth year as 1833 which agrees with the 1881 census at Ottawa as 48 years old, occupation "Auctioneer"), died 1899, married Catherine Campbell (born 6 June, 1837 in Ontario). Catherine was Widowed with her Widowed daughter Justina in the 1901 census at Ottawa, Ontario.
                    Their four children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-1) Catherine Mackenzie, born 7 November, 1855, died 1939, unmarried with her parents and two siblings in the 1881 census at Ottawa, she married 1881 or 1882 to James Skead (born 22 January, 1851, died 17 May, 1926 at Ottawa).(267) In the 1901 and 1911 census this family was at Ottawa, Ontario.
                      They had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-1-1) James Mackenzie Skead, born 2 September, 1882, Myrna McNaughtan in a March 2005 message board posting has him died 1949 and buried at Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa.(268) He married Helen May Manchester (born 1883 to David Manchester an Ottawa merchant, died 1965) with two children.
                        Myrna notes two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-1-1-1) Frances Skead, a Registered Nurse in Ottawa, Ontario. She served in WW2 as a nurse, and survived torpeedoing of her ship in the Mediteranean.(269)
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-1-1-2) Ruth MacKenzie Skead, married 9 December, 1944 at St.Andrew's Church, Ottawa, to James Frederick Miller (son of Mr and Mrs James Miller of Toronto), their wedding announcement said they planned to live at New York City.(270)
                          Myrna McNaughton notes this couple had at least one child;(271)

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-1-1-2-1) Timothy Miller.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-2) Justenia C. Mackenzie, born 6 March, 1859 at Lancaster, Ontario, died 1938 at Ottawa,(272) unmarried with her parents and two siblings in the 1881 census at Ottawa, she married 1881 or 1882 to William Norman Sears, and was Widowed by time of the 1901 census. The Ottawa City Directory of 1923(273) notes "Justenia C. Sears" as Secretary of "Women's National Bureau of Information", office at 193 Sparks Street.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-2-1) Archibald Arthur Sears, born 11 November, 1883, he was killed 18 November, 1916 in WW1 during the Battle of the Somme as a Captain of the 38th Battalion of the 33rd Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment), and is interred at Bapaume Post Military Cemetery, Albert, France.(274)

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-3) Kenneth Mackenzie, born 25 March, 1861, died 30 October, 1910 and buried Cameron, Texas.(275)
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-4-4) Donald Mackenzie, born 1867, died 193?

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-5) Roderick Mackenzie, born about 1834, died 1853.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-6) Donald Mackenzie, born about 1836, died 1852.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7) Andrew Mackenzie, born about 1838, died 31 October, 1918, he moved by 1861 from Lochiel to the area around Richmond, Quebec including the town of Melbourne, a district known as "the Eastern Townships". Andrew's first wife was his second cousin, the Widow Catherine Mary Macdonald, she is in this chart below at 2-1-4-3-3-1-8. The 1891 census notes the four children with Andrew from his first wife as having mother born in "Jamaica". Catherine died 7 March, 1877 at Melbourne of consumption, Kathy Hunter notes she wrote she was bleeding from her lungs.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-1) Catherine Mary Mackenzie, born 1861 in Quebec, died 1916.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-2) Donalda Alexandra Mackenzie, born 25 October, 1863 and christened 2 February, 1864 at the Presbyterian church, Melbourne, Quebec. She was alive in the 1871 census, but died young, there is a possibility the records mistook her name and sex, may have been "Donald Alexander". Kathy Hunter notes M. A. Burrill notes this person died young.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-3) Annie Helena "Lena" Mackenzie, born 14 September, 1866 in Quebec, married Ernest K. Wilson, a clergyman (born 24 March, 1865). In the 1901 census they are at Paspébiac, Bonaventure, Quebec. By time of the 1911 census at Waterville, Quebec Ernest has a new wife, Annie Smith (born 3 June, 1872 to Thomas "Tom" Smith and Mary Popley Billingsley) with one more child, born soon after the 1901 census;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-3-1) Charles A. Wilson, born 20 April, 1895.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-3-2) Helena M. D. Wilson, born 5 April, 1899.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-3-3) Catherine Frances Wilson, born May, 1901.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-4) Maggie Grace Mackenzie, born July 1867 in Quebec, died 1871 at Melbourne, Quebec. She is noted by her mother in an 1874 letter as having drowned with her brother Kenneth Gordon crossing a creek to see their father who was cutting hay.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-5) Kenneth Gordon Mackenzie, born 1869 in Quebec, died 1871 at Melbourne, Quebec with his sister Maggie Grace.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-6) Alexander Andrew Mackenzie, born 1871 in Quebec, died 4 March, 1897 at Melbourne, Quebec.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7) Douglas Gordon Mackenzie, born December 1873 in Quebec, married Janet Henderson. A 4 May, 2006 email from Marris Lucas says from family letters she knows Douglas Gordon Mackenzie lived at Calgary, Alberta, had angina, and died about 1944. Also included are the following details on his four children, with additional data from the Clan Mackenzie database(199);

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1) A. Grant Mackenzie, born 1913, died 1986, served in the Army in WW2. Wife's name not yet known, but five children identified;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1-1) Ron Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1-2) Ken Mackenzie.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1-3) Lois Mackenzie.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1-4) Joan Mackenzie, source of much of the research on the Mackenzies in Canada.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-1-5) Hugh Mackenzie.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-2) Gordon Mackenzie, born 1913, died 1985, twin of Douglas Gordon above, also served in the Army in WW2, was in Bermuda.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-3) Jessie Mackenzie, married a Dr.Hawthorne.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-7-4) Isabella Mackenzie, married a Mr.Joyce.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-8) Melbourne Keith Mackenzie, born March 1875 in Quebec. The 1891 census confirms him as a son of Andrew's first wife. Unmarried in the 1911 census. Sonia MacKenzie notes him as "M. Keith" died 1961, probably he is the Keith noted in correspondance of Langwell Mackenzie descendants. Kathy Hunter refers to his obituary;

                      Died at McKeage Nursing Home in Sherbrooke.
                      Educated at late Dr. Graham's private school in Richmond.
                      Left for California at an early age and travelled the western states.
                      Was in San Francisco during the quake.
                      Returned to Melbourne and took over his father's business as general merchant, successfully.
                      Retired after 51 yrs. St Andrew's church member, mason and a shriner.

                      He married Jane Mackenzie of Melbourne Quebec, his distant cousin (fourth, once removed), she is below at 2-1-4-3-3-1-1-3-11

                    "Andrew McKenzie of Melbourne, Merchant, widower," married secondly 30 March, 1881 at the Methodist Church, Melbourne to Janet Fraser. Janet was born about 1851 in Ontario according to census reports, though at time of the marriage she was resident at Lachine. They were living together in the 1881 census at Melbourne, Quebec, with six children from Andrew's first marriage. Andrew and Janet were maternal grandparents of the father of Margaret Ann Burrill. Sonia MacKenzie notes three children to Andrew and Janet, with a fourth shown in the 1891 census;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9) Jane Fraser Mackenzie, born 11 December, 1882, died 9 April, 1945, married 27 October, 1909 at “Bonnieblink” Melbourne, Quebec to Augustus Wyndham Converse (born 21 March, 1877 at Melbourne to Augustus Converse and Jane F. McEvenue, died 23 February, 1923).(276)
                      Their six children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-1) Augustus McKenzie Converse, born January, 1911, as noted in the 1911 census at Melbourne, Quebec with his parents), died 1983, married 1965 at Adelaide, South Australia to Valerie Noel Williams of Iver, Buckinghamshire, England (daughter of Watkin Williams)
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-2) Kathleen Margaret Converse, born 1912.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-3) Clarissa Jane Converse, born 1914.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-4) Frederick Wyndham Converse, born 1915.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-5) John Fraser Keith Converse, born 1917.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-9-6) William Douglas Converse, born 1919, married Eva M. Gifford (born 1929, has died, date not known).

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-10) Catherine Mackenzie, born 1883, died 1891.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-11) Victoria Grace Mackenzie, born 8 August, 1887, died 11 October, 1953, married sometime after the 1911 census to Frederick Lawrence Converse (born 30 June, 1889 at Melbourne, Quebec, to Augustus Converse and Jane F. McEvenue, died 1963), Frederick was brother of her sister Jane's husband, Augustus Wyndham Converse.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-7-12) Fraser Mackenzie, born about 1890, 1 year old with his family in the 1891 census.

                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-8) James Mackenzie, born 1840, died 1842.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-9) Kenneth Mackenzie, born about 1842, in the 1881 census he was unmarried, with his Widowed father and other relatives at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario.
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-10) James Mackenzie, born 18 January, 1845, married 4 September, 1874 at Richmond, Quebec to Ann Jane Mackenzie (born 19 November, 1845 at Shipton, Richmond County, Quebec, to Roderick MacKenzie and Ann MacKenzie. Both of Ann Jane's parents are in this chart, her father at 2-1-4-3-3-1-3, her mother at 2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3.

                    Ann Jane's father was of the Mackenzie of Langwell, family, brother of the Alexander that married Alexanderina further down this chart at 2-1-4-3-3-1-2. Ann Jane was a sister of the Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie that married James's sister Margaret, below.(50) James was with his Widowed father and other relatives in the 1881 census (including three of his children) at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario.

                  10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-11) Margaret "Maggie" Mackenzie, born July 1847, died 1927, married 1874 to Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie (born 19 July, 1843 or 1844 at Shipton, Richmond County, Quebec, to Roderick MacKenzie and Ann MacKenzie). Kenneth and their three children are in this chart above at 2-1-4-2-1-4-8-3-8. Kenneth was a brother of Ann Jane Mackenzie, wife of Margaret's brother James, above. This family is in the 1911 census at Melbourne, Quebec.
                  11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-1-12) Murdoch Mackenzie, born about 1848, in the 1881 census he was unmarried, with his Widowed father and other relatives at Lochiel, Glengarry, Ontario, his occupation as "Merchant". Sonia MacKenzie notes him as died "192?".

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2) John Mackenzie, born about 1790, married 6 February, 1815 to Elizabeth "Bessie" Robertson, (daughter of John Robertson of Polchorrie, Lochbroom),(277) his residence noted then in the Parish Register as at Dalcanloch, hers at Glastullich. They lived at Dalcanloch till 1828 when their house burnt down, then moved to Gilbert Street in Cromarty where John died 21 March, 1839 and Bessie died 16 November, 1848.

                  John and Bessie's five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1) John Alexander Mackenzie, born about 1821, christened 9 October, 1825 in Lochbroom, died 1871 in or near Listowel, Elma Township, Perth County, Ontario. John married 20 December, 1850 at Cromarty to Catherine Maclennan where reportedly he was Chief Constable and lived in the housing area at the back of the courthouse. Catherine was born 7 April, 1827 or 1830 at Cromarty to William MacLennan and Mary Cameron and christened there 12 April, 1831, she died 1 January, 1916 in Manitoba at her son John's home. In the 1851 census John and Catherine were at Geranium Street in Cromarty, John noted as born at Lochbroom, Catherine at Dingwall.

                    John and Catherine emigrated in 1854 with their son John Alexander and according to family letters in 1855 they were in the 12th Concession of Elma Township, near Attwood and Listowel in Perth County.

                    According to his granddaughter Kathleen Arkell Gray, John McKenzie, his father and his brothers, uncles, etc. dealt in wool; raw and finished. They had offices in both England and Scotland and intended to open in America, but when John and Catherine arrived at Montreal, it was closed to all because of smallpox. They and everyone else on the boat were taken into Ontario. John knew nothing about farming, but made a good farm. John died when Christina, Kathleen's mother, was eight years old.

                    A few years after John died in 1871 Catherine came west with her boys to Manitoba. Christina went to school in Hamilton. In the 1901 census Catherine was in the home of her son Kenneth, and at her death in 1916 at the home of her son John.

                    Gail Coward notes that her mother, Hazel Mackie, remembered her grandmother, Catherine McLennan McKenzie, as always "dressing" for the afternoon in a good gown, didn't "do" anything (work). Catherine, when asked what she would be if she wasn't Scottish snapped "Very ashamed of myself!"

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1) John Alexander Mackenzie, born 14 October, 1851 at Rothsay in Cromarty, RossShire, Scotland, died 13 October, 1930 at Harding. According to his obituary he came west to Manitoba in 1880 and took up his homestead in 1882 at Bradwardine area (municipality of Woodworth). Buried Greenwood Cemetery, near Kenton/Harding, Manitoba. He married 22 December, 1887 at Virden, Manitoba to Isabella Pennycook Lowe of Oak River (born 1886, died 13 February, 1944, buried at Greenwood Cemetary). They were always active in civic life; John as school trustee and Municipal Councillor, and hosting services in their home before any churches were built. Isabella and eleven children survived John.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1) Donalda "Della" Mackenzie, born 9 September, 1888, died 11 April, 1948 at Shiloh, Manitoba. She married 5 August, 1908 to John Joynt, Jr. (son of John Joynt and Isabella Porteus, he died while their children were still quite young). Sharie Argue notes that at Greenwood cemetery there was a one week old child "Archie" of John Joynt buried 4 June, 1921, possibly a son of John, or of his father.
                        Children of Della and John (omitting Archie pending more research);

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1) Mervyn John Allan Joynt, born 21 September, 1929, he married Margo (possibly from an internet search her forename is "Marguerite"), a French girl, and in 2005 is noted as living at Red Deer, Alberta.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-1) François Joynt.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-2) (daughter) Joynt.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-1-3) (daughter) Joynt.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-2) Gladys Joynt, married Mike Kupchuk from Selkirk, Manitoba, where they now (2005) live.
                          They have three daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-2-1) (daughter) Kupchuk.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-2-2) (daughter) Kupchuk.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-1-2-3) (daughter) Kupchuk.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2) Gordon Earl Mackenzie, born 9 August, 1889, died 4 September, 1967 and buried at Greenwood Cemetery near Harding, Manitoba. He married 12 November, 1913 to Clara Maud McTaggart (born 8 September, 1893 to Charles McTaggart and Elizabeth Blatchford, died 1975). They farmed near Harding until 1946 when they moved to Brandon in 1946 where he passed away in 1967. Clara was active in church work and participated in many of the entertainments in early years, she is also buried in Greenwood Cemetery.
                        Their eight children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-1) Wallace John "Wally" Mackenzie, born 18 May, 1915 at Harding, Manitoba, died unmarried 28 June, 2000 at Brandon, Manitoba and buried at Greenwood Cemetery. Sharie Argue notes "farmed his father's land until the spring of 1946 and moved to Brandon in 1947 where he resided until he died. Worked at Codville's until his recent (pre 1981) retirement".
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2) Lawrence Charles Mackenzie, born 5 September, 1916, died 1987, he married Vivian Rosemary Veitch (daughter of John McGregor and Muriel Veitch, she was born 1925 at Bradwardine, Saskatchewan, christened 11 October, 1925, and died in Creston, B.C.). Lawrence spent a couple years farming before moving to Creston, B.C., he served in the forces overseas, and upon his return to Creston took employment with Sunset Seed. Sharie Argue notes "They have three sons and one daughter who are married and are raising his ten grandchildren!"
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2-1) Laurence Alvin Mackenzie, born 30 September, 1939.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2-2) Muriel Olive Mackenzie, born 14 October, 1940.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2-3) John Mackenzie
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-2-4) Alan Mackenzie

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3) Gordon "Earl" Mackenzie, born 18 February, 1919, died at Regina, Saskatchewan. He married in 1943 to Irene Sharp. Earl worked for International Harvester Company until about 1969 when he became Maintenance Engineer with the Board of Education in Regina, Saskatchewan.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-1) Murray Mackenzie, born 1946, married 1971 to Shirley Sauer.Sharie Argue notes them as living at Hummingbird Bay at White City, Saskatchewan in 2005, and that Murray retired 7 May, 2005 from Emco (a plumbing and heating supply company, formerly "Western Supplies").
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-1-1) Shaun Mackenzie, born 1971, was a trucker, survived an accident and is now living with his parents, using a wheelchair.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-1-2) Pamela Mackenzie, lives at Medicine Hat, Alberta with her two children.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-2) Betty Mackenzie, born about 1953 as twin to Marjorie, married Norm Delnea. Sharie Argue notes as Norm working for Sears at Regina, Saskatchewan in 2005.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-2-1) Rodney Delnea.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-2-2) Tyler Delnea.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-3) Marjorie Mackenzie, born about 1953 as twin to Betty, she died 1979 of Lupus, she married in 1978 to Bryan Markel.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-4) Donna Mackenzie, married Barry Glasser, noted in 2005 as living at New Brunswick, though moving frequently with Barry's work.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-4-1) Barrett Glasser.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-4-2) Carley Glasser.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-5) Lois Mackenzie, married Dave Wagg. Noted as living at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 2005, where Dave is an electronic technician with CBS Radio.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-3-5-1) Travis Wagg.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4) Irene Elizabeth Mackenzie, born 1 August, 1922 as twin to Mabel. She married 21 August, 1945 to James Neville "Jim" Kerr (born 1920 at Strasbourg, Saskatchewan, died 1998). Irene was at Winnipeg in 2000. Jim worked for Standard Aero Engines for 30 years and now lives in Winnipeg where their son and two daughters also reside.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4-1) Sharon Irene Kerr, born 1 October, 1947, married Robby Clifford Finnen who is a chartered accountant in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4-1-1) Holly Rae Finnen, born 19 May, 1976.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4-1-2) James Clifford Finnen, born 24 April, 1979.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4-2) Doreen Cora Kerr, born 23 June, 1951, lived at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-4-3) Gordon James Kerr, born 2 September, 1955, lived at Winnipeg, Manitoba.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-5) Mabel Isobel Mackenzie, born 1 August, 1922 as twin to Irene above, died 20 February, 1992. She married John "Jack" Tough, field engineer for an oil company (born 12 May, 1923, died 6 January, 2002).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-5-1) Patricia Oliver Tough, born 2 November, 1953, married Barry Marshall.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-5-1-1) Justin Marshall, born 3 September, 1973.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-5-2) Wayne John Tough, born 12 June, 1955.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6) Edith Evelyn Mackenzie, born 16 September, 1924, married 19 March, 1949 to Francis Manford "Frank" Pierce from Brandon, Manitoba, where Edith had moved to in 1945.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-1) Murray Francis Pierce, born 18 December, 1950, married 8 August, 1975 to Mary Ann Popien (born 31 December, 1951).
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-1-1) Taryn Leanne Pierce, born 5 August, 1978, married 16 September, 2000 to Jess Cord (born 28 May, 1978).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-1-2) Alyson Michelle Pierce, born 14 October, 1980.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-2) William Gordon "Bill" Pierce, born 23 June, 1952.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-3) Helen Marlene Pierce, born 1 April, 1955, married 18 March, 1972 to Allan Grant Dilworth.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-3-1) David Allan Dilworth, born 4 August, 1972, married 18 July, 1998 to Tricia (?)
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-3-2) Robert "Neil" Dilworth, born 2 March, 1975.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-4) Janice Marie Pierce, born 1 June, 1958, married 23 June, 1978 to David Mahoney.
                            Their twin daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-4-1) Erin Shea Mahoney, born 26 July, 1984.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-4-2) Kayla Dawn Mahoney, born 26 July, 1984.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-5) Donna Louise Pierce, born 17 January, 1961, married 31 August, 1985 to John Robbins.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-5-1) Alyssa Dawn Robbins, born 14 January, 1988.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-6-5-2) Tyler John Robbins, born 26 February, 1990.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7) Alma Margaret Mackenzie, born 22 October, 1927 as twin to Olive below. She married 20 May, 1950 to Merlin Roy Yule (died June, 2000) and moved to Brandon, Manitoba in 1946. Sharie Argue notes that Merlin was a nephew of Dr. Yule, and came from Kenton, Manitoba.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-1) Linda Margaret Yule, born 8 May, 1951, married 20 May, 1973 to Corporal Peter Gregory Tremblay.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-1-1) Jenness Michelle Tremblay, born 6 November, 1973, married 30 July, 1998 to Neil Moffat. Jenness is noted as a teacher at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-1-2) Julie Rochelle Tremblay, born 20 September, 1976, married 9 September, 2001 to Ben Galeski.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-1-3) Andrew Peter Tremblay, born 30 May, 1979.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-2) Brent Merlin Yule, born 7 November, 1953, married 6 September, 1975 to Janice Arlene Steppler.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-2-1) Jennifer Dawn Yule, born 17 November, 1973.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-2-2) Jason Brent Yule, born 17 September, 1979.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-3) Judith Anne "Judy" Yule, born 21 February, 1958, married 24 September, 1977 to Richard "Dick" Judd.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-3-1) Nicole Katherine Judd, born 11 June, 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-7-3-2) Jaye Richard Brent Judd, born 11 June, 1983.

                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-2-8) Olive Clara Mackenzie, born 22 October, 1927 as twin to Alma, died 1938. Sharie Argue notes that her "middle name may have been Evelyn, but tombstone says Clara". Buried at Greenwood Cemetery.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-3) Stewart Cameron Mackenzie, born 1891, died 12 January, 1933 and buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Unmarried, he farmed his uncle Ken's quarter.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4) Catherine Flora "Kate" Mackenzie, born 26 June, 1892, died 22 January, 1946 at Bradwardine, Manitoba. She married 28 November, 1917 to William Andrew "Will" Common (son of Andrew and Martha Common, born 1892 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, drowned 1952 while fishing on Stewart Lake, Manitoba). Both Kate and Will are buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-1) Earl McKenzie Common, born 19 June, 1919, married Molly Mair from Edinburgh, Scotland, they lived at Ottawa, Ontario.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-2) Reita Common, possibly forename spelled "Rita"? She was born 10 July, 1926. She married George Wright and lived at Kamloops, B.C.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-2-1) Jerry Wright.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-2-2) Paul Wright.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-2-3) Sandra Wright.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-3) Betty Common, born 4 April, 1932, she married Roy Barger and lived at Revelstoke, B.C.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-3-1) Roger Barger, died before 2001.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-3-2) Regan Barger.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-4) Doreen Common, born 19 March, 1934, she married Orville Baily (son of Foster Baily and Phyllis) and lived at Missisauga, Ontario in 2000, then Ottawa, Ontario.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-4-1) Ronald Baily.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-4-4-2) Brian Baily.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5) Hazel Isabella Mackenzie, born 24 November, 1894 at Harding, died 10 March, 1985. She married 27 March, 1918, at her parents home to John Alvin "Jack" Bond at the Harding/Shiloh area of Manitoba. Jack was son of Asahel Bond and Agnes Bayne, he died 1963. They farmed in the Shiloh district, and Hazel remained active in Harding affairs even after retiring into Fairview Lodge in Brandon. Sharie Argue notes Hazel as having a sparkling humour, and recalling her quick change from staunch Presbyterian to active Methodist she remarked; "after all, Shiloh Church had been erected on Bond land!"
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1) Lloyd Asahel Bond, born 14 August, 1926, died 4 December, 1990, married 30 June, 1951 at St.Paul's United Church in Brandon, Manitoba to Louise Garnett (born 25 June, 1926 at Shellmouth, Manitoba). Sharie Argue notes that Lloyd was the fourth generation to live on the original Bond homestead and Louise still spends summers there.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-1) Garnet Bond, born 15 October, 1952, married 26 July, 1980 to Beverly Parker (born at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba). Garnet is a male nurse working at Portage la Prairie.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-1-1) Jason Bond.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-1-2) Chris Bond.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-1-3) Darra Bond.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-2) Heather Louise Bond, born 4 January, 1954, married in July 1974 to Ron Smith (born at Hamiota, Manitoba). Heather and Ron are noted in 2000 as living and working at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-2-1) Shannon McKenzie Smith, born 8 June, 1987.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-2-2) Kimberly Dawn Smith, born 24 May, 1984. (note either birth years or order of Shannon and Kimberly are wrong)

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-3) Edward Lloyd Bond, born 1 June, 1957, married in 1986 to Brenda Matity (born at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) with no issue. They live on an acreage at Moosomin, Saskatchewan, where Edward works on the railway.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-1-4) John Murray Bond, born 12 October, 1963, unmarried, lives at Brandon, Manitoba.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2) John "Gordon" Bond, born 14 December, 1927, died 4 July, 2002, married 21 June, 1952 to Evelyn "Doreen" Moreland (born 20 May, 1928 at Brandon, Manitoba, died 27 August, 2004). Gordon farmed in the Shiloh, Manitoba district across the road from the original Bond homestead where his brother, Lloyd lived. In 1988 they moved into Kenton, a nearby village and their son Ken moved onto the farm.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-1) Valerie Elaine Bond, born 24 September, 1954, married 21 June, 1975 to Kenneth Grant "Ken" Norsworthy (born Virden, Manitoba). They are noted as moving in 1976 to Lethbridge, Alberta, and still there in 2002, where Valerie is a Personnel Banker for Toronto Dominion Bank, and Ken is a lab technologist with the Lethbridge Regional Hospital.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-1-1) Kale Gordon Norsworthy, born 2 May, 1979, attending university in 2002.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-1-2) Kelsey Norsworthy, born about 1982, attending university in 2002.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-2) Kenneth Wayne "Ken" Bond, born 17 August, 1957, married 2 September, 1978 to Merrilee Rampton (born in Oak Lake, Manitoba). They live on the family farm in the Shiloh district, Kenton area.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-2-1) Megan Loree Bond, born 18 March, 1979, married 6 July, 2002 to Dana Johns (from the Lavinia, Manitoba area). Megan works for Redfern Farm Services in Kenton.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-2-2) Tyler Bond, born about 1983, is attending Assiniboine Community College in Brandon where he is taking a mechanics course.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-3) Sharon Diane Bond, born 10 March, 1968, married 6 August, 1994 to William Daniel (son of James Daniel and Jean Houston). This family is noted 2000 and 2005 as living on their farm south of Kenton, with Sharon working for the Hamiota Branch of the Vanguard Credit Union.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-3-1) Kaylee Daniel, born August, 1997.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-5-2-3-2) Braden James Daniel.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6) Christina Pearl "Tena" Mackenzie, born 14 August, 1896, died 6 August, 1980. She married 27 February, 1920 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, to George Wesley "Wes" Common, they lived there until Wes died in 1956. Tena moved to Brandon in 1976, and lived there till her death. Wes was a brother to the Will Common that Tena's sister Kate married.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1) Marion Martha Isabel Common, born 31 August, 1922 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, married James Douglas "Jim" Wood (born 23 April, 1922 at Bradwardine). Marion was living at Rivers, Manitoba in 2000. Sharie Argue notes; "After high school she went to Winnipeg to take a business course and then worked at the Winnipeg Tribune newspaper. Her husband had been a pilot in the Air Force. His twin brother Art had also been a pilot in the war, but was killed." Sharie also notes that Jim farmed near the Ancrum Church site and they were very much involved in community life in the Bradwardine district. Also that they moved into Rivers, Manitoba in 1997 where they still live.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-1) Irving Wood, born 13 January, 1947 at Bradwardine, Manitoba. He married firstly to Arlene (?), and was step-father to her two children from a previous marriage;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-1-1) Lisa Wood, born 1974, married Keiko (?), noted as living 2000 and 2005 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she is an Assistant Pharmacist, and he is a casino dealer.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-1-2) Brian Wood, born 1977, noted in 2000 and 2005 at Dauphin, Manitoba, where he does autobody repair.

                            Irving married secondly to Geraldine "Gerry" Brown (from Canadian Forces Base Rivers). He farmed with his father in the Bradwardine district until he moved to Rivers with Gerry.
                            Their adopted son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-1-3) Bryce Wood, born 28 November, 1976. He lived in Brandon with his mother until he attended the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Now lives at Winnipeg, where he works for the Department of Agriculture.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-2) Roxie Margaret Wood, born 3 July, 1951, died 15 September, 2001 at Minnesota, U.S.A., she married Douglas Wellner. Roxie was principal of an elementary school in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and met her husband while attending the University in Grand Forks. Douglas is a building inspector in Minnesota.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-2-1) Christine Wellner, born 21 February, 1977. She graduated as a physiotherapist in 2000 after doing an internship in Australia. She is noted in 2005 as a physio at Minneapolis, and as a marathon runner.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-2-2) John Wellner, born 7 July, 1980, married 25 June, 2003 at Minneapolis to Mollie (?). John and Mollie are noted in 2005 as teachers at Benson, Minnesota, a hundred miles west of Minneapolis.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-3) Alison Wood, born 8 December, 1956 at Rivers, Manitoba, married 1983 in Australia to Dr. Robert Eaves. Alison had been a nurse at Grace Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, then in 1978 while visiting Australia with nurse friends she met Robert, and stayed. They now live at Malvern, Victoria.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-3-1) David Eaves, born 11 June, 1986, noted as attending University taking accounting.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-1-3-2) Catherine "Kate" Eaves, born 14 June, 1990, entering secondary school 2005.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2) Helen Olive Common, born 2 March, 1926 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, married 18 October, 1947 to Calvin William Harvey (son of William Henry and Edith Rutherford). Calvin worked for Manitoba Sugar Beets and has since died and Helen is noted as living at Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2000.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-1) Bonnie Lee Harvey, born 6 October, 1950, married Gordon Gadway. Bonnie is noted in 2000 as a speech therapist in the school district of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-1-1) Christopher Gadway.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-2) Marsha Harvey, married Terry Adcock and lives at Calgary, Alberta.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-2-1) Tara-Lyn Adcock, is married.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-2-2) Tracy Adcock, attends University in Lethbridge, Alberta.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-2-2-3) Leslie Adcock.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3) Lorne George Common, born 4 March, 1920 or 1921 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, died 1986, married Jean Sampson (born at Woodrow, Saskatchewan). Sharie Argue notes Lorne was employed by Bristol Airways at Winnipeg, Manitoba, and has an address in Winnipeg noted for Jean.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-1) Sharon Common, married Reg Ibisan and lives in Atlanta, Georgia where she is a Registered Nurse.
                            Their children (some or all adopted?);

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-1-1) Scott Ibisan.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-1-2) Daniel Ibisan.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-1-3) Tammy Ibisan.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-2) Ronald Common, PhD, married Lorraine Frost, PhD (born at Toulon, Manitoba), both were professors at Brandon University, then in 2000 they moved to North Bay, Ontario where he became a Professor at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-2-1) Lauren Common.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-2-2) McKenzie Common.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-3) Lynda Common.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-3-4) Raymond Common.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4) John Andrew Common, born 16 September, 1928 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, married 9 December, 1950 to Edythe "Elaine" Graham (born 17 July, 1930 to William Webster and Gladys Graham south of Bradwardine, Manitoba). This family lives at Rivers, Manitoba, where John worked at the airbase then had an electrical business.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-1) Malcolm Common.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-2) Janice Adele Common, born 25 October, 1952 at Daly Municipality in Manitoba, married 23 March, 1974 at Brandon to Garry Schott from that place. Sharie Argue notes Janice as living at Brandon in 1999 and in 2005.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-3) Patricia "Jo-Anne" Common, born 16 October, 1953 at Daly Municipality, Manitoba, married 27 October, 1973 at Kenton, Manitoba to Lorne "Bob" Curry (born 9 May, 1952 at Kenton to John Curry and Marion McLenehan). Sharie Argue notes them in 1999 as living at Dauphin, Manitoba, at the lake.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-3-1) Jonathon Curry, born 23 November, 1971 at Dauphin, Manitoba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-3-2) Meaghen Adele Curry, born 19 October, 1977 at Dauphin, Manitoba.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-4) Graham Wesley Common, born 11 January, 1956 at Daly Municipality, Manitoba. Graham is an electrician at Rivers, Manitoba.
                            Son of Graham and Peggy McLachlan;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-4-1) Wyatt William McLachlan, born 23 June, 1990 at Brandon, Manitoba.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-5) Duane Andrew Common, born 5 October, 1959 at Daly Municipality, Manitoba, married 20 June, 1987 at Rivers, Manitoba to Audrey McCormack.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-5-1) Brady Lawrence Common, born 26 January, 1988 at Brandon, Manitoba.

                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-6) Darrell Wayne Common, born 7 October, 1961 at Rivers, Manitoba, died unmarried July, 2005 at Rivers.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-4-7) Shannon Rae Common, born 21 March, 1968 at Rivers, Manitoba, married or engaged June, 2000 to Roger Neal and living at Rivers.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-5) Murray Wesley Common, born 28 November, 1931 at Bradwardine, Manitoba, died 1984, married Sharon "Sherry" Florence (born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan). Sharie Argue notes that Murray was in the air force, and this family after retirements settled at Regina, Saskatchewan.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-5-1) Susan Common, married Darren Kreller, and they are noted in 2000 as at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-6-5-1-1) Sidney Kreller.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-7) Ross Alma Mackenzie, born 13 April, 1898, died unmarried 5 August, 1974 and is buried at Greenwood Cemetery near Harding.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8) John "Bruce" Mackenzie, born 2 February, 1900, died 8 November, 1973. He married 26 June, 1929 to Ethel "Irene" Johnson, daughter of George Johnson and Minnie Barr she died 29 June, 1983. Irene was raised by her aunt Mary and uncle Dave Darragh after her mother died in 1906. They lived on Dave Darragh's farm until 1955 when it was taken over by their second son, Roy. They moved to Harding in 1967 to live with Dave Darragh, and then Irene moved to Brandon after Bruce died in 1973.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1) David "Vern" Mackenzie, born 9 May, 1931, married 15 June, 1950 to Stella Isabella Kennedy (born 23 June, 1931 at Kenton, Manitoba to parents William Kennedy and Ellen Wood). Sharie Argue notes Vern farmed his own land from his father's farm for four years before his marriage, then moved there where his and Stella's first five children were born, moving to Brandon in 1959 or '60 where Tracy was born. Since at least 2000 they live at Calgary, Alberta.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-1) David "Darryl" Mackenzie, born 24 April, 1951, married 17 May, 1975 at Calgary, Alberta to Kirsten Larsen.
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-1-1) Margit Lene Mackenzie, born 9 June, 1978.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-1-2) Brita Lauren Mackenzie, born 22 May, 1980.
                              Son of Brita and Scott Slade;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-1-2-1) Austin Mckenzie Slade, born 11 April, 2002.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-2) Stewart Cameron Mackenzie, born 3 July, 1952, married firstly 4 November, 1972 to Kathryn Davidson (born at Calgary, Alberta).
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-2-1) Eirn Cameron Mackenzie, born 16 July, 1978, married Georgette Yellow Knife.
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-2-1-1) Cole Cameron Mackenzie, born 26 December, 1997 at Dawson Creek, B.C.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-2-1-2) Ryan Corey Mackenzie, born 23 May, 2002 at Dawson Creek, B.C.

                            Stewart married secondly 28 July, 1984 to Birgit Larson Parkins.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-3) Deborah Laverne "Debbie" Mackenzie, born 14 April, 1954, married 10 October, 1981 at Calgary, Alberta to Mark Dubord.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-3-1) Shawn Marie Dubord, born 4 July, 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-3-2) Janelle Rae Dubord, born 26 May, 1992.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-4) Kevin "Dale" Mackenzie, born 13 August, 1957, married firstly 23 June, 1979 to Diane Pebbles (born at Drumheller, Alberta).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-4-1) Stacy Lynn Mackenzie, born 31 July, 1980 at Calgary, Alberta.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-4-2) Kevin Bruce Mackenzie, born 7 August, 1982.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-4-3) Candice Marie Mackenzie, born 22 April, 1984.

                            Dale married secondly 22 April, 1989 at Strathmore, Alberta to Barbara Hendrex.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-4-4) Joshua Michael Mackenzie, born 7 September, 1992.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-5) Terrance William "Terry" Mackenzie, born 24 January, 1959, married firstly 12 September, 1985 at Airdrie, Alberta to Judith Colvin.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-5-1) Marie Dawn Mackenzie, born 2 June, 1986.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-5-2) Ryan Christopher Mackenzie, born 9 December, 1987.

                            Terry married secondly 18 January, 1996 at Cochrane, Alberta to Norma Davis Rogers.

                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-6) Tracy Ann Mackenzie, born after 1960, married firstly 19 September, 1985 at Calgary, Alberta to Robert Blobel.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-6-1) Ambur-Rae Blobel, born 21 February, 1986.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-1-6-2) Nicole Samantha Blobel, born 17 March, 1989.

                            Tracy married secondly 13 July, 1991 at Calgary, Alberta to Kevin Baraluk.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2) George Alfred "Roy" Mackenzie, born 16 May, 1937. He married firstly 22 January, 1955 to Merle Leona Miles (born at Crandall, Manitoba to Frank Miles). Roy farmed the Dave Darragh farm, then when they divorced Merle and the children moved to Brandon, Manitoba.
                          Children of Roy and Merle;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-1) Barbara Ellen Mackenzie, born 30 June, 1955, currently lives at Calgary, Alberta, where she is an accountant at Heritage Park. She married 21 October, 1978 to Victor James Mann. Sharie Argue notes for Victor "lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba", not certain if she refers to Victor before marriage, or Barbara and Victor together.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-1-1) Regan Mann, born 4 April, 1982, married 30 June, 2002 to Amber Baradoy.

                            Barbara married secondly 21 May, 1993 to James Arthur "Jim" Mikus.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-1-2) Brandon James Mikus, born 1 September, 1994.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-2) Marilyn Merle Mackenzie, born 15 September, 1957, died 10 December, 1957, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-3) Patricia Irene Mackenzie, born 8 July, 1958, partner since 1979 of Kenneth Kay. They live at Oshawa, Ontario, no children.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-4) George Miles Mackenzie, born 16 March, 1962, married firstly 24 September, 1982 to Linda Dawson.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-4-1) Nadine Mackenzie.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-4-2) Nathan Mackenzie.

                            George married secondly 12 July, 1997 to Tamarra (?)
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-4-3) Trinity Mackenzie, born 1999.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-4-4) Travis Mackenzie, born 2002.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-5) John "Scott" Mackenzie, born 22 March, 1967, married August 1995 to Carol Eales (her father is a Professor from England, her mother Japanese), and lives at Edmonton, Alberta.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-5-1) Connor Mackenzie, born 1997.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-5-2) Sydney Mackenzie, born 2001.

                          Roy married secondly 13 July, 1974 to Mabel Beatrice Rose Worth Low (daughter of Philip Worth and Amy Chudleigh). He and Mabel had a family of three and built a new house, "Ponderosa" on the former Florence Hudson farm at Kenton, Manitoba.

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-6) Bruce Mackenzie, married Irene (?)
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-7) Gordon Mackenzie.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-8-2-8) Kim Mackenzie.

                          Roy married thirdly in February, 1987 to Donna Gordon. He is a chef at Deer Lodge in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9) Mary Alexandera Mackenzie, born 3 December, 1902, died 21 June, 1987. Mary married 18 April, 1923 to John J. "Jack" Hunter. Jack was born about 1893 and died 21 June, 1968 at Kenton. They farmed in the Kenton, Manitoba area until 1952 when they retired into Kenton. Mary is noted as still active and alert in 1982. They are both buried at Greenwood Cemetery at Harding.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-1) Evelyn Blanche Hunter, born 12 September, 1926, married and since divorced to William Tyrrell "Bill" Salt of Victoria, B.C. Bill was co-owner of a geographical company in Calgary and in Denver, Colorado. They and their children live at Calgary, Alberta.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-1-1) Gordon "Gordie" Salt, born 30 May, 1958, drafted into the National Hockey League upon graduating University in 1980.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-1-2) Leanne Salt, born 19 April, 1962.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-1-3) Patricia Lynn "Patty" Salt, born 3 August, 1956, a school teacher.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2) James Milford "Jim" Hunter, born 1928, died 8 November, 1988, farmed his parent farm near Kenton, married Eleanor Ann Lief from the Lavinia area. Jim continued on the farm when Eleanor and their youngest child, Melvin, moved into Kenton in 1977 where she continues to live.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1) Terry James Hunter, born 12 August, 1952. Terry married twice, The name of the first wife is not known, he married secondly, 23 September, 1972 to Darlene Margaret Hunsaker (daughter of Dallas Hunsaker and Doreen Allan). Sharie Argue notes Terry as "divorced", not certain if she refers to his first marriage, second, or both. Sharie also notes him in 2000 living south of Bradwardine, Manitoba, and that he operated a dairy and grain farm in the Kenton district.
                            Children of Terry and Darlene;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-1) Christopher James Edward "Chris" Hunter, born 5 September, 1975, lives at Oak Lake, Manitoba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-2) Jason "Riley" Hunter, born 12 February, 1978, lives at Kelvington, Saskatchewan.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-3) Corrie Lee Hunter, born 8 March, 1973. (note either birth dates or order between Corrie and Riley must be wrong). Corrie lives at Oak Lake.

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-3-1) Jake Hunter.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-3-2) Summer Hunter.

                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-1-4) Justin Hunter, lives at Brandon, Manitoba.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-2) Kenneth Randall "Randy" Hunter, born 12 October, 1953, married 6 October, 1978 to Susan Rae Adair from Harris, Saskatchewan. Susan worked in the Credit Union at Kenton, Saskatchewan, where she met Randy, who is a welder and has worked in various locations for gas companies. They now live at Harris where they raised three children. Susan worked in an office until recently when that business closed.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-2-1) Lee Hunter.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-2-2) Shane Hunter.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-2-3) Becky Hunter.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3) Laurie Ann Hunter, born 23 February, 1955, married firstly 24, November, 1973 to Leslie Raymond "Les" Ellis (son of Jonathon Ellis and Viola Smith). Sharie Argue notes that in 1989 Laurie and her business partner Carol Forrest opened "Prime Tyme Restaurant" and continued to operate it until they sold it in 2000, since then she is at the farm near Kenton, Manitoba.
                            Children of Laurie and Leslie;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3-1) Tanya Ellis.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3-2) Tracy Ellis.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3-3) Tammy Ellis.

                            Laurie married secondly 23 December, 1985 to Ken Daniel of Kenton district.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3-4) Trent Daniel.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-3-5) Rachelle Daniel.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-4) John Cameron "Jack" Hunter, born 7 May, 1957. Family details redacted to respect their privacy, following a tragedy.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-5) Candace Marie Hunter, born 11 January, 1960, married 1980 to Doug Borton at Brandon, Manitoba, where she is clerical staff at the Brandon Clinic, and he works at Murray Chev Olds.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-6) Melvin Wade Hunter, born 16 April, 1963, married 11 February, 1994 to Brenda Lynn Bell (born 22 October, 1966 at Harding to Evan Bell and Wilma). After their marriage, they purchased a section of farm land from Brenda's parents in 1996 and together own and operate "Hunter Trucking", a grain hauling business and are partners in a mixed farming operation.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-6-1) Shaun Wade Hunter, born 24 December, 1994.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-2-6-2) Cody Lane Wade Hunter, born 17 January,1997.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-3) Olive Doreen Hunter, born 27 September, 1929, she married Ken Coomber, Sharie Argue notes for them "Powell River, B.C.".
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-3-1) Cory Coomber.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-3-2) Stacey Coomber.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-9-4) (infant) Hunter, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.

                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10) Alice "Lena" Mackenzie, born 5 July, 1904 or 1909, died 9 July, 1956. She married 27 June, 1928 to Clifford Henry "Cliff" Curry who was born 18 July, 1900 to Chris Curry and Albantine Gould. Clifford died suddenly 9 September, 1979. Sharie Argue notes info on this family came from a personal interview between herself and Jill Northey in 2000 with Jack Curry of Kenton, Manitoba. In 1937, Lena and Cliff left the district and CLiff worked as a miner at Sheridan. In 1954 they moved to Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, where he worked as personnel suprvisor and was also the mayor for four years.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-1) Muriel Lorraine Curry, born 18 June, 1929, unmarried she was in 2000 at Red Deer, Alberta, retired since 1993 from the nursing proffession after a 42 year career.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2) Arnold "Keith" Curry, born 31 May, 1930, he married 26 October, 1957 to Donna Whitson Curry. Sharie Argue notes Keith retired 1986 after forty years, then they made their home at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2-1) Barbara Lorraine Curry, born 8 January, 1961, married 7 July, 1981 to Robert Meikle, and lives at Sherwood Park, Alberta.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2-1-1) Robyn Nicole Meikle, born 4 October, 1986.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2-2) Sandra Maureen Curry, born 29 October, 1965, married 20 February, 1988 to Jay Witherbee.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2-2-1) Siobhan Witherbee.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-2-2-2) Hannah Witherbee.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-3) Dorothy Isabelle Curry, born 7 August, 1932, married 26 June, 1954 to Jack Pack (died suddenly in 1994). Dorothy is retired and living at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (2000).
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-3-1) Donald Murray Pack, born 15 August, 1955, married 29 December, 1984 to Louise Pepin. Donald retired as a Major in the military in 1997, but continues to work for Air Canada. The family resides in Montreal.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-3-1-1) Sarah Jennifer Pack, born 18 November, 1985.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-3-1-2) Amy Pack.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-3-2) Kevin Wayne Pack, born 22 March, 1957, works in Calgary, Alberta.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4) Ivan James Curry, born 4 April, 1935, married 27 December, 1958 to Jean Foyle. Sharie Argue notes that Ivan retired to Comox, B.C., though she also notes "Victoria, B.C. 2000", presumably she met them there.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-1) James Scott Curry, born 2 October, 1960, married 7 September, 1985 to Fiona MacLeod and lives at Edmonton, Alberta.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-1-1) Sarah Mary Curry, born 2 January, 1988.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-1-2) Ross Curry.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-1-3) Ian Curry.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-2) Shauna Jean Curry, born 1 June, 1962, married 22 August, 1992 to Ross Rustad, and lives at Prince George, B.C.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-2-1) John Rustad.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-4-2-2) Nicole Rustad.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5) Myrna Curry, born 3 April, 1940, married 30 December, 1961 to Ian Henderson. Sharie Argue notes they were at Red Deer, Alberta in 2000, where Myrna was a nurse, and Ian a banker.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-1) Ian "Dale" Henderson, born 23 December, 1962, married Darlene (?)
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-1-1) Kamryn Henderson.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-2) Douglas Ross "Doug" Henderson, born 7 September, 1966.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-3) Brian Russell Henderson, born 21 April, 1968, married Jill (?)
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-3-1) Kendall Henderson.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-10-5-3-2) Brooke Henderson.

                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-11) William Russell Mackenzie, born 17 December, 1905, died 13 January, 1906, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                      12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-12) Lilian Tesley "Lilly" Mackenzie, born 9 March, 1907, died 4 December, 1972 at Dauphin, Manitoba. She married 13 March, 1943 to James "Jim" Sandercock.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-12-1) Karen Sandercock, has died.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-1-12-2) Gaylia Sandercock, married David Wong from Vancouver, B.C.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2) William Roderick "Will" Mackenzie, born 14 June, 1854, on board ship in harbour at Quebec City on night of his family's arrival in Canada, died 28 July, 1941, buried at White Bank Lea Cemetery at Oak River, Manitoba. He married 4 April, 1882 at the Mackenzie homestead to Janet "Jenny" Henry (she was born 1860 in area of Listowel, Ontario to William and Mary Henry, she died 28 February, 1941 at Oak River).

                      In the 1930s Will had cataract surgery which was not successful and he went blind. They then moved into town in Oak River. Sharie Argue relates a story from Will's granddaughter Marion (below);

                      "I was about 6 or 7 years old when I asked him if he was Scottish or Canadian....he replied `If a cat had kittens in the oven would you call them biscuits?'"

                      Will and Jenny's eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-1) John Alexander Mackenzie, born 1884, died 1943, unmarried.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2) William "Bill" Mackenzie, a farmer, born 18 April, 1886 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 28 February, 1968 at Griswold, Manitoba. He married 7 November, 1923 in Griswold to Laura Speers. Laura was born 8 February, 1896 in Griswold on the Speers homestead, she died 5 January, 1968 in Griswold. Both Bill and Laura were buried at Griswold.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1) Hubert Mackenzie, born 11 May, 1925 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 26 April, 1979 at Griswold, Manitoba, married 24 September, 1949 at Welwyn, Saskatchewan to Effie Douglas (born 10 July, 1930 at Wapella, Saskatchewan to Joseph Douglas and Irene Pentilla, died 27 March, at 1996 at Wawanesa, Manitoba, while living at Virden). Effie's brother James married Hubert's sister Marion. Sharie Argue notes Hubert was a paratrooper in WW2, and they are both buried at Griswold.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-1) Irene Mackenzie, born 2 December, 1950 at Brandon, Manitoba, married firstly to Sam McCoy, though later divorced.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-1-1) Sherry McCoy, born 1968.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-1-2) Susan McCoy, born 1970, noted as living 2005 at Kenora, Ontario.

                            Irene married secondly about 1977 to Barry Chabluk (born in St.Anne's, Manitoba). In 2005 they are noted as living at Red Lake, Ontario.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-2) Janet Mackenzie, born 21 January, 1952, married firstly to Raymond Eger, and later divorced.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-2-1) Cecil Eger, born 1971.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-2-2) Tammy Eger, born 1972.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-2-3) Raymond Eger, born 1975.

                            Janet married secondly to Ray Rousson, he has died (sometime previous to September 2005).

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-3) Douglas Mackenzie, born 3 July, 1953 married Vivien Noels, and in 2005 are noted as living at Cranberry Portage, Manitoba. Douglas works in transportation, and Vivien as a teacher, both for the Frontier School Division.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-3-1) Kathleen Mackenzie, born 14 April, 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-1-3-2) William Mackenzie, born 17 September, 1983.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-2) Marion Mackenzie, born 18 April, 1928 on the farm at Oak River, Manitoba. In 1952 she married James Douglas, brother of the Effie Douglas her brother Hubert married. James was born 9 April, 1925 at Wapella, Saskatchewan. Marion retired as a school teacher June, 1983, and is noted as at Brandon, Manitoba, 2000 and 2005.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-2-1) Maureen Douglas, born 6 May, 1955 at Souris, Manitoba, married 1974 at Shoal Lake, Manitoba to Jack Kolosky.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-2-1-1) Michael Kolosky, born 6 August, 1974 at Shoal Lake, Manitoba, married 27 January, 2004 to Krystin Kreshewski.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-2-1-1-1) Hayley Rae Kolosky, born 11 January, 2005.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-2-2-2) Perry Douglas, born 1959, married, and divorced.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-3) Russel Mackenzie, born 1888 at the farm in Oak River, Manitoba, died 1966 at Oak River. He married at Oak River to Ethel Allen, she was born 1887 and died 1965 at Oak River. Russel retired into Oak River where he did odd jobs and Ethel kept boarders. They are both buried at Oak River Cemetery.
                        Their child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-3-1) William Cyril "Bill" Mackenzie, born 1914 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 1990 at Brandon, Manitoba, married Margaret E. Stewart (born 1916 to Richard Stewart and Jennie Genung, died 2005 at Brandon). After the second world war they had a store at Bradwardine, Manitoba, then moved to Brandon, where Margaret remaind active in curling and other pursuits till her death. Bill is noted as buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-3-1-1) Wilma Mackenzie, born 1947, married Robert Jones.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-3-1-1-1) Kristi Jones, born 1966, married (?) with one child;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-3-1-1-1-1) (child).

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4) M. Violet Mackenzie, born 1889 as twin to Laura, died Spring of 1969. She married John Thomas "Tommy" Hayhurst (born 1882, died August, 1964). They lived half a mile outside the town of Oak River, Violet was a very opinionated woman who not having a car or washing machine would carry the family laundry into town to do at her daughter-in-law's house, carry it home, then walk back into town to curl at 7:00 p.m., staying past 11 if another player was needed. Said to be "tough as nails" she carried on for years with a feeding tube in her side because of throat cancer. Violet and Tommy were both buried in Oak River Cemetery.
                        Their ten children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1) Alice Hayhurst, born 7 June, 1913 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 27 March, 1997 and is buried at Etomony Cemetery, south of Hudson's Bay, Saskatchewan. Sharie Argue notes in brackets "Dr. Ed Hudson, Sr.", and that she lived and died at Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan. She married firstly to Wilbert Michie. Also noted is that Wilbert drove eighteen cattle to Etonomy from Lenore, Manitoba, and later went into the garage business.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-1) Roderick Michie, born 1937, died 1939 from drowning in a creek.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-2) Cecil Michie, born 1939, died 15 September, 1964, Sharie Argue passes on the sad tale of his death, she collected August 2005 from Frank Hayhurst and Marlene;

                            "His mother won a car in a bingo and he was killed in an accident hit a bridge. He had just completed his pilot training and come home to visit a few months later. Told his parents he had a terrible headache and was going to go for a drive. He had a black lab. dog Sport that went everywhere with him, but Cecil told his dog to stay home that day. A neighbour saw the car, but thought there was no one in the vehicle. Must have been dead before he hit the bridge....later it was figured that he had a brain aneurism."

