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More to follow hopefully , once we find an interested Anderson, who would be willing to help out ........

Anderson
of
Banffshire,  Scotland


John Anderson from what we have been able to determine, was a tailor by trade , a native of Banffshire, Scotland. He, so the story goes eloped with Lady Elizabeth Mitchell as her family disapproved of John's standing in life. John and  Elizabeth  emigrated to Canada with their children about 1844. ( on the 1851 Canada Census we find one George Mitchell and his family on the farm land neighbouring  James  , so the possibiliy that  Elizabeth was some sort of titled person may be in error) They settled on 100 acres of farm land near St. Etienne de Beauharnois ( Valleyfield) Quebec. John was offered cheap land on Mount Royal, but had turned it down as it was unsuitable for farming. Tailoring may have been a side line of his.

(There is a family story about  one  son, named  Robert  who became a violin player with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra., however   upon verifying the 1841 Scottish census and the 1851 Canada censes no record of such a person exits )

The only recorded son  James ( Jimmy)  Anderson, who was born in Scotland, was involved in mixed farming in the St. Etienne area, then he moved his family to Howick . His wife Helen Loynachan was a schoolteacher prior to their marriage.   Helen was born in Beech Ridge, Argenteuil Co, Que   (Just a bit below Lachute) .

The son of Jimmy and Helen ,  Jamie was a mechanic, he owned a garage in Lachute,Quebec, where it is said he constructed the very first mobile home , an ice fishing shack modified and mounted on a truck chassis so that he and his companions could move about easily when the ice fishing season began. A portable house on a truck frame is exactly what we call a mobile home in this age (1990). Jamie was invited to come to St. Lambert Quebec, to help his nephew Murray Macfie build a home on Curzon St., as they were building this particular home, his son Hillard (Hiddy) decided that he also was in the market for a home, so Jamie worked on both homes. It is said that Murray 's home on Curzon St. was constructed with half the necessary building products, and that Hillard's was constructed with the other half. This was just after the Second World War, the manufactures of steel products were just winding down their military operations and returning to their main products lines. Often Murray and Jamie would have to travel far and wide to locate the necessary building material as it became readily available at the different manufacturers. They often had to purchase what products were available as they came of the production line, and the first two houses were put together with odd sizes of wood and nails, as either not enough material could be bought at one time, or the product available was not quite the right type needed to do the work. The houses however had to be built and they were. Murray sold his house to his brother Arthur in 1961 and he in turn after having to put many expensive repairs in to the house sold it to a third party in 1985. Hillard just sold his Curzon Street house lately and moved out west near his son Watson

Jamie having gotten the knack of house building (just at the right time as St. Lambert was a booming little bedroom community, growing by leaps and bounds) began a home building career. His son Donald just lately sold the home Jamie built for himself and his wife, Jessie Stewart, in the early 1950's on Logan St. in St. Lambert. You can still walk around St. Lambert Quebec and notice the houses that Jamie built, they all have the same square type construction.

Jimmy and Helen's daughter Nina Virginia married Robin Macfie. Robin

Eric their third child moved out the the Canadian west as many young men were doing at one time, seeking their fortune in the adventurous newly opened farming land. About 1910 we find Eric at Grande Prairie, a homesteader, who also hauled freight by horse and sled from Edson to Peace River. He farmed the area in Tofiled and was also handy as at blacksmithing. Eric was an avid fiddle player, for that matter , Eric could play any musical instrument that he put his mind to.

Eva Anderson, married businessman John Hill, who imported toys and models under the name of Bordfelt Toys Ltd. They lived in a large house in the Toronto district.

Neil Anderson , was an accountant, he married Flora Thompson who died in 1968. Neil had been gassed in the first World War.  They had no children, they lived in St. Lambert Quebec, near the Montreal Golf Club. Neil died in Florida.

Muriel Anderson the last child born was a professional soloist in her youth. She married first a druggist Charles Wilson, and then William B  McCool, a newspaperman.

Muriel spent her live in Montreal, Toronto, Daytona and finally resided in Victoria at the time of her death. There was no issue from either marriage.



