1 edition of A few remains of the Rev. James MacGregor ... found in the catalog.
A few remains of the Rev. James MacGregor ...
Photocopy. Originally published: Philadelphia : Joseph M. Wilson, 1859.
|Statement||edited by his grandson, the Rev. George Patterson|
|Contributions||Patterson, George, 1824-1897|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
He studied navigation and passed his exams under the late Captain Alex Cameron. The wrenched right leg and the bruises under the knee where it had passed over the edge of the wagon box were additional evidence of the awful plight in which Smith was thrown. After closing up some real estate business he has earned vacation. James Boyd, D.
At Campbelton [Campbeltown? Three of his sons bore commissions as officers in the British Army during the American War, but the deceased Isabella outlived all her relations, never married, her last master was the late Rev. There were in the neighborhood of veterans and their families present. Coincidence, or could the two have been sisters who married brothers or possibly sisters-in-law? Of this language two views may be taken.
He studied navigation and passed his exams under the late Captain Alex Cameron. McCarthy continued to follow his trade until his recent illness. It seems the Recorder often had difficulty with the spelling of "McGregor," but then so did the stone cutter who misspelled the name on the lovely granite monument at Green Hill. At 10 Wellington Square, Ayr, on the 12th instant, by the Rev.
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In many clans, he says, within two or three generations from the eponym, his name would be borne by his specific successors as chiefs, as their style; by his descendants collectively, as their clan name, and by his descendants individually, as their surname.
At Patterhill, Paisley, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. Moore was not in his room. The horse was discovered about a quarter of a mile from the body, grazing beside the road.
In this city [New York], at A. On the 27th ult. Previous to coming here he resided in Fultonville and conducted a tailoring establishment there. Lydia's daughter was Deborah, and on the census, I found a contemporary of Lydia's, Deborah Smith, also a widow, who had a daughter named Lydia.
Hamilton Paul, minister of the unified parishes of broughton, Glenholme and Kilbuckie, in the 81st year of his age. A transcript was made of the MS.
Smith died this morning, at his home on Union street, aged 80 years. He rented his land from the Provincial government, as did most at the time. Services at the church and grave were conducted by the pastor, Rev.
The sennachies of the other great families, comprised within the dominions of the Lords of the Isles, appear likewise to have all resorted to Ireland for instruction and training in their art. Murdock C. An attempt to explain the arms of Clan Gregor Before listing the genealogies and discussing the Baronage account, perhaps I should speculate on possible explanations.
For genealogical research the small Y-chromosome, passed from father to son, allows male line descent to be investigated for a few hundred dollars per test.
Lewis Casler, Amsterdam. The funeral service was conducted by her pastor Rev. At 46 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. I believe that Jane was John MacKay's second wife. On the 17th instant, by the Rev. The other stereotypes its sounds as spoken at the time; it is committed to writing without reference to the original form or primary shape of the words; and is of value in exhibiting the living dialects as spoken by the people.
The body was found by two young serving lads with her throat cut, between 5 and 6 o'clock on Sunday morning, lying in the inside of a dyke, close to the side of the Deeside turnpike, at Cults.
The funeral was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon and interment was made in the Broadalbin Cemetery. Julia Harrigan, wife of Michael Harrigan of 40 Brookside avenue, died at 4 o'clock this morning of general debility, aged 54 years.
James Macgregor, Ed.Letter from MacGregor. ; Seanchaidh na Coille/Memory-Keeper of the Forest. Anthology of Scottish-Gaelic Literature of Canada in original Gaelic with English translation, with historical and literary commentary.
(in Scottish Gaelic) (in English) James MacGregor. A few remains of the rev. James MacGregor, ed. by G. Patterson.
Sep 06, · Another Canada-related item is A Few Remains of the Rev. James MacGregor (), which contains works by an early Canadian antislavery activist, including “Letter to a Clergyman Urging Him to Set Free a Black Girl Held in Slavery,” first published in Nova Scotia in Author: John Miles.
Good condition with dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and creased with a few small tears. This is a heavy book and may incur extra postal and packing charges. Seller Inventory # Macgregor, G H C; Moffatt, Rev.
Professor James. Published by Hodder James G. Martin identified three surviving pedigrees of the early MacGregor chiefs,  all composed between c and c Two are found in the Book of the Dean of Lismore.  The Dean, Sir James (Seumas) and his family were based at Tulaich a’Mhuilinn near Fortingall at the mouth of Glen Lyon.
Pictou County has given two governors of Highland descent sylvaindez.com province— the late Hon. Duncan C. Fraser, of New Glasgow, for many years a prominent lawyer and member of Parliament; and Hon. James D. MacGregor, a grandson of the late Rev.
Dr. James MacGregor, and a. Memoir of the Rev James MacGregor D.D. Missionary of the General Associate Synod of Scotland to Pictou, Nova Scotia with Notices of the Colonization of the Lower Provinces of British America, and of the Social and Religious condition of the Early Settlers by his Grandson The Rev.
George Patterson ().