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-3) Clarence Michie, born 1941, married at Elphinstone, Manitoba to Patrusia "Patricia" Koscielny (born 9 November, 1942 at Rossburn, Manitoba to Mike Koscielny and Ann Klym).
                            Children of Clarence and Patricia;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-3-1) Del Michie, born 31 August, 1963 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, married 16 October, 1993 at Oak River, Manitoba to Shauna Purdy (born August, 1963 at Hamiota hospital, Oak River). They live at Winnipeg.
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-3-1-1) Spencer Michie, born 17 July, 1996.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-3-1-2) Declan Michie.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-3-2) Kent Michie, born 4 April, 1965 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, noted in 2000 as at Vernon, B.C., in 2005 at Rapid City, Manitoba, with occupation as taxidermist.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-4) Connie Michie, born 1943, she married Mel Harvey (died 1985), Connie is noted in 2005 as at La Pas, Manitoba.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-4-1) Tanis "Tammy" Harvey, married Barry Hrabowoch and lives at Erwood, near Hudson Bay, Saskatchwan.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-4-2) Shauna Harvey, born 1965, married and since divorced to Craig Soper. Sharie Argue notes her as living at Rocky Lake, Manitoba (north of La Pas), and moving to Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-1-4-2-1) Brianne Soper.

                          Alice married secondly to Martin Lessard.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2) W. Henry Hayhurst, born 21 May, 1915 at Hamiota Hospital, died 15 March, 2004, buried at Oak River Cemetery, Manitoba. He married Phyllis A. Church (born 1920).
                          Their seven children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-1) Harriett Hayhurst, born 1938, and has died. She married Irvin Schaffer.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-1-1) Lynn Schaffer, born 1961, married Ron Nehring and is noted in 2000 as at Edmonton, Alberta.
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-1-1-1) Bradley Nehring.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-1-1-2) Elyce Nehring.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-1-2) Carolyn Schaffer, born 1963.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-2) Milton Hayhurst, born 20 December, 1939, died 15 March, 2004 and buried at Oak River Cemetery, Manitoba. He married firstly to Carol Elliott, then divorced.
                            Children of Milton and Carol;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-2-1) Jeffrey Hayhurst, born 1964.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-2-2) Dean Hayhurst, born 1968.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-2-3) Kirk Hayhurst, born 1971.

                            Milton married secondly to (?), then divorced again.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-3) I. Doreen Hayhurst, born born 1943, died 1949, buried at Oak River Cemetery, Manitoba.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-4) Gary Hayhurst, born 1946, married Wendy McPhillips. Noted in 2005 as living at Edmonton, Alberta with prostate cancer. Also noted as a great artist who has done beautiful carvings and painting on antlers and wood that are owned by his uncle Frank Hayhurst in Rivers.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-5) Marilyn Hayhurst, born 1951, noted in 2005 at Minnedosa, Manitoba (had muscular sclerosis, has died?). Married Calvin Frost.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-5-1) Darcy Frost, born 1976.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-5-2) Kimberly Frost, born 1978.

                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-6) Douglas Hayhurst, born 8 September, 1960, noted in 2005 as living unmarried at Edmonton, Alberta.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-2-7) Doreen Hayhurst, died at five years of age.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-3) Lillian Hayhurst, born 16 July, 1917, died and buried at Rapid City, Manitoba. She married Earl Hotham who also died and was buried at Rapid City. Earl was a Widower with two children.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-4) Laura J. Hayhurst, born 16 July, 1917, twin of Lillian, died 1997. She married Stanley Millis, no children.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-5) Steve Hayhurst, born January, 1919, died 1974, he married Cathrine Andrews with no issue, though they had a foster child for five years and had their hearts broken when the child was taken away. Cathrine now lives in Vancouver, B.C., Widowed from a second husband surnamed Ackland from New Zealand.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-6) Edward Hayhurst, born 1 December, 1921, died at Watrous, Saskatchewan, married to Tillie Dreger.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-6-1) Earl Hayhurst, born 1962, is unmarried.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-7) Cornelius "Connie" Hayhurst, born 1924 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 29 August, 1942 at Nanaimo, B.C. a week before being sent overseas when an army truck rolled over on him. He is buried at the Nanaimo public Cemetery.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-8) Penrith "Penny" Hayhurst, born May, 1926 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 1977 at Headingly, Manitoba of a massive heart attack while unloading a load of fuel from his truck. He married Phyllis Hnatiw, who lives at Winnipeg, Manitoba, remarried to Peter (?)
                          Son of Penny and Phyllis;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-8-1) Thomas A. Hayhurst, born 1955, unmarried.

                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-9) Lois Hayhurst, born 1930, died the same year.
                        10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-10) John Franklin "Frank" Hayhurst, born 10 August, 1932 at Oak River, Manitoba on the Hayhurst acreage, married Marlene Koscielny (born 10 February, 1939 in a log house at Elphinstone, Manitoba to Mike Koscielny and Ann Klym). Frank is noted as at Rivers, Manitoba in 2000 and 2005.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-10-1) Jocelyn Hayhurst, born 12 September, 1961 at Hamiota Hospital, noted in 2005 as living in Oak River, Manitoba. She married 7 July, 1984 at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church at Rivers, Manitoba to Ron "Dale" Beever (born 20 July, 1958 at Rivers, to Dorothy). Jocelyn is a well noted curler, played lead in the 1998 Lois Fowler team representing Manitoba in the Scott Tournament of Hearts, Sandra Schmirler went on from there to a Gold Medal in the first Olympics that included curling. Jocelyn and Dale live three miles south-east of Rivers.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-10-1-1) John Scott Beever, born 19 July, 1993 at Brandon, Manitoba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-4-10-1-2) Jillian Sarah Beever, born 13 June, 1995 at Brandon, Manitoba.

                          Sadly, Frank and Marlene also lost a still born girl in 1963.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5) Katherine "Kate" Mackenzie, born 26 March, 1890 or 1897 at Oak River, Manitoba, died 1946 at Brandon, Manitoba. She married Thomas Davies, a rail road conductor with CP rail.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1) Mabel Davies, born 1919, married Earl Mills. Mabel was a Psychiatry Nurse.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-1) Donald Mills, born 1946, married Katherine Richards.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-1-1) Jennifer Mills, born 1973.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-1-2) Susan Mills, born 1978.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-2) Barbara Mills, born 1947, married Francis Weselake.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-2-1) Evan Weselake, born 1974.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-2-2) Elizabeth Weselake, born 1978.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-3) Warren Mills, born 1953.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-1-4) Catherine Mills, born 1956.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-2) William Thomas Davies, born 1922, died 13 September, 1942 as an Able Seaman aboard HMCS Ottawa escorting a convoy. Commemorated on the Halifax, Nova Scotia Memorial.(274)
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-3) Reginald Davies, born 1924, served in the Navy in WW2. Reginald married firstly to Jessie Mitchell.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-3-1) William Randall Davies, born 1952.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-3-2) Tracy Ann Davies, born 1955, married Cary Humphries.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-3-3) Robert Davies, born 1961.

                          Reginald married secondly to Nancy Brown.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-5-3-4) Kathy Lynne Davies, born 1973.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6) Janet Mackenzie, born October, 1893, and died 7 August, 1922 in childbirth of her daughter Beth. She married to the farmer Hubert A. Sparling (born November, 1888, died 29 October, 1922). Sadly shortly after Janet died in childbirth Hubert shot himself, "saying he couldn't live without his family!"
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-1) Leila Sparling, born 1915, died 1970, married Bert Plowmen.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-1-1) Janet Plowmen, born 1945, married Ray Sampson.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-1-2) Diane Plowmen, born 1948, married Paul Chartrand.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-1-2-1) Daniel Chartrand, born 1978.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-1-2-2) Leila Chartrand, born 1980.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2) Beth Sparling, born 1922, married John Burke-Gaffney.
                          Their three sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2-1) Michael Burke-Gaffney, born 1949, married Janet Wright.
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2-1-1) Joseph Burke-Gaffney, born 1978.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2-1-2) Andrew Burke-Gaffney, born 1979.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2-2) Brian Burke-Gaffney, born 1950.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-6-2-3) Timothy Burke-Gaffney, born 1956.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7) Edward "Eddy" Mackenzie, born 1895, died 1971 at Winnipeg, Manitoba at Deer Lodge Veterans Hospital. He married Ida Hazelwood, she died after 1971 at Winnipeg, living till then at Thunderbird Apartments, across the road from Deer Lodge Hospital. Eddy took over his father's farm, then joined the army in WW2 with his sons Rod and Alex, he also served in the homeguard. Sharie Argue notes that Eddie, Ida, and their sons "big"; tall and 250-300 pound size, though Alec was a bit lighter!
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1) Roderick Mackenzie, born 1925, married Laurel Delgarno (she has died). Roderick is noted at Calgary, Alberta 2000 and 2005.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-1) Edward Mackenzie, born 1949.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-2) Wanda Mackenzie, born 1952, married Ken Baxter.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-2-1) Dawn Baxter, born 1971.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-2-2) Jason Baxter, born 1973.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-3) Curtis Mackenzie, born 1954.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-4) Grant Mackenzie, born 1955, married Lynn (?).
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-1-5) Scott Mackenzie, born 1957.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2) Alexander G. "Alec" Mackenzie, born 1926, also known as "Sandy", married Joyce McKague. Alec is noted as at Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2005.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-1) Beverley Mackenzie, born 1949, married Larry Snowden.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-1-1) Carrie Snowden, born 1976.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-1-2) Wade Snowden, born 1979.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-2) Alexis Mackenzie, born 1951, married Wayne Lloyd.
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-2-1) Jason Lloyd, born 1974.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-2-2-2) Jeffrey Lloyd, born 1976.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-3) Sheila Mackenzie, born 1929, married Laverne Bradner.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-7-4) Charles "Chuck" Mackenzie, born 1939, married Donna Johnson.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8) Elizabeth "Bessie" Ismay Mackenzie, born 1896 at Homestead near Oak River, Manitoba, died 1962 at Brandon, Manitoba. She married Frank Donald McDonald (born 1891, died 1979). Both are buried at Oak River Cemetery, Manitoba. After Bessie's sister Janet died 1922 in childbirth she raised Janet's two children.
                        Child of Bessie and Frank;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1) Thelma McDonald, born 1928 at Oak River, Manitoba, and died there 1988. She married at 1946 in Oak River to James Henry "Jim" Argue (born 11 August, 1921 at Oak River to Henry Argue and Anne Reid, died there 1982). Both are buried at Oak River Cemetery.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-1) Gerald Argue, born 1947, married Isobel Chesney.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-1-1) Colleen Argue, born 1971.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-1-2) Rebeccah Argue, born 1975.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-2) Brian Argue, born 1948, married first to Ann Norris, and second to Lois (?). Sharie Argue notes for Brian "divorced", not clear if that was first or both wifes.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-3) Valerie Argue, born 1950, noted as in 2005 at Shoal Lake, Manitoba. She married firstly to John Benson.
                            Valerie and John's son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-3-1) Kirk Benson, born 1970.

                            Valerie married secondly to Dwight Shepherd.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-3-2) Candice Shepherd, born 1975.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-4) Janice Argue, born 1953, married Brent Little, since separated.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-2-8-1-4-1) Jason Little, born 1973.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3) Elizabeth Robertson "Bessie" Mackenzie, born 24 July, 1856 at Listowel, Elma Center, (Perth County, Ontario), died 9 January, 1915, at Watrous, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married 5 October, 1875 at Elma Center, Ontario to John Alexander Mackie (born 3 April, 1851 at Aberdeenshire in Scotland to John Mackie and Isabella Sutherland, and died 10 December, 1925 at Venn, Saskatchewan while visiting one of his sons, buried at Watrous). They moved to a farm on the outskirts of Balmoral, Manitoba.
                      Their fourteen children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-1) John Alexander Mackie, born 26 October, 1876, died 1966. He married Ada Margaret McTaggert (born 1892, died 1948). Sharie Argue notes he "stayed in Manitoba".
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-1-1) Clarence Charles Mackie, born 1918.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-1-2) Russel Mackie, born 1920.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-1-3) Marjorie Elizabeth Mackie, born 1921.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2) William Kenneth Mackie, born 1877, died 1958. He married Hannah Mariah Rachel Rebecca Christina Isabella "Belle" Mollard (born 1880, died 1967).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-1) Minnie Mackie, born 1896, married Vern Burt.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-2) Vernon Mackie.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3) William Charles "Laurence" Mackie, born 1900, a diabetic, he died in 1949. He married Merle Grace Burns (born 1907, died 1974).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-1) Joyce Mackie, born 1 July, 1929, died January, 1989, married Ed Elswood Edison (died November 2000).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-1-1) Laurence Edison, married Ann MacIntosh and lives at Calgary, Alberta.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-1-1-1) Julie Edison.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-1-2) Lynette Edison, born January 1954, a nurse at Calgary, Alberta.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-2) Kenneth Mackie, born 28 March, 1931 at Watrous, Saskatchewan, married 1 September, 1952 to Mary Gilroy (born 5 February, 1928). In 2002 they were at Manitou Beach, Watrous, Saskatchewan.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-2-1) Scott Mackie, born 6 November, 1957, noted in 2002 as living at Regina, Saskatchewan. He was married and divorced.
                              His sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-2-1-1) James Alexander Mackie, born 4 February, 2003.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-2-2) Debra Charlene Mackie, born 19 March, 1955, a teacher at Victoria, B.C.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-3) Douglas Mackie, born 1936, married Lois (?). They live at Unity, Saskatchewan, where Douglas is retired from "Saskatchwan Power".
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-3-1) Darryl Mackie, married Janice.
                              Their child;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-2-3-3-1-1) Skylar Mackie.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-3) Adam Mackie, born 1879, died 1882.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4) George Charles Mackie, born 1 January, 1881 at Balmoral, Manitoba, died 1981 at Coquitlam, B.C. He married 1912 to Jessie Grant (born 10 April, 1891 at Huntly, Scotland, died 1971 at Coquitlam). All six of their children were born at Medicine Hat, Alberta.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-1) Dorothy Noreen Mackie, born 14 January, 1919 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, died 4 October, 1997 at Vancouver, B.C. She married William Lund.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-2) Hazel Mae Mackie, born 4 June, 1913 at Medicine Hat, Alberta. Married John Bingham.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-3) Margaret Mitchell Eddy Mackie, born 2 May, 1916 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, died unmarried 23 August, 1976 at Vancouver, B.C.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-4) Donald Edison Mackie, born 22 August, 1922 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, died 2 August, 2000 at California. He married Nellie Flowerdale.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-5) Douglas Neil Mackie, born 14 December, 1925 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, died 23 November, 1976 at Brighton, Michigan, U.S.A. He married Suzanne Woodman.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-6) Elizabeth Mackenzie "Betty" Mackie, born 11 December, 1929 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, married 18 October, 1952 to Alexander Miller "Sandy" Taylor (born 16 March, 1928 at Vancouver, B.C.). They live at San Jose, California.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-6-1) Sandra Elizabeth Taylor, born 1953, married Michael Angelo Pruigni.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-6-1-1) James Michael Pruigni, born 1984.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-6-1-2) Jessica Elizabeth Pruigni, born 1987.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-4-6-2) David Alexander Taylor, born 4 February, 1957.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-5) James "Jim" Mackie, born 1882, died 1966 at Regina, Saskatchewan. He married Essie English-June. Sharie Argue notes for Jim "Simpson, Saskatchewan".
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-5-1) Elva Mackie, married Edgar Legaarden.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-5-1-1) Lars Legaarden.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-5-1-2) Brian Legaarden.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-5-2) Evrun Mackie, she married first to (?) Horning, and secondly to Graham Stalder.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-6) Russell Mackie, born 1884, died 1949. Sharie Argue notes for Russell; "Nokomis, Saskatchewan?".
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-7) Jessie Violet Mackie, born 1885, died 1932 (of asthma). She married about 1925 at Simpson, Saskatchewan to Lewis "Lou" Carpenter (born about 1900, died 1974). At time of marriage Jessie's family were living at Imperial, Saskatchewan, she and Lou lived on their farm six or seven miles from Pleasantville, Saskatchewan.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-8) Elizabeth "Edna" Mackie, born 1887, died 1984. She married Fred Pringle.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-8-1) Phyllis" "Toot" Pringle, died 1984 on the same day as her mother.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-8-2) Fred "Buster" Pringle.

                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9) David "Birt" Mackie, born 1888, died 1956. He married Minnie Calder (born 1895, died 1986).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-1) Beryl Marie Mackie, born 1913, married Boyd Golly.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-2) Cecil Nyal Mackie, born 1915, died 1959.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-3) Marion Joyce Mackie, born 1931, married firstly to Garten King (born 1924, died 1986).
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-3-1) Heather Marie King, born 1953, married Norman Stoate.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-3-2) Pamela Ann King, born 1955, married Roy Coffin.

                          Marion married secondly to Vern Hansson and is stepmother to Vern's daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-3-3) Laurel Hansson, she has a keen interest in genealogy, and is happy to be included in this chart with her Mackenzie descendant relatives!(278)
                            Laurel married firstly to Olivier Kimbley, with one son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-9-3-3-1) Riel Kimbley, his mother notes "his genealogy is of the Riel Rebellion, Duck Lake, Northern Saskatchewan Metis etc."

                            Laurel married secondly to Darwin Stone.

                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10) Gertrude Mackie, born 1890, died 1962. She married George Robert Ferguson (born 1881, died 1961).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-1) Mary Elizabeth Ferguson, born 1909, died the same year.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-2) William George Harrison Ferguson, born 1910.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-3) Cecil Victor Ferguson, born 1912.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-4) Gordon Robert Ferguson, born 1913.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-5) Vernon Mackie Ferguson, born 1916.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-6) Denzel Norman Ferguson, born 1918.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-7) Clarence Lenard Ferguson, born 1920.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-10-8) Mila Gertrude Ferguson, born 1923.

                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11) Eva Stella Mackie, born 1891. She married William James Ferguson.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-1) Olive Lillian Ferguson, married (?) Robinson.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-2) Lama Ferguson, married (?) Agazy.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-3) William Herbert Ferguson.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-4) Forest Ferguson.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-5) Kenneth Ferguson.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-11-6) Daisy Margaret Ferguson.

                      12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12) Minnie Catherine Mackie, born 6 December, 1894 at Balmoral, Manitoba, died 9 September, 1991. She married Walter Alexander Stein. Walter was born 10 May, 1890 in either Holland or Germany to Robert Van den Stein and Ellen Rintoul, his parents died on the ship to Canada, and on arrival as an orphan he shortened his surname, he died 11 August, 1978. Both Minnie and Walter were buried at Regina, Saskatchewan.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1) Alma "Enid" Stein, born 22 January, 1918, at Simpson, Saskatchewan, she married firstly to (?) Andrews.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1) Walter Leland "Lee" Rutherford Andrews Clark, born 16 December, 1936 at Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada, married 15 August, 1959 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to Barbara Ann Woods (born 5 July, 1939 at Saskatoon to Raymond Woods and Winifred Shaw). Lee was adopted by his stepfather, Bill Clark, he is a history Professor (PhD) at Brandon University, assistant to the President there, and served as Member of Parliament for Brandon-Souris from 1983 to 1993. Lee and Barbara live at Lake Metigoshe, at the border between Manitoba and the U.S.A., by Peace Gardens.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1-1) Cheryl Ann Clark, born 28 November, 1965 at Brandon, Manitoba, married 19 August, 1995 at International Peace Gardens in Manitoba to Wesley Harrison (born 23 May, 1965). Sharie Argue notes Cheryl as having both a teaching and law degree, having worked for the United Nations in Cambodia and Africa she now lives at Charlottetown, P.E.I.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1-1-1) Jade Dominica Clark, born 12 February, 2000 at Halifax, Nova Scotia.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1-2) Janine Clark, born 28 July, 1970 at Edmonton, Alberta, currently lives near Nepean, Ontario. She married firstly to Mark Vincent Tallack (born 1970), a brief marriage that ended with divorce.

                              Janine married secondly 8 October, 1994 at Cottage on Lake Metigoshe, Manitoba to Gerald Leo "Gerry" Guillot (born 17 April, 1967, he was adopted at Sudbury, Ontario).
                              Their sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1-2-1) Jacob Brady Guillot, born 26 July, 1995.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-1-2-2) Noah Mitchell Guillot, born 11 April, 1997.

                          Enid married secondly to William "Bill" Clark. As well as adopting Enid's son Lee they had two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-2) Robert Clark, married Donna Lee.
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-2-1) Robert Clark, married Nicole.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-2-1-1) Emily Clark.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-2-2) Michael Clark.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-1-3) Douglas Clark, retired as a banker from the Royal Bank main branch in Hamilton (Ontario?), noted in 2003 as at his winter home in Arizona.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-2) Kenneth Walter Stein, he married Joyce (?) (she died 2002). Sharie Argue notes Kenneth was named after Kenneth MacKenzie.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-2-1) Jean Stein, married Harry Green, died 2002.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-2-2) Alan Stein.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-2-3) Donald Stein.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-12-2-4) Vernon Stein.

                      13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-13) Victor "Melville" Mackie, born 1898, Sharie Argue notes about Melville; "Poucecoup, Alberta, mystery about how he died?"
                      14. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14) Hazel May "Mickey" Mackie, born 1900, died 1987. She married William Alfred Cruse (born 1892 to William Mark Cruse, died 1976). Mickey and William were listed as living at Winnipeg in the memorial for their son who died in 1944.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-1) William Lorne Cruse, born 1922, died 31 March, 1944 in WW2 as Flying Officer (Navigator) in the R.C.A.F., attached to the 78th Squadron of the R.A.F., he is buried with seven other airmen (crew on his plane?) at Maubert-Fontaine Communal Cemetery in France.(274)
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2) Elizabeth "Betty" Cruse, born 1924, married John Kendal "Jack" Nixon (born 1922).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1) Lizbeth Maureen Nixon, born 21 September, 1946, married Richard Brooker.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1-1) Adam Clayton Nixon, born 8 December, 1972 at the Grace Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba, He chose to drop the surname "Brooker". He married 14 August, 2004 at Winnipeg to Sylvie Marie Berard (born 6 September, 1982 at Treherne, Manitoba).(279)
                              Their two daughters;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1-1-1) Fiona Elizabeth Nixon, born 1 July, 2005 at the St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1-1-2) Katherine Eve Nixon, born 26 December, 2007 at the St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1-2) Sarah Jayne Brooker, has a son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-1-2-1) Travis Glenn Overton, born 7 April, 2005 at the St Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-2) John Kendal Nixon, born 1949, married Carla Streich.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-3) Martin Clark Nixon, born 1951, married Nicole (?)
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-2-3-1) Josh Nixon.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-3) Gail Lorraine Cruse, born 1936, married Frederick William Coward, a Judge born 1935.
                          Their adopted children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-3-1) William Charles Frederick "Bill" Coward, born 1968.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-3-2) Elizabeth Maureen "Beth" Coward, born 1970, married 13 July, 2002 at Lethbridge, Alberta to Reza Bidurian, who was born in Iran, but is a Danish citizen.
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-3-14-3-2-1) Roshan Bidurian, born 2004.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-4) Mary "Minnie" Mackenzie, born about 1858 at Listowel, Elma County, (Perth North) Ontario, died 1915 at Victoria, B.C. Married Edward Bunt (He died in Victoria, B.C., and is buried at Ross Bay cemetery). Minnie died in 1915 at their twenty acre place on the Gorge Road, and is buried in the Ross Bay Cemetery.
                      Minnie and Edward's (adopted?) children were;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-4-1) Roxie Bunt, died at Victoria, B.C., and is buried in the Ross Bay Cemetery.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-4-2) Gordon Douglas Bunt, born 1893, died 15 October, 1941 as a Chief Officer in the Canadian Merchant Navy when his ship was sunk in World War Two, commemorated on the Halifax Memorial.(274)

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5) Charles Edward Mackenzie, born 15 February, 1861 at Attwood, Ontario; died 1927. He married Helen Elizabeth Johnstone (born 1861, died 13 December, 1933). Charles came to Harding from Attwood, Ontario in 1882 or 1885 with his bride, they settled on land purchased from the Canadian Pacific Railway.
                      Their eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-1) Edna Estella "Stella" Mackenzie, born 1885, died 23 July, 1915. She married (?) Thompson, and lived at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-2) Clara Margaret "Marge" Mackenzie, born 1886, married Robert Menzies Young and lived at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-2-1) Mary Helen Young, born 12 February, 1916.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-3) Katherine Alberta "Kath" Mackenzie, born 1887, married (?) Hindson and lived at Winnipeg.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4) Lesley Valerie "Les" Mackenzie, born 1890, died March, 1977, she married 27 June, 1917 to John Ferguson (died January, 1976) an lived at Kenton, Manitoba. John farmed in the Harding district until 1938 when they moved to Lenore and later to Brandon.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-1) Malcolm Lesley "Mac" Ferguson, born 17 June, 1923, married Bea (?), living at Brandon, Manitoba in 2000.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2) Alma Eleanor Blanche Ferguson, born 11 August, 1920, died 24 November, 1995, she married 1 November, 1947 to Alexander "Alec" Stewart (he died 5 March, 1966).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-1) Don Stewart, married Barb (?).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-2) Rory Stewart, married (?) Keely.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-3) Donna "Marlene" Stewart, married Bob Forsyth.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-3-1) Braden Forsyth.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-3-2) Brandy Forsyth.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-4) Sharon Stewart, married Ernie Mischanchuk.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-2-4-1) Stacy Mischanchuk.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-3) Roy Ferguson, married Pat (?).
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-4) Noma Ferguson, died 23 July, 1991, married Reg Bomford (born at Oak River, Manitoba, in the Oakner district).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-4-1) Bob Bomford, married Crystal (?).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-4-2) Lynn Bomford, married Gerry Morin.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-4-3) Pat Bomford, married Kent Davies.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-4-5) John Edward Ferguson, died 30 July, 1966.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-5) Caroline Bernice "Carrie" Mackenzie, born 1891, married Hugh Thompson and lived at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-5-1) Kathleen Grace Thompson, born 29 January, 1918.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-5-2) Andrew Charles Thompson, born 27 August, 1919.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-5-3) Thomas Allen Thompson, born 22 August, 1921.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-5-4) Dorothy Marie Thompson, born 14 November, 1925.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6) Lawrence "Roy" Mackenzie, born 17 April, 1894 on the family farm near Harding, died 3 November, 1951 at home on his farm. He married 8 December, 1921 to a school teacher from Kenton, Adella "Merle" Titmus (born 27 May, 1893 in Anwoth District near Kenton, Manitoba to George Titmus and Mary Heath, and died 21 November, 1981). Sharie Argue notes Roy served in WW1, then studied agriculture at college in Brandon, farmed until 1951, and drove a school van. Both Roy and Merle are buried at Greenwood Cemetery at Kenton/Harding in Manitoba. Merle worked for Cassan Monument Company, and also at McKenzie Seeds.

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1) Helen Mackenzie, born 2 September, 1920, married George Speelman (he died 1992 at Wawanesa, Manitoba). They lived in Bashaw, Alberta where George worked in a service station, then moved in 1954 to Brandon, Manitoba where Helen nursed in the Brandon Mental Hospital. Then she moved to B.C. to live in Vernon, B.C. George managed the store in Lenore, in the 1970s & '80s. In the late 1990s Helen moved to Prince Rupert, B.C. where she still lives with her daughter, Jen.
                          Helen and George's children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1-1) Chris Speelman, married Janice (?).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1-1-1) Jillian Speelman.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1-1-2) Kirt Speelman.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1-2) Jennifer "Jen" Speelman, a nurse at Prince Rupert, B.C.
                            Her daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-1-2-1) Isabella "Bella" Speelman.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2) Lawrence "Keith" Mackenzie, born 3 September, 1921, died 2 September, 1981, married Nina Cox (born at Brandon, Manitoba).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-1) Janis Mackenzie, married (?) Brown.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-1-1) Sean Brown.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-2) Donald Mackenzie, married Brenda (?).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-3) Lynn Mackenzie, married Dennis Jones.
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-3-1) Ryan Jones.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-2-4) Kathy Mackenzie.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-3) Charles Mackenzie, born 1922, died 17 June, 1923.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-4) James D. "Jim" Mackenzie, born 1922, died 17 June, 1923, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5) George Allison "Geordie" Mackenzie, born 1 July, 1924, died 8 May, 1980, married 10 June, 1950 to Agnes "Nan" McDougall Livingstone (born 7 May, 1928 to Pete Livingstone and Jessie Johnston). Geordie farmed in the Regional Municipality of Woodworth and drove a school bus. Nan was employed by the Regional Municipality of Woodworth for twenty years till retirement in 1996, continuing to live on the farm till 2000 when she moved into Virden, Manitoba.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-1) Judy Lynne Mackenzie, born 22 October, 1952, married 16 August, 1980 to Ross Stewart Poole (died suddenly in 1997). They lived at Virden, Manitoba, where Ross was a lawyer, and Judy is noted in 2000 as a teacher.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-1-1) Airdrie Poole, noted as "attending University of Minot..."
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-1-2) Ashleigh Poole.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-1-3) Erin Poole.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-2) Heather Lee Mackenzie, born 14 December, 1957, unmarried, works for the Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation at Brandon.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-3) George "Wayne" Mackenzie, born 17 May, 1966, lived on the farm for several years, but now lives at Virden, Manitoba where he works at "Morris Sales and Service". He married firstly 12 January, 1991 to Debbie Brennan who was originally from B.C.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-3-1) Jared Mackenzie.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-5-3-2) Ryan Mackenzie.

                            Wayne married secondly 13 July, 2001 to Susan Mayo from Virden, she works in Brandon.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6) Del Marie Mackenzie, born 14 October, 1931, married firstly to Bill Malinosky, they lived at Binscarth where Bill was employed in the Potash Mine at Esterhazy.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-1) Gail Marie Malinosky, married Glynn Jones of New Zealand, where they now live.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-1-1) Morgan Daniel Jones.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-1-2) Kerri Jones.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-1-3) Lyndsay Jones.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-2) Beverly Malinosky, married firstly to Guy Kling of Beulah, Manitoba.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-2-1) Riley Kling, lives at Beulah, Manitoba.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-6-2-2) Jeremy Kling, lives at Kelowna, B.C.

                            Beverly married secondly to Russell Bracken, and now lives at Kelowna, B.C.

                          Del Marie married secondly to Duncan Oliver Emerson (born 1927, died 1999). Del Marie is noted as living in Brandon, Manitoba in 2000.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7) Connie Iris Mackenzie, born 5 September, 1933, married 28 March, 1956 at Brandon, Manitoba to Floyd Winston Taylor (he died 24 September, 2001 at Winnipeg, Manitoba). Connie attended Harding School in the brick building, upon completion of grade eleven she took a business course and went to work for Doig's Store Ltd. in Brandon. Then she took a job at Brandon Hospital for Mental Diseases as a doctor's secretary where she worked until she met Floyd Winston Taylor from Chesterville, Ontario. He was in the Royal Canadian Air Force and had recently returned from Germany, stationed at the Rivers Airbase.

                          Floyd was then posted to Cold Lake, Alberta, Greenwood, Nova Scotia, and Portage la Prairie, Manitoba where he worked as a Flight Simulator Technician and their two sons were born. They lived in Bagotville, Quebec for two and a half years where their daughter was born.

                          They transferred to Winnipeg in July 1967 where Floyd took his honorable discharge in 1972. He became a Stationary Engineer installing Postal Machines at the Winnipeg Main Post Office and later worked at Great West Life in the 1980s.

                          When the children were older, Connie worked for the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Tribune for eleven years from 1969 to 1980 at which time the Tribune closed. They retired in 1987 to Nanaimo, B.C. but returned to Winnipeg 1 February, 1993, when the grandchildren arrived. They have traveled extensively and have lived in six provinces. After Floyd passed away, Connie continues to live in Winnipeg,
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7-1) Ellery Floyd Taylor, born 10 August, 1965 at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7-2) Alan Alexander Brent Taylor, born 3 August, 1967 at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba,
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7-3) Ellen Iris Taylor, born at Bagotville, Quebec, married in 1992 to Scott Quiring.
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7-3-1) Ian Quiring.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-7-3-2) Duncan Quiring.

                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-6-8) (baby) Mackenzie, died young, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7) Kenneth James "Ken" Mackenzie, born 1898 at Harding, Manitoba, died 6 February, 1936, married in 1926 to Kathleen Margaret McKay (born 1907 at Kamsack, Saskatchewan, died 21 October, 1987) Both are buried at Greenwood Cemetery. Sharie Argue notes "after Ken's death of pneumonia, Kathleen moved into Harding, where two years later her daughter Patricia also died from pneumonia. Kathleen became Clarence Bell's housekeeper until she died at 80 years of age, and as of 1981 lived in Calgary."
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1) Tannis Dorothea Mackenzie, born 2 May, 1928, died 1 October, 1988, married firstly to Bud Botham (died 1976). Tannis married secondly to Mel Johnson in 1946. He was born in Brandon, Manitoba. As of 1981 Tannis lived in Kelowna, B.C.
                          Children of Tannis and Mel;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-1) Melva Johnson, died 1970, noted as living at Harding, Manitoba in 1960.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-2) Ronald Johnson, died 1 November, 1979 at Sioux Lookout in Ontario in a plane crash. He married Faye Donough.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-1-2-1) Ronald Johnson, born 1978, died 1 November, 1979 at Sioux Lookout in Ontario in a plane crash.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-2) Patricia Eleanor Mackenzie, born 1930, died 12 February, 1938, buried at Greenwood Cemetery.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-7-3) Mavis Mackenzie, born 1933, married 1 April, 1959 in Vancouver, B.C. to William "Bill" York. They flew to Israel as missionaries, and as of 1981 lived in Lynden, Washington, U.S.A. Sharie Argue notes them as having five sons and three daughters.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8) Charles Dorian "Charlie" Mackenzie Jr., born 4 March, 1900 on the homestead farm, died 29 March, 1971 at St.Vital (Winnipeg), Manitoba. He married 3 August, 1927 to Dorothea Cook (born 1905 to Rev. Cook and Elizabeth, died 18 September, 1970). Both are buried at Greenwood Cemetery. Charles lived on the farm till Dorothea died, then spent his last six months at St.Vital.
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-1) Betty Mackenzie, born 1929, died May, 1995, married in 1952 to McElhoes. Betty worked in Bruce Whyte's store before training at Success Business College, she went to Winnipeg in 1947 where she took a business course and worked as a secretary. After marriage they lived in Portage until 1954 when they moved to Winnipeg. Fred was in the Air Force. They settled in St. Vital.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-1-1) Randy McElhoes, born 1953, married 1977 to Cathy Pura. Randy is a chartered Accountant or a teacher. Cathy is a teacher.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-1-2) Anne McElhoes, born 1956, married 1980 to Scott Oake. Anne is a promotions manager.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-2) Jim Mackenzie, born 1930, at Winnipeg in 2000. In a wheelchair since catching polio as a six year old, he has established a successful answering service from home.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-3) Joan Pauline Mackenzie, born 1933, died about 1995, married in 1959 to Hugh Curtis. Joan took a business course in Winnipeg, Manitoba and worked as a court reporter at Juvenile and Family Court for a number of years, where she met and married Hugh, who is a social worker. They live in Winnipeg.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-3-1) Michael Curtis, born 1962.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-3-2) Mark Curtis, born 1964.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-4) Brian Charles Mackenzie, born 29 April, 1943, married Pat Isfeld. Brian studied at the University of Manitoba where he met and married Pat from Ontario. Brian is a pilot in the military and served in several postings including Lahr, West Germany, and now as Major McKenzie at Montgomery, Alabama.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-4-1) Cameron Mackenzie, born 1967 in West Germany.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-4-2) Reta Mackenzie, born 1970 in Canada.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-4-3) Donald Mackenzie, born 1972 at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-5) Larry Kenneth Mackenzie, born 17 October, 1947, he married Myrna (?). Larry was a Corporal in the R.C.M.P. stationed at Carlyle, Saskatchewan, but since retired.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-5-1) Jim Mackenzie.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-5-2) Karl Mackenzie.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-5-8-5-3) Krystal Mackenzie.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6) Catherine Christina "Tina" Mackenzie, born 11 November, 1863 in Ontario, died 17 December, 1953 at Regina, Saskatchewan, being buried at the cemetery on Assiniboia Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. She went to school in Hamilton, Ontario, and later Brandon College in Manitoba, and married 19 October, 1885 at Brandon, Manitoba to George Harris Arkell, Senator Douglas officiating (George was born 15 July, 1857 in Hamilton, Ontario to James Arkell and Elizabeth Guest, he died 24 January, 1918 in Victoria, B.C. and is buried in the Oak Bay Cemetery there). George was noted in a 1901 Directory as a grain buyer at Brandon, Manitoba. George and his brother Harry had a grist mill at Brandon, and after getting land in Saskatchewan became a dealer for Maple Leaf Mills. The family lived at times in Brandon, Manitoba, Sintaluta, Saskatchewan, they then lived at Cymeric, where they had a quarter section farm and he was also the elevator agent. Then they went to Victoria, B.C. for George's health.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1) Olivia "Kathleen" Arkell. She married Victor Gray. Sharie Argue notes that Kathleen had a Manitoba teaching certificate, fully qualified, but too young by their standards to teach, the only such certificate issued. Kathleen didn't like her name as "Olivia", so had it legally removed. Always a rider of horses, and punter at the track, she figured she didn't end up behind or ahead on bets, but just broke even over a lifetime.
                        Child of Kathleen and Victor;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1) George Harris Gray, born 12 August, 1934 at Winnipeg, has a ready-mix concrete business, and enjoys skiing. Currently lives at Kelowna, B.C. George married firstly to Beverly Perry.
                          Children of George and Beverly are;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-1) Steve Gray, born 1961, married in 1981. Sharie Argue notes him as an auto body mechanic and a truck driver, and in Winter 2001-2 was at Nanaimo, B.C.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-1-1) Trisha Lynn Gray, born 1983, graduated in 2001.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-2) Todd Gray, born 1964. A cement truck driver in Kelowna, B.C., he visited Indonesia, and other countries in January 2002 for 6 weeks.

                          George secondly married Darlene (?), the department manager in the insolvensy part of a large accounting company. Darlene has a daughter from a previous marriage, George's stepdaughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-3) Shari Gray, born 1972.
                            Her children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-3-1) Sydney, born about May, 2000.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-1-1-3-2) Macy, born May, 2002.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-2) (son) Arkell, died at birth.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3) Winnifred Arkell, married during WW2 to Hugh Ingram (son of Rev.Ingram and Emily Huxtable).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1) Ronald Mackenzie "Ron" Ingram, born 2 November, 1913 at Govan, Saskatchewan, died 17 January, 2003 at Kelowna, B.C. He married firstly 14 January, 1947 to Viola Rothwell, she died 13 May, 1985. He married secondly 20 December, 1986 to Shirley (Chalmer) Dolman.

                          26 January, 2000 Sharie Argue Spoke with Ron and Shirley at Kelowna, B.C. regarding family tree information. Bob said then;

                          "on leaving school I worked on Trans Canada highway, in the spring of (19)35 I joined the RCMP and served for 5 years. In 1940 joined Searle Grain Co in Ft. William. 1942 joined army and served overseas with the armoured corp. On returning to Canada I once again worked in elevator, retiring in 1978."

                          Further details are included in Ron's obituary.(280)

                          Children of Ron and his first wife, Viola;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-1) David Ingram, born 1947, married Susan Miller. David is noted in 2000 as manager of a pulp mill at Squamish, B.C., and in 2001 as having "a wonderful camp on Vancouver Island near Tofino".
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-1-1) Jonathan Ingram.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-1-2) Christopher Ingram.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-1-3) Paul Ingram.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-2) Hughie Ingram, born 1952, married Filomina "Fil" Foglip. In 2000 Hughie was noted as working with the Thunder Bay Police Force in Human Relations.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-2-1) Lisa Viola Ingram, born about 1990.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-1-2-2) David McKenzie Ingram, born about 1993.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2) Kenneth "Ken" Ingram, born about 1915 at Govan, Saskatchewan, married Margaret E. Eiserman. Kenneth worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway, and is noted in 2002 at Thunder Bay, Ontario.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1) Joan Ingram, died 15 March, 2002 at London, Ontario, married firstly to Wallace Flood.
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1-1) Kenneth Flood, married and is noted in 2001 with his family living with his grandparents, Ken and Marg Ingram.
                              His children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1-1-1) Heidi Flood, born about 1995.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1-1-2) James Flood, born about 1999.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1-2) Sean Patrick Flood, born about 1963, noted in 2001 at London, Ontario, unmarried.

                            Joan married secondly, husband not identified yet.
                            Child of Joan and her second husband;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-2-1-3) (son).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-3) Douglas Ingram, born about 1920 at Govan, Saskatchewan, married Alice Craik (she died June, 1990). He was with the Royal Bank of Canada, and is noted as at Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2002.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-3-1) John Ingram.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-3-1-1) Sean Ingram.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-3-2) George Ingram, born 1962, married Iris (her father named "John"). Sharie Argue notes for George and Iris "An engineer,does project management and engineering of big projects such as schools and roads. During 2003 opened his own office downtown Winnipeg. Iris was a mathmatics teacher".
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-3-2-1) Royce Ingram, born about 1996.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4) Phyllis Ingram, born 26 April, 1924 at Dauphin, Manitoba, she married Robert "Bob" Cunningham and lived at Shebandowan outside Thunder Bay, Ontario, by the lake.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-1) Kathleen "Kit" Cunningham, married Edward Neill. Kit is noted in 2005 as fighting cancer.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-1-1) Jane Ann Neill.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-1-2) Robert Edward "Bob" Neill.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-1-3) Kathie Neill.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-2) Margaret Cunningham, married Mario Cupello.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-2-1) Angela Dawn Cupello, a Registered Nurse.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-2-2) Donna Phyllis Cupello.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-3) Barbara "Barb" Cunningham, married to David Dufault and moved to Owen Sound, Ontario.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-3-1) Suzanne Elizabeth Dufault.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-3-2) James Thomas "Jim" Dufault, married 19 July, 2003 at Thunder Bay, Ontario.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-3-3) Jennifer Dufault, married and noted as living at Hamilton, Ontario in 2003.
                              Their child;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-3-3-1) (child), born June, 2003.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-4) Leonard "Butch" Cunningham, married Jane Anne Synox.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-4-1) Patricia Louise Cunningham.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-3-4-4-2) Laura Lynne Cunningham.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4) Lillian Elizabeth McKenzie Arkell, born 27 April, 1899 at Elkhorn, Manitoba, died 4 July, 1976 at Lac Vert, Saskatchewan. Sharie Argue notes for Lillian; "(she) attended Sprott-Shaw Business College at Victoria, B.C. and then had a job in a Doctor's office, where she did the radium treatments so casually! She danced with sailors and had a good time as a young girl". She married 11 January, 1923 at Dauphin, Manitoba to William McKenzie "Bill" Ross a member of Lord Strathcona's Horse Regiment (born 22 August, 1892 at Rosenfeld, Manitoba to Robert Ross and Annie Binnie or Binney, and died 6 January, 1986 at Kinistino, Saskatchewan)
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1) Kathryn McQueen Ross, born 12 April, 1924 at Lac Vert, Saskatchewan, married 6 March, 1945 at Toronto, Ontario to Eldon Cyril "Al" Northey (born 24 November, 1926 at Smith Township, Ontario to Wilbert Northey and Mary Pearson). Al's mother said his full name though not on his birth registration was "Eldon Cyril Ira James". He lived in Omemee about age 9 and by high school was living near there at Lindsay, Ontario. (Omemee and Lindsay are towns in Victoria County, one of the Townships there is named "Eldon")
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1) Colleen Mary Brennan Northey, born 9 January, 1943 at Toronto, Ontario. Adopted into the family 30 May, 1990, her biologic parents were Al's oldest sister Berneice Northey and her husband Mark William Brennan, she was a twin, her sister dieing at birth or quite young. Colleen married 20 April, 1963 at St.Monica's Church, Toronto, Ontario to Norbert Gamon Pereira (born 16 February, 1939 at Georgetown, Guyana to Emmanuel Pereira and Rita, a family originally from the Isle of Madeira, Portugal). Colleen and Norbert live at Bramalea, Ontario.
                            Their daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-1) Rita Colleen Mary Pereira, born 13 March, 1964 at Toronto, Ontario, married 29 July, 1995 at St.Anthony's Church, Bramalea to Stephen Louis "Steve" Adamo (born 2 June, 1954 at Toronto, Ontario to Luciano Adamo and Beverly McGrath).
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-1-1) Robyn Michelle Adamo, born 29 December, 1999 at Toronto General Hospital, twin to Brendan.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-1-2) Brendan Joseph Adamo, born 29 December, 1999 at Toronto General Hospital, twin to Robyn.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-2) Noreen Veronica Anita Pereira, born 13 August, 1970 at Toronto, Ontario, married 28 October, 1995 at St.Anthony's Church, Bramalea, Ontario to Glen Clarkson.
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-2-1) Brett Robert Clarkson, born 19 September, 1997 at Toronto.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-2-2) Shaun Ryan Clarkson, born 21 September, 1999 at Toronto.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-3) Sharon Catherine Nicole Pereira, born 5 October, 1975 at Brampton, Ontario, married firstly 2 October, 1998 at St.John Fisher Catholic Church in Bramalea to Eric Alexander John Pieter (born 8 January, 1973 at Etobicoke, Ontario, adopted son of Joseph Pieters and Ann Docherty).

                              Sharon married secondly 14 November, 2004 at the Terra Cotta Inn at Caledon, Ontario to Ryan Christopher Wall (born 3 February, 1974). Sharon is stepmother to Ryan's two sons from a previous marriage;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-3-1) Trenton Wall, born 10 May, 1995.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-3-2) Liam Wall, born 24 July, 1997.

                              Sharon and Ryan now have also a child together;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-1-3-3) Seth Nolan Wall, born 6 February, 2006 at Brampton, Ontario.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2) Sharen Elizabeth "Sharie" Northey, born 11 October, 1947 at Peterborough, Ontario, married 3 May, 1968 at St.Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Regina, Saskatchewan to Earle Charles Argue (born 25 November, 1944 at Tuberose, Saskatchewan to Clare Argue and Phyllis Jones). Sharie is the principal researcher (with much help from her cousins), for the line of descent shown in this chart down from her ancestor John Mackenzie, resident at Dalcainloch till 1828. Her work in getting involved in D.N.A. research showing a close cousin relationship to Ben Mackenzie in Ohio has added her vast research to this tree.

                            Children of Sharie and Earle;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-1) Paul Earle McKenzie Argue, born 10 July, 1970 at Regina General Hospital, in Saskatchewan, married 2 August, 1996 at Regina to Sheryl Lorraine "Sherry" Warbeck (born 20 January, 1972 at Regina to Joseph Warbeck and Blanche).
                              Their children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-1-1) Luke McKenzie Joseph Argue, born 12 May, 1999.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-1-2) Chloe Holly Argue, born 9 October, 2002 at Regina General Hospital.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-1-3) Eden Elizabeth Argue, born 26 January, 2005.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-2) Peter David Ross Argue, born 29 June, 1973 at Regina General Hospital, in Saskatchewan, married 22 August, 1996 at Negril, Jamaica to Alexis "Jane" Heron (born 29 April, 1976 at Edinburgh, Scotland to Alexander Heron and Kate Love). Peter and Alexis divorced in 2003.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-3) Alana Kathryn Argue, born 26 May, 1976 at Regina General Hospital, in Saskatchewan, married 31 May, 1997 at St.Paul's Anglican Cathedral in Regina to Owein Prentice Heiliger (born 3 March, 1976 at Pasqua Hospital, Regina). Alana was a teacher, but in 2004 became a Constable with the Regina Police Service. Sharie notes "Alana was divorced from Owein Heiliger officially in January 2010...they'd been separated for a couple years though.".
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-2-3-1) Alena Zara Heiliger, born 4 August, 2006.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-3) William Eldon Northey, born 22 September, 1952 at St.Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, married firstly 28 June, 1975 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to Cynthia Louise Punter (born 1 June, 1959 at Prince Albert to (?) Punter and Dorothy Young). They divorced 9 September, 1986 at Prince Albert.
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-3-1) Adam Lee Ross Northey, born 23 October, 1975 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and now lives at Edmonton, Alberta.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-3-2) Candace Nicole Louise Northey, born 8 August, 1977 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
                              Her daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-3-2-1) Caitlin Nicole Northey, born 13 August, 1993 at Holy Family Hospital, Prince Albert. Caitlin was adopted by her maternal grandfather, William Eldon Northey, and his second wife, Shelley Mullis.

                              Candace became partner of Shawn Mason in 1996.
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-3-2-2) Thomas Eldon Northey-Mason, born 5 January, 1997 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

                            William married secondly 31 January, 1987 at St. David's Church, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to Shelley Cyrille Mullis (born 9 September, 1960 at Prince Albert to Cyril Mullis and Rose Mackie). They adopted his granddaughter Caitlin (above).

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4) Robert John "Bob" Northey, born 18 August, 1955 at Preeceville, Saskatchewan, married firstly 1 May, 1976 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to Joan Anne Boulanger (born 12 June, 1955 at Melfort, Saskatchewan to Louis Boulanger and Genevieve Legatt), they divorced June, 1995 at Prince Albert. Robert is Battalion Chief of the Fire Department of Prince Albert.
                            Children of Robert and Joan;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4-1) James Robert Northey, born 5 August, 1981 at Holy Cross Hospital, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, in fall 2001 moved to Marshall, Saskatchewan.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4-2) Laura Anne Northey, born 20 April, 1983 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan , noted in September 2005 as starting a two year course in Land Reclaimation at Olds, Alberta.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4-3) Jill Marie Northey, born 2 August, 1985 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

                            Robert married secondly 2 November, 1996 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to Janice Fay Anastasia Pacholko (born 11 January, 1958 at Midale, Saskatchewan to Matthew Pacholko and Julia Smerchynski)
                            Janice's two children from a previous marriage had their surnames changed to "Northey" while quite young;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4-4) Lauren Julia Rita McQueen Northey, born 20 February, 1990.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-4-5) Clark Gaston Matthew Ross Northey, born 13 July, 1987.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-5) Patrick David Northey, born 15 November, 1957 at Preeceville, Saskatchewan, married 29 July, 1977 at Quill Lake, Saskatchewan to Colleen Marie Graham (born 19 February, 1959 at Quill Lake to Norman Graham and Celia Olsen).
                            Their sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-5-1) Philip Patrick David Northey, born 9 July, 1983 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, adopted into the family, married June 2008 to Stacy Adria Elmer.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-5-1-1) Adria Skye Northey, born 26 March, 2010.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-5-2) Nicholas Robert McKenzie "Nic" Northey, born 22 June, 1986 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, married October 2007 to Elizabeth "Liz" Arcand.

                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-6-4-1-6) Richard James Northey, born 16 October, 1963 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with birth name as Richard James Ausland, and took the surname "Northey" upon being adopted into the family.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-7) Harry Stewart Mackenzie, born 1865 at Ontario, died sometime after an 18 March, 1897 letter to his mother, drowned in the Bow River in Alberta near his ranch. "Bad sheep" of the family, a relative claimed his horse came out of the river o.k., but Harry's body was later found with a bullet hole in his back! His wife was named Lois.
                      Harry and Lois had a son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-7-1) Harry Mackenzie, likely born 1897 near Fort McLeod, Alberta, an 18 March, 1897 letter by his father mentions a first pair of shoes. He died of diptheria.

