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A Genealogy of the 1806 P.E.I. Darrach's

A GENEALOGY OF THE 1806 P.E.I. "DARRACH’s"

(Prepared by Angus William Beck. )

The "Darrach" name means "the son of oak" or "oak is my name", a symbol of strength and sturdiness. It is spelled in a number of ways. Commonly it was spelled Darroch, but the Parochial Register of Colonsay in 1798 spells it Darrach, which is its spelling on Prince Edward Island. Other spellings include Darrah; Darra; Daroch; Darach; Darragh; Darraich; Darraugh; Darrich; Darrock; Darrow; and Durruch.

It had been one of a number of names synonymous with Mac-Gille-Riabhaich. who were hereditary bards to the clan Donald. The Darroch clan began when one of the MacIlleriachs distinguished himself by the good use he made of an oak staff. The Darroch form of the name was found in the adjacent Inner Hebrides islands of Islay and Jura, off the west coast of Scotland. Colonsay may be the main home, though, as relatives have come home to be buried at Oransay (the small tip of land that joins Colonsay when the tide is low).

However, Captain Graham Donald, an historian of Port Charlotte says it is one of the oldest names in Celtic history, going back to pre-historic times when Druids worshipped the oak tree. He says it became a surname in Argyle about 1400 A.D., and most males were called John, son of James, son of Angus. It has retained its spelling in Scotland for 600 years. One source says there are less than 1000 Darrach families in the world.

The Isle of Colonsay, Argyllshire, Scotland, was home to our ancestors. It is about 10 miles long and about 2 miles wide. In 1880 its population was about 800, and now it is about 100 (information can be obtained on the www. ). The Old Parish Records in Colonsay only go back to 1796, and leave us without details on most of the 1806 relatives who emigrated.

A letter from Agnes Turley to Elizabeth Leahy (M.3.2.1,) on July16,1972 quotes an old family Bible as showing the early Darrach pedigree starting with John Darrach (c.1580-); Charles (c.1610-); Roderick (c. 1640-); John (c. 1670-); Duncan (c. 1700-); and then Angus (born 1746). It may have been that the original John (c. 1580) emigrated to Colonsay, as the others were noted to be from Colonsay. That Bible is in the possession of Sandra Sitton, (M.3.3.1,1,2,), and a picture of it (including the page with the descendants listed) was put on a CD, by her sister, Carol Harper (M.3.3.1,1,1,), in New Zealand.

The only other Darrachs to emigrate to P.E.I. were Niel Darrach and Flory MacPhee, in 1819. They were also from Colonsay, and no doubt related, and they settled in the same Lot 65 area where a number of the 1806 Darrachs lived. Some information on Niel’s genealogy is given at the end of this one.

One other known connection is with Duncan McCannell, who also emigrated in 1819, and his mother was Pegy Darrach (but she stayed in Colonsay).

The ship "Spencer", a three-masted ship, left Scalasaig Harbour in early August, 1806, with 115 passengers who were inter-related in a number of ways. They landed on September 22, 1806. They spent the winter at a Selkirk settlement in Pinette, and in 1807 the largest contingent of MacMillan’s, MacNeill’s, Bell’s, and others, went to Wood Islands, P.E.I... There are over 2,000 living relatives of that group. At least one clear connection is made between the Darrach’s, MacMillans, and McNeil’s, which is that Duncan Darrach, age 28, was married to Margaret "Pegy’ MacMillan, who was the daughter of Malcolm MacMillan, and Grissel McNeil, both buried at the Wood Islands Cemetery.

The Descendants of ANGUS DARRACH (1746-Mar4,1813): The passenger list of The "Spencer" shows that Angus was the eldest of the Darrach emigrants, at age 60. He was married to Euphemia "Effie" McAlester, aged 60. "Stanhope Sands of Time", page 306, says Angus leased land , in 1807, on St. Peter’s Road. He was buried in the Old Anglican Cemetery, Elm (University) Avenue, plot 42, Charlottetown.

Duncan, 28, (noted above) was a son. He and Pegy, and their 3 year old son, John, were also on the ship. Duncan was appointed administrator of Angus’ estate. Malcolm, 20, was also a son. Next to Malcolm, on the list, was Nancy Brown, 23 . She might be expected to be his wife, but no mention of her later has been found, and we know that Malcolm married Janet Shaw. Nancy Darrach, 26, was Angus’ daughter. Her name is followed on the passenger list by Donald Shaw, aged 30, which suggests a marital relationship, and page 306 of the "Stanhope Sands of Time", also notes that in 1811 Angus agreed his son-in-law, Donald Shaw, should have full share of the land, and this was witnessed by Malcolm. Donald was a witness on Angus’ probated will, of which I have a copy. Nancy and Donald had no children (no issue). She may have been the "Mrs Shaw" (page 467) who died on May 13, 1814.

The other groupof Darrachs on the passenger list: Rachael, 37, is listed on her own, and we have no information on her, but there were no names of children or a husband, so it is possible she was a spinster. Catherine, 30, was married to Gilbert McAldridge, 38, (later spelled McAlder), and they had four children on the ship. Possibly Rachael and Catherine were sisters. Likely James, 32, and Archibald, 20, were brothers. Janet Currie, 55, in that grouping may well have been a widowed mother.

"Lots" on P.E.I.: The Treaty of Fontainbleau followed the defeat of the French by the British, in 1763. By 1766 Captain Holland had surveyed 67 lots, of about 20,000 acres each. These lots ran mostly north to south and the numbers started up west in Prince County, through the central Queen’s County, to down east Kings County. The Darrachs settled centrally in areas that would now be about a 15 minute drive from Charlottetown. Angus and Malcolm settled in Lot 34, in Marshfied and Covehead, where Malcolm’s wife, Janet Shaw, was from.

Duncan bought a 55 acre farm, from the Lands of Lord Selkirk, on the point of land where the Clyde "Dog" River meets the West River, in Lot 31. The Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Province of Prince Edward Island (published in 1880 by J.H. Meacham and Co.) shows an area of land of 642 acres, all the way down to the Dunedin bridge, with names that represent some of Duncan’s ancestors. The land has a stunning view, and presently going under subdivisions, is worth over ,000,000.

One lot number that does not follow in line is Lot 65, which is due south of Lot 31 and the West River. It’s land covers down to the Northumberland Strait. Lot 65 is one of the few places that is still called by its "Lot" name. It includes places like St.Catherine’s; Long Creek; Nine Mile Creek; Rice Point; and Canoe Cove. This is the area that James and Archibald Darrach settled. There were five Darrach farms in these areas in the 1880 Atlas. Together the Lot 31 and Lot 65 Darrachs can be referred to as "The West River Darrachs".

Catherine Darrach McAlder settled in Lot 29. Because there is so little data on her, I have included her in the "Missing Links" section at the end.

Tidbits of information from the "Bicentennial Edition" of "A Genealogy of the 1806 P.E.I. Darrachs: There is a total of 2,591 Darrach relatives listed here for the bicentennial genealogy, of which, at least, 768 are known to be deceased (or at least 92 years of age). The most common names of males with the surname "Darrach" are John (25); Duncan (18); Angus (14); Neil (14); Donald (14); Malcolm (10); James (8); and Archibald (6). The most common names of females with the maiden name of Darrach are Catherine (14); Mary (14); Ann, or Annie (10); Sarah (10); Mary (7) and Euphemia (6). The most common name, besides Darrach, was John Campbell (11).

Only 22% of relatives have "Darrach" as a surname, or maiden name. There are 260 relatives, who are descended from one "John Darrach" (the original Malcolm Darrach’s third child), who emigrated to New Zealand, in 1864. Many of them still live in New Zealand and Australia. There are 66 listed relatives who spell their name "Darrah". In the early generations there were two "Angus Darrach’s" who lost most of their children to tuberculosis. In the mid 1800's, there were two first cousins named "Sarah Darrach", who were born within three years of each other, and who both married men named "Archibald McLean". It is interesting to see how the names run through the generations. And it is humbling to read of those who gave their lives in the World Wars.

MANY, MANY THANKS:

Gratitude for one’s inheritance begins with the humility that you have been placed on this earth at a certain point in time, by the grace of God, and not of your own choosing, nor of your own merit. In my time, I have a computer to work on, but before me came ancestors who, at their appointed time, used the tools they had available to do their part in the preservation of history. Through the centuries are woven the connections of countless unnamed relatives who have written their names on family Bibles; who have repeated the story-telling in a way we don’t seem able to today; walked the cemeteries to gather information; searched the Public Archives; sifted through marriage licenses; combed the census’; and cut countless clippings from the newspapers. Without them none of this would have been possible. I am pleased to try and build on their sweat, toil and dreams.

For this Darrach genealogy the most influential person, for me, was my uncle Gordon Darrach, (D.7.7.2.1.), who put together a diagram of our family tree, that I have sketched on my brain, and folded beside my computer as a comforting and visual reference. I would like to think that he would be pleased with this effort.

I would like to thank my parents, from whom I have inherited many things, not the least of which was the names, and stories, about all 16 of my great, great-grandparents. They taught me that in genealogy there is a story behind each of the names that can be numbered.

I have been privileged to have had about 75 correspondents, from various parts of the world, working on this project (email is a wonderful thing). Each of these has had informants within their immediate families help them, and to all I am grateful.

I would, especially, like to thank the following genealogists who have been special collaborators for me: Vicky MacLean (J.2.1,2.2.1,) from Montana; Dorothy Gladish (D.8,6.4.4,) from Alberta; Doris Gallant (A.1..6.1B.2,) from Coleman, P.E.I.; John Read from Dunedin, P.E.I.; Kitty Orford (D.1.8,12.6,), from Charlottetown; Jack Darrach (D.7.5.1.6.) from Borden; Judy Tribe (of the "Missing Link’ Donald line) from N.B.; Brenda Moore from Charlottetown; and Judy Stove (M.3.2.1,2,2,) in Australia. Two of these, Kitty Orford and Jack Darrach, have died just as this genealogy was being finished.

In particular, we all can thank Del Saunders, from Auckland, New Zealand, for her development of the Darrach web-site at: groups.msn.com/DARRACH . As well, I would like to thank her personally for all the advice and information she has given me.

I would like to acknowledge my uncle Ivan Darrach (D.7.7.2.2.), and my first cousin, Marilyn Darrach Hofmann, (D.7.7.2.3.1,) for their spirit and efforts.

Thanks, as well, to Keith Johnston and Kevin Byrne for the Colonsay, Scotland, newsletter (The Corncrake) at

I would like to recognize two of my Beck cousins - James Vere "Jim" Beck and Ivan Munn.

With their help and encouragement, I have been gratified to create my own method of recording genealogical information, the Genisle Genealogy format.

And lastly, I would like to thank each of the Darrach’s who wore the name of "Angus". History, as revealed through this genealogy, leaves me honored to carry the namesake, especially from my grandfather, "Dada", Neil Angus Darrach (D.7.7.2.).

THE GENISLE GENEALOGY FORMAT

© Angus William Beck, 2005

All genealogies show variations in the form and manner in which names are listed (and numbered), and in the way in which personal information is given. The following is a variation I have created, while working on this Darrach genealogy. I have chosen not to put living names on the web because of issues about identity theft, but I have put a fictitious family on the web at to explain and illustrate the format. htpp://users.eastlink.ca/genislegenealogy The adaption of the format that I have put on the web varies only, in minor ways, from what is written here in "A Genealogy of the 1806 P.E.I. Darrachs".

The name I have chosen, "Genisle", uses the prefix "gen" (from the Greek "to be born") which is found in words like genealogy, generators, generations, genetics, genesis, etc.. Emigrations and immigrations often involve islands, and in the case of the Darrachs, these islands were the "Isle" of Colonsay, and Prince Edward Island, Canada. The format, however, can be used by anyone.

The foundation for this format begins with "The JVB Genealogy Numbering System". James Vere Beck is my second cousin once-removed, and our Beck genealogy can be found at . (Also at that web-site, under lineages for "Darrach", can be found the deceased relatives from this genealogy). In the JVB System, each relative is assigned a number, with a period after a digit representing a male, and a comma after a digit representing a female. The digit is the position of the person in a sibship by age, i.e., ‘2' for the second person born in that family. If a person has two spouse’s with whom they have produced children, then the digit is followed by an A or B. Each digit in your number represents one generation.

In James Beck’s genealogy, I am a sixth generation Beck, with the number 1.4.3B.7.3.1.

1. is Vere Beck

1.4. is Vere’s fourth child, John

1.4.3. is John’s third child, Vere

1.4.3B.7. is Vere’s seventh child (by his second wife), Robert

1.4.3B.7.3. is Robert’s third child, Malcolm

1.4.3B.7.3.1. is Malcolm’s first son, me

Looking at it another way: Malcolm is my father; Robert is my grandfather (GF); Vere is my great (g) GF; John is my ggGF; and Vere is my gggGF.

Inherent in any genealogy is the necessity to choose a place to start. For the Darrachs, that could be as far back as the 1400's if data were found, i.e., in Colonsay or on the adjacent islands of Islay and Jura. In New Zealand one could start with John Darrach, of the Covehead, Lot 31, Darrachs, would sailed with his wife and 7 kids to New Zealand in 1863. In this Darrach genealogy I would have liked to have started with Angus Darrach (born 1746). That would make me a seventh generation Darrach 1.1.7.7.2.4,1. These numbers would identify the eldest emigrant, Angus Darrach (1746), who’s my ggggGF þ the second digit identifies his first child, Duncan (1777), my gggGF þ then his seventh child, Neil Angus (1818), my ggGF þ his seventh child, Angus (1859), my gGF þ his second child, Neil Angus (1884), my GF þ his fourth child, Shirley (1927), my mother þ and her first child, me (1951).

The years of birth are helpful to give because a lot of the names have been passed down frequently through the generations, i.e., John, Duncan, Archibald, Angus, James, and Euphemia "Effie", Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Catherine.

However, as to the starting point of this genealogy, the second group of Darrachs, on the passenger list, is presumably a second family. The records are not available in Colonsay where we could likely get the common ancestor. So I have chosen to identify this genealogy by the place and time of this emigration, to P.E.I. in 1806. The seven emigrants between the ages of 37 to 20 will be used as the first generation. The largest group is of Duncan and, instead of a numerical digit, I will assign him initials as the first "digit" - D. His brother, Malcolm will be M.. James,who will be represented by a J., and Archibald by an A. are likely brothers. For practical reasons, for this genealogy, it could be assumed they would be first cousins to D. and M.. With barely any info, Catherine, she will be included in the "Missing Links" section at the end of this genealogy. As noted above, we do not have follow up data on Rachael, and Nancy had no issue (no children). With this adjustment I would now become a sixth generation "1806 P.E.I. Darrach", with the number D.7.7.2.4,1..

Just as we all are "Islanders", from P.E.I., so to are we "Colbhasach" (from the isle of Colonsay).

Some Of The Disadvantages Of The Genisle Genealogy Format are:

(1) It intermingles present day generations with older ones, which raises issues of identity theft if put on the web. However, a copy of the file can be made, and the names of the living relatives can be deleted, so that the names of deceased members of the family genealogy can be put on the web.

(2) This format can not be transferred as a Gedcom. However, it can be sent as an attachment on email, or put on a CD. The information is organized in such as manner as to be easily applied to other registers or formats.

(3) As of 2005 it has not been used anywhere else.

(4) The numbers for an individual relative may seem long, but, to varying degrees, any register or format will have complexities trying to handle a big genealogy, such as this one.

Some Of The Main Advantages Of The Genisle Genealogy Format are:

(1) You can continue to see your closest relatives in a grouping: Many registers put their pages in order of the generations - the first generation is done first , the second later, and so on. Eventually your name, in a later generation, can be greatly separated from your parents in the previous generation, and your grandparents two generations ago, let alone your cousins. In the Genisle Genealogy Format the addition of new names are put in next to the closest immediate relatives, and so when you find your name, by using your number, you will find the your most immediate family surrounding you.

(2) Using the numbers allows you to tell how closely you are related to someone. For example: D.7.7.7,1,5. is the number for John Burke, my second cousin. When you compare it to my number, D.7.7.2.4,1. you will see the first "digit", D., is the same, the second and third digits (generations) are the same. The fourth digit (generation) is different, so these are siblings. Each digit (generation) after the numbers switch represents a corresponding increase in the degree of cousins. In this case there are two more digits after the numbers switch (siblings), so we are second cousins.

If the total of the digits (generations) is unequal then you would have, i.e, uncles and aunts, great uncles, etc, or if you were cousins then this would mean that you were cousins so-many-times "removed". For instance:

D.7.7.2.4,1. is me, Angus Beck.

D.7.7.2. is my GF, Neil Angus Darrach

D.7.7.2.1. is my uncle Gordon Darrach,

D.7.7.8, is my great aunt, Laura Darrach.

D.7.7.2.3.1, is my first cousin, Marilyn Darrach

D.7.7.2.3.3.2. is my first cousin once-removed (younger), Joshua Darrach

D.7.7.1,1, is my first cousin once-removed (older), Margaret Murray Rogers.

D.7.7.1,1,2. is my second cousin, Doug Rogers

D.7.8.5.6.1, is my third cousin, Coral Darrach Cranford

D.1.7.4,3.2, is my fourth cousin, Doreen Pound

M.3.3.1,1,1, is my fifth cousin, Carol Malmo Harper

A.1.6.1B.2, is Doris Darrach Gallant. This Darrach genealogy is complicated in that the first "digit" is different. She is a fifth generation Darrach which makes her and I "once-removed". For the sake of this genealogy we will assume that my D. and her A. are first cousins. Then in this case, the second digit/generation is second cousin, and so on, till her last digit shows she is a fifth cousin to my mother, and so a fifth cousin once-removed to me. When comparing a D. relative to a M. relative, they are siblings, so that the second digit/generation are first cousins. Again, ordinarily, you have one person to start with, but we are using the Darrachs between the ages of 37-20, on the ship "Spencer" as the "1806 P.E.I. Darrachs".

(3) Sometimes while looking for our family "roots" we lose sight of the "branches". An important focus in this register is to keep contact with as many close and not-so-distant cousins as possible.

(4) You can update easily, by fitting the new members in between the numbers of their closest relatives.

(5) At the heart of this format is the wish to maintain a "living genealogy", and, as such, it is set up to allow room to record interesting personal information about relatives.

(6) The visual presentation, with color, once you catch on to it, can be appealing and informative:

- to the left of the names are the numbers of the relatives in black bold.

- the first generation relatives are D., M. , J.,or A.. These are referred to as the first "digit". They are in the biggest font (20).

- the second generation relatives have 2 digits are found directly below two double horizontal lines. They are in big font (16).

- the third generation relatives are found below one double horizontal line, and the summary of the three generation line of descent. They have 3 digits, and the name is preceded by a , and they are in slightly increased font (14).

- the fourth generation relatives are found directly below a single horizontal line. They have 4 digits, in 12 font, and are capitalized and underlined

- between that, and the next horizontal line, are the rest of the generations.

- the fifth generation relatives are shown in red.

- the sixth generation relatives start slightly to the right (due to longer numbers) and are left in black..

- the seventh generation relatives are shown in blue.

- the eighth generation relatives are shown in brown.

- the ninth generation relatives are shown in green.

HOW TO FIND YOUR NAME (And Your Direct Line Of Descent):

Scroll down to the bottom of this file, and find your name in the alphabetical index. You will find your Darrach genealogy number beside your name. Scroll up to the section of this genealogy file that starts with the first "digit" of your Darrach genealogy number.(this first "digit’ will be the letter D, M, J, or A.). Look at the second digit of your number, and scroll vertically to find your first two digits. Do this, as well, for the subsequent digits, and you will be able to find your number, with your name beside it. Surrounding you will be the names of those who are your most immediate family.

Scrolling back up, you can clarify who is your parent, grandparent (GP), great(g)-GP, ggGP, gggGP, and so on, depending on your age, and what Darrach generation you are in. For someone in the ninth generation that could take you back gggggg(6)GP, and if your first "digit" was D or M, then the original Angus Darrach (born 1746) would be your ggggggg(7)GP.

AN EXAMPLE: Most of you looking at this, in 2006, will be sixth generation, in black, or seventh generation, in blue. For example, if you are in blue, your brothers and sisters will also be in blue with you. Just above you, in black, will be your parent. The first person in red, above your parent, is your GP. As you scroll up, you will find right below the horizontal line, with your first four digits, the name of your gGP (which is capitalized, and underlined). Scrolling up more, you will find, under a double horizontal line, the person who has your first three digits, who is your gg GP. Then scrolling up, you will find, under 2 double horizontal lines, and having your first two digits, the person who is your gggGP. Scrolling up to the first "digit" (D, M, J, A) you will find your ggggGF. If that first "digit" is D, or M, then their father, Angus Darrach, (born 1746), is your ggggg(5) GF. If you are in black, the process is the same, but the generations different.

HOW TO IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS (Up To Second Cousins):

Remember, as was explained above, you can use your genealogy number to identify your relationships to others up to fifth or sixth cousins, or more. In this Genisle Genealogy format, the colors are also helpful for you to identify up to about second cousins. The common ancestor for second cousins is having the same great-grandparent.

As you look at the color of you in your name, you will see that fitting above you, or below you, are your siblings, first cousins, and second cousins. Slightly to the left (with one less digit), you will see names, in colors, that represent your parent, aunts or uncles, and first cousins once-removed (older). Slightly again to the left (with one less digit) you will see your grandparent, and great-uncles and great-aunts. To the right (one more digit than yours) you will see names, in colors, that represent your children, nieces and nephews, and first cousins once-removed (younger).

AN EXAMPLE: If your name is in blue, go up to your great-grandparent, who has the same first four digits to their name as you. Their name is just below the single horizontal line, capitalized, and underlined. There are names, in red, between him, or her, and the next horizontal line. You will recognize one of these names in red as your grandparent. Other names in red would be your great-aunts, or great-uncles. Between your grandparent, and another red name (or horizontal line) below it, are the black names of your parent, aunts and uncles, and the blue names of your siblings, or first cousins. The black names below your great-aunts and great-uncles are your parents’ first cousins, which makes them your first cousins once-removed (older). The names below them, in blue, are your second cousins. You can check to see if this is true by using the numbering system explained in ‘(2)’ above.

If you are a sixth generation, in black, and you want to visualize the setup for your second cousins, you will have to go back to the third generation to find your great-grandparent. The colors, and fonts, will be different, but the idea is the same. Again, you can confirm the relationship by using the numbering system.

Some Technical Points:

- the order of info at the start is given as: number and name in black bold, i.e., 12 font; no bold date of birth-death + (the sign in this genealogy used for marriage or a relationship that produces a child) spouses/partners name, including maiden names; their date of birth-death; a comma followed by ‘on’ the date of marriage, ‘in’ the place of marriage.

- the personal information is put on a vertical line 2 Ѕ inches on a ruler (1 Ѕ inches from the left margin)

- place where buried, if applicable

- adopted children have an ‘a’ beside the digit.

- an ‘n’, as a "digit" means the name of the person is known, but their position in the sibship is not known.

- a ‘?’, as a "digit" means that there is known to be a person there in that generation, but name and position in sibship are not known.

- a partner who does not bear children, is mentioned in the personal notes, but not given an, i.e., ‘A’ or ‘B’.

- step-children should be added in the personal notes, but not given a number.

- personal information can include: Occupation. Where lived, and/or lives. Interests, hobbies, sports, church, clubs, volunteering, etc.. Ingratiating stories, or anecdotes, are welcome.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

If you have any questions, additions, deletions, edits, or general information to add to this genealogy, please contact me at

GENERAL YEARS THE GENERATIONS WERE BORN:

First Generation - late 1700's

Second Generation - early 1800's

Third Generation - mid 1800's

Fourth Generation - late 1800's

Fifth Generation - early 1900's

Sixth Generation - mid 1900's

Seventh Generation - late 1900's

Eighth Generation - the last decade

However, there is overlap, and the older children, from the older descendants, now have children born this last decade who are actually Ninth Generation.

THE DESCENDANTS OF DUNCAN DARRACH

D. Duncan Darrach 1775-Feb19,1853 + Margaret ‘Pegy’ MacMillan 1781- Feb12,1853, on Feb6,1798, in Colonsay. She was the daughter of Malcolm Hector MacMillan and Grace/Grissel MacNeil (we are related to the large Wood Islands’ MacMillan clan). Presbyterian. Farmer. In 1863 he lived on the Colville Road. He then owned over 100 acres on Lot 31, where the Clyde River meets the West River., and two thirds of it was willed mainly to son Neill Angus, and the rest to son, Malcolm. Small provisions were made for children Angus, Annie (Nancy), and Catherine. There is a family Gaelic Bible, from March 1826, signed by Duncan, and then his son, D.7. Neill Angus. It came to be in the possession of D.9,4.4, Helen Campbell. She passed it on to D.9,1.8.1, Ruth Campbell Herlihy, who passed it on to D.8,5.4.4, Dorothy Gladish, from Alberta. Duncan and Pegy are both buried at the St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

About two-thirds of the relatives named in this genealogy file are descendants of D. Duncan Darrach. Of the nine children, 5 were female. Euphemia married a MacLean; Margaret a MacCallum; Grace a McNeill; and Annie (Nancy) and Catherine both married Campbells. Angus lost near all his children to TB, and Malcolm had few descendants. So most of the "Darrach name" is carried through D.1. John, and D.7. Neil Angus. But, as nearly always happens, the connections between the maiden names get lost, and it is the goal of genealogies like this to help us perceive ourselves as being "Darrach", no matter how often the surname may change when there are marriages.

 

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D.1. John Darrach Jul 17,1803 -May 13,1874. + Catherine McFadyen 1811 -Dec. 7, 1884, on June 24,1828.. He was born in Colonsay. He left the 80 acre homestead to his wife, and then son, John; son Duncan the seventy acres in Canoe Cove; son Alexander 80 acre Lot 31; son Angus 80 acres Lot 31; wife Catherine 78 acres of land next to Alexanders. (This is a total of 388 acres). Plus he made provision for daughter Margaret to be cared for, and money to be paid to a number of others, as low as 81 cents! Both buried in the Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, Clyde River. Their 9 children were Duncan, Effie, Christy, Hector, Alexander, Angus, John, Kitty, and Maggie.

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The "Duncan - John - Duncan" Line

D.1.1. Duncan Darrach Jun4,1831-Jun1,1909. + Jane MacPhail Mar18,1839-Apr1,1907 on June 8,1860. He was born in Dog (Clyde) River and left 70 acres land in Canoe Cove, Lot 65. Buried in the Argyle Shore Cemetery, plot 67.

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D.1.1.1, CATHERINE DARRACH Mar5,1861-Apr3,1923 + Dougald MacDougall 1853- Nov12,1935. She was born in dog (Clyde) River. Both buried Argyle Peoples Cemetery, plot 272.

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D.1.1.2. JOHN DARRACH Apr14,1863-Mar20,1905. Killed by a mule in California. Age 42. Buried Argyle shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 67.

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D.1.1.3. HECTOR DARRACH May28,1865-Dec19,1888. Died age 23. Born in Canoe Cove. Buried Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 67.

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D.1.1.4, MARY DARRACH May28,1867-Oct.11, 1919 + John "Jack" Sam MacDougall 1859- Oct 1,1943, on Feb10,1889. Died at 52. No children. May have had some foster children. both buried Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 258.

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D.1.1.5, ANN "ANNIE" DARRACH Mar19,1870-Dec3,1901 + James A. Ferguson 1867-1948. Born in Canoe Cove. She died, at 31, after giving birth to a stillborn baby. James remarried, and his granddaughter, Brenda Moore put this section of the genealogy together. Both buried Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plots 93 and 92.

D.1.1.5,1. Chester MacPhail Born before Annie married James. The father was Granger MacPhail. He went with his aunt Elizabeth Darrach. To Mass., married and died with no children. He was regarded as a brother by the rest of Annie’s children.

D.1.1.5,2, Mildred Ferguson

D.1.1.5,2,2, Annie "Adele" MacEachern Jan14,1930-Feb28,2002 + Lorne Roland MacPhail Sept20,1923- . Halifax.

D.1.1.5,3. Allan Archibald Ferguson Feb2,1899-Nov3,1971 + Genette Dempster - 1971. Moved to Detroit as a young man. Later married Helen, and Ruby. Came home every summer. Very close to his Ѕ sister.Buried at Ferndale Cemetery, Michigan.

