Baase Auger Allan McQueen


Alexis Mary McLaughlin




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         Father: Stephen Gary McLAUGHLIN
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth AUGER (1943-1983)





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Erin Elizabeth McLaughlin




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Wife Erin Elizabeth McLAUGHLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Stephen Gary McLAUGHLIN
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth AUGER (1943-1983)





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Lindsay Margaret McLaughlin




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Wife Lindsay Margaret McLAUGHLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Stephen Gary McLAUGHLIN
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth AUGER (1943-1983)





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Adopted Son McQueen




Husband Adopted Son McQUEEN (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: David McQUEEN (      -      )
         Mother: Anne






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Agnes Johnston McQueen




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Wife Agnes Johnston McQUEEN

           Born: Abt 1 April 1862
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         Father: Alexander McQUEEN (1825-1887)
         Mother: Mary Anne BOUCHARD (1837-1897)





Children

General Notes (Wife)

BURIAL: Data from Sharie Argue
Inscription on parents tombstone
Elora Municipal Cemetery, Elora, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada
Section D 24-12
(E) Sacred to the memory of James Mitchell who died Sept. 9, 1864 aged 7 yrs. & 1 day -
John Bogarde who died June 13 1881 aged 21 yrs. 8 ms & 16 days - McQUEEN
(S) Sacred to the memory of Alexander McQueen who died April 10 1887 aged 61 yrs. 3 mos. & 10 days and
Mary A. Bogarde wife of Alexander McQueen - born June 26 1837 died Jan. 11 1897 - Yea saith the Spirit that they may
rest from their labours and their works do follow them.
(W) Jessie Short died Aug. 26 1880 aged 16 yrs. 4 mos. & 18 days - Beloved children of Alexander and Mary McQueen
(N) Agnes Johnston died Sept 12 1867 aged 5 yrs. 5 mos. & 20 days - Helen Johnston died Feb. 22 1880 6 yrs. 6 mos. & 17
days - Asleep in Jesus' blessed sleep - From which none ever wake to weep.


Albert McQueen




Husband Albert McQUEEN

           Born: 21 August 1877 - Salem, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada
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         Father: Thomas McQUEEN (1831-      )
         Mother: Ann ALLAN (1840-      )






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Birth Notes (Husband)

Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1907
Certificate No. 033126
Born 21 August 1877
Albert
Male
Father Thomas McQueen
Mother Ann Allan
Rank/Profession of father: Gentleman
Signature of Informant: Thomas McQueen, Gentleman, Salem, Township of Nichol
Registered 1st September 1877
Name of ?? Dr. Paget of ?
Registrar: James McQueen


Alexander McQueen and Elizabeth Moran




Husband Alexander McQUEEN

           Born: 1861 - Mt. Forest, Ontario, Canada
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         Father: John McQUEEN (      -1905)
         Mother: Jennett SIMS (1838-1926)


       Marriage: 10 October 1894 - Atlanta, Montmorency Co., Michigan

   Other Spouse: Azile EICHORN (1870-1893) - 17 October 1887 - Alpena, Alpena Co., Michigan

Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation, Farmer, 1887-1894 - Hillman, Montmorency Co., Michigan

• Residence, 1887-1894 - Hillman, Montmorency Co., Michigan

• Residence, 1901-1940 - Maryborough, Wellington Center, Ontario, Canada




Wife Elizabeth MORAN

           Born: 1871 - Canada
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Noted events in her life were:
• Occupation, Dressmaker, 1894 - Hillman, Montmorency Co., Michigan



Children
1 F Rena Wave McQUEEN

            AKA: Wave (Mcqueen) Cadwell
           Born: After 1894
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           Died: Bef 1987 - Ontario, Canada
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         Spouse: (John) Alexander CADWELL (1899-1981)
           Marr: 7 June 1924 - Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada




General Notes (Husband)

RESIDENCE: About 1881 - 1900 Hillman Michigan

RESIDENCE: After the birth of daughter with Elizabeth the family moved back to Wellington Co. - Mayborough Twp.