                      After Harry's death his Widow Lois remarried to a judge in Buffalo, New York.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-1-8) Kenneth Cameron Mackenzie, born 21 November, 1869 at Listowel, Elma County, (Perth North) Ontario; died 15 March, 1951 at Victoria, B.C. He married probably at Oak River, Manitoba to Sara J. Hedley (born 1874), they later lived at Dauphin, Manitoba, then moved to Victoria, B.C.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-2) Mary Mackenzie, christened 27 January, 1823 at Delkenloch, Lochbroom.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3) Catherine "Kate" Mackenzie, born about 1824 in Lochbroom (1841 census suggests 1824, 1851 census suggests 1823, 1881 census suggests 1819. That census shows her as eight years older than her husband, who in the 1901 census is noted as born 1821, suggesting for her a birth year of 1813, her own death registration in 1891 suggests a birth year of 1819), christened 22 July, 1828 with father's residence as Ullapool. (The Parish Minister wrote a letter of reference for the family 24 May, 1828 saying they had lived at Dalcanloch till spring of that year, when their home burnt). She died 7 May, 1891 and is buried at Fairview Cemetery, Listowel. She married 10 December, 1848 to Alexander Mackenzie, her residence noted as South Keanachulish, his as Ullapool. Father of the bride was noted as "late John McKenzie (Cromarty)". Alexander was born 23 July, 1821 in Urray Parish, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland to another John Mackenzie, and his wife Margaret (?), he died 7 June, 1902 at Listowel, and was buried there at Fairview Cemetery 9 June. Descendants of this couple look to have used the spelling "McKenzie", but for consistancy of this chart I continue "Mackenzie".

                    Catherine and Alexander emigrated to Listowel about 1857, three years after her brother John. Most of the details on them and their descendants come from the extensive researches of their gt-gt-granddaughter, Linda Dillon.(282)
                    Their seven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1) Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mackenzie, born 25 October, 1849 at Ullapool, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, died 5 December, 1928 at Berkley, Alameda County, California, U.S.A. and buried at Oakland, California. She married 20 December, 1876 at Listowel, Perth County, Ontario, Canada to Alexander McDonald (born 25 November, 1843 at Prince Edward County, Canada, died 30 March, 1909 at Belmont, San Mateo, California, and also buried at Oakland). Linda Dillon notes the 1921 obituary of Lizzie's sister notes her then living at Berkeley.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1-1) Viola Deconsert MacDonald, born 27 October, 1877 at Listowel, Perth County, died 29 January, 1966 at Oakland, California.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1-2) Lloyd Mowat MacDonald, born 2 June 1879 at Listowel, Perth County, died 27 October 1937 at Los Angeles, California. He emigrated to the U.S.A. in 1903 and was naturalized there 1904. He married 24 December, 1905 at San Francisco, California to Leah Irene McLeod (born May 1878 at Livermore, California to Andrew Jackson McLeod and Delia Foley, died 14 November, 1941 at Los Angeles)
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1-2-1) Norman Lloyd MacDonald
                          He had at least one child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1-2-1-1) Linda MacDonald, married (?) Dillon, since divorced, with two sons. Linda is source of most of the research in this chart on descent from her gt-gt-grandparents.(282)

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-1-3) Frank Wolseley Abraham MacDonald, (Linda Dillon notes the middle name might be spelled "Wolsby"), born 14 August, 1882 in Canada, died 22 May, 1909 at Alameda, California.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2) John R. Mackenzie, born 1 December, 1851 at Ullapool, Lochbroom, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, died 26 April, 1932 and buried 28 April in Fairview Cemetery, Listowel, Perth County, Ontario. He emigrated in 1853 to Canada, married 1 November, 1876 at Listowel to Clara Tabberner (born 30 August, 1853 at Birmingham, England to John Tabbener and Ann Dane, died 10 April, 1924 at Listowel and buried there 14 April at Fairview Cemetery. She emigrated to Canada in 1855). John was listed as next of kin in 1915 when his son John enlisted in the army. Like his father he was a tailor, noted in the 1881 census with occupation "cutter".
                      They had at least six children (birthdates as given in the 1901 census);

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-1) Anna Mabel Mackenzie, born 22 December, 1877 at Listowel, died 12 June, 1914, at Listowel and buried in Fairview Cemetery. In the 1901 census she was noted as a teacher, Linda Dillon notes that she never married.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-2) Clara Beatrice Mackenzie, born 23 June, 1880 at Listowel, died 13 February, 1933 and buried at Fairview Cemetery, Linda Dillon notes she was at home and unmarried 26 April, 1932.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-3) Kate Verna Mackenzie ("Catherine" in 1911 census), born 31 January, 1883 at Listowel, died 1932, probably at California. She married 9 August, 1911, (probably at Listowel) to Everett C. Cunningham (born 22 October, 1883 at Massachusets to John Cunningham and Elizabeth Crittenden. He died 5 May, 1978 at West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida). Linda Dillon has details on the various places they lived in California.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-4) Margaret Mackenzie, born 20 December, 1886 at Listowel, married sometime from 1914 to 1932 to J. W. Slaight (he was single and resident June 1914 at Medicine Hat, Alberta, and noted as married at Brooks, Alberta in 1932 and 1933).
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-5) Edna I. Mackenzie, born 23 November, 1888 at Listowel, died unmarried 9 June, 1970 and buried in Fairview Cemetery, Listowel.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-2-6) John Tabbener Mackenzie, born 21 November, 1890 in Ontario. He was at Saginaw, Michigan in 1924, unmarried, and at Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1932 and 1933 noted as married. The 1940 census at Saranac Village, Michigan, has him married to "Verda" (born about 1902 in Michigan) with her two children from a previous marriage; 17 year old Edward J. Pant, and 14 year old Laural A. Pant. That census notes all were living at Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1935.

                        11 January, 1915 John enlisted in the Third Regiment of the Canadian Mounted Rifles at Medicine Hat, Alberta.(260)

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-3) Margaret Mackenzie, born either 8 October, 1857 at Puslinch, or 7 November, 1857 at Morriston, Wellington County, Ontario (second date may be christening), died 8 January, 1884 at Listowel, Ontario, unmarried.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-4) Isabella "Bella" Mackenzie, ("Lola J." in the 1910 census at Oak Park, Cook County, Illinois), born 23 July, 1859 at Puslinch, Morriston, Wellington County, Ontario, christened 26 February, 1860 at Morriston, died 28 February, 1921 at Hinsdale Sanitarium, near Chicago, Illinois. Unmarried with her family in the 1881 census, she emigrated in 1890 to the U.S.A. She married 17 February, 1892 at Chicago, Illinois to Nathan Otis McQuiston (born 9 March, 1867 at Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana to Hugh Harvey McQuiston and Margaret Cathcart, he died about 1958 at Chicago). They had no children.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5) Mary Mackenzie, born 23 July, 1859 at Puslinch, Morriston, Wellington County, Ontario, christened 26 February, 1860 at Morriston, twin of Isabella, died 10 April, 1919 at Piedmont, Alameda County, California, and cremated there 12 April (her last year at the home of her son, Frank. O. Gibb at Piedmont). She was unmarried with her family in the 1881 census, in the 1901 census she is Widowed at Listowel as "Mary Gibb" with her father and uncle and was at California in 1905. She married 12 December, 1882 at Wroxeter, Huron County, Ontario to Gavin McMinn Gibb, a miller (born at Scotland to Andrew Gibb and Agnes McMinn, died before 1891). Descendant Lynne notes "Gavin Gibb was an oatmeal miller and died at age 38 while his sons were ages 3 and 4".
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-1) Frank Oliver Alexander Gibbs, born 21 September, 1883 at Wroxeter, Huron County, Ontario, died 27 July, 1954 at Alameda, California. He emigrated to California in the U.S.A. in 1905 and married there about 1907 to Florence Myrtle Devendorf (born 24 January, 1887 in California, her mother's maiden name was Potter, she died 8 February, 1944 at San Francisco). Frank was noted in the 1901 census as a telephone operator, in 1910 as "Bookkeeper, Bank", in 1920 and 1930 as "Bank Teller".
                        Their child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-1-1) Florence E. Gibbs, born 24 November, 1914 at Alameda, California.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2) Oswald Rankine Gibbs, born 18 December, 1884 at Hay or "Hanson", Huron County, Ontario, died 17 September, 1933 at LaMesa, California. He emigrated in 1899, his occupation noted in 1901 as "Phone Oper." in 1920 as "Utility Man, bank", in 1930 as "Bank Teller". He married about 1912 to Ethel Dodge McGinnis (born 23 May, 1888 at Seattle, Washington to Edward Woodruff and Ida Jane Plummer, and died 27 January, 1972 at Seattle, Washington).

                        The descent that follows may change following correction from the researcher, Linda Dillon, and recent input from descendant Lynne;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-1) Edward Woodruff Gibbs, born 3 September, 1913 at Seattle, Washington, died 28 February, 1996 at Billings, Yellowstone, Montana, married Ruth Elinor Byrlston (born 7 May, 1914 at Chicago, Illinois to Arthur William Byrlston and Orpha Estelle Wann, died 14 January, 1985 at Billings). Linda Dillon notes that all children of this couple were living at the time the tree containing the data was submitted, and no contact info given though for later updates.

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-1-1) George Geoffrey Gibbs, born about 1948 in the State of Washington.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-1-2) Gail Marie Gibbs
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-1-3) Leslie Ruth Gibbs

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-2) Oswald Rankine Gibbs Jr., born 23 April, 1918 at Seattle, Washington, died 15 October, 1993 at Olympia, Thurston, Washington.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-3) Mary Remson Gibbs, born about 1922 in the State of Washington, living at the time the tree containing the data was submitted, married (?) Walker, with at least one child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-2-3-1) Lynne Walker, has added some data to this chart through contact with her cousin Sharie Argue.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-5-3) John McKenzie Gibbs, born 28 September, 1888 at Listowel, died 17 June, 1890 at Listowel.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-6) Alexander Mackenzie, born 10 January, 1866 at Puslinch, Wellington County, Ontario, died 12 April, 1924 at the Brandon Hospital in Manitoba. A tailor like his father, he was business partner with his brother in 1901, he left Listowel about 1909 and is noted as at Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1921.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3-7) Harriet "Hattie" Mackenzie, born 10 January, 1866 in Ontario at Puslinch, Wellington County, Ontario, unmarried in the 1901 census with the family of her brother John. Died 1 July, 1905 at Stratford, Perth County, Ontario, and buried at Fairview Cemetery.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-4) Janet "Jessy" Mackenzie, born about 1829 in Lochbroom, christened 18 October, 1829 at Morefield near Ullapool as "Janet".
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-5) Elizabeth Reid Mackenzie, born 5 April, 1830 at Cromarty, christened there 5 May, 1830.

                John Mackenzie "of Atachol" was married secondly sometime 1791-1796 to Margaret Stronach. Margaret herself has an interesting ancestry, as she was born 4 June, 1773 to Alexander Stronach, Minister of Lochbroom, and his wife Margaret or Isobel Mackenzie, a daughter of the fourth Laird of Ballone.(5)
                John Mackenzie and Margaret Stronach had at least two children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3) Margaret Mackenzie, the 1841 census suggests she was born sometime 1797-1801, 1851 census suggests 1797, her death registered as 26 April, 1889 "aged 97" at her son Donald's home at Argyle Street Ullapool suggests a birth year of 1791 or 1792. On balance, not having seen the mention of her in the three censuses from 1861 to 1881, my guess is a birth year about 1797. Her marriage was registered 18 April, 1816 in the Lochbroom Parish Register, and recorded again according to the custom of the day 22 April in Contin Parish to her groom, Donald MacLeay.

                  Donald MacLeay was noted as 55-59 years old in the 1841 census, suggesting his birth year sometime 1782-86, he was noted as 63 years old in the 1851 census suggesting a birth year of 1788, his memorial stone says he died 5 April, 1868 aged 85(283), suggesting a birth year of 1783. His parents were Donald Macleay and Isabella Grant.

                  Margaret's residence at marriage in 1816 was noted as at Dalcanloch, a place on Loch Achall near Ullapool in Lochbroom Parish, Donald's as Mossfield, Parish of Contin. The 1851 census has Margaret born at Achall, Donald at Contin. At birth of their son Donald about 1817 they were in Contin, at birth of John 1823 they were at Dalvraid (near Achall), at birth of their son Alexander in 1826 they were at Leckmelm (the 1827 Militia List shows Donald there, under 30 years of age, "Tenant"). By birth of their son Rory in 1833 they were at Achall (Glen Achall) near Ullapool. They settled at Achall. Donald was Forester and Head Game Keeper to the Cromartie family of the Rhidorach Estate which included Achall, a position he was followed in by his son Donald, and then his granddaughter's husband, William Sutherland.

                  This couple is noted as ancestors to Donald MacLeod who now lives at Ullapool (that info is from a forwarded email from him through a third party, since confirmed through direct communication, Donald is below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-1), and also to a large number of descendants in Australia. Most of the details on Margaret, Donald, and their following generations come from the researches of Jean Stewart and Vic Underwood in Australia, with additional data from Canadian sisters Jamie Simmons and Jacqui Nex. Detatails of descent of the McLeay family in New Zealand come from Peter McLeay.(284)

                  Children of Margaret Mackenzie and Donald MacLeay;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1) Donald Macleay, born about 1817 in Contin, christened there 16 May, 1817, died 23 January, 1906 in Lochbroom Parish. He was Head Forester and Game Keeper of Rhidorach following his father, it is interesting that his sons continued the occupation; three generations of Donald MacLeays are documented as Gameskeepers who married Mackenzies! Donald looks to have been respected in his career, however Jean Stewart records an increasingly "obsteperous behaviour" that led to friction with the local factor, Kenneth Mackenzie, eventually leading to his dismissal and replacement in 1884 by his son-in-law, William Sutherland.

                    Donald married sometime 1841 to 1843 to Hannah Mackenzie from Gairloch Parish, her forename sometimes recorded as "Johan". Hannah was said to have been born 1828, though her obituary notes at her death May 1897 at Ullapool her age as 75, which suggests birth year 1822.(285) Hannah had an interesting ancestry herself, her father Charles Mackenzie a grandson of Sir Hector Mackenzie of Gairloch, her mother Janet Mackenzie a granddaughter of the famous "Strong Minister", Rev. James Robertson of Lochbroom.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1) Donald "Danny" Macleay, born about 1844 at Lochbroom died 1926 in England, married 29 July, 1870 at Achilty in Contin Parish to Mary Mackenzie (born about 1832 to George McKenzie, Farmer, and "Bella" McLeod). At the marriage like his father and grandfather before he was noted as "Gamekeeper", the third generation "Donald MacLeay" to have that title, and the third "Donald MacLeay" in a row to marry a Mackenzie!

                      Danny looks to have continued the fractious relationship of his father with the Cromartie estate factors; at times making application for various positions or farms, at others agitating on behalf of the Land League for Crofter's rights, and the claiming of ancient rights of way through the forests.

                      The marriage registration has Danny's usual residence listed as "Annat, Croick", Mary's at "Auchnaclerach, Parish of Contin", the place "Achnaclerach" that Danny's own Mackenzie gt-grandparents had lived at. After the marriage they seem to have moved to Kincardine, where they had at least two children, though Jean Stewart notes sometime after 1890 "there is a record of a Donald McLeay, late gamekeeper, operating a store in Shore Street, Ullapool", and also a 1981 letter from Constance Smith at Ilfracombe, Devon, who noted herself as a granddaughter.

                      Donald MacLeod of Ullapool has researched many details on descent from Donald "Danny" and Mary,(284) as well as the details that follow on the children he notes;

                      • In 1871, Donald and Mary are living at Mains of Amat, parish of Kincardine, ROC (071/01 ED 8 page 1)
                      • In 1881, Donald and the family are at Glencassley, Parish of Creich, Reg. District Rosehall, Sutherland (046/2 ED 2, page 5) where he is shown as the 'manager of a farm of 213 acres, of which 23 are arable'. In the partial transcription of the 1881 census published by the Mormons the family are shown as "McLeans", but I have checked the original and it is definately Donald and his family.
                      • In 1891, they are at Dunrobin Street, Helmsdale, Parish of Kildonan, Sutherland (Census 44, ED district 3, page 19) where Donald is now described as a merchant.
                      • In 1901, the family appear to have moved to England, as Donald, Mary and Sybil (sic) are living at Frith Park, Lingfield, Surrey (Source RG13, piece 632, folio 73, page 13, sched. no. 70) Donald is shown as a farmer, with Mary and Sybil as laundress. George, Hugh, John and Hannah are at 18 Charleville Road, Fulham, London (Source RG 13, piece 63, folio 17, page 26, sched. no 171). George is a gunmaker, Hugh an editor and publisher, Hannah a publisher's assistant, and John a butcher, retail. He is shown as 20 years of age, and is therefore most likely to be John Hay McKenzie.
                      • It is known that a Donald Mcleay died in England.
                      • There is a record of a marriage for Sybil McKenzie Mcleay in England in 1905 (Jul-Sep Islington, 1d 819) but I have not looked this up.

                      The eight identified children of Danny and Mary;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-1) Donald Macleay, born 31 August, 1871 at Amat, Croick, Kincardine. He died 15 October, 1871 aged 45 days, cause unknown, father is noted as a "gamekeeper".
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-2) George Macleay, born 27 September, 1871 at Gildermorie, Parish of Alness, in Easter Ross, father is noted as a "gamekeeper".
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-3) Hannah Macleay, born 7 December, 1873 at Oykel, Kincardine, father noted as "Inn Keeper". Emigrated to N.Z. and was known to her relatives there as "Cousin Mac".(287) She married Gane Sturgess and settled in Te Kuiti where a street is named after them. Peter McLeay notes they were close friends of his Grandfather Donald who farmed near Te Kuiti and that they had no children.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-4) Donald Macleay, born 28 August, 1875 at Oykel Inn, Kincardine.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-5) Hugh Macleay, born 19 March, 1877 at Oykel Inn, Kincardine.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-6) John Macleay, born 7 August, 1879 at Oykel Inn, Kincardine.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-7) Sibila Macleay, born 31 May, 1880 at Rosehall, Parish of Creich, SutherlandShire, father noted as "Manager of an Estate". (see Donald MacLeod's notes above regarding variations of name and possible marriage)
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-1-8) John Hay Macleay, born 12 December, 1881 at Rosehall, Sutherlandhire, father noted as "farmer".

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2) Roderick McLeay, born about 1846 at Achall, Lochbroom, died 31 December, 1938 at his home of Scarista Bheag on South Harris Inverness, buried in the cemetery there. He married 22 June, 1875 at Inverness to Anne Fraser (born 1847 in Urquhart Parish to Thomas Fraser and Grace Fraser). A Game Keeper from at least 1864 to 1868 under his father at Rhidorach, then for a short period at Lochluichart, west of Garve, by time of his marriage in 1875 he was at Aline, Parish of Lochs on the Isle of Lewis, he was then Game Keeper at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle on Harris, walking ten miles each day from his home at Ath Linne to work!

                      Jean Stewart notes Roderick did well on Harris as Game Keeper, with a uniform and salary. As Keeper for Lord Dunmore at Borve Bheag he was supplied with a cottage, but after 1900 was able to buy a small farm at Scarista Bheag, still held by descendants.
                      Their four daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1) Alexandrina McLeay, born 1876, died 1956, married 8 August, 1901 at Rodel at the southernmost point of Harris to Kenneth Campbell (died 1930). She was in the 1881 census with her MacLeay grandparents at Rhidorach, and after marriage at Rodel. Kenneth was a steamboat Captain, who had gone to sea at 16 years of age, after WW1 he purchased the Isle of Pabbay south of Harris.
                        Their six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1) Roderick McLeay "Ruairidh Ban" Campbell, born 12 March, 1904 at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, died after 1938, married Christina Boyd.
                          Their five sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1) Kenneth Campbell, married Muriel (?). Kenneth manages the sheep grazing on Pabbay for an absentee landlord, he and his family are noted in 1994 as living at Leverburgh, Harris.
                            Their three sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-1) Derrick Campbell, married Isobel (?)
                              Their three children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-1-1) Kenny Campbell.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-1-2) David Campbell.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-1-3) Mairi Campbell, born 3 July, 1996.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-2) Neil Campbell.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-3) Raymond Campbell, married Kathryn Morrison.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-3-1) Sarah Campbell.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-1-3-2) Rachel Campbell, born 17 February, 2003. (twin of Sarah?)

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-2) William Boyd Campbell, a ship's captain.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3) Alexander Roderick Campbell, born 21 January, 1941, married Marion Jones (born 2 June, 1949).
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-1) Christeen Campbell, born 4 December, 1968, married and since divorced to Morgan Price. Christeen and her children live at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-1-1) Vaughan Price, born 7 June, 1996.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-1-2) Sian Price, born 22 January, 2001.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-2) Calum Roderick Campbell, born 1 September, 1970.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-3) Alexandra Campbell, born 2 August, 1974, she and her partner David Hughes have two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-3-1) Kelly Hughes.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-3-2) Cara Hughes.

                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-3-4) John Roderick Campbell, born 7 February, 1983.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-4) John Kay Campbell, born 26 September, 1943, died 22 December, 2002, married Agnes Mary MacDonald (born 14 February, 1951).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-4-1) Keith MacDonald Campbell, born 1973.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-4-2) Yvonne Boyd Campbell, born 26 March, 1975.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-4-3) Margaret Campbell, born 14 March, 1981, a nurse who has spent several years in Sydney and Brisbane in Australia.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-5) Donald Campbell, married Wilma.
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-5-1) Deirdre Campbell.
                              Her daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-5-1-1) Shona Campbell.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-1-5-2) Donna Campbell, married (?) Miller

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-2) Roderick "Roddy" Campbell, born at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, died 1981, married Catriona Robertson (died 1979).
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-3) Donald Campbell, born at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, died 1970, married Annie Macleod.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-4) Malcolm R. "Calum" Campbell, born at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, married Mary Anne Morrison (she died 1990)
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5) Elizabeth Campbell, born at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, married September, 1931 to John MacSween (he died 20 December, 1990). Elizabeth lives on the Isle of Skye.
                          Their ten children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-1) Ena MacSween.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-2) Annabell MacSween.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-3) Kenneth MacSween.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-4) Malcolm MacSween.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-5) Sandra MacSween.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-6) Roderick MacSween.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-7) Christina MacSween.
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-8) Rachel MacSween.
                          9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-9) Donald MacSween.
                          10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-5-10) Murdoch MacSween.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-6) Jessie Campbell, born at Rodel at the south of Harris, close to St. Clement's Church, married Kenneth McLean (he was born 1976). In 1994 Jessie was noted as living at Northton on Harris.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-6-1) Alice McLean, a nursing sister, she married July 1999 at Portree on Skye to Donald John MacDonald, a bank manager. They live at Elgin.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-6-1) Kenneth Donald "K.D." McLean, married (?), they live at Ullapool with their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-6-1-1) Fiona McLean.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-1-6-1-2) (son) McLean.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2) Grace McLeay, born 1879, married 1902 on Harris to Malcolm Mackay.
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-1) Catherine Mackay.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-2) Morag Mackay.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-3) Roderick Mackay.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-4) John Mackay.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-5) Hannah Mackay.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-6) Margaret Mackay.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-2-7) Helen Mackay.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-3) Hannah McLeay, born 1880.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-4) Helen McLeay, born 1881, died 1929, married 1906 on Harris to Angus MacLeod.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-4-1) Mary Ann MacLeod, married Alexander Morrison.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-4-1-1) Angus Morrison.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-4-1-2) John Morrison.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-2-4-1-3) Helen Morrison.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-3) Ann McLeay, born 1849, died 27 February, 1911 in Ross and Cromarty. In the 1851 census she was noted as two years old, at the household of her maternal grandparents, Charles and Janet Mackenzie. It looks likely she is the person whose death is noted in the index on the ScotlandsPeople website as died 1911 aged 60 in the Parish of Urray, forenames as "Ann Hay Mackenzie".
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-4) Donald Macleay, born 1850 at Achall (eight months old in the 1851 census there). His older brother also named Donald was also in the 1851 Household. Likely there is either a mistranscription, or one was an "honour naming", there are other Coigach families where two children had the same forename.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-5) Dugald McLeay, born 1851, emigrated in the 1880s to New Zealand with his brother John and settled as a farmer in the Wairarapa District of the North Island.(287) He married and had two sons there;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-5-1) Donald McLeay, an engineer who married late in life and had no children.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-5-2) Dugald McLeay, never married and had no children, Peter McLeay notes "Dugald was a storeman in Wellington but when I met him in 1973 he was virtually a hermit living in a remote hut in the southern Wairarapa still driving a model A truck and a WW2 Jeep."

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6) John Hay McKenzie McLeay, born 1852, emigrated in the 1880s to New Zealand with his brother Dugald and settled as a farmer in the Wairarapa District of the North Island. Married 1886 at Martinborough to Esther Ross (born 1860, died 1902), they lived at “Bueleigh” near Tainui.
                      Their eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1) Donald McLeay, born 1886, died 1963, married Eva Groves (born 1891, died 1977). Donald was a Shearer and Farmer with a farm at Kopaki near Te Kuiti.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1) John Groves "Jack" McLeay, born 1926, died 2005, married 1951 to Elsie Pirie (born 1931, died 2005). Jack was an engineer and lived in Te Kuiti his entire life.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-1) Heather McLeay, born 1952, married Warwick Plowman. Lives at Gisborne, N.Z.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-1-1) Kerry James Plowman.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-1-2) Shannon Plowman.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-1-3) Brodie Plowman.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-1-4) Matthew Plowman.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-2) Peter McLeay, born 1955, married Glynis Carr, source of much of the data in this chart for the N.Z. descent of the McLeay family. Notes of himself; "Normally lives in Gisborne, currently resident in Brunei. Airline Pilot."
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-2-1) Hannah Rose McLeay, born 1993.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-2-2) Jessica Heather McLeay, born 1995.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-3) John Ross McLeay, born 1957, married Shelley Straatman, lives at Gisborne, a farming contractor.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-3-1) Daniel McLeay.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-3-2) Katie McLeay.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-3-3) Peter McLeay.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-1-1-3-4) Victoria McLeay.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-2) Esther McLeay, born 1887, Peter McLeay notes of her, "Never married. Emigrated to the U.S.A. and only ever returned once. I believe she was a nurse. No children."
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-3) Roderick McLeay, born 1889, married Agnes (?) and lived at Timaru, no children. Served in WW1 and met relatives at London and Scotland.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-4) Nancy McLeay, born 1890, died 1957, married Ian McLaren, a farmer in the Wairarapa. Peter McLeay notes their descendants still farm in that district.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-4-1) Ian McLaren.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-4-2) Peter McLaren.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5) Dugald McLeay, born 1891, died 1960, married Ethel Reid. Dugald was a farmer in the Waikato district. Served in WW1 and met relatives at London and Scotland.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1) Donald McLeay, born 1922, died 2004, married Rosemary Callender. Donald farmed all his life near Te Awamutu.
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1-1) Anne McLeay.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1-2) John McLeay.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1-3) Ian McLeay.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1-4) Bruce McLeay.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-1-5) Colin McLeay.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-2) Archibald McLeay, born 1925, married Bettina (?).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-2-1) Leah McLeay.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-2-2) Jane McLeay, twin of Leah.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-2-3) Victoria McLeay.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-5-2-4) Ian McLeay, twin of Victoria.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-6) Ross McLeay, born 1894, died 1930, Peter McLeay notes "never had good health, never married, no children."
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-7) Sheila McLeay, born 1895, died 1990, emigrated to Australia and worked in the West Australian outback as a nurse. She married late in life and settled at Melbourne with no Children. Peter McLeay notes of her "a real character".
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-6-8) Ian McKenzie McLeay, born 1897, died 7 June, 1917 in WW1 at the Battle of Messines as a Private in the 17th (Ruahine) Company of the First Battalion of the Wellington Regiment and remembered on the Messines Ridge Memorial in Belgium, 800 New Zealanders died at Messines.(274)
                        Peter McLeay notes;

                        "Ian's brothers had written begging him not to volunteer but allegedly one of his sisters gave him a white feather. Sheila who was closest to him never forgave this and moved to Western Australia shortly after. She was a lifelong anti war campaigner."

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7) Catherine McLeay, born 1854 at Rhiddorach, Lochbroom, died 16 March, 1938 at "Ebenezer Cottage Lundin Links Largi Fife", married 5 December, 1878 in Lochbroom Parish to William Sutherland (born 1855 at Rogart, SutherlandShire to Robert Sutherland and Margaret, maiden surname MacDonald, died 19 June, 1902 at Ullapool, Informant his brother-in-law, Kenneth Ross).
                      Their nine (or possibly eleven?) children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-1) Andrewina Sutherland, born 22 October, 1879 in Knockdamp, Ross and Cromarty. Jamie Simmons notes a tenth child of Catherine MacLeay and William Sutherland referred to as "Ina", and wonders if that might refer to Andrewina, that looks likely to me also.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-2) Donald Sutherland, born 11 November, 1880 in Knockdamp, Ross and Cromarty.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3) Margaret "Maggie" Sutherland, born 24 January, 1883 in Scotland, died 11 March, 1965 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and buried there at Elmwood Cemetery. She married 25 March, 1913 at Winnipeg to James John Sim (born 23 November, 1884 at Pitlochry, Scotland).
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-1) Jack Donaldson Sim, born 1 June, 1915 at Estevan Saskatchewan, died 1959 and buried in Elmwood Cemetery. He married Sarah Neufield (born 25 July, 1926).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-1-1) Jacqueline Sim, born 1950 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, died there 1951.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-1-2) (child) Sim, living, details withheld.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2) James Sutherland Sim, born 21 July, 1917 at Estevan Saskatchewan, died 15 October, 1993 at Sooke, B.C. He married 7 August, 1964 at Winnipeg, Manitoba to Kathleen Anne Barnes (born 15 May, 1930 at Winnipeg).
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-1) Jacqui Sim, born 16 October, 1965, married (?) Nex.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2) Jamie Angela Sim, born 4 March, 1968, married firstly to Lyle Stewart Nessel.
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2-1) Aimee Anne Nessel, born 4 December, 1985.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2-2) Jennifer Megan Nessel, born 3 November, 1986.

                            Jamie married secondly to Lee Edward Lofstrom (since deceased). With Lee she had two more children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2-3) Cody James Lofstrom, born 22 July, 1990.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2-4) April Lee Denae Lofstrom, born 27 April, 1992.

                            Jamie is thirdly married to Eric Ernest Simmons, who has adopted her two children with Lee Lofstrom. They live at Mayerthorpe, Alberta, where Eric is a logger (runs a processor), and Jamie is a psychologist, specializing in educational psychology.
                            With Eric Jamie now has a fifth child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-2-2-5) Ava Ingrid Simmons, born 29 June, 2002.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-3) Kathleen Sim, married Gordon Jones (born 26 January, 1917).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-3-1) (son) Jones, details withheld. married (?) Roy, with four children.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-3-4) William Sim, born 15 May, 1922 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, died 14 August, 1922 at Winnipeg and buried there 17 August, 1922 at Elmwood Cemetery.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-4) Catherine Sutherland, born 1885. Jamie Simmons notes a ninth child of Catherine MacLeay and William Sutherland referred to as "Kathleen", my guess is that is this daughter.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-5) Robert William Sutherland, born 24 January, 1887.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-6) Alexander John Sutherland, born 20 March, 1889.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-7) Hannah Sutherland, born 14 June, 1892, though to have married.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-8) Thomas Sutherland, born 11 November, 1895.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-7-9) Anne Hay Mackenzie Macleay Sutherland, born 23 May, 1898 in Lochbroom Parish.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8) Mary Macleay, born 6 June, 1857 at Lochbroom, died 1 July, 1926, married 25 June, 1879 at Inverness to Kenneth Ross (a tailor at Ullapool). Kenneth was Informant of the 1902 death registration of William Sutherland, husband of Mary's sister Catherine, he was noted then as resident at Ullapool.
                      Their nine children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1) Hannah Ross, married Donald MacRae.
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-1) Annabell MacRae.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-2) Ian MacRae.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-3) Mary MacRae, married James Handcock.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-3-1) Hannah Handcock.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-3-2) John Handcock.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-4) Margaret "Peggy" MacRae, married Phillip Gill.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-5) Rhona MacRae.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-6) Kenneth MacRae.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-1-7) Donald MacRae.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-2) Donald Ross.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-3) Catherine Ross, married Roderick Macleod.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-3-1) Roderick Macleod, died 1999, married Edna (surname not yet known, she died 1998).
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-3-1-1) Ian Macleod.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-3-1-2) Paul Macleod.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-4) Alice Ross.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-5) Margaret Ross
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-6) John Hay Ross, married firstly to Nellie (?)
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-6-1) Ian Hay Ross, married Frances (?).

                        John Hay Ross married secondly to Gladys (?)
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-6-2) Marjory Ross, married Clive (?)

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-7) Hannah Ross.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8) Annabel Ross, married Alastair Logan.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1) Kennethina Ross Logan, born 1928, married George Alexander Cameron McKenzie (born 1919).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-1) Catherine McKenzie, born 1952, married Alan Chapple.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-1-1) Darren Chapple born 1975, married Graine (?).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-1-1-1) Kyle Chapple

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-1-2) Kevin Chapple, born 1997.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-1-3) Elidh Chapple, born 1999.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-2) Kenneth McKenzie, born 1955.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-3) George Alexander "Sandy" McKenzie, born 1958, married Sarah Callaghan.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-3-1) Hannah McKenzie, born 1989.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-3-2) Rogan McKenzie, born 1992.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-4) David McKenzie, born 1964, married Mairi MacKay.
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-8-1-4-1) Cameron McKenzie, born 1995.

                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-8-9) Donald Ross, married Violet Merri.

                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-9) Dugald Macleay, born 4 November, 1859 at Rhiddorach, Lochbroom.
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-10) George Macleay, born 10 January, 1864 at Kincardine. Peter McLeay notes George was a gunsmith in London.
                    11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-1-11) Edward P. Macleay, born 11 January, 1864 at Kincardine, twin to George. Peter McLeay notes Edward may have gone to Australia.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2) Margaret "Peggie" Macleay, christened 28 October, 1819 at Achall, Lochbroom, married 1840 at Ullapool to Colin Mackenzie (born about 1816 at Kenachrine, Lochbroom to John Mackenzie and Anne Mackenzie, died 28 January, 1897 at Morefield). The 1851 census and civil registration index show eight children of this couple, they were living at Morefield in the 1851 census with four sons.
                    Their ten children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-1) John Mackenzie, born about 1842 at Morefield.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2) Gregor Mackenzie, born about 1844 at Morefield, died 21 June, 1912 at Marybank, Urray, Ross & Cromarty, he married 7 December, 1871 in Contin Parish to May Mackenzie (born about 1852 in Contin). Gregor like so many other MacLeay descendants was a Gamekeeper. Sometime between the birth of their son Donald in late 1872, and the birth of their daughter Jessie in 1874 they moved from Contin to Lochluichart, Ross and Cromarty, they moved again about 1879 to Drumintoul Lodge at Rothiemurchus, InvernessShire, where their fifth child was born.
                      From the 1881 census it appears they had at least five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2-1) Donald McLeay Mackenzie, born 13 November, 1872 in Contin Parish.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2-2) Jessie Chisholm Mackenzie, born 5 February, 1874 at Lochluichart, Ross and Cromarty. (Fodderty).
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2-3) Margaret Mackenzie, born about 1876 at Lochluichart, Ross and Cromarty.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2-4) Alexander Mackenzie, born about 1878 at Lochluichart, Ross and Cromarty.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-2-5) Colin Mackenzie, born about 1879 at Rothiemurchus, InvernessShire (likely at Drumintoul Lodge where the family was in the 1881 census).

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-3) Alexander Mackenzie, born about 1848 at Morefield.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-4) Dugald Mackenzie, born about 1850 at Morefield.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5) Catherine Mackenzie, born about 1854 at Morefield, Lochbroom, died 18 May, 1922 at Dingwall, Scotland. She married 2 October, 1879 to John Mackenzie (born at Dibaig, Shieldaig, Applecross Parish to Duncan Mackenzie and Christina "Chirsty" Campbell, probably a couple who by those names were married 1828 in Gairloch Parish). John is noted in his son Donald's 1914 immigration form as then resident at "Heights of Pitglossie, Dingwall".
                      Their nine children;(288)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-1) Christina Mackenzie, born 21 November, 1880 at Maryburgh, Fodderty.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-2) Margaret Mackenzie, born 16 November, 1884 in the County of Perth, married James Whitton Ferguson.
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-2-1) James Whitton Ferguson.
                          He had at least one child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-2-1-1) James Whitton Ferguson, lives at Alberta, Canada, has a son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-2-1-1-1) James Whitton Ferguson.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-3) Duncan Mackenzie, born 1886 at Dingwall, with his family in the 1901 census at Dingwall as a "Draper's Assistant", he married Jessie (?), and they had four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-3-1) Duncan Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-3-2) Donald John Mackenzie.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-3-3) John Mackenzie.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-3-4) Derwell Mackenzie.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-4) Colin John Mackenzie, born 26 December, 1886 at Ben Wyvis Distillery, Dingwall, with his family in the 1901 census at Dingwall. Noted in his brother Donald's 1914 immigration form to the U.S.A. as then resident at Great Falls, Montana, U.S.A. His wife is not yet identified, but Larry McKenzie has identified two of their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-4-1) Jack Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-4-2) Olive Mackenzie.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-5) Alexander Mackenzie, born 17 October, 1888 at Ben Wyvis Distillery, Dingwall.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-6) Catherine Mackenzie, born 20 October, 1889 at Dingwall, a "scholar" with her family in the 1901 census at Dingwall.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7) Donald Mackenzie, born 26 July, 1893 at Heights of Pitglossie, Dingwall, died 13 August, 1952 at Great Falls, Montana, U.S.A. He was a "scholar" with his family in the 1901 census aged 7, and emigrated from Dingwall, arriving 14 April, 1914 at New York aboard the Cameronia, his birthplace noted as at Dingwall, and age as 20. He married 13 October, 1920 to Almyra Martin (born 29 June, 1900 at Platte County, Missouri, died 29 October, 1952 at Great Falls).

                        They had seven children (Larry's researches provide birth dates for five, the birth order that follows includes my guess of where the other two fit in);

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-1) Donald Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-2) Perry Mackenzie, born 25 May, 1925, died 30 July, 1981 at Lovell, Wyoming, married Dixie (?).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-2-1) Ronald Mackenzie.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-2-2) Donna Mackenzie.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-3) Margaret Mackenzie, died 1928 at Great Falls Montana.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-4) Mildred Mackenzie, born 29 May, 1929, died 25 June, 1977.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-5) Robert Joe Mackenzie, born 1932, died 1978 at Middletown Ohio, and buried there at Woodside Cemetery.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6) Charles Mackenzie, born 8 January, 1934 at Great Falls Montana, died 17 August, 2003 at Great Falls, married Lorretta (?).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6-1) Charles Mackenzie, born 13 May, 1954 at Great Falls Montana.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6-2) Debbie Mackenzie, born 13 May, 1956 at Great Falls Montana, married Danny Haur (born 27 Februaty, 1954).
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6-2-1) Mackenzie Haur.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6-2-2) Jon Haur.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-6-3) Michael Mackenzie, born 21 April, 1959 at Great Falls Montana.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7) William Ronnie Mackenzie, born 30 October, 1940 at Great Falls Montana, died 27 October, 1999 at Choteau, Montana, married 16 July, 1960 to Madonna Miller (born 30 January, 1941 at Lewiston, Montana, died 15 March, 1990 at Salt Lake City, Utah).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7-1) Larry Alan Mackenzie, born 2 June, 1961, lives at Montana, source of most of the data on descent from his gt-grandmother, Catherine. He married Diane Obernolte.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7-1-1) Stephanie Mackenzie, born 6 July, 1988.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7-1-2) Janel Mackenzie, born 26 August, 1990.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7-1-3) Matthew Mackenzie, born 18 July, 1993.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-7-7-2) Shawna Mackenzie, born 21 August, 1964.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-8) Grigor Mackenzie, born 16 July, 1895 at Heights of Pitglossie, Dingwall.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-5-9) Murdo Mackenzie, born 20 May, 1897 at Heights of Pitglossie, Dingwall, married 20 July, 1923 at Inverness to Catherine MacPhail (born 1902 to Donald MacPhail and Catherine MacPherson), Murdo then resident at Heights of Pitglossie, Dingwall, and Catherine at a place in Dingwall the writing is indistinct for.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-6) James Mackenzie, born 21 August, 1855 at Morefield, died 26 January, 1859. His birth registration gives a few details on the family; it has Colin born about 1815 at Kennachrine, Margaret born about 1818 at Achall, their marriage 1840 at Ullapool, with five boys and one girl living, James noted as sixth child, Informants of the birth were Colin the father, and Roderick Campbell.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-7) Margaret McKenzie, born 17 April, 1859 at Lochbroom (likely Morefield), married Henry Smith. The index on suggests the marriage was in 1889.
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-7-1) Donaldina Isabella Smith, born 1892.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-8) James Mackenzie, born 23 August, 1861 at Lochbroom (likely Morefield).
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-9) Donald McLeay Mackenzie, born 1 October, 1863, died 2 April, 1867 at Lochbroom (likely Morefield).
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-2-10) Donald McLeay Mackenzie, born 21 October, 1868 at Lochbroom (likely Morefield).

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3) Isabella Macleay, born 1819, christened 6 September, 1821 at Delceanloch, Lochbroom, died 7 September, 1891 at Ardcharnich, Lochbroom, married Ewen Maclean (born 1811, died 1891, he predeceased her).
                    Their eleven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1) Annabella MacLean, born 7 February, 1841 at Ardindrean, Lochbroom, four months old with her parents there in the 1841 census, died 27 February 1905 at Achgarve, Laide, Gairloch. Details on Annabella, her husband Roderick, and their descendants come from the researches of their gt-grandson, Roddy Mitchell.

                      Annabella married 9 January, 1868 at Ullapool, as second wife to Roderick Mackenzie (born about 1824 at Little Gruinard to Donald Mackenzie and Margaret Mackenzie, died 12 October, 1899 at Achgarve). It is thought that Roderick descended from the Gruinard family through his mother whose ancestors are believed to include Coinneach Og the father of James of Mungasdale and they were evicted from the Glens of Gruinard.

                      Roderick had married firstly to Catherine Morrison (born about 1829 to John Morrison and Ann Mackenzie, the tenants of the sheep farm at Udrigle rented from the Mackenzie’s at Udrigle House, the seat of the Gruinard family). Catherine died during childbirth 10 December, 1860 at Achgarve. Their child, Catherine Mackenzie, born 30 November, 1860 died young aged 3 years 9 October, 1864.
                      Their five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-1) Donald Mackenzie, born 31 October, 1868 at Achgarve. It is believed that Donald emigrated along with his younger brother Donald, known as Daniel, to Canada in the early 1900’s possibly to Alberta where he died. Nothing is known of his descent.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-2) William Mackenzie, born 26 December, 1872 at Achgarve.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3) Johannah "Johan" Mackenzie, born 19 November, 1875 at Achgarve, died 20 February, 1962 at Aultbea, North Gairloch, married, on 5 January, 1905 at Laide, North Gairloch to Kenneth Forbes (born 20 August, 1865 at Second Coast, North Gairloch, died 6 February, 1946 at Aultbea). Kenneth was a meal miller and mason who built and ran the garage at Mill Place, Aultbea.

                        Descendant Roddy Mitchell notes Kenneth's parents were Alexander Forbes born about 1813 at Kilmorack, Strathglass, Inverness-shire, died 25 February 1886 at Second Coast and his wife Flora Mackenzie born 12 January, 1828 at Little Gruinard, died 4 February, 1912 at second Coast. And that Kenneth’s grand-father Robert Forbes, father Alexander Forbes and his uncles George Forbes and James Forbes were the main meal millers in the Wester Ross area at Bad-an-Luig in Second Coast, Boor at Poolewe and at Ullapool.

                        Johan and Kenneth Forbes had four children

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1) Alexander Forbes, born 28 May, 1906 at Aultbea, died 5 July, 1999 at Charleston, North Kessock, Ross-shire, married 1940 in the Parish of South Gairloch to Alexanderina "Alice" MacCulloch (born 8 October, 1910 at Portmahomack, Easter Ross, died 25 January, 1989 at Laide). Alexander and his family ran the garage at Aultbea after the death of his father.
                          Alexander and Alice had six children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-1) Annabella "Anna" MacLean Forbes, born 1940 at Aultbea, married, 1977 to Kerr William Bell (born 1939). They reside at Larkhall in central Scotland and have no children.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-2) Davina Mary "Di" MacInnes Forbes, born 1943 at Aultbea, married 1969 at Dingwall to Donald Walter Gillies (born 1925). They reside at Charleston, North Kessock, Ross and Cromarty.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-2-1) Roderick MacInnes Gillies, born 1972 at Inverness. Married 2006 at Inverness to Lynda Margaret Ross.
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-3-2-1-1) Calum David Gillies, born 2010 at Inverness.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-3) Williamina "Amy" Mackenzie Forbes, born 1944 at Aultbea. Unmarried.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4) Colin Alexander Forbes, born 1947, died 2008, married 1069 to Margaret MacLean (born 1949), ran the garage at Aultbea with his wife and brother Danny.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-1) Alexander MacLean Forbes, born 1969, married Maureen MacGregor. He is a serving Police Sergeant with Northern Constabulary and is stationed at Wick, Caithness, where he lives with his family.
                              Their three children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-1-1) Calum Alasdair Forbes, born 2004 on the Isle of Skye.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-1-2) Eilidh Mairead Forbes, born 2006 on the Isle of Skye.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-1-3) Colina Alice Forbes, born 2008 at Wick.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-2) William Forbes, born 1970, married Maria MacRae and they have two children.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-3) Connor Forbes.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-4-4) Liam Forbes.

                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-5) Kenneth Daniel "Danny" Forbes, born 1949, married Ann Sandra Buchan (born 1952, died 2006).
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-5-1) Gary David Forbes, born 1977.

                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-6) Peter MacInnes Forbes, born 1952, married Isabella Martin (born 1951).
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-1-6-1) Margaret MacInnes Forbes, born 1978.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2) Gregor Forbes, born 24 December, 1911 at Aultbea, died 13 January, 1998 at Aultbea, married 28 November, 1940 at Fort William to Johan MacKinnon Matheson, (born 1915 at Inverewe, Poolewe). Gregor had a motor hirer business with Johan and drove a bus and a taxi from their home and a garage at Aultbea.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-1) Kenneth Raker Forbes, born 1941 at Inverewe, North Gairloch, married 1969 at Fort William to Jessie Paterson. He served as a Police Officer with Inverness-shire Constabulary before graduating with a law degree and becoming a Solicitor and then a temporary Sherriff. He is currently a judge in the Immigration Department at Glasgow.
                            Ken and Jessie have two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-1-1) Martin Gregory Forbes.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-1-2) Valda Forbes.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-2) Donald John Forbes, born 1943 at Aultbea, married firstly to Mary Mavor but they divorced after the birth of their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-2-1) Christopher Jonathan Forbes, born 1971, married Wendy Craigs.
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-2-1-1) Samuel Gregory Forbes, born 1996.

                              Don married secondly in 1977 at Portobello, Edinburgh, to Johanne Anne Dhaeze (born 1953 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia). They reside in Australia.
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-2-1-2) Malcolm John Forbes, born at Falkirk.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-2-1-3) Penelope Rosemary Forbes, born 1983 at Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-2-3) Elizabeth Johanna Ruth Forbes, born 1947 at Dingwall. Ruth is unmarried and lives with her mother at Aultbea.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-3) Roderick Forbes, born 1912 at Aultbea and died 8 May, 1979 at Laide House, Laide, North Gairloch. Roddy was unmarried and lived with his mother until her death and then his brother Alexander at Laide.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4) Flora Forbes, born 31 August 1917 at Aultbea and died 25 December, 1994 at Inverness. On 27 January, 1944, married Archibald John "Archie" Mitchell, born 31 October, 1932 at Elgin, Moray and died 23 January, 1975 at Inverness. Archie was a motor mechanic and worked for Highland Omnibuses and SMT in Inverness.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-1) Alexander Kenneth Mitchell, born 1946 at Inverness and is employed as a welder throughout the UK and abroad. In 1973 he married Ann Macdonald, born 1949 at Lochmaddy, North Uist. They live in Smithton, Inverness.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-1-1) Norma Jane Mitchell, born 1973 at Inverness. Unmarried.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-1-2) John Alexander Mitchell, born 1976 at Inverness, married first in 2001 at Alness to Jamie Karin Stewart (born 1980), but later divorced.
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-1-2-1) George Alexander Mitchell, born 2001 at Inverness.

                              John married secondly in 2006 at Inverness to Carole Plimer (born 1983 at Edinburgh). They live at Culloden by Inverness and have a daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-2-2) Eve Mitchell, born 2007 at Inverness.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2) Roderick John "Roddy" Mitchell, born 1948 at Inverness, married 25 March, 1976 at Inverness Free North Church to Marion Ann "Morag" Macaulay (born 1956 at Glasgow, a native of Sollas in North Uist). Roddy is a retired Police Inspector with Northern Constabulary and a former Detective Inspector in charge of the CID in the Inverness and Nairn Command area, his shared researches have provided all the data in this chart on the descent from his great-grandparents Annabella MacLean and Roderick Mackenzie.

                            Roddy and Morag live at Inverness.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-1) Tena Forbes Mitchell, born 1977 at Stornoway, a B.A. graduate of Child & Youth Studies in 2008. Uunmarried. lives at Inverness.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-2) Diana Flora Mitchell, born 1981 at Inverness. She has two children with a former partner but they are now separated and she lives with her children in Inverness.

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-2-1) Ella Mya MacDonald, born 2002 at Inverness.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-2-2) Alfie Dan Macaulay MacDonald, born 2005 at Inverness.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-3-4-2-3) Kenneth John Archibald Mitchell, born 1984 at Inverness. A time served motor mechanic he married in 2004 at Invergordon to Tracy Medina Velasco (born 1983 at the Philippines), but they have since separated and have no children. Kenneth resides at home with his parents.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-4) Donald "Daniel" Mackenzie, born 17 February, 1878 at Achgarve, Laide. Daniel emigrated to Canada possibly with his older brother Donald. Nothing more is known of him or any descendants.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-1-5) Ann Mackenzie, born about 1881 at Achgarve. Nothing more is known of Ann.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2) Gregor McLean, born 1844, died 1905, married Elizabeth "Betsy" Ross (born 1845, died 1925). He was informant in the registration of his mother's death in 1891.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-1) Janet "Jessie" McLean, born 1882, died 1973.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2) Isabella McLean, born 1886, died 1974, married Alexander McLennan. The 1943 death registration of their 19 year old son Gregor in WW2 notes them resident at Lechmelm.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2-1) Duncan McLennan, died 1961, married Grace MacLennan.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2-1-1) Christine McLennan, born 1953.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2-1-2) Elizabeth McLennan, born 1957.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2-2) Gregor Ewan McLennan, born about 1924, died 18 October, 1943 and buried at the Fort Massey Cemetery at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He died as a Stoker, first class, in the Royal Naval Patrol Service, aboard H.M.B.Y. Minesweeper 69.(274)
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-2-3) Roderick McLennan, born 1925.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-2-3) Donald McLean, married Nettie Emery.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-3) Margaret "Peggy" McLean, born 1848, married Donald Hugh Ross.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-3-1) Donald William Ross.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-4) Roderick "Rory" McLean, born 1851.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5) Catherine McLean, born 1851, died 1926, married 15 February, 1872 at Ullapool to Kenneth Macrae (born 1846 to Kenneth Macrae and Margaret Mackenzie, died 1918). They are noted in the 1917 death registration of their son Ewan in WW1 as resident at Loggie, Lochbroom.
                      Their nine children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1) Kenneth Macrae, born 2 January, 1873 at Lochbroom, married Morag (?).
                        Their six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-1) Kenneth Macrae.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-2) Archie Macrae.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-3) Hughie Macrae.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-4) Morag Macrae.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-5) (?) Macrae.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-1-6) (?) Macrae.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-2) Johanna Macrae, born 19 November, 1874 at Lochbroom, married Alfred Robert Catton.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-2-1) Norman Catton.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-2-2) Johan Catton.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-3) William Macrae, born 1877, married Mary McLennon.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-3-1) Kenneth Macrae.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-3-2) Catherine "Katie" Macrae.
                          Her daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-3-2-1) Mary Macrae.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-3-3) William Macrae.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4) Dolina Macrae, born 1880, died 1924, married Donald MacKinnon.
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-1) Annabel Macrae, born 1908, died 1984, married James Angus McKenzie (born 1905, died 1968).
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-1-1) Catherine MacRae McKenzie, born 1937, married Niel Francis Hewitt (born 1933, died 1976).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-1-1-1) Nial Hewitt.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-1-1-2) Ann Frances Hewitt.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-1-1-3) Philip Hewitt.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2) Johana Macrae, born 1912, married Robert Paterson Fisher (born 1896, died 1967).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-1) Evan Macrae Fisher, born 1940, died 1997, married Mary Hendry.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-1-1) Hazel Fisher, born 1967.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-1-2) Claire Fisher, born 1968.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-1-3) Simon Fisher, born 1970.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-1-4) Campbell Fisher, born 1972.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-2) Margaret Joan Fisher, born 1949, married John Campbell (born 1949).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-2-1) Fiona Campbell, born 1976, married Thomas Clark.
                              Their daughter;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-2-1-1) Rebecca Clark, born 1997.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-2-2) Sarah Louise Campbell, born 1977.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-2-3) David Campbell, born 1987.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-3) Kenneth Ewan MacKinnon Fisher, born 1954, married Linda Jones.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-3-1) Bobby Fisher, born 1983.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-3-2) Linzi Fisher, born 1986.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-2-3-3) Karen Fisher, born 1988.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-3) Alexander MacLeod Macrae McKinnon, born 1918.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4) Murdoch Malcolm MacKinnon, born 1920, married Mary (?).
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4-1) Kenneth MacKinnon, born 1964.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4-2) Dolina MacKinnon, born 1965.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4-3) Donald MacKinnon, born 1966.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4-4) Irene MacKinnon, born 1968.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-4-5) Sonia MacKinnon, born 1970

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-4-5) Kenneth Ewan Macrae MacKinnon, born 1921, died 6 November, 1944 as Sergeant (Flight Engineer) in the 207 Squadron of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, buried at the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery.(274)

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-5) Donald Macrae, born 1882, married Catherine MacLennan.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-5-1) Catherine Macrae.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-6) Ewan Macrae, born 1885. Presumably not married, as his death registration lists his parents as next of kin. He died 20 September, 1917 in WW1 as a Gunner in the Fourth Heavy Mortar Brigade of the Royal Garrison Artillery (age noted as 35). He is buried at Mikra British Cemetery, approximately 8 kilometres south of Thessaloniki, in the municipality of Kalamaria, Greece.(274)
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-7) Simon Macrae, born 1888, died 1976, married Isabella McKenzie (born 1890).
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-8) Margaret Macrae, born 1890.

