Person:Ann McDonald (11)

Watchers
Ann McDonald
  1. Ronald McDonaldAbt 1812 - 1878
  2. Angus McDonald1819 - 1902
  3. John McDonaldAbt 1820 - Abt 1820
  4. Ann McDonald1820 - 1912
  5. Donald MacdonaldAbt 1822 -
  6. Alexander P. McDonald1830 - 1891
  7. Arthur Archibald McDonaldAbt 1833 - 1897
  8. George McDonaldAbt 1836 - 1893
  9. Duncan MacdonaldAbt 1837 -
  10. Margaret MacdonaldAbt 1840 -
Facts and Events
Name Ann McDonald
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 25 Dec 1820 Glengarry, Upper Canada, Canada
Immigration[1] 1825 Canadafrom Scotland
Death[3][4] 23 Nov 1912 Mara, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Burial[2] 25 Nov 1912 St. Columbkille Roman Catholic Cemetery, Uptergrove, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Other? Died unmarried aged 93
Reference Number? 6774
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Census Records
    1901 Census, Ontario, Simcoe East(113), Orillia Town(i-6), p. 12.

    QUAY 3 #15, McDonald, Ann, aunt, single, born Scotland 25 December, 1820, age 80; emigrated in 1825; R. Cath.

  2. 2.0 2.1 obituary.
  3. obituary
    The Orillia Packet, 28 November, 1912.

    QUAY 3 "Miss Ann McDonald, one of the pioneers of the Township of Mara, died at the residence of her nephew, Mr. P. G. McDonald, on Saturday[November, 23], at the age of ninety-three. Miss McDonald was a native of Glengarry and was a daughter of Lieut. Alex. McDonald, who served at Waterloo...Since the death of her brother, Mr. Alex. P. McDonald, father of Mr. P. G. McDonald, she has resided with the latter. Internment took place in the family plot at St. Columbkills cemetery, Uptergrove, on Monday..."

  4. Ontario Death Register
    Simcoe Co. Deaths, 1912; #0129186-12.

    QUAY 3 McDONALD, Ann, f, died November 23, 1912, 93 years, born Glengary, cause - apoplexy, 3 days, d/o Alexander McDonald & Christina Cameron, infm - P.G. McDonald, Orillia