RESIDENCE: From the book "Thru the years...Maryborough Tp Volume 1851-1998" The following is a list of property that was owned by Alexander McQueen in Maryborough 1920-1937(?) Houstonville con 8 , lot 65A (North of River) - just south of Moorefield 1925-1926 20 McGivern St.(north part), Moorefield 1930-1940 23 McGivern St., Moorefield The comment under 20 McGivern St. Alexander McQueen was a Manufacturer and Robert Johnston's relative - Stanley Johnston and his wife Edith were Postmasters. Robert owned the south part of 20 McGivern St. (this was very confusing to me - who was Stanley and Edith?, they did not own this property)
From Katherine & Ken Taylor taylork@telusplanet.net

BIRTH: birth place listed on marriage to Azile as Mt. Forest, Canada - Found in Grey Co.

CENSUS: The information on Alexander's birth date comes from the 1901 Canadian Census. This is now on-line (in scanned version) at the Canadian archives. Wellington Center, Maryborough, F-3, Pg 15, Family #153 (type in pg 14 on schedule 2)


Notes (Marriage)

Montmorency County Clerk Marriages
book 1 page 7 record 91
Marriage Date: 10 October 1894 Atlanta, Michigan
License Date: October 10 1894
Alexander McQueen 31 yrs. white of Hillman, Mich. born Canada Farmer fathter John McQueen mother: Jennis Sims - one marriage previous
to Elizabeth Moran 23 yrs. white of Hillman, Mich. born Canada Dressmaker father: John Moran mother: Mariah Hipson no marriages prev.
by Harvey Post Minister U. B. Church
Witnesses: Geo. J. Crawford of Atlanta, Mich. and Lucreita Crawford of Atlanta, Mich.


General Notes for Child Rena Wave McQUEEN

RESEARCHER: Ken Taylor <taylork@telusplanet.net>


Alexander McQueen




Husband Alexander McQUEEN

           Born: Abt 1865 - Ontario, Canada
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         Father: Thomas McQUEEN (1831-      )
         Mother: Ann ALLAN (1840-      )






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Alexander McQueen and Jean-Janet Mitchell




Husband Alexander McQUEEN

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       Marriage: 16 February 1788 - Kincardine By Doune, Perth, Scotland




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Children
1 F Janet McQUEEN

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2 M John McQUEEN

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3 M James McQUEEN

           Born: 15 March 1795 - Kilmadock, Doune, Perthshire, Scotland
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4 M James McQUEEN




           Born: 19 March 1798 - Kilmadock By Doune, Perthshire, Scotland
     Christened: 25 March 1798 - Kilmadock, Doune, Perthshire, Scotland
           Died: 29 September 1882 - Salem, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada
         Buried: 1882 - Elora Municipal Cemetery, Elora, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada
         Spouse: Helen McFARLANE (1792-1867)
           Marr: 4 May 1822 - Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland




Notes (Marriage)

Alexander MCQUEEN Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Jean MITCHELL
Marriage: 16 Feb 1788
Kincardine By Doune, Perth, Scotland
Source Information:
Batch number:Dates Source Call No.TypePrintout Call No.Type
M1136451760-1854 Film6903086FilmSheet:00


Death Notes for Child: Janet McQUEEN

Died Young


General Notes for Child Janet McQUEEN

CHRISTENING: Janet MCQUEEN Sex: F
Event(s): Christening: 30 Mar 1791 Stirling, Stirling, Scotland
Parents:Father: Alexander MCQUEEN
Mother: Jean MITCHEL
Source Information:
Batch number:DatesSource Call No.TypePrintout Call No.Type
7003314-0538194 FilmNONE
The above film number seems to be a film of submissions by LDS church members.


General Notes for Child John McQUEEN

This John is said to have emigrated to Canada also.