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-8-1) Isobel Macrae.

                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9) Isabella Macrae, born 1895, died 1946, married Roderick McKenzie.
                        Their nine children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-1) Alister McKenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-2) Catherine (Katie) McKenzie.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-3) Elizabeth (Betty) McKenzie.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-4) Kenny McKenzie.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-5) Margaret "Peggy" McKenzie.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-6) Mary McKenzie.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-7) Simon McKenzie.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-8) Ewan McKenzie, born 1917. Likely his name was to honour his uncle Ewan Macrae, who died in 1917 in WW1.
                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-5-9-9) Donald McKenzie, born 1922.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-6) Donald McLean, born 1854, died 1877.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-7) Simon McLean, born 6 March, 1855 at "Ardendraen", Lochbroom.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-8) Mary McLean.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-9) Roderick Maclean, born 30 September, 1857 in Lochbroom Parish, married 1887 there to Euphemia "Effie" Campbell.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-9-1) Evan McLean, born 1890.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-9-2) Catherine McLean, born 1892.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-9-3) Isabella McLean, born 1894.

                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10) Isabella Maclean, born 18 May, 1860 at Rhiddorach, Lochbroom Parish (probably in the home of her Macleay grandparents), died 10 November, 1930 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, England. She married 19 October, 1885 at the Parish Church of Northwood, on the Isle of Wight, to Charles William Cole (born 3 May, 1850 at Cowes to Charles Burridge and Frances Cole, died there 11 December, 1928). Charles was a Mariner, and the first of their nine children was born the year before their marriage. Most of the information on Isabella, Charles, and their descendants, comes from the researches of their descendant, Sandra Elizabeth Cole.(289)

                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-1) Isabella Maclean, born 29 January, 1884 at Ardcharnich, Lochbroom.

                      Isabella and Charles as noted above married 19 October, 1885 on the Isle of Wight, and had eight more children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-2) Catherine Alice Cole, born 1886 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 5 February, 1909 at Cowes.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-3) Charles Even Cole, born 1889 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, married 21 April, 1919 at Newport, Isle of Wight, to Ethel Maud Appell (born about 1886 at Newport to John William Appell, a Brewer), Charles noted in the marriage registration as a "fishmonger".
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-3-1) Ronald Evan Cole, born 1922 at Newport, Isle of Wight, and died there three days later.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-4) Frederick William Cole, born 1891 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 17 August, 1915 at Cowes, married Elsie Chererton.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-5) John Wilfred Cole, born 1894 at Cowes, Isle of Wight.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-6) Henry James Cole, born 1896 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 12 August, 1915 in WW1 at the Battle of Gallipoli as a Rifleman in the Hampshire Regiment. He is one of 21,000 dead noted on the memorial at Helles in Turkey to what was one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.(274) He is also noted on the memorial in the Newport Drill Hall of the Isle of Wight Rifles, and on the War Memorial in Northwood Park at Cowes.

                        It is notable that he was one of at least eight descendants in this chart who were soldiers in the Battle of Gallipoli;(96)

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7) Maggie Dolina "Dolly" Cole, born 1899 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, married Herbert E. Rackett (born 1898). Dolly ran a Bed and Breakfast for many years at Cowes, and Herbert was a Painter and Decorator.
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-1) Kathleen Isabella Rackett, born 12 July, 1921 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died December 1988 at Cowes. She married William Budden (born 1942 at Cowes, died 1999).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-1-1) Pamela M. Budden, born 1942 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, married 1963 to Terry R.C. Isham.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-1-2) Brian Budden, born 1945.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-1-3) Malcolm Budden.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-2) Frederick Hubert Rackett, born 8 December, 1928 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 1996, he married in 1955 to Shirley Bull.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-2-1) Christopher Rackett.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-2-2) Martin Rackett.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-2-3) Heather Rackett.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-2-4) Kenneth Rackett.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-3) Kenneth Charles Rackett, born 1930 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died thirteen months later in 1931 at Cowes.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-4) Ronald Eric Rackett, born 1935 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, married 1956 at West Cowes to Jean M. Harris.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-4-1) Leslie Rackett.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-4-2) Shaun Rackett.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5) Clare Sidney Rackett, born 1937 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, he married 1956 to Janice I. Barrett.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-1) Terence Rackett, married 1978 to Janet M. Smith.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-1-1) Matthew Rackett, born at Cowes, Isle of Wight.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-1-2) Shelley Rackett.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-2) Susan Rackett, married in 1977 to Paul Dix.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-2-1) Justin Dix.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-2-2) Emma Dix.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-3) Gavin Rackett, married in 1985 at West Cowes, Isle of Wight, to Carol M. Flux.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-3-1) Lee Rackett.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-3-2) Sarah Rackett.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-4) Andrew Rackett, married 1996 at East Cowes, Isle of Wight, to Rebecca L. Ward.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-4-1) Aaron Rackett, born at Cowes, Isle of Wight.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-7-5-4-2) Oliver Rackett.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8) Albert Edward Cole, born 24 March, 1902 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 9 September, 1969 at Cowes, married 3 June, 1943 at Ffynnogroew, FlintShire to Marjorie Elizabeth Middleton (born 1915 to William Middleton and Mary Roden, died 4 April, 2002 at Pentre Halkyn, Holywell, FlintShire, raised by her grandparents, as both her parents died before she was 3). Albert after service in the army was a machinist at a synthetic yarn manufaturer. Though living at "Maes Lygan, Pentre Halkyn, Nr Holywell, FlintShire, Wales" he died at Cowes while visiting his sister Dolina. Marjorie served as an A.T.S. Sergeant, then for many years as cook and housekeeper to Hardwicke family at Halkyn, FlintShire.
                        Their three daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-1) Sandra Elizabeth Cole, born 22 May, 1945 at Prestatyn, FlintShire, Wales, she was a Primary School Teacher at St. Matthew's Junior School at Walton, now retired, she has researched the descent of the Cole family shown in this chart.(289)
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-2) Norma Mary Cole, born 22 November, 1946 at Prestatyn, FlintShire, Wales, she married 27 September, 1969 at Halkyn, Flintshire to Richard Kevin Jones. Richard was a gas fitter for many years, and now is a County Councillor.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-2-1) Richard Lee Jones, born 13 March, 1973.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-2-2) Adele Leigh Jones, born 1 January, 1977.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-3) Sonia Isobel Cole, born 28 March, 1951 at Prestatyn, FlintShire, Wales, married 23 September, 1978 at Halkyn, FlintShire to Nigel Morris (born 16 February, 1956).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-3-1) Christian James Morris, born 14 May, 1980.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-3-2) Nicholas Adam Morris, born 19 November, 1982.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-8-3-3) Faye Elizabeth Morris, born 22 March, 1985.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-9) George Gales Cole, born 1906 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, died August, 1987 at Cowes, married Mabel F. Moore.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-9-1) Brian David Cole, born 1940.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-10-9-2) Wendy Cole, born 1943 at Cowes, Isle of Wight, she married (?) Peters.

                    11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-3-11) Johanna McLean, born 1863, died 1865.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4) John Macleay, christened 22 August, 1823 at Achall, Lochbroom, census data says born about 1823 at Dalvraid (a farm in the south-east of Coigach, between Dalcanloch and the Forest of Achall). Like his father he was also a Gamekeeper. He married 3 June, 1852 at Lochbroom to Margaret Davidson.
                    Their six children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1) Margaret McLeay, married 5 June, 1872 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire to Robert Grant.
                      Their eleven children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-1) Eva McLeay Grant, born 7 November, 1870 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-2) Walter Grant, born 3 March, 1873 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-3) Grace Grant, born 1875 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-4) Christina Grant, married 1921 to Kenneth MacLennan.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-4-1) Kenneth MacLennan, born 1923, died 1996.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-4-2) Grace MacLennan, married Duncan MacLennan.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-4-2-1) Christine MacLennan, born 1953.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-4-2-2) Elizabeth MacLennan, born 1957.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-5) Bessie Grant.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-5) Margaret Grant.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-7) Tom Grant.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-8) John Grant.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-9) William Grant.
                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-10) Robert Grant.
                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-1-11) Peter Grant.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-2) Jeannie McLeay.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-3) Walter McLeay, born 12 June, 1857 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire, died there 1868.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-4) Mary Jane McLeay, born 4 March, 1859 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire, married in 1882 to Alexander Shanks.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-5) John McLeay, born 6 March, 1861 at Kilmorack, InvernessShire, married 1885 to Jeannie Wallace. ("Jane" in her marriage reg)
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-6) Christina "Chirsty" McLeay, born 14 March, 1863, at Kilmorack, InvernessShire, married William Wallace.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-6-1) Marion Wallace.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-6-2) Violet Wallace.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-6-3) Daisy Wallace.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-4-6-4) William Wallace.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5) Alexander Hay Macleay, born 13 July, 1828 at Leckmelm, died 27 June, 1913 at Inverell, New South Wales, Australia, married 23 January, 1854 at Lochbroom to Ann MacIntyre (born 28 October, 1831 at Fortingall, PerthShire, Scotland, died 16 September, 1877 in Nattai, New South Wales), they emigrated in 1856 to Australia, details on their children and descendancy through their daughter Margaret come from their descendant there, Victor Underwood.(284)
                    Their eight children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1) Dugald Macleay, born 23 January, 1855 at Lochbroom, married Sarah Ann Delamont.
                      Their six children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-1) Edward Dougald McLeay, born 1876, married Alice M. Carney.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-1-1) Eileen G. McLeay, born 1897, married William J. Clampett.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-1-2) Harold E. McLeay, born 1900.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-1-3) Esther R. McLeay, born 1903, married Colin J. Bower.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2) Donald Henry McLeay, born 1880, married firstly to Annie Artery (she died 1902)
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2-1) Gordon Alfred McLeay, born 1907, married Muriel Lillian Rigelsford.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2-1-1) John Warren McLeay, born 1930, married Leone Verna Lamb.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2-1-1-1) Stephen John McLeay, born 1956, married Debbie (?).

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2-2) Douglas D. McLeay, born 1912, married Lorna O'Connor.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-2-3) Joy McLeay, died 1935.

                        Donald Henry McLeay married secondly in 1909 at Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, to Ruby V. Line (born 1883 at Goulburn to Alfred Henry Line and Clara J. Wheatley). They had no children.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-3) Arthur H. McLeay, born 1883, married Ida Hill.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-3-1) Phyllis G. McLeay, born 1907, married Arthur M. Moor.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-3-2) Ida Florence McLeay, married William Patrick Duffy.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-3-3) Arthur W. McLeay, born 1912, married Florence M. Priestly.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-3-4) Jean Alma McLeay, born 1914, married Frank Wilfred White.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-4) Grace McLeay, born 1888, died 1894.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-5) Rose M. McLeay, born 1891, married Jack R. Hallihan (he died 1928).
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-5-1) Reginald Norman Hallihan, born 1911, married Mary Travis Hague.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-5-2) Hazel Winifred Hallihan, married Harry Scarce.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-5-3) Gladys O. Hallihan, born 1917, married Ronald Hamilton Thorburn.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-5-4) Thomas Leslie Hallihan, married Alice Mary Gigg.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-1-6) Walter G. McLeay, born 1893, died 1908.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-2) Justina Mary Macleay, born 1856, died 1858.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3) Margaret Macleay, born 14 September, 1858 at Lower Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia, died 24 July, 1927 at Inverell, New South Wales. She married 24 July, 1881 at Bowral, New South Wales to William James Underwood (born 22 September, 1858 at Berrima New South Wales to John Underwood and Martha Castell, died 23 June, 1926 at Inverell). The 1917 death registration of their son John Thomas lists their address then as "Hawthorn", McIntyre St., Inverell, New South Wales.
                      Their thirteen children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-1) Martha Underwood, born 19 February, 1882, married Edwin Heath.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-2) Ann Underwood, born 10 October, 1883 at Inverell, died 30 September, 1903 at Inverell and buried there.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3) Charles J. Underwood, born 2 February, 1886 at Inverell, died 27 July, 1968 there, married in 1909 at Inverell to Norah Baker (she died 14 January, 1941 at Inverell)
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1) William C. Underwood, born 1910 at Inverell, died 1961 at Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, married 1938 at Inverell to Olive Luxford (born at Tingha, died at Newcastle).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-1) Leslie Underwood, born 10 June, 1942 at Inverell, married 30 December, 1967 to Dawn Taylor-Fox (born 21 December, 1938).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-1-1) Leisel Underwood, born 9 December, 1969.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-1-2) Duncan Underwood, born 17 April, 1971.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-2) Joy Underwood, born 29 March, 1944, married 6 April, 1966 at Unanderra, New South Wales to Peter Gale.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-2-1) Shane Gale, born 3 January, 1970.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-2-2) Jason Gale, born 20 November, 1971.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-2-3) Natasha Gale, born 31 March, 1974.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-1-2-4) Nathan Gale, born 6 April 1976.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-2) Leslie John Thomas Underwood, born 1911 at Inverell, died 7 December, 1924 there.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3) Albert F. Underwood, born 1913, died 26 March, 1958 there, married Angeline Pearl (surname?).
                          Their eight children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-1) Albert Underwood.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-2) Victor Underwood.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-3) William Underwood.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-4) Geoffrey Underwood.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-5) Donald Underwood.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-6) Rosie Underwood.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-7) Shirley Underwood.
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-3-8) Heather Gwendoline Underwood, born and died in 1945.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4) Walter Donald Underwood, born 1917 at Inverell, died 28 August, 1961 there, married 1942 at Inverell to Lillian "Lily May" Luxford (born at Tingha, died 15 August, 1967 at Inverell).
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4-1) Margaret Underwood, born 17 July, 1946.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4-2) Judith "Judy" Underwood, born 2 May, 1948.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4-3) Anne Underwood, born 3 March, 1955.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4-4) David Underwood, born 13 February, 1959.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-4-5) Peter Underwood, born 14 July, 1949.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-5) Nora Lillian Underwood, married C. Hodges.
                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-6) Florence Underwood, married (?) Edwards (he died 1943).
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-7) Nora Underwood, married George Malaquin.
                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-8) Arthur Underwood.
                        9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-3-9) Madge Underwood, born 29 November, 1929 at Inverell, died 3 June, 2001 at Sydney, New South Wales.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-4) Margaret Underwood, born 13 September, 1887 at Inverell. died 25 January, 1893 there.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-5) Clara Underwood, born 25 February, 1890 at Inverell, married 1914 at Randwick, New South Wales to Ernest O. Moore (born 1875 at Yass, New South Wales, died 20 September, 1952 at Sydney)
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-5-1) Clara Moore.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-5-2) Richard Moore, born 1915.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-5-3) Rotha Moore, born 1916.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-5-4) Allan Moore.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6) William Alexander Underwood, born 31 May, 1892 at Inverell, died 9 May, 1980 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, married 19 July, 1913 at Inverell, New South Wales, Australia to Ellen Elizabeth Towers (born 2 November, 1893 at Tereca Queensland to James Towers and Mary Dawson, died 30 January, 1973 in Kogarah Hospital, New South Wales).
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1) Eunice Irene Underwood, born 1 June, 1914, married at Thirroul, New South Wales to John Morrow Black (born 1912 in Ireland, died at Port McQuarie, New South Wales).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-1) Ronald Dallan Black, born 6 April, 1933.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-2) Eunice Eileen Black, born 3 September, 1935.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-3) Elizabeth Gertrude Black, born 8 February, 1937.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-4) Patricia Helen Black, born 28 September, 1938.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-5) Margaret Anne Black, born 16 October, 1941.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-1-6) William Black, born 18 July, 1948.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-2) Gladys Underwood, born 20 August, 1916, at Inverell, died 1962 at Wollongong, New South Wales, married 21 August, 1937 at Thirroul, New South Wales to Ralph Crozier Coates (born 1914 at Wollongong).
                          Their four daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-2-1) Daphne Coates, born 30 April, 1941.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-2-2) Helen Coates, born 14 February, 1944.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-2-3) Doreen Coates, born 18 August, 1945.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-2-4) Shirley Coates, born 13 May, 1947.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-3) Keith Douglass Underwood, born 27 February, 1919 at Inverell, married 30 March, 1950 at Wollongong, New South Wales to Annie Mabel Roebuck (born at Wollongong to George Roebuck and Hannah).
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-3-1) Cheryl Ann Underwood, born 3 February, 1950.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-4) Gordon Wesley Underwood, born 3 October, 1921 at Inverell.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5) Victor John Underwood, born 20 April, 1929 at Thirroul, New South Wales, Vic is the researcher who has provided the details in this chart on descent of his branch of the MacLeays who went to Australia.

                          He married 4 September, 1954 at Tenterfield, New South Wales to Jill Caroline Shaw (born 16 December, 1935 at Tenterfield to Thomas Shaw and Hilda Weir).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-1) Graeme John Underwood, born 21 May 1955 at Narrabi, New South Wales, married 17 March 1995 at Parramatta, New South Wales to Karen Waters.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-2) Narelle Muriel Underwood, born 18 April, 1957 at Tenterfield, New South Wales, married 9 January, 1982 at Moree, New South Wales to James Groat (born 20 July, 1954 at Moree to Maxwell Groat and Joy Hunt).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-2-1) Christopher Groat, born 26 July, 1984 at Moree.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-2-2) Cassie Groat, born 8 November, 1985 at Moree.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-2-3) Bonnie Groat, born 8 February, 1989 at Moree.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-3) Ian David Underwood, born 6 October, 1958 at Griffith, New South Wales, married 18 February, 1984 at Inverell, New South Wales to Gail Coyle (born 6 March, 1960 at Inverell to Patrick Coyle and June Bell)
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-3-1) Mathew Paul Underwood, born 20 November, 1986 at Inverell.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-3-2) Hayley Elizabeth Underwood, born 13 January, 1990 at Inverell.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-4) Nerida Leanne Underwood, born 23 January, 1960 at Griffith, New South Wales, married 1 June, 1984 in All Saints at Parramatta, New South Wales to Kenneth Leslie Bakon (born 30 November, 1954 at Sydney, Australia to Leslie Bakon and Daphne Briscoe-Hough).
                            Their children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-4-1) Benjamin Thomas Bakon, born 1 June, 1985 at Westmead, New South Wales.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-4-2) Abby Bakon, born 29 November, 1988 at Westmead, New South Wales.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-4-3) Sophie Elise Bakon, born 9 December, 1991 at Westmead, New South Wales.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-5-4-4) Rosie Kate Bakon, born 12 August, 1993 at Westmead, New South Wales.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-6) Robert Lester Underwood, born 21 April, 1929 at Thirroul, New South Wales.
                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-7) Alan Beverley Underwood, born 13 August, 1931 at Thirroul, New South Wales, married 18 December, 1954 at Canley Vale (near Sydney) to June Stanbrook.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-7-1) Dianne Beverly Underwood, born 3 January, 1956.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-7-2) Sharon Elizabeth Underwood, born 6 October, 1957.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-7-3) Shirley Underwood, born 6 October, 1957 (twin of Sharon).
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-6-7-4) David Alan Underwood, born 4 April, 1961.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-7) John Thomas Underwood, born 1894 at Inverell, died unmarried 3 May, 1917 in France during WW1 as a Private in the 22nd Battalion of the Australian Infantry Regiment.(274)
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-8) Florrie Underwood, born 7 March, 1894, died the same year.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-9) Isabella "Bella" Underwood, born 1896 at Inverell, married in 1918 at Newtown to James Baxter.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-9-1) Trevor Baxter.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-9-2) John Baxter.

                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-10) Walter Donald Underwood, born 1898 at Inverell, died 14 May, 1974 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, married 1921 at Inverell to Annie Orchard (born 1896 at Inverell).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-10-1) Caroline Margaret Underwood, married 1944 at Marrickville to Lester Herbert Watts (born in America).
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-10-2) Irene Underwood.

                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-11) Holly Underwood, born 1901.
                      12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-12) Ivy Underwood, born and died 1901 (twin of Holly?)
                      13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-3-13) Ann Underwood, born 1903.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4) Elizabeth Macleay, born 1860, died 1941, married firstly to Henry Ernest Cundliffe (born 1859).
                      Their three daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1) Edith Florence May Cundliffe, born 1883, married Fred Mashman.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1) Florence Winifred Mashman, born 1912, married Arthur Norman Moore (born 1910).
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-1) June Moore, born 1939, married Raymond Victor Pratt (born 1934).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-1-1) Ronald Pratt, born 1961, married Jennifer Stefan (born 1966).
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-1-2) Cheryl Ann Pratt, born 1963, married Paul Thomas Evans (born 1961).

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-1-2-1) Krystal Evans, born 1994.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2) Beverley Moore, born 1943, married Graeme Thomas Wilkins (born 1940).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2-1) Darren Craig Wilkins, born 1965.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2-2) Julie Ann Wilkins, born 1976, married Kenneth James Casey (born 1961).
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2-2-1) Joshua James Casey, born 1990.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2-2-2) Coutney Lee Casey, born 1995. (should that read as "Courtney"?)

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-1-2-3) Kerri Lee Wilkins, born 1971.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2) Evelyn Mashman, born 1914, married Athol Sercombe (born 1910).

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-1) John William Sercombe, born 1944, married Annette Hamilton McCurdy (born 1946).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-1-1) Anne Maree Sercombe, born 1970.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-1-2) Anthony Jon Sercombe, born 1971, married Annette Margaret Whiston (born 1974).
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-1-2-1) Melinda Sercombe, born 1991.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-1-2-2) Jon Hamilton Sercombe, born 1993.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-2) Joy Sercombe, born 1948, married Roderick Duncan McInnes (born 1946).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-2-1) Kerriann McInnes, born 1970.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-2-2-2) David Robert McInnes, born 1973.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3) Cecil Jean Mashman, born 1918, married Rowland West (born 1918).
                          Their three daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-1) Robyn Barbara West, born 1943, married Ian Harold Loste-Brown.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-1-1) Jennifer Robyn Loste-Brown, born 1965.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-1-2) Jamie Harold Loste-Brown, born 1970.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-1-3) Naomi Susan Loste-Brown, born 1973.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-2) Rhonda Ann West, born 1946, married David Cowan.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-2-1) Andrew Cowan, born 1972, married Michelle Chatfield.
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-2-1-1) Craig Andrew Cowan, born 1990.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-2-2) Ashley Cowan, born 1976.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-1-3-3) Kim Rowland West, born 1956.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2) Ethel Ann Cundliffe, born 1885, died 1973, married John Hewson (born 1881, died 1973).
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1) Herbert John Hewson, born 1915, died 1938, married Evelyn Trudgen (born 1916). Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1) Patricia Evelyn Hewson, born 1934, married Arthur Moxom (born 1929).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-1) Raymond Moxon, born 1953, married Jane Atkinson (born 1957).
                              Their two daughters;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-1-1) Rebeca Elise Moxon, born 1983.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-1-2) Sarah Kate Moxon, born 1986.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-2) Roslyn Moxon, born 1962, married Gary Hanney (born 1960).
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-2-1) Melissa Kate Hanney, born 1988.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-2-2) Brendan Thomas Hanney, born 1993.

                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-3) Colin Moxon, born 1964, married Michelle Lynette Silva (born 1963).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-3-1) Daniel Moxon, born 1985.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-3-2) Chloe Brooke Moxon, born 12 October, 1998 at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-1-3-3) Ryan Jay Moxon, born 12 October, 1998 at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales (twin of Chloe).

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-1-2) (son) Hewson, at request of wife of this person no details of him or his descendants are to be shared.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2) Kenneth Learoyd Hewson, born 1920, died 2003, married Margaret "Peg" Messer (born 1926, died 2002).
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-1) Daphne Hewson, born 1947, married Kevin Bird (born 1947).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-1-1) Andrew Bird, born 1979.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-1-2) Emily Bird, born 1982.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-2) Robert Hewson, born 1948, married Iris Mitchell (born 1939).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3) Joyce Hewson, born 1950, married Laurie Fisher (born 1950).
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-1) John Fisher, born 1968, married Rosemary Richards (born 1969).
                              Their two sons;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-1-1) Michael Fisher, born 1991.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-1-2) Luke Fisher, born 1993.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-2) Jamie Fisher, born 1971, married Karen Bradley.
                              Their three children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-2-1) Cassandra Fisher, born 1990.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-2-2) Matthew Fisher, born 1993.
                              3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-3-2-3) Jordan Fisher, born 1996.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-4) Peter Hewson, born 1954, married Sue Mein (born 1955).
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-4-1) Kathryn Alice Hewson, born 1986.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-2-2-4-2) Vicki Hewson, born 1990.

                      Elizabeth McLeay married secondly to John Garlick Bull.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3) Hector Alexander Bull, born 1903, died 1978, married Frances Leigh Oakes (born 1906).
                        Their three daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1) Jean Elizabeth Bull, born 1936, married Bruce Arthur Mitchell (born 1935).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-1) Peter Gordon Mitchell, born 1959, married Penelope Jane Webster (born 1959).
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-2) Judith Karen Mitchell, born 1963, married Robert David Thompson (born 1962).
                            Their two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-2-1) Katherine Elizabeth Thompson, born 1996.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-2-2) Rebecca Jane Thompson, born 1999.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-3) Ian David Mitchell, born 1965, married Lisa Harrison (born 1965).
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-1-3-1) Chloe Ann Harrison, born 1993.

                          Jean is now "Jean Stewart", researcher of most of the data in this chart on the massive MacLeay descent in Australia.(284)

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-2) Nancy Margaret Bull, born 1938.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-4-3-3) Mary Christina Bull, born 1948, married Henk Luf (born 1947).

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5) John Macleay, born 1862, married Annie Rebecca Taylor.
                      Their thirteen children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-1) Leslie R. McLeay, born 1888, married Ellen A. Austen (she died 1932).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-1-1) Irma V. McLeay, born 1913, married Alexander N. H. Pringle.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-1-2) John McLeay, born and died 1914.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-1-3) Clive Arthur McLeay, born 1916, married Marjorie Jane Davies.

                        Leslie R. McLeay married secondly to Violet Freeman.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-2) Violet McLeay, born 1889, married Robert Lindsay.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-2-1) Stanley A. Lindsay, born 1918, married Patricia Dorothy Townend.

                        Violet McLeay married secondly to Arthur B. "Robbie" Robertson.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-3) Joseph A. McLeay, born 1891, died 1894.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-4) Archie H. McLeay, died 1894.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-5) Ivy McLeay, born 1894, married Charles J. Lang.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-5-1) Lloyd Lang, born 1917.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-5-2) Stanley R. Lang, born 1917.

                        Ivy McLeay married secondly to George Robin Gardner.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-6) Arthur Roy McLeay, born 1896, married Ella E. A. Powrie (she died 1935).
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-7) Reginald Stanley McLeay, born 1898, married Doris Wilder.
                        Their child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-7-1) J. M. McLeay.

                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-8) Olive E. Macleay, born 1899, married Hamilton J. M. Morrison.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-9) Dorothy Macleay, born 1902.
                      10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-10) Elsie Macleay, born 1904, married William "Bill" Bailey.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-10-1) Ruby M. Bailey, died 1913.

                      11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-11) Mabel "Maynie" Macleay, born 1907, married William "Bill" H. Dickson.
                      12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-12) Allan McLeay, born 1909 - 1943, married Ailsa Craig. (a lovely name, a volcanic spike of the same name rises out of the ocean off the west coast of Scotland, uninhabitable, but famous as source for granite used in curling stones!)
                      13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-5-13) Leonard Macleay, born 1912.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6) Donald Macleay, born 1864, died 1903, married Jessie Ida Perrim (she died 1910).
                      Their six children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-1) Donald Alexander Macleay, born August 1888 at Redfern, Sydney, New South Wales, died 1 November, 1915 in the Battle of Gallipoli in Turkey during WW1. He died as a Private in the 17th Battalion of the Australian Infantry, noted as "Native of New South Wales", and is buried at Shrapnel Valley Cemetery at Gallipoli.(274)

                        It is notable that he was one of at least eight descendants in this chart who were soldiers in the Battle of Gallipoli;(96)

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-2) Jessie Lillian "Lily" Macleay, born 1890, died 1976, married firstly to Oscar Karl "Fritz" Klein. Brian Livingston notes of Oscar;

                        "At the outbreak of WW1, Oscar senior had an application for Australian citizenship being processed, but I am told that Lily would not support the application and Oscar was sent back to Germany, vowing to return for his son. He was never heard from again."

                        Lily and Oscar's children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-2-1) Karl Oscar "Ronnie" Klein, born 1915, married Vera E. Swain.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-2-2) Maxwell Klein, born 1918, married Muriel E. Boyce.

                        Lily Macleay married secondly to Henry Mahon.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-2-3) Barbara Mahon.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-2-4) Trevor Mahon.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-3) Isabella Vera McLeay, born 1891. Brian Livingston notes of Isabella; "moved to London, England and it is said that she may have married later in life with no children."
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4) Annie Evelyn McLeay, born 1893, died 1969, married Ernest Arthur Lonsdale (born 1892).
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-1) Stanley Ernest Lonsdale, born 1912, died 1977, married Flora Ellen Davis.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-1-1) Kay Patricia Lonsdale, born 1944, married John David Neal.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-1-2) Stanley Lonsdale.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-1-3) Annette Lonsdale.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-2) Donald Thomas Lonsdale, born 1914, married Elsie Gladys Clifford.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-3) Jack Arthur Lonsdale, born 1916, married Grace Florence Farrow.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-4) Roy L. Lonsdale, born 1918, married Violet Dulcie Marr.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-5) Evelyn Lonsdale, died 2003, married Stanley James Livingston.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-5-1) Brian Ernest Livingston, married Sheila Margaret Rockley, moved to Adelaide from Sydney.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-5-1-1) James Rockley Livingston.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-5-1-2) Charles Rockley Livingston.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-5-2) Paul Livingston, lives in Sydney with no children. His brother Brian notes of Paul;

                            "He is an artist, actor, novelist, playwright, comedian and musician. He has performed at the Edinburgh fringe, Adelaide fringe, Canadian comedy festival and Australian national television. He is best known as "Flacco". Books include The Flacco Files, The Dirt Bath and Releasing the Imbicile Within. Movies include Babe, Until the End of the World and The Navigator-A Medievil Odessey."
                            Paul Livingston in character as "Flacco"

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6) Dorothy Lonsdale, born 1923, married William James Buckley (born 1919, died 2002).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-1) Marguerite Buckley.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2) Rodney James Buckley, married Margaret Mary Kelly.
                            Their five children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-1) Duane Clinton Buckley, born 1968, married Leeane (?).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-1-1) Matthew James Buckley, born 2004.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-2) Grant Landon Buckley, born 1969.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-3) Adam Lyle Buckley, born 1971, married Melissa (?).
                              Their son;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-3-1) Blake Buckley, born 1999.

                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-4) Trent Andrew Buckley, born 1972.
                            5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-6-2-5) Simone Chantelle Buckley, born 1973, married Peter James Bowrey.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-4-7) Eric "Mick" Lonsdale.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-5) Alice Marion McLeay, born 1895, died 1984, married Alfred G. Mayo.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6) Ellen M. McLeay, born 1897, died 1980, married firstly to Captain James Ernest Capstick-Dale (born 1884 at Windermere, England), married secondly to David Stant. Capstick-Dale noted his birth year as 1880 in his 1903 Certificate of Competency at Melbourne as First Mate, and again in 1906 when certified as Master.(290)

                        Relative Brian Livingston notes in an email of their interesting history;

                        "This was her first marriage and at least his second. As a ships captain he aquired wives around the world, all at the same time. He was born in Windermere as James Ernest Capstick. His mother maiden name was Dale. He hyphenated the name for reasons unknown. His first Australian marriage was in Victoria and he was still having children by his Victorian wife when he married Ellen. Ellen married David Stant in Northern Rhodesia [modern Zambia] as her second marriage (maybe her first legal marriage). Ellen had children Eric Capstick-Dale, Stanley Capstick-Dale and Shirley Capstick-Dale. Stanley died in WW2 and is shown on the war graves web site. Eric had Children Kerry and Kim Capstick-Dale and they both live in South Africa now. They told me that in 2004 Shirley was still alive in Zambia. I have not heard from them for some time. My mother told me that when J E Capstick-Dale died a number of women from around the world came forward as his wives. Mum thought that he died as a result of falling down the hold of a ship."

                        Children of Ellen and James;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6-1) Eric Capstick-Dale, married Paddy (?).
                          His two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6-1-1) Kim Capstick-Dale, born 12 April, 1952 in Northern Rhodesia (modern Zambia),(291) lives in South Africa "managing director of Isotherm manufacturer, Brits Insulation Systems".
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6-1-2) Kerry Capstick-Dale,
                            Kerry Capstick-Dale
                            from obituary in
                            Grand Parade Investments Ltd
                            born 16 September, 1958 in Northern Rhodesia (modern Zambia), lived there until 1976, then at Cape Town, South Africa, where he died 28 May, 2008.(291)

                            Noted as a director of the public relations firm, "Corporate Image" and married 1999 to Tamra Veley.(292)

                            In December 2002 he was noted as "Director, Prevention and Education Division, South African National Responsible Gaming Programme and Director Corporate Image Public Affairs Consultancy"(293)

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6-2) Stanley Hall Elphinstone Capstick-Dale, born 1922, died 24 July, 1944, noted in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database(274) as "Son of Lieut.-Comdr. E. J. Capstick-Dale, and of Marjorie Capstick-Dale; stepson of Mr. D. Stant, of Chingola, Northern Rhodesia" (modern Zambia), his rank and position at death noted as Second Lieutenant (Pilot) in the South African Air Force. He is buried in the Oxford (Botley) Cemetery in England.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-6-6-3) Shirley Capstick-Dale, noted as living in Zimbabwe in 2004.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-7) Alexander Hay Macleay, born 1866, died 12 June, 1920 at Kiama, New South Wales, married Emily Jane Margaret Hughes (noted by here in 1920 as having been abandoned by her husband, and in 1928 as "Mrs. John Leighton, with her then husband as "Classical Master, De La Salle College, Armidale").
                      Alexander and Emily's three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-7-1) Annie "Lall" McLeay, born 1894.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-7-2) John McLeay, born and died 1895.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-7-3) Roderick Keith "Roddy" McLeay, born 1896 (his Attestation papers signed 25 August, 1914 gives his age then as "19 years, two months", so born about June, 1895), died 2 May, 1915 in the Battle of Gallipoli as a Private in the Second Battalion of the Australian Infantry of the Australian Imperial Force, he is commemorated at the Lone Pine Memorial in Turkey.(274) Roderick was noted by his first cousin Annie Evelyn Lonsdale in the document "Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum" regarding her own brother Donald Alexander Macleay as "Bugler Rodney McLeay, Killed at the landing Gallipoli". His own "Particulars" document, submitted by his mother lists his occupations as "Jackeroo" and "Tutor", she also noted he had been "An all round athlete. Won several prizes swimming. Very good shot.". The Red Cross document regarding his death notes he was known as "Roddy", and confirms he was a Bugler.

                        It is notable that Roddy was one of at least eight descendants in this chart who were soldiers in the Battle of Gallipoli.(96)

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-8) Mary Macleay, born 1868, died 1870.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-9) Isabella Macleay, born 1871, died 1957, married Arthur Riordan (born 1869).
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-9-1) Eric Riordan, born 1901.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-9-2) Elsie A. Riordan, born 1904.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-9-3) Dorothy "Diddie" I. Riordan, born 1907, married (?) Mutton.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-9-4) Dulcie P. Riordan, born 1910.

                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-5-10) Ann Macleay, born 1875, died 1894.

                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6) Catherine Macleay, born 20 May, 1830, died 1902 at Achiltibuie, married 27 May, 1852 in Lochbroom Parish to Murdoch Fraser from Achiltibuie (born 1815 to Donald Fraser and Peggy MacKenzie, died 1901), where they raised their family. Between the 1871 and 1881 census Murdoch's occupation changed from fisherman to meal dealer, then in 1891 he was back to "crofter".
                    They had at least eight children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-1) Donald Fraser, born about 1854 (7 years old in 1861 census at Achiltibuie), he became a farmer at Fife, and died sometime after the 1901 census.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2) Margaret Fraser, born 3 December, 1855. Not named in the birth registration, but the 1861 census at Achiltibuie and later registrations make it clear she was "Margaret". She married married 20 December, 1888 at Achiltibuie to John MacKenzie (born 29 September, 1855 at Isle Tanera to Murdo "Murchadh'Cearr" MacKenzie and Catherine MacLeod, he died 15 November, 1900 at Achiltibuie). In 1890 John survived a disaster that took the lifes of his brother Murdo and cousin Donald MacLeod.(294)
                      They had five children at Isle Tanera before moving to Achiltibuie;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1) Barbara MacKenzie, married John Alexander Sutherland, a sheep manager at Punta Arenas, Chile.
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1-1) Robina Sutherland, lives in Fife.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1-2) William Sutherland, lives in Essex.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1-3) Ian Sutherland, lives in Fife.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1-4) Donald Sutherland, lives in Dumfries.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-1-5) Margaret Sutherland, lives in Essex.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-2) Murdo MacKenzie, born 8 April, 1892, married to Izzy (?) with no children. Donald was a shopkeeper in Dingwall. [looks to be a misnotation here copied from the Reiff Mackenzie descendancy chart... forenames "Murdo" and "Donald" do not match!]
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-3) Catherine MacKenzie, born 29 September, 1895, married to William Suttie, a farmer at Branxton in Fife. No children.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-4) Bella MacKenzie, born 21 March, 1897.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-2-5) Duncan MacKenzie, born 24 January, 1899. Blind himself, he became a teacher to the blind at Edinburgh.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-3) Alexander Fraser, born 11 January, 1858. Sometime after 1881 he went to the U.S.A., then returned to Scotland, where noted as farming at Fife with four children.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-4) Barbara Fraser, born 15 June, 1860, died 1876 unmarried at Achiltibuie.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-5) Dugald Fraser, born 9 January, 1864. Lived at Dingwall then Fife, noted as having nine children.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-6) Annabella Fraser, born 18 July, 1866, unmarried with her parents at Achiltibuie in the 1891 census.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-7) Isabella Fraser, born 30 August, 1869, died 1874 unmarried at Achiltibuie.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-6-8) Johan Fraser, born 2 March, 1873, died 1876 unmarried at Achiltibuie.

                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-7) Dugald Macleay, born 1832 according to census data, though his memorial inscription says he died August, 1849, aged 21, which suggests a birth year of 1828. A newspaper report has his death as 24 August, 1849, he shot at an eagle with one barrel of his shotgun, wounded it, and in his excitement slipped on the rocks and killed himself with the other barrel.(295)
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-8) Roderick "Rory" Macleay, christened 2 September, 1833 at Achall, Lochbroom.
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-9) Ann Hay Mackenzie Macleay, born 18 July, 1836 at Achall, Lochbroom, her memorial though says she died 30 July, 1852, aged 19 years. She married John Boyd.
                  10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10) Mary Macleay, born 1838 at Achall, Lochbroom, died 1916 at "Aberarder, Inverness", married 9 February, 1865 at Aultnaherry (the ferry house opposite Ullapool) to Alexander MacLeod of Ullapool (born 1841 to Norman Macleod and Isabella Macrae, died 4 October, 1903 at Fort William, ArgyleShire). Details on the descent from this couple come from descendants Vilma Guerrero, Heather Scarisbrick and Donald MacLeod(284). Also some patron submitted data in the IGI(296) and the civil registration index. Vilma notes census records show Alexander as a shepherd, gardener and taxidermist, "apparently a man of all trades".

                    In the 1891 census Mary and three of her children; Isabella, Margaret, and Norman, were at Leckmelm, Lochbroom. Also there as Head Gardener was David M. Morrison, who was later to marry Isabella.

                    Mary and Alexander's seven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1) Isabella Macrae Macleod, born 15 December, 1865 at Balnahaun, Fasnakyle, Kiltarlity Parish, InvernessShire, died 20 February, 1960, she married 15 October, 1896 at 25 Bridge Street, Inverness to David M. Morrison. David had been Head Gardener at Leckmelm, and had been raising a large family after the death of his first wife in 1886.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-1) Agnes May "Nessie" Morrison, born 2 August, 1897 at Leckmelm, married 2 December, 1922 at the Queensgate Hotel, Inverness, to Archibald MacFarlane "Archie" Davidson (died 23 April, 1945 at Auchmore, Stromeferry, Ross and Cromarty). The wedding registration notes Archie as a game trapper, resident at Glenmazeron, Moy, and Nessie as a school teacher, resident at Dalarossie, Moy.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-1-1) Adi Davidson, born in Scotland.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-1-2) Alastair Davidson, born in Scotland.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-2) Sophia Annadale Ritchie Morrison, born 24 May, 1900 at Ballifeary House Gardens, Inverness. Donald MacLeod notes that it is interesting to see that Sophia was named after the first wife of her uncle, Donald MacLeay MacLeod (below).
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-3) Isabella "Ella" Morrison, born 27 February, 1902 at 2 Rosebery Place, Haugh Road, Inverness. She was a teacher.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-4) Donald MacLeod Morrison, born 18 November, 1903 at 38 High Street, Inverness, died 1 December, 1964 at Comox, B.C., Canada. He married Louise McCalla.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-4-1) (daughter) Morrison, married Sandy Stewart.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-1-4-2) (son) Morrison

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-2) John Macleay "Jack" Macleod, born 5 December, 1867 at Balnahaun, Fasnakyle, Kiltarlity Parish, InvernessShire (twin of Isabella, their father noted with occupation as "ghillie"). Jack was a Master Mariner, he married to Lilian May Mitchell (born 5 May, 1877 at Copiapo, Chile to Thomas Harvey Mitchell and Charlotte Elizabeth Coad, both of Cornwall, England, she died 18 May, 1926 at Copiapo). A source has the wedding as having been at at Plymstock, England, but their daughter Elizabeth, still sharp at 104 years of age in 2008, insists the wedding was at Callao, Peru, not Plymstock, and gives the marriage date as 20 February, 1903. Elizabeth's memory has been proven on other genealogy details later confirmed by documentation, Vilma notes "She is a treasure!" Vilma's researches show Lilian traveled from England, around Cape Horn to Chile or Peru at least three times between 1877 to 1920, an amazing record.

                      Jack and Lilian raised their family in Chile from about 1920. After Lilian's death he moved to Venezuela, and died there about 1937. His gt-granddaughter Vilma Guerrero has shared many details through email and various genealogy board postings.(284)

                      Vilma notes;

                      "After Lillian's death, my grandmother remembers that her father went to work for Standard Oil in Venezuela aboard the ship Caripino (?). I have not found a ship named Caripino, but there is a town named Caripito, Venezuela where Standard Oil was building a pipeline from a loading terminal in Caripito to the interior. I believe that this is the "Caripino" in my grandmother's memory. I have not found any trace of John MacLeod in Caripito, but there was a large British community there at the time, and I continue to search. John wanted to take his daughters with him to Venezuela, but a maternal aunt would not allow it, and they stayed with her in Chile." ... "My grandmother never heard from her father again".

                      Jack and Lilian's two daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-2-1) Margaret Macleod, born at Plymstock, England, raised in Chile, married Alexander Dunsmore, son of English immigrants, had several children, all alive.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-2-2) Elizabeth May Macleod, born 6 May, 1904 at Billacombe House, Plymstock Road, raised in Chile, oldest person in this chart at 104 years in 2008, she married Juan Peirano, son of Italian immigrants, had several children, all alive. She is the grandmother of Vilma Guerrero.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-3) Norman Macleod, born 4 August, 1869 at Balnahaun, Fasnakyle, Kiltarlity Parish, InvernessShire, died 1875 at Gruinard.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4) Donald Macleay Macleod, born 5 October, 1871 at Balnahaun, Fasnakyle, Kiltarlity Parish, InvernessShire, died 7 February, 1942 at Kenya, he served in the Queens' Own Cameron Highlanders until his discharge 1901 in South Africa. In 1895 he married firstly to Sophia Annandale Ritchie, and they continued to live in South Africa until her death in the 1920s.

                      In South Africa Donald became the founding Sergeant-Major of the Transvaal Scottish Regiment, with them he fought in France during WW1, follwing the war he was made commanding officer of the Regiment. He further served in WW2, as Welfare Officer of the South African Forces, resident in Kenya where he died in 1942.

                      Donald was married secondly to Gertrude Pooler (nee Hood, born about 1880, died 9 April, 1945, it was a second marriage for her, the first husband, Frederick John Pooler, died 1916 in the Transvaal, South Africa).(297) Both are buried in Nakura Cemetery in Kenya.

                      Donald MacLeay MacLeod was much respected and honoured, his gravestone records him as "Lt. Col. D. M. MacLeod DSO, MC, DCM"

                      Donald and his first wife had three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-1) Wilhelmina Finlayson McLeod, born 6 March, 1897 at Gibralter while her father was stationed there with the 1st Cameron Highlanders. Donald MacLeod says his father recalled hearing she died in South Africa at about 17 years of age.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2) Mhairi Ishbell MacLeay McLeod, born 3 May, 1904 at Duncraig Street Inverness, died 19 February, 1988 at Lowestoft, Suffolk, England as widow of Walter Sutherland Grattan Wilkinson. Donald MacLeod notes they were married in Kenya.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-1) Annette Grattan Wilkinson, married Andrew Emms.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-1-1) Neville Emms.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-1-2) Sally Emms.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-1-3) Charles Emms.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-1-4) Matthew Emms.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-2) Donald Grattan Wilkinson, married Cherri (?), and has since died. Cherri, a noted accountant in Kent, England, has recently contacted me with more details, including names and birth data of their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-2-1) Gavin Jeremy Sutherland Grattan Wilkinson, born 14 December, 1975.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-2-2) Donald Kieron Sutherland Grattan Wilkinson, born 29 August, 1977.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-2-2-3) Rebecca Annette Jacqueline Esther Grattan Wilkinson, born 21 August, 1981.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3) Donald McLeay McLeod, born 1907, died 1972, married 28 September, 1940 at Nairobi, Kenya, to Eileen Margaret McKinley (she died 1988).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-1) Donald John McLeod, born 1946, married Jacqueline Barbara Joyce.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-1-1) Fiona Mairi McLeod, born 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-1-2) Kirsty Flora McLeod, born 1982.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-1-3) Ewan Cameron McLeod, born 1984.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-2) Patrick Malcolm McLeod, born 1947, married Catherine Ann Evans.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-2-1) Alastair Patrick McLeod, born 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-2-2) Eleanor Catherine McLeod, born 1990.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-3) Pauline Janet McLeod, born 1950, married firstly to Raymond George Flint.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-3-1) Joanna Margaret Flint, born 1975.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-4-3-3-2) Patrick Daniel Flint, born 1977.

                          Pauline Janet McLeod married secondly to Douglas Fraser.

                    Between 1871 and 1873 this family moved to Gruinard in Ross & Cromarty.

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-5) Alexander Macleod, born 23 October, 1873 at Gruinard, died 28 December, 1936.

                    The family were at Ullapool by time of the birth of the next child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-6) Margaret Mackenzie "Peggie" Macleod, born 2 November, 1875 at Ullapool, died 10 January, 1951 at 64 Haugh Road, Inverness, married 21 December, 1910 at Ridgeleigh, Crown Drive, Inverness to Duncan McPherson. Their wedding registration notes Duncan as a butcher, and Peggie as a domestic servant.

                    The family were then at Rosehall, Creich, SutherlandShire by time of the birth of the next child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7) Norman Macleod, born 21 April, 1878 at Ullapool, died 14 July, 1973, married Mary Ellen Ottawa Pearse (born 12 September, 1891 at Ottawa, Ontario to Rev.Lewis Blight Pearse and Mercy Maria Pinnock, she died 11 February, 1973 at Comox, B.C. Unusual to see "Ottawa" as a middle name!).
                      They had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1) Norman Macleod, born 21 August, 1919 at Greencourt, Alberta, married 23 April, 1945 in England to Beatrice Jean King (born 11 January, 1921 at Little Hampton, England).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1-1) (son) Macleod, married (?) Hooper with a daughter.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1-2) (son) Macleod
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1-3) Heather Macleod, born about 1956, lives at Bamfield, B.C., married (?) Scarisbrick with one son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1-3-1) (son) Scarisbrick.
                            His daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-10-7-1-3-1-1) (daughter) Undugodage.