D.1.1.5,3.1. Duncan Darrach Ferguson Aug28,1924-Oct9,1998. Michigan.

D.1.1.5,3.2. James "Jim" John Ferguson Dec25,1925-Nov25,1994 + Florence Hotca , in Sept,1944

D.1.1.5,3.2.1. James "Butch"Allan Ferguson Aug24,1946-Aug22,1988. Married twice. No children from second marriage. Buried in Ferndale Cemetery, Riverview, Michigan.

D.1.1.5,4. Duncan Ferguson Never married. No kids. Died on Christmas day, from a burst appendix.

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D.1.1.6, ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" DARRACH Jun6,1872 -1956 + (1) "Neillie Malcolm" MacKenzie Apr26,1852-Sept24,1930, in Mar22,1916, in Canoe Cove by Rev. Dan MacLean. They worked in Tewksbury on a foster farm, returning to P.E.I. in 1883. Very hospitable. He was previously married to Jessie MacNevin, and they had 8 children. He was an elder in Presbyterian church. He could remember what kind of day it was when people in Canoe Cove were married. He played violin and sang. No children.+ (2) Malcolm MacKenzie July28,1871- from Canoe Cove on July 3,1933. He was a brother to "Neillie Malcolm". Raised her nephew Chester MacPhail [see D.1.1.5,]. Both buried in Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.1.7, MARGARET "MAGGIE’ DARRACH Apr20,1874-Apr17,1903. Died at age 29. Buried in Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 67.

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D.1.1.8, FLORA DARRACH Jun7,1876-April 16,1904. Born in Canoe Cove. Died age 27. Buried Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 67.

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D.1.1.9. MALCOLM ALEXANDER DARRACH May1,1878-1962. Born in Canoe Cove. Moved to California and married there.

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D.1.1.10. DONALD DANIEL FARQUARSON "DAN" DARRACH Oct6,1881(?Oct6,1880)- 1971 + Catherine Ann "Katie Ann" MacEachern Nov29,1899-June19,1961, married in 1920. He was born in Canoe Cove. He was a farmer in New Argyle. She was the daughter of Dougald Wm.. (Alex) MacEachern, and was an excellent cook; hooked rugs; and drew pictures of horses. He died of a stroke and she died of a heart attack. They are both buried in the Argyle Shore Cemetery, P.E.I...

D.1.1.10.1. Hector Darrach 1921-1970 + Ina Paul, of Bonshaw. He was born at home in New Argyle. He was a private in the Canadian Army. He died of a heart attack at age 48.He is buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

D.1.1.10.1.3, Velma L. Darrach 1959-Apr9,1963. Buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

D.1.1.10.2. Dougald Alexander "Alex" Darrach May25,1923-Apr2,2000 + Catherine "Florence" MacLean Oct29,1926-Mar1,2002, on Dec6,1947. He was born in Long Creek at his grandparents home (Dougall and Jane MacEachern). His mother, Katie Ann, went to visit her parents, and while she was there she went into labor, and her mother delivered Alex before the doctor arrived from Bonshaw. He is named after his grandfather Dougall MacEachern. He spent 5 years overseas in WW II. He briefly went to Toronto, then back to P.E.I., met his wife and started farming 180 acres in Canoe Cove. In 1972 he sold the farm and moved to Cornwall, and worked as an attendant at Hillsborough Hospital for years. He was an avid hockey fan (Montreal Canadiens) and had played some community hockey, i.e., the Canoe Cove Rough Riders, playing a lot at the local rink in Victoria, P.E.I..,at times drawing crowds around 1000 people, which back then was a lot of people, considering the distance people had to travel.. He loved the outdoors, working in the woods, and gardening.

D.1.1.10.5. Neil Daniel Darrach 1929-Dec6,2003. He was born in New Argyle. He was a farmer all his life, and also worked as a snowplow operator during the winter months, and as a road grader in the other seasons for a number of years. He lived on the home farm, having inherited it along with his brother Duncan at the time of their father’s death. Neil died at home of a heart attack. . Burial Argyle Shore Cemetery.

D.1.1.10.7. Duncan Malcolm Darrach Feb9,1933-Apr3,1991 + Beryl Blanche Pollard Mar20,1941-Dec25,1980, shortly after given birth to their son. He later married Donna Stretch Young, divorced with no children. He had inherited the family farm with his brother Neil. He died in Charlottetown from cancer. He and Beryl are buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

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D.1.1.11. DUNCAN DARRACH Jan19,1885-1932 + Catherine "Katie" MacEachern Campbell 1897-1983. Farmer. Both buried Argyle Shore Peoples Cemetery, plot 271.

<He died before Duncanelda was born tragically after being hit by a falling tree while working in the woods, while his son Collie, aged 11, was with him [see Joan MacKinnons]> Later the house burned down and they moved to Ontario.

D.1.1.11.1. Hugh Darrach 1914-Mar13,1999 + Eva . Born Canoe Cove. Died Unionvale, Ontario.

D.1.1.11.3. Oswald Leith Darrach Oct14,1918-Jan6,2005 + Mary Eleanor Burdett , on June 26, 1948, in Toronto, Ontario. Step-father of Louis Burdett. Security guard at Government garage. Commissionaire? As mild, soft-spoken man as you could ever meet. <wwii>

D.1.1.11.4. Colin Darrach 1920-1975 <WWII>

D.1.1.11.7. Orman Darrach 1927-Nov28,2004 + Patricia Lee. Born in Canoe Cove. Worked 48 years at Sangamo Electric. Died in Toronto.

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D.1.1.12. CHESTER DARRACH Apr6,1889- Baptized May26,1900.

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The "Duncan - John - Effie" Line

D.1.2, Euphemia "Effie" Darrach Jan 7,1833-Dec15,1906 + Malcolm McCannell 1828- Nov18?9,1919, on Jan8,1855. Long Creek. Obituary says "highly esteemed for her unfailing kindly spirit and devotion to her family". Both buried at St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,1. DUNCAN McCANNELL Sept29, 1855-Oct30, 1855. Died in infancy. Buried St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,2, MARGARET McCANNELL Sept1,1856-June,1938 + John Jonathan MacLean

She was born in Long Creek. He was from New Argyle. Buried in the New Dominion United Church Cemetery.

D.1.2,2,1, Christy MacLean 1884-Dec20,1961 + Abraham "Abe" MacArthur and later Neil S. MacFayden. Lived 15 Kent St. Buried in Canoe Cove.

D.1.2,2,1,1, Jean Taylor MacArthur 1903-Aug19,1998 + Malcolm MacNeill. They were second cousins twice-removed. Please see their descendants listed under his Darrach number is D.6,9.1.

D.1.2,2,1,3. Teddy MacArthur -before 1998 + Eva Taylor. Charlottetown.

D.1.2,2,1,4, Flora MacArthur 1909-Jan28,1997 As an unwed mother she had 2 children and married to (B) Robert Bussey she had one. She died in Victoria, B.C..

D.1.2,2,2, Elizabeth "Lizzie" MacLean 1886-1917 + Morson Sherren. Red hair. She died at age 30 from blood poisoning caused by an injection with an impure needle. Buried New Dominion Cemetery.

D.1.2,2,3, Euphemia "Phemie" MacLean + George Ernest Turner. Moved to New Glasgow, N.S..

D.1.2,2,4, Margaret "Maggie" MacLean + George Murdock Campbell

D.1.2,2,4,5, Katherine Campbell Died of Diphtheria, age 16, in 1930.

D.1.2,2,4,4, Rita Campbell Died of Diphtheria, age 5, in 1930.

D.1.2,2,5. George MacLean 1896-1989 + (A) Anna Blanche Dorell. She died, at age 24 He later married (B) Helen Dorell May23,1910-June16,1997, who was Anna’s sister.

D.1.2,2,5A.1, Norma Elaine MacLean -Jan22,1926

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D.1.2,3. DUNCAN McCANNELL June13,1858-June30,1876. Died at 18 years old. Buried St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,4, FLORA McCANNELL Feb 24, 1860-Sept20,1947 + Walter MacPhee 1867-1933. They lived in Long Creek. No children.

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D.1.2,5. JOHN ALEXANDER McCANNELL Apr22,1862- + Jollimore. Born in Long Creek. To Braintree, Mass.. Architect. Never wrote home.

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D.1.2,6. HECTOR D. McCANNELL Oct19,1863-July 16, 1939. Bachelor on the home-farm.

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D.1.2,7, MARY ELIZABETH McCANNELL Dec 10,1865-May 5,1866. Died in infancy. Buried St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,8. HAMMOND J. McCANNELL Feb10,1867-1945 + Lillian Livingstone. Born Long Creek, P.E.I.. Lived in Somerville, Mass. Visited P.E.I. occasionally.

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D.1.2,9, CATHERINE McCANNELL Dec18.1868-Oct19,1883. Died at 14 years old. Buried St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,10, ELIZABETH ANN McCANNELL Dec29, 1870-Jan22,1881. Died at 10 years old. Buried St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery.

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D.1.2,11, EUPHEMIA "TILLIE" McCANNELL Jan 10, 1873- Aug9,1946. + Hugh MacKinnon, on Nov22,1899. He was from Highfield, her first cousin (their mothers were sisters). To western Canada. Farmer. Died and buried in Regina, Saskatchewan.

D.1.2,11,1. Hammond Addison MacKinnon Feb19,1900- Highfield, P.E.I. . Bachelor.

D.1.2,11,2. John Daniel MacKinnon July4,1901- Highfield, P.E.I... Bachelor.

D.1.2,11,3. Leslie Hugh MacKinnon July10,1902- + Laura Townsend, on June17,1950, in Regina, Saskatchewan

D.1.2,11,4. Percy Parker MacKinnon Aug21,1903 Highfield, P.E.I... Bachelor.

D.1.2,11,5, Catherine Euphemia MacKinnon May31,1905-May20,1923. Born Highfield, P.E.I.. Died in Regina, Saskatchewan.

D.1.2,11,6. Gordon Steven MacKinnon Nov7,1906- + Mary in July, 1946. 1 daughter.

D.1.2,11,7. Ivan MacKinnon Feb, 1908- Mar,1908. Infant death. Highfield, P.E.I..

D.1.2,11,8. Malcolm Benjamine "Benny"MacKinnon Apr25,1910- + Corrin MacKay, in June, 1942, in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

D.1.2,11,8.1, Kelty MacKinnon

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D.1.2,12. DUNCAN "ROBB" McCANNELL Feb23,1875-Jan5,1944 +Margaret Beatrice Hamm of Southport in April 1901. Born in Long Creek. She was the daughter of Allen Hamm and Eliza MacNeill. Lived in Charlottetown.

D.1.2,12.1, Beatrice McCannell Nov1902. Died in infancy. Buried in St.Catherine’s Cemetery.

D.1.2,12.2. Allen Hamm McCannell Jan1,1904- + Marion Drake on Nov25,1932 She was the daughter of W.M. Drake and Abigail Judson.

D.1.2,12.3, Effie "Mae" McCannell Nov27, 1907-Apr18,1948. + Leonard Vatcher in 1931

D.1.2,12.4, Idella McCannell 1909. Died in infancy. Buried at St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

D.1.2,12.5, Violet McCannell Nov29,1910-May 1999 + M.J.Melbourne MacEachern 1911- 1981, of Long Creek. She wrote the books "Our West River Heritage" and "On The Banks Of The Elliot".

D.1.2,12.5,1, Arlene MacEachern Oct26,1934- June, 2001 + Chesley MacDougald -1989

D.1.2,12.5,4,1. Mark Green Died in June 1989 in a car accident.

D.1.2,12.6, Kathleen McCannell Jun7,1914 + Warren MacDonald, of Nine Mile Creek, in Jan1933

D.1.2,12.8. Robert Ross McCannell Feb6,1924-Jan25,1925. Buried at People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

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D.1.3, Christina "Christy" Darrach July8,1835- 1922 + Archibald "Donald" MacNeill 1815-1881, on Feb8,1855, in Charlottetown by Rev. Burnett.. She was born in Clyde River. He was 20 years older. When he was teased about not being married, he looked at Christy in the cradle, and said he was waiting for her. He was the brother of Malcolm who married Christy’s aunt Grace Darrach D.6, Farming. Buried at St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery, stone 109.

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D.1.3,1, ISABELLA MacNEILL 1855-Apr12,1860. Died at age 4. Buried St. Catherine’s Cem.

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D.1.3,2, MARY ANN MacNEILL 1858-Mar7,1917 + John A. Murray1855-June5,1947, on Mar3,1880 by C.C. Burgess.. Clyde River. Farming. Church of Scotland then Baptist. Buried Clyde River United Baptist Cemetery.

D.1.3,2,1, Isabel Murray 1881-Feb28,1908. Died age 27.

D.1.3,2,2. Donald Murray 1883-Dec9,1891. Died age 9.

D.1.3,2,3, Carrie Murray 1884-

D.1.3,2,4, Kate Murray 1886-

D.1.3,2,5. Duncan Murray 1888-Oct2,1908. Died age 20.

D.1.3,2,6, Christy J. Murray 1889-Dec20,1910. Died age 21.

D.1.3,2,7, Alvira Murray Nov10,1890-Feb26,1954 + Hugh Walker

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D.1.3,3. HECTOR MacNEILL 1859-Aug23,1891. Died at age 32.

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D.1.3,4, CHRISTIANA J. MacNEILL 1861-Jan12,1888 + James MacLean. Died at age 27. Buried at St. Catherine’s Cemetery, stone 111.

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D.1.3,5. JOHN MacNEILL 1863-1875. Died at 12 years old.

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D.1.3,6. ALEXANDER MacNEILL + Emma MacCallum. Farmed the land on the West River. Injured his leg for life when mud digging. They took in orphans, and he raised Warren Finney, who then moved to the U.SA.., and his family would come home every year and Alex and would take the cart and horse and pick them up at Colville Station. Both buried at the Clyde River Baptist Cemetery.

D.1.3,6.1. Hector MacNeill 1897-1915. Died at 18 years old. Clyde River.

D.1.3,6.2. Daniel Leslie MacNeill 1898-May27,1984 + Doris Newson Apr12,1900- . He was on neighbouring farm on the West River, and did mixed farming. He was a quiet man who was involved in church and community. They did a wonderful of raising Howard. Buried in Clyde River Baptist Cemetery.

D.1.3,6.2.1. Howard Daniel MacNeill Jan9,1934-Dec? . He had disability.

D.1.3,6.3. Kenneth Matheson MacNeill Apr24,1902-Dec10,1986 + Mary Isabel Cameron, Dec12,1899-Nov6,1962. He was a mixed farmer, and then worked with registered swine, and competed at the Canadian national level with the swine. Lived on family farm on West River. Buried St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.1.3,7, CATHERINE "KATIE" MacNEILL 1867-1895. Died at 28.

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D.1.3,8, ISABELLA MacNEILL 1869- + Kenneth Matheson

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D.1.3,9. DANIEL "DONALD" MacNEILL 1870-1894. Died at 24.

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D.1..3,10, ELIZABETH MacNEILL 1972- + Murray and later Angus Cameron.

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D.1.3,11, MARGARET ELLEN MacNEILL 1873-Mar2,1875. Died at 1 years old. Stone 110 at St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery

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D.1.3,12. JOHN A. MacNEILL 1875-1876. Died in infancy.

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D.1.4. Hector Darrach Jan 14, 1837- + Sarah Frances Langworthy calculated 1848- , in 1875, in Mystic Greenmanville. She was born in Connecticut, the daughter of David Langworthy, from Rhode Island, and Fannie Clark, from Connecticut. They lived in the U.S.A.. 1880 U.S.A. census lists him as a ship carpenter.

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D.1.5. Alexander Darrach Sept5,1839-1912 + Mary Lamont 1839-1911, on Mar29,1869. Baptized Mar30,1840, at St. Pauls Church of England. He was left land in Lot 31. Lived in Dunedin. Both buried at the Clyde River Cemetery.

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D.1.5.1, ELIZABETH G. DARRACH Oct23,1870-1889. Died at 19. Buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.5.2, ANN DARRACH June27,1872- Born in West River, Lot 31.

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D.1.5.3. EWEN DARRACH 1876- Born in West River, Lot 31.

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D.1.5.4. JOHN DARRACH 1877. Infant death.

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D.1.5.5a, BERTHA DARRACH

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D.1.6. Angus Darrach Jan1,1844-Mar11,1929 + Mary Ann Shaw 1844-1911, on Oct16,1866. Their children died young. He outlived all of them. He lived in Dunedin (the farm on the corner). [note also another Angus Darrach, D.2. had his children die young]. Buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.6.1, MARY DARRACH 1866 . Born in West River. Died in infancy. Buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery in Clyde River

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D.1.6.2. JOHN "TINK" ANGUS DARRACH Oct5,1867- + Jane Miekle , on Dec12,1922. He was 54, and she 60 when they married at St. Paul’s church.

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D.1.6.3. MALCOLM DARRACH Jan2,1870-1903. Born in West River. Died at 33 years old. Buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.4. PETER BEARSTO DARRACH Dec23,1871-1872. Died at 5 months of age Buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.5, CATHERINE "KATIE" ELIZABETH DARRACH 1873-June25,1904 + Daniel Frizzell , on Mar16,1900. Died at 31 years old. She had two daughters. One was raised by the Stones, in Cornwall, and the other by her parents, Angus and Mary.

D.1.6.5,1, Frances Frizzel 1903-1922

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D.1.6.6, JANIE F. DARRACH1874-1895. Died at 21 years of age. Buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.7. ANGUS H. DARRACH 1878-1897. Born in West River. Died aged 21. Buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.8. WILLIAM D. DARRACH 1881-Aug10,1900. Died aged 19. Buried at Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.9. HECTOR B. DARRACH Feb6,1883-1912. Died aged 29. Buried at Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.6.10, RUTH DARRACH 1886. Died in infancy. Buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Church, in Clyde River.

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D.1.7. John Darrach July10,1846-Aug20,1925 + Mary Ann MacDougal Oct1,1850- Aug16,1921 married on Apr20,1873 She was from Belfast, P.E.I... Married at residence of Mr. Pickard Royalty on Apr20,1873 by Rev. Duncan. Inherited the 100 acres homestead in Lot 31. Both buried at Burnside Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.7.1, FLORENCE "FLORRIE" CATHERINE DARRACH May6,1874-Sept3,1960 + Samuel "Sam" A. Ross Jan4,1874-Nov12,1960, in Mar1898, in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He was originally from Belfast, P.E.I.. He left P.E.I. to do carpentry in Boston, and became a building contractor. He built a number of three story homes in Dorchester, Mass.. She went to Boston to do housework. They lived at 31 Florida Street in one of the houses that Sam built. They visited P.E.I. every summer, with their two kids. She is buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, in Dorchester, Mass..

D.1.7.1,1, Lillian May Ross Jan12,1899-Aug4,1986 + James "Jim" Lewis Bain 1894-1949, on Jun24,1933. Later married William "Bill" H. Ozburn ?- May27,1987, on Nov22,1969. Lillian was named after her aunt who died in infancy. Jim and Bill both worked at Boston Edison Electric. No children. She and Jim lived at 31 Florida Street after her father converted the second floor into a separate flat. They would visit P.E.I. every summer and stay at Fred Beer’s or Florence Willis’. Lillian stayed at home after Jim’s death, and took care of her parents until their deaths. She and Bill lived there till their passing. Buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Dorchester, Mass.

D.1.7.1,2. Eugene "Gene" Ross Jan16,1901-Oct5,1924. He was educated in Boston, and attended Northwestern Engineering School. He died with heart complications from rheumatic fever. Buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Dorchester, Mass..

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D.1.7.2. JOHN DUNCAN DARRAH Dec29,1876-Feb.8,1959 + Jessie Beatrice MacDonald Sept20,1878-Jun25,1968, of Charlottetown, on Dec12,1900, in Boston, Mass.. He had left P.E.I., in part, because of the bleak prospects, as their were 7 brothers who could inherit the farm, and he didn’t much like farming. Very bright. Joined the American army, and fought in the Spanish American War, then plumber in Quincy, Mass.. He changed the spelling of his name to Darrah, when he became a U.S.A. citizen. He said the ‘c’ was never pronounced the way he saw it, and so there was no use for it. Both buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, in Dorchester, Mass..

D.1.7.2.1. John Warburton Darrah Died in infancy on May26,1904, at age 27 days.. Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester, Mass..

D.1.7.2.2, Mary Elizabeth Darrah Feb1,1908-Aug21,1963 + Raymond Otis Hollis Jun26,1940- Mar28,1994. He had a second marriage to Elizabeth Thackery Wanzer. He died in Sarasota, Florida. Both buried in Village Cemetery , Weymouth, Mass.

D.1.7.2.2.2. Douglas Darrah Hollis Nov6,1945-Dec2,1974. Died age 29. Buried Village Cemetery, Weymouth, Mass..

D.1.7.2.3. Rev. Theodore "Ted"Stanley Darrah Jan31,1914-Mar12,1995 + Cornelia Saunders Stott July7,1914-Mar28,1968, on June28,1939, in St. Paul, Minn., where she was born. He was born in Boston, Mass.. Harvard and Harvard Divinity School. He had two parishes in Connecticut during World War II. 1947 to Winter Park, Florida, as Chaplain at Rollins College. Both buried in Palm Cemetery in Winter Park, Florida. Owned a summer home in Chelsea, Vermont - an old farm.

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D.1.7.3. NEIL ARCHIBALD DARRACH Feb22,1877-1954 + Dixie MacLean 1880-May 19, 1931. He was willed part of the farm that is now the Clyde River Golf Course. He is buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery; and she at the Clyde River United Baptist Cemetery.

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D.1.7.4, FRANCIS "FANNY" CATHERINE DARRACH Jan4,1879-Sept3,1934 + Frederick "Fred" Boyd Beer Aug1,1881-Mar4,1972, on Jan25,1910. He farmed and ran a sawmill on the Bannockburn Road in Clyde River, P.E.I.. Fanny’s brother, Hector, married Fred’s sister, Ina. Both buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

D.1.7.4,1, Florence Mary Beer Dec19,1912-Dec27,1969 + John "Stirling" Willis Mar14,1910- Aug24,2001, on Nov8,1939. They owned a 110 acre farm in Kingston, P.E.I.. They started out operating a Silver Fox Ranch and mixed farming. Then the ranch became a Yorkshire Swine operation. In retirement, Stirling owned, trained and drove standard bred racehorses.

years they ran Paradise Park, a 15 unit motel in Cornwall. He was a great storyteller. She was in a coma for one month with multiple fractures from a car accident, but came back strong, and in 2006, aged 91, she lives on the Ferry Road in Cornwall, and is still active at cards and community and church events.

D.1.7.4,3. John Eugene Beer Mar21,1917-Nov22,2004 + Harriet "Hazel" MacLean June26,1920- , on Nov14,1945, in Charlottetown. She was from Meadowbank. He attended school, farmed and retired in his home community of Clyde River. He served as a member of the Royal Canada Naval Volunteer Reserve during WW II from 1940-1945. He served on the destroyers Qu’‘appelle and Athabaskan. They operated a mixed farming operation. He also worked at Maritime Electric Company for 38 years. As of 2005 she lived on the Trans-Canada Highway across from the Burnside Presbyterian Church in Clyde River. He was a member and supporter of the Clyde River Burnside Presbyterian Church, and is buried in the cemetery there.

D.1.7.4,4. Arnold Beer 1921-2001 - + Hilda Annie Murray. He was quite a storyteller. As of 2005 she lives on the Beer family farm, on Bannockburn Road, Clyde River, in the summer and an apartment in Charlottetown in the winter. He is buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Church in Clyde River.

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D.1.7.5. DANIEL JOHN DARRACH Apr22,1880-July20,1904 killed in train accident in Winnipeg aged 24..

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D.1.7.6. LEE GRANT DARRACH Mar10,1882-1953 + Charlotte "Lottie"A. Dixon 1891- 1958. No children. Brandon, Manitoba. World War I veteran. Travelled a lot as a merchant sailor. In world War II he was also in the merchant navy. Also worked in the woods in Maine. Both buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.1.7.7. HECTOR ALEXANDER DARRACH Sep8,1883-Dec7,1971 + Ina May Beer 1886- Sept2,1970. Willed part of the farm. His sister, Fanny, married Ina’s brother, Fred. Both buried at the Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

D.1.7.7.1. Ralph Darrach [Deceased] + (A) Jean MacLeod then (B) Della MacLeod (no relation). Jean died young.

D.1.7.7.1.3B, Myrtle Marie Darrach Died in infancy.

D.1.7.7.2, Marie Margaret Darrach Jan21,1913-Jan22,1993 + Wilfred Hector Stretch Oct12,1906-Sept5,1982. Married on Nov16.1935, in Long Creek United Baptist Church. She was born in Clyde River, and died in Charlottetown. He was born, and died, in Long Creek. She was a teacher and librarian. He was a World War II veteran. His namesake was Sir Wilfred Laurier. He was a farmer and commissionaire.

D.1.7.7.2,1. William Hector Stretch Infant death 1937.

D.1.7.7.3. John "Jack" Darrach + Margaret "Peggy". He is buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery in Clyde River. No children. As of 2005, she still lives in Charlottetown.

D.1.7.7.4. Lee Darrach Jan21,1916-June3,2000 + Mary "Eleanor" Mac Fayden Aug9,1919, on Oct20,1949, in Hampton, by Rev. Head . He was a schoolteacher, then in World War II he went to the Univ of Toronto to become a radar tech, and served overseas for three years in the Royal Air Force. He worked 35 years in the Department of Fisheries, as Chief of Inspections. She raised the kids, and kept care of her grandfather, and later her father for 11 years. He was a fine gentleman. She described him as the "nicest person she ever met; quiet and refined" and herself as "gabby", yet he lived long enough for them to make it to their 50th wedding anniversary. Initially they bought a small piece of land off cousin Jennie MacLeod, on Kirkwood Drive "when it was just a cow pasture". He escaped being drowning three times. One Sunday afternoon his double first cousin, Johnny Beer, decided to take the new horse for a ride, and was taking Lee into P.W.C.. When they landed at West Street, the horse went into the water, and they were barely able to grab the buffalo robe as it was floating away. Later a motorcycle went off the Bonshaw bridge. Then, on a troop ship heading overseas in a convoy, they were hit side on by an American freighter. As of 2006 she still lives in West Royalty. He died from heart when coming home from fixing up his parents grave. He is buried at Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery in Clyde River.

D.1.7.7.4.1. David Darrach Jan8,1951-July11,2005. Travelled a lot including Hamilton, Australia, Vancouver, the Arctic, and then at Fort McMurray, Alberta, on the oil rigs. He died suddenly in Northern Alberta with heart attack. Never married.

D.1.7.7.4.2, Jeannette A. Darrach May1,1954-May3,1954. Infant death.

D.1.7.7.5,1. Lee Darrell MacKenzie July3,1943-July15,1943. Infant death.

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D.1.7.8. ANGUS FULFORD DARRACH May 10,1885-Nov1,1959 + Ethel MacLaughlin 1902-May19,1931 No children. Willed part of the farm. First name may have been Fulford. Both buried Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.7.9, ISABEL JANE DARRACH July8,1886-April 5, 1887. Died in infancy. Buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.7.10. ELDON J.M. DARRACH Feb8,1888-Jan30,1973 + Margaret "Peggy" Jane MacPhee Mar4,1895-Dec26,1988, on Dec10,1915, in Brandon, Manitoba.. She was born in Riverdale, Lot 30 and died in Vancouver, B.C.. Both buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

D.1.7.10.n. Eldie Darrach Deceased. Lived in Vancouver, B. C..

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D.1.7.11, LILLIAN MAY DARRACH Dec 23, 1892. Died in infancy. Buried at Clyde River Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.1.8, Catherine "Kitty" Darrach Apr11,1850-Apr7,1925 + Hugh MacKinnon 1831- Jan22,1912, on June27,1867 by T. Duncan. Farming. Presbyterians. Buried in Highfield Cemetery, Winsloe.

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D.1.8,1, ELIZABETH MacKINNON Dec1,1868-Jan28,1886. Highfield, P.E.I..

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D.1.8,2, CATHERINE MacKINNON Jan20,1870-Mar15,1948 + Benjamine Crabbe on Jan15,1902

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D.1.8,3. HUGH EWEN MacKINNON Sept5,1871-Sept14,1947 + Euphemia MacCannell on Nov22,1899. To Regina, Saskatchewan, and buried there.