John Anderson 
1819-1915
Married
Eloped
Turfhillock
Banffshire Scotland
Elizabeth Mitchell
1809-1884

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Mary(Marion) Anderson
1840-
James Anderson
1842-1929

Margaret Anderson
1849-xxxx


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1841 Census  Scotland

Piece: SCT1841/148 Place: Botriphnie-Banffshire Enumeration District: 3
Civil Parish: Botriphnie Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: -
Folio: 3 Page: 4
Address: Turfhillock

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Surname  First names(s) Sez Sex    Age   Where Born Remakrs
Anderson  John  M  20  Tailor  Banffshire
 Anderson  Bettie  F  30  Banffshire
 Anderson  Mary  F  2  Banffshire

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1851 Census Canada

Ste Etienne, County Beauharnois Quebec

Name.................... Occupation Where Born............................................ Age

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1861 Canada Census

Ste Etienne, county Beauharnois , Quebec

Name..............................- Where Born..                                                                    Age             Married Status

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At  this point in time we see   indication that Mary  is listed as a widow, and we have a William Duff as a child of three    leaving one to believe that Mary had married  perhaps a Duff, who had  died  shortly after the  birth of  a son

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1871 Canada Census

Ste Etienne, county Beauharnois , Quebec



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William Duff the child of 1861  is not longer listed, yet Mary Ann is shown as being married, even though the have listed her last name as Anderson

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1881 Census
Ste Etienne, County Beauharnois, Quebec


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Mary Ann ( or Marion) and William Duff  are not longer listed ,  Margaret however has been recorded with the wrong age , depending on the  exact dates of the Census taking she should be 31 years of age  not  9  as shown  

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1891 Canada Census

Ste Etienne, county Beauharnois , Quebec

Name                                                      Sex                Age         Marital Status                  Where Born                                                                                                                                                                        Occupation

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 In 1891 during the Census taking period the Anderson's received a visitor by the name of George, now whether this was a George Anderson  as shown   it is not known  but it is believed the person's correct  name should be  George Mitchell   nephew to John,  first cousin to James,  A George Mitchel can be found listed  on the 1851 Canada  census living on the neigbouring property to John Anderson and his family

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Information taken from the 1901 Canadian census states that John  and James arrived in Canada in 1844 , from Scotland



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James Anderson 
1841-1929
Married 
1882 
Beech Ridge Quebec
Helen Loynachan
1860-1932

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James Loynachan Anderson 
1885-1953
Nina Virginia Anderson 
1887-1876
John Erick Anderson 
1892-1978
Eva Margaret Marion Anderson
1894-1984
Robert Neil Anderson
1897-1965
Muriel Helen Anderson
1901-1994



1901 Canadain Census
Ste Etienne, County Beauharnois, Quebec

ANDERSON
John
Lodger
Jul 6, 1819
81
Scotland
ANDERSON James
Son
Sept 7, 1841
59
Scotland
LOYNACHAN
Helen
Wife
Apr 7, 1860
40
Quebec
LOYNACHAN Marion
Sister
July 5, 1840
60
Quebec
ANDERSON James
Son
Oct 7, 1885
15
Quebec
ANDERSON Nina
Daughter
Dec 19, 1887
13
Quebec
ANDERSON John E
Son
Apr 28,1892
8
Quebec
ANDERSON Eva
Daughter
Aug 12, 1894
6
Quebec
ANDERSON Neil
Son
Oct 11,1897
3
Quebec

Information taken from the 1901 Canadian census states that John  and James arrived in Canada in 1844 , from Scotland

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1911 Canadain Census

Ste Etienne, County Beauharnois, Quebec

Name First
Sex Relationship Civic Status Birth Month Birth Year
Age
Where Born
Occupation
ANDRESON James
M Chef
M Sept 1842
59
Que
Cultivateur