                  11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-11) Georgina Macleay, born 1840 (six months old in 1841 census), not seen in 1851 census, perhaps died young?
                  12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12) Hay Mackenzie Macleay, born 1845 at Rhidorroch, Achall, Lochbroom, died 25 January, 1924, married 20 July 1870 in Contin Parish to Colina Macintyre (born about 1847 in Contin Parish, died 10 March, 1929 in Urquhart & Logie Wester Parish). His name clearly honours the then Landlord of Coigach. Sometime between the birth of their son Lachlan in 1877 and daughter Johanna in 1878 this family left Lochbroom and settled in Fodderty Parish, presumably at the cottage at Castle Leod where they were living in the 1881 census. Hay is noted in a 19 January, 1888 newspaper article as taking over a grocer's in Dingwall, the 1891 census has the family at 3 Leopold Street, Dingwall, an email by Myrna McNaughtan notes Hay retired to Conon Bridge after that. At their golden wedding anniversary in 1920 at Riverbank House, Conon Bridge, they were noted as having three sons and eight daughters surviving.(298)
                    Hay and Colina's fourteen children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-1) Christina Margaret Macleay, born 9 June, 1871 at at Rhidorroch, Lochbroom.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2) Colina McLeay, born 22 October, 1872 at Rhidorroch, Lochbroom, an unmarried nurse in the 1901 census at Dingwall, "remembered on a grave stone in Fodderty graveyard, where it is recorded she died on 15 July, 1918 in South Africa".(299) The source of that data, Donald Macleod, notes the stone "does not indicate another surname for her", however Jean Stewart notes Colina married (?) Bayden. A gt-granddaughter notes Colina married Alexander Davidson and had four children at Benoni, South Africa, a grandson notes Alexander was an "important Mining Engineer and civic leader in the early days of Benoni in the old South African Republic(Transvaal)", he died 9 January, 1915 at Rand Klipfontein, noted as "formerly Manager of the New Kleinfontein Company, aged 45".
                      They had four daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2-1) Mollie Davidson, birth order may be wrong, grandmother of Charlotte McBride.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2-2) Alexandra Colina "Gipsy" Davidson, born at Benoni, South Africa, married (?) Nesbitt.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2-2-1) Alexander Nesbitt.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2-3) (daughter) Davidson
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-2-4) (daughter) Davidson

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-3) Mary Ann McLeay, born 30 December, 1873 at Lochbroom.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-4) Dolina McLeay, born 1875 at Lochbroom, married Robert Houle French. They are noted in the 1916 death registration of their son Robert Douglas French as "Dr. and Mrs. R. H. French, of `Moss Bank', Nether St., North Finchley, London".
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-4-1) Robert Douglas French, born about 1898, died 15 September, 1916 in the Battle of the Somme during WW1 as Second Lieutenant of the Sixth Battalion of the London Regiment (City of London Rifles).(274)

                        Lieut. R.D. French, from obituary notice
                        in Ross-shire Journal

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-4-2) Alastair R. French.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-4-3) Edna French.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-5) Lachlan MacLeay, born 1877 at Fodderty, likely at Castle Leod cottage, died 1915.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-6) Johanna MacLeay, born 1878 at Fodderty, likely at Castle Leod cottage.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-7) Donald MacLeay, born 1879 at Fodderty, likely at Castle Leod cottage.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-8) Catherine McLeay, born 1880 (10 months old in 1881 census), died 28 May, 1950 at Conon, buried in Fodderty graveyard. She married George MacFarlane.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-8-1) Maxwell MacFarlane.

                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-9) Daniel McLeay. (could this possibly be the same person noted above as his brother "Donald"?)
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-10) Jean McLeay, married (?) Garry.
                    11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-11) Christina Margaret McLeay, died 1925.
                    12. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-12) Lilian Jane McLeay, died 1930.
                    13. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-13) John McLeay, died 28 February, 1944, buried with his sister Catherine in Fodderty graveyard. Probably this is the son "Peter John Macleay" who was Informant of his mother's death registration in 1929.
                    14. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-3-12-14) Roderick McLeay.

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4) Justina Mackenzie, born about 1800 (1802-6 according to 1841 census, 1796 according to 1851 census, 1801 according to 1861 census, 1801 according to her death registration), died 8 February, 1889 at Ullapool (parents noted as John MacKenzie and Margaret Stronach). Justina married 20 February, 1819 to John (Andrew) Mackenzie, her residence noted as at Dalcanloch, his at Ullapool. Presumably John's father was named Andrew (the name also being used for one of their sons), John was born about 1791 (according to 1851 census) and served as Sherriff Officer, his memorial stone notes his death as 14 August, 1854.(283) They lived at Shore Street Ullapool, Justina listed in the 1861 census as a Widow, informant on Justina's death registration was listed as her son-in-law, "G. A. Calder" ("Gustavus Aird Calder", husband of her daughter Williamina, another Sheriff Officer).
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-1) Catherine Mackenzie, noted as 20 to 24 years of age in the 1841 census, given her parents were married Febuary 1819 I guess her birth sometime late 1819 or early 1820. She is not with the family from the 1851 census on, so likely either married or died.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-2) Alexander Mackenzie, christened 6 October, 1822 at Ullapool, possibly died young as there was a sister named "Alexanderina" born about 1831.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-3) Margaret Mackenzie, married 14 June, 1848 at Ullapool to John Mackenzie also resident at Ullapool, a shoemaker. Eight children shown in the IGI as born in Lochbroom Parish from 1862 to 1873 to parents with those names, likely though a different couple (or couples).
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-4) Andrew Mackenzie, christened 25 February, 1828 at Ullapool.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5) Alexanderina "Lexey" Mackenzie, born about 1831, married 30 December, 1858 in Lochbroom Parish (at Ullapool?) to Donald Munro (born about 1833 at Ullapool to Murdoch Munro and Christina MacRae), she died between the 1876 birth of her daughter Christina and the 1881 census. Lexey and Donald were with Lexey's Widowed mother Justina at Ullapool in the 1861 census, and Justina was with Donald and her grandchildren in the 1881 census.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-1) Margaret "Maggie" Munro, born 22 September, 1859 at Ullapool, unmarried in the 1881 census.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-2) Johanna Munro, born 7 October, 1861 at Ullapool.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-3) Alexanderina Munro, born 15 February, 1863 at Ullapool.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-4) Catharine Munro, born 9 November, 1865 at Ullapool.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-5) John Munro, born 7 October, 1867 at Ullapool.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-6) Barbara Munro, born 10 April, 1870 at Ullapool.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-7) Murdoch Munro, born 11 November, 1872 at Ullapool.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-5-8) Christina Munro, 1876 at Ullapool.

                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-6) John Mackenzie, born about 1833.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-7) Barbara Mackenzie, born about 1839, not seen in 1851 census, perhaps died young.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-8) Williamina Mackenzie, born 1841 (unnamed one month old daughter in 1841 census), married 1 July, 1873 at Inverness to Gustavus Aird Calder, a Sheriff Officer like her father.
                    In the 1881 census they are at Ullapool with three young children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-8-1) James Andrew Calder, born 21 August, 1874 at Ullapool.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-8-2) John Calder, born about 1877 at Ullapool.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-4-4-8-3) Justina Calder, birth registered as 1879 in Lochbroom Parish, though the 1881 census suggests born about 1880 at Contin.

                According to Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road John Mackenzie married thirdly to a Mackenzie from Assynt, with a daughter Catherine who married a tailor, Alexander Mackenzie, and settled at Listowel, Ontario, Canada. However, other data shows that Catherine to have been a granddaughter, rather than daughter, her father being John's son, another John, who had settled at Cromarty after his family's home had burned in 1828. That Catherine, her husband Alexander, and their descendants are above at 2-1-4-3-2-1-4-2-3

              5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5) Barbara Mackenzie, born at Achnaclerach, Contin Parish, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, married William Mackenzie, said in some sources to be of the Gruinard family. The Clan Mackenzie database(199) lists the marriage taking place at "Tighnafilm", presumably a version or mistranscription of "Tighnafaolin", perhaps William was of that family instead of Gruinard?
                Also included is the following descent from Barbara and William;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1) James Mackenzie "of the Glen", born 1791, died 1861, married 1842 to Barbara Mackenzie (born 1826 at Kildonan to Simon Mackenzie of Dernamuch and "Barabel/Annabelle" Mackenzie, both descendants of the Gruinard Mackenzies, Barbara died 1904). Details on this couple, their children, and their descendants come from the updated Gruinard Sheet compiled by Sonia MacKenzie.(85)
                  Their eight children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-1) William Mackenzie, born 1846, died 1927 in New Zealand with no issue.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-2) John Mackenzie, born 1849, died 1868, no issue.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3) Alexander Mackenzie, born 1852 at Kildonan, died 1937, he married 1886 at Dornie, Coigach to Catherine "Katie" Campbell (born 1859 at Dornie to the Merchant Alexander Campbell and his wife, Jessie Mackenzie).(300) Sometime after the 1891 census this family emigrated to New Zealand.
                    Their nine children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1) James Mackenzie, born 1887 at Dundonnell, Lochbroom, died 1962, married first to Hettie MacDonald.
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1) Alice Mackenzie, born 1914, has died, she married Joe Scragg.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1) Heather Scragg, born 1945, married Barry Thomson.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-1) Vaughan Thomson, born 1963, married Kayleen Ross.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-1-1) Carl R. Thomson, born 1999.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-2) Brenda Thomson, born 1968, married Garry McIndoe.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-2-1) Ihlara McIndoe, born 1997.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-3) Bruce Thomson, born 1969, married Julia Thorpe.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-1-3-1) Grace Thomson, born 2000.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-2) Denise Scragg, born 1948, married Murray Collison.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-2-1) Darin Collison, born 1969, married Sophia Lagastes.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-1-2-2) Martin Collison, born 1972.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2) Jean Mackenzie, born 1919, died 1997, married Reginald Williams.

                        Sonia's published Gruinard descent chart and book "Children of Kildonan"(301) notes three generations of descent through Jean's eldest child, and bits of that descent are available through other websites and databases, however two of her descendants have requested through Sonia details on this branch of the family not be included in this chart.

                        There may be future excisions if other descendants request, but for now the presumption will be information published in books, newspapers, or already on the internet, is a fair source for genealogy. It would be ideal to directly contact the hundreds of living people noted in this file, however that would be impractable, and they have already shared their data with the many sources cited in this file with the understanding the data would be shared with others.

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-1) (child) Williams, details on this child, it's children, and grandchildren, withheld as noted above.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-2) Raymond Williams, born 1945, died 1978, married Marjery King. Marjery married secondly to (?) Simpson, and her children hyphenated their names with their step-father's.
                          Sons of Raymond and Margery, stepsons of (?) Simpson, are;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-2-1) Duncan Williams Simpson, born 1973.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-2-2) Cameron J. Williams Simpson, born 1975, married Jocelyn Lindsay.
                            Their child;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-2-2-1) Brook Williams Simpson, born 11 June, 2001.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-1-2-3) Nolan Williams, born 1945, twin of Raymond, married Bev (?).

                      James Mackenzie married secondly, wifes name not known, no issue.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-2) (twin) Mackenzie, twin of James, born at Dundonnell, Lochbroom and died same day.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3) Alexander Fraser Mackenzie, born 1888 at Dundonnell, Lochbroom, died 1950, married in 1923 to Iris Kathleen Elizabeth Ross. He served in WW1, including in the Battle of Gallipoli. It is notable that one of his brothers and at least seven of his cousins in this chart were also soldiers in that battle.(96) A gt-neice of Alexander(302) notes;

                      "[Alexander] served at Gallipoli with the Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. He was severely wounded at Chunuk Bair in August 1915 and sent home. After he recovered, he joined the Otago Infantry and went to France where he was wounded at Passchendaele."

                      Alexander and Iris had two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-1) Jean Mackenzie, born 1925.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2) Jock Mackenzie, born 1926, died 2004, married to Sonia Hansen. As well as being a noted poet, Jock was Commisioner of Clan Mackenzie New Zealand, a responsibilty now carried on by Sonia. All the data on descendants fom James Mackenzie of the Glen (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1 above) comes from the updated Gruinard Sheet of the Findon Tables Sonia has compiled, from her own researches, and data from other descendants.(85)
                        Their six children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-1) James Mackenzie, born 1957, died young.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-2) Catherine Mackenzie, born 1959, married Larry Blake.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-2-1) Rebecca Blake, born 1991.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-2-2) Emma Blake, born 1993.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3) Kenneth Mackenzie, born 1961, married Helen Stewart.
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3-1) Jessica Mackenzie, born 1988.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3-2) Alistair Mackenzie, born 1989.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3-3) Rory Mackenzie, born 1991.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3-4) Duncan Mackenzie, born 1993.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-3-5) Fraser Mackenzie, born 1995.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-4) Annabelle Mackenzie, born 1963, married Hamish Ross.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-4-1) Callum Mackenzie Ross, born 1992.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-4-2) Madeline Mackenzie Ross, born 1996.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-5) Sarah Mackenzie, born 1965, married Martin Crysell.
                          Their three daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-5-1) Elizabeth Crysell, born 1993.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-5-2) Caroline Crysell, born 1995.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-5-3) Susannah Crysell, born 1997.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-6) Kirsty Mackenzie, born 1965, married Raymond van Rijk, who was Widower in 1984 of Louise Russell. Kirsty was stepmother to Raymond and Louise's son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-6-1) Thomas van Rijk, born 1983.

                          Kirsty and Raymond as well had three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-6-2) Alexander van Rijk, born 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-6-3) Willem van Rijk, born 1989.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-3-2-6-4) Saskia van Rijk, born 1991.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-4) John "Jock" Mackenzie, born 1889 at Dundonnell, Lochbroom, died 22 February, 1917 in France during WW1, though like his brother Alexander and six of their cousins he is also noted as having served at Gallipoli.(96) When he died he was a Lieutenant in the Auckland Regiment of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force.(274)
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5) Duncan Mackenzie, born 1891, died 1962, he married Christina Boyd. Duncan's mother was with her parents and three older children (all born at Dundonnell) in the 1891 census at Dornie, Coigach, probably he was born there.
                      Duncan and Christina's four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-1) Muriel Mackenzie, born 1926, married Ted Forster-Pratt.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-2) Ian Mackenzie, born 1928.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3) Ishbel Mackenzie, born 1929, married Alec Edward.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-1) Bruce D. Edward, born 1961, married Sandy Ward.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-1-1) Toni Edward, died young.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-1-2) Alexandra Edward, born 1988.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-2) Robyn M. Edward, born 1963, married Michael Lee.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-2-1) Samantha Lee, born 1982.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-3-2-2) James Lee, born 1985.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4) Maxie Mackenzie, born 1933, married George Raymond Birdsall.(303)
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-1) Timothy Birdsall, born 1958, married and divorced Bronwyn Mathie.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-1-1) Nicholas Birdsall, born 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-1-2) Alisha Birdsall, born 1983, now married to Michael Smits (born 1980).

                          Timothy married secondly and later separated to Debbie Wilson, and is now partner to Lynda Peat.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2) Anthony Birdsall, born 1960, there may be typos in Sonia's chart at this point, or more likely I am not following the relationships correctly. She shows Anthony married first to Kim Bosch with two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2-1) David Birdsall, born 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2-2) Sarah Birdsall, born 1988.

                          My confusion begins as next is shown a partner of Anthony, Linda Kosher, with a dropline to a child with a birth year preceeding the first two;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2-3) Anna Birdsall, born 1986.

                          And separately from Linda Kosher is a dropchart to two children, surname slightly different as "Koster", and birth years not shown;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2-4) David Koster.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-5-4-2-5) Sarah Koster.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6) Catherine Mackenzie, born 1893, died 1966, married Jack Potts.
                      Their five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-1) Stuart Potts, born 1918, died 1972 without issue, he was a veteran of WW2.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2) Bruce Potts, born 1928, married Betty Bloomfield.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-1) Brian Potts, born 1957, died 1958.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-2) Susan Potts, born 1959, married Simon Crang.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-2-1) Jason Crang, born 1983.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-2-2) Richard Crang, born 1985.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-2-3) Andrew Crang, born 1989.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-2-4) Stephanie Crang, born 1992.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3) Catherine Potts, born 1960, married Jock Brunskill.
                          Their nine children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-1) Naomi Brunskill, born 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-2) James Brunskill, born 1984.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-3) Ben Brunskill, born 1986.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-4) Elizabeth Brunskill, born 1988.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-5) Timothy Brunskill, born 1990.
                          6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-6) Deborah Brunskill, born 1992.
                          7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-7) Daniel Brunskill, born 1995.
                          8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-8) Andrew Brunskill, born 1999.
                          9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-3-9) Anna Brunskill, born 1997.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-4) Gregor Potts, born 1963, married Aithne(?).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-4-1) Hamish Potts, born 1996.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-2-4-2) Hannah Potts, born 1999.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-3) Simon Potts, died young.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-4) Jean Potts, born 1921, died 1992 without issue.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-6-5) Joan Potts, born 1921 (twin of Jean), died 1957 without issue.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7) Jessie Mackenzie, born 1896, died 1970, married Henry Carston (Sonia notes after Henry's name, "(Fee)").
                      Their three daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-1) Shirley Carston, born 1921, married James Bennett.
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-1-1) Trevor Bennett, born 1946, married Sarla Wati.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-1-1-1) James Bennett, born 1979.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-1-1-2) Anita Bennett, born 1981.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-1-2) Noel Bennett, born 1952.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-2) Lois Carston, born 1927, married Alec Day.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-2-1) Andrew Day, born 1968.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-2-2) Brian Day, born 1970, married Lynley Le Pine Rouston.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-2-2-1) Michael Le Pine Day, born 1998.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-2-2-2) Andre Le Pine Day.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3) Barbara Carston, born 1931, married Graeme Day (her sister Lois married Alec Day, Graeme's cousin)(??)
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3-1) Susan Day, born 1958, married Shaun Morgans.(??)
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3-1-1) Ashleigh Morgans, born 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3-1-2) Bryn Morgans, born 1990.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3-2) Helen Day, born 1960, married Chris Southgate.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-7-3-3) Kevin Day, born 1962, died 1963.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8) Simon Mackenzie, born 1898, died 1979, married Elizabeth "Betty" Tilzey.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1) Roland Mackenzie, born 1927, married Betty McFarlane.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-1) Fiona Mackenzie, born 1958, married Georget Dupuy.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-1-1) Charlotte Dupuy, born 1999.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-1-2) Richard G. Dupuy, born 2001.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-2) Simon James Mackenzie, born 1961, married Hilary Smith.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-2-1) Ella Mackenzie, born 1996.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-8-1-2-2) Hamish Mackenzie, born 1999.

                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9) William Mackenzie, born 1904 in New Zealand, died 1962, married Elspeth Mackenzie Forbes.
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-1) Forbes Mackenzie, born 1930, married Helen Veitch.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2) Margaret Mackenzie, born 1935, married Joseph Clark.
                        Their three children

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2-1) Bronwyn Clark, born 1960.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2-2) Joseph Clark, born 1964.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2-3) Neil Clark, born 1966, married Kerry Sempf.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2-3-1) Matthew Clark, born 1995.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-3-9-2-3-2) Sarah Clark, born 1998.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4) Donald Mackenzie, born 1853, died 1928 in New Zealand where he had emigrated to. He married Jane Brough.
                    Their six children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-1) Barbara Mackenzie, born 1886, died 1955 with no issue.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-2) Margaret Mackenzie, born 1889, died 1980, married to Jack Johnston with no issue.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3) Christina Mackenzie, born 1890, died 1965, married Andrew Kelt.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1) Andrew Kelt, born 1917, died 1980, married Nora Holt.
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1) Mary Kelt, born 1939, married Kevin Gale.
                          Their three sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-1) Raymond Gale, born 1963, married and divorced firstly to Christine Hoare, and married secondly to Janice Hansen.
                            Raymond and Janice's two daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-1-1) Camille Gale, born 2002.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-1-2) Emily Gale, born 200?.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-2) Robert Gale, born 1966, married Julie Lawn.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-2-1) Alexander Gale, born 2001.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-1-3) Peter Gale, born 1968, married Lisa Hart.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-2) Nora Kelt, born 1944, died 2000, married John Boddy.
                          Their two daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-2-1) Rosanne Boddy, born 1971, married Adrian Koolaard.
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-2-1-1) Monique Koolaard, born 2000.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-2-1-2) Timothy Koolaard, born 2001.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-1-2-2) Susan Boddy, born 1972.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-2) Jean Kelt, born 1920.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-3-3) Betty Kelt, born 1925.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4) John Mackenzie, born 1894, died 1948, married Eiola Andrew.
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1) Jean Mackenzie, born 1929, married to Monty Munn.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-1) Margaret Munn, born 1947, married Alex Davidson.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-1-1) Alexander Davidson, born 1971, married Nadine Stratmore.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-1-2) Duncan Davidson, born 1976, married Frances MacKay.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-2) Annette Munn, born 1955.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-3) Robert Munn, born 1957, married Lazzio Abricossow.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-3-1) David Abricossow, born 1986.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-4-1-3-2) Daniel Abricossow, born 1988.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-5) Betsy Mackenzie, born 1897, died 1979, married James McLeod.
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-5-1) Barbara McLeod, born 1932, married Tom Phillips.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-5-1-1) Thomasina Phillips, born 1969.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-4-6) Donnella Mackenzie, born 1900, died 1921.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-5) Simon Mackenzie, born 7 May, 1856, died without issue at Cheltenham, England, he was married to Julia (?).
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6) James Mackenzie, born 7 May, 1856, twin of Simon, died 1919, he emigrated to New Zealand and married Anne Brough (his brother Donald married Jane Brough, possibly two brothers married two sisters?)
                    Their seven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1) James Mackenzie, born 1890, died 1946, married Essie Wylie.
                      Their four sons;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1) James William "Bill" Mackenzie, born 1908, married Waveny Harding. Bill became stepfather to Waveny's children from her earlier marriage;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1-1) Noeline.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1-2) Robert.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1-3) Patricia.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1-4) Trevor.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-1-5) Diana.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2) Wattie Mackenzie, born 1910, died 1965, married Gertrude Wilson.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-1) Laurel Mackenzie, born 1937, married Mark Beer.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-1-1) Grant Beer, born 1969.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-1-2) Drew Beer, born 1976.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-2) Donald Mackenzie, born 1943, married Carole McCulloch.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-2-1) Wade Mackenzie, born 1969.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-2-2) Paula Mackenzie, born 1970.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3) Jane "Jan" Mackenzie, born 1943, married Charles Haora.(304)
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3-1) Sean Haora, born 1982, married LaToya Kaipo (born 1984).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3-1) Logan Haora, born 11 September, 2004.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3-2) Shannon Haora, born 10 July, 2006.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3-3) Jordyn Jae Haora, 28 May, 2008.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-2-3-2) Dean Haora, born 1985.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3) Johnston Mackenzie, born 1911, died 1985, married Roma Capper.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1) Robin Mackenzie, born 1933, married first to and widowed by Paul Petit.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-1) Ross Petit, born 1953, died 1994, married and divorced to Jennifer Crisp.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-1-1) Glen Petit.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-2) Robert Petit, born 1955, married aqnd divorced to Katherin Eyon.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-2-1) Jody Petit, born 1977.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-2-2) Alicia Petit, born 1979.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-2-3) Melody Petit, born 1983.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3) Shelley Petit, born 1958, married Peter Mead.
                            Their four children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-1) Joshua Mead, born 1977, his partner is Stacey Niwa.
                              Their two children;

                              1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-1-1) Niko Mead, born 1995.
                              2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-1-2) Jamal Mead, born 1997.

                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-2) Jessica Mead, born 1979.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-3) Nicola Mead, born 1980, died 1982.
                            4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-3-4) Elisha Mead, born 1983.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-4) Fleur Petit, born 1959, married Norman Winger.
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-4-1) Nicholas Winger, born 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-4-2) Rochelle Winger, born 1983.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-1-4-3) Jackson Winger, born 1986.

                          Robin Mackenzie was married secondly to Fred Umlaut.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-2) Gael Mackenzie, born 1936, married Trevor Pillbrow.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-2-1) Rae Marie Pillbrow, born 1956.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-3) Shona Mackenzie, born 1939, married Dennis Stringer.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-3-1) Clifford James Stringer.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-3-3-2) Phillip Stringer.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-1-4) Colin Mackenzie, born 1924, died 1962, married to Maisie (?) without issue.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2) Peter Mackenzie, born 1888, died 1950, married Alice Gow.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-1) Wauchope Mackenzie, married Olive King.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-1-1) Catherine Mackenzie.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2) Norman Mackenzie, married Beryl Godfrey.
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2-1) Nancy Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2-2) Kay Mackenzie, married Peter Petersen.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2-2-1) Jenni Petersen, born 1974.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2-2-2) Robert Petersen, born 1976.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-2-2-3) Sarah Petersen.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3) Nancy Mackenzie, married Jack Collis.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-1) Neil Collis, married Barbara Lindsay.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-1-1) Mac Collis.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-1-2) Angus Collis.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-2) Micheal Collis.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-3) Louise Collis, married Andy Larsen.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-2-3-4) Peter Collis.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-3) William Mackenzie.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-4) Barbara Mackenzie, married Irving Robertson, died without issue in Canada.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5) Isobel Mackenzie, born 1893, died 1972, married Alec Robbins.
                      Their three daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1) Betty Robbins, born 1928, married Bert de Liefde.
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-1) Martin de Liefde, born 1958.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-2) Anne de Liefde, born 1959, married David Pickett.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-2-1) Rachel Pickett, born 1990.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-3) Susan de Liefde, born 1963, married Neil Cairns.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-3-1) Daniel Cairns, born 1982.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-3-2) Peter Cairns, born 1984.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-3-3) Elizabeth Cairns, born 1985.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-4) Alexandra de Liefde, born 1965.
                          Her son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-1-4-1) Jacob de Liefde, born 1989.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2) Barbara Robbins, born 1930, married Des Lovatt. (though Sonia spells Des's surname as "Lovatt", she spells the children's surnames as "Lovat", and a grandson with hyphenated surname "Pomeroy-Lovatt", I presume a transcription error somehow, or it could be the children dropped a "t", and the grandson re-assumed it)
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-1) Alisdair Lovat, born 1959.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2) Fiona Lovat, born 1961, married Timothy Davis.
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2-1) Henry W. "Hank" Davis, born 1985.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2-2) Samira A. Davis, born 1988.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2-3) Finn Q. Davis, born 1991.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2-4) Evangeline Davis, born 1994.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-2-5) Christian Davis, born 1997.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-3) Stephen Lovat, born 1964, partner of Sarah Pomeroy.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-3-1) Seamus Pomeroy-Lovatt, born 1988.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-2-4) Anna Lovat, died young.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3) Margaret Robbins, born 1930 as twin of Barbara, married Allan Shaw.
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-1) Robyn Shaw, born 1957, married Raymond Burr.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-1-1) Zoe Burr, born 1989.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-1-2) Connor Burr, born 1994.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-2) Halford Shaw, born 1960, married Jane Eathorne.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-2-1) Angus W. Shaw, born 1994.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-5-3-2-2) Harriet Shaw, born 1996.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-6) Molly Mackenzie, married Arthur Russell. Sonia shows a down arrow to the name "Ann Russell" from this couple, presumably indicating a descent to Ann other than a simple daughter relationship.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-6-7) Catherine Mackenzie, married W. Hales.

                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7) Barbara Mackenzie, born 9 November, 1858, died 1918, married in 1884 at Inverness to Roderick MacRae.
                    Their five children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1) Jessie MacRae, born 1885, died 1959, married in 1919 at Inverness to Roderick Stewart of Ullapool.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-1) Barbara Stewart, born 1920, has died.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2) Duncan Stewart, born 1922, married Greta McLean.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2-1) Rory Stewart, born 1963.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2-2) Anne Stewart, married and separated to David Darragh.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2-2-1) Sophie Darragh.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2-2-2) Niel Darragh.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-2-3) Allan Stewart, is married.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-3) Dena Stewart, born 1924, married Murdo MacLennan.
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-3-1) Jean MacLennan, married Chris Ross.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-3-1-1) Emily Ross, born 1990.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-3-1-2) Andrew Ross, born 1993.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-3-2) Muriel MacLennan, married Alister Urquhart.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-4) Kenneth Stewart, born 1927, married first to Abigail Mackenzie of Aultbea.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-4-1) Alexandra Stewart.
                          Her daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-1-4-1-1) Thirsa.

                        Kenneth Stewart married secondly to Morag Mackenzie of Aultbea, and thirdly to Isabel MacRae of Gairloch.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-2) Annabella MacRae, born 1889, died 1909 in Scotland.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3) Dollina MacRae, born 1890, died 1972, married William MacLean of Florida, U.S.A.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1) Sheila MacLean, born 1924, married Rob Mandernack, at U.S.A.
                        Their seven children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-1) Nicole Mandernack, died young.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-2) David Mandernack, born 1953, married Teresa Frost.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-2-1) Ailsa Mandernack, born 1989.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-2-2) Alexander Mandernack, born 1992.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-3) Sheila Mandernack, born 1955, married Scott Schneider.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-3-1) Jonathan Schneider, born 1982.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-3-2) Jennifer Schneider, born 1991.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-4) Pamela Mandernack, born 1957, married Stewart Patterson.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-4-1) Phillip Patterson, born 1982.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-4-2) Gregory Patterson, born 1984.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-4-3) Catherine Patterson, born 1987.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-4-4) Douglas Patterson, born 1990.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5) Barbara Mandernack, born 1958, married 1984 and divorced 1994 to Jeffrey Holmes (born 1955).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5-1) Jenna Holmes, born 1986.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5-2) Michael Holmes, born 1988.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5-3) Jason Holmes, born 1990.

                          Barbara married secondly in 1997 to Stephen "Steve" Tate (a MacGregor by ancestry). She is stepmother to Steve's two sons from his own previous marriage;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5-4) Mitchell Tate, born 1988.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-5-5) Spencer MacGregor Tate, born 1991.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-6) Daniel Mandernack, born 1960, married Laura Stapelman (born 1963).
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-6-1) Spencer Mandernack, born 1992.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-6-2) Ian Mandernack, born 1994.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-7) Susan Mandernack, born 1962, married 1981 and divorced 1984 to James Radak.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-7-1) Andrew Radak, born 1982.

                          Susan married secondly in 1988 to to Richard Munson.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-1-7-2) Lauren Munson, born 1989.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-2) Betty MacLean, married William Gilliland in the U.S.A.
                        They had at least two children, only one of which is identified so far;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-2-1) Deborah "Debbie" Gilliland, she married Robert Sontag.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-2-1-1) John Sontag.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-2-1-2) Thomas "Tom" Sontag.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-2-2) William Gilliland

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-3) Barbara MacLean, married James Mayer at Germany.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-3-1) Betsy Mayer.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-3-2) Jamie Mayer, married Judith.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-3-3-2-1) Martin Mayer.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4) James MacRae, born 1891, died 1979, married Joan Hunter, and lived at New Zealand.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-1) Edward MacRae, born 1921, died 1946.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2) Josephine MacRae, born 1923, married Denzil Warden.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-1) James Warden, born 1947, married Susane Hedrick.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-1-1) Genivive Warden, born 1975.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-1-2) Meredith Warden, born 1977.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-1-3) Ted Warden, born 1978.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-2) Charles Warden, born 1949, married Annette Bukser.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-2-1) Matthew Warden, born 1984.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-2-2) David Warden, born 1989.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-3) Sarah Warden, born 1952, married Michael Kishner.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-3-1) Hunter Kishner, born 1985.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-2-3-2) Paul Kishner, born 1992, died 1993.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3) Gillian MacRae, born 1925, married Hugh Owen.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3-1) Matthew Owen, born 1958, married Susanne Goodare.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3-1-1) David Owen, born 1989.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3-1-2) Nicole Owen, born 1991.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3-2) Rebecca Owen, born 1966, married Nicholas Schapper.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-4-3-2-1) Samantha Schapper, born 1999.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5) Kenneth MacRae, born 1892, died 1969, married Ella MacLean of Gairloch.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-1) Roderick "Roy" MacRae.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2) Helen MacRae, married Hugh MacLeod.
                        Their four daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-1) Henrietta MacLeod, born 1956, married Alistair MacDonald.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-1-1) Esther MacDonald, born 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-1-2) John MacDonald, born 1983.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-2) Isobel MacLeod, born 1957.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-3) Kay MacRae MacLeod, born 1963.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-2-4) Rhona MacLeod, born 1965.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3) Barbara MacRae, married John Ross.
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3-1) Judy Ross, born 1954, married George Brown.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3-2) Frances Ross, born 1955, married firstly to T. Byrne.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3-2-1) Scott Byrne, born 1972.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3-2-2) Jamie Byrne, born 1978.

                          Frances Ross married secondly to Nigel Fogg.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-3-2-3) Nathan Fogg, born 1985.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-4) Joan MacRae, married James MacBeth.
                        Their two daughters;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-4-1) Janie MacBeth, born 1952, married (?) Clyde.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-4-1-1) Zoe Clyde.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-4-2) Ella MacBeth, born 1953, married G. Miller.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-7-5-4-2-1) Darren Miller.

                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-8) Kenneth Mackenzie, born 16 May, 1864, died 1934, emigrated to New Zealand and married Annabella Wylie.
                    Their two daughters;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-8-1) Annabella Mackenzie, born 1902, died 1987.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-1-8-2) Willina Mackenzie, born 1904, died 1970.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2) Alexander Mackenzie, born 1793, married Catherine MacLeod from Ardmair (near Ullapool).
                  They had at least two children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1) William Mackenzie,
                    William Mackenzie, Inverness
                    from "Children of Kildonan"(301)
                    born 1851, died 1912, married Mary Mackenzie from Kingussie, InvernessShire (daughter of James Mackenzie and Elizabeth MacRae). Four of their children are noted at South Africa. Details on the children of this couple come from Sonia Mackenzie and the updated Gruinard Sheet(85)

                    In an email Sonia relates William's 1912 obituary states that;

                    "... he was educated at a private school at Kildonan, then at Ullapool and Inverness. He worked as a journalist in Glasgow from 1872 on, then as writer for the Court of Inverness from 1874-86. He was Secretary to the Crofters’ Commission from 1886 till the completion of its enquiries in 1895. William was the first member and Honorary Chieftain of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, Honorary President of the Glasgow branch and Fellow of the Canada group. William was a student of Highland History and Folklore and an author of some note."

                    The eight children of William and Mary;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-1) Alexander Mackenzie, a Doctor in South Africa, he married Elsie Forbes, and is noted as having four children.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-2) James Mackenzie, a Doctor in South Africa, married Ida (?) from Rhodesia.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-2-1) James Mackenzie.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-3) Elizabeth Mackenzie, married Nathaniel Caine of Cheltenham, and has children.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-4) Catherine Mackenzie, married George Clunie, noted as having two children.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-5) Elia Mackenzie, married to Jack Sweeney in South Africa with two children and died there.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-6) Jessie Mackenzie, died 1974.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-7) William Mackenzie, died young in 1907.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-1-8) Rosaleen Mackenzie, married to Cecil Sweeney in South Africa with children.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-2-2) Alexander Mackenzie,

                    born 14 October, 1853, died about 1927 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, married Mary Campbell, who had herself earlier emigrated to Canada (she was daughter of John Campbell from Gorstan-dubh, Islay) with no children. Often referred to as "Alexander of Coolmine Road" (he lived at 38 Coolmine Road, Toronto), his papers were said to have been deposited with the Ontario Archives in the 1930s, but not found in a search around 1972.(250) He was noted as serving on the Executive Committee of the Gaelic Society of Canada in 1915.(305) Various relatives of his have shared details from his correspondance that has greatly aided the construction of this chart.
                    Alexander Mackenzie of Coolmine Road

                    Alexander Mackenzie, Toronto
                    from "Children of Kildonan"(301)

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-3) Margaret Mackenzie, born 1795, married (?) Mackenzie from Ardessie.

              6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6) James Mackenzie, born about 1777 (birth year from Ben Mackenzie as 1777(200), and "c.1777" by Jean Morrison in the "Dictionary of Canadian Biography"(306)). James died 18 July, 1849 at Quebec. Like three of his brothers he was in the fur trade in Canada.

                Although in one way or another he continued in the fur trade from 1795 till his death, he also was involved in business ventures in Quebec. He purchased a home at Terrebonne (the seigneurie owned by his brother Roderick) in 1811, and moved the two sons he had with his "Country Wife", though in the fashion of the day, not the lady herself, likely that was Georges and Gregoire below. In 1815 at Terrebonne he was noted as acting with another North-West Company trader, John McDonald of Garth to dispossess some four hundred voyageurs from the rival Hudson's Bay Company from a local tavern, a heroic bar brawl!

                Louis Masson in his book "Les Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord-Ouest"(102) notes that James at his death in 1849 had two sons and two daughters living, and in 1889 when he wrote the book only the son Keith and daughter Catharine were still alive.

                His personal relations with the natives in the fur trade were sometimes described as "brutal", and somewhat disreputable.

                Descendant Guy Simard has provided a copy of the first page of a will James wrote in 1825, contemporary with his marriage to Ellen Fitzsimmons,(307) it notes a son from one woman and four daughters from another, however Guy and other descendants also name two sons of the second woman, probably the two sons Masson notes James brought to Terrebonne.

                The first noted partner of James was Josephte St.Germaine, in 1825 wife of Robert Taite of Pointe Fortune, Quebec. Likely she was a daughter of the fur trader Paul St. Germain, who was mentioned in James' journal and other sources.(308)
                Their son;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-1) William Mackenzie, in James 1825 will William is to inherit £500.

                The 1825 will of James notes four daughters from "Adelaide, an Indian girl, GrandDaughter of Snr LaValtrie". Guy Simard and other descendants notes Adélaïde as surnamed "Matshiragan", and give some ancestry for her. They also note two sons, likely born before the daughters;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-2) Georges Mackenzie.
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-3) Grégoire Mackenzie.
                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-4) Alexandriana “Alexandrienne” Mackenzie, born about January 1816.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-5) Christina Magdelena Mackenzie.
                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-6) Adélaïde Mackenzie.
                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-7) Ann Mackenzie.

                The book "Mackenzies of Ballone"(5) contains some details on the descent from James and his second wife as his grandmother Katherine had been a daughter of the third Laird of Ballone (though mistakedly noted in the book as daughter of the second Laird). The details credited to a family tree constructed by his grandson, Major-General MacDougall. James married 10 February, 1825 to Ellen, underaged daughter of Captain Thomas Fitzsimmons of the 7th Royal Fusiliers (died 19 October, 1850 at Quebec).
                Their eight children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-8) James Mackenzie.
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-9) Alexander Mackenzie.
                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-10) Donalda Mackenzie, died 26 November, 1866 at Ottawa, she was married 22 May, 1854 to Thaddeus Patrick.(309) Louis Masson in his book "Les Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord-Ouest"(102) notes a daughter of James Mackenzie, unidentified by name, "was married to Mr. Patrick, formerly Clerk of the House of Commons". Thaddeus Patrick is noted in the 1851 "Canada Directory" as "Clerk of Committees" in the Canada East Parliament.(310) He is noted as a 61 year old Widower in 1876 at Kingston (son of William Poyntz and Elizabeth Patrick) at his remarriage to Rachel Earls.(311) Rachel herself is widowed in the 1881 census at Ottawa.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-11) Charles R. Mackenzie, born about 1835, died 22 October, 1865 at Ottawa, Ontario.
                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12) Catharine Augusta Mackenzie, born 25 November, 1840, died 21 January, 1931 aged 91, residing then with her daughter Margaret.(312) She married Captain Duncan Macdougall of the 79th Highlanders. In the 1881 census she is Widowed with her children James and "Margratt" at Kingston, Ontario, age listed as 42, and in 1901 with the family of her daughter Margaret, that census giving her birth date and year.
                  Their three children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-1) Duncan Macdougall, born 1858, died 1862.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-2) James Charles Macdougall, born 16 July, 1863, died 30 January, 1927 at Hamilton, Bermuda. A Cadet in the 1881 census, likely at the Kingston Royal Military College, he rose within the army to rank of Major-General, leading the first Canadian Expeditionary Force at Shorncliffe in WW1. He married 22 October, 1889 at St.James Cathedral in Toronto to Hanna Josephine Hawke.(313) Living at Hamilton, Bermuda at death of his mother. A family tree he drew up was the source used in "Mackenzies of Ballone" to show descent of this line from James of Keppoch.

                    As Brigadier-General in WW1, MacDougall had command of training of all Canadian troops in Britain, and separately in command of all Canadian troops, but politics interfered with smooth operations, and much of his war was spent fighting with the Minister of Militia and with other Generals to make clear the line of command.(314)

                    In 1918 at time of the death of their son Ian they are listed with home address as "The Roxborough Apts., Laurier Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario".

                    Their two sons;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-2-1) Keith Widner Alleyn Macdougall, born 1 August, 1890, like his father and grandfather he entered the army, noted as Lieutenant with the No. 2 Company of the 16th Infantry Battalion of the First Contingent of the Canadian Army in 1914, and retiring with rank of Major. At time of composing of "the Mackenzies of Ballone" he was living at Wilmot House, Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C., at time of death of his grandmother he was resident at Halifax, Nova Scotia. The "Major Keith W.A. MacDougall Memorial Bursary" is awarded by the University of Victoria annually to a deserving undergraduate student in need of assistance who is majoring in French and who is interested in continuing studies in the field.(315) His engagement to Mary Adelaide Ogilvie of Victoria, B.C., formerly of Toronto and Kingston, Ontario (daughter of Colonel and Mrs G. Hunter Ogilvie) was announced 13 August, 1941 in the Vancouver Sun.(316)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-5-12-2-2) Ian Duncan Macdougall, born 23 May, 1894, died 17 October, 1918 at Ottawa. He was a Sapper with the Canadian Signal Training Depot of the Canadian Signal Corps in Ottawa, Ontario at time of death, and is one of five WW1 soldiers buried at St. James's Cemetery across the Ottawa River in Hull, Quebec. Presumably unmarried, as his parents were listed as next of kin.(274)

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3) Margaret A.S. Macdougall, born 3 August, 1865, listed as "Margratt" in the 1881 census, she married in 1888 to Alexander King Kirkpatrick (born 14 April, 1861 to Alexander Sutton Kirkpatrick, a lawyer who was himself a son of Thomas Kirkpatrick, the first Mayor of Kingston. Alexander King Kirkpatrick's mother was Louisa King who died before the 1881 census), Alexander K. Kirkpatrick was a 20 year old "cadet" in the 1881 census at Kingston with his father and two siblings.(317) in the 1901 census this family is at Kingston, Ontario.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-1) Alexander Keith Macdougall Kirkpatrick, born 18 April, 1889 at Chatham, Ontario, unmarried at the home of his mother in his 1915 WW1 Attestation Paper, living at Windsor, Ontario in 1931 at time of death of his grandmother.(312)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-2) Louisa Kirkpatrick, born 30 October, 1890, married Captain Cecil Clare Adams (born 23 February, 1891 at London, England to Harry Percy Adams and Cicillia Clara Staddon).(318)

                      The St.Thomas Journal in St.Thomas Ontario 29 May, 1917(319) records the marriage of this couple, differing with "Mackenzies of Ballone" it spells her forename as "Louise". She is noted as living at Chatham, England, at time of death of her grandmother in 1931.(312)
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-2-1) Harry Adams.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-2-2) Sybil Adams.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-2-3) George Adams.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-3) Sybel Kirkpatrick, born 16 January, 1898, married to J.C. Murchie and living at the city where her mother's obituary was published. Not certain, but given the martial history of the family, it is likely the husband was the "John Carl Murchie, CBE", (born 7 June, 1895 at Edmundston, New Brunswick, died 5 March, 1966 at New York City). Murchie held a leading role in the Canadian WW2 military, from 1940, and serving as vice chief of the Canadian General Staff from 15 May, 1942 to 2 May, 1943, when he became chief as Lieutenant General from 3 May, 1942 to his retirement 2 May, 1946. He retired to New York City.(255)
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-12-3-4) George Kirkpatrick, born 18 October, 1899, living at Toronto, Ontario at time of death of his grandmother in 1931.(312)

                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-13) Keith Mackenzie, died 30 January, 1890. In 1889 Louis Masson noted Keith as "employed by the Hudson's Bay Company in the Straits of Hudson's Bay". Pretty certain that was the post at Rigolet, there is a photograph in the collection of Memorial University, Newfoundland of a group of people at Rigolet in 1887, including a "Mrs McKenzie", and Keith McKenzie of the "HBCo".(321) Rigolet, first Hudson's Bay Company Post in Labrador, is located on the north side of the narrows at the entrance from Gros Water Bay into Lake Melville. An index to "Rigolet inward correspondence" in the Hudson's Bay Company Archives includes sometime between 1841 and 1875 "a copy of a marriage certificate between Keith McKenzie and Margarate Ann Lane as well as a recipe for pickling fish."(322) The HBCo Archives say Keith became an employee in 1864, served "at Mingan, Fort Lampson and Davis Inlet before being promoted to the position of junior chief trader in 1877. In 1887, he was promoted to the position of chief trader."

                  Noted as a legendary strongman of the HBCo, the May 1922 edition of the Beaver Magazine(323) says of him;

                  McKenzie was six feet six inches tall. His house was but five feet nine inches in length. As he objected to being coiled up like a snake while he slept, he sawed a hole in the wall and nailed a packing case on the outside to accommodate his feet. McKenzie could lift a 56 pound weight with his little finger and holding it at arm's length could write his name on the wall.

                  There is note of death of a son of Keith Mackenzie at Rigolet 8 November, 1880 of "les maladies infantiles".(324)

                  Not certain, but there might be a descent from Keith at Rigolet in people noted in WW1 Records; a biography of John Shiwak "Inuit hunter, trapper, and soldier" born and raised at Rigolet(325) notes him as "close friend and former trapping companion" of William McKenzie of Rigolet, that William dieing shortly before his own death 20 or 21 November, 1917 in France as a Private in the First Battallion of the Newfoundland Regiment (at that time Newfoundland was not yet part of Canada, so his Attestation papers are not in the Canadian WW1 database). The CWGC database(274) notes William's death as also on 20 November, 1917, and his next of kin as his mother, "Mrs. Jane McKenzie, of Sandbank, Hamilton Inlet, Labrador". Rigolet is also at Hamilton Inlet.

                  There is a photograph of Private William McKenzie at That page includes copies of some correspondance, noting his birth had been 1 January, 1894 and letting be known his father had been Finley James McKenzie, his mother Jane was maiden surname Woolfrey. Jane died in the Spanish flu epidemic November 1918, leaving two sons and two daughters, one of those, "Mrs Mary LeMear", received the estate of her brother William, pay owed from service in the Regiment to the amount of $10.42 in June of 1925. The local Hudson's Bay Company post was much involved in support of Widow Jane and her family, though it is not known yet if her husband Finley James had been a Company employee.

                7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-14) Ellen Mackenzie.
                8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-6-15) Harriet Mackenzie, probably this is the 35 year old Harriet Mckenzie two households away from her widowed sister Catharine in the 1881 census at Kingston.

              7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7) Henry "Harry" Mackenzie, born about 1781, likely at Achnaclerach, Contin Parish, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, died 28 June, 1832 at Montreal.

                Henry MackenzieHe married 23 May, 1815 at Williamstown, Glengarry, in what is now Ontario to Anne Bethune (born 22 May, 1786 at Charlottenburg, Upper Canada, died 3 May, 1835 at Cobourg, Upper Canada), Anne's father the Rev. John Bethune was the Minister at their wedding.(326) Anne's brother Angus Bethune, a fur trader, was married to Louisa MacKenzie, a daughter of Henry's older brother, Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne, they are in this chart above at 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-2.

                Henry was described as "seigneurial agent, fur trader, merchant, jp, militia officer, and office holder".(327) He is said to have died from cholera, caught while tending a victim who had collapsed at his gate.(328)

                They had thirteen children, only two surviving to adulthood;(327)

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-1) John Bethune Mackenzie, born 29 April, 1816, christened 4 June, 1816 at St.Gabriel Church, Montreal, likely died young.
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-2) Roderick James Mackenzie, born 14 May, 1823, christened 19 May, 1823 at St.Gabriel Church, Montreal, died 27 July, 1823 at Montreal.
                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-3) Simon MacTavish Mackenzie, born about 1825 in Quebec, unmarried in the 1881 census at Montreal with occupation listed as "Gentleman". Still alive in 1889 when Louis Masson wrote the book "Les Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord-Ouest".(102)
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4) Catherine Veronica Mackenzie, born 19 September, 1826 at Montreal, christened 16 October, 1823 at St.Gabriel Church, Montreal, died 3 October, 1894 at Toronto, married 19, October 1854 at St. James Anglican Church (latterly Cathedral) in Toronto to Frederick Phipps Stow (born at Dover, England, died February 1878 at Toronto). Minister at the wedding, following the pattern set by her parents, was a family member; in this case John Bethune, D.D., Dean of Montreal,(330) Catherine's maternal uncle. Catherine is gt-gt-grandmother of David Ford, who has forwarded the following data on his descent from her. Some details of descent of this family also come from a "WorldConnect" family tree submitted 13 March, 2006 by "J.C. Mielko", and from original registrations researched by Jamie Simmons. An 1869 business directory notes Frederick Phipps Stow as a stockbroker resident on Jarvis Street.(331)

                  Descendant David Ford notes Catherine was six when her father died, nine when her mother did, she was then adopted by her uncle Donald Bethune, who ran a shipping line on the Great Lakes. From 1842 she was educated at the Theological School at Cobourg, a school for boys run by Alexander Neil Bethune, another uncle, learning Latin and Greek in an age when that was quite unusual, especially for girls.

                  Children of Catherine and Frederick;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1) Mary Helen Stow, born 24 July, 1855 in Ontario, married 4 November, 1882 at Toronto to William Arthur Shutt, an accountant (born 21 February, 1855 at London, England to W. D. and Charlotte Shutt). Gt-grandson David Ford notes of William;

                    "...was educated at Merchant Taylors' School, and was the Chief Clerk of the Consumer's Gas Company; the modern equivalent would be Chief Financial Officer. He was treasurer when they built St. Clement's Eglington, parish church of the Rosedale district in Toronto."

                    The 1901 census shows them with four children at Toronto;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1) Helen Veronica "Vera" Shutt, born 11 January, 1884 at Toronto, father's occupation as "Clerk", married 17 October, 1906 at Toronto to Arthur Lorne Ford (born 6 October, 1880 at Belleville Ontario to Joseph Henry Ford and Katherine Johnston), Arthur a civil engineer and graduate of the University of Toronto. Grandson David Ford notes of Vera;

                      "...was a very early woman graduate of the University of Toronto, where she went through on scholarship, won by dint of coming first in her year every year she was there."

                      Grandson David Ford notes of Arthur;

                      "...Among other things, he was government inspecting engineer on the building of the western section of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, later valuing it for takeover by the federal government, and latterly the Superintendent of Banff National Park, until he ran afoul of the newly elected Prime Minister, R. B. Bennett, who fired him. They eventually had to retire him, as there was no cause for dismissal."

                      They had two sons;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1-1) Kenneth Rosny Ford, born 15 January, 1908 at Toronto, married 1945 to Ethel Evelyn Atkins, no issue.

                        Nephew David Ford notes of Kenneth;

                        "...He was a civil engineer, in charge of building all the advanced airports for the Canadian army as they advanced through Belgium and Holland in WW2 - about one every three weeks. He built the Aquacourt at Radium Hot Springs: He was also in charge of building the Trans Canada Highway through the National Parks, and designed the current version of the road running from Radium to Jasper: "

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1-2) Alan Wilsdon Ford, born 10 August, 1911 at Prince Rupert, B.C., noted as the second white child born there. Married 1947 to Kathleen Mary Fenner, a librarian, with degrees from Kings College London and McGill University.

                        David Ford notes of his father;

                        "...He contracted diabetes when he was fourteen, about three years before insulin was discovered, and so led a rather limited but quite courageous life. He collected a medal from the Joslin Foundation for surviving fifty years with the disease. He was one of the first few dozen to receive it."

                        Alan and Kathleen had one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1-2-1) David Alan Ford, born 10 September, 1949, married 9 July, 1975 to Nancy Elizabeth Wilkinson, Director of Deacons for the Diocese of British Columbia, and Dean of Tolmie. David notes he spent his career as a provincial civil servant, working in various ministries, mostly Finance, in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia, he has provided much of the research on his ancestor, Henry Mackenzie, including a very informative article to the Clan MacKenzie Canada Newsletter.
                          David and Nancy have two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1-2-1-1) Elspeth Veronica Ford, born 13 May, 1977 at Regina Saskatchewan, a medical office assistant, and engaged to Kevin Potvin, who manages computer operations for ( )
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-1-2-1-2) Nigel Alan Ford, born 14 July, 1982 at Victoria, B.C. Father David notes Nigel has just finished his advanced training as a paramedic.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-2) Mildred Cawthorne Shutt, born 23 June, 1886, married 16 August, 1911 at Toronto to William Henley Humphries (born about 1875 to Frederick Humphries and Fanny Talbot).
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-3) Herbert MacKenzie Shutt, born 23 July, 1889 at Toronto, father's occupation as "Clerk".
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-1-4) Donald Bethune Shutt, born 27 July, 1893 at Toronto, Ontario, died June 1973, married 25 May, 1922 in Wellington County to Greta Mary Crowe, (born 1890 or 1891 to Lieutenant Colonel Charles Robert Crowe and Edith Bowden Skinner of Guelph Ontario, died March 1977). At Guelph he was a noted bacteriologist, "one of the first three microbiologists in the country", and she was a noted teacher, journalist, and founder of the Guelph Historical Society.(332)

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-2) Ann Bethune Stow, born 1857 or 1858 in Ontario, died 1 March, 1883 at Toronto. "Anny" in the 1881 census.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-3) Ruth Stow, born about 1859 in Ontario.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-4) Emily Stow, born about 1860 in Ontario.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-5) Arthur Stow, born 13 February, 1862 in Ontario. In the 1901 census this family was at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Arthur's occupation noted as accountant.
                    Their children as of the 1901 census;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-5-1) Arthur Frederick Stow, born 21 March, 1891 at Winnipeg, mother noted as "Maud Jones".
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-5-2) Emilie Marguerite Stow, born 25 December, 1892 at Winnipeg, mother noted as "Maud Lythe". She is listed as "Margarete" in the 1901 census.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-5-3) Thomas Oliver Stow, born 21 March, 1895 according to 1901 census, or 21 October, 1894 according to birth registration at Winnipeg. The birth registration notes his mother as "Maude Lytle Jones". At his 1914 enlistment into the Canadian Army he was unmarried, living at Winnipeg. His WW1 arttestation papers note his occupation then as "Clerk", and his month of birth as October.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-5-4) Gracy Stow, born 1 September, 1896.