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D.1.8,4. JOHN DARRACH MacKINNON Jan13,1873-Aug18,1896

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D.1.8,5, MARY FRANCES MacKINNON Oct28,1875-Nov15,1922 + David W. Ross on May9,1900. Moved to Boston, and buried there.

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D.1.8,6, ISABELLA MARGARET MacKINNON Jan23,1877-May23,1944 + Albert Farquharson. Mermaid, P.E.I..

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D.1.8,7. DANIEL ARCHIBALD MacKINNON Jan9,1879-Apr2,1952 + Mabel Tomlins, on Oct7,1908. Later married Lillian Hooper. Buried in Charlottetown.

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D.1.8,8. HECTOR ALEXANDER MacKINNON Aug1,1880-Sept22,1939 Jenny MacLean of N.S.. To ElCereto, Calif.

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D.1.8,9, ELLA JEAN MacKINNON Mar12,1882-Aug12,1942. + John Pierce on Oct7,1911. Later married Winnifred Connelley Hooper. Died in Charlottetown.

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D.1.8,10, ALICE GRACE MacKINNON Dec21, 1883-Nov,1957 + Ernest Leigh Coffin on June22,1907. Buried New Bedford, Mass.

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D.1.8,11. LEMUEL ANGUS MacKINNON July7,1885-Dec26,1964 + Sarah MacDonald Dec2,1914. Highfield, P.E.I..

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D.1.8,12. DAVID LANWORTHY MacKINNON June9,1887-Mar21,1959 + Lulu Ellen Hurry on Aug17,1909. Highfield, P.E.I. to Charlottetown.

D.1.8,12.1, Elizabeth Ruth MacKinnon Oct 10,1910-

D.1.8,12.2. Hugh David MacKinnon Jan26,1912-June14,1979

D.1.8,12.4. Donald Archibald MacKinnon Nov26,1917-Jan26,1990

D.1.8,12.6n, Catherine "Kitty" Davida MacKinnon Aug21,1927-June, 2006 + Clifford Orford

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D.1.8,13, ANNIE ELIZABETH MacKINNON Apr1,1889-1889. Infant death.

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D.1.8,14. ALBERT T.J. MacKINNON May23,1891-May9,1945 + Caroline Walsh

Highfield, P.E.I., to Charlottetown.

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D.1.8,15. STEWART N.J. MacKINNON June25,1893-Feb 6,1980 + Jean Coles in 1919. Highfield, P.E.I..

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The "Duncan - John - Maggie" Line

D.1.9, Margaret "Maggie" Darrach May12,1854-Feb10,1935 + Murdock MacLeod 1836-Aug26,1917, married Clyde R. Apr 2, 1876 by Rev Gunn. Lived in New Argyle, then at West River Bridge in Dunedin. Church of Scotland. Buried New Dominion United Church Cemetery.

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D.1.9,1. JOHN D. MacLEOD1876-Dec9,1879. Died at age 2.

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D.1.9,2, SARAH J. MacLEOD 1878-1879. Died at age 1.

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D.2. Angus Darrach Oct. 4, 1806- June 27, 1859. + Jeannie "Jane" MacCallum 1811- 1892, on July9,1832. Born in Colville Road. 7 children died from consumption - Tuberculosis ( TB). Church of Scotland. He died at age 52 "well known and respected", with 150 people following to the grave. Buried at St. Catherine’s Pioneer Cemetery. [Note: also Angus Darrach, D.1.6. lost his children young].

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D.2.1, Euphemia Darrach May11,1833-1859. Born in Colville road. Died age 26.

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The "Duncan - Angus - Sarah" Line

D.2.2, Sarah Darrach Feb25,1835-Feb,1865 + (B) Malcolm Darrach , on Nov29,1859, by the Rev. Thomas Duncan (the Islander Dec.12, 1859). They were first cousins once- removed. He was 16 years older than she. He was from Covehead. He received in the will. She had one illegitimate child, Mary, and then 2 sons with Malcolm before she died at age 29 with Tuberculosis. His Darrach number is M.5. but the children will be listed here to keep all three together. Also, at the author’s discretion, the other reason is because these are the only known links to the Angus Darrach (D.2.) line of descent. Buried St. Catherine’s Cemetery (Lot 65).

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D.2.2,1A, MARY ISABELLA DARRACH 186?- Baptized by the Rev. Donald MacDonald, Church of Scotland. In 1902 she sent a correspondence letter to her relatives in New Zealand. In the will of Jane MacCallum Darrach it is noted that Mary was an illegitimate daughter of Sarah’s, and was to receive 0.

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D.2.2,2B. ANGUS "HECTOR" DARRACH Mar1,1861-1933 + Mary Jane MacLeod. Oct8,1873-Oct27,1897, married on May31,1897. St. James Church records indicate he was baptized Mar4,1862. He was known to be living with his uncle Angus (M.4.) Darrach., in Marshfield. His mother had died at the age of 29 with Tuberculosis, and then, in 1897, his wife, Mary Jane, died at age 24 following childbirth. She was the daughter of John Scott MacLeod and Mary Jane Stewart from Dunstaffnage. He was a farmer and carpenter. Church of Scotland. Both are buried in the Marshfield Cemetery.

D.2.2,2B.1. Scott Darrach Oct19, 1897-June30,1981 + Rhoda Ward -Oct3,1987. When his mother died, 8 days after he was born, he was raised by aunt Annie and Walter Munn. Both are buried in Braintree, Mass..

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D.2.2,3B. MALCOLM "ALEXANDER" DARRACH Sept5,1862- St. James Church records, baptized Feb7,1865 Received 16 acres from his grandmother’s, Jane Darrach, will. Wiltshire Road. He moved to Pictou, N.S..

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D.2.3. Duncan Darrach Oct1,1837-Mar30,1875. Died age 37 in South Wiltshire. Buried at the St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.2.4, Mary Darrach Jun30,1840-Jan,1866. Died age 26. St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.2.5, Margaret Darrach 1842-June19,1879. Died age 37. + Michael Furness.

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D.2.6. Hector Darrach Aug15,1843-Feb,1862. Died age 18. St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.2.7. Neil Darrach Mar17,1845- Born in Colville Road.

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D.2.8, Janet Darrach Jan20,1848-June10,1866. Died age 17. St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.2.9. Angus Darrach Dec18,1851-Mar8,1870. Died age 19. St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.2.10. Archibald Darrach Oct9,1852-April30,1870. Died age 17. St. Catherine’s Cem. .

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D.3. Malcolm Darrach Aug 5, 1809- Jul 27, 1869 + Isabella "Sarah" MacNeill , on Jan.12,1839, by Rev. John MacLennan. Teacher and farmer. He taught at the Dog River School, with an average attendance of 40. Lot 31.

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D.3.1. Duncan Darrach He inherited all but 30 acres of the farm

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D.3.2, Catherine Bell Darrach July8,1847- Born in West river. She inherited 30 acres of Lot 31 land, plus one cow and 6 sheep, and her fathers wish that Duncan could give her "a present of something else if he can accomplish it some future time". This may have been the Catherine married to John Stewart with children, in the 1881 Census, for John (15); Sarah (13); Malcolm (8); PH sic (4); and Duncan (2).

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D.4, Euphemia Darrach Dec 21, 1810 - Feb 26, 1831 + Angus MacLean 1802- . Baptized Feb3,1811 at St. Paul’s, in Charlottetown. He was born in Scotland. He was a farmer. She died at the age of 20. Buried at St.Catherine’s Cemetery.

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The "Duncan - Effie - Effie MacLean" Line

D.4,1, Euphemia "Effie" MacLean Feb26,1831-Jan1,1856 + John MacMillan Jan15,1826-Feb25,1882. Jan12,1826-Feb25, 1882, on Mar13,1851. He was the son of James Hamish MacMillan and ? Munn. She died at age 24. He was later to marry Effie’s first cousin, Margaret MacCallum, DD.5,4, Effie was buried in Wood Islands Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.4,1,1, MARGARET EFFIE MacMILLAN Apr18,1852-Oct 9,1925 + Dougald MacNeill Feb20,1847-Aug17,1931. Buried in Wood Islands Cemetery.

D.4,1,1,1, Mary Grace MacNeillJun7,1883-Feb17,1974 + James Duncan MacMillan Jan28,1883-Mar5,1955 on Aug23,1911. Died in Dedham, Mass.

D.4,1,1,1,2, Florence E. MacMillan Dec30,1913-Apr27,1958.

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D.4,1,2, MARIA ANN MacMILLAN Dec1,1855-Apr11,1856. Infant death.

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D.5, Margaret "Peggy" Darrach1813-1892. + Archibald MacCallum 1803-July 11,1865, on Apr5,1832. Buried at Wilmot Valley cemetery Lot 25. Stone 4- 38. He was a farmer in Brackley. The order of the following children is unclear. There also may have been a ‘Mary’, or one of these has a second name ‘Mary’. When her sister, Ann (Nancy) DD.8, died in 1862, her niece, Isabella, DD.8,aged two was raised by them. Their 9 children were Donald MacCallum, Duncan, Effie, Margaret, Grace, Jane, Christine, Neil, and Florence. There may have been a daughter Mary after Margaret.

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D.5,1. Donald MacCallum 1850-1923 + Mary Dougherty 1840-1918. Lived in St. Eleonars. Buried in Lot 16.

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D.5,1,1. WALLACE MacCALLUM 1873-1947 + Elizabeth Stromberg. She was from the U.S.A.. May not have had any family. Buried Summerside Peoples Cemetery.

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D.5,1.2. GEORGE MacCALLUM 1878-1940 + Florence Pridham. Buried Summerside Peoples Cemetery.

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D.5,1.3. CALVIN D. MacCALLUM 1880-1950 + Louise Mellish. Buried Summerside Peoples Cemetery.

D.5,1.3.5. John Donald MacCallum Infant death.

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D.5,1.4, MARJORIE MacCALLUM 1877-1913 + George Pickering. Buried Summerside People’s Cemetery.

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D.5,2. Duncan MacCallum Mar17,1853-1924 + Sarah Cameron. Baptized May29,1853, in Crapaud. Buried in Lot 16, U.C.C..

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The "Duncan - Margaret - Margaret MacCallum" Line

D.5,4, Margaret MacCallum - Feb18,1876 + John MacMillan Jan15,1826- Feb25,1882. She was born in Crapaud, P.E.I.. Church of Scotland. He was previously married to Margaret’s first cousin Effie MacLean, D.4,1, who died at age 24. Lived in Wood Islands. Margaret was buried at Wilmot Valley, Lot 23, Cem.4, Stone 43.

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D.5,4,1, HENRIETTA ANN MacMILLAN Apr3, 1859- Baptized Oct9,1859 by Rev McNeill

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D.5,4,2, MARGARET MacMILLAN Feb20,1861- Baptized Sept15,1861, by A. Clark

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D.5,4,3, MARY MacMILLAN Mar18,1864- Baptized Oct2,1864 in Quincy, Mass.

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D.5,4,4. ARCHIBALD MacMILLAN Oct24,1872-Apr6,1942. Died in Winnepeg, Manitoba.

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D.5,4,5, ELIZABETH CHRISTINA MacMILLAN Mar1,1875- Baptized Aug8,1875

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D.5,5, Grace MacCallum 1842?-1914 + John Ramsay. Buried Wilmot Valley.

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D.5,6, Jane Jennie MacCallum + James MacKenzie. Lived in Wood Islands.

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D.5,7, Christine MacCallum 1847?-1927 + Donald Ramsay. buried Bloomfield U.C.C..

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D.5,8. Neil MacCallum Never married

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D.5,9, Florence MacCallum 1856-Aug16,1891 + Robert J. Myers. Buried in Crapaud.

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D.6, Grace "Griffy" Darrach Aug 04, 1815 - Nov.9, 1904.+ Malcolm H. MacNeill 1808 - Apr 10,1894. Married Oct 1, 1834. His parents were His parents were Hector MacNeill 1778-1838 and Ann MacEachern and they were aboard the ship ‘Spencer’ in 1806. Farming. Both buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery. Their 10 children were Archibald, Grace, Catherine, Effie, Margaret, Isabella, Hector, Duncan, Malcolm, and Silas.

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The "Duncan - Grace - Archibald MacNeill" Line

D.6,1. Archibald MacNeill: 1835-1916. + Ann Darrach 1841-1917. They were first cousins. Please see list of their children under Ann Darrach D.7.1,

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The "Duncan - Grace- Grace MacNeill" Line

D.6,2, Grace MacNeill Mar7,1839 -May8,1903 + Nicholas MacNevin -Oct16,1910, on Mar11,1863.

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D.6,2,1, BELLE MacNEVIN ?1863-June9,1949 + Duncan MacLaughlin . No children. Buried in People’s Cemetary.

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D.6,2,2, CATHERINE "KATIE" MacNEVIN Sept24,1865-Apr18,1959 + James Lamont June15,1865-Aug21,1955.

D.6,2,2,1. Donald Lamont Sept,1894- Went out west.

D.6.2,2,2. James Lamont Dec26,1895- Went out west.

D.6,2,2,3. Everett Lamont Jan20,1897- Went out west.

D.6,2,2,4. Malcolm "Mac" Lamont Dec2,1900. No children. Lived in St. Catherine’s.

D.6,2,2,5, Grace Lamont Aug26,1906- . Never married.

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D.6,2,3, MARGARET MacNEVIN -Apr18,1959 + Hardy C. Angus. Middleboro , Mass. No children.

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D.6,2,4, MARY MacNEVIN Died young. Buried at St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.6,2,5, GRACE MacNEVIN Died young. Buried at St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.6,2,6. ALEXANDER MacNEVIN Died young. Buried at St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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D.6,2,7. MALCOLM MacNEVIN -Sept13,1911. Never married. Buried at St. Catherine’s .

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D.6,3, Catherine "Kitty" MacNeill 1841 - Nov 7,1936. Never married. She lived with siblings Mary, Hector and Silas. When her sister, Annie, died at age 29, they took in Alexander and Tupper Strang. Kitty is buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

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The "Duncan - Grace - Effie MacNeill" Line

D.6,4, Euphemia "Effie" MacNeill 1843. + Neil MacPhail. Moved to Buctouch, N.B. and to Amherst, N.S.. Information from John Collins indicates that there was a child between Mary and John.

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D.6,4,1, MARY MacPHAIL + William Frederick Wilbur.

D.6,4,1,1. Gordon Wilbur 1886/7-July20,1910

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D.6,4,4, ANNIE MacPHAIL May16,1873-Mar25,1902 + Edgar Phinney Strang Feb7,1873- Aug5,1946, married on Jan4,1898, in Charlottetown. She died at age 29. She was born in Argyle shore. She may have been the fourth child of Effie and Neil. She wrote "I will never see my Island home again’. She died in Sydney, N.S.. He was born in Tryon, P.E.I.. He died in Montreal. Alex and Tupper went to live with her 4 siblings (see D.6,3, Kitty)

D.6,4,1,1. Jesse Alexander "Alex" Strang May15,1898-Apr6,1970 + Sarah Emiline "Essie" or "Se" Taylor. Nov11,1906-Apr11,1988, married on Nov8,1926, in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.. He was born in Charlottetown and died in Montreal. He was in World War I with the Royal Canadian Navy. Lived 30 years in Montreal. 7 grandchildren. 7 great-grandchildren.

D.6,4,4,2. Charles "Tupper" Strang May12,1900-Feb18,1987 + Irene Lillian Smith Nov5,1899-May7,1976. Lived in New Dominion.

D.6,4,4,2.1, Charlotte Annie Strang 1927-1996

D.6,4,4,2.2, Grace Edith Strang 1929-1965

D.6,4,4,2.4, Miriam Christinna Strang 1935-1998 + Charles Bayne. Wolfville, N.S..

D.6,4,4,2.5. Edgar Brenton Strang 1937-1971 + Hazel Macdonald. Cape Traverse.

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D.6,4,n. HIRAM MacPHAIL -Sept26,1897. Burial Amherst, N.S..

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D.6,4,n. NEIL MaCPHAIL  -June21,1902. Burial Amhersest, N.S..

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D..6,4,n. GEORGE J. MaCPHAIL -June26,1902. Burial Amherst, N.S..

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D.6,5, Mary MacNeill 1847 -Aug 23,1936. Never married. Buried at Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

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D.6,6, Isabella MacNeill 1848-1852. Died at four years of age.

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D.6,7. Hector MacNeill Apr 1,1852 - May 19,1919. Never married. Buried at Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

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D.6,8. Duncan MacNeill Dec25,1854 -1916. + Jemina MacEwan. Buried at Long Creek.

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D.6,8.1. FRED MacNEILL -Apr23, He died at the age of 43. He was from Charlottetown, and died in Hamilton. He lived in Ottawa for 25 years, working as a city travellor for the C.H. Cochrane Company, and on moving to Hamilton he was in the jewellery business.

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D.6,8.n. GRACE MacNEILL Feb22,1892-Aug31,1981. She was born in Charlottetown, and died in Ottawa.

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The "Duncan - Grace - Malcolm MacNeill" Line

D.6,9. Malcolm MacNeill: May 15,1857 - 1921. + Maggie A. MacPhee. Buried at Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

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D.6,9.1. MALCOLM GRAHAM MacNEILL + Jean Taylor MacArthur 1904-1998. They were second cousins twice-removed. Her Darrach number is DD.1.2,2,2,1,

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D.7. Neill Angus Darrach 1818 - Sep 4, 1878. + Catherine Ferguson July20,1822-Feb 24,1906. Inherited a lot of the Lot 31, Clyde River farm. Mild man with a comfortable home. But he had scuffles with the Irish Catholics and the Irish, and would feel offended and hurt, i.e., when called a "Skienochs", which only meant Skylanders. His name written in the dedication page of the Gaelic Bible of his father D. Duncan. Sold farm to Hector Darrach. She was from Hampton. At age 12 she walked high truss of DeSable bridge. She got him to come into her deliveries. After he died she moved to Marshfield with her son, Duncan. She was an aunt to James who married Ann Darrach D.1.1.5, and to John who married Isabella Darrach D.7.6, Their 8 children were Ann, Effie, Kitty, Margaret, Duncan, Isabella, Angus, and Peter.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Ann" Line

D.7.1, Ann Darrach 1841 - 1917. + Archie McNeill 1835-1915. They were first cousins. His number is D.6,1.. Their children, and descendants will be listed here.

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D.7.1,1, HAZEL McNEILL Aug25,1891-Feb27,1962 + Angus MacEachern June 9,1881- Mar15,1950, married on May10,1916. She was born in Long Creek and died in Rocky Point. He was born in New Argyle, the son of Duncan MacEachern and Catherine "Katie" MacPhail, and died in Rocky Point. He was a farmer. They are both are buried at the New Dominion United Church Cemetery.

D.7.1.1,2. Albert "Lorne" MacEachern" June23,1918-1987 + Rita Darrach , married on Nov2?,1939, in Clyde River. Her Darrach number is D.1.7.3.n, making Albert and Rita third cousins. Their children and descendants will be listed under Rita’s name and number. He was born in Rocky Point. They lived on Trans Canada Highway near Burnside Church. He died at the Q.E.H., Charlottetown, P.E.I..

D.7.1.1,3. George Wilfred MacEachern July28,1920-Aug16,2005 + Loretta Alcorn July23,1929- Jan30, 2006. He was a farmer and an orderly. She was the daughter of Urban Alchorn. He was born in Rocky Point and died in Vernon, B.C..

D.7.1.1,5. Angus Archibald ‘Jr’ MacEachern Nov9,1924-Sept23,2003. He was born in Rocky Point and died at the Beach Grove Nursing Home.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Effie" Line

D.7.2, Effie Darrach 1847 - Mar 6, 1934. + John Alexander Scott 1830 - Apr 18, 1895. "Grammie". Buried in Cornwall Cemetery.

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D.7.2,1. HARRY BIGELOW SCOTT died in 70's + (A) Margaret "Maggie" Belle MacDonald 1885-May24,1921. She died with TB at their home in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Archie MacDonald. and (B) Mary Aletta "Lettie" MacLean 1891- Apr18,1924, married Sept27,1922, by Rev. Ross Eaton, in Charlottetown. He also was married to Catherine MacLean.

D.7.2,1A.2. Lorne Scott 1914-1972 + Marion MacNaughton 1910-1988

D.7.2,1A.2.2. Lloyd Scott 1937-1996 + Effie MacBeth.

D.7.2,1A.2.5, Sheila Scott 1941-1941. Died as an infant.

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D.7.2,2, LAURA SCOTT Died as a young girl.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Kitty" Line

D.7.3, Catherine "Kitty" Darrach 1849 - Mar 27, 1931 + Angus "Johnny Angus" Andrew MacDougall 1840 - Feb 4, 1916. Argyle Shore, big farm home, everyone welcome. He sold monuments on the side.

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D.7.3,1. JOHNNY "JACK ANGUS" MacDOUGAL Mar14,1871-1950 + Maria McDonald Dec24,1881Dec4,1947, on Nov24,1909. She was born in Hampton, Lot 29. He inherited the family farm. Buried Argyle Shore Cemetery.

D.7.3,1.1. Gordon MacDougal 1915-1941

D.7.3,1.2. Lloyd MacDougal Mar8,1916-1939

D.7.3,1.3. Jamie MacDougal Apr8,1918-1984 + Ann Porter?

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D.7.3,2, MARY MacDOUGAL + John "Jack" Douglas Campbell Mar1,1862- , on Aug3,1892, in Canoe Cove. He was born in Lot29.

D.7.3,2,1, Pauline Campbell + John Donald MacPhail. They kept Dave Moore as a handyman.

D.7.3,2,2, Laura Campbell 1905-

D.7.3,2,3. Jack Campbell

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D.7.3,3, KATHERINE "KATIE" ANN MacDOUGAL Apr16,1873-+ Louis Richardson

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D.7.3,4. NEIL DUNCAN MacDOUGAL Aug8,1876 + Catherine Cavanah She was from Ireland. Lived in Quincy, MA.

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D.7.3,5, EFFIE MacDOUGAL Died at age 10, on the same night as her sister, Blanche, from diphtheria.

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D.7.3,6, BLANCHE MacDOUGAL Died at age 8, on the same night as her sister, Effie, from diphtheria.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Margaret" Line

D.7.4, Margaret Darrach Feb 1850 - 1937. + Captain John Murchison, June 19, 1847 - 1887. Got land from Peter Darrach, in Pleasant Grove, California. She once was Miss San Francisco. Captain Murchison died of typhoid fever before his son was born. She raised the seven kids. Farmhouse destroyed by fire. To San Francisco.

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D.7.4,1, CATHERINE MURCHISON Aug 1877- Mar 1958. Nurse in California around time of 1906 earthquake. Never married.

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D.7.4,2, JOSEPHINE MURCHISON 1879-1964 + Rod Goode.

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D.7.4,3, SARAH "SALLY" MURCHISON Dec1882-Oct1964. + Frank Evans. No children.

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D.7.4,4, GRACE MURCHISON Aug7,1884-Dec6,1968. Never married.

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D.7.4,5, EUPHEMIA "EFFIE" MURCHISON 1885-1960. Nurse in California around the time of the 1906 earthquake. Never married.

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D.7.4,6, DONALDINA MURCHISON 1886-1965?. + Starr Hill

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D.7.4,7. JOHN DARRACH MURCHISON 1887-1966. + Leora Olson 1887-1977.

D.7.4,7.1. John Darrach Murchison: 1921-1946. Navy pilot killed in World War II.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Duncan" Line

D.7.5. Duncan Darrach Jan14,1855 - Feb14,1939. + Margaret Amelia Burhoe Sept20,1857- 1927, on July21,1882. He inherited and lived on the original farm of his grandfather DD. Duncan Darrach , at the point between the West and Clyde River. He sold the land and moved to Marshfield. He took his mother, Catherine, with him. He is buried in the York Cemetery.

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D.7.5.1. NEIL BOWMAN DARRACH Sept3,1885-Feb12,1957 + Emily Blanche Fanny Boswell Nov10,1885-May17,1964, on May3,1908. Worked for CNR in Borden, P.E.I..She was from Dunstaffnage. He was called "Neil B." and first cousin, Neil Angus, D.7.7.2. was born in 1884, and was called "Neil A.". Neil and Blanche were both buried in the People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

D.7.5.1.1, Verna Mary Darrach June22,1908-Oct24,1931. Never married. She was born in Dunstaffnage. She lived on Longworth Avenue, and was buried in the People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

D.7.5.1.2, Ethel Margaret Darrach Sept18,1910-Feb24,1989 + Leonard Alfred Edwards on Feb14,1931. She was born in Dunstaffnage, P.E.I.. She was buried at People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

D.7.5.1.3, Helen Alexandria Darrach Sept20,1912-Apr4,1992 + Clarence Waddell married Apr13,1929. She was born in Dunstaffnage, P.E.I.; lived in Cape Traverse; and was buried at the Cape Traverse United Church Cemetery.

D.7.5.1.3,1, Sherley Blanch Waddell Oct20,1929-Mar17,1992 + Marvin Sherren.

D.7.5.1.3,1,4, Brenda Lee Sherren Dec4,1953-July19,1964

D.7.5.1.3,3. Alison Neil Waddell Jun23,1933-Mar2,1985.

D.7.5.1.4. Preston Almon "Pep" Darrach Oct27,1915-Jan1,1988 + Rita Grace Pickering 1921- 2002, married on Sept25,1940, in Halifax, N.S.. She was the daughter of George Pickering and Bessie Underhill, and was born in French River P.E.I... He was born in Dunstaffnage, P.E.I.. Good hockey player. He worked on the P.E.I. Ferries, at Borden.. Both are buried at Geddie Memorial Cemetery, Springbrook, P.E.I..

D.7.5.1.4.1.1, Kimberley Ann Darrach July15,1969-Nov27,2005 + Stacey John Folland on May16,1991. She was born in Charlottetown. She died from Multiple Sclerosis.

D.7.5.1.4.5, Barbara Ann Darrach May21,1948-Jan20,2001 + Lloyd Albert Knowlton , married on Aug27,1966, in Bedeque, P.E.I... She was born in Borden, P.E.I.. Her burial was May31, 2001, when her ashes were spread on the Northumberland Strait.

D.7.5.1.5. Eldon "Eldie" Albert Darrach Feb22,1918-Mar22,1984 + Frances Helen White, in 1939, at Zion Presbyterian Church in Charlottetown. He was born in Dunstaffnage, P.E.I.. A good hockey player. Worked on the P.E.I. Ferries, at Borden.. Buried People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

D.7.5.1.5.1a. Aubrey Darrach Nov13,1945-Aug,1992 + Ann MacLeod 1972-

D.7.5.1.6. John Duncan "Jack" Darrach Feb2,1921-Oct18,2006 + Norma Lea Howatt Dec26,1927-July12,1995, married on Sept20,1947. He was born, and lived, in Borden, P.E.I.. She was the daughter of Arthur Howatt and Nellie Read. He worked for CN Rail. He was a World War II veteran. He was instrumental in genealogy work that has been added to this genealogy file.

D.7.5.1.7, Tisey Alberta Darrach Feb2,1921-Sept11,2006 + Hensley MacDonald Feb15,1916- Dec26,2003, married on Dec29,1941, in Charlottetown. She was born in Borden, P.E.I., and he from Augustine Cove..

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D.7.5.2, EDITH JEAN DARRACH Apr29,1886-Jan1,1972 + Horace Vessey Oct30,1884-1953 on Dec12,1912. Both buried in the York cemetery.

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D.7.5.3. JOHN "JACK" MURCHISON DARRACH Sept30,1888-1964 + Millicent Minero on Aug3,1910. To Mass., U.S.A..

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D.7.5.4, LAURA BLANCHE DARRACH 1889-1945 + Ernest Howard on May 22,1912. [other note says she married a Silverton in Seattle]. Lived in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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D.7.5.5. PERCY PRESTON DARRACH Nov19,1892-1967. Never married. Forteous, Mass.. He died in New York. Buried at York cemetery, P.E.I..

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D.7.5.6, HILDA MARIA DARRACH Mar15,1895-1984 + Herbert Dennis Jul7,1890- Sept24,1972 on Nov4,1914. Lived in Marshfield. Buried at Dunstaffnage cemetery.

