4 edition of Hugh McLellan of Islay, Scotland, and St. John"s, Newfoundland found in the catalog.
Hugh McLellan of Islay, Scotland, and St. John"s, Newfoundland
A. J. West
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-242) and index.
|Statement||compiled by A.J. West.|
|LC Classifications||CS90 .M133 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||2007903407|
BARWICK, Hugh Crawford – Banker – Born April 3, at Greenock, Scotland – Died Octo at St. Catharines, Ontario – Son of the late Maj. Jas. Barwick, of the 79 th Highlanders, who settled in Blandford, Oxford, Ontario in – (Obit. Kennedy, Jeanette re CANADA, Wellington Co. Duncan Angus Gillespie, s/o Angus Gillespie & Sarah MacLellan of Scotland. Links to North Dakota and Scotland. Kennedy, Kevin re CANADA, Wellington Co. John Gillespie & Catherine Bell from Scotland, Isle of Islay.
STANNAGE, John (Rev., Church of Eng.) – Born at St. Brelade's, Island of Jersey – Died , Yorkville, Ontario – He came to Canada in as a missionary, and was placed in charge of settlements at St. Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia, where he remained for 23 years. John McMillan came from the Isle of Islay, where he was born, which lies to the west of the Mull of Kintyre between Ulster and Scotland. A very remote isolated place. Sometime in the early 19th century the family moved to Kilmun, Argyll, which is on the "Holy Loch" just outside the firth of Clyde.
Report from Debrett on the Mudie Family of Edinburgh. Photocopies of pages from Brechin & St. Andrews Commissariat testaments. Extracts from the OPR in Angus. MUIR T 5 pages Tree with the descendants of John Muir and Mary Thomson, c to date, with accompanying notes. Also mentioned: THOMSON, LKS, MUIR see POLESON. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting.
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Hugh John McLellan was born on month dayat birth place, to Arcbibald John McLellan and Clara Emma McLellan (born SPACKMAN). Arcbibald was born on. Emma E. McClellan, 2 books Lois McClellan Patrie, 2 books Rose Mary Newell Tait, 1 and St. Johns Anna Pauleene McClelland Neal, 1 book Aubrey Lester McClellan, 1 book Eliza Haddon McClure Brevoort, 1 book A.
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John's City District PAGES 36 - 45 SOURCE: LDS Microfilm Reels MCLELLAN: Hugh: Presbyterian: Islay, Scotland: General Protestant Cemetery: July Poor Asylum. McClelland’s Islay Single Malt is a “mystery malt” (or bastard malt) that is put out by the Morrison Bowmore company who, as the name suggests, owns Bowmore which is an Islay Single Malt though they have never said where the Islay juice comes from this connection has led many to believe, myself included, that it’s just young and undesirable barrels from Bowmore.
* Passenger Books of J & J Cooke, Shipping Agents with sailings from Londonderry Ireland to Quebec and St. John New Brunswick from to * People from the Fitzwilliam estate in Ireland who settled in Ontario, Settlement in East half of Ontario. In the leaders of each of these kindreds subscribed bands of obedience with the new Laird of Islay, Sir John Campbell of Cawdor, The first recorded MacKay on Islay is one Odo (Hugh) Book of Islay,; R.
Munro, Monro’s Western Isles of Scotland, Edinburgh. Transcribed by Monta Salmon for the SCT-ISLAY Mailing List. Robert MCKENZIE, Margaret # KILMENY ANDERSON, John MACLELLAN, Jessie 27 Feb ANDERSON, John MACGILLIVRAY, Janet MCLIVER, John 16 Jul MCLELLAN, Hugh GALBRAITH, Marrion # PORTNAHAVEN MACLELLAN, Jessie ANDERSON, John 27 Feb MACLELLAN, Peter.
A second list of Islay People: extracted from the Book of Islay Rent Rolls, and map, Statistics of the Parish of Kildalton, Rent RollA Rent Roll of IslayThe New Guide to Islaylists of The Founders of Port Ellen in Mary (MacDonald) Countess of Ross Islay, Argyll, Scotland - managed by Scotland Project Lorimer 05 Jan Saint John, St.
John, New Brunswick, Canada - 28 Jul managed by Kim LeBlanc last edited 9 Jul Duncan MacDonald abt managed Annie (MacDonald) McLellan 17 Dec Marion Bridge Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
The latter in were fishing off Islay using trawl nets, whereas the Islay fishermen only used drift nets. This was seen as a threat to the livelihood to the Ileachs and the Campbeltown fisherman, on the beach at Gruinart, 'were surrounded by fishermen, who pelted them with stones and other missiles' (Dundee Courier, 25 September ).
On Easter John MacLellan, known to many through his work at Bunnahabhain and Kilchoman distilleries, sadly passed away after a long illness.
One of my lasting memories of John is from his time at Bunnahabhain distillery, were he always welcomed us back with a wee dram from the Islay walking week walks in the area.
John Gillespie born Jchristenings/o Donald Gillespie & Marion Mclellan, Kilchoman, Argyll, Scotland John Gillespie born July 7,s/o Archibald Gillespie, Jane Brown, Kilchoman Parish, Isle of Islay, Argyll, Scotland. James was a brother and Bryce was a cousin of Hugh McLellan.
Hugh was the son of Hugh McLellan and Elizabeth was the daughter of Cary McLellan. Their families were remotely connected, and were descended from Sir Hugh McLellan of Argyle, Scotland, who was knighted in Glasgow, St.
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at Glebe Street, Glasgow, John McKinnon (Packer in a Chemical Work) married to Agnes Carmichael, died, aged 66 years. Parents given as Hugh McKinnon (Shoe Maker, master) (deceased) and Mary McKinnon m.s. McKinnon (deceased). Cause of death: Bronchitis, years. Paralysis, a month.
Year Diary: A Chronology of Newfoundland History from This unique item was created in when the St. John's daily newspaper, The Telegram, celebrated its th is a timeline of events covering years of Newfoundland history mixed with world events.
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McLeod 12 Nov Ontario, Canada - 22 Jun A new schooner about 40 tons burthen called the Shamrock, James Burke master, sailed from St. Johns Newfoundland, about the last of Nov., or the first of Dec. for this place, having on board forty-nine passengers - As she has not arrived, the following particulars collected from the master of a schooner which sailed in company with her, will.By John A.
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