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Re: Remember Mackay/Hannah, Oxford Co., ON
Posted by: Donna Leis Date: February 09, 2002 at 09:47:08
In Reply to: Re: Remember Mackay/Hannah, Oxford Co., ON by erin of 986

Hi, Erin:
My line of MacKays start with Alexander M. Annie Ross, Dornoch, Sutherlandshire, SCT. They had a son, Peter(b.1801), who married Lilley Munro (b 1811) in Dornoch, SCT.
Peter and Lillie came to Oxford, Zorra twp. about 1830. Their children were:
Jane (1831) m. Wm. Fraser in 1847
Alexander (1832) m Jane Ross
Catherine (1835) m John Gillespie
Hugh (became a Doctor) (1836) m. Mary Peers
Donald W. (1838) (was a blacksmith in Hickson, East Zorra, my gg grandfather)m. Agnes McKellar in 1862
John (1840) m Elizabeth Clark
James Peter(1840) m Georgina McDonald
Annie (1843) m. Alexander Level Murray in 1861
Elizabeth (1845)(also known as Bessie) m. Dr. Andrew MacKay
(THIS MIGHT BE WHERE YOUR MACKAY/MACKAY MARRIAGE!)
Robert P. (Rev.)(1847) m. Margaret Smith
Mary (1849) m. John Macdonald.

I also have their childrens' names. For Elizabeth MacKay who married Dr. Andrew MacKay, their childrens' names are Fred, Albert, Lily, Dr. McKenzie, and Ethel.
Any connections?


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