                    Jamie Simmons who has provided the details on this family thinks Maude died, probably in childbirth of Grace, and then Arthur remarried to Elizabeth (surname not yet known, born 19 February, 1862 in Ontario), who is with him and three of his children in the 1901 census.

                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-6) Charles Stow, not present with the family or elsewhere in the 1881 Canadian census, perhaps he died young?
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7) Julia Frances Bethune Stow, born 27 August, 1867 at Toronto, "Fanny" in the 1881 census, died 27 May, 1896 at Cedarburg, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, her daughter Frances noted as born that same year, so probably the death was in childbirth. She married 27 March, 1892 at Chicago, Illinois to Dr.William P. McGovern (born 14 October, 1858 at the Town of Rhine Sheboygan, Wisconsin, died 23 March, 1916 at Cedarburg).
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1) Catharine Helen McGovern, born 23 January, 1893 at Cedarburg, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, died 29 December, 1967 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, married 27 July, 1921 at Milwaukee to Ovid Bernhard Blix (born 13 April, 1890 at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, died 29 March, 1958 at Milwaukee).
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1-1) Patricia Louise Blix, born 3 August, 1922 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, married 30 June, 1945 at Milwaukee to Robert John Schmidt (born 22 August, 1922 at West Bend, Wisconsin).
                        Their children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1-1-1) Linda Carol Schmidt.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1-1-2) Cynthia Ann Schmidt.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1-1-3) John Robert Schmidt.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-1-1-4) Bonnie Catherine Schmidt.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-4-7-2) Frances McGovern, she is nine years old in the 1905 census at Cedarburg, so born about 1896, the year her mother is noted as dieing.(333)

                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-5) Matthew Bell Mackenzie, born 14 July, 1828, christened 9 August, 1828 at St.Gabriel Church, Montreal, likely died young.
                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-7-6) (son) Mackenzie, born 18 August, 1830, christened 26 October, 1830 at St.Paul Church, Montreal, likely died young.

              8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8) Donald Mackenzie, born 16 June, 1783 at Achnaclerach, died 20 January, 1851 at Mayville, Chautauqua County, New York.

                He followed his brothers to Canada in 1801 and into the fur trade. He is subject of the book "King of the North-West"(215), and gt-gt-grandfather of Sprague Benjamin "Ben" MacKenzie who has provided much of the details on descendancy that follow.(334) Further details come from the "Clan MacKenzie" database,(335) the Dictionary of Canadian Biography,(336) and emails from Liane Kennedy, who is researching the Wadin family and the fur-trade.(337)

                Donald MackenzieSources note Donald took first in 1812 at Fort William in what is now Ontario, as his "country wife", Mary Wadin McKay, daughter of Alexander McKay and Margaret Wadin, Liane`s research suggests 1817 a more likely year. Mary`s father Alexander is much noted, he was from a United Empire Loyalist family, and became a partner of John Jacob Astors in the Pacific Fur Company where he was responsible for leading the portion of the voyage that went by sea aboard the Tonquin and founded Fort Astoria. That trading mission ended a disaster with massacre August, 1811 at Clayoquot Sound. Liane notes "It was said that they killed McKay first out of respect for him".

                Mary`s mother Marguerite also had an interesting history, much tied in to others in this chart, Liane notes;

                Marguerite was cast off by McKay about 1808. They had been living in Sault Ste Marie and as per the custom, Marguerite was left with a relative, in this case her nephew Angus Bethune [also one of the Astorians] who was married to Louisa Mackenzie [Donald Mackenzie`s neice]. Marguerite and Angus were only about five years apart in age and he, Mckay, and McLaughlin were all close friends. McLaughlin had fostered his son, Joseph, by his first country marriage, with the Bethunes. And he met Marguerite in their home.

                Marguerite Wadin remarried to Dr. John McLaughlin "considered to be the father of Oregon".

                Liane explains Donald "cast off" Mary;

                a perfectly acceptable way of ending a country marriage. This is different from the "abandonment" that occured to Matsookie when McTavish returned from England with an Englsih wife. The ending of the two relationships should not be seen in the same light. Mary's marriage to William was likely arranged by Donald and he most likely had to pay her dowery to Sinclair. This too was the traditional way of handling the end of a country marriage.

                That next husband for Mary was William Sinclair Jr, (son of William Sinclair and Margaret Nahovway). The eldest daughter of Mary and William was Catherine Sinclair who married Francis Ermatinger, and whose own daughter Frances is probably the "Fanny Ermatinger" referred to in a 1972 audiotape by Donald Mackenzie's grandson, Thomas H. Eddy.(250)

                Astoria, as it was in 1813

                Donald Mackenzie and Mary Wadin McKay had three or possibly four children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-1) Rachel Mackenzie, born 1818 in the west (Oregon?), died 12 February 1844 at Mayville. She married about 1840 in Mayville to Thomas R. Peacock (born 8 September, 1812 to Absalom Peacock and Jane Nicholson, died 11 November, 1846).(338)
                  They had at least one child;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-1-1) Frederick McKenzie Peacock, born 1843 at Mayville, died 12 December, 1869.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-2) Caroline Mackenzie, born 1821 in the west (Oregon?), died 1846 at Mayville of consumption.(339) She lived at Mayville and married there 1844 to "a son of Sandy Langwell". My assumption is that the unnamed husband was her first cousin Roderick Mackenzie, below at 2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8, that fellow with his known, later, wife named a daughter "Donalda Caroline".
                  Caroline and Roderick had two children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-2-1) (child) Mackenzie, born 1844 at Mayville.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-2-2) (child) Mackenzie, born 1846 at Mayville.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-3) Donald Mackenzie, born 1823 in the west (Oregon?). After his mother remarried he and his sisters lived at Mayville with their father, till at age 19 he left, possibly went to St. Louis, or South America.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-4) John Mackenzie, born 1825 in the west (Oregon?), Ben notes John's existance is in doubt and the birth year uncertain, he writes;

                  "?This person is only mentioned a few times, Adelgonde does not include John in her family records of births. She does include the other three"

                  My guess is the son of the Hudson's Bay Company Govenor, George Simpson, born 1829 and named "John Mackenzie Simpson" was raised for awhile by Donald Mackenzie and his wife upon being abandoned by his father in 1830. No evidence to support the guess yet.

                As Donald Mackenzie's native wife appears to have died before he became Govenor of the Red River, he hired an 18 year governess for his children, Adelgonde Humbert Droz.

                He married secondly 18 August, 1825 at Fort Garry to Adelgonde.

                Adelgonde was born 6 June, 1807 at Reynault, in the Berne Canton of Switzerland, to Alphonse Humbert Droz and Louise Elizabeth Sein, she died 6 May, 1882 and buried at Mayville. When Donald and family retired to Mayville thet took Adelgonde's parents, who are also buried there.

                The author Jennifer S. H. Brown in her book "Strangers in Blood"(340) transcribes from a letter Donald wrote 25 June, 1827 from Red River to his old friend Wilson Price Hunt regarding Adelgonde;

                People here are very rigid in such matters, and it became me to hold a good example. I therefore possess a piece of very live furniture upon my premises. The lady is a person out for this country by a series of reverses --- the daughter of a Swiss gentleman on the commissary department --- She is well informed and possesses strong intellects, but you are not to think she is a muse for wit. Much thought of as to looks but is anything except a paragon for beauty, of mild and easy simplicity of manners --- expert with her hands in all that females are accustomed to perform on the continental parts of Europe from the bonnett to the slippers. She is strict and exemplary in her conduct, the acknowledged model of the sex in this quarter, industrious, studious, devout, never missing a sacrament by any chance --- sings psalms, gets whole strings of hymns by heart and prays and meditates by herself in lonely places by moonlight. She is going on twenty years of age. She has gained upon the estimation of everyone and for my own part I esteem her also in consideration of her habit taciturnity for you may rely upon it that nothing can give greater comfort to a husband than the satisfaction of having a wife that is nearly mute.

                Their thirteen children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5) Jamima Mackenzie, born 9 July, 1827 at the Red River Colony (today Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada), died 1925 and buried at Lackawanna, Erie County, New York. She lived at Buffalo, and was married there to Donald McDonald, a photographer.(341) By the 1880 census she was a Widow at Buffalo with five unmarried children (that census notes the father of the children had birthplace as "Canada").
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-1) Donald MacDonald, born about 1853, unmarried with his mother and four siblings in the 1880 census with occupation as "Clerk In Store".
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-2) Alexander A. MacDonald, born 1854, unmarried with his mother and four siblings in the 1880 census with occupation as "Laborer".
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-3) Adelgonde MacDonald, born 1858, died 1925, 24 years old and unmarried with her mother and four siblings in the 1880 census with occupation as "Music Teacher".
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-4) Etta MacDonald.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-5) William MacDonald, born about 1859, 21 years old and unmarried with his mother and four siblings in the 1880 census with occupation as "Clerk In Store".
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-6) John H. MacDonald, born 1862, died 1944, 16 years old and unmarried with his mother and four siblings in the 1880 census with occupation as "Clerk In Store".
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-5-7) Charles MacDonald, born 1868, died 1871.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-6) Catherine Mackenzie, born 27 February, 1829 at the Red River Colony (today Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada). In the 1880 census she was unmarried with her Widowed mother and three siblings at Chautauqua as "Cattarina". She died 6 November, 1902 at Mayville, and was buried there.
                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-7) Roderick Mackenzie, born 25 August, 1830 at the Red River Colony (today Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada). In the 1880 census he was unmarried with his Widowed mother and three siblings at Chautauqua as " Rodrick". He died 1908 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, New York and is buried at Mayville.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-8) Noel Simpson Mackenzie, born 25 December, 1831 at the Red River Colony (today Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada). Looks certain his first name was given as he was born Christmas day, and the middle name to honour George Simpson, Govenor of the Hudson's Bay Company, at the time he was living at Fort Garry where Donald was Govenor of the Red River Colony (son Cecil noted Noel's godfather was Simpson). In the 1880 census Noel was unmarried with his Widowed mother and three siblings at Chautauqua. He is buried at Mayville. He married Helen Davis.
                  They had at least one child;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-8-1) Cecil Walter Mackenzie, born about 1862 at Newport, Kentucky (his wife notes him in the 1940 census as born in New York), died 1948, married Ida May Moore (born about 1870 in Canada). In the 1940 census they are at Inglewood, Los Angeles, California, noted as having been in the same house in 1935.

                    Cecil did a massive study of the history of his grandfather Donald MacKenzie, and genealogy research on Donald's descendants, published in 1937 as "Donald MacKenzie,`King of the North-west'".(215) It is interesting that among his research he contacted his cousin Louis Mackenzie in Montreal, a gt-grandson of Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne, who was a brother of Donald. Louis is in this chart at 2-1-4-3-2-1-2-7-5-1
                    Cecil and Ida had at least one child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-8-1-1) Donald Mackenzie.

                Between the births of children Noel and Fennella this Mackenzie family moved to Mayville, New York;

                The MacKenzie home at Mayville, N.Y.,
                from article "The Last Days of Donald MacKenzie",
                by Ernest Cawcroft with photographs by C. A. Moon

                Sometime during the next few decades in the early years of photography a Dageurrotype of Donald and Adelgonde at Mayville was done;

                Donald and Adelgonde,
                from article "The Last Days of Donald MacKenzie",
                by Ernest Cawcroft with photographs by C. A. Moon

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9) Fennella Mackenzie, born 29 July, 1834 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 22 January, 1886 at Brighton, Ohio and buried there. She married in 1857 to Ernest G. Pupikofer, a Doctor.
                  Their five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-1) Josephine Pupikofer, born about 1869, died 5 April, 1871 age listed as 2 years.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2) William Thomas Pupikofer, married Louise Kohlman.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1) Ernest Carl Pupikofer, born 1894, married 1918 to Lydia Hulda Heinrichs (born 1894, died 1979).
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1) Jean Carol Pupikofer, born 1920, married Warren Augustus Briggs (born 1921).
                        Their children;(??)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-1) David Warren Briggs, born 1950.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-2) Daphne Lynne Briggs, born 1951, married 1974 to John Ruggiero.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3) Deanna Jean Briggs, born 1957, married firstly in 1981 to Terrence Schneider.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-1) Sarah Renee Schneider, born 1981.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-2) Julia Deanna Schneider, born 1984, died same year.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-3) Terrence Michael Schneider, born 1985.
                            His son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-3-1) Brady Lee Schneider, born 2014.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-4) Elizabeth Julia Schneider, born 1987.
                            Her son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-1-3-4-1) Nathaniel Ethan Boyt, born 2008.

                          Deanna Jean married secondly to Thomas William Cechowski (born 1966).

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-2) William Thomas Pupikofer, born 1921, died 1982, married 1945 to Bonnie B. Atchison (born 1917).

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-2-1) James Craig Pupikofer, born 1945, married 1968 to Sandy Tweedie.
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-2-1-1) Ryan Pupikofer, born 1982.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-2-1-2) Jared Pupikofer, born 1984.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-2-2) Karen Louise Pupikofer, born 1957, married 1977 to Rick Rukowsky.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3) Joyce Adele Pupikofer, born 1922, married 1945 to Robert Boden (born 1922).
                        Their five children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3-1) Pamela Jean Boden, born 1946.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3-2) Phyllis Boden, born 1946 (twin of Pamela?).
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3-3) Neil Morgan Boden, born 1949.
                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3-4) Patricia Joyce Boden, born 1950.
                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-1-3-5) Thanya Boden, born 1954.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-2) Lois Pupikofer, born 1896, married William Smith.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-2-1) Mary Louise Smith, born 1916, married Charles Cook.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-2-2) Roderick Smith.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-2-3) Janet Smith.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-2-2-4) Barbara Smith.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-3) Katherine Pupikofer, married (?) Hohn.
                    Their son;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-3-1) Carl Hohn.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4) Blanche Pupikofer, married in 1882 to Linus A. Phelps.
                    Their three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4-1) Ada Phelps.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4-2) Orie Phelps.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4-3) Frank Phelps.
                      He had at least one child;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4-3-1) Jean Phelps, married (?) Blaylock. She notes in an email;

                        "I am a direct descendant of Donald Mackenzie and have told stories to my children and grandchildren all their lives."

                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-4-3-1-1) Jeanne Blaylock, married Dallas Grubbs, lives in Virginia.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-5) Elizabeth Pupikofer, married (?) Rogers.
                    Their three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-5-1) Charles Rogers.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-5-2) Fennella Rogers.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-9-5-3) Rosebelle Rogers.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-10) Alexander Mackenzie, born 16 January, 1836 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 22 August, 1889 and buried at Mayville. He married 29 March, 1865 at Corry, Pennsylvania to Celestina H. Ellsworth (born 1846 in New York State). They are at Corry in the 1880 census with three of their children.
                  Their four children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-10-1) Donald MacKenzie, born 1866.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-10-2) Louis MacKenzie, born 1868, died 1954.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-10-3) Adelgonde "Adele" MacKenzie, born 1873, died 1966.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-10-4) (son) MacKenzie.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11) Alice E. Mackenzie, born 14 November, 1837 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 1917, and was buried at Mayville. She married in 1862 to Byron Ellsworth (born 1831, died 1905). The 1880 census has this family with three of the children at Corry, Erie, Pennsylvania, Byron noted with occupation as Lawyer.
                  Their four children (Ben notes five);

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11-1) Frederick Mackenzie Ellsworth, born 1868, died 3 June, 1939 at Corry Pennsylvania, buried at Mayville.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11-2) Ammy Ellsworth, born 1873.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11-3) Eleanor Louise Ellsworth, born 1877, noted as "Louise" in the 1880 census, lived at her mother's home in Corry, Pennsylvania, till she died in 9 April, 1953, and was buried at Mayville.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11-4) (son) Ellsworth.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-11-5) (son) Ellsworth.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-12) Henry Mackenzie, born 25 September, 1839 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 1910, and was buried at Mayville, in the 1880 census he was unmarried at Mayville. His nephew Thomas H. Eddy says he lived at Flatbush, New York City and was President of the Log Locomotive Works there.(250) An 1896 report of a court case notes he was then "of Mayville, N.Y." and President of the White Locomotive Works, "the main offices of which are at Buffalo, N.Y."(342)
                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13) William Peacock Mackenzie, born 16 June, 1841 at Chautauqua, New York, died 27 August, 1917 at Corry, Erie, Pennsylvania and was buried at Mayville. He married 31 January, 1878 to Locadia Ida Barnhart (born 8 November, 1857 at Dewittville, Chautauqua, died 30 March, 1922 at Jamestown, Chautauqua, and was buried at Mayville).

                  William P. Mackenzie and his son Donald at the MacKenzie home at Mayville, N.Y. in 1912,
                  from article "The Last Days of Donald MacKenzie",
                  by Ernest Cawcroft with photographs by C. A. Moon

                  William was a good friend of his younder sister Donalda's husband, Oakman Sprague Paine, descendants of William to this day in his honour often use "Sprague" as a middle or first name (as noted by his gt-grandson. Ben Mackenzie, whose own full name is "Sprague Benjamin Mackenzie")

                  William and Locadia had two sons;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1) Henry Sprague MacKenzie, born 16 May, 1879 at Dewittville, died 15 January, 1947 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, and buried at Mayville. He married 6 October, 1907 at Friendship, Allegany, New York to Amy Polly Covey (born 1879, died 19 October, 1960 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, buried at Mayville).
                    Their nine children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-1) William S. MacKenzie, born 21 May, 1906 at New York (city or state not clear), died 15 September, 1916 and buried at Mayville.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-2) Elizabeth MacKenzie, born 21 May, 1907 at Friendship, Allegany, New York, died 21 May, 1907, buried at Mayville.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3) John Donald MacKenzie, born 14 June, 1909 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, died 9 January 1977 at Westfield, Chautauqua, buried at Mayville. He married in May 1931 to Laura Rose Van Craen (born 6 May, 1908 at Coal City, Grundy, Illinois, died 26 February, 1972 at Westfield, buried at Mayville).
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1) Conradine Rose MacKenzie, born 25 September, 1933 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, died 23 April, 1985 and buried at Mayville. She married firstly to Frederick William Olson.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-1) Lorene Anne Olson, born 1954, married first to Brian Scriven, and secondly in 1979 to Derek MacLean Davey.
                          Children of Lorene and Derek;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-1-1) Seamus MacLean Davey, born 1979.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-1-2) Shiloh Mackenzie Davey, born 1980.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-1-3) Brittany Laura Davey, born 1982.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-1-4) Austin Anne Davey, born 1988.

                        Conradine Rose Mackenzie married secondly to Rudolph Thadeus Dzus (Ross). Rudolph was born 1923 and died 1982.
                        Their eight children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-2) Frank Donald Dzus (Ross), born 1955, married firstly Lou Ann Mobilia, and later divorced.
                          Children of Frank and Lou Ann;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-2-1) Kelly Rochelle Henry, born 1977.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-2-2) David Allen Henry, born 1979.

                          Frank married secondly to Lorraine Hoesel.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-2-3) Amanda Marie Dzus (Ross), born 1984.

                          Frank married thirdly to Gretchen Bennice.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-2-4) Abigail Mackenzie Dzus (Ross), born 1991.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-3) Thomas Edward Dzus (Ross), born 1957, he married firstly to Rebecca Sue Robinson, and later divorced.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-3-1) Steven Dzus (Ross), born 1979.

                          Thomas married secondly to Gesilda (?).
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-3-2) Christine Gail Dzus (Ross).

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-4) Douglas Allen Dzus (Ross), born 1958, married Paula Thompson.
                          Their daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-4-1) Brittany Christine Dzus (Ross), born 1987.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-4-2) Sunye Renee Dzus (Ross), born 1988.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-5) James Michael Dzus (Ross), born 1960, married firstly to Susan Diane Corbett, and later divorced.
                          Their child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-5-1) Atreyu Michael Dzus (Ross), born 1986.

                          James married secondly to Jennifer Ayn Campbell.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-5-2) Joshua Logan Dzus (Ross), born 1991.

                        5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-6) Patrick Joseph Dzus (Ross), born 1962, married Susan Diane Corbett (presumably the same Susan who was first wife of his brother James).
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-6-1) Martin John Dzus (Ross), born 1988.

                        6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-7) John Robert Dzus (Ross), born 1964, died 1990, married Tammy Rumschlag.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-7-1) Ryan Robert Rumschlag, born 1985.

                        7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-8) David Allen Dzus (Ross), born 1966, married Tracy Dearing.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-8-1) Christopher Allen Dzus (Ross), born 1988.

                        8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-1-9) Christine Jean Dzus (Ross), born 1967, died 1982.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-2) Lt.Col. John Joseph MacKenzie, born 1943, married 1965 to Donna Lee Newton.
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-2-1) Kimber Laurie Mackenzie, born 1966, married in 1993 to John Leo Hauck.
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-3-2-1-1) Cassandra Mackenzie Hauck, born 2002.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-4) Alexander MacKenzie, born 29 May, 1910, died 10 June, 1910 and buried at Mayville.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-5) Henry B. MacKenzie, born 22 January, 1912, died 24 February, 1912 and buried at Mayville.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-6) Droze A. MacKenzie, born 3 November, 1913. died 7 May, 1923 and buried at Mayville. Though noted as a boy, the name with initial is reminiscent of "Adelgonde Droz", wife of Donald the furtader, an ancestor of this child.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-7) Locadia Ruth MacKenzie, born 14 October, 1914 at New York (city or state not clear), died 1 August, 1984 at Jamestown, Chautauqua, and buried at Mayville.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8) Sprague Alyn MacKenzie, born 1917 at Hartfield, Chautauqua, died 22 June, 2001 in Ohio, married firstly in 1940 to Helen Marie Graper (born 1917, died 1969).
                      Their two sons;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1) Sprague Benjamin "Ben" MacKenzie, born 1943, married in 1965 to Marlene Kay Shoup (born 1943). Ben is source of most of the data in this chart on the descendants of his ancestor, Donald Mackenzie the fur trader.
                        Children of Ben and Marlene;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1) James Alyn MacKenzie, born 1968, married in 1993 to Maria Jane Warner (born 1957).
                          Their five children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1-1) Hannah Maria MacKenzie, born 1994.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1-2) Jeremiah James MacKenzie, born 1995.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1-3) Cecilia Ruth MacKenzie, born 1996.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1-4) Farren Kathleen MacKenzie, born 1998.
                          5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-1-5) Eliza Jane MacKenzie, born 2000.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-2) Jonathan Sprague MacKenzie, born 1972, married in 1995 to Bree Anne Brown (born 1976).
                          Their children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-2-1) Kimberly Kay MacKenzie, born 1997.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-2-2) Emily Diane MacKenzie, born 1999.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-2-3) Joshua Benjamin MacKenzie, born 2001.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-2-4) Whitney Bree MacKenzie, born 2004.

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-1-3) Christine Marie "Christy" MacKenzie, born 1982, married 11 August, 2007 at Boise, Idaho, U.S.A. to Tyler John Garrett (born 19 March 1982).

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2) Robert Alyn MacKenzie, born 1953, married 1975 to Carole Doraine Hutchison (born 1955).
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-1) Stacey Marie MacKenzie, born 1973, married firstly and since divorced to James Brian Rodgers (born 1969).
                          Their daughter;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-1-1) Kaitlyn D'ni Rodgers, born 1994.

                          Stacey married secondly in 1996 to Evan Lee Cantrell (born 1976).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-1-2) Summer Ann Cantrell, born 1996.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-1-3) Elizabeth Leigh Cantrell, born 1996 (twin of Summer?).
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-1-4) Spencer Isiah Cantrell, born 1998.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-2) Christopher Alyn MacKenzie, born 1977.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-3) Steven Andrew MacKenzie, born 1979, married (?).
                          His son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-3-1) Andrew Cassius Dean, born 1997.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-4) Kevin Alexander MacKenzie, born 82, married Kelley Rose Mayer.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-8-2-4-1) Kadin Alexander Mackenzie, born 2005.

                      Sprague Alyn MacKenzie married secondly in 1970 to Rachel Marian Secrest (born 1916, died 1997)

                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-9) James Irving MacKenzie, born 29 January, 1920, died 16 December, 2002 and buried at Mayville, married firstly to Evonne Holmes. Ben MacKenzie notes of his Ùncle;(343)

                      Uncle Jim had a really high IQ, he graduated high school at 15 at Mayville, went to then state teachers college, completed his degree in four years, and was teaching school at age nineteen. He left teaching and ended up with the General Adjustment Bureau (Insurance Adjusters) as head of training for their entire company, working out of New York City and living in New Jersey. Also, in WW II, Jim was a bombardier on B-17's flying out of Africa against Hitler's forces in Italy and Germany. He was the only one of his original crew who was not killed or wounded. He was awarded the U.S. Air Medal with 9 Oak Leaf Clusters. After the War he stayed in the reserves for a while and achieved the rank of Major, when he died, he was buried in uniform.

                      He was the keynote speaker at our son James' Eagle Scout Court of Honor. During his talk he stated that there are at times evil leaders of countries in the world, his generation had to deal with Hitler, but he also stated "It will happen again ... and you'll have to deal with the person". This was in 1985, before Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden was even known here. Then when it came time to present our son with his Eagle medal, with our son on the stage with Uncle Jim, Jim told him at the podium;

                      "Before I give you your Eagle award, I want to give you something else" as he reached into his suit pocket, "I want to give you my own Eagle award presented to me 50 years ago"

                      And Uncle Jim gave James his Eagle medal, earned 50 years earlier. This was so precious, and not anticipated by anyone present at the ceremony.

                      Clipping from Ben MacKenzie

                      Jim and Evonne`s son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-1-9-1) Victor Carter MacKenzie, born 1945, died 25 May, 2009 at Austin, Texas, married 1 March, 1984 to Kathleen Jane Gleason (born 24 February, 1949 atPittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Thomas Joseph Gleason and Mary Jane McDonough)

                      James married secondly in 1958 to Betty Jean Haggie (born 1925).

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-13-2) Donald MacKenzie, born 1893 at Dewittville, died 1956, lived in his father's house and married Laura Wise (born 1892, died 1959).

                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14) Donalda Mackenzie, born 24 June, 1843 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 27 February, 1900, and was buried at New York City, New York. She married in 1866 at Mayville to Oakman Sprague Paine (born 11 February, 1838 at Sandford, Maine, died 8 November, 1891). Oakman was a surgeon with a distinguished Civil War career, rising to position of Lieutenant-Colonel.(344)

                  Oakman was a good friend of Donalda's older brother, William Peacock Mackenzie, descendants of William to this day in his honour use "Sprague" as a middle or first name (as noted by Ben Mackenzie, whose own full name is "Sprague Benjamin Mackenzie"(344)) Most of the details that follow come from Ben and also descendant Sharp Swan, (below). A fascinating group, Sharp's ancestry includes several interesting lines of ancestry besides the Mackenzies.

                  Daughter of Donalda and Oakman was;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1) Mary Louise Paine, born 1 January, 1870 at New York City, died 8 October, 1936, at Baltimore Maryland, Buried in Woodlawn Cemetary in New York City. She married firstly at Lake Mahopac, New York, 22 August, 1895 to Henry Tilden Swan (Henry was a gt-nephew of Samuel Jones Tilden who Govenor of New York from 1874 to 1876 and the 1876 Democratic Party Candidate for President, losing by one Electoral College vote.(345))
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1) Henry Tilden Swan, born 9 December, 1898 at New York City, died 15 October, 1983 at Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York. A military man who served in WW1 he was later noted in the 1925 "Official National Guard Register" as a Second Lieutenant in the Service Battery Company at Peekskill, New York, Regiment as "69 FA Brig, 156 FA". In later family records he was referred to as "Col. Henry Tilden Swan, III". He married in 1924 to Sarah Robinson (daughter of Dr. Charles Alexander Robinson, Headmaster of the Peekskill Military Academy).

                      In 1905 Sarah's father had established Camp Pok-O-Moonshine at Willsboro in the Adirondak Mountains of New York, one of the earliest camps in that district. In 1946 at his death of Henry and Sarah took over. The camp remains in family hands, and has expanded several times over the century since founding, becoming co-ed in 1967 under the title "Camp Pok-O-MacCready" with over 300 campers annually.

                      Henry and Sarah had at least two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-1) Hank Swan, noted in the 2004 Pok-O-MacCready Newsletter as a speaker at the 100th anniversary of the camp, "first son of Colonel Henry Tilden Swan and Sarah Robinson Swan".
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2) John Sharpe "Jack" Swan, Sr, Owner and President of the family's Camp in the Pokonos since 1963. His bio on the Camp's website reads;

                        "Jack’s energy and passion for camp is unrivaled. Having spent his entire life at Pok-O, Jack has naturally worked in virtually every capacity. In the past, he also served as a teacher, lecturer and college recruiter. When not working at, or thinking about camp (which is rare), Jack, 46er #267, can be found buried in a history book. He lives in Willsboro, just across from the 1812 Homestead, another of his major projects."

                        Jack and his wife Ramona's three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2-1) Margaret Swan, born about 1951, married (?) Reinckens. She has been a staff member at the fanily camp since 1967, currently acting as Partner and Consultant. She and her husband have three sons and one daughter, all of whom have worked at the family camp, one of the sons identified there on the current staff register;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2-1-1) Chris Reinckens, a Councillor at Camp Pok-O-MacCready, and also a student at college in Connecticut.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2-2) John Sharpe "Sharp" Swan, Jr, Executive Director of Pok-O-MacCready since 2002, "having held almost every other position at camp", he and his partner Wendy Sayward live at Essex, New York, where as well as spending time running the family camp he has a construction and renovation company, "Cloudsplitter Carpentry". Wendy is a Registered Nurse abd Professor of Nursing, she is Health Director of the family camp, noted there as "architect of the current Health Services Department at Pok-O-MacCready, generally considered the very best in the Adirondacks".
                          Their children include;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2-2-1) Meighan Swan,

                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-1-2-3) David Swan, married Angela, noted in 2004 as living at Mexico City with two children.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-2) Donald Mackenzie Swan, born about 1904, noted as deceased in the 2008 obituary of his half sister Adele. It looks likely he had at least one child(346);

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-2-1) Donald Mackenzie Swan, Jr, born 1929, a lawyer at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, admitted to the bar in 1954.

                    Mary married secondly in 1909 to Samuel Rinehart Cohill. The Ancestral File database(347) has some info on Samuel, partly conflicting... it says he was born 11 January, 1881 to Edmund Pendleton Cohill and Mary Ellen Rinehart, and died 14 March, 1953. The conflicting info is in showing him married first 21 January, 1910 to "Lou", and secondly to "Mary", that data does not agree with the 1910 birth of daughter Adele to Mary and Samuel.

                    Daughter of Mary and Samuel;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-3) Adele Marise Cohill, born 25 October, 1910 at Hancock, Maryland, died 7 May, 2008, at Williamsport, Maryland,(348) she married 20 July, 1935 to Ralph Hanks Donnelly (born 6 March, 1910 at Brooklyn, New York to James Alfred Donnelly, died 4 November, 2003). Presumably her name honours her ancestor, Adelgonde. She was a founding member of Hancock Historical Society, equestrian into her 70s, and besides the great amount of volunteer work she did was with her husband and their Corvair Monza a rally car enthusiast! I suspect she would have enjoyed perusing this file.

                      A webpage archived from 2002 by "R. Hank Donnelly"(349) contains details on the descent from Adele that confirm and expand on details from her obituary.
                      Adele and Ralph's son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-3-1) Ralph Hanks "Chip" Donnelly, Jr., born 29 March, 1941 at Baltimore, Maryland, died 8 June, 1968 and buried at St. Paul's Cemetery, Clear Spring, Maryland. He married 22 February, 1964 at Georgetown Methodist Church, Washington, D.C. to Karen Ruth Randlev.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-3-1-1) Ralph Hanks "R. Hank" Donnelly, III, born 9 October, 1964 at Westminster, Maryland. He married 28 April, 1996 at "The Lyman Estate", Waltham Massachussetts to Julie Sue Drucker (born 1 February, 1959 at Detroit, Michigan to Morton J. Drucker and Phyllis Diane Levett), they are noted in his grandmother's 2008 obituary as then resident at Falls Church, Virginia.

                          Dr. R. Hank Donnelly is a much respected and published (18,400 websites note him!) research astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics;

                          "he studies the formation of clusters of galaxies to learn more about the formation and evolution of structure in the universe."(350)

                          Not just with head to the stars (har har), he works on "improving science education and literacy and brings astronomy to elementary and middle school classrooms through Project Astro, as well as teaching undergraduate astronomy at Harvard University", also noted as "an outdoor enthusiast and he enjoys playing lacrosse and scuba diving".
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-3-1-1-1) Maeve Rahel Donnelly, born 15 November, 1998 at Newton, Massachusetts.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-14-1-3-1-1-2) Erik Gavriel Donnelly, born 25 September, 2001 at at Newton, Massachusetts.

                7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15) Adelgonde "Ella" Mackenzie, born 22 December, 1844 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York (notes herself in the 1900 census as born December 1852), died 1911 and was buried at Rochester New York. She married firstly in September, 1873 to Arthur Alan Smith (born 1834, died 1878) with no recorded children(200), and secondly 22 June, 1882 at New York City to Thomas H. Eddy (died 1897) with four recorded children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-1) Francis L. "Fanny" Eddy, born November 1884, died 15 January, 1971.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2) Thomas H. Eddy, born 3 June, 1886, died 1978. In 1972 he recorded a three hour audiotape about his grandfather and other relatives (noted then as the last known living grandchild of a "Nor-Wester", a partner of the North-West Fur Company that merged in 1821 with the Hudson's Bay Company).(250) He married Alice (born 1894).
                    Their five children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-1) Thomas H. Eddy, born 1918, died 15 March, 2002, married Alice Riley, assistant vice-president of the Lincoln Rochester Trust Company, living at Rochester, New York in 1972.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-2) Alice Eddy, born 1920, died 20 September, 2007, married to John A. West, president of Westlex Corporation, Manchester, New York. Alice and John in 1972 were living at Honeyoe, New York, and had journeyed to Scotland shortly before then.
                      Their two daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-2-1) Patricia Eddy West, born 1947, married twice, divorced twice.
                        Her daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-2-1-1) Sophie Mei West, born 23 September, 1998 in China, and was adopted 2000 by Patricia.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-2-2) Libby West, born 1960.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-3) Virginia Eddy, born 1922, married to Paul Carl, noted as living at Rochester in 1972 and 2009.
                      Their two sons;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-3-1) John MacKenzie Carl, born 1956.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-3-2) Jeffrey James Carl, born 1960.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-4) John MacKenzie Eddy, born 1930, died 1953 in a car accident returning from service in the Korean War.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-2-5) Martha Jear Eddy, born 1932, unmarried in 1972, at home of her brother Thomas in Rochester.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-3) Adelgonde C. "Adele" Eddy, born April 1888, alive in 1972.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-15-4) Donnie R. "Donny" Eddy, a daughter born July 1890, alive in 1972.

                8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-16) Celestia Mackenzie, born 24 January, 1847 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 17 February, 1852, and was buried at Mayville.
                9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-8-17) Humberston Mackenzie, born 26 March, 1849 at Mayville, Chautauqua, New York, died 6 December, 1886 at Chautauqua, and was buried at Mayville.

              9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9) Alexanderina Mackenzie, born December, 1787 or 1789 at Achnaclerach, died 6 May, 1878 at Shipton, Quebec and buried at the St. Andrews Cemetery, Melbourne. She married in 1812 to her second cousin, Alexander Mackenzie of Langwell, (born 1784 to Thomas Mackenzie, IV of Langwell, and Catharine Robertson, Thomas was formerly noted as III of Langwell). Alexander died 28 December, 1841 at Melbourne, Quebec. See Alexander below with his family at 2-1-4-3-3-1-2

                Some details of Alexanderina and Alexander's family are given in the Parish Register. Also the database of Diane MacKenzie(351). Other details, sometimes conflicting with Diane, sometimes adding data, are in the Clan MacKenzie database.(199)

                From those three sources the family of Alexander and Alexanderina appears as follows [sources of data in square brackets];

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-1) Mary Mackenzie, born 1813 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool), died 20 June, 1896 at Melbourne, Quebec. Kathy Hunter, a descendant of the Langwell Mackenzie family, says Mary married firstly to (?) Macdonald with at least one child, Myrna McNaughten notes the husband was "Captain Kenneth MacDonald of Clarendon" in Jamaica.(352)

                  The Parish Regster of Saint Dunstan, Stepney, in London, notes the marriage of Kenneth MacDonald to Mary MacKenzie 21 November, 1833 I think that was this couple, the church was known to be popular with seamen. Kenneth in the registration noted as a Widower, and the couple does not looked to have lived in the area as the marriage was by licence and there are no other mentions of them in the register.

                  Details on Kenneth Macdonald are sparse, Margaret Burrill notes in a 2012 email;(353)

                  "Mary (MacKenzie) MacDonald married an army officer, Kenneth MacDonald, [SNIP]. They were stationed at Glamoral Castle. [SIC] Kenneth was sent off to Jamaica to "quell the blacks". He was killed by a poisoned arrow. His body was returned to Scotland in a vat of alcohol. Mary (MacKenzie) and Kenneth MacDonald had a boy, Alexander MacDonald, and a girl, Catherine Mary MacDonald. The fatherless family came to Canada with Mary (MacKenzie) MacDonald's parents, in the 1830's, settling in Melbourne, Quebec."

                  Mary`s first husband, Kenneth MacDonald, had first been married to her aunt, Catherine Mackenzie, with a daughter Catherine Mary born at Jamaica and brought to Melbourne with Mary, see Catherine below at 2-1-4-3-3-1-8

                  The two children of Mary MacKenzie and Kenneth MacDonald were;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-1-1) Alexander Macdonald, was in the 1851 census (done 1852) aged 17 so born about 1835. However, the following email, 26 May, 2006 from Marris Lucas suggests birth year of 1829-30... Marris includes;

                    about Alexander McDonald, grandson of Alexander and Alexanderina:

                    As said before his business failed and my great grandfather John lost $1000 as his share of the business. I have no idea as to the type of business and am presuming it was in Melbourne, Quebec. I have tried to find any information for Melbourne, Australia, just in case it all happened here, but with no success. What has me wondering if Alexander came out to Australia was a shipping record I found:

                    Ship,"Oneco" of Dusbury, 640 tons,
                    Lewis Petersen, Master,
                    from New York, U. States, 27th Oct, 1852.
                    Bound for Port Phillip, Australia.
                    Touched at Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope 11th Jany. 1853.
                    Passenger, A. McDonald, age 23, farmer; last place of residence: Canada;
                    where born: Jamaica; where destined: Australia
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-1-2) Christian Macdonald, born about 1836, 16 years old in the 1851 census (done 1852) at Melbourne. Some record her as "Curstiann", the 1851 census appears to me as "Cristiann", the usual spelling in Lochbroom records was "Christian", a common west coast female name, often with dimunitive of Chirsty or Christy.

                  Kathy Hunter says the Parish Register of Melbourne notes Mary Mackenzie was Widowed (Joan Mackenzie notes "Kenneth died in South Africa and his body was shipped home in a vat of alcohol") and in 1844 remarried to William McLeod, a merchant of Shipton, no children noted. She inherited the family farm when her father died in 1841 and in 1874 sold it. Kathy Hunter notes from family letters;

                  "In 1874 sold farm to man named Gawn of Isle of Man and lately from Australia. This man made his fortune in New Zealand and in 1875 was building a barn that cost over $1000"

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2) Isabella "Belle" Mackenzie, there is some disagreement in sources regarding her christening date, either 20 March, 1814, or 20 March, 1817. Looking at the O.P.R. that second date does not show, but the first does, two daughters christened 20 March, 1814 to father "Mr Alexr McKenzie Junr Ullapool". There is an unnamed daughter christened 11 May, 1817, possibly the first Isabella died young and that unnamed child in 1817 was given her name.

                  Isabella died 1874, and was married October 1841 at Melbourne, Quebec to Andrew Armstrong (born at Ireland, likely son of the couple in the next Household in the 1851 census, James and Rose Armstrong). Kathy Hunter notes after Isabella's death though the family talked of going to Oregon they resettled at Lowell, Massachusets.
                  Their nine children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-1) Alexander Armstrong, born 1845 in Canada (though 10 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne), noted in an 1875 letter as married and living at Windsor, Ontario, though his daughter Alice is noted as born that year in Michigan, U.S.A. He married Elizabeth (?) (born 1850 in Canada with parents both born in England)(354) The 1880 census has the family at Detroit, Michigan, with two children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-1-1) John Armstrong, born December 1868 in Canada, married Rachel F. (surname currently not known, born June 1868 in Canada with father born in Canada, mother born in Ireland). Both John and Rachel noted in the 1900 census at Masonville Township, Michigan, as immigrated to the U.S.A. in 1888, in the 1910 they are at Green Bay, Wisonsin, with John noted as immigrating 1891, and occupation as "Real Estate Agent".
                      The 1900 and 1910 censuses note a daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-1-1-1) Lillian E. R. Armstrong, born October 1897 in Michigan State.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-1-2) Alice Armstrong, born 1875 in Michigan. Likely her forename was a dimunitive of "Alexanderina".

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-2) James Armstrong, born about 1843 (8 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne).
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-3) Mary Armstrong, born about 1845 (6 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne)
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-4) Daniel Armstrong, born about 1846, (5 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne), died 1872-1875.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-5) Roderick Armstrong, born about 1847, (4 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne), died 10 June, 1875.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-6) Jemima Armstrong, born about 1849, (2 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne)
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-7) Henry Armstrong, born about 1849, (2 years old in the 1851 census at Melbourne)
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-9) George Armstrong, likely born after the 1851 census, died 1872-1875.
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-2-9) Jesse Armstrong, likely born after the 1851 census.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-3) Barbara Mackenzie , christened 20 March, 1814 at Ullapool [OPR] Not in later records, probably died young.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-4) Thomas Alexander Mackenzie, born 15 May, 1815 at Ullapool, christened there 28 May, 1815, died 28 February, 1888 at Summerville, Oregon, USA. [birth and death dates from memorial inscription photographed by Kathy Hunter, christening date from OPR] By 1844 he was married to Rachel (?) at Melbourne when they witnessed the marriage of his older sister Mary. In the 1880 census at Summerville, Union County, Oregon he is listed as a Farmer, marked as divorced, living with the family of his brother Roderick (below). A 4 May, 2006 email from Marris Lucas says Thomas married twice, the first wife pre-deceasing the second, a 6 May, 2006 email includes the detail that the second wife was a widow. Kathy Hunter says his first wife was Rachel.
                5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-5) Alexander Langwell "Sandy" Mackenzie, born 1818 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool), died 29 March, 1885 at Danville, Illinois, USA. [Diane and Clan MacKenzie] Sonia MacKenzie notes his wife as "Susannah Sloane". Kathy Hunter notes Susannah as born in Ireland, the marriage was 29 March, 1847 at Melbourne, Quebec, and that on death of Sandy the children moved to Berlin, New Hampshire
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-5-1) James A. Mackenzie, born 2 January, 1849, died between 1871 census (where?) and an 1875 letter by his father.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-5-2) Robert Sloane Mackenzie, born 2 April, 1852, noted in the late 1880s as living with his sister Jessie at Berlin, New Hampshire, Kathy Hunter notes thinks he died 1920, but not sure.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-5-3) Jessie Mackenzie, born 2 January, 1855.

                6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-6) Margaret Macaulay Mackenzie, born 13 June, 1821 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool), died 22 December, 1880 at Cleveland County, Richmond, Quebec. [Diane and Clan MacKenzie] According to an 1874 letter from her niece Catherine, Margaret's husband was named "Balone Mackenzie", and had died some years before.

                  Kathy Hunter gives Margaret's husband as Alexander Mackenzie, birth year 1810, death date 1869, marriage 8 March, 1844 at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Melbourne. He likely descended from the Ballone Mackenzie family of Lochbroom, and called "Balone" to distinguish him from the other Alexanders such as descendants of the Langwell and Corrie familys. The letter also says she had "only three of a family, two daughters and a son", which agrees with the 1881 census at "Cleveland, Richmond & Wolfe, Quebec".(176)
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-6-1) Ann Mackenzie, born 14 January, 1845, died pre 1874.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-6-2) Alexander B. "Alick" Mackenzie, (likely the initial "B." stood for "Ballone") born 8 February, 1846 in Quebec, died 30 March, 1930 at Cleveland Township, Richmond County, Quebec and buried nearby at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Dennison's Mills, witness of his death registration was "M. K. Mackenzie", likely his second cousin once removed, "Melbourne Keith". He was unmarried in the 1901 census with his two younger sisters at Cleveland.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-6-3) Hannah Mary Mackenzie, born 5 May, 1852 in Quebec, died 8 December, 1929, she was unmarried in the 1901 census.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-6-4) Jessie Alexina Mackenzie, born 6 May, 1858 in Quebec, unmarried in the 1901 census, Kathy Hunter notes she was alive in 1943.

                7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-7) Donald Mackenzie, born 1823 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool). [Diane only]
                8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8) Roderick Mackenzie, born 1823 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool), died 6 June, 1899 at Enterprise, Oregon, USA. [Diane and Clan MacKenzie] The 1880 census has him listed as a Farmer, aged 61 years old (suggesting birth year about 1819), with his wife, brother Thomas, and children at Summerville, Union County, Oregon.

                  As a youth he was put in the care of his uncle Donald Mackenzie at Mayville, while there he married his cousin Caroline 1844, Caroline died 1846 of consumption after birth of two children, she is in this chart above at 2-1-4-3-2-1-8-2.

                  One of Roderick's children with his second wife was named "Donalda Caroline" likely to honour the first wife.

                  Roderick's wife in the 1880 census is named as "Fredrica", 50 years old, born at Prince Edward Island, with father's birthplace not noted and mother born in Canada, the 1871 census notes her background as "German". Sonia MacKenzie notes his wife as "Frederica Holland", Kathy Hunter notes her as "Frederica C. M. Holland".
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8-1) Fannie H. Mackenzie, born 26 January, 1862 at Melbourne, Quebec, Kathy Hunter notes "married Presbyterian minister and living in Washington in 4-1888?"
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8-2) Donalda Caroline Mackenzie, born 2 February, 1863 at "Richmond, B.A.", likely refers to Richmond County in Quebec, "British America", which includes Melbourne. In the 1880 census listed as "Music Teacher".
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8-3) Augusta Mathilda Mackenzie, born about 1865 in Canada, in the 1880 census listed as "At School".
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-8-4) Frederick Alexander Mackenzie, born 1 April, 1868 in Canada, in the 1880 census listed as "At School". Kathy Hunter notes "he was unmarried and worked as a musician at Hotel Georgia, Vancouver, Died in mid 1940s". That hotel is at Vancouver, B.C.

                9. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-9) James Mackenzie [Clan MacKenzie only]
                10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10) John Alexander Mackenzie, born 22 August, 1827 in Ross & Cromarty, likely at Ullapool, christened there 17 December, 1827, died 23 March, 1888 at Nathalia, Australia, noted as "killed".

                  John went to Canada with his family as a child, then as a young man emigrated to Australia from New York City aboard the ship "Columbia", arriving at Geelong 1 April, 1854. He marrried 29 July, 1868 at St.Patricks Church, Kilmore, Victoria, Australia to Anastasia Mooney (born 1845 at Kilmore to James Mooney and Mary Ryan(355), she died 3 April, 1932 and is buried at Kyabram in Australia).

                  It is interesting that John visited his aunt Adelgonde at Mayville, New York and possibly went to school there, presumably that visit was before the emigration to Australia.
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-1) Alexandrina Louise Mackenzie, born 1870 at Glenaroua, Kilmore, Victoria, Australia, died 1935, buried at Victoria.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-2) James Mooney Mackenzie, born 1871 at Glenaroua, Kilmore, Victoria, Australia, buried 1899 at Victoria. Marris Lucas sends the following excerpt from a book written by Isabel Dobson in 1980 titled "Naringaningalook-meeting of many waters".

                    "James died aged 26, the result of a ploughing accident. Striking exceptionally hard ground, he stood on the plough to give it more grip. The plough struck a stump and James was thrown violently on his back. He burst a blood vessel that night and never recovered. He died after 10 months of indifferent health. He had been a prominent footballer in the district and had been accepted for entry into the Police Force."

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3) Thomas Alexander Mackenzie, born 1873 at Dargalong, Murchison, Victoria, Australia, died 17 March, 1928 at Kyabram, Victoria and buried there. He married firstly 25 November 1908 at St Augustine's Catholic Church, Kyabram to Elizabeth Annie Hawking (born 1892 at Rushworth, Victoria, died 9 July, 1911 at Kyabram). Thomas was a farmer, later a butcher.(356)
                    Children of Thomas and Elizabeth;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-1) Anastasia "Ann" Mackenzie, born 1909 at Victoria, Australia, married at Australia to Jack Rafferty and lived at Glenroy. She was a school teacher.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-1-1) Gavin Rafferty. Has one girl and two boys.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-1-2) Carmela Rafferty, born in Australia, married in Australia to Barry Smythe, has three sons.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-1-3) Janine "Jan" Rafferty, born in Australia.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-1-4) Felicity Rafferty, born in Australia, married in Australia to Trevor Cockayne.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-2) Mary Mackenzie, born and died in 1911.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-3) Bessie Mackenzie, born 1911 at Victoria, Australia, died 1948 and buried at Victoria, Australia. She married before 1945 at Victoria to Len Lucas of Kyabram.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-3-1) Peter Lucas, born 1945 at Victoria, Australia, died 1948 and buried at Victoria.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-3-2) Marris V. Lucas, born 1948 in Australia, researcher of much of the data in this chart on the descent of Alexander Mackenzie and Alexanderina Mackenzie.