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D.7.5.7, BIRTHA HELENA DARRACH Nov9,1899-1973. Never married. R.N. at the Sanitorium. Buried in the York Cemetery with parents.

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D.7.6, Isabella Darrach Jul 1,1857 - Oct 2,1914 + John Ferguson Oct 1, 1859 - Aug 21 1946, on Sept27,1901."Stunning". Always had 3 crocks - Sultana cake; fruit cake; and Scotch cookies, plus a bottle of good wine in the side board - "the ministers always visited her house - they knew a good place to get a meal". He was a cousin of James Ferguson who married Ann Darrach D.1.1.5, . Brenda Moore has a copy of her will. DeSable Church of Scotland.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Angus Neil" Line

D.7.7. Angus Neil Darrach Dec 24,1859 - Aug 24, 1924. + Margaret Ann Nicholson Jun10,1862-May4,1954, on Feb22,1882. New Haven. "Papa". Fussy. Presbyterian. Carpenter. Built bridges, i.e., Churchill. When building wharf on the Dunedin Bridge he broke his leg, was not compensated, and turned from Liberal to Conservative. Taught carpentry. 18 acre farm around the corner, through New Haven, where there is still a small barn as of Jan.,2005. She was "an angel", garden, made clothes, Women’s Institute, Bible. She wanted her girls educated. She delivered babies, and put on pneumonia poultices, "even in the Catholic homes"! Telephone switchboard so gave news to families who lost soldiers in WWI. She moved in with her son, Neil Angus, in East Royalty, after Angus died of cancer of the stomach. She was called "Grammie". Both buried at the Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.7.7.1, Katherine Bell Darrach: Jul 10,1882 - Oct 13,1948 + Johnston J. "JJ" Murray Mar28,1873 -Jan16,1954, on September,1917, in Calgary, Alberta, witnessed by Neil A. and Christina Darrach.. Schoolteacher. Blairmore, Alberta. JJ was a station agent 1910-1940, and she had a Canadian Pacific Railroad pass, and came home to P.E.I. every summer. She was a lovely, kind lady, who used excellent English, and nicely correct her niece, Shirley. She bought the organ that has been passed down through the generations on P.E.I.. He was born in West Branch, N.B., and was active in the Masonic Lodge, school board, and United Church. Buried in Union Cemetery, Blairmore, Alberta.

D.7.7.1,1, Margaret Robertson Murray: Aug18,1918-July 13,2004 + John William "Bill" Rogers Oct19,1918-Jan29,2005, on Dec10,1945, in Blairmore. Nurse in Air Force World War II. One of head nurses in Kimberley, B.C.. Organist United Church. Ski instructor. Wildlife. Reached summits of over 10 peaks exceeding 11,000 feet. Magnificant Seven group of oldsters who hiked. Macular Degeneration, dementia, broken hips. Ashes spread over ski hill, from a red helicopter, at her request. He was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, the son of John Joseph Rogers from Quincy, Mass., and Jean Lowe from Medicine Hat., whose parents were from Scotland. He was a fighter pilot, with 3 kills, in WWII, in Burma, and was shot down twice, got malaria, and survived a torpedo hit. Mining for 47 years, who hiked, golfed, and fished. His ashes were spread over Premier Lake.

D.7.7.1,2, Elizabeth Jean "Beth" Murray: Feb18,1920-Oct29,1988 + George Roland "Rollie" Stewart July27,1915-Apr9,2003, married on July25,1947, in Edmonton, Alberta. They moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, in 1954. She had lovely red hair, and was a nurse. He was from Cape Breton, and an RCMP officer. Both died in Lethbridge, Alberta.

D.7.7.1,2,1. Malcolm Murray Stewart June3,1948-Apr10,1964 at age 15. He had a brain injury at birth. Born in Blairmore, Alberta.

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D.7.7.2. NEIL ANGUS DARRACH Jul 11, 1884 - Nov 28, 1967. + Christina MacDonald Dec 6, 1886-Jul 8, 1975, on Oct. 14, 1908, in Winnipeg. Then they moved to Calgary, Windsor, New Haven P.E.I., then to East Royalty to farm, in 1927.Carpenter, including to Boston in the winters. One owner of Health Pasturized Milk Co. with Walter and Harold Heartz. He was Presbyterian, and joined the United Church, in 1925. Elder. Generous. Refused to work on Sundays. Very agile. Once a train missed its stop in Hunter River and he forced them to take him back. As eldest son cared for parents and relatives. Contented retirement smoking a pipe. She was from Dutchbrook, Cape Breton, N.S..Hooked, knitted, and quilted. Red Cross. Bookkeeper. Sunday School. Soprano. Upset with liberalism in church. At over 40 she prayed to have a musical daughter, and got one! "Bama and Dada".

D.7.7.2.1. Gordon Edwin Darrach: Apr 28,1909 -Oct 12,1983. + Jean Elizabeth McKenzie Nov 30,1915 - May 10,1977. He was born in Calgary, Alberta, and when his parents moved back to P.E.I. he attended Prince of Wales College, then Mt. Allison Univ., Dalhousie Univ., and Pine Hill Divinity School. He was ordained in the ministry of the United Church of Canada, in June 1937, and served the North End mission in Halifax. In World War II he was in the Princess Louise Fusiliers, and served in England and Italy, and then with the Calgary Tanks in France and Holland, and the Three Rivers Regiment in Holland and Germany. He received the highest military decoration in France for valor, the Croix de Guerre (avec etoile argent). One example of his valor was when he walked into the middle of a mine field to rescue a wounded soldier. In 1949 he joined the Canadian Army, as chaplain, and served in various bases in Canada, as well as in Korea, Indochina, and Europe. In 1965 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel with his appointment as senior Protestant chaplain of the 4th Canadian Infantry Brigade Group in Germany. Following retirement, in 1967, he worked until 1976 as a direrctor of the Nova Scotia Department of Public Welfare. His work in genealogy resulted in a family genealogy pedigree, that inspired and led myself (Angus Beck) to initiate this genealogy.

D.7.7.2.1.1. Ian Gordon Darrach: Sep 7,1946 - Apr30,2004 + Shirley. He lived 19 years with a liver transplant, and also12 years with a kidney transplant. He was a lawyer in Halifax, in the Crowns Prosecutors Office.

D.7.7.2.2. Ivan George Darrach: Dec 24, 1910 - Dec 20,1992. + Blanche Howatt Dec 21,1924

D.7.7.2.3. Malcolm John Darrach: Dec 10,1919 - Sept 15,1996. + Lorna Mae Stewart Aug 22,1919 - on Dec.19,1944 in York. She was from Dunstaffnage. He was born in Calgary, but lived life in East Royalty, P.E.I... Originally a dairy farmer, then a carpenter with huge land development, especially in East Royalty. United Church elder. Community interests. Buried Peoples Cemetery, Charlottetown.

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D.7.7.3, ANNIE MARGARET DARRACH Nov 18, 1886 - Mar 5, 1968. + Alexander Donald MacBeth Dec 21, 1882 - Oct 6, 1960. She and her girls were strikingly beautiful, great cooks, with well kept homes. Religious family. Her sister, Laura, used to go down and live with her each winter to do private nursing. Both buried in Mt.Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy, Mass.

D.7.7.3,1, Lorna Margaret MacBeth:Aug22,1910-Feb17,1984 + Dr. William Malcolm MacPhee. Kilmure. They both came to P.E.I. each summer and stay at the Charlottetown Hotel. He was quite "dapper". Both buried in Mt. Wollastone Cemetery, Quincy, Mass..

D.7.7.3,2, Verna Isabelle MacBeth: Dec26,1912-Sept5,1983 + Larry Eugene Brown June9,1909-Apr19,1972, in 1937. They came to P.E.I. occasionally while "Grammie" was still alive. Buried in Pine Hill Cemetery.

D.7.7.3,3, Marian Jessie MacBeth: Oct4,1916-Nov19,1993. Nurse. Never married. Buried in Mt. Wollaston Cemetery.

D.7.7.3,4. Alexander Darrach "Brother" MacBeth: Jul26,1918-Nov27,2001 + Louise Ruoff Aug16,1927-Mar,2003, on Sept8,1951. Both buried in Whitman, Mass..

D.7.7.3,5, Blanche Anna MacBeth: Mar24,1923-Aug1,1933. Died at 10 years of age, in Calgary, from the flu. Buried in Mt. Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy, Mass..

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D.7.7.4. DAN VICTOR DARRACH Nov 22, 1888 - Dec 18,1944. + Annie Beaton Jan 18,1899 - Jan28,1993, on July10,1919. He was a carpenter, and a World War I veteran. She was a homemaker. Buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

D.7.7.4.1. Charlie Beaton Darrach: Mar6,1919-Dec3,2001 + Sadie Hazel Fraser Oct27,1915- Oct10,1993. He was a carpenter and a World War II veteran. She was a hair stylist. No children.

D.7.7.4.2, Dorothy Blanche Darrach: Sept29, 1920-May8,1969 + Harold Affleck June19,1912- June20,1984, on Feb12,1958. She was an office clerk.

D.7.7.4.3.2.2, Marilyn Jill Darrach Nov29,1977-Dec3,1977. Infant death.

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D.7.7.5. JOHN MacKAIG DARRACH May 3, 1892 - Sep 21, 1912. Died age 20 with typhoid fever, while living in Calgary with his brother, Neil Angus and Christina Darrach. Buried Clyde River Cemetery.

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D.7.7.6, BLANCHE ETHEL DARRACH Aug 13, 1893 - Nov 7,1918. Died at 25 with the flu. Buried Burnside Presbyterian Cemetery, in Clyde River.

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D.7.7.7, JENNIE MAY DARRACH Mar 17,1896 -Sept 15,1983. + Geddie MacLeod Dec 15, 1894 - May 3,1859, on Mar17,1896 in New Haven.. She was great story teller. Ran the Kirkwood.Motel.

D.7.7.7,1, Florence Blanche MacLeod: Feb2,1921-deceased + Carl Burke Feb201913- Sept7,1975. Buried People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

D.7.7.7,1,1. Fraser Burke deceased. + Patsy MacPhail

D.7.7.7,1,3. Thane (Frederick) Burke deceased

D.7.7.7,1,5. John Burke deceased

D.7.7.7,2, Constance Laura "Connie" MacLeod: Apr13,1924-deceased + Ivan MacArthur. In hockey, he was a good goaltender. He served our country in WWII and was at D-Day.

D.7.7.7,3. Joseph "Kaye" MacLeod Mar27,1927-May19,1972. Never married. Buried in People’s Cemetery, Charlottetown.

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D.7.7.8, LAURA STERING DARRACH Dec 2,1899 - May 28, 1976. She was a nurse, and graduated from the Falconwood Hospital School of Nursing, in 1924. With her sister, Verna, she later managed the Kirkwood Motel in Charlottetwon, and the Parkview Motel in Moncton, both owned by Capt. Carl Burke.

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D.7.7.9, MARJORIE GRACE NICHOLSON DARRACH Dec 13,1902 - Dec 19, 1982. + Preston McGougan Rodd Sep 23 1900 - Apr 26, 1980.

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D.7.7.10, VERNA DARRACH Nov 13,1906 - Mar 10,1995. She was a nurse. She graduated from the P.E.I. Hospital School of Nursing, in 1937. Prior to nursing she had taught 6 years in Bonshaw, DeSable, Hampton, and Brookfield. She did one year private nursing, then was the first nurse to be appointed Director of the Junior Red Cross, and worked with crippled children. In 1943 she enlisted in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. She was the first nurse to give penicillin in Debert, N.S..With the rank of Lieutenant, she served in WW II in England, France, Holland, and Germany. In 1946 she returned to the Red Cross in P.E.I. when the polio crisis developed. She worked at the Provincial Sanitorium, organized supplies across the island, and set up home nursing courses. She was Director of Nursing Services for P.E.I. from 1952-1958. She managed, with her sister Laura, the Parkview Motel in Moncton and the Kirkwood Motel in Charlottetown, both owned by Capt. Carl Burke. At age 62 she took a course in psychiatric nursing and worked at Hillsborough Hospital for fifteen months. She received the 1939-1945 Star, the France and Germany Star, War Medal 1939-1945, and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp. The Zonta Club named her an outstanding woman of P.E.I., and received a Certificate as an Honarary of the Nurse Alumnae.

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The "Duncan - Neill Angus - Peter" Line

D.7.8. Peter Archibald Darrach: Nov 18,1865 - Dec 26,1945. + Sophia Howsley 1875- 1952. Went to California in May 1885. He worked for one dollar a day as a ranch hand for a year, then rented 320 acres, and had a single plow and 3 horses. He built up to 2600 acres producing grain especially, and also contracted out a large harvester. His sister, Margaret (Darrach) Murchison followed him there. He drove all the way back to P.E.I. twice to see relatives, including his sister Belle, who had cancer. Buried in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, California..

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D.7.8.n. DONALD DARRACH Infant death.

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D.7.8.n, MABEL SOPHIE DARRACH + William Stephani. Sacromento, California. they had no children.

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D.7.8.n, CATHERINE DARRACH 1894-1981 + Donald Brown.

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D.7.8.n, FLORA "FLOSSIE" RUTH DARRACH 1897-1966 + Elmer Davis

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D.7.8.?. GEORGE "NEAL" DARRACH Jan24,1895-Jan12,1968 + Maud Caroline Reese June9,1902-Feb,198?, married on Apr 15,1923.

D.7.8.5.4. Ivan Neal Darrach Dec24,1927-Sept16,2001 + Elna "Irene" Belmont June22,1932- , married on Jan28,1951. He was born in Pleasant Grove, CA, and buried there. She was born in Steamboat Springs, CO

D.7.8.5.4.4. Munroe Darrach Feb8,1954-Jan29,2005 + Alice Whitlock. Married onAug4,2003 in East Nicolaus, California. He was born in Sacromento, California, and is buried in Pleasant Grove, California. they had no children.

D.7.8.5.5. Laurence Edward Darrach Apr1,1929-Apr29,2005 + Lucille Maria Boone Nov23,192?- , married on Nov15,1959. They had 1 child.

D.7.8.5.12.6. Jason Emil Darrach July19,1975-Oct13,1981

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D.8, Annie (Nancy) Darrach 1820 - Aug 5, 1862. + Capt. Hector Campbell 1817 - Apr 1, 1873, on Apr1,1841 in Clyde River. Lived in Crapaud. She died at age 42. He was born in Westmoreland Harbour, Lot 29, the son of Roderick Campbell and Mary McPhail. Roderick was born about 1777 in Ardnacross, K&K, Mull, Argylshire, Scotland (more info can be found in John Collin’s "The Campbell’s of DeSable" at www. islandregister. com) Both buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery. Their 9 children were John Campbell, Mary, Duncan, Donald, Margaret, James, Rorie, Neil, and Isabella.

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - John Campbell" Line Of Descent

D.8,1. John Campbell 1842-1873 + Sarah Campbell on Nov22,1866 in Maitland, N.S., Born in Westmoreland Harbour, Lot 29. Died in Boston, Mass.

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D.8,1.1, ANNIE CAMPBELL Aug,1868- + John Campbell Frude Mar24,1870- , on Oct,1892, in Boston. Both born in Maitland, Hants County, N.S.. They moved to Boston.

D.8,1.1,1, Harriet "Hattie" Margaret Frude May,1894-1920

D.8,1.1,2. John Campbell Jr. Frude Dec,1895- Born in Boston.

D.8,1.1,3. Edward J. Frude Jan,1897-

D.8,1.1,4, Margaret Sarah Frude 1902-

D.8,1.1,5, Evelyn L. Frude 1906-

D.8,1.1,6. Ernest H. Frude 1909-

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - Margaret Campbell" Line Of Descent

D.8,4, Margaret Campbell Jun15,1850-Feb1,1940 + Dr. Isidore Gallant Jul25,1851- Feb12,1930, in 1877. Born in Crapaud. Teacher. "She was unsurpassed in kindness and hospitality". He was the son of Ignace Gallant and Domithilde Buote, and was born in South Rustico.(see DD.8,9, below), the families of which both traced back to the Acadian sellers of the "Isle of St. Jean". He attended St. Dunstan’s: Dalhousie University and Pennsylvania, becoming the first Acadian of P.E.I. to enter the medical profession. They lived 2 years in Cardigan, Lot 53; 17 years in Rustico, Lot 24; 5 years in Boston, Mass.; and lastly in Bloomfield, Lot 5. He practised medicine for over 50 years. In addition to their seven biological children, they also had one adopted daughter, Mary, "who was her constant companion during her declining years. Both buried Bloomfield Catholic Cemetery.

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D.8,4,1, MATHILDA A. "ANNIE" GALLANT 1878-1948 + Benjamin Gallant Jun11,1871-1921, on July2,1901. He was born in Bloomfield and died in Summerside. He was an MLA, a successful retail merchant, and proprieter of brick manufacturing in Bloomfield Station. She was an invalid for the last 15 years of her life, possibly arthritis, and used hot baths as a relief for pain. She had lived in Summerside, then may have moved to Boston to be with one of her children, but in 1940, at her mother’s death she was of Charlottetown.

D.8,4,1,1, Gertrude Gallant 1903-1961 + Dr. Jean T. Croteau 1903- , in 1925. He was born in Indiana, U.S.A., and died in Summerside, P.E.I..

D.8,4,1,2, Isidora Gallant 1905- + Dr. Linus Smith 1905- , in about 1927. He was from Kinkora. She died in Charlottetown.

D.8,4,1,3. Ferdinand Gallant 1907- + Laura Catherine Campbell Apr25,1905, in about 1929. She was from Boston. He died in Dartmouth, N.S..

D.8,4,1,4. Louis Gallant 1909- + O’Halloran? about 1931, in Charlottetown. She was born in Charlottetown. He died in Ottawa, Ont..

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D.8,4,2, JOSEPHINE GALLANT 1879-after 1940 + Dr. Francis C. McGrath 1879-Nov4,1939, in 1902. She was born in Rustico, and he was born in Tignish. They died in Newcastle, New Brunswick.

D.8,4,2,1. Raymond McGrath about 1906

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D.8,4,3. WALLACE "WALLY" GALLANT 1880-after 1940 + MacDonald . He was born in Rustico, Lot 24. She was from Nova Scotia. Contractor in Summerside. He died in Montreal.

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D.8,4,4. FERDINAND GALLANT 1881- + May Flanagan about 1881- , in Boston. He was born in Rustico and died in Randolph, Mass. She was born in Cork, Ireland. While living in Boston they spent the summer of 1927 on P.E.I. with his parents.

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D.8,4,5. PIUS "AENEAS" GALLANT Feb1,1883-Nov10,1971 + Lillian May MacAusland Nov4,1920-Nov20,2000, on Nov24,1941, in Bloomfield. . He was born in Rustico and she in Bloomfield.. He was a druggist. He was a Liberal MLA for the first district of Prince County, from 1931-1943. From 1943-1954 he was the supervisor at Falconwood Hospital. At one of the closing celebrations of the house he did a step dance in front of the Speaker’s Throne His mother lived with them when widowed. He died in Bloomfield.

D.8,4,5.1.1. Michael Theresa Gallant Nov21,1962-1993. Born in Weston, Ontario, and died in Brampton, Ontario.

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D.8,4,6. RAYMOND CAMILLUS GALLANT 1884-Nov17,1974 + Annie Jane Callaghan1895-Apr28,1988, in 1918, in St. Marks RC Parish Church. Lot 7. He was born in Rustico and she in Ebbsfleet (Prince County, P.E.I..). Merchant and undertaker. They died in Boston.

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D.8,4,7, HELENE GALLANT 1886- + Joseph A. Kelly about 1890, married in about 1915, in Bloomfield. She was born in Rustico, Lot 24. Both died in Charlottetown.

D.8,4,7,1, Francis Kelly about 1920- . Died in Toronto, Ont..

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - James Campbell" Line Of Descent

D.8,5. James Hector Campbell Nov12,1854-Apr16,1933 + Elmira Jane Cousins Dec17,1857-Jul18,1930 from Canso, N.S., on Sept22,1885, in Boston. They lived in Hingham, Mass., and in 1905 (the year that Alberta joined Confederation), James and son Roy, then aged 12, arrived first in Edmonton. A book on the family’s history by their grandson, Roy Hector Campbell, "Looking Back: A Story Of Our Families And Times, 1905-1995", would indicate that the move was related to the climate, as their son, Roy Bertram Campbell, had bout of malaria, which did not recur after they moved to Canada. When the others arrived in early winter, at the Strathcona C.P. railway station, one of the first things they wanted to know was an explanation of the moccasins on their feet. He was a carpenter and a farmer. Free Church of Scotland. Both buried at the Riverside cemetery, Vegreville, Alberta.

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D.8,5.1. CHESTER "WALDO" CAMPBELL Jan30,1887-Nov20,1961 + Mildred Gray Jul18,1895-Apr25,1988, on Jun29,1921. Born in Hingham, Mass.. He served in World War I in the Canadian Army overseas. On his return, he bought a quarter section in Vegreville, Alberta, next to his brother Roy. Both died in Summerland, B.C..

D.8,5.1.2, Daphine Mercy Campbell Oct22,1923-Oct14,1945 Born in Vegreville, Alberta

D.8,5.1,3. Sidney Irving Campbell Jul24,1927-Aug28,1999 + Marion Laverne Fleming Oct1,1925- , on Oct24,1947, in Oliver, B.C.. He was born in Vegreville, Alberta, and died in Kelowna, B.C.. He later married Margaret MacPhee Richardson on Dec21,1971, in Vancouver. She was born Mar27,1924, in Newcastle, England.

D.8,5.1,4, Ethel Lorraine Campbell Nov4,1931-1998 + Donald Lavern Day Mar29,1927- , on Nov17,1951, in Oliver, B.C.. She was born in Vegreville, Alberta. He was born in Leavenworth, Washington. She later married George William Taber, on May11,1970, in Colville, Washington. He was born Jul18,1932, in Jonesborough, Arkansas.

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D.8,5.2. WALTER L. CAMPBELL Jun3,1888- died in infancy. Buried in Hingham, Mass.

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D.8,5.3, DAPHNE CAMPBELL Dec18,1889- died in infancy. Buried in Mass.

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D.8,5.4. OLIVER MILES CAMPBELL Nov10,1891-Jan24,1976 + Mary Jane Burke Nov9,1891-May19,1961, on Nov24,1919. He was born in Hingham, Mass.. She was born in Lower Campsie, Faughanvale, Eglinton, Northern Ireland. He moved to Vegreville, Alberta, in the 1920's next to his brothers, Roy and Waldo. Both died in Vegreville, Alberta, and are buried there at the Riverside Cemetery.

D.8,5.4.1. Walter Bertram Campbell Aug12,1921- Sept21,1987. He was born in Ardrossan, Alberta. Buried at Riverside Cemetery, Vegreville, Alberta.

D.8,5.4.3. Ernest "Ernie" Oliver Campbell Mar21,1928-Jun14,1971 + Myrtle Jessie McGowan Jan11,1929-Feb19,2003, on Jun19,1951, in the United Church in Vegreville, Alberta. Born in Vegreville. Died age 43 when the truck he was riding drove into a ditch two miles south of Two Hills. She was the daughter of Chester McGowan and Pearl Emery.She was from Hairy Hill, a small town just a few miles north of Vegreville, Alberta. She worked as a telephone operator for Alberta Government Telephones prior to her marriage. She died aged 74, from cancer, in Edmonton. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Vegreville.

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D.8,5.5. ROY BERTRAM CAMPBELL Oct10,1893-Nov28,1970 + Kathleen Marjorie Sanford Mar23,1896-Oct16, 1981, on Dec13,1919. He was born in Hingham, Mass.. She was born in London. He had bouts of malaria, which is likely why his parents moved to Alberta (he never had them again, after moving there). He worked as a bellhop at two hotels (the King Edward on 101st St. and The Alberta on 97th St. - neither of which is there now). He liked to trap muskrats during the winter, and may have first gained the attention of Kathleen when "he aroused the ire of her Dad by venturing onto the lake which adjoined the Sanford Property in pursuit of his hobby". Their courtship blossomed during World War I, and he bought a quarter section farm north of Vegreville (60 miles east of Edmonton on the Yellowhead Route to Saskatchewan)in 1919. Buried in Glenwood Memorial Gardens, Edmonton, Alberta.

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D.8,5.6. MALBON HECTOR CAMPBELL Nov24,1895- 1982 + Lydia Elina Johnson Feb19,1899- Jul21,1980, on Jun20,1923. He was born in Hingham, Plymouth County, Mass..She was born in Sweden, the daughter of Nils and Hilda Johnson. They married in Chicago, Illinois. He drove his big Hudson car from Chicago, where he had been working, and rented a district farm in Vegreville, Alberta, next to his three brothers. He died in Vegreville and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery.

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - Rorie Campbell" Line Of Descent

D.8,6. Roderick "Rorie" Campbell Oct18,1855-Feb20,1921 + Euphemia "Effie" Darrach Sept20,1860-Jul30,1918, on Oct20,1882, in Zion Presbyterian Church. He was born in Crapaud. She was the daughter of Archibald Darrach (of the "1819" Neil Darrachs) and Margaret Currie, from Nine Mile Creek. Buried in Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.8,6.1, ANNIE HILLARD CAMPBELL Jan24,1880-Aug5,1961 + John Joseph Beck Dec19,1877-Apr19,1953, on Aug1,1901, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Charlottetown. She was born in Big Point, Lot 65. He was the son of Benjamin Beck and Mary MacLean, and was born in White Sands, P.E.I.. Both buried at the Murray River Cemetery.

D.8,6.1.1, Mary Lillian Beck Jan6,1902-Nov9,1982 + Samuel Zerniko -Sept18,1998.

D.8,6.1.2, Olive Euphemia Beck Oct7,1903-Oct15,1960

D.8,6.1.3, Katherine Elizabeth Beck Oct18,1905-Jun17,1995 + Lewis Addison Ryder. She was born in Murray River, P.E.I., and died in Glen Falls, N.Y..

D.8,6.1.3,1, Mary Anne Ryder Nov14,1945-Jan16,2000 + Robert Edward Mullady. Born in N.Y., and died in Alaska.

D.8,6.1.5, Vivian Belle Beck Oct28,1909-Aug4,1989 + James B. Jenkins July10,1909- , on Apr10.1926, in Charlottetown. She was born in Murray River and died in Summerside. He was born in Greek River, P.E.I..

D.8,6.1.6. Benjamin J. Beck Mar8,1912-Oct13,1970 + Florence Jenkins Jan26,1919- Nov2,1977. Both died in Summerside.

D.8,6.1.7, Constance "Connie" Beck Feb10,1914-Jul24,1985 + Frederick Maurice Brooks Jun13,1914- , on Jan2,1935. He was from White Sands. She was born in Murray River and died in Bristol, P.E.I..

D.8,6.1.10, Elsie Sarah Beck Aug30,1920-Dec14,1992 + Harry MacKay -Jun15,1993 in Murray River. Later married Charles Jay.

D.8,6.1.11, Jennie Harriet Beck Apr9,1923-May13,1985 + Martin MacPherson May19,1921- She was born in Murray River, and died in Burnaby, B.C..

D.8,6.1.11,3, Shirley Viola MacPherson Feb20,1950-Sept10-2001 + Kenneth Saunders , on Dec9,1972. She died in B.C..

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D.8,6.2, MARGARET "MAGGIE" LILLIAN CAMPBELL Aug24,1883 + Charles Wesley Davison 1883-1957, on Sept22,1909. She was born in Nine Mile Creek. He was born in Isaac’s Harbour, N.S., and died in Schumaker, Ontario.

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D.8,6.3. JOHN DARRACH CAMPBELL Apr8,1886-Sept30,1916. He was born in Nine Mile Creek. He died in World War I, and was buried in Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.

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D.8,6.4. HECTOR CAMPBELL Nov26,1887-1963 + Selina Elizabeth Harrington Jul28,1893- Jan8,1979, on Aug17,1916. Born in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65. Both buried in New Dominion Presbyterian Cemetery.

D.8,6.4.2. Elmer Roy Campbell May26,1919-Aug7,1973 + Annie Lousie Currie Dec11,1927- Jan28,1990. Nine Mile Creek. New Dominion Cemetery.

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D.8,6.5. HENRY "HARRY" CAMPBELL Jul30,1890-Dec11,1958 + Helen White Sep21,1917-Oct11,1995, in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. He had previously married Katie Mytle Rogerson July12,1900- died before 1935, on July19,1919. She was born in Canoe Cove. He and Helen died in Wawa, Ontario.