Helen
F Epouse M Avr  1860
40
Que

John M Pere V Juillet 1819 91 Que Rentier

James
M Fils
C Oct  1885
25
Quebec


Nina
F Fille
C Dec  1887
23
Quebec


Eric
M Fils
C Avr 1892
19 Quebec


Eva
F Fille
C Aout  1894
16
Quebec


Neil
F Fille
C Oct 1897
13
Quebec


Helen F Fille C Juillet 1900 10 Que
LOYNACHAN Marion F Belle-soeur M Juillet 1840 70 Que
DUFF Lorage M Domestic C Oct 1830 80 Que

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The 1911 Census was executed by a  French speaking person, and as happened when an English speaking person took the names and information in a French family  more often than not  mistakes were made in the  understanding, the spelling and interpretation of the information collected .  In this instant Anderson was written incorrectly ,   Neil was listed incorrectly as female and as a daughter , every one in the family was listed as being born in  Quebec, when in fact John the father, James the head ,  were born in Scotland . The fact that  Lorge, who is assumed to be George Duff is listed as a domestic at age 80   is odd, as I doubt  a male servant would be that age, George is either a boarder or  visitor  at this  time left to be decided.

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1921 Canadain Census

Town of Howick, County Chateauguay - Huntington, Quebec

Name First
Occupation
Sex Age Where Born
Date Immigrated
ANDERSON James
Head
M 79 Scotland
1851

Helen
Wife
F 61 Quebec

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This is the last Census on which James Anderson  born in  Scotland  is recorded   as he died in 1929



William J Stewart
James Loynachan Anderson 
1885-1953 
Married 
16 June 1914
Howick, Quebec 
Jessie Henrietta Stewart 
1893-1965 

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Stewart Anderson 
1914-
George Hilliard Anderson 
1922-2013
Donald Anderson 
1928-

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James Loynachan Anderson and his wife Jessie (28) are in Lachute by 1921, where Stewart appears as 6 years of age, James ( Jimmy)  is listed as a  what appears to be  owner of a garage,  they were living on  Cross Steert.


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Stewart Anderson
1914-
Married

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George Hillard Anderson
1922-2013
Married
Audrey Anne Watson
-1997

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Watson Anderson
Jill Anderson

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Watson Anderson
Married
Heather Findlay

v

Laurie Anderson

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Laurie Anderson
Married 
Steve Radcliff

v

Riley Ian Radcliff

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Jill Anderson
Married
Michel Unknown

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Donald W Anderson
1928-
Married
Charlotte E.(Sally) xxxxxx

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Susan Anderson
June Anderson

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Nina Virginia Anderson 
1887-1976
Married 
1912 
Howick Quebec
Robert Eugene Macfie
1885-1977

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George Murray Macfie 
1916-1988
Margaret Helen Macfie 
1917-2013
Robert Arthur Macfie 
1924-

For more on the Macfie line click on the appropriate name and it will direct you to their own page




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John Eric Anderson 
1892-1978
Married
Josephine Anna Floenes 
1897-1938

v

Rae Anderson 
192?-
Lina Josephine Anderson 
1925-1984
Arley Anderson 
1926-

 Eric and Josephine    are buried in Tofield Alberta


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Rae Anderson

1927-xxxx 

Married
Mary Morrison
v
No Issue



Gerald Victor Carveth - Gladys A Clarkson
Lina Josephine Anderson
1925-1984
Married
June 16,1948
James Carveth
1923-1986

v

Donald James Carveth
1952-
Rae Arthur Carveth
1955-
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Donald James Carveth
1952-
Married
August 23 1980
Ann Dass
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Arley Anderson
Married
Alwyn Kane
1931-

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Eva Margaret Marion Anderson
1894-1984
Married

John Ronald Hill

1895-1966 

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Ronald Malcolm Hill
1920-2014

