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Kinnears from Ireland to Nova Scotia
Posted by: Denise Nichel (ID *****6380) Date: May 07, 2002 at 01:35:28
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Hello,

My name is Denise Nichel. I'm attempting to locate any information at all on my Grandmother's family, the Kinnears, who arrived in Nova Scotia some time in 1928. I have them all arriving in Quebec on May 7th, 1928. There were 10 children altogether, plus their mother and father. Their mother's name was Matilda Barber, their father's name was Robert Kinnear. Of the children whose names I know there are Matilda (Tilly), Bobby, Tommy, Isabelle (Bella ~ died during childbirth), Joseph, Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Catherine (Cassie), George, and a brother that left home early whose name I don't know. Matilda lives in Ontario and Cassie, George and Joe in Nova
Scotia. George is the youngest of the children but I don't know the order of the rest of the children. My grandmother, Mary Ann, was born in Tattymure (sp?), County Tyrone, in Northern Ireland on July 12, 1914. She was baptized in Mountjoy Manse, Omagh, County Tyrone. She married William MacMillan in Nova Scotia and my father, William James Robert MacMillan, was born in Amherst, Nova Scotia. They moved to British Columbia when he was still a toddler.

I'm interested in any information anyone might have on my family, and am more than willing to share anything I already have that might be of interest to anyone else.


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