                    After the 1911 death of Elizabeth Thomas married secondly 26 November, 1914 at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Kyabram, Victoria to Catherine Cahill (born 25 July, 1894 at St Arnaud, Victoria, died 1977 at Tongala, Victoria).
                    Their children:

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4) Annie Mackenzie, born 1913 at Echuca, Victoria died 11 August, 1972 at Shepparton, Victoria, married John Coupar Wilkinson (a farmer & carrier) 1934 in Victoria.
                      Their children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4-1) John Wilkinson.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4-2) Roy Wilkinson.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4-3) Patricia Ann Wilkinson.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4-4) Shirley Wilkinson.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-4-5) Ronald Wilkinson.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-5) Doris Margaret Mackenzie, born 15 August, 1915 at Kyabram, Victoria, died 13 November, 1990 at Kyabram, married 1941 in Victori to Charles Henry Howard (a plasterer & concretor).
                      Their Children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-5-1) Beverley Howard.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-5-2) Nola Howard.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-6) John "Jack" Mackenzie, a labourer, born 19 April, 1917 at Kyabram, Victoria, died 2 August, 1978 at Kyabram, married in Victoria to Iris Lorraine King.
                      Their Children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-6-1) Graeme Mackenzie.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-6-2) Jennifer Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-6-3) Judith Mackenzie.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-6-4) Kay Mackenzie.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7) Thomas Alexander Mackenzie, a stock and station agent and auctioneer, born 15 October, 1919 at Kyabram, Victoria, died 5 July, 2005 at Cohuna, Victoria, married in Victoria to Joyce Tickell.
                      Their Children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-1) Geoffrey Thomas Mackenzie, born 22 July, 1946.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-2) Kathryn Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-3) Robert Mackenzie.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-4) Thomas Mackenzie.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-5) Murray "Jock" Mackenzie.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-7-6) Suzanne Mackenzie.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8) Isabel Robinson Mackenzie, born 15 August, 1923 at Kyabram, Victoria, married in Victoria to James Edgar Gleeson (a charcoal burner and railway sleeper cutter).
                      Their Children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-1) Wendy Gleeson.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-2) Barbara Gleeson.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-3) Linton Gleeson.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-4) Marie Gleeson.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-5) Paul Gleeson.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-8-6) Hayden Gleeson.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9) Donald Roderick Mackenzie, a government postal manager, born 19 October, 1926 at Kyabram, Victoria, married 26 January, 1952 at St Augustine's Catholic Church, Kyabram, Victoria to Joyce Elaine Ward.
                      Their Children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-1) Karen Maree Mackenzie, born 1 January, 1954 at Cohuna, Victoria, married 3 May, 1975 at Parkdale, Victoria to Mark Bernard Wilton. They live at Melbourne, and their researches have added many details on this and the generations preceeding.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-1-1) Nicholas Mark Wilton, born 15 August, 1979 at Frankston, Victoria, married 9 April, 2011 at Melbourne to Naretta Elizabeth Lawton.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-1-2) Erin Kate Wilton, born 21 March, 1982 at Frankston, Victoria.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-2) Susan Therese Mackenzie, born 9 June, 1957 at Stawell, Victoria, married 7 January, 1978 at Mordialloc, Victoria to Michael John William Smith (b. 19 Aug 1952 in Melbourne, Victoria).
                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-2-1) Paige Katherine Smith, born 4 August, 1981 at Melbourne, Victoria.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-3) Gary Donald Mackenzie, born 31 August, 1965 at Mordialloc, Victoria, married 28 March, 1987 at Brighton, Victoria to Nicole Peta Carswell (born 19 January, 1966 at Melbourne).
                        Their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-3-1) Ryan Alexander Mackenzie, born 17 November, 1991 at Sandringham, Victoria.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-3-9-3-2) Luke William Mackenzie, born 16 August, 1994 at Sandringham, Victoria.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-4) Mary Ellen Mackenzie, born 1876 at Dargalong, Murchison, Victoria, Australia, died 1877 of croup and bronchitis and buried at Victoria.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-5) Isabella Robertson Mackenzie, born 1878 at Kaarimba, Victoria, Australia, buried 1 November, 1968 at Victoria. She attended Naring West school where she became the Sewing Mistress, and later held the same position at Naring East.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-6) Edward John Mackenzie, a labourer & farmer, born 1880 at Kilmore, Victoria, died 1949 at Echuca, Victoria, and buried at Victoria, married 1924 in Victoria to Mary Ellen Walsh, with no children.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-7) Donald Roderick Mackenzie, a farmer, born 1882 at Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, died 1958 at Echuca, Victoria and buried in Victoria, He married 1922 in Victoria to Catherine Walsh.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-7-1) Catherine Mackenzie.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-7-2) Edward Mackenzie.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-7-3) Myra Mackenzie.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-7-4) Donald Francis Mackenzie.

                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-10-8) Simon George Mackenzie, born 1884 at Kaarimba, Victoria, Australia, died 1905 and buried at Victoria.

                11. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11) Jessie Mackenzie, born 1831 in Ross & Cromarty (likely at Ullapool), died 1873. Marris Lucas notes for Jessie that she married Calvin Percival, and died in California. Marris writes;

                  "We presume she died in the 1860's but we now do not have any death date or burial place. Her children Alexina and Frank were both born in California. Her husband married again, another Langwell, and from family letters his health was extremely poor in the 1870's. I have no death date/place for Calvin either."

                  Sonia MacKenzie notes the husband as "John Percival", and the 1900 census of Jessie and John's son Frank states John was born in Vermont.

                  Children of Jessie and Calvin;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-1) Alexina Percival, born in California. Kathy Hunterr notes "called only daughter of Jessie. was wealthy. Lived in Nevada City, Nevada County, California? After husband's death became mentally unbalanced." She also notes Alexina married George Grizzel .
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-2) Frank Percival, born January 1857 in California, died in California before the 1920 census, married about 1893 to Emily (forename in 1910 and 1920 as "Emma", her surname not yet known, she was born June 1864 in California to father born in Illinois and mother born in Ohio). Frank's occupation in 1900 is reads as "Concrete Worker", in 1910 as "cement worker". Kathy Hunter notes the family survived the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, but lost all property.

                    The 1900 census at Brooklyn Township, Alameda County, California has them with four children, three of them still with them in 1910 at San Fracisco;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-2-1) Jesse Percival, ("Jessie" in 1910), a son born March 1884 in California, in 1910 unmarried with his family at San Francisco, occupation as "Peddlar".
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-2-2) Hazel Percival, born January 1888 in California, not with the family in the 1910 census.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-2-3) Lawrence Percival, ("Laurence" in 1910), a son born March 1896 in California.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-1-9-11-2-4) Dorothy Percival, born June 1898 in California, unmarried with her Widowed mother Emma in the 1920 census at San Francisco.

              10. (2-1-4-3-2-1-10) Jane Mackenzie, first wife of the Merchant Alexander Mackenzie Senior of Ullapool (born about 1786 to John Mackenzie and Margaret, maiden surname MacAulay, died 1 November, 1862 at Ullapool, Informant his son Thomas from his second wife). That Alexander is referred to by one source as "Alexander MacKenzie otherwise called Tutor",(45) and I think it likely he had responsibility for the business interests of William Mackenzie, son of Alexander of Achnaclerach's eldest son Murdoch till William reached majority. Such "Tutor" positions normally went to relatives, and as Murdoch had no living brothers in Scotland at time of his death it would be natural for the position to go to a brother-in-law. Alexander and William are noted in many sources as in business together, and as Tacksmen of Badenscallie and Achiltibuie from 1829, when William would have been a lad of seven years.

                William and Alexander were referred to as "Messrs MacKenzie, Merchants at Ullapool", also known as "MacKenzies of the Post Office". They are referred to by some writers, such as John Prebble in his book "Highland Clearances"(357), as brothers, clearly technically wrong, though possibly a carryover expression from when Alexander was in business with William's father Murdoch; his brother-in-law. Regardless, little is known of Jane, other than the note of her as wife of Alexander on her memorial stone, and her date of death as 5 August, 1831.(358)

                Alexander's second wife, Isabella Mackenzie, and their children, are also in this chart, above at 2-1-4-3-3-1-7.

                Jane and Alexander had at least one child;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-1-10-1) Margaret Mackenzie, christened 16 August, 1810, father noted as "Alexander Mackenzie Senr Ullapool", not yet identified in later records.

            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2) James Mackenzie, born July 1753 at Achiltibuie, died 21 April, 1799 at Trois Rivieres, Quebec. He married 9 April, 1780 at Williamstown in Canada (now in the Province of Ontario) to Helen MacDonnell (some sources name her as "Mary"), daughter of Allan McDonnell of Lundie. Minister at the wedding was the Rev John Bethune, a man tied into the family as a son married a daughter of James' nephew, Roderick of Terrebonne, and a daughter married a nephew, Henry Mackenzie. (Bethune was also noted as first Presbyterian Minister of Montreal).

              James became a prominant merchant at Trois Rivieres, and served there as Chief Constable. He and Helen had a number of children there, several of whom are noted in biographys of members of the National Assembly, birth order that follows might be wrong;

              1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1) Anne Mackenzie, noted in the "Register of the 84th Regiment of Foot" born and baptized sometime the summer of 1781 at Montreal by the Rev. John Bethune (her father noted as "James MacKenzie of Montreal, Merchant", and mother as "his wife Nelly")(359). She died July 1837 at Quebec City, and was married 17 September, 1799 in St James Anglican Church, Trois Rivieres to Mathew Bell (born 1769 at Berwick-upon-Tweed, his father James was Mayor there). Ann's husband Mathew had a distinguished career in public and private life, especially as head of the Saint-Maurice Ironworks, he led militia forces both in the War of 1812 and the 1837 Rebellion, and served in the National Assembly, dieing at Trois Rivieres 27 June, 1849.(360)
                Their twelve children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-1) James Bell, born 31 January, 1801 at Trois Rivieres, christened 21 February, 1801 at Quebec City.(361)
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2) Margaret Bell, born 2 February, 1802 at Trois Rivieres, christened 25 February, 1802 at Quebec City.(361), married first 28 December, 1820 to Robert Dunn, who had served as assistant Cabinet Secretary.
                  Their daughter;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1) Ann Catherine Dunn, born 7 September, 1823 at Quebec, died 14 May, 1911 at "Benmore", Sillery. She married 16 June, 1847 to William Rhodes. William was born 29 November, 1821 at Bramhope Hall in Yorkshire England to Capt. William Rhodes and Ann Smith. After a military career in England and Quebec he was involved in companies exploring for minerals, and railway development, and led a distinguished public life in the legislature, militia, as Justice of the Peace, and president at times of both the Horticultural and the Geographical Societies of Quebec.(362)

                    Lieutenant-Colonel William Rhodes

                    Lieutenant-Colonel William Rhodes,
                    "Portraits of British Americans, Vol. 2"(363)

                    William died 16 February, 1892 at his home "Benmore" at Sillery (1881 census place listed as "Ste-Columb-de-Sillery"), and is buried there at Mount Hermon Cemetery.(364)

                    The nine children included a son noted in the 1901 census and three daughters in the 1881 census, but the following descent comes mostly ftom Jill Evans and her relatives;(365)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1) Armitage Rhodes, born 2 September, 1848, died 12 February, 1909, a Widower with his mother and two children of his second marriage in the 1901 census. He married firstly to Catherine von Iffland (born September 1867, died 1938).
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-1) Catherine Monica Langworthy Rhodes, born September 1904, died 1985. In the 1911 census she was noted as "Monica Rhodes" with her brother Armitage at the home of their grandmother, "Mrs. Armitage Rhodes" at Sillery.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-2) Armitage "Peter" Rhodes, born 12 July, 1909, died 1979, married Herbert Hargreaves (deceased).

                      Armitage Rhodes married secondly to Phebe Ida Alleman (born 1854 to Frederick O. Alleman and Mary B. Ogelsby, died 1893)

                      Photo of Phebe Ida Alleman,
                      courtesy of Jill Evans

                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-3) Mathew Charles Kingsley Rhodes, born 12 August, 1889, with his father and grandmother at Sillery in the 1901 census.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4) Dorothy Gwendolyn Esther Rhodes, born 4 April, 1892, died 1987, was with her father and grandmother at Sillery in the 1901 census, married Trevor Ainslie Evans (born 1879 to Maye Stewart Bethune and the Very Rev. Thomas Frye, died 1939)
                        Their four children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-1) Phoebe Maye Evans, born 1921, died 4 July, 2008 at Tadoussac, Quebec,(366) married Ernest Skutezky.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-1-1) Ernest Michael Rhodes Skutezky, a Merchant Banker at Toronto and proud Loyalist descendant, having proven his descent from the Rev. John Bethune, and has registered his coat of arms.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-1-2) Trevor Skutezky
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-1-3) Gwendolyn Skutezky

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-2) Dorothy Ainslie Evans,
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-3) Trevor Lewis Armitage Evans, born 1925, died 1996, married Gillian Leslie Murray (daughter of Emily and William David Murray). Gillian lives at Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.
                          Their son;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-3-1) Trevor David Evans, lives at Mission, British Columbia, Canada.

                        4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-4) Rhodes Bethune "Tim" Evans, lives at Victoria, B.C.
                          His children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-4-1) Timothy Rhodes Evans, lives at Vancouver, B.C.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-1-4-4-2) Joanne Evans, married (?) Lindquist, lives near Nanaimo, B.C.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2) Godfrey William Rhodes, born 3 March, 1850 at Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, died 21 April, 1932 at Bergerville, Quebec, Canada, married Lily Jameson (born 1859).
                      Their two daughters;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2-1) Henrietta Gertrude Rhodes, born 17 January, 1885 at Illinois, U.S.A., died 21 April, 1888 at Illinois, U.S.A.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2-2) Catherine Lily Rhodes, born 22 March, 1888, died 18 April, 1972 at Bergerville, Quebec, Canada, married 1935 as third wife of Ernest Percyval Tudor-Hart (born 1873 at Montreal, died 1954). Ernest was a noted artist, from 1903 to 1933 he taught art at London and Paris. After the marriage they settled at Catherine's family home at Sillery.(367).
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2-2-1) Jennifer Tudor-Hart.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2-2-2) Delia Tudor-Hart.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-2-2-3) Julian Tudor-Hart.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3) William Rhodes, born 16 July, 1851 at Bergerville, Quebec, Canada, died 16 January, 1921, married Caroline V. Hibler (born 1848, died 1929)
                      Their daughter;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1) Caroline Annie "Carrie" Rhodes, born 10 January, 1881 at Australia, died 1973, married Francis Edmund Morewood (born 1886, died 1949). Francis was her cousin, see below at 2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-3)
                        They had two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-1) Elizabeth Anne "Betty" Morewood, born about 1922, died 16 May, 1993 at Brockville, Ontario, Canada, married Lewis Evans (born 1911, died 1988).
                          Their four children (2007 obituary of their uncle Bill noted below has all four living in Canada);

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-1-1) Anne Bethune Evans.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-1-2) William Lewis Evans.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-1-3) Thomas Francis Evans.
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-1-4) Alan Morewood Evans.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-2) William Henry "Bill" Morewood, born 15 May, 1921 at Rosemont, Pennsylvania, died 6 August, 2007 at Langhorne, Pennsylvania and noted in obituary as "formerly of Pennington, NJ".(368) On graduating Cornell University with an engineering degree in 1943 he enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant, serving to 1946, when he began his notable career. He held and participated in numerous patents, including introduction of laser disk technology that led to todays C.D. and D.V.D.s Perhaps his most humanitarian invention was "the Winsford Feeder" a device that enables quadrapalegics to dine at the table with their family. He was an active member of various Live Steam engine clubs, author of articles and a book on the subject.

                          the Winsford Feeder
                          Drawing excerpted from 1972 patent US3734306[1],

                          Bill married about 1949 to Ruth D. (maiden surname not noted in his obituary, she survived him).
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-2-1) John Morewood, married Patti (?), lives at San Jose, California.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-2-2) Sharon Morewood, was married to (?) Schley, lives at Titusville, New Jersey.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1-2-3) Kristina Morewood, married Dennis Schvejda, lives at North Haledon, New Jersey.

                            Two grandsons of Bill Morewood are noted in his obituary, presumably sons of Sharon or Kristina.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-4) Francis Bell Forsyth "Frank" Rhodes, born 30 April, 1853 at Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, died 28 August, 1926 at Sillery, Quebec, Canada, married Sophie Annie Le Moine (born 1859 to Sir James MacPherson Le Moine who was President of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, and author of "Picturesque Quebec" in 1881). They lived at the home "Spencer Grange" at Sillery her father had bought in 1860.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-4-1) Annie Harriet Rhodes, born 12 October, 1886, died 5 July, 1887.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-4-2) Lily Bell Rhodes, born 19 October, 1889, died 15 November, 1975.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-4-3) Frances Maude Rhodes, born 17 October, 1892, died 14 May, 1976.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-4-4) Gertrude Rhodes, born 16 Noember, 1896 at Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., died 28 July, 1926 at Sillery, Quebec, Canada.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5) Robert Dunn Rhodes, born 28 September, 1855 at Bergerville, Quebec, Canada, died 25 June, 1909, married Edith Marion (born 26 February, 1865, died 14 March, 1958). Robert, Edith, their son Francis and daughter Helen are buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Utah.(369)
                      Their children;(370)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-1) William Armitage Rhodes, born 23 June, 1890.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-2) Catherine Inglis Rhodes, born 13 October, 1891.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-3) Helen Edith Rhodes, born 14 January, 1894, died 30 December, 1971 unmarried.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-4) Francis Godfrey Rhodes, born 18 November, 1895, died 8 February, 1905.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-5) Robert Dunn Rhodes, born 12 January, 1898.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-6) Lennox Forsyth Rhodes, born 14 December, 1899, the 1940 census has a 39 year old "Lennox F. Rhodes" living at Los Angeles, California with 36 year old wife "Marjorie E Rhodes", he born in Colorado, she in Indiana, and noted as living in same place in 1935. The census gives his occupation as a Mining chemist, hers as a graduate nurse.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-7) Charlotte A. Rhodes.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-8) Margaret Esther Rhodes.
                      9. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-5-9) Constance Ethel Rhodes.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6) Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Rhodes, born 9 November, 1857, died 1942, unmarried with her parents in the 1881 census, married Henry Francis Morewood (born September 1856 in the United States, died 1916). They are in the 1911 census at Sillery.
                      Their five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-1) John Rhodes Morewood, born March 1884.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-2) Anne Saumarez Morewood, born May 1888, died 1946.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-3) Francis Edmund Morewood, born 1886, died 1949, married his cousin Caroline Annie Rhodes (above at 2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-3-1).
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-4) Gertrude Isobel "Billy" Morewood, born August 1890, died 1977.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-6-5) Robert Henry Morewood, born April 1897, died 1964, married 10 September, 1928 at Ottawa to Margaret Alexandra McElroy (born 15 March, 1901 to William McElroy of Richmond, Ontario and Emily Hyacinth Chevers, died 18 June, 1985 at Oakville, Ontario). Their wedding announcement states that after the wedding they would take up residence at Grand Mere, Quebec. A guest at the wedding was Robert's then unmarried sister "Nancy", possibly Anne above. Robert and Margaret had two children.(371)

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-7) Caroline Annie Rhodes, born about 1861.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-8) Fanny Margaret Rhodes, born 1863, died 1865.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-1-9) Gertrude Ellen Esther Rhodes, born about 1867, died 1893, married Capt. J. F. Burstall.

                  Margaret Bell as Widow of Robert Dunn married 5 September, 1836 in the Anglican Church of St James, Trois Rivieres, to William Walker. William was born about 1790, and from his arrival in Canada in 1815 was involved in the fur trade, branching out into representing lumber interests, the East India Company, banking, insurance, and railroads till his death at Quebec, 18 May, 1863. He also served in the National Assembly.(372)
                  Ken Mackenzie Wright notes they had six children, the following two have been identified;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-2) Ellen Walker, born 1840, unmarried with family of her sister Mary in the 1881 census.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3) Mary Jane Walker, born 1841, married 15 June, 1865 in Quebec to Dr. Frederick Montizambert I.S.O., M.D., F.R.C.S.(373) (born 3 February, 1843 at Quebec City to Edward Lewis Montizambert and Lucy Irwin Bowen, died 2 November, 1929) Montizambert was Canada's first Director General of Public Health and is credited as representative of the Canadian Medical Association with convincing the Federal Government to establish the Canadian Department of Health. Though world reknowned for his medical research and three decades management of the quarantine station at Grosse Isle, Montizambert was meagerly paid by the government and spent years fighting for a just salary. Thankfully he came of a wealthy family, and both his wife and her sister Ellen each left him a quarter million dollars on their deaths.

                    Among the interesting struggles Montizambert had was the quarantine of a ship of Doukhobor immigrants from Russia 1899 at Halifax. The Doukhobors were a pacifist sect, with many beliefs that did not fit into mainstream society, they later became famous for protests against conscription in WW1, including naked marches (a brave tactic in the Canadian climate!) Among other complaints they objected to red crosses on the medical supplies, and the only interpreter was a son of Count Leo Tolstoi the novelist sent to report on them, equally as obtuse as the emigrants.

                    Villa Woodside from article "Patrimoine menacé à Cacouna"
                    in JOURNALEPIK DE CACOUNA, see;

                    credited there to Marie Tudor Montizambert

                    They built a beautiful home "Villa Woodside" at Cacouna in 1873 on the St.Laurence River, occupied by descendants till 1993. (see article in above photo credit)

                    The sources, including the 1881 census at Quebec City, show seven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-1) Ethel Margaret Montizambert, born 13 January, 1868 at Quebec City, died 1940 at Toronto, Ontario, married 15 August, 1893 to Edward Russell Hale (son of Edward John Hale and Justine Elise Sewell). Noted as living at Ottawa 1929 at father's death.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-1-1) Frederick Amherst Hale, born 26 March, 1895.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-1-2) Jeffrey John Hale, born 28 April, 1897, christened 22 May, 1897 at Holy Trinity Church, married 20 September, 1924 at Ottawa, Ontario to Margaret Beaton Watson (daughter of James B. Watson and Emma Kirby).
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-1-3) Helen Justine Hale, born 25 September, 1899, died 1969, married 1925 to Sir William Rudolph Slaytor (born 1896 to Dr. John Howard Slaytor and Alice Schlasser). Sir William was a high ranking British naval officer. They had a son.(374)

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-2) Violet Lucy Montizambert, born 30 July, 1868 at Riviere Du Loup, Quebec, died 22 April, 1930 at Toronto, Ontario.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-3) Harold St.John Montizambert, born 23 June, 1871 at Grosse Isle, Quebec, died 1960, married 11 October, 1917 at Christ's Church, Vancouver, B.C. to Henrietta Cecil Johnson. He enlisted 1914 as a Lieutenant, noted as a Colonel living at Victoria, B.C. at time of father's death.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-4) Mildred Helen Montizambert, born 1 March, 1873 at Quebec City, died 1965 at Ottawa, Ontario. She was unmarried at time of her father's death 1929.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-5) Norman Hamilton Montizambert, born 9 February, 1876, died 28 December, 1904 at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-6) Ella Frederica Montizambert, born 13 January, 1878 at Quebec City, died 1928 at Quebec City.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-2-3-7) Rhoda Mary Tudor Montizambert, born 27 January, 1881 (two months old at census), died 1960 at Ottawa, Ontario.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-3) Eleanor Bell, born 13 February, 1803 at Trois Rivieres, christened 12 March, 1803 at Quebec City, buried 10 July the same year.
                4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4) Frances "Fanny" Bell, born 21 June, 1804 at Quebec City, died 14 March, 1850 at Catarqui Cottage, Quebec. She married in 1828 to James Bell Forsyth (born 25 December, 1803 at Kingston, Ontario as eldest child of Joseph Forsyth and Alicia Robins, died 1 April, 1869 at Quebec City).

                  Cataraqui Cottage,
                  photo from


                  Fanny and James sometime 1831-6 built the magnificent Cataraqui Cottage. James Bell Forsyth in 1861 published a travelogue of journeys with his family, "A few months in the East : or, A glimpse of the Red, the Dead, and the Black seas"

                  They had five sons and five daughters.(375) The couple is buried at Mount Hermon Cemetery, Quebec City. (376)
                  Their children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-1) Joseph Bell Forsyth, born 30 June, 1830 at Quebec, died 14 August, 1913 at Roslin, Sillery, Quebec.

                    Referred to on his tombstone with title "Colonel", he was married 1855 to Elizabeth Magdalene Anderson (born 25 May, 1828 at Montreal as only child of Thomas Brown Anderson and Ann Richardson, died 26 July, 1911 at Roslin).

                    Joseph served as mayor of Cap-Rouge, Quebec from 1873 to 1882, and 1885 to 1890. The couple had no children.(377)

                    Joseph Bell Forsyth and Elizabeth Magdalene Anderson

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-2) John Bell Forsyth, born about 1831.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-3) James Bell Forsyth, born about 1831.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4) Fanny Bell Forsyth, born 29 June, 1835 at Quebec, died 5 March, 1909 and buried in the Protestant Cemetery at Rome Italy. She married John Burstall (died 1896 in England), "a Lumber Baron" of Quebec,(378) and was a Widow at Sillery, Quebec, with four unmarried daughters in the 1901 census.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-1) Frances Burstall, born 1865. Unmarried with her mother and three unmarried sisters in the 1901 census at Sillery.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2) John Francis Burstall,

                      born April 1866. Cannot see him in earlier censuses, but he is at Sillery in 1911. His wife then noted as "Ethel" (born May 1873). John had married 1 December, 1896 to Ethel Green, eldest daughter of Major General William Henry Rodes Green and Louisa Dunn.(379)

                      The biography of his father notes John took over the family lumber business in the early 20th century.

                      Drawing of John Francis Burstall from "Canadian Men Of Affairs In Cartoon"(380)

                      Their four children noted in the 1911 census at Sillery;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-1) Ethel Rosemary Burstall, born October 1899, married 17 April, 1934 to William Graham Elphinstone (born 5 June, 1886 to Sir John Elphinstone, Bart., and Emma Elizabeth Betham, died 20 November, 1952). William was a distinguished soldier, with a long military career including during WW1 and WW2, he served as Colonel in Chief of the Poona Horse Regiment of the Indian Army.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-2) John Burstall, born February 1900. There was a marriage noted 21 May, 1928 in the St. Thomas Times-Journal of "John W. H. Burstall, son of J. F. Burstall to Alleyn Fiset, daughter of Eugene Fiset"(381)
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3) Phyllis Burstall, born September 1902, died 1974, married 24 September, 1925 to Captain the Honourable Francis Walter Erskine (born 9 January, 1899 to Walter John Francis Erskine, the 14th Earl of Kellie, and Lady Susan Violet Ashley, he died 1972). Francis's title as "Honourable" came as he was younger son of an Earl. This family lived at London, England.(382)
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1) Rosemary Susan Erskine, born 16 August, 1927, married first 27 November, 1947 to Mark Alastair Coats (born 13 February, 1927 to Thomas Heywood Coats, died 1996), and divorced 1974.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-1) Nicholas James Coats, born 19 April, 1952, married 1987 to Belinda McKechnie (daughter of Gordon McKechnie).
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-1-1) James Michael Coats, born 1987.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-1-2) Rosanna Sarah Coats, born 1990.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-2) Virginia Jane Coats, born 27 August, 1954, married 1977 to Andrew Nicholas John Hay (born 10 October, 1951 to Sir Alan Philip Hay and Lady Margaret Katherine Seymour).
                            Their three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-2-1) Timothy George Nicholas Hay, born 1980.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-2-2) Christopher James Philip Hay, born 1984.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-1-2-3) Olivia Margaret Rose Hay, born 1990.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-2) Robin Francis Erskine, born 26 August, 1929, died 18 October, 1929.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3) Jean Felicity Erskine, born 26 February, 1931, died 1984, married firstly 10 July, 1951 to the Honourable Desmond Rupert Strutt (born 17 June, 1926 to Algernon Henry Strutt, 3rd Baron Belper and Angela Mariota Tollemache, died 27 February, 1993). Jean and Desmond divorced 1961.
                          Their two sons;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3-1) Jeremy Bevil Strutt, born 5 January, 1954, married 5 February, 1970 to Petrina Smith (daughter of Peter Neville Smith). Petrina was elected Member of Parliament in the U.K. 5 February, 1979.
                            Their three sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3-1-1) Toby Charles Strutt, born 20 October, 1981.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3-1-2) Julian Rupert Strutt, born 16 July, 1983.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3-1-3) Rupert Peter Strutt, born 1987.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-3-3-2) Christopher Charles Strutt, born 25 August, 1955.

                          Jean Felicity Erskine married secondly in 1963 to the Honourable Victor Patrick Hamilton Wills (born 1926 to Gilbert Alan Hamilton Wills, 1st Baron Dulverton).

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-2-4) E. Brian Burstall, born December 1903. As a 30 year old R.C.M.P. constable at the remote post of Stony Rapids he inherited the then massive sum of $70,000, he told of plans to retire the following spring. Inexplicably, he set fire to his cabin and shot himself, quick acting fellow officers dragged his body from the burning building, discovering the evidence of suicide.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-3) Edith Burstall, born 1867. Unmarried with her mother and three unmarried sisters in the 1901 census at Sillery.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-4) Amy Burstall, born 1869. Unmarried with her mother and three unmarried sisters in the 1901 census at Sillery.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-5) Sir Henry Edward Burstall,
                      born 26 August, 1870 at Quebec, died 1944 at Headbourne Worthy, Hampshire, England.

                      Knighted, and holding the military title of Brigadier General in the Canadian Army, he had a distinguished career, starting with the Klondyke, then South Africa, and then as a noted artillery commander in WW1. He also had the honour of having a town in Saskatchewan named for him.(383) He married April 1907 to Frances Mackenzie(384) (daughter of Surgeon-Major John Thomas Denison-Mackenzie, a surgeon at Bombay, India, and (?) Hamilton).

                      Sir Henry Edward Burstall

                      Sir Henry Edward Burstall, painting by Sir William Orpen

                      Their three daughters(385);

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-5-1) Betty Burstall, likely "Betty" was a dimunitive for "Elizabeth".
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-5-2) Barbara Burstall.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-5-3) Rosemary Burstall.

                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6) Mabel Kate Burstall, 1901 census at Saint-Columb-de-Sillery says born 3 August, 1874, 1911 census at Sillery says born January 1865. She married 5 April, 1896 in England to John Theodore Ross(386) (1901 census says born 30 November, 1862, the 1911 census says born November 1863, parents were John Ross, a prominant lumber merchant at Fraserville, Quebec, and Anne Runcie). The couple are noted in the 1914 edition of "Who's Who in Canada".

                      Drawing of John Theodore Ross from
                      "Canadian Men Of Affairs In Cartoon"(380)

                      They had at least seven children at Sillery;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-1) John Gordon Ross, born 11 June, 1899. An obituary of his brother James Forsyth Ross notes the two of them in 1933 formed the company "Ross Brothers and Company Limited", at that time J. Gordon was "Provincial Civilan Protection Committee Director". A "John Gordon Ross" ran for the Conservative Party in the riding of Quebec South in the 1935 Federal election.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-2) James Forsyth Ross,
                        born 28 December, 1900. Noted with forename as "Forsyth" in the 1911 census (with his younger brother "James"), died 22 December, 1941 in defence of Hong Kong as Lieutenant in the Royal Rifles of Canada (commemorated at Sai Wan Memorial, Victoria, Hong Kong).(274)

                        He married Gabrielle Fiset (daughter of the Lieutenant-Govenor of Quebec, Major-General, Sir Eugeen Fiset and Stella Tasehereau, she later remarried (?) Eberts).

                        James Forsyth Ross

                        James Forsyth Ross, photo from memorial page at McGill University

                        Their daughter;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-2-1) Alleyn "Muffy" Ross, noted on memorial stone as "Mabel Alleyn Ross", born 1931 at Montreal, died 1977 and buried at Hamilton Cemetary in Ontario,(387) married 30 May, 1959 at Montreal to Alan Benjamin Young (son of Major-General James Vernon Young and Willmot Maude Holton of Ancaster, Ontario, near Hamilton).(388)

                          Wedding photo of Alan Benjamin Young to Alleyn "Muffy" Ross
                          1 June, 1959 Montreal Gazette

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-3) James Ross, born November 1903.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-4) Elizabeth Ross, born December 1904.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-5) Marguerite Ross, born April 1905.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-6) Stuart Ross, born February 1906.
                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-6-7) Francis Ross, born March 1907.

                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-4-7) Alice Burstall, born 1879. Unmarried with her mother and three unmarried sisters in the 1901 census at Sillery.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-5) Frances Forsyth, born about 1835.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-6) Edith Forsyth, born about 1837.
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-7) Amy Forsyth, born about 1839.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-8) Alice Forsyth, born about 1841.
                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-9) Mabel Kate Forsyth, born about 1843, married John G. Ross (born about 1840).
                  10. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-4-10) Burnet Bell Forsyth, born about 1845.

                5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5) Ann Bell, married to Lieutenant-Colonel John George Irvine (born 31 December, 1802 at Quebec to James Irvine and Ann Pyke, died 1 November, 1871 at Quebec).

                  Lieutenant-Colonel John George Irvine

                  Lieutenant-Colonel John George Irvine,
                  "Portraits of British Americans, Vol. 1"(389)

                  Irvine had a distinguished military career, starting in 1837 during the Rebellion as Captain in the Royal Quebec Volunteers Regiment, and the following year becoming Deputy Quarter-Master General of all Canadian Militia, with rank as Lieutenant-Colonel. On the 1860 visit to Canada of the Prince of Wales he accompanied the Prince as Adjudant General.(390)
                  They had at least three children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1) George Irvine, born 16 November, 1826 at Quebec,
                    Photograph | Honourable George 
Irvine, Montreal, QC, 1891 | II-95082.1

                    Honourable George Irvine,
                    Montreal, QC, 1891
                    McCord Museum, II-95082.1

                    christened 31 January, 1827 there at the Catholic Cathedral of Holy Trinity, he died 24 February, 1897 at Quebec and was buried in Mount Hermon Cemetery at Sillery. He had a distinguished public career, including time on the City Council of Quebec, the first Dominion parliament, and in the National Assembly, where he served as Solicitor General, leaving legislature in 1884 to become a judge until 1891. His political opponents referred to him as "The Megantic Fox".(391) George married 19 August, 1856 in the Anglican Holy Trinity Church in Quebec to Annie Routh LeMesurier, daughter of the tobacco merchant Henry LeMesurier. By time of the 1881 census George is Widowed, living at Quebec in a Household that included his sister Frances and eight of his children.(176) Reportedly in 1854 he fought the last duel in Canada before they were outlawed.

                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-1) George Irvine, born 13 September, 1858 in Quebec, unmarried in the 1881 census with occupation as "Clerk". In the 1901 census he was still unmarried, living with four sisters and their unmarried aunt Isabel Irvine at Quebec City.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-2) Elizabeth "Elspeth" Irvine, born 1 July, 1860 in Quebec, unmarried in the 1881 and 1901 censuses.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-3) Grace Irvine, born about 1862.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-4) Annie Irvine, born 14 June, 1864 in Quebec, a student in the 1881 census. Unmarried in the 1881 and 1901 censuses.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-5) Mary Irvine, born about 1865 (twin of Annie?), a student in the 1881 census. She married Murray Kennedy, her younger sister Katherine married sometime previous to 1884 to Murray's younger brother Harold.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-6) Hilda Irvine, born 1 June, 1871 in Quebec, a student in the 1881 census. Unmarried in the 1881 and 1901 censuses.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7) Katherine Irvine, born 29 September, 1873, married 1893 to Harold Kennedy (born in England, both parents English). A student in the 1881 census. Her older sister Mary married sometime previous to 1884 to Harold's older brother Murray. Censuses note Harold as a merchant who immigrated to Canada 1882 or 1885, the family looks to have gone back and forth, with three non-consecutive daughters born in England.

                      Details on descent from Katherine and Harold come mostly from Heather Paterson, wife of Robb below, (email at, with additional data from Alexander K. Paterson (also below), and the 1901 census at Quebec City, and the 1921 census at Montreal. The family cannot be found in the 1911 Canadian census, likely they were in England at that time.

                      Katherine and Harold had eight children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-1) Kathleen Emily Kennedy, born 29 September, 1897 in Quebec, married Ellice Allan Mackenzie (born 9 November, 1896 to Allan MacKenzie and Mabel), a first cousin of the Hartland Paterson who married her sister Jean. (Ellice's father Allan was a brother of Hartland's mother Isabella "Isobel", parents of those siblings were "Willie Mackenzie and an Allan of the Allan line family" [Nina Allan, daughter of Andrew Allan, who was brother of Sir Hugh Allan of the shipping line]. There are no children with them in the 1921 census at Montreal.

                        Kathleen and Ellice had at least two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-1-1) Katherine Irvine Mackenzie, noted by her cousin Alexander K. Paterson as having written a family history of the Irvines. She married in 1950 to Philip Mackenzie (born 26 May, 1920 at Montreal to Philip Mackenzie and Helen Jean Blake, died November 1998 at Sherbrooke, Quebec). Philip as well as being an architect was also a keen amateur historian, his researches including family trees after his death were deposited with the Musée de Charlevoix.
                          Their two children;(392)

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-1-1-1) Philip Mackenzie
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-1-1-2) Angela Mackenzie

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-1-2) Hugh Ellice Mackenzie, born 1921, died in action 14 August, 1944 as a Captain of the 22nd Armoured Regiment, Canadian Grenadier Guards, he was appointed Intelligence Officer on the headquarters staff of the 4th Armoured Brigade a few months before his death. He is buried in the Bretteville-sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery at Calvados, Normandy, France.

                          Hugh Ellice Mackenzie
                          from 1941 University of Bishop's College Yearbook

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2) Jean Irvine Kennedy, born 30 April, 1898 at Brighton England, died 1998, she and her sister Sybil are noted as first entered Canada in 1899. She married 1929 to Hartland MacDougall Paterson (born December 1898). Jean's sister Kathleen married Hartland's first cousin, Ellice Mackenzie. (Hartland's mother Isobel was a daughter of "Willie" Mackenzie and Nina Allan, "a descendant of the Allan shipping family", likely "Isobel" was the 11 year old "Isabella MacKenzie" in the 1881 census at Montreal with the family of Andrew Allan, brother of Sir Hugh Allan of the shipping line. Also in 1881 was 8 year old "Allan MacKenzie, shown in the 1901 census to be father of Ellice)
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1) Alexander Kennedy Paterson, born 1932, married 3 September, 1955 at Cap-a-L'Aigle to Joan Robb (born 1933). He followed in his gt-grandfather George Irvine's footsteps as Chancellor of Bishop's University, where in 2003 he and Joan attended the opening of "Paterson Hall" residence named to honour their more than 50 years of service to the University.(393) A much honoured litigation lawyer in Montreal (both Order of Quebec and Order of Canada). Notes regarding the opening of Paterson Hall refer to a niece Valerie Chafe Hinsperger, and four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-1) Alexander "Robb" Paterson, born 16 June, 1956 at Montreal, married about 1980 to Heather Mary MacLean (born 7 March, 1956 at Montreal as eldest daughter of Joan Barbara Deller and Rev. James Aubrey MacLean, her father was minister to Alex K. and Joan Paterson from 1970 until he moved downtown to become Montreal's first Anglican suffragen bishop in the 1980's)

                            Robb is a noted Canadian Actor and Director, with many television, cinema, and stage credits, hired away from Toronto in 1981 to direct a play in Winnipeg he and Heather fell in love with the place, and settled. Heather is a public administrator at the University of Manitoba(394)
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-1-1) Alexander MacLean Paterson, born 9 May, 1986 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, fifth generation of Patersons to attend Bishop's University!
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-1-2) Tara Joan Paterson, born 22 June, 1989 at Winnipeg, Manitoba. The middle name comes as both her grandmothers were forenamed Joan.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-2) Hartland Timothy "Tim" Paterson, born 21 December, 1957, married Lynda Sokalski and lives at Toronto, Ontario with their three daughters;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-2-1) Georgina Mary "Jeannie" Paterson, born 1988.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-2-2) Maeve Victoria "Mimi" Paterson, born 1989.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-2-3) Elspeth Lynda "Ellie" Paterson, born 1991.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-3) Angie Paterson, born 8 September, 1959, married Peter Arndt and lives in the State of Maine with their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-3-1) Thomas Robb Arndt, born 1990.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-3-2) Channing Arndt, born 1991.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-4) Alexander MacKenzie Paterson, born 21 May, 1961. At first his parents were not sure about having two sons named "Alexander", but reconsidered as the first was commonly known as "Robbie". Alexander married to Ewa-Lott Bergstrom and they live at Stockholm, Sweden.
                            Their son;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-2-1-4-1) Sebastien Paterson, born January 2005 at Stockholm, Sweden.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-3) Sybil Kennedy, born 15 August, 1899, the 1901 census says in England, the 1921 census says in Quebec. She did not marry. In her youth she was a championship golfer in Quebec and Bermuda.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4) Hazel Kennedy, born 12 April, 1901 in Quebec (1921 census though says born in England), died 1967, married 23 August, 1923 to David Angus Wanklyn.
                        Their three children;(395)

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-1) David Irvine Wanklyn, born 1924, wrote a family history in 2004, "Luck, Laughter and Learning".(396) He married Patricia Weatley.
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-1-1) William Angus Wanklyn
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-1-2) Virginia Wanklyn, married Derek Wilson.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-1-3) Susan Harriet Wanklyn

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-2) Christopher Andrew Wanklyn
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-4-3) Pricilla Wanklyn, married Grant Campbell.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-5) Brenda Kennedy, born 1904 in Quebec, did not marry.
                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-6) Cora Kennedy, born 1906 in England, married Jack Porteous.
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-6-1) John Timothy Irvine "Tim" Porteous, born 1933, from early years a lifelong friend of the future Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau, introducing Trudeau to his future wife. He acted as Chief Aide to Trudeau, and was much involved in arranging the American President Richard Nixon's visit to Ottawa,(397) and was with Trudeau at his historic meeting with John Lennon and Yoko Ono.(398) Later he had a great influence on culture as Director of the Canada Council of the Arts.

                          With his first wife Tim had at least one child;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-6-1-1) Vanessa Porteous, born about 1971, "a freelance director and dramaturg based in Calgary, and the coordinator of translation projects at the Banff Playwrights Colony in Banff Alberta".(399)

                          Timothy in 1981 met his second wife, Beatrice Donald, a psychologist, they live at Vancouver, B.C.

                      7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-7) Harold Kennedy, born 1912 in Quebec, did not marry.
                      8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-7-8) Keith Kennedy, born 1917 in Quebec, did not marry.

                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-8) Helen "Mildred" Irvine, born 24 January, 1876 in Quebec. Unmarried in the 1881 and 1901 censuses, she married in 1904 to Eustace Henry Cave-Browne-Cave (born 1879 to Henry Cave-Browne-Cave and Maria Louisa Chance, he died 1924).(400)
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-1-8-1) Harold Cave-Browne-Cave, born 1905, died 1933.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-2) Elizabeth Irvine, born 12 September, 1828 at Quebec, unmarried with her cousin Anne C. Rhodes at Sillery in the 1901 census.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-3) Mathew Bell Irvine, born 7 January, 1832 at Quebec, died 1892.

                    He was a Canadian soldier serving with the British Army in battles around the world, highly decorated he retired with the honourary rank of commissary-general in 1881.(401)

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-4) Isabel Irvine, born 11 May, 1833 in Quebec, unmarried in the 1901 census with five of her brother George's children at Quebec City.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-5) Frances Irvine, born about 1836 in Quebec, unmarried with her Widowed brother George and his family in the 1881 census.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-5-6) Acheson Gosford Irvine, born 7 December, 1837, died 8 January, 1916 at Quebec City and was buried there in Mount Hermon Cemetery.

                    He rose through the army serving a prominant role in the Red River expeditionary force in 1870, and served as the Second Commissioner of the Royal North West Mounted Police (modern R.C.M.P., he was the first Canadian born leader), was on the executive council of the Northwest Territory from 1882 to 1886, and served as a commander in defeating the 1885 Rebellion, his conduct then was questioned, though later historians agree his leadership was crucial to the success. An R.C.M.P. ship was named for him in 1945.(402)

                    Referred to by descendants of his siblings as "Uncle Attie", his unusual name was clearly to honour the Govenor of Quebec at time of his birth, Archibald Acheson, Second Earl of Gosford. That Govenor was a noted moderate, who though a Protestant argued for Catholic rights in Ireland, and then in Quebec for greater patronage and power to the French majority. The naming probably says something not only of his parents respect for the Govenor, but also for his moderate views, which had not been able to prevent the 1837 Rebellion.(403)

                    Acheson Gosford Irvine
                    from "Memorable Manitobans"

                6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-6) William Bell, born 8 June, 1808, christened 26 May, 1810, married August 1830 to Isabella Brown, Ken Mackenzie Wright besides noting that data also notes "the Bell family from Ottawa descends from there".
                7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-7) Catherine Bell, married 17 January, 1844 in the Anglican Church of St. James, Trois Rivieres, to Edward Greive. Edward was an agent for his wife's father, served in the militia, and was elected to the National Assembly in 1844, the year before his death there 2 June, 1845.(405)
                8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-8) Mathew Bell, born 10 March, 1812 at Quebec City, buried 22 April, 1812.
                9. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-9) David Monro Bell, born 6 January, 1815, died unmarried 25 June, 1839.
                10. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-10) Alexander Davison Bell, born 1 October, 1817 at Berwick-upon-Tweed in England, while the family was there for a short time at Mathew Bell's hometown between business inolvements in Quebec.(406) He married 27 March, 1856 at St Thomas, Ardwick, Lancashire, England to Kate Gordon Cleather (daughter of "Edward John Cleather, Captain of late Royal Staff Corps.")(407)
                  Their eldest son;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-10-1) Mathew Dunn Bell, christened 13 July, 1860 at Quebec City, served as a judge and in the civil service of India.

                11. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11) Helen Elizabeth Terrot Bell, born March 1820, christened 5 April, 1820 at Quebec City, married 28 September, 1843 at Trois Rivieres to Charles Montizambert.(406) With this couple and two daughters in 1881 at Quebec City is a 17 year old timber merchant, Edmond Bell, likely a nephew of Helen. Ken Mackenzie Wright notes there were nine children, five of whom lived to adulthood.(406) Some further details on descent come from the A.F.T. file of Peter Brunsdale of Edmonton, Alberta;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-2) Sarah Montizambert, born 13 January, 1847. Unmarried with her parents and sister Ellen ("Helen" below) in the 1881 census at Quebec City.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-3) George Louis Montizambert, born 1847 at Trois Rivieres.
                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5) Edward Montizambert, Ken Mackenzie Wright notes of Edward:

                    born 18 May, 1852, buried 5 January, 1891, married 17 January, 1877 at the Church of St.Andre, Quebec City to Jane Miller.

                    However, the 1901 census at Montreal shows a family with parents having matching forenames and a sister "Ellen B." matching Edward's sister Helen, and birth date close to Ken's data. From that, Edward was born 3 April, 1852, "Jane B." born 4 June, 1852.
                    Their children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-1) Harry Bell Montizambert, born 14 July, 1881 at Quebec. Fought in the Boer War(408) with the Royal Canadian Regiment and enlisted again in 1915 as a Captain, wife noted as Stella at Winnipeg, Manitoba.

                      Harry Bell Montizambert
                      from Le livre d'or(408)
                      (The golden book)
                      of the Canadian contingents in South Africa

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-2) Waltham Virginia Bell Montizambert, born 2 September, 1884 at Quebec City, married 25 July, 1907 at Toronto as a 22 year old W. Virginia Bell Montizambert born at Quebec, to 23 year old civil engineer Charles James Ingles (born at Toronto to Charles Leycester Ingles and Frances Helen Oates).(409)
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-3) Charles Bell Montizambert, born 25 August, 1886, married 12 June 1916 to Evelyn Beryl Wood (born 12 June, 1892 to William Augustus Wood and Bertha S. Roy).(410)
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-3-1) Evelyn Jane Montizambert, born 20 January, 1918.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-3-2) Edward William Montizambert, born June 1919, died October the same year.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-3-3) Diana Montizambert, born 22 January, 1921, died 1954.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-3-4) Charles Bell Montizambert, born 24 March, 1923.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-5-4) Marjorie J. B. Montizambert, born 9 September, 1893.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-6) Alexander Montizambert, born 22 October, 1854 at Trois Rivieres, married 21 January, 1889 at Belleville, Ontario to Emelie Ponton (born 1860 in Ontario). Alexander was manager of the Bank of Montreal at Vancouver, B.C.
                    They had at least one child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-6-1) Adelaide Montizambert, born 1890 at Belleville, Ontario.

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8) James Ramsay Montizambert, born 2 November, 1856 at Trois Rivieres, died before his son's 1926 wedding. James married July 1879 at Quebec City to Marcella Mary Maude Ashe(411) (born 1 October, 1856 in Ontario). He was a Professor at Trinity College at Port Hope in Ontario, and later at Bishop`s College School at Lennoxville in Quebec.
                    They had six children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8-1) Guy Cecil Percy Montizambert, born 13 April, 1880 at Port Hope, Ontario, died 1962 in Ontario. Enrolled 1916 as a Lieutenant in the 4th Overseas Pioneer Battalion, wife noted as Eva at Ladysmith, B.C.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8-2) Arnold Lionel Gilbert Montizambert, born 7 March, 1883 at Port Hope, Ontario, died 31 July 1974 at Port Hope. The Index of probates(412) notes his name as "Montizambert, Lionel Gilbert Percy (Rex)" and says his wife was Alma M. Ruddell.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8-3) Eric St.Lucian Percy Montizambert, born 8 January, 1888 at Port Hope, Ontario, died 1970 in Ontario. An Anglican Minister, he married 10 November, 1915 at Mortimer's Point, Muskoka, Ontario, to Winifred Lawson (eldest daughter of the late Herbert Lawson, M.E., London, England and his wife Edith of Toronto, the marriage registration notes her grandfather had been Sir Charles Lawson, KCB).(413)
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8-4) Hellen Herbert Montizambert, born 1 October, 1891 at Port Hope, Ontario, died 1949.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-8-5) Keith Beresford Percy Montizambert, born 26 October, 1895 at Port Hope, Ontario, died 1974, married 2 December, 1926 at Toronto, Ontario to Pearl Blanche Marr(414) (born 1898 in Ontario to John W. Marr and Louisa Wales), a newspaper report of the wedding says they were to livein New York. He served in WW1 in the Canadian Grenadier Guards, rising from Private to Lieutenant, on leave from the Canadian Bank of Commerce.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-6) Alan Ramsay Percy Montizambert, born 26 October, 1895 at Port Hope, Ontario, twin of Keith. Enrolled 1915 as a Lieutenant in the Canadian Grenadier Guards.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-11-9) Helen "Ellen" Montizambert, born 18 April, 1858, was unmarried, noted by Ken Mackenzie Wright(406) as "the last Matthew Bell granddaughter to die in Canada" and then resident at Toronto, Ontario. In the 1881 census she was with her parents, in 1901 with the family of her brother Edward, in 1911 with her uncle Joseph Bell Forsyth and his wife at Sillery, Quebec.

                12. (2-1-4-3-2-2-1-12) Bryan Burwell Bell, born 6 May, 1823, buried 22 May, 1851, served as an Ensign in the Saint-Maurice Militia under his father's command in the 1837 Rebellion.(406)

              2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2) Catherine Mackenzie, born 1784, noted in the "Register of the 84th Regiment of Foot" as christened 19 July 1784 at Montreal by the Rev. John Bethune (her father noted as "James MacKenzie of Montreal, Merchant", and mother as "his wife Nelly")(359). She married 5 March, 1807 to David Monro, her place of residence noted as "Quebec", but also noted as daughter of "James Mackenzie, commercant de Trois Rivieres". Her husband David was born about 1765 in Scotland, was assosciated in business with Mathew Bell (husband of Catherine's sister Ann), served in the National Assembly, militia, and as Justice of the Peace. David, and Catherine presuming she did not die first, went to England in 1821, where he died at Bath 3 September, 1834.(415)
                Their four children(416);

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-1) David Arthur Monro, born in Canada about 1819, died 7 September, 1863 at Torquay,(417) noted as only son of his father. He had a long military carrer, enlisting in the British Army as a cornet in 1838, rising to Major of the 12th Lancers in 1853, active in that post at death. He fought in Africa and in Turkey.

                  He was noted in a biography of his aunt's husband Matthew Bell(360) as "David Arthur Monro, the son of David, sued him [Matthew Bell] for £60,000, claiming that in discharging the power of attorney over his ex-partner’s estate, along with John Stewart, Bell had refused to give a statement of accounts".

