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McDonalds from Glengarry

McDonalds from Glengarry

Manley McDonald (View posts)
Posted: 955108800000
Classification: Query
Interestd in any information from anyone researching
the McDonalds who were part of the 1786 settlers from
scotland to Glengarry Ont. Especially concession 7
lots 17 and 18.

McDonalds from Glengarry

Manley McDonald (View posts)
Posted: 955195200000
Classification: Query
Hi Anne,

Thanks for the quick responce. The concession & lot no's
I mentioned are in Lancaster. I have been working with
birth's marriages & deaths records from St. Raphael's and
also with the Diary of Death's and Thyes & Mass's from
the same sources. I also have the Ontario census for 1851,
1861 and 1871. I am on a trail I believe to be mine,
Archibald McDonald(1865-1918) s/o Donald R McDonald(1831-1905) and Mary McDougald s/oRanald McDonald(1786-?) s/o
Angus(c1755-?) and Rachael s/o Norman(c1730) s/o Angus(c1700) etc.... I think this may be right but I am still looking for more supporting information to prove or disprove
and get it researched with supporting documentation.

Let me know where you stand with your study

Manley McDonald

Glengarry MacDonalds - 1786

Anne Brand (View posts)
Posted: 955195200000
Classification: Query
Surnames: McRae, Chisholm, McDonell
You say Concession 7, lots 17 and 18. Was this in Lancaster or Charlottenburgh? I am also interested in the emigration of 1786. I found a lot of information in Marianne McLean's book, the People of Glengarry and her references at the back of the book are excellent as well.
But basically it is the overall history of the time and I wonder if one went to her sources for the book if names and information about these emigrants would be found.

MacDonalds of Glengarry

Jamie MacDonald (View posts)
Posted: 955454400000
Classification: Query
Surnames: MacDonald, Bethune, O`Leary, Mallon, Richardson, Martin, Thompson, McIntosh, MacGillivray
My 3rd great grandfather was a Rory MacDoanld(~1815-)
who came out
from Knoydart Scotland with early settlers and settled
near St Raphaels.His parents were John(Ian) and Rebecca
MacGillivray.He later married Mary "Reddy Money"
MacDonald,they had a toll bridge at the Quebec Border.
Acccording to Alex Fraser they lived at Lot 16 Conc 6
Lancaster.They had 8 children Catherine(Donald Bethune),
Mary(O`Leary),Magggie(Hugh Mallon),Bella(Richardson),
Christie,John(MaryAnn Martin),Ranald(Agnes Thompson-Glen Roy),Dan(Margery McIntosh-This is my line)
Please contact directly if you
think there may be a connection.I will be going to Alexandria Registry office in near future to see if I can find
any wills for this family.

1786 emigration

Archibald MacDonell (View posts)
Posted: 956664000000
Classification: Query
Surnames: McDonald
The 1786 emigration Angus Ban McDonald from Munial farm
Knoydart Scotland and his wife Elenor Macdonell (of Stoll)
came out on the ship Macdonald and landed at Quebec. They
came to Glengarry and settled in Charlottenburgh on Lot 13
Concession 3 or Glenore. They had 13 children. Catherine,
Catherine 1768-1826 == Farquahar McRae
John 1774-1828 ==Mary Poitras (Indian)Fur Trader
Donald 1774-1825 ==Flora McDonald from Lot 14 Glen
Finnan 1781 - 1856==Pegay Ponderel (Indian)
Margaret 1785-1852
Flora 1788- == Alex Kennedy
Isabel 1792- ==Donald McGillvary
Hanna 1769- == MacRae
Archibald 1773 -1862 == Isabel MacDonald
Malcolm 1779-1852 ==Ann Grant
Nancy 1784-1859
Nellie 1786-1857 == Hugh Laughlin MacDonald
James 1791- 1863 ==Peggy McLellan
I am a decendant of Donald McDonald and Flora and also
Col. James McDonald and Peggy McLellan. I would hope that
this part of the 1786 imigration would help you in your quest for information. Archibald MacDonell Williamstown

George D. McDonald, Kenyon c. 1860

Posted: 957096000000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1033565764000
Surnames: McDonald
I've done a lot of surfing but so far I haven't been able to find the parents or siblings of my great-grandfather George D. McDonald, born in Kenyon, Glengarry County, c. 1860. Any help would be much appreciated.

Donald Bethune

Posted: 964612800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1002079204000
Surnames: Bethune
My grandmother Catherine Bethune Stewart who was born in Dunvegan, Ontario in 1862, had a brother named Donald Bethune who was born in 1864 in Dunvegan and died in 1926.

Re: Archibald Ban McDonald

Posted: 995210096000
Edited: 1020632435000
Am looking for Archibald Ban Mcdonald, married a Catherine Mcdonald, father of Catherine, Archibald & Angus (?). May have been at Lot 24, 4th concession, Township Lancaster. My mother always referred to her maternal grandfather as Archibald Ban. I have a picture (abt. 1905) of him - very large man. Please respond to Thanks.

Re: 1786 emigration

Posted: 995999216000
Hello - I'm wondering if you have any further information regarding Catherine McDonald and Farquhar McRae. The McRae's I'm looking for I believe were on Lot #2, Concession #7 in Charlottenburgh and they had 8 children Isabella, John, Duncan, Christopher, Nancy (or Mary), Catherine, Donald and Janet. Thankyou.

Cherlyn McRae

Re: MacDonalds of Glengarry

Patricia de Bruijn-McDonald (View posts)
Posted: 996221150000
Surnames: McDonald, McCuaig
I am searching for the parents of Ronald/Ranald McDonald b. Canada about 1835. He married Margaret McCuaig May 1868
at St. Polycarpe.
We know that in the family bible stands the names of William Archie McGillevray from Invernishire Scotland as great grandfather, also listed is Catherine McIntosh as great grandmother.
Could there be a connection.
Thank you.
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