Monday, December 5, 2016

Transaction Between Cameron And Baker In SC


From South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale at Fold3 (Index):



Fold3 also had the document (Page 240) of the transaction between Alexander Cameron and Joseph Baker (excerpt below):



Sunday, December 4, 2016

Dorcas (Cameron) Frappier



Source
Census Year: 1881
Surname: Fropien [FRAPPIER]
Given Name(s): Dorcas
Age: 22
Province: Quebec
District Name: Ottawa
Sub-District Name: L'Ange-Gardien (Village)

In 1881, Dorcas (Cameron) Frappier is living near her parents, Archibald and Nancy (McMillan) Cameron.  Living between Dorcas and her parents were Duncan and Margaret (Cameron) McMillan* and Archibald and Mary Ann (Cameron) Cameron. Dorcas, Margaret, and Archibald were siblings.
*Scott MacMillan was the source of the obituary


Source
Census Year: 1891
Surname: Frappier
Given Name(s): Dorcas
Age: 33
Province: Quebec
District Name: Ottawa (County)
Sub-District Name: Portland West


In 1900, Dorcas was living in Oneida County, New York:

Whites Township (south portion), 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



Saturday, December 3, 2016

Death Of Archibald Cameron


An excerpt reposted from my Detour Through History blog on 21 February 2010:

DEATH OF MR. A. CAMERON
Mr. Archibald Cameron, of L'Ange Gardien, died on Aug. 26, after an illness of only one week, at the ripe age of 90 years and three months. He was born in the County of Lancaster, on May 20, 1808, and removed to Buckingham Township over 65 years ago. During the early part of his life he was engaged largely in the lumber business, but later settled on the farm. For a number of years he was captain of militia in the Ottawa district. Mr. Cameron was a lineal descendant of Sir Ewan Cameron, chief of the Cameron Clan, who was better known as Lochiel. His father, Donald, was born in Argyleshire, and came to Canada in 1802; settling in Lancaster County. In July, 1838, just over 60 years ago, Mr. Archibald Cameron married Miss Nancy McMillan, who at the age of 79 years survives him, though somewhat feeble. Besides his widow he leaves three sons, six daughters, 40 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. One son, Duncan, is a resident of this city being an official member of St. James Methodist Church. Mr. Cameron was a man of integrity and sterling Christian character, and will be much missed by his family. He came of a military family, three of his uncles, Alexander, Duncan, and John Cameron, being British army officers. John Cameron fought in the Irish rebellion, and also in the war of 1812, in Canada, taking part in the battles of Chateauguay, Lundy's Lane, and Queenston Heights. Alex. Cameron fought in the battle of Waterloo, under Wellington, and Duncan in the Irish rebellion. [Obituary courtesy of S. MacMillan]




Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Charles Neil Cameron's Probate


Name Charles Neil Cameron
Event Type Probate
Event Date 1929
Judicial District Saskatoon

Petition of Margaret Cameron
Charles Neil Cameron, Professor in the University, Desceased
Died: 28 Nov 1929
Place of Death: Saskatoon
Margaret Cameron (widow)
Jean Cameron (daughter) 4 years (in Dec. 1929)
Margaret (daughter) 5 years (in Dec. 1929)


Source

A very nice biography of Charles Neil Cameron (1893-1929) here:


  • Born  July 20, 1893, in Greenoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland to Murdo and Ellen (Collins) Cameron

  • To Canada In March, 1903

  • Bachelor's Degree 1913

  • Master's Degree 1915

  • Enlisted in the 38th Canadian Infantry Battalion

  • University of Illinois in 1923

  • Married Margaret Shiel in 1923

  • Daughters Margaret Patricia and Florence Jean

  • Chemistry Professor until his death in 1929

  • Margaret (Shiel) Cameron died in 1994

Brothers Henry George Cameron and John Cameron (from military record online)




Sunday, November 27, 2016

Allan Cameron, Petition #6



Source



Year: 1853
Volume: 141
Bundle: C 7
Petition: 6
Microfilm: C-1738

Cross-posted in In Deeds



Friday, November 25, 2016

Probate For Peter Cameron


Saskatchewan Probate Estate Files, 1887-1931  Arcola 1926 (1074):


Peter Cameron
Single man
Occupation: Merchant
Resident of British Columbia
Died: 17 November 1925 in British Columbia
Survived by his father, John Cameron
Of Walkerton, [Bruce County], Ontario, Canada


Thursday, November 24, 2016