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Adam & Kartharin (Howit) Leckie,Scotland
Posted by: D. Reynolds Date: August 20, 2000 at 23:32:43
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This is my lineage. I have a William Buchanan married to Janet in Scotland, they came to Canada in 1836 and then to Lee Co. IL, USA in 1850. I am aware of two children John born in 1815 in Scotland and William Jr. William Jr. died in May 1860 in IL. I do not know if he married. John married Elizabeth Wooley in 1855 in IL, died in 1906. John and Elizabeth had at least one child Charles born in 1863 he married Agnes Stroyan in 1888, Charles died in 1939.

Would like to verify if the information I have found on http:\\ is my same family. William and Janet (Leckie) Buchanan are the parents of John born 1815 and Jean born 1813 in Gargunnock, Stirling,Scotland, but I can not locate William Jr. I find that Jean Buchanan married John McDonald on Jan 12, 1833 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. John and Jean (Buchanan) McDonald had many children after moving to Killearn, Stirling and then Glasgow, Lanark. I can not find John Buchanan marrying in Scotland which would be correct with my lineage as John married in Dixon, IL, USA on Sept. 1855 I have found Janet Leckie's parents Adam Leckie and Kartharin Howit. I need to study more into Adam Leckie's lineage, as I had just started looking into this side.

So if any one is familiar with any of these people please contact me. If you want to email off this site my email is Thank you.

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