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D.8,6.6. SYDNEY MAYTHORN CAMPBELL Nov17,1893-Dec3,1957 + Edna Elizabeth White Jan15,1919- , on Jan8,1940. He had previously married Jane Isabelle (Janie Belle) MacEachern Dec10,1899-Jan15,1922, who died at the age of 22. She was from Nine Mile Creek and was buried in Canoe Cove Cemetery. He was buried in Wawa, Ontario.

D.8,6.6.1, Margaret "Peggy" Elizabeth Campbell Sep30,1940-Apr12,1989

D.8,6.6.2, Selma Evelyn Euphemia Campbell Dec12,1942-Jul28,1998. Born In Wawa, Ontario.

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D.8,6.7. WILMER "BILLIE" ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL Feb5,1896-Feb15,1963 + Ruth Gladys MacRae Jul16,1900-Jun10,1960, on Sep11,1918. He was born in Nine Mile Creek and she in Canoe cove.

D.8,6.7.1, Emma Jean Campbell 1923-1993.

D.8,6.7.2. John Richard Campbell 1925-1944

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D.8,6.8. PERCY CAMPBELL Oct30,1898-

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D.8,6.9, JANET "JEN" BERNICE CAMPBELL Dec20,1900-Nov18,1974 + William "Bill" Keizer Sept1898-Aug18,1973, on Mar 1,1923 in Cobalt, Ontario. He was born in Peggy’s Cove N.S.. Both died in Kirkland Lake, Ontario.

D.8,6.9,1.1, Tracy Keizer Feb20,1960-July7,1996 + Hazim , in July1987, in Toronto. He was born in Iraq.

D.8,6.9,2, Shirley Eileen Keizer Jun16,1924-Mar28,1999 + William Frost McDonald Apr6,1914-Oct1957, in Oct 1953, in Iroquois Falls, Ontario. She was born in Cobalt, Ontario, and died in Kirkland Lake. He was born in Tillsonburg, Ontario. He is buried with his parents and grandparents in the Tillsonburg Cemetery.

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D.8,6.10. EARL CAMPBELL 1902-1969 + Carrie Bond. Born in Nine Mile Creek, died in Kamloops, B.C..

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - Neil Campbell" Line Of Descent

D.8,7. Neil Campbell Jan15,1857-Sept25,1934 + (A) Margaret McEachern Jul7,1854- Jul27,1887. He was born in Crapaud, and she was born in Rice Point, Lot 65.. He was Christened on Apr19,1857 in DeSable Parish, Free Church of Scotland. He later married (B) Catherine Ives Fraser Mar3,1864-1944 , married on Aug8,1889, in Trenton, N.S.. She was born in Fisher Grant (now Pictou Landing) in N.S.. Both are buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Pictou Landing, N.S..

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D.8,7A.1. NEIL HECTOR CAMPBELL Aug12,1884-died before 1934 + Florence Dixon.. He was born in Rice Point and died in Boston. She was born in Upper Stewiacke, N.S..

D.8,7A.1.1, Thelma Marguerite Campbell 1913-

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D.8,7A.2. WILLIAM CAMPBELL 1886-

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D.8,7B.3, STELLA CAMPBELL May18,1891-Sept22,1971 + George Brooks Dec6,1886, about 1910, in Robbinston, Maine. Both buried in Everett, Mass.

D.8,7B.3,1, Fanny Brooks Sep13,1911- + Carman Myatt Mar8,1905-Mar19,1972, on Nov25,1943. She was born in Robbinston, Maine. He was born in Oxford, N.S., and died in Somerville , Mass..

D.8,7B.3,2, Catharine Brooks Sept25,1914- Born in Trenton, N.S..

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D.8,7B.4, ANNA FRASER CAMPBELL Jul1,1893-May28,1974 + James John Ferguson Jun19,1881-Aug13,1956, on Sept27,1911. Both died in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, P.E.I..She had also married Reuban Dixon after 1956.

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D.8,7B.5, ISABELLA "BELLE" CAMPBELL 1894-1950 + Cameron Chisholm In Pictou County. Died in Pictou Count, N.S., and buried at the Hillside Cemetery.

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D.8,7B.6. LEWIS "LAWRENCE" ELMER CAMPBELL 1898-1960 + Pearl Margaret Allan May31,1899- , on Jun30,1928 in Little Harbour, N.S..She was born in Tatamagouche, N.S.. He was born and died in Pictou Landing N.S.. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

D.8,7B.6.1, Joan (or Jean) Campbell 1930-1930 . Infant death, in Pictou County, N.S..

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D.8,7B.7. JOHN CHARLES CAMPBELL Jun17,1907-Sept18,1983 + Mildred Campbell Strickland Jul14,1912-Sept1,1987, on Jun25, 1936. Born and died in Trenton, N.S.. Both buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

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The "Duncan - Annie (Nancy) - Isabella" Line Of Descent

D.8,8, Isabella "Belle" Ann Campbell Aug24,1860-Dec.1901 + Nicholas Gallant Jul24,1853-after 1930, on Nov28,1882, in Rustico. She was born in Crapaud, and christened Jan20,1861 in DeSable Parish, Free Church of Scotland. He was born in Rustico, the son of Ignace and Domithilde Gallant. She was two when her mother, Ann (Nancy) died, and she went to live with her aunt, Margaret, D.5, When she went to live at the home of her sister, Margaret, D.8,5, where she met Margaret’s husband’s brother, Nicholas.. Teacher. He was a tailor. They lived at various places on the island, including Rustico, Charlottetown, Rollo Bay, and Morel. By the terms of her father’s will, she was to receive part of a one-fifth share of the proceeds of the sale of the farm in Lot 9. She died in Morell, Lot 40.

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D.8,8,1, AGNES GALLANT 1883-at least 1975. Born in Rustico. A nun, doing mission work in such places as the Philippines and China.

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D.8,8,2, LUCY ALICE GALLANT Dec20,1884-Jun22,1982 + Matthew Patrick Connell Dec22,1886-Jun16,1960, on July8,1913, in Pictou. She was born in Charlottetown and he in Pictou. Her father was a tailor, and she sewed her own clothes. She lived to the age of 97, and was "an amazing lady, neat and tidy as a pin, with a great sense of humor". He was a tailor. Both lived and died in Pictou, N.S..

D.8,8,2,2. Maurice Alphonsus Connell 1918-1923 in Pictou, N.S.. Died at age 6.

D.8,8,2,4, Helen Gertrude Connell Apr 1923-1923. Infant death in Pictou, N.S..

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D.8,8,3, ANNIE LAURETTA GALLANT Oct4,1886-calculated 1913 + Curry She was born in Rollo Bay, Lot 44, P.E.I., and died in Stellarton, N.S.., at the age of 27.

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D.8,8,4, GEORGINA "GEORGIE" GALLANT Feb,1888- + Wilfred Landry, in 1909. She was born in Rollo Bay, Lot 44. He was born in Pictou County. Both died in Pictou, N.S..

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D.8,8,5, MARY GALLANT 1890-1897. Born and died in Morell. Lot 40, at the age of 7..

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D.8,8,6. ALPHONSUS "FONCE" GALLANT Jan19,1892-1928 + Rachel -Dec22,1972, in Sudbury, Ontario. He was born in Morell. She was born in Coniston, Ont. He worked on the railroad. He died in Sudbury.

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D.8,8,7, LORETTA GALLANT 1895- She was born in Morell, Lot 40, and died in Boston., Mass.

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D.8,8,8, HILDA GALLANT Sept4,1898-June2,1992. She was born in Morell. She was a teacher before entering the Roman Catholic Order of the Good Shepherd in 1921 - Sister Benigna. Her first mission was as a teacher in Sri Lanka. she spent war years in the jungles of Burma, and later would enthral others with endless stories of those difficult years. She had a great love of life and adventure, and a sense of humor. She went to India, and then spent 20 years in Malaysia, and then, at 80, she went to Macau.

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D.8,8,9. ALBERT "ALBAN" GALLANT Dec13,1901-1956 + Mary MacCormick, in 1926 She was from Pictou County. He was born in Morell, Lot 40, and died in Pictou County, N.S..

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D.9, Catherine "Kitty" Darrach 1823 - Sept12,1897. + Archibald Campbell 1819- Aug16,1901, on Mar23,1848 by Rev. Rand, in the Clyde River Baptist Church. She was born in "Dog" River, which is the Clyde River. He came from Crapaud. He farmed with his father in DeSable, Lot 29, until after 1868. Then he leased the farm in Brae, Lot 9, previously occupied by Wm. Moreshead, from Charlotte A. Sullivan, the proprietress. He later purchased the property, possibly after the Canadian government action took control of the P.E.I. lands from the original London landowners and their heirs, in 1875. The farm was 90 acres on the west bank of the Brae River, and he also had 38 acres behind the farms of his neighbours. He was a prosperous farmer. The barn he built still stands today. He was Postmaster in Brae. Both buried in Church of Scotland Cemetery, Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I.. Their 8 children were Duncan, Isabel, Colin, Angus, Mary, Margaret, Flora, and John. Angus inherited the farm.

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The "Duncan - Catherine - Duncan Campbell" Line

D.9,1. Duncan Campbell Oct9,1850-Oct22,1925 + Mary MacLean 1850–Mar20,1913 of the "Mill MacLeans". He was born in Appin Road, then had a shore-front farm in Milo, Lot 9. Also a cooper. She was born in Belmont, P.E.I., the daughter of John A. and Flora MacLean. Buried in Church of Scotland Cemetery, Milo.

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D.9,1.1. ALEXANDER "COLIN" CAMPBELL Sept23, 1877- + Sarah McNevin. Born in Brae, Lot 9. .

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D.9,1.2. JOHN CAMPBELL Feb28, 1879- Milo, Lot 9.

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D.9,1.3, LILLIAN CAMPBELL Feb27, 1882- + Frank McLellan

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D.9,1.4, FLORENCE "ETHEL" CAMPBELL Nov5, 1883-

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D.9.1.5, NINA MABEL CAMPBELL Apr16, 1885- + Thomas Boyce

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D.9,1.6. RANKIN CAMPBELL May28, 1887-Mar18,1969 + Janie MacEachern 1890-after 1975, on Dec15, 1913.Both buried in the Brae Presbyterian Cemetery.

D.9,1.6.1, Mary Lillian Campbell Oct30,1914-Apr9,1998 + Grover Cleveland MacDonald July16,1913-July26,1991, on Nov21,1934. Both born in Milo, P.E.I... She died Prince County Hospital. He buried Milo Cemetery.

D.9,1.6.1,8. Norman Cecil MacDonald Set19,1947-May17,1957. Buried in Milo Cemetery.

D.9,1.6.2. Preston Duncan Campbell May25,1920-Mar8,1945. Born in Brae, Lot 9. Died in World War II.

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D.9,1.7, LOTTIE RUTH CAMPBELL Feb15, 1889-Nov7,1907 Milo, Lot 9. Buried in Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Milo.

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D.9,1.8. GORDON CAMPBELL June14 or 19, 1892-Sept28,1975 + Margaret "Maggie" Ann MacLean Aug30,1891-Jun28,1987, on Nov19,1913, in Summerside. He was born in Brae Shore and christened Sept14,1896 in Coleman, Lot 9. He was a farmer near Milo. Free Church of Scotland. She was born in Milo. He died in Charlottetown. Both buried in the Church of Scotland Cemetery, Milo, P.E.I..

D.9,1.8.6. Norman Leslie Campbell Apr4,1923-Nov2,2004 + Annie Laurie MacIsaac Lived in Milo. Great sense of humor, and story teller.

D.9,1.8.7. John "Duncan" Campbell Dec4,1924-1979 + Verbena Fulton Ontario.

D.9,1.8.9. Scott Campbell -1994.

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The "Duncan - Catherine - Isabel Campbell" Line

D.9,2, Isabel Campbell Jan20,1854-1939 + David MacLean Apr15,1851-May13,1920 of the "Mill MacLean" family. She was born in Crapaud, and christened in Brae, Lot 9. He was born in Brae. They bought 55 acres on the McAlder Road, and later another 55 acres. He was a farmer and a carpenter. Buried in Brae Presbyterian Cemetery.

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D.9,2,1. ARCHIBALD MacLEAN1876-1959. Born in Brae, Lot 9. Did not marry. Buried in Brae Presbyterian Cemetery, Lot 9.

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D.9.2,2. ALEXANDER MacLEAN 1878 + Margaret Croply of Lot 8. Lived in Berlin, New Hampshire.

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D.9.2,3. CLIFFORD S. MacLEAN 1884-1965. Born in Brae. Lived in the U.S.A.. Buried in Brae Presbyterian Cemetery, Lot 9.

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D.9.2,4. STEWART MacLEAN + Lena MacEachern, daughter of Walter and Sarah MacEachern. Lived in Brae, P.E.I., then U.S.A..

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D.9,2,5, KATHERINE "KATIE" MacLEAN -1953 + Henry Ahern. Born in Brae. Lived in the U.S.A.. May have died in a tornado.

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D.9,2,6, MAUDE MacLEAN + John Long. Born in Brae, Lot 9. Lived in the U.S.A..

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D.9,2,7, BERTHA MacLEAN Born in Brae, Lot 9. Lived in the U.S.A.. Did not marry.

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D.9,2,8. SPURGEON MacLEAN + Rebecca Howard. She was the daughter of Michael Howard and Mary Nolan.

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The "Duncan - Catherine - Colin Campbell" Line

D.9,3. Colin Campbell Apr26,1856-Jan7,1930 + Nellie Callahan. He was born in DeSable, Lot 29. She was from Norton, Mass. They lived in Hingham, Mass.

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D.9,3.1. ERNEST CAMPBELL Jan27, 1896- Born in Hersey St., Hingham, Plymouth County, Mass.

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D.9,3.2. ELLIOT CAMPBELL Mar27,1898- Hingham, Mass.

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D.9,3.3. LESLIE CAMPBELL Jun5,1899- Hingham, Mass.

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The "Duncan - Catherine - Angus Campbell" Line

D.9,4. Angus Campbell Oct24,1858-Jul27,1916 + Elizabeth Ann MacNevin Apr3,1875- Aug25,1945. He was born in Crapaud, Lot 29 and christened on Sept11,1859 in DeSable Parish, Free Church of Scotland. She was born in Milo. He inherited the family farm in Brae, Lot 9.. He, too, was a prosperous farmer and postmaster. Died suddenly at age 56. He died of a heart attack while sitting at the breakfast table Buried in Kirk Cemetery, Milo, Lot 9.

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D.9,4.1, MARGARET "MAGGIE" CAMPBELL Oct2,1894-Dec12,1899. Born in Brae, Lot 9. Died at age 5. Buried in Milo Cemetery, Lot 9.

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D.9,4.2, FLORENCE "FLORA" CAMPBELL Jan24, 1896-Oct10,1990 + David Christopher MacQueen -Jan27,1980, on Aug22,1917. She was born in Milo, Lot 9. She was the first pupil from Brae to be a teacher. He was a police officer, and came from Wood Islands, P.E.I... Died and buried in Vancouver, B.C..

D.9,4.2,2, Mae MacQueen Apr18,1920-Aug9,2000

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D.9,4.3. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL Jun27,1902-Mar6,1984 + Thelma Lillian Gunness Jan11,1919-Oct13,1983, on Feb24,1956, in Calgary. Born in Brae, Lot 9. He married when he was he was 53, and she was 37. Worked with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as a train engineer. Died in Calgary, Alberta. She was born in Lashburn, Saskatchewan. Both buried in Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Calgary.

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D.9,4.4, HELEN JANE CAMPBELL Mar19,1905-Oct10,1998 + Neil MacLean June11,1890- Feb5,1973. Teacher. Went to P.W.C. with second cousins, Marjorie (D.7.7.9,) and Verna Darrach (D.7.7.10,) and lived at their home in New Haven in Easter 1924. Bryant and Stratton School in Boston, and became a secretary. He was a carpenter, and they returned from the U.S.A. to retire on the Campbell homestead in Brae, in 1963. They had no children. He had 2 daughters from a previous marriage, Rena and Kathleen.. She had the old Gaelic Bible of D. Duncan Darrach, and passed it on to D,9,1.8.1, Ruth Herlihy.

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D.9,4.5. CHARLES CALVIN CAMPBELL Feb20,1907-Jun8,1989. Farmed the home farm before moved to the U.S.A.. Handicapped. Also worked in the woods in New Brunswick. No children. Moved to Charlottetown to retire. Buried in Milo Cemetery.

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D.9,4.6, MILDRED "MILLIE" MAY CAMPBELL Jun27,1909- + Allan MacLennan Apr5,1901-Mar, 1975, on Sep8,1939, in Somerville, Mass.. She was born in Milo. He was from O’Leary. She graduated Union Commercial College and became a secretary in Rochester, New York.

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D.9,4.7. JOHN EARL CAMPBELL Oct31-Mar26,1954. He was handicapped. Born and died in Milo, Lot 9. Buried in Milo Cemetery.

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D.9,4.8, PEARL GLADYS CAMPBELL Nov27,1913-July12,1994. Born in Brae, Lot 9. Office employee in Rochester, N.Y.. Buried in Grove Place Cemetery, Rochester, NY. Never married.

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D.9,4.9. ANGUS CAMPBELL May13,1916-May17,2001. Lived in Charlottetown, too. Buried in Milo Cemetery

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The "Duncan - Catherine - Mary Campbell" Line

D.9,5, Mary Campbell Jun20,1861- + William D. Milligan 1853-1946 of Lower Brae. She was born in Melville, Lot 29. Lived in Beaton Road, Lot 9.

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D.9,5,n. JAMES MILLIGAN Born in Beaton Road, Lot 9.

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D.9,5,n, TAMAR MILLIGAN Dec24,1891-Nov18,1958 + Daniel McNevin 1885-1943, in 1918. Born in Beaton Road, Lot 9. Both buried in the Milo Free Church of Scotland Cemetery.

D.9,5,n,n, Katherine Irene McNevin 1919-1993

D.9,5,n,n. Neil Harvey McNevin 1921-1974.

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D.9,5,n, KATHERINE "KIT" MILLIGAN 1893-1921 + John Andrew MacLean May14,1895- She was born in Beaton Road and he in Brae, both in Lot 9. Buried in Free Church of Scotland Cemetery in Milo, Lot 9.

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D.9,5,n. CURTIS MILLIGAN ?1900-Jun22,1965 + Lillian Allar. Buried in Milo Cemetery.

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D.9,5,n, ADELIA "DELLA" MILLIGAN + Otis MacNeil She was born in Beaton Road, Lot 9. He was born in West Devon, Lot 10.

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D.9,5,n. PERCY MILLIGAN

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D.9,5,n. WALDO "WALDIE" MILLIGAN -Jan16,1970

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D.9,6, Margaret "Peggy" Campbell Aug6,1864 (a twin)-1945. Lived many years in the U.S.A. Before returning to Brae to live with her sister Isabel. Never married. Buried in Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Milo, Lot 9, P.E.I.

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D.9,7, Flora Campbell Aug6,1864 (a twin)-1934 + John Stewart 1861-1937. Born in DeSable, Lot 29. Lived in Brae, near Mill Road. Had a store- keeping business, but also farmed, and sold fruit trees. Moved to Percival Island, farmed, and sold quahogs and clams.

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D.9,7,1, KATHERINE STEWART + Gordon Wallace 1898-1968. Both were born in Lot 9. Lived in U.S.A... Died in Brockton, Mass.

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D.9,7,2, MARGARET "MAGGIE" STEWART + ? Carr. Charlottetown.

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D.9,7,3, ESTELLE STEWART Secretary. Boston. Died before 1927.

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D.9,7,4, RUBY STEWART Lived in the U.S.A..

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D.9,8. John Archibald Campbell Jun30,1867- + Margaret Gray ?1868- of Coleman. Lived in Dedham, Mass. Born in DeSable, Lot 29. 2 kids.

 

 

THE DESCENDANTS OF MALCOLM DARRACH

M. Malcolm Darrach 1786-Jan26,1864. + Janet (Jennie) Shaw 1782- Apr15,1859 ‘of Covehead’ on Mar11,1811 by James Curtis. Lot 34. Carpenter. She was the daughter of Malcolm Shaw and Margaret Murphy

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M.1, Sarah Darrach 1811- + John Bell 1802-Apr13,1873, on Feb 13,1838. Lot 14, Grand River. He emigrated on the ship ‘Spencer’ with his parents John and Marion Grace (McCannel) Bell. The 1880 Atlas shows two separate parcels of land registered to the heirs of John Bell, Lot 14, where they moved to.

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M.1,1. Neil Bell Moved to Texas.

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M.1,2. Malcolm Bell Living in New Zealand in 1873.

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M.1,3. Angus Bell

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M.1,4, Jeanette Bell Remained at home.

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M.1,5, Kate Bell Moved to Amherst, Nova Scotia

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M.1,6. Alexander Bell

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M.2, Mary Darrach 1815-Feb26,1859 + Alexander McFarlane Nov13,1805-Aug26, 1897, on Feb5,1841, in Covehead. Buried North Bedeque cemetery.

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M.2,1. Donald MacFarlane 1842- Sep 3,1856

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M.2,2. Malcolm MacFarlane. To Denver. Never married.

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M.2,3. William A. MacFarlane 1846-Sep16,1892. Died of typhoid fever. Never married

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M.2,4, Jane MacFarlane + ? MacFarlane. No children.

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M.2,5. John MacFarlane 1848-Feb3,1929 + Eliza Clark 1854-1916. He ran a statecoach from Cape Travers to Charlottetown. 1881 census says he was a farmer. Presbyterian. One son. One daughter.

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M.2,6, Mary Ann MacFarlane 1850-Apr14,1865. Died of scarlet fever.

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M.3. John Darrach Apr24,1817-Oct27,1897 + Elizabeth Semple Nov26,1826-Sept13,1876, married on Feb18,1847. He was born in Covehead, Lot34. She was the daughter of James Semple and Mary Inglis. He bought 87.5 acres in New Glasgow, P.E.I., and sold it to Elizabeth’s father, William Semple, who sold it to the Stevenson family. He was contracted to build the brig, the "Pakeha, for Thomas Williams of New Zealand. They moved to New Zealand, sailing on the 173 ton brig, by the Cape of Good Hope, arriving at Auckland, New Zealand, on May26,1864. For the family’s passage on the "Pakeha" he paid 132 pounds, 100 pints of milk, 5 pound, 14 pound for 1 ton bag ghee and bundles. He took other families (such as the Hon. George Samuel Whitehorse Bagnall) to New Zealand. They may have left because the diminishing immigrations to P.E.I. may have reduced the need for shipbuilding, and/or Elizabeth’s health was failing in the cold winters. He wrote back in 1870 from Roubank, Wakland, N.Z., re. a 230 acre farm that was similar to the MacLaughlins in Covehead. They settled at Matakana Heads, not far from the Darrochs at Mahurangi. Presbyterian. He built eighteen brigantines and schooners besides smaller vessels. Later he was a farmer. He and his sons became well-known shipbuilders in the Mahurangi area north of Auckland. Burial Presbyterian Cemetery, Mahurangi East. Their 9 children were Malcolm, James, William, Duncan, John, Elizabeth, Jenny, Alexander, and Sarah.

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The "Malcolm - John - Malcolm" Line

M.3.1. Malcolm Shaw Darrach Dec61848-1911 + Jessie McGregor Marshall c.1853- Nov28,1905, married in 1873, in Auckland, New Zealand. He was born in New Glasgow, P.E.I.. He died Melrose, Lachlan Shire, NSW, Australia.

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M.3.1.1. SYDNEY HAROLD DARRACH Dec8,1873-Nov11,1956 + Elizabeth Jane Lawrie May27,1876-1921, married in 1899, in New Zealand. He was born in New Zealand and she in Mahurangi, New Zealand. Both burial Waikumete Crematorium and Cemetery, NZ..

M.3.1.1.1. Keith Roy Lawrie Darrach July20,1900-Aug3,1977 + Lily Hosking c.1897- Dec19,1984, married in 1926, in NZ. He was born in NZ and died in Herne Bay, Auckland, NZ. Both buried Waikumeter Crematorium and Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.1.1.1.2. Malcolm Darrach c.1933-Oct3,2003 + Elsie Mahala Hallam, married 1941, in NZ. Born in New Zealand. Burial Waikumete Crematorium and Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.1.2. NORMAN ANGUS DARRACH c.1875-Mar28,1961 + Jean McRae Inglis, married 1930, Burwood, NSW, Australia.

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M.3.1.3, ETHEL ELIZABETH SHAW DARRACH Sept29,1877-Sept29,1958+ Cecil Robert Freith Soden -c.1920, married in 1911, NZ.

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M.3.1.4. RONALD RICHARD JOHN DARRACH Dec27,1878-Apr25,1967 + Marion McGregor Simpson Mar21,1883-Apr19,1963, married in1902, in New Zealand. He was born in New Zealand and died in Auckland, New Zealand. She was born in Scotland and died in Auckland, New Zealand. Burial Waikumete Crematorium and Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.1.4.1, Thelma Zoe Darrach Feb23,1903-1986 + Harold Edward Strickett Aug23,1903- Nov5,1993, married 1929, in NZ. Born in New Zealand. Both were cremated at Purewa Crem, NZ..

M.3.1.4.2, Ena Jessie Darrach + Thomas Leslie Averill -c.1985, married in 1926, in NZ.. Born in New Zealand.

M.3.1.4.3, Vera Leona Darrach 1908-c.1986 + Harold Johnston , married 1935, in NZ.

M.3.1.4.4, Ethel Eleonar Darrach 1911-Sept27,2002 + Emil Atkinson Duncan c.1910- July18,1996. She was born in Auckland, New Zealand and died in Hamilton, NZ. Burial for both at Hamilton Park Crematorium, NZ.

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The "Malcolm - John - James" Line

M.3.2. James Semple Darrach Nov19,1850-Feb15, 1925 + Amelia Thayne 1865-1942, married on Feb28,1884, in Suva, Fiji. He was born in New Glasgow, P.E.I., Lot 23. The moved to New Zealand in 1864. With his father, and three brothers, they carried on a ship-building business. When his mother died they disposed of the business and left the farm to his father and three sisters. The brothers went to Fiji, in the 1880's, where they again entered into the shipbuilding business. While there he met Amelia, an Australian. In the late 1880's they moved to New Zealand. Finding the weather cold there, and with their family growing, they moved to Queensland, Australia in the 1890's. In 1898he had a canvas business, but a fire wiped ou the shop, and his partner absconded, then they moved to Winton. His shipbuilding skills helped him become a wheelwright. He was a member of the Masonic Order. Being strict Methodist, they did not patronize dances or the card evenings. He was a rather small man with a large mustache, and was very generous. Amelia was for a time President of the Women’s Temperance Union. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

M.3.2.1, ELIZABETH MARY DARRACH July13,1885-1977 + Patrick "Paddy" Augustine Leahy 1878-1939, married on Nov15,1916, in Queensland. She was born in Fiji, and raised in Queensland, Australia. She was a public school teacher. In those days of cobb n co and slow transport, there were more people who settled between towns, mail change Hotels, every 20 miles in what could be called the service industry. While teaching in Kirk Diggings, a small goldfield now completely obliterated, she met he husband. She lived in Charters Towers, near her husband’s family, then moved west to the copper fields near Cloncurry. Later, in her widowhood, she was governess on various remote stations. She died at age 92, in Australia. There was a stillborn child born between Lex and Jess.

M.3.2.1,2, Jessie "Jess" Amelia Leahy 1926-2001 + David Charles Stove Sept15,1927-Jun2,1994. She was born in Winton, Queensland, Australia. She received her BSc. from Sydney Univ. She was a biochemist, and worked in pathology labs in Sydney hospitals. He was born in Moree, NSW, and died in Mulgoa, NSW. He was a professor of philosophy at the University of Sydney until the age of 60. His books, such as "Popper and After: Four Modern Irrationalists"; "The Plato Cult and Other Philosophical Follies", and "Darwinian Fairytales" were of philosophical polemic. Roger Kimball said he was "a thinker of incandescent brilliance, astonishing depth, and side-splitting wit". He planted trees on his Mulgoa property, played cricket, and enjoyed baroque music, old books, and especially his family.

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M.3.2.2. JOHN "BEVAN" DARRACH 1887-1892 He died at age 5.