CHRISTENING: John MCQUEEN Sex: M
Event(s): Christening: 29 Dec 1792 Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Alexander MCQUEEN
Mother: Jean MITCHELL
Source Information:
Batch number:DatesSource Call No.TypePrintout Call No.Type
C1136241681-18541040115 Film6903095 FilmSheet:00

NOTES: In 1845 there was the following marriages:
From Gore District Marriages 1842-1855
Presbyterian Minister Peter Ferguson Esquessing Halton Co. Ontario
William McQueen to Elisabeth Livingston February 4, 1845 by License Wit: Have to look as I cut off when photo copied
John McQueen to Isabella Livingston February 4, 1845 by License Wit. Same as above


Death Notes for Child: James McQUEEN

Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1932
Name: James McQueen Senior
29 September 1882
Male
84 years and about 6 months
Retired Farmer
Born Doune, Perthsire, Scotland
Cause Entintis
Duration of Illness - 2 weeks illness
Dr. Savage
Signatures of Informant James Binney, Mason, Salem - son in law of deceased in whose house the death took place.
Registered 2nd October 1882
Presbyterian
Signature of Registrar: James McQueen
Cause of death & certificate by Dr. Savage
Certificate No. 019020


General Notes for Child James McQUEEN

Directory-County of Wellington-Pilkington
McQueen, James Con 2 Lot 11 freeholder
" " " 1 " 8 freeholder

Possibly?
1837 Toronto Census--
McQueen, James Con. 8 Lot 3 Gore of Toronto M250 Northern
Div.[Broderbund Family Archive #118, Ed. 1, Canadian Genealogy Index,
1600s - 1900s, Date of Import: 5 Mar 1997, Internal Ref. #1.118.1.58743.8]

Individual McQueen, J.
Event Living
Year 1871
Place Erin Township
Province of record source Ontario
County of record source Wellington
Source Gazetteer and Directory of the County of Wellington for 1871-2.
Publisher A.O. Loomis & Co.
Publication place Hamilton, ON
Publication year 1871
Volume/Page(s) 174
and
Volume/Page(s): 228
Individual: McQueen, James
Event: Born
Year: Abt 1794

Wellington County Directory and Gazetteer 1867 Ontario, Canada
originally published by Irwin and Burnham Publishers
Pilkington Township Residents in 1867.
Concession Lot
McQueen Alexander - 2 7 freeholder
McQueen James - 2 11 freeholder***
McQueen James - 1 8 householder
McQueen Malcolm - 2 6 freeholder
McQueen Robert - 2 12 householder
McQueen Thomas - 2 8 freeholder


NOTES: Blacksmith and farmer, helped to build the Brock Monument in Queenston Heights, and became reeve of Pilkington
From Jo Ann Allan <a href="mailto:jolinal@islandnet.com">jolinal@islandnet.com</a>

NOTES: Canadian Immigrant Records

NOTES: Surname Given Name Age Year of Record Occupation Source/Event Reference Others Comments
McQUEEN James 81 1875 Statement showing Militiamen of 1812-1815 who have applied to participate in the gratuity voted by Parliament in 1875 National Library of Canada: Parliamentary Sessional Papers, 1876, No. 7 page 66 Militiaman (1812-1815)

CENSUS: 1861 Census of Canada West Pilkington Township Wellington Co. Enumeration Dist. 16
pg. 45
line 32 James MCQUEEN Farmer bp. Scotland religion U.P. 62 yrs. Male Mariied Log House 1 story 1 family
line 33 Ellen MCQUEEN bp. Scotland religion U.P. 67 yrs. Female Married
line 34 James MCQUEEN bp. Canada West U. P. 33 yrs. Male Married
line 35 Ann MCQUEEN bp. Scotland U.P. 23 yrs. Female Married (wife of James?)
line 36 Robert MCQUEEN bp. Canada West U.P. Male Single
line 37 Jane Depue bp. Canada West U.P. 13 yrs. Female Single (non family member)
line 38 George Robinson bp. Scotland U.P. 35 yrs. Male Single (non family member)
line 39 Thomas McQUEEN bp Canada West U.P. 33 Male Single

CENSUS: 1871 Census Pilkington Wellington Co. Div A1 p. 61
McQueen, James 73 yrs. b. Scotland R. Presbyterian Orign Scotch Farmer Widower
McQueen, Robert 34 yrs. b. Ontario R. Presbyterina Origin Scotch occ. not listed Married January
McQueen, Elizabeth 25 yrs. b. Ontario R. Presbyterian Origin Irish Married January

BURIAL: Elora Municipal Cemetery, Elora, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada
Section D 25-14 (S)
James McQueen born at Doune, Perthshire, Scotland March 19, 1798 - died Sept. 29, 1882