Muriel  Hill
1925-1936
Mary Hill
1928-

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Ronald Malcolm Hill

1920-2014 

Married

Lois Mabel Duff

1920-xxxx

v

Lea Hill
Daughter Hill

                                                                                 MALCOLM R. (MAC) HILL

Obituary


MALCOLM R. (MAC) HILL March 31, 1920 - February 4, 2014 At Mississauga on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 in his 94th year. Mac was a longtime resident of Ridgegate Crescent in Etobicoke. He leaves Lois, his beloved wife of over 67 years, his son Lea (Kathy) and his granddaughter Dayna. Mac was President of Borgfeldt Toys (Canada) Limited from 1964, when he and his father bought the company, until he retired in 1989. He travelled extensively to Asia for over three decades, importing toys, hobby goods and seasonal decorations for the Canadian market. He was a life member of the Canadian Professional Sales Association, The Commercial Travelers' Association and the Canadian Toy Importers Association. Mac loved his golf, and maintained a single digit handicap for over forty years at the Mississaugua Golf & Country Club where he was a member for 62 years. In his retirement he took up bowling and joined the West Toronto Dental Bowling League. He also rekindled his interest in stamp collecting through the West Toronto Stamp Club. 



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Lea Hill

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Married

Katy Unknown

xxxx-xxxx

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Dayna Hill

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Robert Neil Anderson
1897-1965
Married
Flora Thompson
-1968

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Muriel Helen  Anderson
1901-1994
Married First

Charles Wilson

1882-1968

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Muriel  Helen Anderson
1901-1994
Married Second
William McCool

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LOYNACHAN  
 of
Argyleshire, Scotland




In 1834,  Donald Loynachan,  arrived in Canada and settled in the county of Argenteuil, at a location called Beach Ridge , neighboring the town of  Lachute, Quebec. Donald may have been a son of John Loynachan and Mary McAlester (McAllister)



Donald Loynachan
1808-1886


Married

Scotland

Margaret Dougall
1819-xxxx

v

James Loynachan
1839-xxxx

Marion Loynachan
1843-xxx

John Loynachan
1841-xxxx

Neil Loynachan
1845-xxxx

Thomas Loynachan
1847-xxxx

Catherine Loynachan
1849-xxxx

Thomas Loynachan
1847-xxxx 

Jane Loynachan
xxxx-xxxx

Mary Loynachan
xxxx-xxxx

Angus D Loynachan
1858-xxxx

Helen Loynachan
1860-1932

Margaret Loynachan
1863-xxxxx

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A story of Beech Ridge Argenteuil , Quebec 


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1841 Canada Census 1851 Canada Census 1861 Canada Census 1871 Canada Census 1881 Canada Census


On the 1841 Census  once can see Neil Loynachan  listed below Donald, there are three person in the family  one male aged  between  (       )  , one female aged  between  (   )   and one other female aged between (      ) 

 Donald on the other had has a household of  four  two males and two females

It is also to be noticed that one John Dougall is a close neighbour, this  family perhaps being  related  to Donald's wife Margaret Dougall

The 1851 Canada Census show that Donald's  mother  Christain  75 years of ages in living with them with no other mention of Neil  who may have died  by this time

The 1861 Census  has Donald  listed as  Daniel

On the 1871 Census we see Marion Dougall  a  widow of 81  living with the family , whether  or not Marion had come from Scotland to stay with the family or  if she was associated with the Dougall family  indicated on the 1841 census is left to question

The 1881 census is the last one on which we find Donald Loyanchan listed as he  died in 1886  , and is the last census  showing this family together  at the first settled  location of Beech Ridge Argenteuill Quebec

Cemetery stone in Lachute bears this notice -     Donald   Native of Campbellton aged 79




1881 Canadian Census , St Andrews, Arenteuil, Quebec

Donald LOYNACHAN  M   Male   Scottish   73   Scotland   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Margaret LOYNACHAN  M   Female   Scottish   61   Scotland   Presbyterian Canada 
Marion LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   40   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Angus LOYNACHAN  Male   Scottish   23   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Helen LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   21   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Margaret LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   18   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 




1901 Canadian Census lists

Angus Loynachan,  as a lodger, 44 years of age , born Quebec Nov 1 1856

he is living with the McLean family of Charlotteburg , Glengarry County Ontario



Helen Loynachan
1860-1932
Married
1882
Beach Ridge Qc

James Anderson
1842-1929

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James Loynachan Anderson 
1885-1951
Nina Virginia Anderson
1887-1876
John Erick Anderson 
1892-1978
Eva Margaret Marion Anderson
1894-1984
Robert Neil Anderson
1897-1965
Muriel Anderson
1901-1994


