Descendants of Angus (Allisary) MacDonald


Generation No. 1

1. Angus (Allisary) 19 MacDonald (Donald (Allisary)18; Angus Borrodale17; John16, 5th Glenaladale; Roderick15, 3rd Glenaladale; Alexander14, 2nd Glenaladale; Iain 'Og'13, 1st Glenaladale; John12, 8th Clanranald; Alexander11,7th Clanranald; Allan10, 4th Clanranald; Roderick9, 3rd Clanranald; Allan8, 2nd Clanranald; Ranald7, 1st Clanranald; John6 of Isla; Angus Og5; Angus4 of the Isles; Donald 'Eponymous' MacRanald3 of the Isles; Ranald MacSomerled2; Somerled MacGillebride1) was born 1768 in Scotland, and died 20 May 1858 in Allisary, PE. He married Penelope MacDonald, daughter of Dr. Roderick MacDonald. Penelope was born 1770 in Scotland and died 10 October 1850 in Allisary, PE. Penelope's sister, Mary, was married to Angus' brother, Allan.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1858
DEATH: At Allisary, St. Andrew's, on the 20th May, after a short illness, Mr. Angus McDonald, the venerable and highly respected father of the Right Rev. Dr. McDonald, the Bishop of Charlottetown. The lamented deceased had emigrated to this Island at an early period of his life, and had attained the patriarchal age of 90 years. During his long residence at St. Andrew's, he enjoyed the attachment and esteem of all who became acquainted with him; and his integrity and kindness of disposition will be long remembered by his numerous relatives and friends.

Children of Angus MacDonald and Penelope MacDonald are:

2i. Alexander (Allisary) MacDonald, born in Allisary, PE. He is listed as a son of Angus (Allisary) by Hubert MacDonald in his book. Hubert was grandson of 8. Jane (Allisary) MacDonald. Alexander was probably married to Flora MacDonald, daughter of Allan (Garahelia) MacDonald and Catherine MacGillivray.
The EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1866
DEATH: On Sunday, the 14th instant, at the residence of her daughter, Souris, in the 51st year of her age, and after a lingering illness which she bore with a humble resignation to the Divine Will, Flora, relict of Mr. Alex McDonald, late of Allisary, and fourth daughter of the late Mr. Allen McDonald, Garahelia.
3ii.Augustine (Allisary) MacDonald, born in Allisary, PE; died in PE.
+4iii.Catherine (Allisary) MacDonald, born in Allisary, PE; died in PE.
+5iv.Ronald (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1793 in Allisary, PE; died 05 February 1876 in Pisquid, PE.
6v.Bishop Bernard Donald MacDonald, born 25 December 1797 in Allisary, PE; died 30 December 1859 at St. Dunstan's College, Charlottetown, PE.
+7vi.John (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1800 in Allisary, PE; died 31 March 1896 in Allisary, PE.
+8vii.Jane (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1807 in Allisary, PE; died 25 August 1875 in Bedeque, PE.
+9viii.Nellie M. (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1808 in Allisary, PE; died 5 April 1903 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
+10ix.Joseph (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1810 in Allisary, PE; died 10 November 1843 in Allisary, PE.
+11x.Jennie (Johanna) (Allisary) MacDonald, born 1812 in Allisary, PE; died 05 March 1893 in Glenroy, PE.

Generation No. 2

4. Catherine (Allisary) MacDonald was born in Allisary, PE, and died in PE. She married Allan (the Lake) MacDonald, son of Donald MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald.


Child of Catherine MacDonald and Allan MacDonald is:

 12 i. Donald MacDonald, born 07 January 1839.

5. Ronald (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1793 in Allisary, PE, and died 05 February 1876 in Pisquid, PE. He married Clementina MacDonald 11 February 1824 in Panmure Island, PE, daughter of Andrew MacDonald and Isabella MacDonald.


Children of Ronald MacDonald and Clementina MacDonald are:

+13i.Alexander "Round Sandy" MacDonald, born 1827; died 06 September 1906.
14ii.Joseph MacDonald, born 1834.