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M.3.2.3. DUNCAN WILLIAM DARRACH Dec19,1889-Apr21,1917. He was born Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. After school days ended, he went droving. He was kind, generous and very strong-minded. He was dark complected, with brown eyes, and was 5 feet, 5 Ѕ inches tall. His World War I service led to a 1914-1915 Star; a British War Medal; Victory Medal; and the Roll Of Honor, Australia. He was killed in action in France, at Bullecourt, at age 27. He was a Lance Corporal in the Australian Machine gun Corps. Buried in Villers Bretonneux Memorial, where he is commemorated, but he has no known grave. His name is engraved at the Memorial Cenotaph, Winton, and his mother, for the rest of her life, attended the dawn service at the Cenoptaph.

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M.3.2.4, LESLIE JANET DARRACH Nov27,1891-1936 + Frederick Graham Alley c.1883- May29,1961, married on Nov26,1913. She was born in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. She was a cook-housekeeper. She died in Australia at age 45.

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M.3.2.5, AMELIA LENORE "LENNIE" DARRACH Apr31,1894-1945 + William Edgar Whitbread -1945, married on Nov3,1912, in Queensland, Australia. She was born in Longreach, Queensland, Australia, and died in Australia.

M.3.2.5,3. James "Jim" Whitbread -1969 + Rebecca Jane Draper Jan10,1868- . He was born in Australia. He may have two other children from a second marriage.

M.3.2.5,4. Alexander "Alec"Ernest Whitbread -Mar,1976 + Alma ?. He was born, and died, in Australia. He may have had four children.

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M.3.2.6. ALEXANDER THANE DARRACH May25,1896-1965 + Ada "Jessie" Allen - Sept9,1932, married on Sept9,1932, in Queensland.. He was born in Longreach, Queensland, Australia, and died in Australia. He served in France, in WWI, as a stretcher bearer. He was awarded the Military Cross for bravery under severe shelling (three times, through the night, he went out in front of the line and brought in wounded).. He worked running mail in Boulia; had a store in Middleton; and was a driver in Winton. After his wife had died young, his mother-in-law help raise the three sons. After she died, they moved to Rockhampton, where he married again. His three sons followed him to Mackay, where he finally settled. He had four daughters by his second wife.

M.3.2.6.1. Neil Allen Darrach -1974. He initially worked in the railways as a fitter and turner, then shopkeeping, then had a fleet of taxis. He gained his flying licence about 1965, and was killed just before Christmas 1974, flying a plane to Brampton Island. He had one son and two step children.

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M.3.2.7. LIONEL DARRACH Mar15,1909-

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M.3.3. William Alexander Darrach Oct24,1853-Oct12,1939 + Ada Gertrude Mason July6,1865-July8,1959, married on Apr23,1890, in Devonport, Auckland, NZ. He was born in New Glasgow, P.E.I., moved with his family to New Zealand in 1864. Their honeymoon was a horseback ride from Devonport to ‘Rosebank’ Homestead Farm at Mahurangi, NZ. He was a farmer and shipwright. Both buried Pukapuka Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.3.1, AGNES GERTRUDE DARRACH June1891-July4,1984 + Llewelyn Mostyn Parry Dec15,1888-Oct26,1957, married on June6,1915, at ‘Rosebank, Mahurangi, NZ. At age 67, she married Thomas Bishton Turley (Sept27,1882-Nov20,1967), on Mar14,1959, in NZ. On her honeymoon to Llewelyn they went to Auckland by launch, stayed at Peoples Palace 2 nights and went to Waitomo Rotorua and Thames. It is her letter, sent to her first cousin Elizabeth (Darrach) Leahy, that mentions the family Bible that names our Darrach ancestors going back to John Darrach c.1580 (as noted in the introduction of this genealogy). Her hobby was artwork, sewing and all handcrafts. She was born in Devonport, NZ. She died from cancer of the pancreas. She and Llewelyn were buried in Pukpuka Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.3.1,1, Gwendoline Jean "Gwen"Parry Nov26,1916-Jan9,2001 + Cecil Arthur Malmo Jun14,1917-July20,1994, married on Apr26,1941, in Holy Trinity Church, Devonport, NZ.. She was born in Rawene, NZ, and was buried in Pukapuka Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.3.1,2, Gertrude "Rae" Parry Dec29,1919-Jun13,1950 + Thomas William "John" Copeland Mar2,1921- , married on July13,1946, in Presbyterian Church, Devonport. She was born in Devonport, Auckland, NZ. She died at age 30, from a brain hemorrhage. She was buried in Glenfield/Birkenhead Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.3.1,2,1,2, Sarah Talei Collins Aug7,1974-Aug15,2001. She was born in Fiji.

M.3.3.1,3. Alwyn Mostyn Parry Sept4,1924-Apr2,1936. He was born in Auckland, NZ, and died at age 13. Buried in Pukapuka Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.3.2. RALPH SEMPLE DARRACH Apr10,1893-Dec28,1917. He was born in Armidale, Devonport, Auckland, NZ. He was killed in action, in France, in World War I, at age 24. He received the British War Medal and Victory Medal. He is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial, Passchendale, Belgium.

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M.3.3.3. HUGH ALEXANDER DARRACH Mar29,1895-Apr11,1962 + Gladys May Jamieson June11,1904-Nov24,1980, married on Dec5,1923, in Mahurangi, NZ.. He was born in Mahurangi. He received a British Victory Medal as a trooper in World War I. He worked the family farm "Rosebank" until it was sold in 1925, when his parents, and sister, Olive, moved to Wairiki Road, Mt Eden. Then he worked for Parry Bros., gaining his Engineers ticket and worked on their boats until, after two heart attacks, he was no longer permitted to go to sea. Then he worked at Parry Bros. quarry at Wharekawa on the Thames coast as their maintenance engineer. Burial at Waikumete Crematorium and Cemetery, NZ..

M.3.3.3.2. Roy Thomas Darrach Jun18,1926-Mar6,1993 + Colleen Mary O’brien, married on Aug 25,1951, in NZ. He was a talented woodworker, and amongst his creations was a bowl for Queen Elizabeth for her first visit to New Zealand, in 1953.Buried in Waikumete Crematorium, NZ.

M.3.3.3.5. Garry Richard Darrach Apr28,1942-Dec9,1996 + (A) Pauline Jeanette Lowrie, then (B) Joan Skipper, in 1975.. Born in Auckland, New Zealand. Died at age 54 from a heart attack in a motor accident. He built homes around Auckland. Buried in Waikumete Crematorium and Cemetery.

M.3.3.3.6. Neil Clark Darrach July12,1944-died + Gaye Patricia Dunning Jan17,1945, married on July20th, 1963, in NZ. He died from leukemia. He lived on Great Barrier Island where he was a tour operator and crayfisherman. He built a houseboat moored at Great Barrier Island, NZ.

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M.3.3.4, OLIVE MABEL DARRACH Jun30,1897-Apr24,1987 . She was born in Mahurangi, New Zealand. Buried in Pukapuka Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.3.5, JEAN ELIZABETH DARRACH Sep22,1899-Jun26,1970 + William "Bill" Laurie Hollis Sep15,1890-Nov21,1980, married on Oct22,1924. She was born in Mahurangi They lived at Burwood Road, Matamata. He was the AA Agent, and she had a florist shop. They loved golf, and she had a Memorial Trophy named after her, which is presently still in use. She was passionate about photography. He was a member of Rotary. She died in Matamata, New Zealand. Buried in Purewa Crematorium, NZ.

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M.3.3.6. DUNCAN WILLIAM DARRACH May31,1903-Dec27,1903. Infant death. Born in New Zealand. Buried in O’Neals Cemetery, Bayswater, NZ.

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M.3.3.7. WILLIAM PHILLIP "PHIL" DARRACH Aug27,1905-July6,2003 + StellaWinifred Hill, married on July 17,1948. He was born in Mahurangi, New Zealand. His occupation was a builder. There was a reunion in NZ for the descendants of P.E.I. and "The Pakeha", held at the Ellerslie Racecourse, in 1984, and he was registered at that. Buried in Pukapuka Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.4. Duncan Darrach Sept4,1855– + Clara Horsley Feb23,?- , married on Oct1,1892, in Hilton Glen, Warworth, NZ.. He was born in New Glasgow, PE.I., and came to New Zealand in 1864 with his family. He was a shipwright, carpenter. They resided in Westport, NZ. They both died in NZ.

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M.3.4.1, DOROTHY HELEN DARRACH July20,1893-Feb9,1981 + Robert Bella Mcbeath Miller May23,1892-Sept26,1985, married on Nov14,1918, in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Westport, NZ. She was born in Westport, NZ, and died in Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Green Island Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.4.1,1, Patricia Mcbeath MillerNov4,1921-c.2001 + Cyril Horwood Morley Nov28,1922- 2004. She was born in Melbourne, Vic., Australia.

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M.3.4.2. ERIC COLIN DARRACH 1897- Born in Buller, New Zealand.

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M.3.5. John Amon Darrach Oct23,1857-Feb28,1858. Infant death. Buried in New Glasgow Burying grounds on old Peter Blott’s place.

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The "Malcolm - John - Elizabeth" Line

M.3.6, Elizabeth Mary Darrach Feb4,1859-Feb23,1936 + Arthur Mainland 1849- Oct4,1919, married in 1849, in Limehouse, Middlesex, England. She was born in New Glasgow, P.E.I. went to NZ in 1864, with her family. His family originally came from Orkney Island in the United Kingdom. He was a Ships Engineer, and the son of George Thomas Mainland and Maria Jane Foster. Buried in Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga, NZ.

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M.3.6,1. DUDLEY FOSTER MAINLAND July22,1889-Feb20,1970 + Celestine Victoria "Brightie" Winstanley Aug10,1891-Oct21,1972, married on Oct9,1917, in Auckland Road, Onehunga, NZ. He was Presbyterian. He was a chemist. Buried in Purewa Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.6,2. ARTHUR "SGT" MAINLAND 1890-Dec23,1964 + Lucy Margaret "Murph" Murphy -Feb1,1977, married in 1927, in NZ.. He was born in NZ, and died in Auckland, NZ.

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M.3.6,3. RAYMOND "RAY" FERRIER MAINLAND June29,1896-Jun12,1967+ Mary Clark Wyllie 1896-Aug,1953, married in 1926, in NZ. He later married Coralie Grant. He was in the Rifle Brigade 1st NZEF. In c.1956, he married Coralie Grant. He was born in Auckland and died in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Taranake Crematorium, NZ.

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M.3.6,4. REGINALD WALTER MAINLAND July30,1898-Dec5,1958. He was born in Devonport, Auckland, NZ. Died at age 60, in Waikaraka. Buried with his parents at Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga, NZ.

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M.3.7, Janet (Jenny, Jennie) Ann Darrach Apr20,1861-Jan9,1954 + Frederick John Ohlson 1865-May20,1942, married in 1888, in NZ. She was the last of the children born in New Glasgow, P.E.I.. In 1864, she left P.E.I. on the brig Pakeha, with her family, to NZ. She was a homemaker. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand, the son of Captain Frederick Ohlson and Elizabeth Merrill. He was a school teacher, and was the first headmaster of the Maungahwau School, Auckland, NZ.. He was a cricket player and referee. He also was a rugby referee. He was a Masonic Lodge member. She died in Auckland, NZ. She is buried in Hillsborough Cemetery, NZ. Headstone spells her middle name ‘Anne’.

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M.3.7,1. ATHOL WILLIAM MERRILL OHLSON Mar27,1893-Jun25,1981 + Winifred (Win) McCallum (Narna) c.1896-Jan13,1971, married on Mar2,1921, in Epsom, Auckland, NZ. He was born in Onehunga, Auckland, NZ, a twin to Eric. He was a lawyer. He was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his service with the NZ Rifle Brigade, in World War I. He was in Samoa, Egypt, and then France in the infantry, as a front liner, during the major battles of 1916-1918, and was in hospital, from injuries, when the war ended. He played tennis and golf, and was Patron of the Waiuku Golf Club. He did a lot of golf coaching. He always carried packets of chewing gum in his pockets for his grandchildren. With kids in the car up a hill, he would rock himself back and forward, they thought to make the car go faster. He died at his home in Waiuku, at age 88. The day of his passing, two old timers, mates from long ago in his past, were waiting at the Kenttish Pub, with a cold beer on the table for him, as was their weekly routine. She was the daughter of John McCallum and Florence "Flossie" Morton. He was buried in Waiuku Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.7,1.1. Athol "Ross" Ohlson Feb20,1922-Apr7,1994 + Nancy Lillian Gurney Aug15,1924- , married on May8,1946, in Waiuku Presbyterian Church, NZ. He was born in Homebirth, Waiuku, NZ. He played rugby, cricket, golf and bowling, and was a very good player of all. He held the NZ record for the 100 yard dash. In golf he had a 2 handicap, and played in the NZ Champs one year, and had his photo in the NZ Herald. He played 1st 15 rugby for Mt Albert Grammar and the Army, where an injured knee put an ending to this sport. He joined the army in World War II, then shifted to the Air Force, and was trained in Canda as a wireless operator and air gunner, with a rank of Flying Officer. He met the Governor General of NZ. He was President of the Otaua Ametuer Athletics Club. He was a keen fisherman, and took the kids shooting ducks, where they men gutted them, and they all ate them. He was gentle, kind and soft- hearted. A family story is told of when, cleaning the shed, a rat got caught up his pantleg! She was the daughter of Harry Albert Gurney and Evaleen Holmes, in Waiuku, NZ. He died in Franklin Memorial Hospital, Waiuku, NZ, at age 72, from cancer. He was buried in Waiuku Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.7,1.2. Eric Morton "Bill" Ohlson Nov5,1923-Aug11,1965 + Dorothy Grace (Dot) Bonsar Mar12,1924-Apr28,1992 . He was born in NZ. His mother called him "Billy boy" when he was small, and the nickname stuck. His Scottish bride had to get used to calling him ‘Bill’ after she came to NZ. He was a bus driver, office worker, and storeman clerk. He died in NZ, at age 41. Both buried in the Waiuku Cemetery, NZ.

M.3.7,1.3. Graeme Lee Ohlson Jan4,1926-Apr17,2004 + Denise ?. He was born in NZ. He was in the military and then was a consulting engineer. He played sports like golf and tennis. He died from cancer, in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, at age 78.

M.3.7,1.4.3. Roderick Brian John "Roddy" Ohlson Mar4,1941-Apr24,1987. He died, in a motor vehicle accident, at age 46, in NZ, and was buried in North Shore Memorial Park. Albany, NZ.

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M.3.7,2. ERIC MERVYN DARRACH OHLSON Mar27,1893-Dec8,1960. He was born in Onehunga, Auckland, NZ, a twin to Athol. He was presbyterian. He was gassed in World War I, and was hospitalized in England. He was a solicitor, residing in Auckland, NZ. He died in Auckland, at age 67. Buried in Purewa Crematorium, New Zealand.

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M.3.7,3. FREDERICK "BURTON" OHLSON Feb13,1895-Aug10,1977 + Florence Edmonds Mar4,1904-Nov28,1996, married in 1933, in NZ. He was born in NZ. He was a World War veteran. they lived in Milford, NZ. She was the daughter of Samuel Edmonds and Constance Harriet Anne Phillips. He died in Auckland, NZ, at age 82. Buried in Scatterd, NZ.

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M.3.7,4. ALYN BERESFORD OHLSON Aug3,1900-buried Sep14,1982 + Frances Zillah (Jill) McDougall -Sept5,1979. He was born in NZ. He received his degree from Auckland University. He died from Parkinson’s disease, in NZ. She died in Remuera, NZ. Both buried in Purewa Crematorium, NZ.

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M.3.8. Alexander Campbell Darrach Jan12,1864-Jan24,1864. Born aboard the ‘Pakeha’, near the equator. Died at sea. The captain of the ship was Alexander Campbell.

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M.3.9, Sarah Jane Darrach June12,1866-Jan20,1940 + Peter Charles Thompson c.1873- Apr7,1928, married in 1899. She was the first of the 1806 P.E.I. Darrach descendants to be born in New Zealand, in Matakana, North Auckland. She lived in Mahurangi Heads, and was a homemaker. She died in Auckland, NZ, at age 73. Both are buried in Hillsborough Cemetery, NZ.

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M.3.9,1. HUGH OSMOND THOMPSON Aug15,1900-Sept8,1976 + Esma "Joan" Harvey, married in 1938, in NZ. He was born in New Zealand, and died there. BurialPurewa Crematorium.

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M.3.9,2. ARTHUR DARRACH THOMPSON Aug3,1902-May26,1980. He was born in Warkworth, NZ. Burial Purewa Crematorium, NZ.

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M.3.9,3, LYNDSAY LACHLAN THOMPSON Aug27,1905-Aug17,1995. born in Warkworth, NZ, and buried in Purewa Crematorium, NZ.

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M.4. Angus Darrach Feb13,1819-1901. + Janet Shaw Jan16,1822-May18,1918, on Dec30.1846 She was the daughter of James and Mary (MacCallum) Shaw of Brackley. Children in this family are not known by name. In 1861 there were five males and two females in the household. In the census of 1871 there were four males and two females. He was a wheelwright. The 1880 Atlas shows Angus living on St.Peter’s Road, in Marshfield. With them was Angus Hector (or Hector Angus) Darrach 1860-1993, and a note about him is included under his Darrach number of D.2.2,2B. Buried in Covehead.

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M.5. Malcolm Darrach 1819-1900 + Sarah Darrach 1835-1865, on Nov29,1859. The marriage was performed by Rev. Thomas Duncan. Sarah and he were first cousins once-removed. She was from Wiltshire. Her Darrach number is D.2.2, and further information can be found under her name and number. He adopted her child Mary Isabella, and then they had two children, Angus "Hector" Darrach (D.2.2.2B) and Malcolm "Alexander" Darrach (D.2.2.3B).

Sarah died at age 30.

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M.7. Neil Darrach 1821- Jan26, 1884 at Rollo Bay. + Jane Brown 1835- , on Dec26,1863 - daughter of James Curtis Brown and Catherine Smallwood . They moved to Rollo Bay where Sarah was born. The farm was left to Neil, with first offer to the other sons, daughter, son-in-law John Bell.

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M.7.1. John (Jack) B. Darrach 1866-?. To Texas.

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M.7.2. Angus Alexander Darrach 1868-1919. + Esther "Jane" Robinson 1875-1912 of Riverview, P.E.I., the daughter of Samuel R. and Sarah C. Dingwell of Fortune. Previously married to Mary Eva MacPhee, on Oct10,1898. He died at age 51 and she died at age 37. Only one child. Buried Annandale Cemetery.

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M.7.2.1, SADIE MAE DARRACH 1910-Apr4,2004 + Walter Ferguson -May14,1982. Her mother died when she was 2, and her father died when she was 7. She was raised in Annandale with her uncle Freeman Robertson. She worked for 20 years at Sterns Laundry, then the Provincial Home as a pastry chef. Loving person with strong faith. Quilt, sew, crochet, and knit. Loved horse racing. Travel. Liberal Women’s Association. Trinity United Church Women’s Association. Walter worked Canadian National Railroad on the mail truck. She later lived 27 Kensington Road, Charlottetown. She had 5 grand- children and 10 great-grandchildren

M.7.2.1,1. Gordon Ferguson -Sept7,1996 + Ferne Taylor, and later Mildred Shaw. Druggist.

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M.7.3. James A. Darrach 1869-

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M.7.4. Fred Darrach 1871- Salt Lake City.

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THE DESCENDANTS OF JAMES DARRACH

J. James Darrach 1774-1855 + Sarah MacLean, on July 28, 1807. He was 32 when he emigrated from Colonsay, Scotland in 1806 to P.E.I.. A farmer. There is a land conveyance from George Wright in 1845, for 166 acres in Lot 65, for 160 pounds. In his will, written April 28, 1853, and filed on Mar 17, 1855 left 50 acres to each of his three sons, and 16 pounds to his daughter for the 16 acres left, to be divided between the three sons. A niece, Flora MacLean, was to be maintained by Duncan and Archibald.

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J.1. John Darrach 1817-1891 + Isabella MacNeil1824-Sept8,1857 (age 33) in 1845. He was a farmer in Margate, PE.I.; operated a ship building enterprise; the 1881 census says he was a trader; and the 1891 census says he was a grocer retail. Scotch Baptist. Flora MacLean shows up living with him in the 1891 census, and with his second wife, Jessie MacKenzie, July15,1824-Apr,1908, of Long Creek. They had married on June 14,1866.) in the 1901 census. Son, Donald, and 3 daughters named in the will (also Alfred William Clovis, a merchant in Charlottetown). After daughter, Sarah, came the infant twin deaths of Mary and Jessie, and later two daughters named Mary and Jessie. Buried in the St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

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J.1.1. Dr. Donald Darrach Oct28,1845-Dec13,1921 + Tryphena Ann Tuplin Aug14,1854-1935,on Feb24,1875 . She was from Margate and there are 10 pages in "All Their Tuplin Children" about them (the Tuplins were from Devonshire, England). He was a physician and druggist. He graduated from Harvard in 1870. She was the first female pharmacist in Canada He was responsible for incorporating the town of Kensington; was its’ first mayor; purchased their first fire engine; was the justice of the peace; started the Masonic Lodge; and was the coroner; a Liberal; Sunday School Superintendent (a Baptist who attended the Methodist Church). In 1885 he retired form medicine then ran a general store. In 1990 a public appeal went out to restore his property. Both are buried in People’s cemetery in Kensington.

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J.1.1.1, RUBY HARRIET ISABEL DARRACH Sept30,1878-Feb25,1963 + Dr. John F. McNeil May 11,1870-May8,1962, of Summerside.

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J.1.1.2. WALDIN GARNET HAMMOND DARRACH Jun3,1882-Feb 4,1917 + Lillian Bowness Jun24,1881-July9,1973. Postmaster Merchant. Also was Mayor of Kensington. He ran "Reuban Tuplin and Co." after his father died.

J.1.1.2.1. Orville Bowness Darrach Nov11,1909- + Helena Blanche Hughes Apr17,1915- Aug15,1975, in Sept 1936 (in Long River) of Kensington. Heavy construction engineer, including Halifax during World War II. Went to Hollywood, California.

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J.1.2, Sarah Darrach Sept14,1847-Nov15,1922 + Archibald McLean Nov3,1837- Sept14,1908 on Mar25,1870 in Canoe cove.(note that her first cousin Sarah, J.2.1, ,born 1850, also married an Archibald McLean). Lot 65. Buried in Long Creek Baptist cemetery. He was a farmer on the Big Point Road, just west of Canoe Cove.

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J.1.2,2, ISABELLA A. "BELLE" McLEAN Nov22,1872-1906. Canoe Cove. Never married. Buried Long Creek Baptist cemetery.

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J.1.2,3. ALEXANDER DUNCAN McLEAN Dec6,1874-1940 + Janet Ellen Cook Dec16,1883- Sept25,1922, in 1903. Nine Mile Creek. Census indicates presbyterian then Baptist. Buried in Long Creek Baptist cemetery.

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J.1.2,4, ANNIE McLEAN Aug22,1879-Oct,1969 + John Archibald MacKinnon Nov22,1871- on Nov22,1905. She was from Canoe Cove, and he a farmer from DeSable Baptist. Free Church of Scotland. Buried in Argyle Shore cemetery..

J.1.2,4,1. Harold Allan MacKinnon Mar9,1907-Mar22,1986 + Margaret Elizabeth McLean Dec10,1914 -Jan13,2000 in Canoe Cove. Farmer.Buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

J.1.2,4,1.1, Shirley Ann MacKinnon Jun23,1944-Mar5,1945. Died as an infant. In canoe Cove. Their only child. Buried in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

J.1.2,4,2, Edna MacKinnon 1909 + Donald Lester Cairns. Stanchel.

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J.1.3, Mary Darrach Died Apr.8,1850, aged 8 weeks. A twin.

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J.1.4, Jessie Darrach Died May 10, 1850, aged 3 months. A twin.

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J.1.5, Mary Darrach + Alexander MacLeod

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J.1.6, Jessie Darrach 1855- + Robert Smallwood. Church of the Disciples.

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J.2. Archibald Darrach 1823-June11,1899 + Christy MacPhail 1827-May1,1924, on Mar24,1849, witnessed by Duncan Darrach and David Fraser. Buried in Canoe Cove/Long Creek. Flora MacLean is buried with them. Their 8 children raised on the Lot 65 farm were Sarah, Margaret, Duncan, Ellen, Isabella, Belle, Caroline, and James.

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J.2.1, Sarah Darrach 1850-Mar17,1931. + Archibald McLean 1847-1929 in 1874. She moved to Quincy, Mass., where she married Archibald, who was also from P.E.I.. He worked in the granite quarries. His parents were Donald McLean and Ann Buchanan. Archibald and Sarah are buried in the Milton cemetery.

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J.2.1,1, ALICE MAUDE McLEAN 1875-1931 + Jacob Peterson 1874-1963. She was a teacher. He was from Sweden, and owned ‘Peterson’s Market’ in Quincy. Both buried in the Milton cemetery.

J.2.1,1,1, Marion Peterson Dec5,1899-Oct7,1981 + Wesley C. Marsh,May18,1901-Dec13- 1979, from Hingham, MA.

J.2.1,1,2, Doris Peterson July31,1901-1985 + Guy Lawhead Feb15, 1897-1984.

J.2.1,1,2,1. Guy Lawhead Jr. Apr4,1927-Sept16,1991

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J.2.1,2. HENRY FLORA McLEAN 1880-1970 + Abby Gay Barnes 1878-1972. Buried in Milton cemetery.

J.2.1,2.1. Donald Barnes McLean 1911- + Helen Remick

J.2.1,2.2. Henry Franklin McLean 1914-1975 + Alison Barbour

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J.2.2, Margaret (Maggie) Darrach 1853-1917

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J.2.3. Duncan Darrach Dec25,1853-1927 + Julia McEachern May 26,1864-1936, on May11,1891. He stayed on the farm on Lot 65.

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The "James - Archibald - Ellen" Line

J.2.4, Ellen Margaret Darrach Nov7,1856-Mar21,1933 + Archibald McPhail Nov7,1850.-13Apr1919, in 1882. He was a farmer in St.Catherine’s. Farm wife. Baptist. She lived on the farm after Archibald’s death and was to get per year from the estate. Buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

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J.2.4,1, FLORA McPHAIL Mar14,1884-1959 + William O. Morrow.1878. He was a farmer in St.Catherine’s. Homemaker. Baptist. She received 56 acres of her father’s farm. Buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

J.2.4,1,1. William Elwin Morrow 1910- + Florrie Beatrice MacPhail Mar12,1910-1984 on Jun6,1936. He was born in St. Catherine’s. He is buried in Lower Sackville, N.S..and she in Argyle Shore Cemetery.

J.2.4,1,2, Helen Catherine Morrow 1912-1954 + John Moore 1908-1990. Born in St. Catherine’s. Buried People’s Cemetery.,Charlottetown.

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J.2.4,2. COLIN ROLAND McPHAIL May30,1886-May30,1938 + (A) Sadie MacQuarrie 1888-Apr16,1916 (died at 28). Then married (B) Myrtle Elizabeth Henderson Nov29,1892-Feb2,1977, on Sept27,1920. She was from Kingston. He was a general merchant in Long Creek. Baptist.. Buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery

J.2.4,2A.1. Aulden Archibald McPhail 1911-1977 + Annie Mae MacKinnon. Sept27,1908- May20,1990 on Apr26,1938. Buried Long Creek..

J.2.4,2A.1.2, Colleen Sarah McPhail 1940-1994

J.2.4,2A.1.4. Stanley Colin McPhail 1942-1996

J.2.4,2A.2. Lloyd Alexander McPhail Jun13,1915-Nov30,1992 + Helen I.MacDonald 1923- . Leading Seaman in RCNVR in World War II. Carpenter. She was from Saskatchewan. Buried Long Creek Baptist Cemetery.

J.2.4,2A.2.1. Ronald Colin McPhail 1942-1984

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J.2.4,3. ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER McPHAIL Jan18,1889-1938. Born in St. Catherine’s. Policeman in Brockton, Mass. Baptist.

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J.2.4,5, LENA McPHAIL Apr10,1894-1925 + Heber MacLean. 1890-1967 on May1,1913 in Clyde River. Housewife. Baptist. He was a farmer from Dunedin. Buried Clyde River Baptist Cemetery.