From what we have understood  Helen Loynachan was a school teacher and was posted to the country school in the Beauharnois area of Quebec, which is near Valleyfield Qc. The travelling from her home to her place of work was of a great distance. Even today with our highway system, making the journey from the Lachute area to the Beauharnois area, involves travelling over three bridges. There is no rail connection today and there does not appear to have been one at that earlier time either, even though many short lines of rail companies existed then. The fact that Helen was married from her father's home in Beach Ridge, indicates that either the marriage party was very small, or many people endured the trip to Lachute, which would speak well of the union.  Most probably a train would have be taken from Montreal to Lachute , however getting to Montreal would involve perhaps getting to La Prairie by boat up the Chateauguay River, then taking the train across the river at St Lambert as at that time there was only one train bridge across the St Lawrence River.( more to follow hopefully)


1901 Census Record



OTHER LOYNACHAN FAMILIES OF THE ARGENTEUIL QUEBEC AREA





Possibly another unrelated family , this Donald may have been the son of Donald Loynachan and More Drain


George and Ellen Catton  apparently origns in Spain
Donald Loynachan
1813-1873
Married
Beach Ridge, Quebec
Eliza Catton
1828-1883

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John Loynachan
1857-1883
Margaret Loynachan
1859-1945
Eliza Ann Loynachan
1853-xxxx

Janet ( Jane)  Loynachan
1865-1904

Mary Loynachan

 

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Flora Loynachan
1855-xxxx 

In 1881 Eliza ,  52yrs of age is living with Robert Gordon and Mary 's family , along with her own children Eliza Anne, Flora, John, Margaret and Jennet ......

(1881 Canada Census  St Andrews Argenteuil household number  342 )







Another Unrelated  Loynachan family
Mary Loynachan
1822-xxxx
Married
Beach Ridge Qc
Robert Gordon
1814-xxxx
v
Margaret Gordon
1845-xxxx
Mary Gordon
1847-xxxx
John Gordon
1853-xxxx
Albert Gordon
1869-xxx

Robert Gordon

xxxx-xxxx 

Jane Gordon 

xxxx-xxxx- 

William Gordon 

xxxx-xxxx 

James Gordon

xxxx-xxxx 




1881 Census - St Andrews , Argenteuil, Quebec

Robert GORDON  M   Male   Scottish   67   Ireland   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Mary GORDON  M   Female   French   59   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
John GORDON  Male   Scottish   28   Q <Quebec>   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Albert GORDON  Male   Scottish   12   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Mary GORDON  Female   Scottish   34   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Margaret GORDON  Female   Scottish   32   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Eliza LOYNACHAN  W   Female   English   52   Q <Quebec>   Church of England 
Eliza Anne LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   28   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Flora LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   26   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
John LOYNACHAN  Male   Scottish   24   Q <Quebec>   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Margaret LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   22   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Jennet LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   16   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 




An  unrelated  fanily freind from Lochgiphead  Scotland

Angus Loynachan
1820-1896
Married
Mary Blacklock
1822-1889

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Flora Jane Loynachan
           1854-1904
Mary Jessie Loynachan
           1854-1884
Duncan Loynachan
1848-
John Blacklock Loynachan
Angus A Loynachan
1857- xxxx

Donald Hugh Loynachan

xxxx-xxxx 

Ellen May Loynachan
1855-xxxx



Angus and his wife Mary are living in 1881  with Robert Moran and Mary Jessie and a  newly born son Edmond Moran ( 7mo)    (St Andrews Argenteuil household number  362)

