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    04/04/2014 12:45:04
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information
    2. Home Harrington
    3. My ancestors were given land in Gaspe after fighting in the Revolutionary War but on the side of the Tories. They came from New Hampshire. Their name was Casse. The father was not happy in this area and moved to L'Orignal in Prescott Canada. The daughter of one of these Casse sons married a Macdonald who immigrated to Glengarry Canada in 1786 from Knoydart Scotland. There were already Scots living in Glengarry at this time. Some had come up from New England. Some of these Scots had left Scotland because of having fought in Culloden and were being hunted by the British for their actions. Many and lived for a while in New York. Were your Boyle family Highlanders? This family of Macdonalds were Catholic. Good luck in your search. Ann On 10/03/2014, at 6:10 AM, Jim Caputo wrote: > Dear list member, > > I am looking for information on the Boyle family who settled in what > is now present day Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. My investigations so far > have me believing that they originally came to North America from > Scotland previous to 1789 when they arrived in Gaspe. The first > Boyle to settle there was a James Boyle and his wife Mary > (Patterson, Curtis ?). They had several children. Some people > believe that they came to Gaspe from New England but have no > documentation for this. Members of the Boyle family settled in New > Brunswick during this time. Could this be a lead? > > Any help someone may be would be greatly appreciated. > > Jim > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message

    03/10/2014 08:41:57
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 9, Issue 4
    2. Jim Caputo
    3. Ann, Thank you for the information sent. It is appreciated. I am familiar with much that you have written. Members of the Cass family still live on the Gaspe coast as well as in L'Orignal. In both places they spell their name - Cass. (same family) We are about 10 kilometers from L'Orignal and located near the border of Prescott and Glengarry. Once in Gaspe the Boyle family attended the Anglican Church and I do not believe they were from the Highlands of Scotland, but who knows. By any chance are you from Harrington - north of Grenville, Quebec? Take care any new information on the Boyle family of Gaspe would be appreciated. Jim > From: scots-in-canada-request@rootsweb.com > Subject: SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 9, Issue 4 > To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com > Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 01:00:46 -0600 > > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Boyle Family Information (Jim Caputo) > 2. Re: Boyle Family Information (Home Harrington) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2014 15:10:20 -0400 > From: Jim Caputo <jfcaputo@sympatico.ca> > Subject: [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information > To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> > Message-ID: <COL128-W91EDB3D90720DBA9ECB9A2A1750@phx.gbl> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" > > Dear list member, > > I am looking for information on the Boyle family who settled in what is now present day Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. My investigations so far have me believing that they originally came to North America from Scotland previous to 1789 when they arrived in Gaspe. The first Boyle to settle there was a James Boyle and his wife Mary (Patterson, Curtis ?). They had several children. Some people believe that they came to Gaspe from New England but have no documentation for this. Members of the Boyle family settled in New Brunswick during this time. Could this be a lead? > > Any help someone may be would be greatly appreciated. > > Jim > > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 2 > Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 14:41:57 +1100 > From: Home Harrington <harrington@netspace.net.au> > Subject: Re: [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information > To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <DDFFCCA7-79D6-4FBF-B953-16D26688940D@netspace.net.au> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; format=flowed; delsp=yes > > My ancestors were given land in Gaspe after fighting in the > Revolutionary War but on the side of the Tories. They came from New > Hampshire. Their name was Casse. The father was not happy in this area > and moved to L'Orignal in Prescott Canada. > > The daughter of one of these Casse sons married a Macdonald who > immigrated to Glengarry Canada in 1786 from Knoydart Scotland. There > were already Scots living in Glengarry at this time. Some had come up > from New England. Some of these Scots had left Scotland because of > having fought in Culloden and were being hunted by the British for > their actions. Many and lived for a while in New York. Were your Boyle > family Highlanders? This family of Macdonalds were Catholic. > > Good luck in your search. > > Ann > On 10/03/2014, at 6:10 AM, Jim Caputo wrote: > > > Dear list member, > > > > I am looking for information on the Boyle family who settled in what > > is now present day Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. My investigations so far > > have me believing that they originally came to North America from > > Scotland previous to 1789 when they arrived in Gaspe. The first > > Boyle to settle there was a James Boyle and his wife Mary > > (Patterson, Curtis ?). They had several children. Some people > > believe that they came to Gaspe from New England but have no > > documentation for this. Members of the Boyle family settled in New > > Brunswick during this time. Could this be a lead? > > > > Any help someone may be would be greatly appreciated. > > > > Jim > > > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com > > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > > the body of the message > > > > ------------------------------ > > To contact the SCOTS-IN-CANADA list administrator, send an email to > SCOTS-IN-CANADA-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the SCOTS-IN-CANADA mailing list, send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > email with no additional text. > > > End of SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 9, Issue 4 > *********************************************