J.2.4,5,1,1. Stewart Ambrose Sellar 1938-1984

J.2.4,5,2. Lester MacLean 1920-1924. Dunedin. Buried Clyde River United Baptist cemetery.

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J.2.5, Isabella Darrach 1861 + Fred Hunt?

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J.2.6, Belle Darrach 1865-1936 + Joseph Graham 1863-1915. To Barre, Vermont and/or Newton, Mass..

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J.2.6,3, IRENE L. GRAHAM June 1894-1913

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JJ.2.7, Caroline (Carrie) Darrach 1868-1933 + Hugh McLean 1843-1911

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JJ.2.8. James Darrach 1869-1936. May have left P.E.I., and returned later. Never married.

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J.3. Duncan Darrach

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J.4, Catherine Darrach [there was a Catherine who married a Donald MacEachern and may have moved to N.B.]

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THE DESCENDANTS OF ARCHIBALD DARRACH

A. Archibald Darrach 1786-?. + Janet MacPhee on Jan28, 1812 at St. Paul’s church, by Rev Desbrisay. Buried at Canoe Cove Cemetery.

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A.1. Alexander "Sandy" D. Darrach 1812- + Euphemia MacEachern 1821- They married on Dec26,1838 by Thomas Fairborn. From St.Catherine’s. Sister of Mary who married his brother, Neil (AD.2.). Their 8 children were Jane, James, Euphemia, Mary, Annie, Duncan, John, and Catherine. Their sixth child, Duncan, is the only one we have extensive genealogy on.

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A.1.1, Jane Darrach 1846-

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A.1.2. James Darrach 1849- "Black Jim". Went To Maine?

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A.1.3, Euphemia Darrach Feb10,1852- Dec27,1875 + ? Larter. Moved to North Dakota.

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A.1.4, Mary Darrach March7,1854-1900 + Thomas Larter Feb17,1854-1937, married on Dec10,1874. She died at age 46. He later married Sucie Davis Patterson.

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A.1.4,3. CHARLES LARTER 1880-

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A.1.4,5, MARY ADELE LARTER 1885-1966

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A.1.4,6, LOTTY LARTER 1887-

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A.1.4,7. LESTER LARTER 1890- A twin.

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A.1.4,9, PEARL LARTER 1892-1956

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A.1.5, Annie Darrach Sept30 1856-

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A.1.6. Duncan Darrach 1861-Feb17,1949 + Emma MacEachern 1860-1925, on Mar19, 1885 at Zion Church, in Charlottetown. She was from Canoe Cove, the daughter of Angus MacEachern and Grace Piper, and they moved to Brae in 1865, purchasing a farm from James MacNeil. He went to Brae, Lot 9, as a young lad "with nothing on his back". Industrious. Found "pot of gold" in a field by the shore, and changed it in the U.S.A.. Strong - picked up a neighbour and threw him over the fence. Both are buried in the Brae United Church Cemetery.

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A.1.6.1. ANGUS DARRACH Jan25,1886-Nov3,1969 + (A) Margaret Ann MacPherson on Sept18,1912, in Summerside, P.E.I., by Rev. H.J. Fraser. He was born in Milo, P.E.I... She was from Lot 8, which was at one time called Hawthorne. She died at age 45. He then married (B) Sophie Belle Clements Oct12,1898- , on Sept20,1933. She was born in Hebron, P.E.I., the daughter of Angus Clements and Minnie Ramsey MacLean. She was a nurse. He was a twin of Walter’s. He is buried in Brae United Church Cemetery. Strapping stron man with big hands.

A.1.6.1A.1. ? Darrach infant death. Maine, 1913.

A.1.6.1A.2,1, Margaret Jane Buchanan Stillborn Dec15, 1947. O’Leary, P.E.I..

A.1.6.1B.6, Minnie Margaret Darrach Apr5,1935-1980 + James Wilson of River Herbert, N.S.. She was born in Milo, P.E.I..

A.1.6.1B.6,1a. Donald James Wilson July26,1957-Nov20,1993. Adopted. Never married.

A.1.6.1B.7A,3, Allison David Silliker Apr1-Apr6, 1964. Infant death.

A.1.6.1B.8, Annie Pearl Darrach July18,1938-July18,1994 + Stanley Wallace James , married onSept25,1957. She was born in Milo, P.E.I., and he was from Maniloulin Island.

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A.1.6.2. " WALTER" HENRY DARRACH Jan25,1886-Sept8,2006 + Anna Coughlin. He was born in Milo, P.E.I., a twin of Angus’. In 1902, at age16, he went to a logging camp, in Maine, with Angus (who later went back to P.E.I..). Anna came to the U.S.A. from Ireland. They met in Bangor, and were married in New York. She worked at a bank. He was over 6 feet tall. Later, he went back to visit with brother, Angus.

A.1.6.2.1. John Darrach Died at 12, in New York, from a tonsillectomy.

A.1.6.2.2.13A, Margaret (Peggy) Ellen Darrah Died in fire Feb. 4, 1965 at age 5.

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A.1.6.3. GEORGE DARRACH 1887-1956. Never married.

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A.1.6.4. HERBERT CRAIG DARRACH 1893-1947. Never married.

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A.1.6.5, EMMA GRACE DARRACH July2,1894-April 10,1970 + John Simeon Gorrill - Dec25,1949, around 1911. She was a twin of Annie Jane’s. He had 7 or 8 children in a previous marriage to Florence Boulter, who died in 1910 with TB. 7 were Albert, Oliver, William, Fred, Evelyn, Lillian and Myrtle. He was 30 years older than Emma. 4 Gorill brothers came to Glenwood, Lot 8, in the 1840's. Humphrey and Eleonar had 15 kids, the third of which John Simeon. She was buried in the Glenwood United Cemetery, and he in the Bethel United Cemetery at West Cape.

A.1.6.5,1. Garfield Herbert Gorrill Apr13,1917-June,1990 + Doris Boulter Burial Milburn Cemetery, P.E.I..

A.1.6.5,4, Vivian Eileen Gorrill Aug1, 1921-July,2001 + Albert Edward Phillips Sept8,1919- Oct18,2003.

A.1.6.5,5, Eleanor Gorrill Mar29,1923-1996 + Douglas Baker. A nurse. Sherbrooke,Quebec then Toronto. Glenwood cemetery.

A.1.6.5,7, Dorothy Mae Gorrill 1926-1988 + Gordon MacDonald. Sackville, N.B. Buried Sackville, N.B..

A.1.6.5,8, Lilla Jean Gorrill 1929-1929. An infant death. Glenwood cemetery.

A.1.6.5,9, Roberta Gorrill 1930-1930. An infant death. A twin to Reby.

A.1.6.5,10, Reby Gorrill 1930-1996 + Calvin Boulter. Pictou,.N.S..

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A.1.6.6, ANNIE JANE DARRACH July2,1894-Oct14,1978 + Ernest Cameron 1881-1977, of Milburn, P.E.I. They lived in Brae. She was a twin of Emma Grace’s.

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A.1.7. John Darrach ?-Mar13,1920 + ? MacPhee. "Black Jack". Farmer on the West River. Premier Walter Shaw described him as strong finely chiseled gestures; a keen mind and ever ready answer, and fine sense of humor. Amusing stories surrounded his drinking. Sailed a scowdown the South Shore with a horse and building supplies on it. Buried St. Catherine’s Cemetery (no stone). Once walked to and from Brae to visit.

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A.1.7.1. SEYMOUR DARRACH 1879-1970 + Jane MacEachern 1881-1967.

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A.1.7.2. JOHN DARRACH Never married. A tailor, worked Jordan Marsh.

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A.1.8, Catherine Darrach + W. Douglas, on May 24, 1855 (see Examiner Jan10,1876, re. Euphemia’s death, and the Islander May 25,1855). May have lived in Boston.

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A.2. Neil Darrach  Aug12, 1814 - + Mary MacEachern 1817- ,on Apr10,1839. She was a sister to Euphemia who married Alexander, AD.1.. Baptized Nov12,,1814, at St. Paul’s Church in Charlottetown. She was the daughter of Samuel and Catherine MacEachern. Lived in Lot 65. Church of Scotland.

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A.2.1, Janet Darrach July18,1861[this date, or person, must be wrong = ??]

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A.2.2, Sarah Darrach + William Murphy , married on Aug 31,1865. He was from Lot 48

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A.2.2,1. ALBERT MURPHY July9,1866/7-July 27,1949 + Fanny Cutcliffe Sept11,1869, on Nov25,1892 , in Tryon. He was from the West River and she from Crapaud. He was a truckman. Lived on Valley Street. Buried at People’s Cemetery.

A.2.2,1.1. Harry Murphy Dec13,1897-Dec26,1967 + Janie Spence. Buried People’s Cemetery.

A.2.2,1.2, Gertrude Murphy Nov26,1898-Aug30,1975 +William Collier. Buried Floral Hills.

A.2.2,1.3, Jennie Murphy Aug27,1900-June5,1964 + Joseph MacDonald. Buried People’s Cemetery

A.2.2,1.4, Laura Murphy 1902- + David Erwin. New Brunswick.

A.2.2,1.5, Mae Murphy 1903-Jan1,1965 + Robert Dalziel, on Nov19,1919. Buried Floral Hills.

A.2.2,1.6, Eleonar Murphy + Basil Malley. New Brunswick.

A.2.2,1.7. William (or ? Albert) Murphy 1912-1973 + Rena Murphy. Buried People’s Cemetery.

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A.2.3, Angus Darrach Oct17,1842- + Christy MacDougall Strang Oct She was the widow of J.V. Strang. They raised her son Allan Strang, born Feb2,1880.

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A.3. James Darrach 1817-1865 + Flora MacFayden He was sole heir of the farm from AD. Archibald if he "faithfully discharge his duties towards me and his mother", signed Aug.26,1854, witnessed by Donald Darrach.

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A.4. Angus Darrach 1818-Feb.1,1892 + Margaret ? 1820-June10,1897. Buried in Canoe Cove. In the 1841 census there were at least two daughters.

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"MISSING LINK" - THE "McALDERS"

Catherine Darrach 1776-1844 + Gilbert McAldridge (McAlder) 1768-0ct1841. Came over on the Spencer, 1806. They went to Lot 29. There is a discrepancy with their first four children as the passenger list has the children, and information, in this order: (1) John,7, baptized in CSA Sept12,1800; (2) Alexander, 5, baptized in CSA Feb26,1799; (3) Peter, 3, baptized in CSA Apr26,1802; and (4) John (sic). Because she is one of the original 1806 descendants, I will identify her as "C." Carol Robocker, from Helena, Montana has a great, great grandmother McLean who was born in P.E.I. in 1837, and her mother was a McCalder, but it is not for certain if it was one of Catherine and Gilberts daughters. Carol can be contacted about any McAlder connections at: crobocker @ aol.com

C,1. Alexander McAlder 1799- Born in Scotland and christened Feb26,1799, in Jura, Argyll, Scotland.

C,2. John McAlder Aug9,1800- Born in Scotland and christened Sept12,1800, in Jura. It may have been him who was counted in the census of 1841 in Lot 29, and later in the 1848 census in Charlottetown.

C,3. Peter McAlder 1802- Born in Colonsay, Scotland. Christened Apr26, 1802, in Jura.

C,4. (Donald?) John McAlder 1804/5-Dec29.1844. Given the two children with the names "John" from the Spencer list, Donald seems to match this child. Born in Scotland. he moved from Lot 29, to Shediac, New Brunswick, in 1854. In 1861 he was in the census for Kent, N.B.. In the 1860's he lived in Mill Creek, Buctouche, Kent, N.B.. He owned 100 acres in Upper St. Maurice area.

C,5, Merrion McAlder Aug26,1806- Born at sea, and christened Sept24,1806, in Charlottetown.

C,6. Archibald McAlder Oct13,1807-Dec17,1882 + Mary Campbell 1808- , on Apr10,1834. died in DeSable, and buried in Tryon. Blacksmith in Lot 29. She was born in Scotland. More is known of their descendants.

C,7, Mary McAlder Sept3,1810- Christened Sept17, 1810, in Charlottetown.

C,8. William McAlder Aug9,1812- Christened Aug29,1812.

C,9. Malcolm McAlder 1815-Apr26,1869 + Katherine McArthur 1820-1892. Died in DeSable, P.E.I..

C,10. Forbes McAlder Nov19,1818-Aug9,1886 + Isabella Gillies 1820- . Born in P.E.I. and died in Paisley, Bruce, Ontario.

NOTE: This next information is for what would likely be a third generation McAlder ( the link to the second generation not know). Hypothetically this could be another McAlder family not related to Catherine Darrach. But given the locale and there being no other known McAlders that have shown up in that area, this registry of names will be included here in case there may be someone who can make the link. A question mark will be put in front of Catherine to signify we’re not sure if these are her descendants; a question mark will be put for the second generation person; and an "n" will be put for the third generation, as we know the name ‘Alexander’, but not the numbered position he was amongst his siblings. This info comes from Bob Cooper (bob @ bobcooper.org).

?C,?.n. Alexander McCalder + Christia McLean. Married on Jan18,1875 at the residence of Mr. John McLean, Long Creek, P.E.I.. They lived in Lot 30. Ann McLean, presumably Christia’s mother, lived with them.

?C,?.n.1. John William McAlder Mar16,1885-May1945 + Nettie Mae Emard, married on Feb4,1914 in Eureka, Lincoln County, MT. He was born in Charlton, PEI, and died in Pullman, WA, USA. He owned Dutton’s Candy Store in Pullman,WA.

?C,?.n.1.1, Helen McCalder + Leonard Alsager.

?C,?.n.1.2. Robert William McCalder 1915-Apr29,1945 + Mary Worthey, married on Sept6,1941. He was born in Eureka, Lincoln County, MT, and died in Luzon, Phillipines in World War II. He was commissioned a Lt. Colonel by Gen Douglas MacArthur.

?C,?.n.1.3, Florence Jean McCalder June6,1917-May17,1999 + Frank Homer Cooper, Married on Sept12, 1953, in Portland, Oregon. . She was born in Eureka, MT, and died in Portland, Oregon. He was the son of Lloyd Cooper and Emma Allen. He was in US Army, TEC4. burial at Willamette National Cemetery.

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"MISSING LINK" - DONALD DARRACH (1819)"

There is a Donald Darrach who signed the will of AD. Archibald Darrach on Aug26,1854. This will signed the farm over to AD.3. James Darrach. It would seem unusual for a son to witness his own father’s will, but if the son is not mentioned in the will, apparently, he can witness the will. So Donald may be the son of AD. Archibald (i.e., JD.3. James’ brother). Donald would be second generation Darrach, so a ‘?’ will be put before his name to represent his father in the first generation.

?.Donald. c.1819-?1881 + Christine MacEachern 1822-Oct12,1873, , married on Mar27,1843. On Mar18,1886 he married Ann McLeod 1830-Mar30,1890, in St. James, when he was 67 years of age. In the census of 1881 he was listed as a blacksmith. Burial of ???? he and both wives at Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

?.Donald.1. Charles Darrach Jun5,1848- + Isabella 1849- . In 1881 he resided in Lot 15.

?.Donald.1.1. FORBES DARRACH 1876-

?.Donald.1.2. SALOMY DARRACH 1878-

?.Donald.2. Archibald Forbes Darrach Dec1,1850-Apr16,1867. He died at age 16. Buried Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

?.Donald.3. Neil Ranous Darrach May21,1853-Feb21,1873. He died at age 19. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetary.

?.Donald.4. Donald Alexander Darrach Aug12,1855-Oct21,1883 + Isabella McPhee c.1855- , married on Jan6,1891. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

?.Donald.5, Mary Darrach 1857-Feb27,1875. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

?.Donald.6. James Cornelius Darrach Oct8,1858-June1,1920 + Melissa Angeline Brown Feb27,1854-May25,1936, married on June8,1882, in West Glassville, N.B., by Rev. J. Gravinor. He died in West Glassville, N.B.. He changed his surname to "Darrah". She was born in Bellisle, Kings County, N.B., the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Sprague. Both are buried in Gordonsville Cemetery.

?.Donald.6.1, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH DARRAH May27,1883-Mar6,1941 + Harry Giverson, married on June29,1904, in Bath, N.B..

?.Donald.6.2. GUILFORD J. DARRAH c.1885-Oct18,1900. Died at 15 years of age. Burial Gordonsville Cemetery.

?.Donald.6.3. ARCHIBALD FORBES DARRAH Jun9,1886-Mar8,1969 + (A) Levina Elizabeth Nichols, married on June21,1910, in Fort Fairfield, N.B. and (B) Mary Howe Mar31,1900-Apr17,1991, married on Aug21,1920, in Bath, N.B.. Mary was the daughter of David Howe and Sarah Brooks. He was born in West Glassville, N.B. and died in the Northern Carleton Hospital in Bath, N.B..

?.Donald.6.3A.1. Raymond Martins Darrah Aug21,1911-

?.Donald.6.3A.2, Julia Woolsey Darrah Mar6,1913-June21,1997 + (A) ????kids James Albert Cammack Sept22,1903-Mar3,1991. He was born in Kenneth, N.B. and died in Bath, N.B..Later she married (B) Alfred Rowley. She died in Bath, N.B..

?.Donald.6.3A.2,1, Ruth Rowley

?.Donald.6.3A.2,2, Willa Rowley

?.Donald.6.3A.2,3. Walter Rowley

?.Donald.6.3A.2,4. William Rowley

?.Donald.6.3A.3. James Cornelius Darrah Dec4,1914-Dec11,2003 + (A) Elizabeth Logue, married on Mar21,1934, in West Glassville, N.B.. On Oct9,1946 he married (B) Mary Green.

?.Donald.6.3A.3A.1, Vinnie Susan Darrah June30,1935- + Robert Andrew Kilpatrick, married on Nov12,1952.

?.Donald.6.3A.3A.3, Madeline Elizabeth Darrah Aug15,1939-Dec9,1974 + Gerald Graham, married on Aug9,1958.

?.Donald.6.3A.4, Beulah May Darrah Feb10,1916-1992 + Frederick Joseph Cammack Nov5,1909-June27,1992, married on Oct29,1936, in Glassville, N.B.. She was born in Bath, N.B.. He was born in Kenneth, N.B., and died in Carleton Memorial Hospital, Woodstock, N.B..

?.Donald.6.3A.4,4, Joyce Marie Cammack May11,1943-Nov10,1966 + Evel Martin Jansen, married on Nov15,1962. Born in Bath, N.B..

?.Donald.6.3B.5.1, Shelia Darrah Oct19,1945-Oct28,1945. Infant death from intestinal intoxication.

?.Donald.6.3B.8.1. Wayne Douglas Darrah Feb15,1945-Feb9,1991 + Lise. He died in North Bay, Ontario.

?.Donald.6.4. AMOS FRANKLIN DARRAH Mar23,1889-Sept25,1967 + Jennie Wharton

?.Donald.6.5, JULIA B. DARRAH Dec14,1894-Sept28,1909 . Died at 15 years of age. Burial Gordonsville Cemetery.

?.Donald.7, Janet Darrach 1859-Sept10,1873. She died at age 14. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery

?.Donald.8. Duncan Darrach 1862- He went to Medford, Mass.. Several of his brother James’ kids went there to school. In the 1881 census he was listed as a blacksmith in Lot 65.

?.Donald.9, Christina Darrach 1865-Dec4,1885. She died at age 20. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

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"MISSING LINK" - ARCHIBALD DARRACH (1839)

Since there are a number of Archibald Darrach’s, the exact spot of this Archibald, born in 1839 is uncertain. He may be the son of AD.2. Neil Darrach, whose father-in-law was Samuel MacEachern, and Archibald and Sarah did name their first son Samuel (this is not a name synomous with the JD. James line). However, his birthdate of 1839 is caught just older than the second generation relatives, so if he was a third generation Darrach he would be one of the oldest ones in that generation. For practical reasons, I will place two ‘?’s before his name to indicate he is in the third generation, but this is not definite.

?.?.Archibald. c.1839-Oct8,1912 + Sarah Currie 1845- , married on Aug21,1866, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Charlottetown. Lived Lot 30, Appin Roadin the 1881 and 1891 census. burial St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

?.?.Archibald.1, Catherine Darrach 1871-

?.?.Archibald.2. Samuel Darrach 1875-May10,1895. Burial St. Catherine’s Cemetery.

?.?.Archibald.3. William Darrach 1878-

?.?.Archibald.4. George Darrach 1880-

?.?.Archibald.5, Mary Darrach 1882-

?.?.Archibald.6. John Darrach 1885-

?.?.Archibald.7. James Darrach 1887-

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"MISSING LINK" - JOHN ANGUS DARRACH (1879)

Information from "A History of Canoe Cove" by Florence E. MacCannell, printed in 1992, indicated that "John Angus was the son of Margaret and Angus Darrach". The only Angus Darrach in this file, not accounted for, and married to a ‘Margaret’ is A.4. Angus, but if the information on his wife, Margaret, is correct, her being born in 1820 would make her too old to be the mother of ‘John Angus’. Given a date of birth of c.1879, he almost certainly would be a 4th generation Darrach. If the above noted book is true then there is an Angus and Margaret Darrach in the third generation that are unaccounted for. A review of the file would indicate it unlikely that John Angus comes from the D. Duncan line or the M. Malcolm line. If he comes from the J. James line, there is J.3. Duncan without known descendants. If he comes from the A. Archibald line, perhaps most likely would be the A.3. James, and A.4 Angus, lines without known descendants. Also he could be part of the Neil line, emigrated in 1819 (see below). The ‘n’ below means we know John Angus’ name but not his order amongst sibs. The 1881 census says that he was adopted, so an ‘a’ will be ;laced beside the ‘n’. The three question marks at the start represent three generations we’re not sure about the connections. Perhaps the three most likely sequence of names to fill those question marks would be James-Duncan-Angus; Archibald-James-Angus; or Archibald-Angus-Angus, so good luck to anyone trying to fill in these connections!

?.?.?.na. JOHN ANGUS DARRACH c.1879-Sept29,1934 + Clara Inman. He died when his family was young due to accidental drowning. They lived in Canoe Cove and then New Haven.

?.?.?.na.1. George Darrach -1967 + Hazel Arbing He was a fisherman and kept store with his mother. She was from Charlottetown, and moved to Montague after he died.

?.?.?.na.2. Louis Darrach -Apr2002 + Elizabeth Adams -Jan1,2002. She was from near Kensington. He was a fisherman and carpenter. They lived in New Haven They help raise grandchildren Shannon and Christopher for 10 years. Gloria Darrach may have been their first child.

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"MISSING LINK - NIEL DARRACH (c.1775)"

NOTE: BESIDES "THE 1806 P.E.I. DARRACHS", THERE WAS ANOTHER DARRACH (NIEL), WHO ALSO CAME FROM THE ISLE OF COLONSAY, SCOTLAND, TO LOT 65 P.E.I., IN 1819. HERE IS SOME INFORMATION ON THIS NIEL DARRACH..

Niel. c.1775- + Flory MacPhee c.1780- , married on Jan26,1812, in Colonsay, Scotland, where they were born. They most likely arrived on the Economy, in 1819, out of Colonsay, and became landed immigrants at Canoe cove, via Pictou, N.S.. Others passengers on that ship included McNeills, MacDonalds, and McPhees.

Niel.1, Catherine Darrach Feb6,1813- Born on the Isle of Colonsay, Scotland.

Niel.2. Archibald Darrach Mar2,1816-Mar13,1894 + Margaret Currie 1829-Sept28,1907, married on Mar24,1854. He was born in Colonsay, and died in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, P.E.I.. He donated land for the Church in Nine Mile Creek, and lived on the farm the the 1/4 acre came from, as per his will. She was born in Lot 65, and died in Nine Mile Creek. He was 38 when he married , and was 13 years older that she. Both are buried at the Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

Niel.2.1, Flora Helen Darrach Mar3,1855- +John Carrol 1848- She was born in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, P.E.I..

Niel.2.2, Bella Darrach 1859- Born in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, P.E.I.. Lived with her uncle Archibald and Margaret in the 1881 census.

Niel.2.3, Euphemia "Effie" Darrach Sep20,1860-July30,1918 + Roderick Campbell Oct18,1855- Feb20,1921, married on Oct20,1882, in Zion Presbyterian church, in Charlottetown. She was born in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, P.E.I., and died in Canoe Cove. He was born in Crapaud, P.E.I., and died in Nine Mile Creek. Roderick and her were Darrach cousins, and their descendants can be found under his number in this genealogy as DD.8,6.

Niel.2.4. John Darrach Apr1,1863-Mar6,1880. He was born in Nine Mile Creek, Lot 65, P.E.I., and died in Canoe Cove. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

Niel.2.5. Neil Darrach 1865-Mar8,1889. Born in Nine Mile Creek and died in Canoe Cove. Burial Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery.

Niel.2.6. Edward Archibald Darrach Jan28,1870-1941 + Bertha Singleton 1884-1971. 2 daughters - Lillian Carr and Margaret. Buried in Long Creek Baptist Cemetery. ? 1891 census could be ‘Archibald’.

Niel.2.7, Sarah Jane Darrach May23,1873- Born in Nine Mile Creek.

Niel.2.8, Ann Darrach 1881- Lived with Archibald and Margaret in 1881 census.

Niel.3, Marrian Darrach June21, 1818- Born in Colonsay, Scotland.

Niel.4, Jane "Jessie" Darrach Dec24,1820- + MacNeill. She was born on P.E.I., and baptized Nov3,1821, at St.Paul’s Anglican Church, in Charlottetown. She is named in her brother, Archibald’s will. Will was Apr14, 1893.

Niel.5. Duncan Darrach 1824-Oct18,1892. His name is inscribed on Archibald’s stone at the Canoe Cove Presbyterian Cemetery. He may have moved around a lot by the accounts of the census. He may not have wed.

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"MISSING LINK" - MARY JANE DARRACH (1863)

Note: There a number of Mary Darrachs in this genealogy file, but no exact match. Most likely she would be third or fourth generation. If she were born in the third generation, then the genealogy file would look like this:

?.?.n, Mary Jane Darrach 1863-1934 + John Gouldrup Inman 1864-1949. She was a seamstress, who lived in boston before marriage, and then farmed in DeSable, P.E.I..

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?.?.n,1. CHRISTOPHER BLANDING INMAN 1898-1973 + Adelaide E. Gorrill. They had no children. He served in World War I, and was exposed to mustard gas, and developed T.B, but lived until he was 75, in Hamilton, Ontario.

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?.?.n,2. GEORGE HARRIS INMAN 1900-1948 + Grace Eliza Sellar 1912-2006, married in 1929. He left school at Grade 6 to help on his father’s farm, and then farmed until his death.