1881 Census : St Andrews , Argentueil , Quebec

Robert MORAN  M   Male   Scottish   32   Quebec   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Mary Jessie MORAN  M   Female   Scottish   32   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Edmond MORAN  Male   Scottish   1 Born: Sept; 7/12   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Angus LOYNACHAN  M   Male   Scottish   63   Scotland   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Mary BLACKLOCK
 M   Female   Scottish   58   Scotland   Presbyterian Canada 
Flora Jane LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   27   Q <Quebec>   Presbyterian Canada 
Henry WHITE  Male   English   20   England   Presbyterian Canada 
Robert MASSIE  Male   English   14   England   Presbyterian Canada 





Mary Jessie Loynachan
1854-1884

Married

Beech Ridge Quebec

Robert Moran
1849-xxxx

v
Edmond Moran
1880-xxxx





Another Loynachan family - unrelated  from Argyleshire




John Loynachan
1821-1882

Married

Beech Ridge Quebec

Margaret Cowan 
1830-1879
v

Jane Loynachan
1858-1914
Mary Loynachan
1861-1937
Margaret Loynachan
1864-xxxx
John Loynachan
1866-xxxx
Isabella Loynachan
1868-xxxx
Flora Jessie Loynachan
1870-xxxx
Elizabeth Loynachan
1875-1912







1881 Census - St Andrews , Argenteuil, Quebec

John LOYNACHAN  W   Male   Scottish   60   Scotland   Farmer   Presbyterian Canada 
Jane LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   23   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Mary LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   20   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Margaret LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   17   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
John LOYNACHAN  Male   Scottish   15   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Isabella LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   13   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Flora Jessie LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   11   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 
Elizabeth LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   6   Quebec   Presbyterian Canada 




John the son married Nettie McAdam who died 1926 in Pasadena California
Jane ( Jennie) married Joseph Tinning of Montreal she died 22 Deb 1914
Mary married J B Taylor
Isabella married Peter Reid 06-Jan 1892 she died 29-Aug 1837, Peter died 21-Dec 1936, one son
J Harold Reid
Jessie married 22-Nov 1899 John Allen Ferguson
Elizabeth died 16 Mar  1912 wife of  K D Morrison, at Dalhousie Mills Qc
(St Andrews Argenteuil household number  360)




Duncan Loynachan
1848-xxxx
Married
Ellen Marguerite McGregor
1855-xxxx
v
Arthur J Loynachan
1881-xxxx
Gordon Loynachan
1896-xxxx





1881 Census - Ste Antoine Ward ; Montreal, Quebec

Duncan LOYNACHAN  M   Male   Scottish   33   Q <Quebec>   Clerk   Baptist 
Ellen M. LOYNACHAN  M   Female   Scottish   26   Q <Quebec>   Baptist 
Alexr. MCGREGOR  Male   Scottish   21   Q <Quebec>   Clerk   Presbyterian Canada 
Peter MCGREGOR  Male   Scottish   19   Q <Quebec>   Machinist   Presbyterian Canada 
Flora LOYNACHAN  Female   Scottish   24   Q <Quebec>   Tailoress   Presbyterian Canada 


1901- Canadian Census
LOYNACHAN
Duncan
Head
53
Jan 03, 1848
MCGREGOR
Margueite
Wife
45
June 16,1855
LOYNACHAN
Arthur J
Son
19
Nov 6 ,1881
LOYNACHAN
Gordon
Son
4
May 20,1896
MCGREGOR
Peter
Borther in Law
39
Oct 10, 1861
Wood
Ernest
Nephew
21
Sept 13,1879







Angus A Loynachan
1857-1925
Married
17 October 1883
Christina A Ford
1858-1943
v
Maud Isabel Loynachan
1885-1955
Ralph Ford Loynachan
1893-1949
Blacklock Angus Laynachan
1893-1927



1901  Canadian Census  St Antoine Ward, Montreal, Quebec

LOYNACHAN
Angus
Head
44
Jan 05,1857
FORD
Christina
Wife
40
Dec 20,1860
LOYNACHAN
Maud I
Daughter
15
Apr 20,1885
LOYNAHAN
Ralph F
Son
7
Sept 24,1893
LOYNAHAN
Blacklock A
Son
7
Sept 24,1893



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