PEEL   COUNTY

These trees begin in or focus upon Peel County.   Unless indicated, all place names are in Peel County




Donald M'Eachren was born 18343,14 in Islay, Scotland, arrived in Canada in 18469 and died May 17, 19103,14 in Belfountain.   He married Flora.   She was born 18409,14,15 in Scotland and arrived in Canada in 1851 and died September 4, 19273,14 in Erin.   Donald was a farmer and resided in Caledon Township.   They had the following children:


John M'Eachern was born 181914 in Isle of Islay, Argyleshire, Scotland and died March 3, 188114.   He married Catherine Bell on October 23, 1860 in Inverness, Quebec.   She was born February 18, 183014 in Isle of Islay, Argyleshire, Scotland and died December 14, 189114.   They resided in Chingacousy Township and had the following children:


Neil M'Eachern was born March 12, 18273,9,10,14 in Scotland, arrived in Canada in 1834 and died March 12, 19133,14 in Erin.   His wife, Mary Young, was born October 23, 18339,10,14 in Scotland, arrived in Canada in 18349 and died November 10, 19133,14 in Hillsburgh, Wellington Co.   While returning from the funeral of their mother, the train coach they traveled in left the track and over-turned near Cataract. There were no fatalaties, however Christina and her husband Thomas, James and his daughter Mary narrowly escaped injury.   They resided in Cardwell and had the following children:


Ronald M'Eachern was born 182114 in Islay, Scotland and died 190614.   He married Mary McPhee on ??.   She was born 182914 in Islay, Scotland and died 190614.   They had the following children:

Sources include Georgetown Independent/Acton Free Press, 27 Aug 1997, page 18, column 3



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  4. 1851 Census of Upper Canada
  5. 1861 Census of Upper Canada
  6. 1871 Census of Canada
  7. 1881 Census of Canada
  8. 1891 Census of Canada
  9. 1901 Census of Canada
  10. 1911 Census of Canada
  11. 1921 Census of Canada
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