    03/10/2014 06:26:12
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information
    2. Cathie D
    3. Jim wish I could help you out but sorry I can't. Good luck with your family search...sometimes family "lore" is right but more often than not it's full of great stories but not much fact as I can attest too as well C Denney ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Caputo" <jfcaputo@sympatico.ca> To: <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2014 1:10 PM Subject: [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information > Dear list member, > > I am looking for information on the Boyle family who settled in what is > now present day Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. My investigations so far have me > believing that they originally came to North America from Scotland > previous to 1789 when they arrived in Gaspe. The first Boyle to settle > there was a James Boyle and his wife Mary (Patterson, Curtis ?). They had > several children. Some people believe that they came to Gaspe from New > England but have no documentation for this. Members of the Boyle family > settled in New Brunswick during this time. Could this be a lead? > > Any help someone may be would be greatly appreciated. > > Jim > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ----- > No virus found in this message. > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com > Version: 2014.0.4335 / Virus Database: 3722/7170 - Release Date: 03/09/14 >

    03/10/2014 05:02:16
    1. [ScotsInCanada] Boyle Family Information
    2. Jim Caputo
    3. Dear list member, I am looking for information on the Boyle family who settled in what is now present day Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. My investigations so far have me believing that they originally came to North America from Scotland previous to 1789 when they arrived in Gaspe. The first Boyle to settle there was a James Boyle and his wife Mary (Patterson, Curtis ?). They had several children. Some people believe that they came to Gaspe from New England but have no documentation for this. Members of the Boyle family settled in New Brunswick during this time. Could this be a lead? Any help someone may be would be greatly appreciated. Jim

