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John McRAE = Mary Ann BARNES Roxborough, Stormont, Ontario 1871
Posted by: Sharon Bunter (ID *****5482) Date: February 04, 2006 at 02:08:43
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I would be interested in finding details of this family after 1881.
I have their marriage transcription:
vol 11 pg 236 (Stormont Co): John B. McRAE, 28, farmer, Glengary, Roxborough, s/o John & Catherine, married Mary Ann BARNES, 19, England, Roxborough, d/o James & Nellie?, witn: John & Margaret McRAE of Roxborough, 9 June 1871 at Osnabruck

BUT - I wonder if the parents of Mary Ann should read Nuttle and Jane BARNES?

There is a death for a Nuttle McRAE 1 Aug 1878 age 7at Roxborough (recorded as Nettie McCRAE) who I suspect could be their son.

Here is the 1881 census:
John MCRAE M Male Scottish 39 O <Ontario> Laborour Presbyterian Canada
Mary Ann MCRAE M Female English 28 England Presbyterian Canada
Daniel MCRAE Male Scottish 7 O <Ontario> Presbyterian Canada
Jane Ellen MCRAE Female Scottish 5 O <Ontario> Presbyterian Canada
George MCRAE Male Scottish 2 O <Ontario> Presbyterian Canada
Alexander MCRAE Male Scottish --- Born: Mar; 0 O <Ontario> Presbyterian Canada

Source Information:
Census Place Roxborough, Stormont, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375863
NA Film Number C-13227
District 101
Sub-district C
Division 3
Page Number 7
Household Number 27

Please can anyone help me with any other info on this family?


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