Author Topic: MacAuley, MacAulay, McAulay to Lambton County, Ontario, Canada  (Read 3901 times)

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Re: MacAuley, MacAulay, McAulay to Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 04 April 15 15:03 BST (UK) »
John McCauley son of Ewen and Mary born 1859 Moore married 20 March 1889 Lambton to Catharine Gauld - daughter of Peter Gauld and Mary Coutts. Wtnessses Peter McCauley and Mary Stewart.

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Re: MacAuley, MacAulay, McAulay to Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 04 April 15 15:48 BST (UK) »
this will seem a bit off the wall, but i know clues sometime come from odd places.  in Burlington, VT in U.S., until the late 1990's, Trinity College, run by the Catholic Sisters of Mercy had been a well respected school for many decades.  One of the dorms was McCauley Hall named after a Sister McCauley, a driving force behind the early years of the school.  with its proximity to Canada, and knowing many nuns were originally from Canada, i read your post and thought hmmmm......? anyway, luck to you.
Kincardine-by-Doune, Perthshire, Scotland:  McGOWAN,  CLARK, etc.
England:  REYNOLDS, etc.

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