    03/09/2014 09:10:20
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds
    2. bonniejt
    3. Thank you anyway ----- Original Message ----- From: Pam Stone <pamstone@cfl.rr.com> To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Sent: Thu, 06 Mar 2014 14:50:00 -0700 (MST) Subject: Re: [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds I have no idea. Everything I know, I included in the posting. Pam -----Original Message----- From: scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of bonniejt Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 1:43 PM To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds Hi I have McDonalds in New Brunswick. Could they be part of your family. All I have on them is two sisters, Mary and Sarah. born in 1845 and 1853 to a James and Rebecca. Not going to guarantee their parents. Have you come across them? BJ ----- Original Message ----- From: Pam Stone <pamstone@cfl.rr.com> To: SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 19:35:14 -0700 (MST) Subject: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/08/2014 02:33:10
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds
    2. Pam Stone
    3. I have no idea. Everything I know, I included in the posting. Pam -----Original Message----- From: scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of bonniejt Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 1:43 PM To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds Hi I have McDonalds in New Brunswick. Could they be part of your family. All I have on them is two sisters, Mary and Sarah. born in 1845 and 1853 to a James and Rebecca. Not going to guarantee their parents. Have you come across them? BJ ----- Original Message ----- From: Pam Stone <pamstone@cfl.rr.com> To: SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 19:35:14 -0700 (MST) Subject: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/06/2014 09:50:00
    1. [ScotsInCanada] McDonalds
    2. bonniejt
    3. Hi I have McDonalds in New Brunswick. Could they be part of your family. All I have on them is two sisters, Mary and Sarah. born in 1845 and 1853 to a James and Rebecca. Not going to guarantee their parents. Have you come across them? BJ ----- Original Message ----- From: Pam Stone <pamstone@cfl.rr.com> To: SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 19:35:14 -0700 (MST) Subject: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/06/2014 04:43:18
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI
    2. Pam Stone
    3. Thanks for the tip, Doug! Pam pamstone@cfl.rr.com -----Original Message----- From: scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Doug M Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 10:09 PM To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Hi Pam Doesn't look like there is a fit with my family tree. Most of my ancestors migrated to Montreal and then to the Selkirk territory in the west working for the Great West Company. Then coming back east to Ontario. Many Scots settled in Ontario around the Village of Glencoe. You might find something there. Doug McIntyre Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Bell network. From: Pam Stone Sent: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 9:41 PM To: SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com Reply To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/06/2014 03:01:56
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI
    2. Doug M
    3. Hi Pam Doesn't look like there is a fit with my family tree. Most of my ancestors migrated to Montreal and then to the Selkirk territory in the west working for the Great West Company. Then coming back east to Ontario. Many Scots settled in Ontario around the Village of Glencoe. You might find something there. Doug McIntyre Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Bell network. From: Pam Stone Sent: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 9:41 PM To: SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com Reply To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/05/2014 03:08:59
    1. [ScotsInCanada] LOOKING FOR ROSS & MACDONALD/MCDONALD FROM PEI
    2. Pam Stone
    3. Looking for the family of Neil Ross, b. 1848/1849, PEI; d. ca. 1882, Audubon Co., Iowa, USA; m. Margaret "Maggie" MacDonald/McDonald, b. 1847/1848, PEI. Neil Ross was recorded in 1871, aged 22, in Nova Scotia in the household of Murdo Ross, but at the end of the household enumeration, along with John Ross, aged 20. It seems obvious that Neil and John were not the sons of Murdo (Murdoch?), as they were literate, and all of Murdo's family members (including another John) were not. Next record of Neil was in PEI in Kensington, in 1873, when his and Maggie's oldest son was christened; the record states they were residents of Clifton at the time (now the town of New London in Lot 21, Queens County.) Next record of Neil & Maggie was the 1880 census of Audubon Co., Iowa; Neil was a blacksmith. The children of Neil & Margaret MacDonald Ross were: (1) William Leslie Ross, b. 1873, PEI; (2) Maude Ross, b. 1873, PEI (twins); Charles Alexander Ross, b. 1877, Iowa; and Anna May Ross, b. ca. 1880/1881. Neil's 1880 census record states that his father was born in Scotland, and his mother was born in PEI; Maggie's census record of the same year states that her father was born in CA (Canada), and that her mother was born in Scotland. I do not have a clue what happened to John Ross of the 1871 record(apparently Neil's younger brother?) Neil & Maggie have numerous American descendants. Can anyone help? Thanks so much! Pam <mailto:pamstone@cfl.rr.com> pamstone@cfl.rr.com Pam Stone < <mailto:pamstone%20[at]%20cfl%20[dot]%20rr%20[dot]%20com> pamstone [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com> Cocoa Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 17:43:49 (PST)

    03/05/2014 02:35:14
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] hey
    2. Kevin Hollie Miller
    3. http://andrologia.com.ve/yahoo.php?fcgwkvk865xcvyf.ht millerhk08 Kevin Hollie Miller ___________ God, I was a teenager in the mall obsessing about this cheerleader who would never go out with me, playing this videogame. -- J.C. Herz

    07/05/2013 01:51:01
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 9
    2. Wendy Miller
    3. Dear Allen, I am so sorry to hear of your health and other challenges. Many thanks for your work on our behalf. If you would send me a private email I would like to send you my friend's blog. He has recovered from prostrate cancer and is living a full life. Take good care, Sincerely, Wendy Miller -----Original Message----- From: scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:scots-in-canada-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of scots-in-canada-request@rootsweb.com Sent: March 31, 2013 3:01 AM To: scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com Subject: SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 9 Today's Topics: 1. List admin Retiring (Allen Lawrence) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2013 14:30:35 -0500 From: Allen Lawrence <awl1957@hotmail.com> Subject: [ScotsInCanada] List admin Retiring To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <SNT132-W3C97EDC15173E338829BABFDC0@phx.gbl> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Hi list, Due to personal problems, I am resigning as the administrator of this list. Before Mom died I was diagnosed with prostate cancer which was got to quickly, thank God, and other dealings I just have to stop and take the time to heal. I have enjoyed being with this list and hope we can find a new admin from this list. So if you want to become our New List Administrator, write me at awl1957@hotmail.com, with the list name in the heading. Thanks Allen The only people with whom you should try to get even are those who have helped you. John E. Southard "Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." - Thomas Jefferson ------------------------------ To contact the SCOTS-IN-CANADA list administrator, send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the SCOTS-IN-CANADA mailing list, send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 9 *********************************************