EMMIGRATION: RG 17, vol. 2325 National Archives of Canada
Agricultural Questionnaire taken in 1853 Volume: 2325
Series of Questions from the Minister of Agriculture to an Emigrant Farmer No. 4
(photocopy from JoAnn Allan)
What is your name? James McQueen
To what Church do you belong? United Presbyterian
From what Country do you come? Scotland
What County? Perthshire
What Parish? Kilmadock
What was your Post Town? Doun by Stirling
What was your Occupation there? Blacksmith
When did you come to this Country? 1822
Were you Married or not? If you had any family, state their sexes and ages? Married - no family
Under what circumstances did you Emigrate? Necessity drove one out
What Age were then? 24
What means had you on your arrival in Canada? Not a Brock Copper
Where and when did you Settle? Esquesing in 1824, bu arrived in Pilkington in 1846
How did you acquire your Land, by purchase, free grant, credit or cash? Purchase - 5 years credit
What was the price of Land in the Township in which you reside, when you came here? $4
What is it worth now? $7
How much Land do you now own, cleared and uncleared 500 acres - 140 acres cleared
What is it now worth in cash? $2000
What is the price of Labor by the year, month and day, with and without board? With board $30 per year - L2.10 per month - 3/9 per day - without board
How many head of Cattle have you, horses, oxen, cows, sheep, pigs? 16 head cattle, 2 horses, 6 oxen, 12 sheep, 13 pigs
What are the prices of Stock? Cattle $70 per ???; cows $20 each; sheep $2 ; horses $80 to $100'; pigs $3 per 100 lbs. live
What are the prices of Produce? Wheat 3/9 bushel; oats 1/4 do; Barley 2/_ ou; Peas 2/6 ??
What is your average yield, per acre, of Wheat, Oats, Potatoes, &c ? 25 to 30 wheat; 30 to 40 Oats; 150 Potatoes
Name a leading or influential name in your native Parish? Henry Hume Drummond M.V.

EMMIGRATION: General Remarks: Since I came to Canada I have seen many "ups" and "downs", but my whole experience has proved to me that steady perservance and untimig? industry are the two great essentials to success. This is the poor man's country; and the settler has only to work to insure prosperity. Money is worth having, but a man can get along without it if he will. Labor is a article and a good trong arm is worth more than a log house, in nine cases out of ten, if a man knows how to use it. I did very well as blacksmith at eh building of Brock's monument - so well - that although it does not become me to boast- of it - I am now Reeve of the Township of Pilkington - but plodding, go ahead, never give in, hard labor has been my ??? capital. I have raised a large family and I find that the "olive branches" are the best timber to put spokes in the wheel. James McQueen of Pilkington

EMMIGRATION: witnessed by Charles Clarke JP

EMMIGRATION: Transcription from the inGeneas Database
McQUEEN, James
Record ID: 9344
Year: 1821
Comments: "Your Petitioners have for a considerable length
of time suffered many hardships for want of
employment and when employed the price given
for our labour is far from being adequit [sic] for
the support of ourselves and families"
Event: #i11: Glasgow Wrights Society petition to
emigrate to Upper Canada
Source: Transcribed from (film of) original documents held
in the collection of the National Archives of
Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42,
volume 159, part 2, reel C-11929
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NOTES: Surname Given Name Marital Status Occupation Year of Record Comments Source/Event Reference
McQueen James 1821 Glasgow Wrights Society petition to emigrate to Upper Canada Glasgow Wrights Society petition to emigrate to Upper Canada - 1821. 'Your Petitioners have ... suffered many hardships for want of employment and when employed the price given for our labour is far from being adequit to support ourselves and families.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, part 2, reel C-11929.

