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Re: General Francis Mackay 1700-1770
Posted by: Eric Lefebvre Date: March 14, 2001 at 20:36:15
In Reply to: Re: General Francis Mackay 1700-1770 by Fred Ruud of 986

I am also very interested in the following:

Capt Francis Mackay had 3 sons, Samuel, John, Stephen. They came in the Province of Quebec from Scotland.
My ancestor, Salmuel MacKay (1737-1779) maried Margerite Louise Herbin (1745-1816)
They had a son, Etienne (Stephen) Hubert MacKay (1779-1859) maried Marie-Françoise Globensky (feb. 9,1787-june 11,1858) in St-Eustache
M.-F. Globenski was born from August Franz Globensky (born around 1640) and Francoise Brousseau (1764-1854).
August Franz Globensky came in Quebec in 1682 under the comandment of major general baron Frédérick-Adolph von Riedesel, from Hesse-Hanau (Compte Wilhelm), in the company of major Hermann Albrecht von Francken (Saxe)
August Franz Globensky was born in Berlin from Joseph Glaubenskind, ambassador of the Great-Catherine of Russia, and secretary of the King of Prussia, Frédérick-Auguste, in Berlin (XVIII)

M.-F. Globenski was also the sister of Lt.Col. Maximilien Globenski, who won the Chateauguay battle in the Province of Quebec against the Americans in 1813.
Lt. Etienne (Stephen) Hubert MacKay in the milice of Two-Mountains fought against the French Patriotes in 1837-38 under Lt Col Max. Globenski.

Best of all. They all fought against the Patriotes and their leader, Louis Joseph Papineau, who was closely related to the Mackay-Globenski clan with at least 5 cross-weddings in one generation, and is also my ancestor (...)

Charles August Maximilien Globenski was born from Maximilien Globenski and was Seigneur of St-Eustache until the municipal government was formed.

My Mackay ancestors were notaries in St-Eustache and Ste-Scholastique, and after, in Lachine and Montreal.

I am very interested about this and in the story of Joseph Globensky (Globenski, glaubenskindt...) in Austria, Pologne, Germany, or russia before 1700.


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