    03/31/2013 02:55:11
    1. [ScotsInCanada] List admin Retiring
    2. Allen Lawrence
    3. Hi list, Due to personal problems, I am resigning as the administrator of this list. Before Mom died I was diagnosed with prostate cancer which was got to quickly, thank God, and other dealings I just have to stop and take the time to heal. I have enjoyed being with this list and hope we can find a new admin from this list. So if you want to become our New List Administrator, write me at awl1957@hotmail.com, with the list name in the heading. Thanks Allen The only people with whom you should try to get even are those who have helped you. John E. Southard "Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." - Thomas Jefferson

    03/30/2013 08:30:35
    1. Re: [ScotsInCanada] SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 5
    2. Mary Morgan
    3. Sent from my iPhone On 2013-02-12, at 3:00 AM, scots-in-canada-request@rootsweb.com wrote: Today's Topics: 1. Spam on list (Allen Lawrence) 2. ScotsInCanada] Spam on list Apologies From NZ (Brian & Bobbie Amyes) 3. Apologies NZ Email servers were hacked in weekend (Brian & Bobbie Amyes) 4. Re: Apologies NZ Email servers were hacked in weekend (Allen Lawrence) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2013 09:23:05 -0600 From: Allen Lawrence <awl1957@hotmail.com> Subject: [ScotsInCanada] Spam on list To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <SNT002-W2189870BB4EDD79ECAA72CEBF0A0@phx.gbl> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Hi List, The Spam on the list has been taken care of, it could not have been taken care of any earlier due to the death of my mother last week. It was expected but not this soon. It was a very long week. Please if you see a link on the list and it does not look like it belongs to the history or subject dealing with the list DO NOT CLICK on it. In all likelihood it is Spam. Send your concerns to me at the admin address scots-in-canada-admin@rootsweb.com and I will take care of it. I would entertain having an assistant to help when emergencies do come up, if you would like to help write to me. Good Luck in your research Allen Lawrence List admin The only people with whom you should try to get even are those who have helped you. John E. Southard ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2013 11:11:58 +1300 (NZDT) From: Brian & Bobbie Amyes <bamyes@xtra.co.nz> Subject: [ScotsInCanada] ScotsInCanada] Spam on list Apologies From NZ To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <1360620718.99850.YahooMailNeo@web96001.mail.aue.yahoo.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Hello Allen I am forwarding on my Apologies to the Scots in Canada list. Though the Spam email supposed came from my email address, our email address was only one of hundreds that were hacked into in New Zealand. Xtra is the email service of main New Zealand telecom company 'Telecom' and it deals with its emails through Yahoo Nz and it was Yahoo NZ that was hacked in during the weekend. Telecom and Yahoo were a little slow to deal with it and so I am sorry names from my contact list were sent spam emails. ? ?In case any problem has actually got through to list members computers, please change email passwords and run all your virus software again as a backup. Aplogies again Bobbie Here in New Zealand ________________________________ From: Allen Lawrence <awl1957@hotmail.com> To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, 12 February 2013 4:23 AM Subject: [ScotsInCanada] Spam on list Hi List, The Spam on the list has been taken care of, it could not have been taken care of any earlier due to the death of my mother last week.. It was expected but not this soon. It was a very long week. Please if you see a link on the list and it does not look like it belongs to the history or subject dealing with the list DO NOT CLICK on it.? In all likelihood it is Spam.? Send your concerns to me at the admin address scots-in-canada-admin@rootsweb.com and I will take care of it.? I would entertain having an assistant to help when emergencies? do come up, if you would like to help write to me. Good Luck in your research Allen Lawrence List admin The only people with whom you should try to get even are those who have helped you. John E. Southard ? ??? ??? ??? ? ??? ??? ? ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------ Message: 3 Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2013 11:34:57 +1300 (NZDT) From: Brian & Bobbie Amyes <bamyes@xtra.co.nz> Subject: [ScotsInCanada] Apologies NZ Email servers were hacked in weekend To: "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <1360622097.34514.YahooMailNeo@web96004.mail.aue.yahoo.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 Hi fellow list members, ? I apologise for any inconvenience that I have indirectly caused. New Zealand's main telecom company 'Telecom' uses Yahoo Nz as its main server for emails through?its email service 'Xtra'. Over the weekend Yahoo was hacked into and hundreds, if not thousands, of New Zealand Xtra accounts were affected and spam has been pouring out from xtra.co.nz email addresses. Telecom and Yahoo were a little slow in dealing with the problem, hence you may have had SPAM coming through over the weekend and as late as Monday. They have dealt with the problem and Xtra customers have been advised to change their passwords and run their?virus checkers again. Though it looked like?the spam was coming from people's home computers, it wasn't. It was from the hackers.? ? Only yesterday?Monday 11th Feb was the all clear given?and hence I can now inform you of what happened as I was too scared to try anything on Sunday incase?sending any emails out might cause more contamination. ? Yahoo have recommended that people that might be effected such as this list to ? Check all the settings within your email; including checking that your security questions haven?t been changed. ? Change your password on your email account, and any other accounts you use the same password on.? Choose a strong password?help to keep yourself safe. ? Again Apologies Bobbie here in New Zealand ------------------------------ Message: 4 Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2013 22:06:06 -0600 From: Allen Lawrence <awl1957@hotmail.com> Subject: Re: [ScotsInCanada] Apologies NZ Email servers were hacked in weekend To: Brian & Bobbie Amyes <bamyes@xtra.co.nz>, "scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com" <scots-in-canada@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <SNT002-W118291DBDA435C6C776D329BF090@phx.gbl> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Bobbie, Thanks for letting us know what happened, I have removed the moderation on your email, so it will not be held up. I do appreciate when a member lets us know what is going on with their Internet provider and that they put a stop to the hacker. Look forward to your posts Allen Lawrence List admin The only people with whom you should try to get even are those who have helped you. John E. Southard ------------------------------ To contact the SCOTS-IN-CANADA list administrator, send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the SCOTS-IN-CANADA mailing list, send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SCOTS-IN-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of SCOTS-IN-CANADA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 5 *********************************************

    02/12/2013 08:25:46
    1. [ScotsInCanada] Apologies NZ Email servers were hacked in weekend
    2. Brian & Bobbie Amyes
    3. Hi fellow list members,   I apologise for any inconvenience that I have indirectly caused. New Zealand's main telecom company 'Telecom' uses Yahoo Nz as its main server for emails through its email service 'Xtra'. Over the weekend Yahoo was hacked into and hundreds, if not thousands, of New Zealand Xtra accounts were affected and spam has been pouring out from xtra.co.nz email addresses. Telecom and Yahoo were a little slow in dealing with the problem, hence you may have had SPAM coming through over the weekend and as late as Monday. They have dealt with the problem and Xtra customers have been advised to change their passwords and run their virus checkers again. Though it looked like the spam was coming from people's home computers, it wasn't. It was from the hackers.    Only yesterday Monday 11th Feb was the all clear given and hence I can now inform you of what happened as I was too scared to try anything on Sunday incase sending any emails out might cause more contamination.   Yahoo have recommended that people that might be effected such as this list to • Check all the settings within your email; including checking that your security questions haven’t been changed. • Change your password on your email account, and any other accounts you use the same password on.  Choose a strong password help to keep yourself safe.   Again Apologies Bobbie here in New Zealand

    02/12/2013 04:34:57