Saturday, November 18, 2017

Short History Of Scotland


A Short History of Scotland....:


"In 1390 died Robert II.  Only his youth was glorious.  The reign of his son, Robert III. (crowned August 14, 1390), was that of a weakling who let power fall into the hands of his brother, the Duke of Albany, or his son David, Duke of Rothesay... ,"


"The Highlanders had been in anarchy throughout the reign; their blood was let in the great clan duel of thirty against thirty, on the Inch of Perth, in 1396. Probably clans Cameron and Chattan were the combatants."

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Abaco In The Bahamas



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An excerpt from the Pannebecker message board at Rootsweb:

"Thomas Brown was not only enterprising, he was well placed with both the outgoing and incoming governors. Brown was initially awarded two hundred acres on Abaco in the Bahamas...". He would do better than that. Before his Rangers left Florida, some of them had decided to live as Brown's neighbors on Abaco."

"Near him [Captain Smith, on land called Spencer's Bight] were Captain Alexander C. Wylly, author of "The Sketch of the Siege of Savannah," Captain Donald Cameron...Conrad Pennybaker...".

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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Cameron Disclosed His Plans


Map Of Cherokee Nation

A civil war was brewing, British Agent Alexander Cameron explained to the incredulous Cherokee.
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Friday, November 10, 2017

Capt. Donald Cameron, Canadian Fencibles


British Military and Naval Records (RG 8, C Series) - INDEX ONLY
Microform: c-11799
[Image  1410]



His removal to a Veteran Battalion recommended.
Quebec. 11-10-1811
c. 1218  p. 23

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Peggy McLean Alias Cameron


Heir and Devisee : H-1136:



9 November 1789
Peggy McLean alias Cameron, daughter of John Cameron (Charlottenburg, District of Lunenburg)
Assigned Lot 15 Front...Township of Young, District of Lunenburg

[Cross-posted at In Deeds]


Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Ida E.(Frappier) McGowan



...Dorcas Cameron and Emery Frappier were married  on November 8, 1880, in Cumberland, Russell, Ontario.  They were the parents of Ida E. Frappier.  Dorcas was the daughter of Archibald and Nancy (McMillan) Cameron.


Ida was the youngest child enumerated in this census:

Source - 1891 Canadian Census

Whites Township, Oneida, New York
Emery Frappiex Head M 42 Canada Fr
Doreas Frappiex Wife F 42 Canada Eng
Jeremiah Frappiex Son M 19 Canada Fr
Louise Frappiex Daughter F 18 Canada Fr.
Anna B Frappiex Daughter F 18 Canada Fr
Flora Frappiex Daughter F 17 Canada Fr
Ida E Frappiex Daughter F 15 Canada Fr
George Frappiex Son M 10 Canada Fr
Okilda Larvean Boarder F 19 Canada Fr


Ida married John H. McGowan per her memorial at FindAGrave.