2 edition of genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia
Helen L. Cropley
1981 by H.L. Cropley in Scott Depot, W.V. (114 Quarter Horse Dr., Scott Depot 25560) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland.|
|Statement||by Helen L. Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W. Sutherland.|
|Contributions||Sutherland, Kathy W.|
|LC Classifications||CS90 .S85 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 386 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||82142902|
Donald M.G. Sutherland received his PhD in French History from the University of London in He has made his professional life’s work the study of the French Revolution. His first monograph, The Chouans: The Social Origins of Popular Counterrevolution in Upper Brittany, (), earned Honorable Mention in the Wallace K. Ferguson. The NICHOLSONs of Beaver Bank, Halifax County, Nova Scotia Descendants of Malcolm Nicholson Generation No. 1 M 2 NICHOLSON(? 1) 1 was born in Isle of Skye, Inverness, Scotland 2, 3, and died Ma in St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Halifax, Halifax, NS Canada 4, married SARAH WILSON Bet. Novem - in Nova Scotia, was born WFT Est. .
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Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W. Sutherland. Main Author: Cropley, Helen L. Kathryn Olivia (Sutherland) MacKinnon 12 Dec New Glasgow, Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada - 14 Jul managed by Susan O’Callaghan. Anne Isabella (Sutherland) Standish abt Donald Sutherland New Zealand managed by Mark Sutherland-Fisher.
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Isabella (MacKay) Mills abt Nova Scotia Donald Robert MacKay New South Wales, Australia - 19 Mar James Alexander MacKay Lincolnshire, England - Oct William Mackay 12 Apr Lairg, Sutherland, Scotland - managed by Tom Loghrin.
William and Bella Matheson of Sutherland were the last known Mathesons to arrive in Nova Scotia from Scotland. They took up residence in New Lairg in the 's. On Cape Breton Island we have already noted the settlement of Mathesons among the followers of Norman MacLeod in Victoria County.
Much of the history, especially of the early period is lost, but from surviving written sources the genealogy of the Clan is traced from Moray in the 12th century to a new pattern of settlement and expansion, first in Sutherland and Caithness, later in Scotland and elsewhere.
Donald MacDonald abt Port Hood, Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada - abt managed by Robert Tamarelli Eugene Alexander MacDonald 19 Dec Brandreth, Lewis, New York, United States - bef 09 Jan managed by Sheila x. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive.
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Full text of "Genealogy of the Martin family" See other formats. The Roscoe family of Kings County, Nova Scotia / Muriel V. Roscoe. by: Roscoe, Muriel V. Published: () A genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia / by Helen L.
Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W. Sutherland. References for Sutherland Root's from Jamie the Scotsman Sutherland Genealogy, Sutherland Family History There are profiles for the Sutherland family on Explore Sutherland genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree.
His family spread to Blandy, and wives in at least two generations were MacKays. The area was the old MacKay Clan Territory, and Sutherland was the next most common name. I am interested in all aspects of Tongue local and family history, and run an Email group of like minded souls.
Donald. Isabella Christina (Cameron) Fisher 28 Oct Albury, New South Wales, Australia - 02 Aug managed by Kerrie Garden Sarah (Cameron) Purcell abt Sheet Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - bef managed by Chris Jean-Louis.
Could add the Book of Dallas to the collection - The history of the family of Dallas, and their connections and descendants from the twelfth century by Dallas, James, ; R., C.
S Publication date Topics Dallas family, genealogy Publisher Edinburgh, Printed privately by T. and A. Constable Collection allen_county; americana. A genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia / by Helen L.
Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W. Sutherland. by: Cropley, Helen L. Sutherland Genealogy & History Sutherland is a powerful Scottish clan name, originating in the northern highlands county of Sutherland in the days of the Picts. Derived from Old Norse "suthroen", meaning southern, plus the suffix "land", its northern location seems odd, but Sutherland is situated south of Scandinavia and specifically south of.
Donald, his eldest son, has lived in New Glasgow for many years where he is greatly beloved. He has been an honored elder in St. Andrew's Church for nearly half a century. Hugh Ross was an elder in the United Church, New Glasgow, and died some years ago.
A genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia / by Helen L. Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W.
Sutherland. by: Cropley, Helen L. Published: () The Roscoe family of Kings County, Nova Scotia / Muriel V. Roscoe. SCOTISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY FAMILY HISTORY INDEX ALL ENTRIES. An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May ABERCROMBIE c T C of Tullibody - of Abercromby c - of Pitmedden & Birkenbog - of Fetterneir c - c of Glassaugh - c Nathaniel Sutherland's sister Isabella was apparently born inwhich would make her too old to be the Isabella Sutherland who died in I don't believe they were the same person.
