McNichol Family Middleville

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McNichol Family Middleville

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John H. McNicol, 1871 – 1948

John H. McNicol was born on month day 1871, at birth place, to John McNicol and Mary Thompson McNicol (born Nairn).
John was born on September 15 1845, in Dalhousie Twp, Lanark, Ontario, Canada.
Mary was born on May 22 1846, in Ontario, Canada.
John had 6 siblings: Archibald McNicolArthur Hugh McNicol and 4 other siblings.
John married Janet “Jennie” McNicol (born Machan) on month day 1901, at age 30 at marriage place.
Janet was born on March 13 1880, in Dalhousie Twp. Lanark, Ontario.
They had 3 children: Arthur Evan McNicol and 2 other children.

 

010176-1907 (Lanark Co): John SCOTT, 27, Cheesemaker, Beckwith, Dalhousie, s/o John SCOTT and Mary McNICHOL, married Rebecca Jane DOUGLAS, 22, Pakenham, Pakenham, d/o John DOUGLAS and Rebecca STANLEY??, wit; Alexander SCOTT of Watsons Corners and Susan DOUGLAS of Cedar Hill, 27 March 1907, Pakenham.

Vol 22 Pg 242 (Lanark Co) John PERCY, 45, widower, Ireland, Toronto, s/o John PERCY & Margaret DUFF, married Martha O’BRIEN, 36, widow, Glasgow Scotland, Dalhousie, d/o John DUNN & Mary CAMERON. Witn: John McNICHOL & Isabel BEITH, both of Dalhousie. Dec. 2, 1872 Dalhousie

 

 

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