Tuesday, December 12, 2017

James Cameron, Late Of New York


New York Probate Records, 1629-1971  New York Proceedings 1851-1852 vol 13-14


13-449 [Image 226]
Petition of John Cameron
Of the City of New York
Executor of James Cameron, late of the County of New York
James Cameron died the 12th of December
County of New York
Surrogate Court
27 December 1851

Last Will and Testament....Isabella Cameron, the widow of the testator, and Mary C. Fraser, widow, the only child of the testator...


Name James Cameron
Event Type Death
Event Date 12 Dec 1851
Event Place Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Address 18 North Moore St.
Residence Place New York, N. Y.
Gender Male
Age 66
Marital Status Unknown
Birth Year (Estimated) 1785
Birthplace Scotland
Cemetery Remo. from City



Friday, December 8, 2017

James Cameron, Husband Of Margaret Stuart


Upper Canada Land Petitions (1763-1865)
Microform: c-2202


Petition 368 (f)
8 December 1843
Petitioner: John Stuart
6th Concession
Nassagaweya

...Donald Stuart served one year as a private in the 77th Regiment....and died in the service, his ant (sic) Margaret Stuart and her husband James Cameron served in the 77th Regiment a few years as a private, his ant Mary Stuart and her husband William Willson...Alexander Stuart, druggist, Kingston, Jamaica...

Petitioner's mother was a native of Kinsail, Ireland
"  " father (John Stuart) was a native of Grampian Hills, Perthshire, Scotland
" " was a native of Market Harbour, England, where he was baptized March 1783
Petitioner was a billeted militia ma


Note: Cross-posted at Detour Through History blog


Thursday, December 7, 2017

John Cameron, Son of Alexander And Jane (Sutherland) Cameron


From the Mary Beaton transcription:

Image 469  [Heritage.Canadiana.ca Film H-1807]
Lochiel
December 1820


John Cameron
Born on the 7th December and baptized on the 23rd
John Cameron, son of
Alexander Cameron and Jane Sutherland
Lot 20 7 Concession Lochiel

Note: Cross-posted at my Detour Through History blog

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Peter Cameron's Remorse


Remorse and Laudanam in the Daily Alta California, Volume 81, Number 155, 2 December 1889:
Victoria, B. C, December 1st.— Late last night Peter Cameron, a young machinist living in Nanaimo, committed suicide at the door of a young widow to whom he had been engaged. After the betrothal was broken off Cameron blackened her character by stories he circulated; then regretting his action he tried to effect a reconciliation, but failing in this he swallowed a dose of laudanum and died at her door holding her photograph in his hands.


Name Peter Cameron
Event Type Death
Event Date 30 Nov 1889
Event Place Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Gender Male
Age 38
Birth Year (Estimated) 1851
Birthplace , Scotland


Another newspaper's account (December 2, 1889, Vancouver Daily World, Page 4):

He Loved too Well. An estrangement of lovers was the cause of the sad suicide of Peter Cameron in Victoria on Saturday night from drinking laudanum. Cameron had fallen irrevocably in love with a widow named Mrs. McDonald and they had become engaged, but a quarrel arose. Cameron circulated damaging stories about his former love, but finally repented and sought a reconciliation. Mrs. McDonald would not renew the engagement and Cameron choosing death rather than rejection, took a dose of laudanum at a gateway on Quadra Street from which he was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital where be died in two hours.   



Sunday, November 26, 2017

Allan Cameron, Petition 99


Also published in my In Deeds blog.


CAMERON Allan Buckingham 1852
Year: 1852
Bundle: C 6
Petition: 99
Microfilm: C-1737

"Allan Cameron, as authorised by Power Of Attorney, applies for issue of Patent, for South half of Crown lot of land, No. 16 in 6th range of the Township of Buckingham, located on 26th November 1826, to Ewen Cameron 4th, now deceased."

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Allowed To John Cameron, Sr.


Heir and Devisee : H-1134:


Lieutenant Hugh McDonald
25 November 1787
Province of Quebec
Entitled to 500 acres of land
Charlottenburgh
1st and 2nd Concessions and half of No. 13
in 1st Concession
Has drawn a Lot (#14)


Allowed to John Cameron Senr
8th June 1803

Cross-posted at In Deeds blog