Person:Finlay McRae (7)

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Finlay John McRae
m. 24 Feb 1868
  1. Finlay John McRae1869 - 1939
  2. Catherine Isabella McRae1871 - 1950
  3. Colin Patrick McRae1873 - 1876
  4. Louis Vincent McRae1877 - 1880
  5. Ambrose Phillip McRae1879 -
  6. Mary Agnes McRae1881 - 1964
  7. Joseph Alexander McRae1884 - 1959
m. 24 Sep 1895
  1. Jeanette McRae
  2. Mary McRae
  3. Philip William McRae1896 -
Facts and Events
Name Finlay John McRae
Gender Male
Birth[1] 26 Jul 1869 Mara, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 24 Sep 1895 Brechin, Ontario, Ontario, CanadaSt. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church
to Janet M. McDonald
Death[2] 10 Aug 1939 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Burial[2] 12 Aug 1939 St. Mary's Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Reference Number? 3899
References
  1. Church baptism record
    Record at Ch. of the Guardian Angels, Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario; LDS film 1305890; p. 39.

    QUAY 3 Finlay Jno McRae, born Mara on 26th July, '69, baptized on 15th Aug. '69; son of Philip Mcrae, born Canada and Ann Hart, born Canada; sponsors: Jno. McRae, Mrs. A. Donnelly; by: K. A. Campbell, pastor

  2. 2.0 2.1 obituary
    The Orillia Packet and Times; 14 September, 1939.

    QUAY 3 Finley John McRae
    The. Calgary Albertan recently contained news of the death of Finley John McRae, seventy years of age, who died in Calgary on Thursday, August 10. Mr. McRae was a native of Brechin, and before going to Calgary seventeen years ago, resided in Kirkfield, where he was a Justice of the Peace. He was ill for only a short time. Deceased was a member of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic cathedral, and the Holy N ame Society. He was also a member of the Canadian Legion. In 1915 he joined the 109th Battalion at Kirkfield and went overseas. In France, in 1917, he was transferred to the 20th Battalion and remaine d overseas until 1918. Surviving are five daughters, Mary, of Calgary; Jeanette, of Prince Rupert; Isabel, of Toronto; Mrs. Gordon Walker and Mrs. 0. McCullough, Calgary; a son, Philip, of Calgary; tw o sisters, Miss Catherine McRae and Mrs. P. J. Egan both of Brechin; two brothers, Joseph McRae. Brechin. and Ambrose McRae, of Orillia. His wife predeceased him on March 20, of this year. Requiem mass was celebrated at St. Mary’s cathedraI on Saturday, August 12. Interment was made in St. Mary’s Cem..