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Re: S.Uist to Ontario Can 1849,to Bad Axe MI
Posted by: Mary (MacIntyre) Thow Date: May 15, 2001 at 20:05:49
In Reply to: Re: S.Uist to Ontario Can 1849,to Bad Axe MI by Theresa Dean of 121

I have been looking into our family of MacIntyre's for awhile and not getting too much info. My family(from s.uist) settled in Queensville, Cape Breton in 1820..Archibald MacIntyre and Mary Steele came to Canada with 4 children. My father is Norman born in 1900 yod.1963;my grandfather Norman 1844 yod 1912; great grand father Donald born around 1810 he was one of the children that arrived in Cape Breton with his father. I would hope one of these days I might discover the name of the ship that brought them to Canada.
Mary (MacIntyre) Thow


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