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

FOR

"A GENEALOGY OF THE 1806 P.E.I. DARRACHS"

(Females listed in their maiden names)

Adams, Hannah Mae - A.1.5,1,
Beck, Benjamin J. - D.8,6.1.6. - Mar8,1912-Oct13,1970
Beck, Constance "Connie" - D.8,6.1.7, - Feb10,1914-Jul24,1985
Beck, Elsie Sarah - D.8,6.1.10, - Aug30,1920-Dec14,1992
Beck , Hubert Watson - D.8,6.1.4. - Oct6,1907-
Beck, Jennie Harriet - D.8,6.1.11, - Apr9,1923-May13,1985
Beck, Katherine Elizabeth - D.8,6.1.3, - Oct18,1905-Jun17,1995
Beck, Mary Lillian - D.8,6.1.1, - Jan6,1902-Nov9,1982
Beck, Olive Euphemia - D.8,6.1.2, - Oct7,1903-Oct15,1960
Beck, Vivian Belle - D.8,6.1.5, - Oct28,1909-Aug4,1989
Beer, Arnold - D.1.7.4,4. - 1921-2001
Beer, Florence Mary - D.1.7.4,1, - Dec19,1912-Dec27,1969
Beer, John Eugene - D.1.7.4,3. - Mar21,1917-Nov22,2004.
Bell, Alexander - M.1,6. -
Bell, Angus - M.1,3.
Bell, Kate - M.1,5, -
Bell, Malcolm - M.1,2.
Bell, Neil - M.1,1.
Brooks, Catharine - D.8,7B.3,2, - Sept25,1914-
Brooks, Fanny - D.8,7B.3,1, - Sep13,1911-
Burke, Fraser - D.7.7.7,1,1. - deceased.
Burke, Stephen - D.7.7.7,1,2.2, Died in a fire.
Cammack, Joyce Marie - ?.Donald.6.3A.4,4, - May11,1943-Nov10,1966 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Campbell, Alexander "Colin" - D.9,1.1. - Sept23, 1877-
Campbell, Anna Fraser - D.8,7B.4, - Jul1,1893-May28,1974
Campbell, Annie - D.8,1.1, - Aug,1868-
Campbell, Annie Hillard - D.8,6.1, - Jan24,1880-Aug5,1961
Campbell, Angus - D.9,4. - Oct24,1858-Jul27,1916
Campbell, Angus - D.9,4.9. - May13,1916-May17,2001.
Campbell, Archibald - D.9,4.3. - Jun27,1902-Mar6,1984
Campbell, Chester "Waldo" - D.8,5.1. - Jan30,1887-Nov20,1961
Campbell, Colin - D.9,3. - Apr26,1856-Jan7,1930
Campbell, Daphine Mercy - D.8,5.1.2, - Oct22,1923-Oct14,1945
Campbell, Daphne - D.8,5.3, - Dec18,1889- died in infancy.
Campbell, Duncan - D.9,1. - Oct9,1850-Oct22,1925
Campbell, Duncan - D.8,3. - Possibly 1847-
Campbell, Earl, - D.8,6.10. - 1902-1969
Campbell, Elliot - D.9,3.2. - Mar27,1898-
Campbell, Elmer Roy - D.8,6.4.2. - May26,1919-Aug7,1973
Campbell, Emma Jean - D.8,6.7.1, - 1923-1993.
Campbell, Ethel Lorraine - D.8,5.1,4, - Nov4,1931-1998
Campbell, Ernest - D.9,3.1. - Jan27, 1896-
Campbell, Ernest Oliver "Ernie" - D.8,5.4.3. - Mar21,1928-Jun14,1971
Campbell, Flora - D.9,7, - Aug6,1864-1934
Campbell, Florence "Ethel" - D.9,1.4, - Nov5, 1883-
Campbell, Florence "Flora" - D.9,4.2, - Jan24, 1896-Oct10,1990
Campbell, Gordon - D.9,1.8. - June14 or 19, 1892-Sept28,1975
Campbell, Hector - D.8,6.4. - Nov26,1887-1963
Campbell, Helen Jane - D.9,4.4, - Mar19,1905-Oct10,1998
Campbell, Henry "Harry" D.8,6.5. - Jul30,1890-Dec11,1958
Campbell, Isabel - D.9,2, - Jan20,1854-1939
Campbell, Isabella "Belle" - D.8,8, - Aug24,1860-Dec.1901
Campbell, Isabella "Belle" - D.8,7B.5, - 1894-1950
Campbell, James Hector - D.8,5. - Nov12,1854-Apr16,1933.
Campbell, Janet "Jen" Bernice - D.8,6.9, - Dec20,1900-Nov18,1974
Campbell, Joan (or Jean) - D.8,7B.6.1, - 1930-1930 .
Campbell, John - D.8,1. - 1842-1873
Campbell, John - D.9,1.2. - Feb28, 1879-
Campbell, John Archibald - D.9,8. - Jun30,1867-
Campbell, John Charles - D.8,7B.7. - Jun17,1907-Sept18,1983
Campbell, John Darrach - D.8,6.3. - Apr8,1886-Sept30,1916.
Campbell, John "Duncan" - D.9,1.8.7. - Dec4,1924-1979
Campbell, John Earl - D.9,4.7. - Oct31-Mar26,1954.
Campbell, Laura - D.7.3,2,2, 1905-
Campbell, Lewis "Lawrence" Elmer - D.8,7B.6. - 1898-1960
Campbell, Lillian - D.9,1.3, - Feb27, 1882-
Campbell, Lottie Ruth - D.9,1.7, - Feb15, 1889-Nov7,1907
Campbell, Malbon Hector - D.8,5.6. - Nov24,1895- 1982
Campbell, Marcia B. - D.8,7B.7.1, - Mar5,1939-
Campbell, Margaret - D.8,4, - Jun15,1850-Feb1,1940
Campbell, Margaret "Maggie" - D.9,4.1, - Oct2,1894-Dec12,1899.
Campbell, Margaret "Maggie" Lillian - D.8,6.2, - Aug24,1883
Campbell, Margaret "Peggy" - D.9,6, - Aug6,1864-1945.
Campbell, Margaret "Peggy" Elizabeth - D.8,6.6.1, - Sep30,1940-Apr12,1989
Campbell, Mary - D.8,2, - c. 1844-
Campbell, Mary - D.9,5, - Jun20,1861-
Campbell, Mary Lillian - D.9,1.6.1, - Oct30,1914-Apr9,1998
Campbell, Mildred "Millie" May - D.9,4.6, - Jun27,1909-
Campbell, Neil - D.8,7. - Jan15,1857-Sept25,1934
Campbell, Neil Hector - D.8,7A.1. - Aug12,1884-died before 1934
Campbell, Nina Mabel - D.9.1.5, - Apr16, 1885-
Campbell, Norman Leslie - D.9,1.8.6. - Apr4,1923-Nov2,2004
Campbell, Oliver Miles - D.8,5.4. - Nov10,1891-Jan24,1976
Campbell, Pearl Gladys - D.9,4.8, - Nov27,1913-July12,1994.
Campbell, Percy - D.8,6.8. - Oct30,1898-
Campbell, Preston Duncan - D.9,1.6.2. - May25,1920-Mar8,1945.
Campbell, Rankin - D.9,1.6. - May28, 1887-Mar18,1969
Campbell, Roderick "Rorie" - D.8,6. - Oct18,1855-Feb20,1921
Campbell, Roy Bertram - D.8,5.5. - Oct10,1893-Nov28,1970
Campbell, Scott - D.9,1.8.9. - -1994.
Campbell, Selma Evelyn Euphemia - D.8,6.6.2, - Dec12,1942-Jul28,1998.
Campbell, Sidney Irving - D.8,5.1,3. - Jul24,1927-Aug28,1999
Campbell, Stella - D.8,7B.3, - May18,1891-Sept22,1971
Campbell, Sydney Maythorn - D.8,6.6. - Nov17,1893-Dec3,1957
Campbell, Thelma Marguretite - D.8,7A.1.1, - 1913-
Campbell, Walter Bertram - D.8,5.4.1. - Aug12,1921- Sept21,1987.
Campbell, Walter L. - D.8,5.2. - Jun3,1888- died in infancy.
Campbell, William - D.8,7A.2. - 1886-
Campbell, Wilmer "Billie" Archibald - D.8,6.7. - Feb5,1896-Feb15,1963
Collier, Judy - D.1.9,3a,
Connell, Helen Gertrude - D.8,8,2,4, - Apr 1923-1923.
Connell, Maurice Alphonus - D.8,8,2,2. - 1918-1923
Cranford, Kerensa Leigh - D.7.8.5.6.1,2, - Sept2,1973-Apr12,199?.
Darrach, Agnes Gertrude - M.3.3.1, - June1891-July4,1984
Darrach, Alexander - D.1.5. - Sept5,1839-1912
Darrach, Alexander Campbell - M.3.8. - Jan12,1864-Jan24,1864.
Darrach, Alexander "Sandy" D. - A.1. - 1812-
Darrach, Alexander Thane - M.3.2.6. - May25,1896-1965
Darrach, Amelia Lenore "Lennie" - M.3.2.5, - Apr31,1894-1945
Darrach, Angus - see introduction - 1746-Mar4,1813
Darrach, Angus - D.2. - Oct. 4, 1806- June 27, 1859.
Darrach, Angus - M.4. - Feb13,1819-1901.
Darrach, Angus - A.4. - 1818-Feb.1,1892
Darrach, Angus - D.1.6. - Jan1,1844-Mar11,1929
Darrach, Angus - D.2.9. - Dec18,1851-Mar8,1870.
Darrach, Angus - A.2.3, - Oct17,1842-
Darrach, Angus - A.1.6.1. - Jan25,1886-Nov3,1969
Darrach, Angus Alexander - M.7.2. - 1868-1919.
Darrach, Angus Fulford - D.1.7.8. - May 10,1885-Nov1,1959
Darrach, Angus H. - D.1.6.7. - 1878-1897.
Darrach, Angus "Hector"- D.2.2,2B. - Mar1,1861-1933
Darrach, Angus Neil - D.7.7. - Dec 24,1859 - Aug 24, 1924.
Darrach, Ann - D.7.1, - 1841 - 1917.
Darrach, Ann - D.1.5.2, - June27,1872-
Darrach, Ann - Niel.2.8, - 1881- . (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Ann "Annie" - D.1.1.5, - Mar19,1870-Dec3,1901
Darrach, Annie - A.1.5, - Sept30 1856-
Darrach, Annie Jane - A.1.6.6, - July2,1894-Oct14,1978
Darrach, Annie Margaret - D.7.7.3, - Nov 18, 1886 - Mar 5, 1968.
Darrach, Annie (Nancy) - D.8, - 1820 - Aug 5, 1862.
Darrach, Annie Pearl - A.1.6.1B.8, - July18,1938-July18,1994
Darrach, Archibald - A. - 1786-?.
Darrach, Archibald - J.2. - 1823-June11,1899
Darrach, Archibald - D.2.10. - Oct9,1852-April30,1870.
Darrach, Archibald - ?.?.Archibald. c.1839-Oct8,1912 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Archibald - Niel.2. - Mar2,1816-Mar13,1894 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Archibald Forbes - ?.Donald.2. - Dec1,1850-Apr16,1867. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Aubrey - D.7.5.1.5.1a. Nov13,1945-Aug,1992
Darrach, Barbara Ann - D.7.5.1.4.5, May21,1948-Jan20,2001
Darrach, Bella - Niel.2.2, - 1859- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Belle - J.2.6, - 1865-1936
Darrach, Bertha - D.1.5.5a, -
Darrach, Birtha Helena - D.7.5.7, - Nov9,1899-1973.
Darrach, Blanche Ethel - D.7.7.6, - Aug 13, 1893 - Nov 7,1918.
Darrach, Calvin Samuel - A.1.7.1.2. - Died young.
Darrach, Caroline "Carrie" - J.2.7, - 1868-1933
Darrach, Catherine 1776-1844 (see in the ‘Introduction’ and the McAlders in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Catherine - J.4,
Darrach, Catherine - A.1.8, -
Darrach, Catherine - D.1.1.1, - Mar5,1861-Apr3,1923
Darrach, Catherine - D.7.8.n, - 1894-1981
Darrach, Catherine - ?.?.Archibald.1, - 1871- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Catherine - Niel.1, - Feb6,1813- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Catherine Bell - D.3.2, - July8,1847-
Darrach, Catherine "Katie" Elizabeth - D.1.6.5, - 1873-June25,1904
Darrach, Catherine "Kitty" - D.9, - 1823 - Sept12,1897.
Darrach, Catherine "Kitty" - D.1.8, - Apr11,1850-Apr7,1925
Darrach, Catherine "Kitty" - D.7.3, - 1849 - Mar 27, 1931
Darrach, Charles - ?.Donald.1. - Jun5,1848- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Charlie Beaton - D.7.7.4.1. - Mar6,1919-Dec3,2001
Darrach, Chelsea Lynn - D.1.1.10.2.5.1, - Feb27,1992-
Darrach, Cheryl Lynne - M.3.2.6.3.1, - Oct19,1955-
Darrach, Chester - D.1.1.12. - Apr6,1889-
Darrach, Christena Iva - D.7.7.2.3.3.2, - Mar23,1983-
Darrach, Christina - ?.Donald.9, (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Christina "Christy" - D.1.3, - July8,1835- 1922
Darrach, Colin - D.1.1.11.4. - 1920-1975
Darrach, Dan Victor - D.7.7.4. - Nov 22, 1888 - Dec 18,1944.
Darrach, Daniel John - D.1.7.5. - Apr22,1880-July20,1904
Darrach, David - D.1.7.7.4.1. - Jan8,1951-July11,2005.
Darrach, Dinney - D.1.5.6a. -
Darrach, Don Otis Carlos - J.1.1.3. - Dec28,1885-1942
Darrach, Dr. Donald - J.1.1. - Oct28,1845-Dec13,1921
Darrach, Donald - D.7.8.n. - Infant death.
Darrach, Donald - D.7.8.5.11. - stillborn
Darrach, Donald - ?.Donald c.1819-?1881 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Donald Alexander - ?.Donald.4. - Aug12,1855-Oct21,1883 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Donald Daniel Farquarson "Dan" - D.1.1.10. - Oct6,1881(?Oct6,1880)-1971
Darrach, Dorothy Blanche - D.7.7.4.2, - Sept29, 1920-May8,1969
Darrach, Dorothy Helen - M.3.4.1, - July20,1893-Feb9,1981
Darrach, Duncan - D. - 1775-Feb19,1853
Darrach, Duncan - M.6.
Darrach, Duncan - J.3.
Darrach, Duncan - D.1.1. -
Darrach, Duncan - D.2.3. - Oct1,1837-Mar30,1875.
Darrach, Duncan - D.3.1. -
Darrach, Duncan - D.7.5. - Jan14,1855-Feb14,1939
Darrach, Duncan - M.3.4. - Sept4,1855–
Darrach, Duncan - J.2.3. - Dec25,1853-1927
Darrach, Duncan - A.1.6. - 1861-Feb17,1949
Darrach, Duncan - D.1.1.11. - Jan19,1885-1932
Darrach, Duncan - ?.Donald.8. - 1862- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Duncan - Niel.5. - 1824-Oct18,1892. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Duncan Malcolm - D.1.1.10.7. - Feb9,1933-Apr3,1991
Darrach, Duncan William - M.3.2.3. - Dec19,1889-Apr21,1917.
Darrach, Duncan William - M.3.3.6. - May31,1903-Dec27,1903.
Darrach, Dougald Alexander "Alex" - D.1.1.10.2. - May25,1923-Apr2,2000
Darrach, Edith Jean - D.7.5.2, Apr29,1886-Jan1,1972
Darrach, Edward Archibald - Niel.2.6. - Jan28,1870-1941 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Effie - D.7.2, - 1847 - Mar 6, 1934.
Darrach, Eldie - D.1.7.10.n.- Deceased.
Darrach, Eldon "Eldie" Albert - D.7.5.1.5. - Feb22,1918-Mar22,1984.
Darrach, Eldon J.M. - D.1.7.10. - Feb8,1888-Jan30,1973
Darrach, Ella Pauline - A.1.6.1A.2, Nov24,1915
Darrach, Ellen Margaret - J.2.4, - Nov7,1856-Mar21,1933
Darrach, Elizabeth G. - D.1.5.1, - Oct23,1870-1889.
Darrach, Elizabeth "Lizzie" - D.1.1.6, - Jun6,1872 -1956
Darrach, Elizabeth Mary - M.3.6, - Feb4,1859-Feb23,1936
Darrach, Elizabeth Mary - M.3.2.1, - July13,1885-1977
Darrach, Emma Grace - A.1.6.5, - July2,1894-April 10,1970
Darrach, Eric Colin - M.3.4.2. - 1897-
Darrach, Ethel Eleonar - M.3.1.4.4, - 1911-Sept27,2002
Darrach, Ethel Elizabeth Shaw - M.3.1.3, - Sept29,1877-Sept29,1958
Darrach, Euphemia - D.4, - Dec 21, 1810 - Feb 26, 1831
Darrach, Euphemia - D.2.1, - May11,1833-1859.
Darrach, Euphemia - A.1.3, - Feb10,1852- Dec27,1875
Darrach, Euphemia - A.2.4,
Darrach, Euphemia "Effie" - D.1.2, - Jan 7,1833-Dec15,1906
Darrach, Euphemia "Effie" - Niel.2.3, - Sep20,1860-July30,1918 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Ewen - D.1.5.3. - 1876-
Darrach, Flora - D.1.1.8, - Jun7,1876-April 16,1904.
Darrach, Flora "Flossie" Ruth - D.7.8.n, - 1897-1966
Darrach, Flora Helen - Niel.2.1, - Mar3,1855- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Florence "Florrie" Catherine - D.1.7.1, - May6,1874-Sept3,1960
Darrach, Forbes - ?.Donald.1.1. - 1876- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Frances "Fanny" Catherine - D.1.7.4, - Jan4,1879-Sept3,1934
Darrach, Fred - M.7.4. - 1871-
Darrach, Garry Richard - M.3.3.3.5. - Apr28,1942-Dec9,1996
Darrach, George - A.1.6.3. - 1887-1956.
Darrach, George - ?.?.Archibald.4. - 1880- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, George - ?.?.?.na.1. - -1967 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, George "Neal" - D.7.8.?. - Jan24,1895-Jan12,1968
Darrach, Gordon Edwin - D.7.7.2.1. - Apr 28,1909 -Oct 12,1983.
Darrach, Grace "Griffey" - D.6, -
Darrach, Hector - D.2.6. - Aug15,1843-Feb,1862.
Darrach, Hector - D.1.1.3. - May28,1865-Dec19,1888.
Darrach, Hector - D.1.1.10.1. - 1921-1970
Darrach, Hector Alexander - D.1.7.7. - Sep8,1883-Dec7,1971
Darrach, Hector B. - D.1.6.9. - Feb6,1883-1912.
Darrach, Helen Alexandria - D.7.5.1.3, - Sept20,1912-Apr4,1992
Darrach, Herbert Craig - A.1.6.4. - 1893-1947.
Darrach, Hilda Maria - D.7.5.6, - Mar15,1895-1984
Darrach, Hugh - D.1.1.11.1. - 1914-Mar13,1999
Darrach, Hugh Alexander - M.3.3.3. - Mar29,1895-Apr11,1962
Darrach, Ian Gordon - D.7.7.2.1.1. - Sep 7,1946-Apr30,2004
Darrach, Ian Tuplin - J.1.1.4. - May19,1895-1942.
Darrach, Isabel Jane - D.1.7.9, - July8,1886-April 5, 1887.
Darrach, Isabella - D.7.6, Jul 1,1857 - Oct 2,1914
Darrach, Isabella - J.2.5, - 1861
Darrach, Ivan George - D.7.7.2.2. - Dec 24, 1910 - Dec 20,1992.
Darrach, Ivan Neal - D.7.8.5.4. - Dec24,1927-Sept16,2001
Darrach, James - J. - 1774-1855
Darrach, James - A.3. - 1817-1865
Darrach, James A. - M.7.3. - 1869-
Darrach, James Cornelius - ?.Donald.6. - Oct8,1858-June1,1920 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, James Semple - M.3.2. - Nov19,1850-Feb15, 1925
Darrach, James - J.2.8. - 1869-1936.
Darrach, James - A.1.2. 1849-
Darrach, James - ?.?.Archibald.7. - 1887- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Jane - A.1.1, - 1846-
Darrach, Jane "Jessie" - Niel.4, - Dec24,1820- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Janet - D.2.8, - Jan20,1848-June10,1866.
Darrach, Janet - A.2.1, - July18,1861[this date, or person, must be wrong = ??]
Darrach, Janet - ?.Donald.7, - 1859-Sept10,1873. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Janet (Jenny, Jennie) Ann - M.3.7, - Apr20,1861-Jan9,1954
Darrach, Janie F. - D.1.6.6, - 1874-1895.
Darrach, Jason Emil - D.7.8.5.12.6. - July19,1975-Oct13,1981
Darrach, Jean Elizabeth - M.3.3.5, - Sep22,1899-Jun26,1970
Darrach, Jeannette A. - D.1.7.7.4.2, - May1,1954-May3,1954.
Darrach, Jeffrey Neal - D.7.8.5.12.4. - Oct30,1970- July23,1991
Darrach, Jennie May - D.7.7.7, - Mar 17,1896 -Sept 15,1983.
Darrach, Jessie - J.1.4, - Died May 10, 1850, aged 3 months.
Darrach, Jessie - J.1.6, - 1855-
Darrach, John - D.1. - Jul 17,1803 -May 13,1874.
Darrach, John - M.3. - Apr24,1817-Oct27,1897
Darrach, John - J.1. - 1817-1891
Darrach, John - D.1.7. - July10,1846-Aug20,1925
Darrach, John - A.1.7. - ? - Mar13, 1920
Darrach, John - D.1.1.2. - Apr14,1863-Mar20,1905.
Darrach, John - D.1.5.4. - 1877.
Darrach, John - A.1.7.2.
Darrach, John - A.1.6.2.1. - Died at 12
Darrach, John - A.1.7.1.1. -
Darrach, John - ?.?.Archibald.6. - 1885- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, John - Niel.2.4. - Apr1,1863-Mar6,1880. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, John Amon - M.3.5. - Oct23,1857-Feb28,1858.
Darrach, John Angus - ?.?.?.na. - c.1879-Sept29,1934 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, John "Bevan" - M.3.2.2. - 1887-1892
Darrach, John Duncan "Jack" - D.7.5.1.6. - Feb2,1921-Oct18, 2006
Darrach, John "Jack" B. - M.7.1. - 1866-?.
Darrach, John "Jack" Murchison - D.7.5.3. - Sept30,1888-1964.
Darrach, John MacKaig - D.7.7.5. - May 3, 1892 - Sep 21, 1912.
Darrach, John "Tink" Angus - D.1.6.2. - Oct5,1867-
Darrach, Katherine Bell - D.7.7.1, - Jul 10,1882 - Oct 13,1948
Darrach, Katie - J.2.3.1, - 1891-1899.
Darrach, Kimberley Ann - D.7.5.1.4.1.1, - July15,1969-Nov27,2005
Darrach, Laura Blanche - D.7.5.4, - 1889-1945
Darrach, Laura Sterling - D.7.7.8, - Dec 2,1899 - May 28, 1976.
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Darrach, Lee Grant - D.1.7.6. - Mar10,1882-1953
Darrach, Leslie Janet - M.3.2.4, - Nov27,1891-1936
Darrach, Lillian May - D.1.7.11, - Dec 23, 1892. Died in infancy.
Darrach, Lionel - M.3.2.7. - Mar15,1909-
Darrach, Mabel Sophie - D.7.8.n, -
Darrach, Malcolm - M. - 1786-Jan26,1864.
Darrach, Malcolm - D.3. - Aug 5, 1809- Jul 27, 1869
Darrach, Malcolm - M.5. - 1819-1900
Darrach, Malcolm - D.1.6.3. - Jan2,1870-1903.
Darrach, Malcolm - M.3.1.1.1.2. - c.1933-Oct3,2003
Darrach, Malcolm Alexander - D.1.1.9. - May1,1878-1962.
Darrach, Malcolm John - D.7.7.2.3. - Dec 10,1919 - Sept 15,1996.
Darrach, Malcolm Shaw - M.3.1. - Dec61848-1911
Darrach, Margaret - D.2.5, - 1842-June19,1879.
Darrach, Margaret - D.7.4, Feb 1850 - 1937.
Darrach, Margaret "Maggie" - D.1.9, - May12,1854-Feb10,1935
Darrach, Margaret "Maggie" - J.2.2, - 1853-1917
Darrach, Margaret "Maggie" - D.1.1.7, - Apr20,1874-Apr17,1903.
Darrach, Margaret "Peggy" - D.5, - 1813-1892.
Darrach, Marie Margaret - D.1.7.7.2, - Jan21,1913-Jan22,1993
Darrach, Marilyn Jill - D.7.7.4.3.2.2, - Nov29,1977-Dec3,1977.
Darrach, Marjorie Grace - D.7.7.9, - Dec 13,1902 - Dec 19, 1982.
Darrach, Marrian - Niel.3, Marrian - June21, 1818- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Mary - M.2, - 1815-Feb26,1859
Darrach, Mary - D.2.4, - Jun30,1840-Jan,1866.
Darrach, Mary - J.1.3, - Died Apr.8,1850, aged 8 weeks.
Darrach, Mary - J.1.5,
Darrach, Mary - A.1.4, - March7,1854-1900
Darrach, Mary - D.1.1.4, - May28,1867-Oct.11, 1919
Darrach, Mary - D.1.6.1, - 1866 .
Darrach, Mary - ?.Donald.5, - 1857-Feb27,1875. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Mary - ?.?.Archibald.5, - 1882- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Mary Jane - ?.?.n, - 1863-1934 (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Mary Isabella - D.2.2,1A, - 186?-
Darrach, Minnie Margaret - A.1.6.1B.6, - Apr5,1935-1980
Darrach, Muroe - D.7.8.5.4.4. - Feb8,1954-Jan29,2005
Darrach, Myrtle Marie - D.1.7.7.1.3B, Died in infancy.
Darrach, Nancy - see introduction - c.1780
Darrach, Neil - M.7. - 1821- Jan26, 1884
Darrach, Neil - D.2.7. - Mar17,1845-
Darrach, Neil - A.2. - Aug12, 1814 -
Darrach, Neil - Neil. c.1775- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Neil - Niel.2.5. - 1865-Mar8,1889. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
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Darrach, Neil Angus - D.7.7.2. - Jul 11, 1884 - Nov 28, 1967.
Darrach, Neil Archibald - D.1.7.3. - Feb22,1877-1954
Darrach, Neil Archibald - J.2.3.2. - Dec13,1895-
Darrach, Neil Clark - M.3.3.3.6. - July12,1944-died
Darrach, Neil Daniel - D.1.1.10.5. - 1929-Dec6,2003.
Darrach, Neil Bowman - D.7.5.1. - Sept3,1885-Feb12,1957
Darrach, Neil Ranous - ?.Donald.3. - May21,1853-Feb21,1873. (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Neill Angus - D.7. - 1818 - Sep 4, 1878.
Darrach, Norman Angus - M.3.1.2. - c.1875-Mar28,1961
Darrach, Olive Mabel - M.3.3.4, - Jun30,1897-Apr24,1987
Darrach, Orman - D.1.1.11.7. - 1927-Nov28,2004
Darrach, Orville Bowness - J.1.1.2.1. - Nov11,1909-
Darrach, Oswald Leith - D.1.1.11.3. - Oct14,1918-Jan6,2005
Darrach, Percy Preston - D.7.5.5. - Nov19,1892-1967.
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Darrach, Preston Almon "Pep" - D.7.5.1.4. - Oct27,1915-Jan1,1988
Darrach, Rachael - see introduction - c.1769
Darrach, Ralph Semple - M.3.3.2. - Apr10,1893-Dec28,1917.
Darrach, Ronald Richard John - M.3.1.4. - Dec27,1878-Apr25,1967
Darrach, Roy Thomas - M.3.3.3.2. - Jun18,1926-Mar6,1993
Darrach, Ruby Harriet Isabel - J.1.1.1, - Sept30,1878-Feb25,1963
Darrach, Ruth - D.1.6.10, - 1886.
Darrach, Sadie Mae - M.7.2.1, - 1910-Apr4,2004
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Darrach, Sarah - M.1, - 1811-
Darrach, Sarah - D.2.2, - Feb25,1835-Feb,1865
Darrach, Sarah - M.7.5, - 1873
Darrach, Sarah - J.1.2, - Sept14,1847-Nov15,1922
Darrach, Sarah - J.2.1, - 1850-Mar17,1931.
Darrach, Sarah - A.2.2, -
Darrach, Sarah - A.2.3,1, - July27,1887-
Darrach, Sarah Jane - M.3.9, - June12,1866-Jan20,1940
Darrach, Sarah Jane - Niel.2.7, - May23,1873- (see in ‘Missing Links’)
Darrach, Scott - D.2.2,2B.1. - Oct19, 1897-June30,1981
Darrach, Seymour - A.1.7.1. - 1879-1970
Darrach, Sydney Harlold - M.3.1.1. - Dec8,1873-Nov11,1956
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Darrach, Verna - D.7.7.10, - Nov 13,1906 - Mar 10,1995.
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Darrach, Waldin Garnet Hammond - J.1.1.2. - Jun3,1882-Feb 4,1917
Darrach, Walter Henry - A.1.6.2. - Jan25,1886-
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Darrach, William Alexander - M.3.3. - Oct24,1853-Oct12,1939
Darrach, William D. - D.1.6.8. - 1881-Aug10,1900.
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Gallant, Ferdinand - D.8,4,4. - 1881-
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Gallant, Georgina "Georgie" - D.8,8,4, - Feb,1888-
Gallant, Gertrude - D.8,4,1,1, - 1903-1961
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Gorrill, Dorothy Mae - A.1.6.5,7, - 1926-1988
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