Isabella Sutherland came to New Zealand with her brothers, Nathaniel, Daniel and John on the barque Jane, which arrived in Port Nicholson, New Zealand on InDonald Sutherland, my great grandfather, his sister Isabella Sutherland Rae and sister-in-law Jessie Johnston Sutherland traveled to New York from Toronto and sailed from there to Scotland aboard the Laurentian, a steamship of the Allen Line.
1 April - two indexes to the Scottish Genealogist have been added: volumes LIX-LXI, 13 March - A complete index covering volumes I - LVIII,is available to view or download. This page contains various documents that may be downloaded which may be of use to the researcher of Scottish Family History.
Sutherland was born on Jin Saint John, New Brunswick, the son of Dorothy Isobel (née McNichol; –) and Frederick McLea Sutherland (–), who worked in sales and ran the local gas, electricity and bus company. He is of Scottish, German and English ancestry.
Earl of Sutherland is a title in the Peerage of was created circa for William de Moravia and is the premier earldom in the Peerage of Scotland. The Earl or Countess of Sutherland is also the Chief of Clan Sutherland. The original line of earls of Sutherland had the surname "de Moravia" although they sometimes used the surname "Sutherland", taken from their hereditary title.
Patience Smith (Crowell) Nickerson 22 Nov Barrington, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada - 22 Aug managed by Taylor Worthington Gilchrist last edited 22 Feb Isaac C. Crowell. The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is a searchable database of passenger ships calling at P Halifax, Nova Scotia.
China: Many people from the UK went to China to seek their fortune. Bristol University has a very useful on line collection of China related items mainly 19th & early 20th century.
Emigration to Edinburgh. On the side of Frederick Mclea Sutherland, born 21 June - Nova Scotia, Canada, deceased in September aged 89 years old: with Lois Parker, born 2 January - Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, deceased 19 January - Nova Scotia, Canada aged 35 years old.
John Sutherland. Isabella Sutherland was born inat birth place, New York, to Fletcher Sutherland and Mary Sutherland (born Brink).
Fletcher was born on March 1in Pittsford, Rutland, Vermont. Mary was born inin Lyons, Wayne County, New York, United States. Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland for Creich Family History Library book B4sa, series 2, vol. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub.
) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion and social. LCCN NUMBER: CALL NUMBER: CSS85 AUTHOR: Cropley, Helen L.
(Helen Louise), A genealogical history of the family of Donald and Isabella TITLE: Sutherland of New Lairg, Nova Scotia / by Helen L. Cropley ; research associate, Kathy W. Sutherland. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive.
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He married (1) AGNES (NANCY) LOGAN 28 Decdaughter of JOHN LOGAN and MARY of Truro, Nova Scotia. (The MacKay Family Bible.) She was born 31 Oct in Truro, NS, CAN, HISTORICAL and GENEALOGICAL RECORD of the FIRST SETTLERS OF COLCHESTER COUNTY DOWN TO THE PRESENT TIME COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES BY THOMAS MILLER.
The Family History Index is an index of over 2, separate files deposited by researchers with the Society over a period of almost 50 years. Each file contains research on a specific family or number of families and there may be a number of files for a given family.
InDonald Sutherland, my great grandfather, his sister Isabella Sutherland Rae and sister-in-law Jessie Johnston Sutherland traveled to New York from Toronto and sailed from there to Scotland aboard the Laurentian, a steamship of the Allen Line.
Donald was born on February 12in Baddeck, Victoria, Nova Scotia, Canada. Arabella was born inin Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Isabella had 5 siblings: Annie Margaret Anne Campbell (born McKay), Farquhar Angus (Frank) McKay and 3 other siblings. A subsequent book on the history of Rogart claims that all the MacDonalds in Rogart had a common ancestor, probably in the late 17th century.
A Norman MacDonald of that era can be traced as being a near relative of Sir John’s family. The family of MacDonalds in. There are Sutherland letters that have survived which reported on all the neighbours and friends so I assume the Mowats also heard about their daughter’s new life and family.
Elizabeth and William had seven children, William, James, Donald, Christina, Isabella, George, and John. Clan Sutherland is a Highland Scottish clan whose traditional territory is the shire of Sutherland in the far north of chief of the clan was also the powerful Earl of Sutherland, however in the early 16th century this title passed through marriage to a younger son of the chief of Clan Gordon.
The current chief is Alistair Sutherland who holds the title Earl of Sutherland. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Catalog: A short genealogy of the Sutherland family in America — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.Port Roseway (now called Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada), was chosen for settlement by a group of United Empire Loyalists being evacuated from New York in before it fell into American hands.
Port Roseway was selected for its easy access to the lumber trade on the River St. John and the Bay of Fundy, and for the access that its harbour would give them to the European trade.The links on this page will take the researcher to a page of links.
The links, as far as possible, will be to on-line databases, transcriptions, digital images of Scottish books or sites of general interest.