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2) Margaret Monro, born in Canada, married 29 August, 1831 at Melcombe Regis, Dorset, to Thomas Levett, "Esquire of Wichnor (Wychnor), Staffordshire". Witnesses to the wedding were Alexander Mackenzie, (likely her uncle, see below), her sister Helen Monro, and Edward Filmer who three days later married Helen at the same place (Alexander Mackenzie again a Witness). It was a first marriage for Thomas, he later hyphenated his maternal grandfather's name of "Prinsep" to become "Thomas Levett-Prinsep", and married a second time 4 December, 1838 at Ipplepen, Devon, England to Caroline Mary Templer.(418)
                  They had at least one child;(419)

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1) Margaret Catharine Levett-Prinsep, born about 1837 at Bath, Somerset, England, married 2 May, 1860 to "Robert Thomas Kennedy Levett, JP, DL" (born 29 April, 1831 to John Levett and Sophia Eliza Kennedy, he died 10 November, 1906). Given the similar not common surname of "Levett", they were likely cousins, though I have not traced backwards to look for a relationship.
                    Their seven children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-1) Thomas Prinsep Levett, born 2 June, 1862 at Birchfield, Stafford, England.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-2) Mary Frances Levett, born 4 September, 1866 at Midford, Stafford.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-3) Walter Mackenzie-Levett, born 18 December, 1867. Cannot see him in the 1881 English census.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-4) Robert Kennedy Levett, born 1 July, 1869. Cannot see him in the 1881 English census.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-5) George Arthur Monro Levett, born 27 April, 1871 at Midford, Stafford.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-6) Gwendoline Margaret Levett, born 15 April, 1873 at Midford, Stafford.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-2-1-7) Helen Grace Constance Levett, born 11 April, 1877 at Tenby, Pembroke, Wales, where the family was resident in the 1881 census.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3) Helen Monro, born 1810 in Canada, noted by Sonia MacKenzie as the youngest child, died 17 July, 1888 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. She married 1 September, 1831 at Melcombe Regis, Dorset, to Sir Edmund Filmer, 8th Baronet Filmer (born 1809 at Walcot, Somerset to Captain Edmund Filmer and Emilia "Emily" Skeene, died 8 January, 1857 at East Sutton, Kent).(420)
                  Their six children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-1) Catherine Filmer, born 24 September, 1832 at Walcot, Somerset, and christened there 15 November. She died 18 July, 1854 and is buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Greatly missed by her family and friends, her parents in 1855 published a booklet of her short stories and prayers, titled "The Spiritual Mist".
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2) Emilia Filmer, born 14 January, 1834 at Walcot, Somerset, England, died 1878. She married 2 February, 1858 to William Stewart Ferrers, a Barrister (died 5 September, 1872).
                    They had six children (only three identified so far);

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-1) Cecil S. F. Ferrers, born 1861 at Torquay, Devon, England.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-2) Helen M. Ferrers, born 1863 at Pimlico, London, England.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-3) Alan M. J. Ferrers, born 1871 at South Kensington, London, England.

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-3-1) (unidentified so far) Ferrers

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-4) (unidentified so far) Ferrers
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-5) (unidentified so far) Ferrers
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-2-6) (unidentified so far) Ferrers

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3) Sir Edmund Filmer, (Ninth Baronet Filmer) born 11 July, 1835 at East Sutton, Kent, died 17 December, 1886 while visiting Brighton, East Sussex, and buried at East Sutton. He married 20 October, 1858 at St. George, Hanover Square, London. to Mary Georgina Caroline Cecil (born 4 April, 1838 to Arthur Marcus Cecil, 3rd Lord Sandys and Louisa Blake, died 17 March, 1903 at 22 Lowndes Street, Knightsbridge, London)
                    They had five children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-1) Edmund Beversham Filmer, born 9 August, 1862 at East Sutton, Kent, died there 21 February, 1863.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2) Alice Cecil Agnes Filmer, born 17 July, 1869 at London, christened 19 August, 1869, died 3 August, 1939, married 24th February, 1892 to Arthur Stanley Wilson of Tranby Croft, Hull (died 12 April, 1938).
                      Their two sons;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-1) Arthur Thomas Filmer Wilson, born 1895, died 17 April, 1968. On 6 April, 1917, following the death of his uncle Sir Robert Marcus Filmer he obtained Royal Licence to assume the additional name and arms of "Filmer", becoming known as Arthur Thomas Filmer Wilson-Filmer. Arthur married firstly to "the Hon. Mrs. Charles Winn" (daughter of Baron Queensborough, presumably it was a second marrige for her). They purchased and renovated Leeds Castle in Kent in 1927, said to be "one of the most beautiful castles in England".

                        Their marriage was dissolved in 1931 and Arthur remarried, 15 September, 1934 to Lettice Mary Ward (born 5 December, 1909 as only daughter of the Honourable Robert Arthur Ward, O.B.E., a son of the Earl of Dudley, and of Lady Mary Acheson, Lettice died 17 April, 1968). That marriage also ended in divorce, 1947.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2) Robert Filmer "Robin" Wilson, born 26 April, 1903, died 14 August, 1944 in a car accident in Italy while on active service as a Lieutenant in the Leicestershire Yeomanry, and is buried in the Military Cemetery at Assisi, Italy. He married 11 September, 1937 to Patricia, Countess of Jersey (only daughter of Kenneth Richards of Cowcumbla, Coota mundra, New South Wales, Australia).
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-1) James Arthur Filmer-Wilson, in an October 1998 letter he notes he has been living at Hong Kong for about 30 years, though he does visit England each year. He married Martine de Ganay (born 9 October, 1948 at Paris, France to Jean-Louis Comte de Ganay and Philippine de Noailles. Though her mother Martine descends from a sister of Napoléon Bonaparte, and so has a well documented genealogy).
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-1-1) Robin Filmer-Wilson, born 1975.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-1-2) Emilie Filmer-Wilson, born 1977.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2) Sarah Filmer-Wilson, married Duncan Davidson, born 1941, grandson of the Duke of Norfolk, a property billionaire.(421)
                          Their four daughters;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-1) Camilla Davidson, unmarried though noted with a daughter from Robert Edward "Ned" William Gascoyne-Cecil, then Viscount Cranborne (born 1970 as eldest son and heir to The Marquess of Salisbury, he succeeded to that title on death of his father in 2003)
                            Her daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-1-1) (daughter), born 2001.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-2) Natasha Davidson, married 1996 to Patrick Esmond James.(422)
                            Their two sons;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-2-1) Arthur Francis James, born 1998.(423)
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-2-2) "Bobby" James, born 23 March, 2003.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-3) Flora Davidson
                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-2-2-2-4) Rose Davidson, born 1979, "the nation's leading female amateur jockey".(424) Married September 2008 as second wife of Grand National-winning jockey Tony Dobbin.(425)

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-3) Helen Margaret Filmer, born 1873 at London, died 1919, married 22 April, 1897 to Rev. Arthur Strangways-Rogers.
                      Their two children (birth order uncertain);

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-3-1) Dorothy Strangways-Rogers
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-3-2) Arthur Edward Strangways-Rogers, died 4 November, 1918 in action in WW1 as a Second Lieutenant, Third Battalion, in the Grenadier Guards. He is buried in the Villers-Pol Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France.(274)

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-4) Dorothy Mary Filmer, born 1876 at London, died unmarried 27 November, 1893.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-3-5) Sir Robert Marcus Filmer, tenth Baronet Filmer, he was born 25 February, 1878 at London. A Justice of the Peace, and military man with a distinguished career including medals for bravery, he died 27 January, 1916 in WW1 as a Captain in the 4th Batallion of the Grenadier Guards and was buried in the Merville Communal Cemetery, France.(274) He never married, and the Baronetcy became extinct with his death.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-4) Helen Filmer, born 11 July, 1836 at East Sutton, Kent, died 6 May, 1905, married the Reverend Philip Menzies Sankey (born 17 April, 1830 at Brompton, London, England, died 9 March, 1909 at Montreux). Philip was the second chaplain of the church of St. John at Montreux in Switzerland, where he served for 27 years.
                    Their two daughters;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-4-1) Margaret H. Sankey, born 1861 at Highclere, Hampshire, England.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-4-2) Alice Sankey, born 1864 at South Kensington, London, England.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-5) Margaret Filmer, born 15 July, 1837 and christened 12 August at East Sutton, Kent, she died there 27 October, 1837, and is buried there.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-3-6) Arthur Filmer, born 15 August, 1844, christened 11 September, 1844 at East Sutton, Kent, died February 1857 at East Sutton, and buried there 21 February, 1857.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-2-4) Anna Bell Monro, born 1815 in Canada.

              3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3) Alexander Mackenzie, born 6 May, 1798 at Trois Rivieres, "Captain of First Scots Fusiliers and 67th Regiment", died 1871 at Launceston, Tasmania. Sonia Mackenzie(85) sends the following biography, and notes on the descent from this Alexander;

                "... joined the New Brunswick Fencibles at aged 15 in 1813, he became a Lieutenent two years later. Transferring to the 21st Royal Fusiliers in 1819 he served in Barbados, St.Lucia and St. Vincents. In 1823 he married Maria Culley, at Grenada, West Indies. Stationed from 1826-8 in England, to Ireland then Australia. 1835 in Tasmania he was promoted to Captain then he was involved in the capture of bushranger Regan.(426) Once more to England and new orders from his superiors to return to Canada. He retired from the Army in 1843 after thirty years service. In 1847 Mary, his first wife died and there is no record of any children.

                "In 1849 Helen Boyes, from the Old Flag House, Lochmaben, Dumfries became the second wife of Captain Alexander. In 1853 a 400ton barque, the ’Camilla’ was chartered by Captain Alexander Mackenzie. On board were his wife Helen, children Alex and Mary, his brother-in-law James Irving Boyes and a Mrs. Marriott.

                "Eventually they reached Launceston and settled on land they purchased. Two more children were born James, and Flora. Alexander died in 1871"

                A note from his gt-grandson Ken MacKenzie Wright in 1988 to the Ullapool Museum has Alexander died 17 January, 1861.

                The four children of Captain Alexander and Helen;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-1) Alexander Mackenzie, born at Scotland (according to Ken MacKenzie Wright), or 1850 at Woolwich, England(427), married 7 April, 1896 in the Church of England at Lymington, Tasmania to Helena Margaret von Stieglitz (born 8 May, 1848 at St Pauls Plains, Tasmania to Henry Lewis von Stieglitz and Helen Amos). They farmed at Launceston, Tasmania. They are noted as having a child living when the database was made, and so details excluded.
                2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2) Mary Jean Mackenzie, born 1853 at Scotland, died 26 February, 1885 at her mother's residence "Valleyfield", at Longford, Tasmania and buried there. She married 20 January, 1881 in Christ Church of England, Longford as first wife to John Charles von Stieglitz (born 11 October, 1844 at "Rosemount", St Pauls River, Avoca, Tasmania to Henry Lewis von Stieglitz and Helen Amos), in announcement of the marriage Mary was noted as "eldest surving daughter". John was a brother of Helena Margaret von Stieglitz who married Mary's brother Alexander above, details are from the same WorldConnect database.
                  Their three children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1) Captain Frederick Lewis von Stieglitz, born 18 October, 1882 at Townsville, Queensland, Australia, died 4 September, 1991 at Launceston, Tasmania.
                    Their four children;(428)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-1) Mary Joyce von Stieglitz, born 28 October, 1922, married Theodore Bernhard Hutton (he died 6 January, 1991)
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-2) Ethel Biddy von Stieglitz, born 7 April, 1925, married 20 November, 1957 at Launceston, Tasmania to Colin Campbell-Wilson (born 14 July, 1928 to Stephen Campbell-Wilson and Doris Ellen Turton).
                      They had a son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-2-1) Duncan Campbell-Wilson, married 28 November, 1981 at Canberra, Australia to Beverly Joy Philip.
                        Their three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-2-1-1) Alexandra Mairi Campbell-Wilson.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-2-1-2) Cathlin Campbell-Wilson.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-2-1-3) Evan David Theodore Campbell-Wilson.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-3) (son) von Stieglitz, born 25 September, 1926.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4) Peter John Vernon von Stieglitz, born 20 July, 1927 at Launceston, Tasmania, died 13 January, 1980 at Brisbane, Queensland, married Joan Wayne.
                      Their four children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-1) Juanita Maree von Stieglitz.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-2) Patrick Lewis von Stieglitz.
                        He had two children:

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-2-1) Jason Patrick von Stieglitz.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-2-2) Shauna von Stieglitz.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-3) Pamela Biddy von Stieglitz,
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-2-1-4-4) Susan Lee von Stieglitz, married Graeme Morriss Cuttriss.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3) James Irving Mackenzie, born 29 July, 1854 at Longford, Tasmania, died 12 February, 1911, lived at Melbourne and married Clarissa Marie Louise Cameron about 1884. Some details on their children are given in a Memoriam notice 1940 by Clarissa mentioning all their children.(429)
                  Their nine children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-1) Helen Marie "Nellie" Mackenzie, born 1884, died 1948, was unmarried, took care of her mother.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2) James Sutherland Mackenzie, born 1886, died 1948, married 16 February, 1916 at Knox Church, Dunedin, N.Z. to Maude Bean of Waimate, New Zealand, James noted at marriage as "of the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, New Zealand".(430)
                    Their two sons;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-1) Kenneth Mackenzie, served in WW2, married Noelene (?).
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-1-1) Hamish Mackenzie, born in New Zealand, a psychologist, he is married to Sandra (?).(431)
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-1-1-1) Connor Mackenzie.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-1-1-2) Nadia Mackenzie.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-1-2) Robin Mackenzie

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-2-2) Roderick Mackenzie, married Margaret (?), served in WW2, Ken Mackenzie Wright notes he was "one of the few New Zealanders in the siege of Tobruk".

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-3) Amelia Cameron "Dollie" Mackenzie, born 1889, died 10 January, 1975, late in life married Dr.W. D. Price "the city organist in Melbourne".
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-4) Alexander Hugh Mackenzie, born 1891, died 1963, Sonia Mackenzie notes for him "Gallipoli".(85) The Memoriam notice in 1940 by his mother mentioning all her children says he served in the 23rd Battalion. It is notable that at least eight descendants in this chart were soldiers in that Battle.(96)

                    He married 2 July, 1919 at Holy Trinity Church of England, Lara, to Margaret Doris Colenso (only daughter of William Colenso of Lara).(432) The marriage notification notes Alex as "late A.I.F." Their 25th wedding announcement in 1944 has them then resident at 11 Westbury grove. East St. Kilda, S.2, Melbourne.
                    They had at least two children;(433)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-4-1) Jean Margaret Mackenzie, born 30 March, 1920 at "Merwal, 13 Lantana road, Gardenvale".
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-4-2) Clair Irving Mackenzie, born 30 March, 1920 at "Merwal, 13 Lantana road, Gardenvale", twin of Jean Margaret.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-5) Colin Campbell Mackenzie, born 1893, died 1944, the Memoriam notice in 1940 by his mother mentioning all her children says he served in the 11th Battery. Sonia Mackenzie notes for him "France", however, he is not noted as a casualty in the CWGC database.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-6) Roderick Alan Mackenzie, born 1895, died 21 July, 1916 while a prisoner of war as a Sergeant in the 31st Battalion of the Australian Infantry during WW1, buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez in France, his parents as next of kin noted then as living at Caulfield, Victoria, Australia.(274) Sonia Mackenzie notes for him "Fromelles".
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7) Charles Kenneth Mackenzie, born 1898, died 2 July, 1934 of war caused illness, married in 1923 to Elsie Henshall, he served in the Royal Australian Navy from 1914 to 1918 in WW1 and became a "soldier settler" at Red Cliffs following the war. His Widow Elsie married secondly in 1935 to Henry Wright, hence her son's "double barrelled" surname.
                    Their two sons;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7-1) Kenneth Irving Mackenzie Wright, born 6 September, 1925, living at Mildura, Victoria in 1988. He served as a pilot of the Royal Australian Air Force, was on the Mildura City Council from 1961 till 1973 when he was elected to the Parliament of Victoria representing North West Province. While in Parliament he was Deputy President and Chairman of Committee of the Legislative Council till his retirement in 1992. As well as his noted career in politics, Ken is an author, and supporter in a management post of Scouts and Ambulance Services. He left a note at the Ullapool Museum regarding his ancestry.(87)

                      Ken married 18 October, 1949 to Valda Ellen Gallagher.
                      Their three children.

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7-1-1) Ian Mackenzie Wright, born 1951.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7-1-2) Stuart Mackenzie Wright, born 1953.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7-1-3) Louise Mackenzie Wright, born 1961.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-7-2) Maxwell Mackenzie, married June Rooke, and they have five children.

                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-8) Hector MacDonald Mackenzie, born 1900, died 1979. Enlisted at the end of WW1, missing action then, but enlisted again in WW2 serving in the Middle East and New Guinea. Married Kathleen MacMurdi.
                    Their only child;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-8-1) Brian Mackenzie, was an accountant at Melbourne, married Patricia Clark.
                      Their three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-8-1-1) Robyn Mackenzie.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-8-1-2) Andrew Mackenzie.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-8-1-3) Harley Mackenzie (a son).

                  9. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-3-9) Malcolm Septimus Mackenzie, died 1984, he was married to Vera May James (engagement announced 10 November, 1939 has her as "eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. T. James, of Linden, Yarra street, Hawthorn").(434) The Memoriam notice in 1940 by his mother mentioning all her children says Malcolm served in the 2nd A.I.F., Ken Mackenzie Wright notes he was to young for WW1, but served WW2 in the Middle East and New Guinea.

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-2-3-4) Flora MacDonald Mackenzie, born at Launceston, Tasmania, died 18 Decemberm 1891 at Townsville, Queensland, married 20 February, 1881 to James Gordon.

            3. (2-1-4-3-2-3) Roderick Mackenzie, born sometime after his brother James about 1753, and old enough to sign his own name to a petition in 1767.(435) As his father died 1762, and there were three more as yet unidentified children, this Roderick was most likely born 1754-6 at Achiltibuie. He died 1808-9.

              An 1814 letter between two sons of this Roderick identify themselves as cousins of Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne and his brother Henry.(436) The genealogy of the brothers from their arival in Canada and one generation back in Scotland has been well researched by their descendants, and their details clearly identify this Roderick as their own ancestor. Their research notes Roderick raised his family at Glaschoil near Garve in Contin Parish, and died there 1808-9. There are six children noted with his first wife, Isobel Mackenzie (died 1805-6, daughter of of Roderick Mackenzie who was himself a son of Mackenzie of Achilty, and her mother was Anne Mackenzie, a daughter of Alexander, III of Ballone). As both Roderick and Isobel were grandchildren of Alexander, III of Ballone, they were first cousins.

              Roderick's second wife is noted as Alexanderina Mackenzie, Widow of Alexander MacRae, Tacksman of Hilltown, Strathmore. She was seventh child of Alexander, IV of Ballone. Roderick's mother was a sister of that Alexander, so the marriage of Roderick to Alexanderina would have been between first cousins, as was his first marriage!

              Children of Roderick and Isobel;

              1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1) Donald Mackenzie, born about 1775, died 7 May, 1860 at Four Mile Brook, Pictou County, Nova Scotia. He emigrated in June 1803 to Nova Scotia, probably aboard "the Favourite", and settled at Four Mile Brook. His descendant, Shirley McCormick, has provided much of the research on the Pictou Mackenzies. Donald married 19 November, 1804 in Nova Scotia to Barbara Mackenzie (born 1787 at West River, Nova Scotia to John MacKenzie and Isabella Chisholm, died 23 October, 1864). Donald and Barbara are buried in the St. John’s Church of Scotland Cemetery.

                Donald and Barbara had ten children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1) John Mackenzie, born 3 January, 1806, died 12 April, 1886, he married 12 March, 1840 to Margaret Fraser (born September 1806, died July 1899). They lived on the homestead where his father had cleared land and built a barn in 1803. John and Margaret are buried in the St. John’s Church of Scotland Cemetery.
                  Their five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1) Daniel Mackenzie, born about 1841, married Margaret Ann Mackenzie (born about 1842). In the 1881 census this couple are at Roger's Hill with Daniel's parents, a few other Mackenzie relatives, and three children I assume to be theirs;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1-1) Ella F. Mackenzie, born 11 June, 1873, unmarried with her two siblings in the 1901 census at Dalhousie, Pictou.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1-2) John J. Mackenzie, born 3 October, 1874 at Four Mile Bridge, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 1940. He was unmarried with his two siblings in the 1901 census at Dalhousie, Pictou. In the 1911 census at Dalhousie his birth is noted as October, 1873. He married 26 November, 1902 at Millsville, Pictou to Mabel Victoria Young (born June 1866 at Millsville to George Young and Jane Fitzpatrick, died 1912 and buried at Gladstone Cemetery, Four Mile Bridge). "John was a Farmer", "Mabel was a nurse and received her training at Providence, Rhode Island". With John in the 1911 census were Mabel and their two daughters;(437)

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1-2-1) Donalda Jane Mackenzie, born November 1905 at Four Mile Brook, Pictou County, died 2 September, 1990 at Boston, Massachusetts, and buried at Seaview Cemetery, Pictou, Nova Scotia. "Nurse, graduate of Rhode island School of Nursing. worked for the New England Baptist Hospital, Boston for many years before retiring".
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1-2-2) Ella Margaret Mackenzie, born March 1907.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-1-3) Roderick P. Mackenzie, born 3 July, 1879, unmarried with his two siblings in the 1901 census at Dalhousie, Pictou.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-2) Catherine Mackenzie.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-3) Barbara Mackenzie.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-4) Mary Bell Mackenzie.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-1-5) James Mackenzie.

                2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2) Isabella Mackenzie, born 12 March, 1808, married 22 December, 1831 at West River to John Forbes (he died before the 1871 census) In the 1871 census this family was in the Albion Mines, Pictou district. Isabella was Widowed with four of her unmarried children in the 1881 census at Albion Mines.
                  Their eight children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-1) Mary Ann Forbes, born about 1833.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-2) Barbara Jane Forbes, born 15 October, 1835, unmarried with three of her siblings and their Widowed mother in the 1881 census at Albion Mines, unmarried with her brothers Donald and Roderick in the 1901 census at Abercrombie, Pictou County.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-3) John Forbes, born about 1840, he was a ship's Captain, unmarried with three of his siblings and their Widowed mother in the 1881 census at Albion Mines.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-4) Christiana J. Forbes, born about 1842.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-5) Donald Forbes, born 6 June, 1842, he was a ship's carpenter, unmarried with three of his siblings and their Widowed mother in the 1881 census at Albion Mines, noted then as a Farmer, unmarried with his sister Barbara and brother Roderick in the 1901 census at Abercrombie, Pictou County.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-6) Catherine Ellen Forbes, born 1845, died 1913, married Malcolm Mackenzie of Abercrombie, Pictou County (born 1839 to Thomas Mackenzie and Flora McFarland, died 1904). The 1901 census has them at Fisher Grant, Pictou, with Catherine noted as born 28 March, 1845, and Malcolm with a birth year that disagrees with their memorial stone; 10 February, 1841, the dates further disagree with the 1911 census when she is Widowed with three of unmarried siblings at Abercrombie, (Roderick, Donald, and Barbara Jane), birth noted as March 1851. Catherine and Malcolm are buried with Malcolm's family in Greenwood Cemetery, Pictou.(438)
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-7) Duncan Forbes, born about 1848, he was a blacksmith. Cannot identify him in the 1881 Nova Scotia census.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-2-8) Roderick A. Forbes, born 29 February, 1851, he was a farmer, unmarried with three of his siblings and their Widowed mother in the 1881 census at Albion Mines, unmarried with his sister Barbara and brother Donald in the 1901 census at Abercrombie, Pictou County.

                3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3) Roderick "Rory" Mackenzie, born 22 May, 1810 at Four Mile Brook, Pictou County, died 3 April, 1890, married 28 October, 1834 to Margaret A. Swinburg (christened 6 June, 1802 at Christ Church, Shelburne, Nova Scotia to parents Christian Swinburg and Catherine Harpel, died 19 October, 1891). Roderick and Margaret are buried in Haliburton Cemetery. Margaret's father is thought to have been a member of a Hessian Regiment granted land in Shelburne, Nova Scotia after the American Revolution. Roderick had been a ship’s architect, and had travelled to Russia before setting up business at Pictou.

                  Roderick became a very successful merchant and trader at Pictou, from his store there on Wharf Street he sent lumber to the West Indies and brought back molasses and rum. From 1849 he was commissioner for examining and appointing pilots for the Port of Pictou. There was friction between Roderick and his children; in his will he left most of his fortune to his grandson James "Henry" MacKenzie.
                  Roderick and Margaret had three children:

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1) William A. Mackenzie, born 1836 at Pictou, died January 1914 at Lacombe, Alberta, married 1 August, 1867 to Louisa Adelaide Lowden (born 1 May, 1845 to Henry B. Lowden and Annie, died 16 April, 1927 at Lacombe). A strong willed family, William was disinherited by his father, his son J. Henry MacKenzie inherited instead. Louisa was also from a prominant Pictou shipbuilding family, dating there from 1788, she was noted as a strict Presbyterian.

                    In later life William married and settled down as a ship owner and farmer at the Lowden farm at Seaforth, on Beaches Road, but as a youth he ran off to the sea, whaling in the Pacific, and caught up in the Taiping War in China. Shirley McCormick notes that when their son James "Henry" Mackenzie inherited Seaforth William and Louisa moved to Tulach-Ard Cottage on Denoon Street, then around 1906 they moved to their son William’s homestead at Lacombe, Alberta, where they died. Louise's obituary includes several details on the family.(439)
                    They had five children.

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-1) James "Henry" Mackenzie, born June 1866, died 31 October, 1914 "in sudden circumstances", married firstly to Mary Farquharson (daughter of the Honourable D. Farquharson of Prince Edward Island). Mary died "in mysterious circumstances", then Henry married secondly October 1904 to Florence M. Smith (born May 1883 at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, died 10 April, 1918 and buried in the Catholic Cemetery). After inheriting his grandfather's estate in 1890 Henry became known as "a gentleman of leisure". His obituary gives greater detail on his interesting life.(440) Henry's Widow Florence remarried to Thomas Lott of Pictou, then died shortly and suddenly herself. A custody battle for the children ensued, resulting in their being raised by Henry's sister Margaret and her husband Henry Hatton.(441)
                      Henry and Florence's three children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-1-1) Helen Louise Mackenzie, born June 1905, married Albert B. Cheeseman (born about 1901 in Canada), in 1931 Albert was noted as at Portland, Oregon, and in 1983 at Lacey, Washington. In 1940 the family is at Portland, noted as living at same house in 1935, and that Albert was "Pharm. Rep." for UpJohn Drugs.
                        They had at least one child;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-1-1-1) Merle Cheeseman, born about 1936 at Portland.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-1-2) “Margaret” Florence Mackenzie, born 1907, died 1996, married firstly to (?) Winram, married secondly to "Fred" Walter Evans (born 1874 to Walter F. Evans of South Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C., he died 23 February, 1944 at Vancouver). Margaret lived in Vancouver and was noted as "a bright and witty woman throughout her life".
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-1-3) James Henry "Harry" Mackenzie.

                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2) Margaret Maude Mortimer Mackenzie, born 26 January, 1872 at Seaforth House, Pictou, died 16 September, 1952 at Vancouver, B.C., married 13 November, 1889 at the Knox Church, Pictou, to Henry Hatton "Harry" Crerar (born 7 May, 1868 at Pictou, died 3, December 1948 at Vancouver). She was educated on Prince Edward Island, and became a noted beauty. Both Henry and Margaret are buried in the Forest Lawn Cemetery at Burnaby, B.C.

                      Harry was described as "a gentleman, not so much disdainful of work as foreign to the concept", from an old Pictou family, he had been sent for education at Edinburgh and then Texas. He travelled extensively before returning to Nova Scotia, where his father bought him the home at Crystal Cliffs, outside of Antigonish. His father died shortly after Harry and Margaret wed, leaving him a small fortune. The Crerar family is well documented by descendant David A. Crerar.(436) In 1919 the family sold Crystal Cliffs, and resettled in Vancouver, David A. Crerar suggests the move was for a variety of reasons; financially strained from high living, trauma from their sons WW1 experiences, and the pressure from the family custody battle involving the three orphaned children of Margaret's uncle.

                      Harry was noted as "a kindly and gentle man" and for the sense of humour he kept up, even in later years of financial difficulty, Margaret as sharing a good sense of humour, tempered by "a Presbyterian sense of decorum", her later years troubled by stomach cancer and gangrene related to diabetes.
                      Besides the three children of Margaret's uncle they raised six children of their own;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-1) Jane Kate "Jean" Crerar, born 13 December, 1890 at Antigonish Harbour, Nova Scotia, died 26 July, 1983 at West Vancouver, B.C., unmarried. She led a facinating life, David A. Crerar includes lots of background on her in history of the Crerar family, including sections from her unpublished autobiography. In the 1920s she went to Asia, spending time at Rangoon, then Calcutta, and from 1936 to '39 worked as a stenographer for the Public Works Department of Singapore. Her book describes how life carried on as the Japanese advanced on Singapore, and her office was bombed. She was evacuated to Austra;lia a week before Singapore fell. Following the war, in 1947, she went to Hong Kong and continued working there till an inheritance in 1949 allowed her to return to B.C. in style, where she retired at Victoria.
                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-2) Laura Henrietta Crerar, born 13 November, 1892 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and died there 26 February, 1911 of typhoid fever. She is buried in St. James Presbyterian Cemetery, Antigonish.
                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-3) John Crerar, born 16 July, 1896 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, died unmarried 1 June, 1961 at Hakone, Japan, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, at Burnaby, B.C. Educated at King’s Collegiate in Windsor, Nova Scotia, where he excelled at sports. He entered the army in 1915, and served in France with some distinction, including at Vimy Ridge. After the war, in 1919, he returned to his family at Vancouver, where he worked as a carpenter and gardener. He travelled extensively after his retirement in 1958, and was visiting the beautiful hot spring resort at Hakone, Japan, when he died of a heart attack.
                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-4) William Grant "Bill" Crerar, born 19 September, 1899 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, died 4 July, 1921 at Lacombe, Alberta at the farm of his Uncle, William D. MacKenzie, his health destroyed by the war, including gassing, and was buried there at Fairview Cemetery. He enlisted in 1916, and after the war worked as an automobile mechanic.
                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5) Henry Hatton "Hatt" "Jumbo" Crerar, born 5 April, 1901 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, died 15 October, 1961 at Vancouver and buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Burnaby, B.C., he married 1 January, 1936 to Kathleen Jean Burke (born 4 May 1908 at Vancouver, B.C. to William Wilmer Burke and Sarah Jane Hunter of New Westminster, British Columbia). Like his older brothers he attended King’s College School, Windsor, Nova Scotia from 1916 to 1919, where he was a noted athlete. When the family moved to Vancouver in 1919 Hatt worked there as a bank clerk, then at the British Columbia Telephone Company, later as a lumberjack, and for a period worked at a bank in San Francisco. Kathleen was a kindergarten teacher for thirty years, and was noted by her grandson David as "the world’s best Nana, descriptions of whom dull genealogical texts cannot do justice".
                        Hatt and Kathleen's two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1) William Grant "Bill" Crerar, born 26 October, 1936 at Vancouver, B.C., married 29 December, 1958 at Port Arthur, Ontario to Susan E. Prettie (born 30 March, 1939 at Port Arthur to Robert Prettie and Laura of Port Arthur). Bill is noted in David A. Crerar's 1999 file as chair of a Toronto, Ontario financial corporation and Sue as founder and proprietor of a Toronto art gallery, with the family living then at "Craigellachie Farm, Elora, Ontario" in the Halton Hills north of Toronto.
                          Their four children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-1) Kathryn Laura "Kelly" Crerar, born 23 August, 1959 at Vancouver, married 25 June, 1983 at Orton, Ontario, near the family's farm at Craigellachie to James Bruce "Jamie" Kirkland. In 1991 Kelly was noted as working for a medical supply company, and Jamie as a Professor at Guelph University.
                            Their two children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-1-1) Benjamin Kirkland, born 4 August 1986.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-1-2) Megan Kirkland, born 4 May 1988.

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-2) Lauren Suzanne "Lori" Crerar, born 29 September, 1960 at Vancouver. Lori "works in the travel industry and has travelled to many exotic climes". She married firstly 29 December, 1987 at Toronto to Michael Jeppe Friisdahl.
                            Their daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-2-1) Samantha Hannah Friisdahl, born 13 October, 1995 at Toronto.

                            Lori married secondly 28 August, 1999 at Craigellachie Farm, Elora, Ontario to Mark Linton.

                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-3) Steven Hatton Crerar, born 11 February, 1963 at Vancouver, married 25 August, 1989 at Toronto to Lynne Elizabeth Penfold (born 10 August, 1964 at Port Huron, Michigan), David A. Crerar noted in 1999 "[Steve] works for a food and beverage company and she runs her own line of clothing for boys". He also notes them then living at Mississauga, Ontario, with three children;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-3-1) Harrison Grant Crerar, born 9 August, 1990 at Toronto, Ontario.
                            2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-3-2) Alexander Thomas Crerar, born 26 October, 1991 at Toronto, Ontario.
                            3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-3-3) Caelen Jean Crerar, born 12 August, 1994 at Toronto, Ontario.

                          4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-1-4) Andrew James Peter Crerar, born 13 September, 1965 at Thunder Bay, Ontario, noted in 1991 as "an entrepreneur, currently marketing an environmentally sensible airhorn for bicycles, boats and other fast-moving objects. He lives in Toronto but spends a great deal of time zipping around the globe with work".

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-2) Anthony Burke "Tony" Crerar, born 10 April, 1940 at Vancouver, B.C., married 26 August, 1967 at Vancouver, B.C., to Maureen Ann Elizabeth Kirby (born 21 April, 1943 at Twickenham, England to Thomas Albert Kirby and Anne Amelia Lazell). Their son David noted in 1999 that Tony was "a Chartered Accountant and golfer in Vancouver", and Maureen "a conference planner and trekker of exotic countries".
                          Their three children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-2-1) David Anthony Crerar, born 19 May, 1969 at Vancouver, B.C., married 26 August, 1995 to Julia Elspeth Lawn (born 12 September, 1969 at Brockville, Ontario). Both are lawyers at Vancouver, B.C. David's research is the major source for the data on the Crerars in this file.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-2-2) Suzanne Elizabeth Crerar, born 17 February, 1971 at Vancouver, B.C.
                          3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-5-2-3) Carolyn Jane Crerar, born 5 June, 1973 at North Vancouver, married 25 September, 1999 at Vancouver to John David Roberts.

                      6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6) Laura Crerar, born 6 June, 1911 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, died 3 February, 1988 at North Vancouver, B.C. and buried with her parents at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Burnaby, B.C. She married Richard Maurice “Dick” Bailey (born 12 February, 1906 at Bristol, England to Reginald Bailey and Sylvia Cox, died 9 February, 1974 at Vancouver). David A. Crerar notes as a child Laura was affectionately called “Lalo” and “Lollypop”. Richard was a baker till retirement in 1968, this family lived at Vancouver.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-1) Joanne Patricia Bailey, born 15 May, 1940, married Keith Richardson.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-1-1) Tracey Laura Richardson, born 16 October, 1961 at Vancouver, B.C.
                            Her daughter;

                            1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-1-1-1) Courtney (?).

                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-1-2) Rory Lawrence Allan Richardson, born 13 May, 1965 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, married Maureen. David A. Crerar noted in 1999; "Rory is a teacher and lives in Burnaby. His wife works for a brewery".

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-2) John William Crerar "Jack" Bailey, born 10 April, 1944, noted in 1999 as living at Tsawwassen, B.C.
                          His two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-2-1) Christopher John Joseph Bailey, born 3 September, 1978 at Edmonton, Alberta.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-2-6-2-2) Katherine Ann Bailey, born 6 December, 1979 Edmonton, Alberta.

                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-3) William D. "Bud" Mackenzie, married 19 February, 1908 at Westville, Nova Scotia to “Norah” Angelica Desmond of Grantor (born 1884, died 21 June, 1964 at Vancouver B.C.?), they lived at Edmonton, Alberta. Norah had worked in a shoe store and was a noted beauty. William's parents joined them later, the two families sharing a duplex. They later sold their 160 acres and retired to Lulu Island near Richmond, B.C.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-3-1) William Desmond "Bill" Mackenzie, died in the 1980s, married Maxine Fitzpatrick. They moved from Lacombe, Alberta shortly after his parents moved to B.C., to Seattle, Washington, to be with Maxine’s parents. Bill worked at Universal Motors and Maxine was a hairdresser.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-3-1-1) Norah Mackenzie, noted as married.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-3-1-2) Patrick Mackenzie, married to Fran (?), he was a social worker and Fran was a teacher, they were noted by David A. Crerar in his 1999 file as then living at Roseburg, Oregon, with a son and a daughter.

                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4) Ann Mackenzie, married firstly to Raymond Henry, he died soon after the marriage.
                      Their son;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-1) Roderick William "Rodie" Henry Berry, born about 1908.
                        His two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-1-1) William Berry, born about 1930.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-1-2) Dale Berry, born about 1945.

                      Ann married secondly in 1918 to Charles Berry.
                      Their two children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2) Louise Elizabeth Berry, married Martin Koleyak (died 1996). Martin was from Red Deer, Alberta, they farmed in the Crestomise area north-west of Lacombe, Alberta, semi-retiring in 1971 to Lacombe.
                        Their two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-1) David Koleyak, married Carol (?), they live at Lacombe, Alberta, farming the Koleyak farm.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-1-1) Ryan Koleyak, born 1978.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-1-2) Steven Koleyak, born 1980.

                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-2) Patricia "Paddi" Koleyak, married and since divorced to Bruce McFadden. Paddi is a teacher.
                          Their two children;

                          1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-2-1) Erin McFadden, born about 1974.
                          2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-2-2-2) Sean McFadden, born about 1976.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-4-3) Roderick "Tootsie" Berry.

                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-1-5) Roderick Mackenzie, noted by David A. Crerar from an article 9 March, 1950 in the Pictou Advocate as “killed on board the 6-master barkentine, E.R.Stirling when she was dismasted in the North Atlantic in 1924 on a voyage from Adelaide to London”, and buried on the Canary Islands. David's research notes Roderick as "one of the most colourful members of a colourful family", and says he was a decorated soldier of the Boer War, and from a 1908 Pictou Advocate article as then "first officer on the Acme". He served in WW1 and was captured there in East Africa by the Germans, wounded, he succeeding in his second escape attempt, "He travelled 16 days through the wilds of East Africa, living on wild fruit and travelling only at night for fear of being recaptured".(442)

                      Roderick married twice, sisters, the first's name not noted, the second "Flo", who is noted as living in Lisarow, New South Wales, Australia in 1928.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-2) Dr. James Henry Mackenzie, born 1839, died suddenly 7 January, 1864 at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-3-3) Margaret Ann Mackenzie, married 22 January, 1861 to Edward Mortimer, (born 21 May, 1823, died 1898). Mortimer was a tea planter in Ceylon and member of "one of Pictou’s great families".

                4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4) Mary Mackenzie, born 22 April, 1814, married Hugh Fraser (born about 1808). Hugh was a farmer and this family lived in the Albion Mines district of Pictou County. The couple with their three youngest sons are in the 1881 census at Albion Mines.
                  Their five sons;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4-1) George William Fraser, born about 1839, married Catherine A. Mackenzie (born about 1847 at Toney River, Nova Scotia)
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4-2) Daniel Fraser, born about 1844, a farmer.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4-3) Roderick Fraser, born about 1847, a sailor.
                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4-4) John Fraser, born about 1850, a farmer.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-4-5) Henry Fraser, born about 1856.

                5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5) Ann "Nancy" Mackenzie, born 24 August, 1816, married Daniel McKay, she is Widowed by the 1881 census at Hardwood Hill, Pictou, and still alive in the 1901 census there at the home of her daughter in law, Jane. With her in the 1881 census were two young Porteous children; Forston, 12 years old, and Barbara M., two years old, likely orphaned grandchildren, that assumption confirmed as Barbara is still with the family in 1901, birth listed as 28 June, 1878.
                  Their five children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-1) Belle McKay.
                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-2) Norman McKay, born about 1850, an unmarried farmer at the home of his brother Daniel in the 1881 census at Hardwood Hill, Pictou.
                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-3) Daniel McKay, born about 1852, died before the 1901 census, he married firstly sometime after the 1881 census at Hardwood Hill, Pictou, to to Dolly McDonald.
                    Their daughter;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-3-1) Mary McKay, born 1 May, 1884, married sometime after the 1901 census to Edward A. Fullerton (born March 1871 to David Fullerton and Elizabeth C.), in 1911 they are at Pictou with no children.

                    Daniel McKay married secondly to Jane Dennon (born 10 January, 1867, her mother Jane's surname written as "Denoon" in the 1901 census).
                    Their two daughters;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-3-2) Hazel E. McKay, born 6 August, 1897.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-3-3) Daniella McKay, born 6 May, 1899.

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-4) Christina McKay.
                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-5) Jessie E. McKay, born about 1859, married in 1880 to David J. Fraser (born in Nova Scotia about 1858). In the 1881 census this couple is at Hardwood Hill, Pictou, Nova Scotia, David noted as a farmer, with a young daughter;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-5-5-1) Annie G. Fraser, born December 1880.

                6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6) Colin Mackenzie, born 18 April, 1820, died 9 April, 1878 in Nova Scotia, married 27 December, 1849 to Helen "Ellen" McLeod (born 18 February, 1830, died 18 February, 1877 in Nova Scotia). This family lived on the neighbouring farm to Colin's father at Four Mile Brook. They are buried in St. John’s Cemetery, Scotsburn, Pictou County. Their eight children;

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1) Annie Mackenzie, born 17 December, 1850, died February, 1942, married 13 February, 1873 at Pictou to John R. "Tycher" Mackenzie (born 23 November, 1846, died 16 May, 1919). In the 1881 census this couple is at Roger's Hill, Pictou, with three children, in 1901 they are at Dalhousie, Pictou with ten children, in 1911 they are there with only their youngest two sons.
                    Their ten children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-1) Ellen M. Mackenzie, born 8 December 1874, in the 1901 census as "Nellie Ann".
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-2) Roderick F. Mackenzie, born 7 August, 1876.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-3) Colin L. Mackenzie, born 3 July, 1879, in the 1901 census as "Colin S.".
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-4) Stewart A. Mackenzie, born 22 July, 1881.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-5) Margret M. Mackenzie, born 21 May, 1883.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-6) Christina Mackenzie, born 14 June, 1886.
                    7. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-7) John G. Mackenzie, born 8 March, 1889.
                    8. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-8) Victor R. Mackenzie, born 18 July, 1897.
                    9. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-9) Daniel W. Mackenzie, born 3 June, 1894.
                    10. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-1-10) Norman C. Mackenzie, born 12 March, 1898.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2) Barbara Marjorie "Maggie" Mackenzie, born 11 November, 1852 (1901 census says 1853), died 1 October, 1939, married 20 November, 1877 to John J. "Big John" Mackenzie (born 8 March, 1842 in Nova Scotia, 1901 census says born 9 February, 1843, died 16 April, 1923). In the 1881 census this couple is at Roger's Hill, Pictou, Nova Scotia, with two young children, in 1901 at Dalhousie, Pictou, with four children, in 1911 they are there in the Household before Barbara's sister Annie, with two children.
                    Their five children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2-1) Colin W. Mackenzie, born about 1879.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2-2) Daniel T. Mackenzie, born 27 May, 1880.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2-3) John A. Mackenzie, born 10 March, 1883, unmarried with his parents at Dalhousie, Pictou, in the 1911 census.
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2-4) George R. Mackenzie, born 15 September, 1886.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-2-5) Alice C. Mackenzie, born 2 July, 1891, unmarried with her parents at Dalhousie, Pictou, in the 1911 census.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3) Daniel Colin Mackenzie, born 24 April, 1855 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 20 April, 1928 at Green Hill, Pictou, and buried in Gladstone Cemetery, Four Mile Brook, married 31 December, 1894 at Scotsburn, Pictou to Marion Ann "Merron" MacLeod (born 6 February, 1860 to Neil MacLeod and Annie MacLeod, died June 1942 at Union Centre). Both Daniel and Marion are buried in Gladstone Cemetery, Four Mile Brook.
                    Their six children;(443)

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-1) Colin Allison Mackenzie, born 7 October, 1885 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 9 July, 1915 in Pictou County, and buried in Gladstone Cemetery. He was unmarried with his parents and siblings in the 1911 census at Dalhousie, Pictou County.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-2) Neil Osborne Mackenzie, born 18 March, 1888 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 4 July, 1963 in Pictou County, and buried in Gladstone Cemetery. He was unmarried with his parents and siblings in the 1911 census at Dalhousie, Pictou County, forename as "Osborne".
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-3) George Warren Mackenzie, born 21 August, 1891 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 19 December, 1968 in Aberdeen Hospital at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, married July 1942 to Catherine Kerr. He was unmarried with his parents and siblings in the 1911 census at Dalhousie, Pictou County, forename as "Warren".
                    4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-4) Annie MacLeod Mackenzie, born 8 April, 1894 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 10 July, 1959 in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, and buried in Gladstone Cemetery. She was with her parents and siblings in the 1911 census at Dalhousie, Pictou County.
                    5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-5) Hugh Alvin Mackenzie, born 9 July, 1896 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 4 December, 1902 in Pictou County, and buried in Gladstone Cemetery.
                    6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6) Harold Sheldon Mackenzie, born 16 April, 1901 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, died 24 August, 1987 in Pictou County, married 1929 at Tanner Hill to Gladys Mackenzie (born 4 February, 1901 in Pictou County, Nova Scotia). Harold was with his parents and siblings in the 1911 census at Dalhousie, Pictou County.
                      Their five children;

                      1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-1) (son) Mackenzie, details excluded from the WorldConnect tree of Robert M. Wells, other than to note his title as "Reverend Doctor", and married to (?) Butcher, with two children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-1-1) (son) Mackenzie, details excluded from the WorldConnect tree of Robert M. Wells, other than to note his title as "Dr.", and married to (?) Oliver, with two daughters.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-1-2) (daughter) Mackenzie.

                      2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-2) Shirley Mackenzie, married to (?) McCormick. Shirley has researched and shared many of the details in this chart on descent from her ancestor, Roderick Mackenzie of Glaschoil, including ancient family correspondance. She is noted as having three children;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-2-1) (son) McCormick.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-2-2) (daughter) McCormick, married (?) Rose, they have two daughters.
                        3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-2-3) (son) McCormick.

                      3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-3) (son) Mackenzie, married (?) Smith.
                        Their son;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-3-1) Clifford Kenneth Mackenzie, born and died December, 1980.

                      4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-4) (son) Mackenzie, married (?) MacDonald, their two sons;

                        1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-4-1) (son) Mackenzie, married (?) Zwicker, with two sons.
                        2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-4-2) (son) Mackenzie, married (?) Forbes.

                      5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-3-6-5) Mackenzie,

                  4. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-4) Jessie Belle Mackenzie, born 18 October, 1857, died 15 March, 1903 at Trenton, Pictou, Nova Scotia, married 28 June, 1877 to Robert George Murray (born 9 November, 1849, died 28 October, 1915 at Trenton). In the 1901 census this couple is at Trenton with three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-4-1) Ella M. Murray, born 23 June, 1878.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-4-2) Arthur A. Murray, born 7 April, 1882. Not certain, but I think it likely this is the Arthur at Stellarton, Pictou County, in the 1911 census, his birth then noted as March 1881, married to Elsie, born June 1891.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-4-3) Ira C. Murray, born 23 September, 1889.

                  5. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-5) George MacLeod Mackenzie, born 20 April, 1860, died 12 May, 1866.
                  6. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-6) Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mackenzie, born 31 August, 1862, died 1927, married firstly in 1884 to James Edward Barry (born December 1843, died 10 July, 1899), she married secondly 15 November, 1913 to Daniel Murray (died 24 February, 1920).
                  7. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-7) Georgina Helen Mackenzie, born 22 August, 1867, died 15 January, 1932, married 1 June, 1895 to Duncan Fraser.
                  8. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-6-8) Colina Blythe Mackenzie, born 2 April, 1870 at Nova Scotia, died 1 April, 1926 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, married 17 February, 1900 at Saltsprings, Nova Scotia to Isaac M. Logan (born 28 December 1875 in Nova Scotia, to George Logan and Mary C., died 29 April, 1913 at Berkeley, California). Their descendants include J.B.Logan, who is noted as a researcher of Pictou MacKenzies.

                7. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-7) Alexander Mackenzie, born 3 April, 1822.
                8. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-8) Donald Mackenzie, born 15 December, 1824, noted as having had a store at Bruce Mines, Ontario, in 1864.
                9. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-9) William Mackenzie, born 3 February, 1826, possibly buried in St. John’s Cemetery, Scotsburn, Nova Scotia.
                10. (2-1-4-3-2-3-1-10) Margaret Mackenzie, born 7 June, 1829.

              2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2) Roderick Mackenzie, born about 1777, died 1 August, 1866 at Montreal, he had emigrated to there in Spring 1804.(444) At Montreal he married 4 January, 1821 to Barbara Mackay (noted in 1861 census as 66 years old, born in United States), and was a dry goods merchant in St. Paul Street.

                177-181, rue Saint-Paul Est, store of Roderick Mackenzie from 1818 to 1835


                Their two children;

                1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1) Mary Ann Mackenzie,

                  born 10 July, 1830, married William Louis Haldimand (born 26 September, 1827 to Louis Haldimand and Hannah Wurtle)

                  William was a hardware merchant in Montreal like Mary's father. Both were alive in the 1901 and 1911 censuses at Montreal.

                  1852 ad for Haldimand Hardware
                  1852 ad for Haldimand Hardware from
                  "Le patrimoine du Vieux-Montréal en détail", see

                  credited there to "Bibliothèque et Archives
                  nationales du Québec, Collection Massicotte.

                  They had at least five children, all sons;(296)

                  1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-1) Roderick Mackenzie Haldimand, born 13 October, 1859 or 31 October, 1860 at Ile de Montreal, died 14 August, 1917, he married 27 October, 1886 at Toronto to Jennie Gertrude Paterson of Toronto (born 5 July, 1864 to Peter Paterson and Jane), the marriage notice lists Roderick as a merchant from Montreal.(445). This couple is in the 1901 census at Montreal with three children;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-1-1) Roderick Mackenzie Haldimand, born 31 August, 1887, his WW1 Attestation Paper in 1916 has his birth as having been at Toronto, but his residence then at Westmount, Montreal and occupation as "Salesman". It also notes as next of kin a wife, "Flora Helena". He looks to have survived WW1, as he is not listed in the war graves database.
                    2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-1-2) Mary Edna Haldimand, born 22 July, 1888 according to the 1901 census, July 1889 according to the 1911 census.
                    3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-1-3) Irene Gertrude Haldimand, born 22 April, 1891.

                  2. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-2) William Louis Haldimand, born 14 August, 1861 at Ile de Montreal, a Widower in the 1901 census at Montreal with his parents and son Reginald. His first wife had been Theresa Lefebvre, she is noted in his second marriage, 2 June, 1904 at l'Église anglicane St-Mark de Longueuil to Maude Emily Tooke (born January 1873 to John Tooke of Longueuil and Jane Bell).(446) In the 1911 census William, Maud, and his son are at Westmount, Quebec.
                    Son of William Louis Haldimand and Theresa Lefebvre;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-2-1) Reginald Louis "Reggie" Haldimand, born 10 April, 1889 at Toronto, Ontario, his WW1 Attestation Paper in 1915 has his birth as having been at Toronto, but his residence then at Westmount, Montreal and occupation as "Clerk". He was unmarried then, and his father was listed as next of kin. He was noted in a June 1918 article about his cousin Percy (below) as having been wounded.

                  3. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-3) Albert Wurtle Haldimand, christened 1863 at St. Gabriel's Church in Montreal, a patron submitted source in the I.G.I. says he was born 29 July 1863 at Ile De Montreal, and died 30 or 31 July, 1948 at Montreal. The 1901 census has Albert at Montreal, born 12 August, 1865, with a wife Catharine, born 4 October, 1866, and two sons. Index on notes the wife as "Katherine Elizabeth Bissell".

                    They are still there in the 1911 census (surname as "Halderman"), Albert noted as born July 1865, and Catherine (sic) as born September 1868. Despite the descrepancies in dates, it was certainly the same family, there were only 12 "Haldimands" in all of Canada in 1901, all in Quebec, and only one Albert. His son William's WW1 Attestation has William as next of kin, and title as Doctor.

                    An obituary of "A.W." notes he graduated medecine at McGill in 1886, and till retirement in 1937 was a physician to various industries.(447)

                    Their two sons;

                    1. (2-1-4-3-2-3-2-1-3-1) William Wurtle Haldimand, born 5 March, 1891, married 5 June, 1919 at Montreal to Gladys Davis of Westmount (her parents lived at Burton Avenue, Montreal). William's WW1 Attestation Papers in 1915 gives his occupation then as "Salesman", as he was serving in the Militia he was granted rank as Lieutenant upon enrolling,(448) at marriage he was noted as