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1. Fw: Information needed on MacNeily family, Nova Scotia, Canada [1]
Hello, I am in need of as much information as possible on the lineage involving a William Henry MacNeily (McNeily). He was born in Nova Scotia, married to Marjorie (Eaton) - the Eatons of which I have all the information I need. I believe his father as Foster and his mother was Ella (Gates). They had four children, Malcolm, Jack, Murray and Kathleen. I know Murray has a son Ian who was last of Ontario, and Kathleen was married to Douglas Reid in British Columbia. The lineage from Malcolm I have and is
2. Richard MACNEILL in Massachusetts [1]
Hi All, I'm doing some genealogy work for a friend who doesn't have internet access. She's just getting started in her search. We are looking for any information on a Richard MACNEILL b. abt. 1930 or so, probably in Suffolk, County MA. Boston most likely. He married Patricia Grace EUDY/EUDEY. Her father was Frank EUDY. She had sisters Jean EUDY and Isabell EUDY. As well as aunts, Beverly EUDY and Terry EUDY. This MACNEILL line comes to the US from Scotland via Prince Edward Island. Any hints, tips,
3. Re: McNeill - U.K. [1]
Hi Bob, Yes, I am beginning to realize that John McNeill (and variants) is a common name. I think I have isolated his marriage and maybe his birth. I haven't sent for confirmation of either as I am not sure the best place to do so. I only need a reasonable photocopy of each. I'll post any further information I may find. Bye for now, Barbara Bob Wilson wrote: > My MacNeals hail from Paisley, not far from Greenock, in > Renfrewshire, Scotland. The elder John MacNeal was born in 1802, the > younger born
4. McNeill - U.K. [1]
Hi Everyone, I have a branch of McNEILL in my family tree. Robert McNeill married Jane Victoria LePrevost in Jersey in 1885. Robert was born in Liverpool in 1859, his parents are John McNeill and Margaret Tinney who probably married 19th Nov. 1850 in Greenock. I have no other details. Has anyone any connection? Barbara
5. Re: McNeill - U.K. [1]
My MacNeals hail from Paisley, not far from Greenock, in Renfrewshire, Scotland. The elder John MacNeal was born in 1802, the younger born in 1840, both in Paisley. They came to the US together in about 1843. There could be some connection, I suppose, but I don't know what the link could be. There were an awful lot of MacNeals (and variant spellings) in Refrewshire in the 19th Century, and half of them seem to have been named 'John'. Bob Wilson - Stamford, CT, USA Barbara Gibb
6. MacNeil as a middle name [1]
Can anyone help me in regards to my query? Several of my grandfather's family have middle names that we would use as surnames today. My grandfather's family were Algie's from Scotland. The person I am referring to is Eleanor Cox MacNeil Algie (maiden name). Could this mean that at some stage there was a marriage between the MacNeil's and the Algie's? Thanks Sharron --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.320 / Virus Database: 179
7. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Hi Vince, Yes we have...I'm looking for info on his wives and children. :-) Sue ----- Original Message ----- From: "Vincent MacNeil" To: Sent: Sunday, November 13, 2005 8:06 PM Subject: Re: MacNeils of Barra > Hello Sue, > Have we communicated before? You already know John b. 1851's ancestry > and you are just looking for information on his siblings? Correct? > > Vince from the Piper MacNeil > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Sue"
8. MacNeils of Barra [1]
Hello out there, Anyone searching for help with MacNeils of Barra or Nova Scotia? I may be able to help! Vince MacNeil
9. Re: Gigha & Taynish [1]
Hello Dirmid, There is a little on the MacNeils of Gigha and of Taymish in a book called "The Clan MacNeil" by Robert Lister MacNeil who was the Chief of the Clan. I am one of the administrators of the Clan MacNeil DNA project and it would appear that the MacNeils are a genetically diverse group. We have a Barra Norse Viking group that has developed, a Barra Celtic group and a Colonsay Y-DNA signature appears to be developing. It would appear that MacNeils from various parts of Scotland do not s
10. Gigha & Taynish [1]
Dear MacNeil List, Two members of my family in 17th century Argyll in Scotland married ladies who were McNeills, but in neither case do we know from which family they came. Because Lt. Col. Dougall Campbell of Inverawe who married Anne or Agnes McNeill as his second wife after he had been for five years looking after the MacDonald of Largie lands in Kintyre, opposite the island of Gigha in Argyll in Scotland, I suspect that she may have been from the Gigha McNeill family. Dougall handed the lands of Larg
11. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Vince - I wish you could help me, but the MacNeils of Barra were up in the Highlands or the Islands, weren't they? Their tartan is different from other purported MacNeal/McNeal tartans, that much I know. My MacNeals originated from Paisley, Renfrewshire, and, quite impoverished, migrated to the US in 1845. They were humble folk. John, the head of household, was a tailor by trade. He plied his business in Newburgh, NY until 1874, when he passed away, having raised two boys, both of whom became successful mas
12. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Hello Bob, The MacNeils of Barra were always on the move as Barra could never support a large population. Your MacNeils could very well have moved from Barra. However, DNA testing is showing that MacNeils from various parts of Scotland are not related to each other. Vince ----- Original Message ----- From: Bob Wilson To: Vincent MacNeil ; MACNEIL-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, November 04, 2005 11:28 PM Subject: Re: MacNeils of Barra Vince - I wish you could help me, but the MacNei
13. Mary Ann (MacNeil) MacEachern [1]
I am attempting to find the date of death for Margaret (Mary Ann) MacNeil who was originally from Glengarry, Cape Breton. She was born in 1867, the daughter of Jonathan MacNeil and Elizabeth (Campbell) MacNeil. And she married Joseph (John) MacEachern. Is there anyone who may know anything about this family or when Mary Ann might have died? Thanks for any help. Helen Whyte Ottawa, Canada
14. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Hello Sue, Have we communicated before? You already know John b. 1851's ancestry and you are just looking for information on his siblings? Correct? Vince from the Piper MacNeil ----- Original Message ----- From: "Sue" To: "Vincent MacNeil" Cc: Sent: Sunday, November 13, 2005 8:22 PM Subject: Re: MacNeils of Barra > Hi! > These are the MacNeil's I am needing help with. > > JOHN MACNEIL, born in 1851 in Benacadie, Cape Breton
15. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Here are the families of John MacNeil's two wives: The family of wife number 1 See Mary Connell below: Name: Alexander "Sandy" Connell ---------------------------------------- Birth: about 1831[1] Father: Michael Connell (-<1859) Mother: Sarah MacNeil (~1795-1875) Marriage: November 23, 1858 Christmas Island, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia[2] ---------------------------------------- Spouse: Elizabeth Pembroke ---------------------------------------- Birth: about 1836[1] Father: Thomas Pembroke (-<1871) Mother:
16. Re: MacNeils of Barra [1]
Hi! These are the MacNeil's I am needing help with. JOHN MACNEIL, born in 1851 in Benacadie, Cape Breton Nova Scotia. He married MARY CONNELL born in 1860, daughter of ALEXANDER "SANDY" CONNELL and ELIZABETH PEMBROKE. They had two children: MICHAEL R (b. 1882) MARY (b. 1885) then in 1891 he married ANN "NANCY" MACNEIL,born in 1865, daughter of JOHN MACNEIL and MARGARET "PEGGY" FARRELL. They had 6 children: JOHN A. (b. 1892) ANGUS (b. 1894) JOSEPH (b. 1896) JOHN J.(b. 1898) JAMES (b.1900) MICHAEL (my gr
17. Rory Breac [1]
If there are any MacNeils or McNeils who are descendants from the old pioneer of Big Pond, Cape Breton - Rory Breac MacNeil - would you mind letting me know? I am trying to put together a three-generation descendancy chart; i.e. Rory, to his sons / daughters / to his grandchildren. I am a descendant of Rory's son, Angus, and his grandson, Jonathan. I certainly will be delighted to hear from anyone who can connect to this pioneer family that settled along St. Andrew's Channel at Big Pond about 1800. Than
18. Clan Chief [1]
In many accounts of the Clan MacNeil in the 18th Century, it mentions that the Chief, Roderick the Gentle, as he was known, "fought in several battles of the American Revolution". Could you please tell me how to learn the British Regiment in which Baron MacNeil served? Any help you may be able to offer me will be gratefully received. Thank you. Helen Whyte Ottawa, Canada.
19. BROWN and MCNEILL [1]
Good day all, The following is a summary of KAB MOOC 6/9/3995 found at the Archives in Cape Town and transcribed. Anybody see a connection? Flora MC NEILL, born Campeltown, Scotland to John and Helen MC NEILL (born Watson). She died on 17 November 1931 at House Monastry, aged 77. She was unmarried and living at No 2 Census Street, Cape Town. Her death notice was signed at Cape Town on 20 November 1931, by Madge F Brown (born McNeill)her niece, who was present shortly after death. Her will mentio
20. any information [1]
Good Evening. Would anyone on this list have any information on the parents of John MC ISAAC who married an Elizabeth (Lizzy) MC NEIL in Mira , Cape Breton on Jan 21, 1872 or who their siblings might have been. Audrey McIsaac
21. Thomas McNeil [1]
Hi, am looking for any descendants of Thomas mcNeil b 1820ish in Cockermouth Cumbria. Kind Regards Judy Marsden

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