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From: "E.A. Capstick" <>
Subject: [NS-CB-L] Fwd: Re: MacAulay, Munroe, Morrison
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 21:23:19 -0300



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>Subject: Re: MacAulay, Munroe, Morrison

> > Hello:
> > I am still searching for some information regarding my great great =
> > grandfather on my mother's side. My mother's name was Sarah Edna =
> > MacAulay born in Sydney 1924, her father was Norman MacAulay (born
1897)
=
> > married to Maryanne Munroe. Norman was also from Sydney and his wife =
> > Maryanne Munroe was from Reserve Mines or Dominion area. My great =
> > grandfather, Angus MacAulay (born about 1844) had a farm just
outside of
=
> > Sydney and was married to Sarah Morrison. =20
>
> > I would like to make the connection to Scotland and I know that my
great
=
> > great grandfather came over but I don't know when and whom he married.
=
> > It is believed that his name was also Angus which is quite possible.
>
> > I have no knowledge of the Munroe and Morrison families other than
the =
> > fact that Sarah Morrison came to Canada from the Isle of Harris, when =
> > she was approximately 5 years old.
>
> > Any information is greatly appreciated. I have met several of my =
> > cousins from Sydney and it was as though I had come home when I went =
> > back for a visit. I remember going there as a child and spending
time =
> > on the farm but my mother died when I was 9 years old and we never went
=
> > back.
>
> > Thank you in advance for any help.
>
> > Diane Reid-McConkey
> >
>

>
Ann


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