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101 Diabetes McLeod, Elizabeth (I2152)
 
102 Did not find the registry entry. McElrea, Samuel (I2842)
 
103 Did not note other children after 1891 Quinn, Thomas (I3261)
 
104 Died aged 1 yr., 6 mos. according to burial record, St. Peter's Chapel McElrea, William (I2104)
 
105 Died aged 6 yrs. McElrea, Eliza Jane (I3080)
 
106 Died as a boy; no off-spring McElrea, Charles (I3058)
 
107 Died at the home of her niece, Margaret McElrea Goodfellow. McElrea, Ann Jane (I2107)
 
108 Died by drowning. McElrea, Robert Samuel (I2162)
 
109 Died in his sleep. McElrea, Donald Angus (I2155)
 
110 Died young. McElrea, Elizabeth (I3062)
 
111 Died, aged 10 McElrea, David (I3317)
 
112 Died, aged 93 Leslie, Martha (I2479)
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F100
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F115
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F167
 
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F188
 
117 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F97
 
118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F241
 
119 Donaghedy Parish, Tirkernaghan McIlrea, Rebecca (I3237)
 
120 During the clearances, many of Christiana?s family moved to Quebec while she and Donald went north to the Wick area, Caithness, Scotland. I found them there in the 1841 Census of Scotland. They had two children who emigrated with them about 1845: Daniel (or Donald) and Christine. There was also a Catherine who may have died before they left Scotland. [mg] Family F300
 
121 E-Mail: mail@osterhout.lib.pa.us Repository (R60)
 
122 Edmonton. Meek, James (I2254)
 
123 Emigrated with family to Baltimore McElrea, ? (I3185)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2234)
 
125 Ernest ran a garage and sold insurance. McElrea, Ernest Franklin Hewton (I2414)
 
126 estimated from age on 1880 census McElrea, Charley (I3450)
 
127 estimated from age on 1880 census McElrea, Emma (I3189)
 
128 estimated from age on 1880 census McElrea, Carrie (I3190)
 
129 estimated from age on 1880 census McElrea, Thomas (I3191)
 
130 Eva was a teacher who emigrated to New Zealand. McElrea, Eva Hope (I2320)
 
131 Family spoke both English and French; her arrival in Canada, 1845? Age: 67 Ingham, Catherine (I2147)
 
132 Farmed at Halesboro and at East Angus. Gillespie, George (I2151)
 
133 Father and mother of "foreign" birth McElrea, Thomas (I3219)
 
134 For confirmation of thought on death date, see Valcartier file. McKelray, Rose (I2881)
 
135 For their children, see Winnie's entry. It seems that after divorcing Winnie, Lloyd married her younger sister. McElrea, Winnie (I3345)
 
136 Found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Rogers, Robert (I2884)
 
137 Frank B. McElrea (1883-?)

Chiropractor.

Born at Sidney, Manitoba, 12 January 1883. Son of John McElrea and Jennie Allan. Married Hazel E. McLeish, 5 April 1920. Has two sons and a daughter. Educated at Sidney Public School, Carleton High School, Palmer School of Chiropractic. Has been in practice since 1911.Was overseas in the Great War, 1916-1919; introduced Canadian sport in England. Presbyterian. Recreations: Hockey, baseball, tennis and hunting. Address, 164 Simcoe Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba.


Source:

Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba
1925, Canadian Publicity Company, Publishers
Winnipeg - Montreal - St. John - Vancouver - Regina
Online version 2007, Manitoba Historical Society
http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/people/mcelrea_fb.shtml 
McElrea, Frank Borland (I2262)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2306)
 
139 Funeral from the Anglican Church, Way's Mills. Bearers were 4 nephews: W. A. Cramer, D. Davidson, Arthur Price, Herb Gillespie McElrea, Mary (I2113)
 
140 Funeral service at Barnston Baptist Church Tyler, Edith Gertrude (I2789)
 
141 Funeral service conducted by Rev. Mr. Cordner. Lord's funeral home in charge. McElrea, Ann Jane (I2107)
 
142 Funeral service was in the Barnston Baptist Church. Interment was in the Way's Mills Cemetery. She died at the home of her only child, daughter Myrtle and her husband, Fritz Pope, Barnston. Davidson, Lilly May (I2137)
 
143 Garry Pentland; Allan Whelan Repository (R62)
 
144 General Reference Branch
7th and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW 20408 
Repository (R8)
 
145 Granddaughter Linda Hackett says that she unveiled the plaque commemorating Jane Miller at Wiarton City Hall. Craig, Annie Eliza Jane (I2349)
 
146 half brother of David James and Thomas Davidson, James (I2642)
 
147 He and his brother, Andrew, were both bachelors and ran the original Snodgrass farm. Snodgrass, Quenton (I3297)
 
148 He arrived at the port of Buffalo. Memory, Samuel James (I95)
 
149 He arrived in New York on the ship Cameronia, which departed from Londonderry. His destination was Berwyn, Pennsylvania, to his uncle Andrew John McElrea McElrea, Robert John (I181)
 
150 He farmed near Kirkton Union (near Woodham). This is where he was brought up. Son, Glen, is still in the area. (Source: Kari McElrea) McElrea, John (I2954)
 

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