CHRISTENING: James MCQUEEN Sex: M
Event(s): Christening: 25 Mar 1798 Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland
Parents:Father: Alexander MCQUEEN
Mother: Jean MITCHELL
Source Information:
Batch number:DatesSource Call No.TypePrintout Call No.Type
C1136241681-18541040115 Film6903095 Film
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Note- this is the correct record for James. Note the Mitchell name is given to his grandchildren as middle names.
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BIOGRAPHY: from Sharie Argue sharieargue@imagewireless.ca
James born in Doune by Sterling, Perthshire, Scotland. Rec'd a fair public school education. After leaving school he apprenticed to be a blacksmith in Doune and became an excellent Blacksmith ...times were hard. Helen his wife was born in Stratgarnie, Perthshire, M. 1822. Newly weds set off for Canada three days after their wedding. Arrived in Montreal. He worked for a time in Montreal and then moved to St. Catherines Ontario. Here he worked on the building of the lock port canal. He was known as an excellent worker and was paid well. James also did the iron work at Brock's monument located at Queenston Heights. He was a staunch reformer and a warm admirer of William Lyon McKenzie whom he assisted in laying the foundation stone at Brock's monument. Having saved his money he moved in 1824 to Esquesing and bought a farm. The grist had to be carried to the mill a distance of 12 miles on his back. Farming was difficult, so he sold the farm and moved to the core of Toronto & he remained here for a decade. During his residence in Toronto he was incarcerated in the Gaol (jail) overnight as it was thought he was a rebel during the McKenzie Rebellion. He was a true Grit and only expressed his views! He sold out and in 1846 he purchased 500 acres of land in the Pilkington Twsp. near Elora on a 5 year credit. The price of the land was set at $4.00 per acre. His sons helped him clear 140 acres of land, build a house, and barn & put in a small crop. The farm was called Blythwood. In the 1853 agricultural census, James had 16 head of cattle, 2 horses, 6 oxen, 12 sheep, 13 pigs. He also grew wheat , oats, and potatoes. "Since I came to Canada I have seen many ups and downs, but my whole experiece has proved to me that steady perserverence and untiring industry are the two greatest essentials to success." direct quote. "This is the poor man's country and the settler has only to work to ensure prosperity." quoted in comments section 1853 census. "Money is worth having, but a man can get along without it if he will labour in a cash article; and a good strong arm is worth more than a log house in 9 cases out of 10, if a man knows how to use it. I did very well as a blacksmith at the building of Brock's monument, so well that all though it does not become me to boast of it, I am now Reeve of the township of Pilkington--but plodding, go ahead, never give in, hard labour has been my principal capital. I have raised a large family and I find that the olive branches are the best timber to put spokes in a wheel." He remained in Pilkington for 35 years. and his son and dau. in law were with him for part of the time. Census 1871. Member of Knox Presbyterian Church, (Elora area) d. Friday, Dec. 29, 1882 at the residence of his dau. Mrs. Mary McQueen Binney in Salem at the age of 85. He had been ill for quite a time, lingering illness. It was said that he was very opinionated, but he had a warm heart and did many kind acts. He was widely known and very much respected and at the time of his death, all 10 children, 61 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren were living.


Alexander Binnie McQueen and Janet Mitchell




Husband Alexander Binnie McQUEEN

           Born: 26 September 1877 - Pilkington, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
     Christened: 5 June 1878 - Pilkington, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
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         Father: Robert Johnstone McQUEEN (1835-1925)
         Mother: Elizabeth KERNIGHAN (1844-1921)


       Marriage: 19 March 1902 - Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada




Wife Janet MITCHELL

           Born: Abt 1878 - Arthur Township, Ontario, Canada
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Children

General Notes (Husband)

CHRISTENING: Church Records 1837-1900 Presbyterian Chursh in Canada - Knox Church, Elora Ontario FHL #207106
Baptisms 1837-1899 Item 2
Alexander Binnie b. Pilkington Date Born Sept. 26 1877 Baptised June 5 1878 by Revd. A. D. McDonald
Father Robert McQueen Mother Lizzie Kernighan Father's Occ. Farmer Residence Pilkington


Notes (Marriage)

Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922
Name:
Alexander B McQueen
Birth Place:
Pilkington Tp
Age:
24
Father Name:
Robert J McQueen
Mother Name:
Elizabeth Keringhan
Estimated birth year:
abt 1878
Spouse Name:
Janet Mitchell
Spouse's Age:
24
Spouse Birth Place:
Arthur
Spouse Father Name:
Francis Mitchell
Spouse Mother Name :
Margaret Fraser
Marriage Date:
19 Mar 1902
Marriage Place:
Wellington
Marriage County:
Wellington
Source:
Indexed by: Ancestry.com



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