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From: "D. O'" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] annie may mcleod
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2007 18:34:37 +0000
Of the three entries for Annie McLeod listed in the 1881 Census for Compton county that I previously sent you, only one is living in Bury. That one is noted as being the daughter of Angus K. McLeod and Rosie Webster, Presbyterian religion.
There is no Presbyterian church listed in Drouin for Bury in that timeframe, although there are churches for United, Methodist and a Church of England in Bury/Lingwick. There is a Presbyterian church in Lingwick, but Drouin only shows records for 1849, '51, '52, '53. In short, there is no Presbyterian Church close to Bury for that 1876/77 period in order to look for a baptism.
Meanwhile Angus K. McLeod is listed in the 1901 Census as a widower with some of his children, as follows:
1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District: QU COMPTON (#150)
Subdistrict: Bury B-1 Page 4
Details: Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6519
McLeod Angus K M Head W Jun 15 1843 57
McLeod John C M Son S Sep 8 1877 22
McLeod Alice F Daughter S Nov 1 1879 21
McLeod Kenneth M Son S Dec 3 1881 19
McLeod Ida F Daughter S May 24 1884 16
McLeod Mu?d? M Son S Dec 22 1886 14
McLeod Willard M Son S Mar 30 1890
NB; the above census entry is flagged at John C. and Mu?d (Murdo?) with a note that John C. is grandfather of Robert McLeod and that Murdo is brother of John C.
> Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2007 07:50:27 -0700
> Subject: [Q-R] annie may mcleod
> Hi folks,
> I am looking for a birth of Annie May McLeod,Presbyterian, born about 1876 maybe in the Bury, Compton area.
> any help would be appreciated.
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