7. John (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1800 in Allisary, PE, and died 31 March 1896 in Allisary, PE. He married Mary (the Lake) MacDonald, daughter of Donald MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1896
DEATH: At Allisary, Mount Stewart, on March 31st, John McDonald, Esq., son of the late Angus and Penelope McDonald, in the 96th year of his age. Deceased enjoyed good health till within a short time before his death, and retained the use of his excellent memory almost till the last. During his long life he had the love and respect not only of a large circle of relatives and friends, but of all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, and his death is mourned by the whole community. He leaves one sister, one son and one daughter in whose memories are enshrined the virtues of a loving brother, and an exemplary and affectionate father. His funeral to St. Andrew's took place on Thursday afternoon, 2nd inst., and was very largely attended. The funeral services were performed by Rev. Mgr. McDonald, P.P. After the last sad rites the mortal remains of the respected dead were laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of John MacDonald and Mary MacDonald are:

+15i. Alexander Augustine MacDonald, born 13 May 1836 in Allisary, PE; died 1917 in Allisary, PE.
+16ii.Mary Ellen MacDonald, born 1837-1838 in Allisary, PE; died 14 May 1888 in West St. Peter's, PE.
+17iii.Penelope MacDonald, born 01 January 1841 in Allisary, PE; died Bef. 1881.
+18iv.Catherine MacDonald, born 04 March 1844 in Allisary, PE; died 12 February 1929 in Orwell Cove, PE.

8. Jane (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1807 in Allisary, PE, and died 25 August 1875 in Bedeque, PE. She married Angus MacDonald , Esq., 21 January 1826, son of Ronald MacDonald and Isabella MacDonald.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND REGISTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1826
MARRIAGE: On the 21st inst. by the Rev. T. A. Fitzgerald, in the Roman Catholic Chapel, Mr. Angus M'Donald, of Bedeque, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. Angus M'Donald, Allisary, Hillsborough River.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1863
DEATH: At Bedeque, on the 19th instant, after a short illness which he bore with Christian resignation, Angus McDonald, Esq., in the 64th year of his age.

Children of Jane MacDonald and Angus MacDonald are:

19i.Angus MacDonald, born in North Bedeque.
20ii.Isabella MacDonald, died 19 December 1895 in North Bedeque, PE.
+21iii.Matilda MacDonald, born in North Bedeque, PE.
22iv.Roseanne MacDonald, born in North Bedeque, PE.
+23v.Daniel Hugh MacDonald, born 19 April 1832 in North Bedeque, PE; died 14 February 1920 in North Bedeque, PE.
+24vi.Catherine MacDonald, born 1833 in North Bedeque, PE; died 05 September 1908 in Notre Dame Convent, Charlottetown, PE.
+25vii.Penelope Mary MacDonald, born 6 July 1836 in North Bedeque, PE; died 10 January 1902 in Indian River, PE.
+26viii.John A. MacDonald , J. P., born 21 October 1838 in North Bedeque, PE; died 31 December 1904 in Indian River, PE.
27ix.James MacDonald, born 1840; died 19 October 1910 in North Bedeque, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1910
DEATH: At the residence of his brother, D. H., North Bedeque, James McDonald, aged 70 years. May his soul rest in peace.
28x.Rev. Ronald Bernard MacDonald, born 16 April 1844 in North Bedeque, PE; died 25 November 1922 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
29xi.Joseph Major MacDonald, born 6 July 1846 in North Bedeque, PE.

9. Nellie M. (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1808 in Allisary, PE, and died 5 April 1903 in Grand Tracadie, PE. She married Big William MacDonald.


Children of Nellie MacDonald and Big William MacDonald are:

+30i.Penelope MacDonald, born 1831 in Grand Tracadie, PE; died 22 January 1909 in Little Pond, PE.
31ii.Mary MacDonald, born 21 December 1838 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
+32iii.John William MacDonald, born 10 December 1842 in Grand Tracadie, PE; died 1938.
33iv.Margaret Johanna MacDonald, born 2 March 1847 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
34v.Joseph Alexander MacDonald, born 29 April 1850 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
35vi.Angus MacDonald, born 29 April 1851 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
36vii.David MacDonald, born 1 April 1854 in Grand Tracadie, PE.

10. Joseph (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1810 in Allisary, PE, and died 10 November 1843 in Allisary, PE. He married Margaret "Peggy" MacDonald, daughter of John (Tracadie) MacDonald and Helen Lawson.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1871
DEATH: At Allisary, Lot 37, after a lingering illness of 6 months, in the 58th year of her age, Mrs. Margaret McDonald, relict of the late Joseph McDonald. The deceased was known through her long list of acquaintances as a pious and benevolent neighbor, and regretted by all who had her friendship. She leaves a family to mourn over departed worth. May she rest in peace.

Children of Joseph MacDonald and Margaret MacDonald are:

+37i.Mary MacDonald, born 30 March 1839 in Allisary, PE; died 1901 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE.
+38ii.Augustine MacDonald, born 27 September 1840 in Allisary, PE; died 13 April 1929 in Allisary, PE.
39iii.Rev. Allan J. MacDonald, born 22 March 1843 in Allisary, PE; died 12 March 1926 in Fort Augustus, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1926
DEATH: At Fort Augustus, March 12th, 1926, Rev. A. J. MacDonald. Funeral notice later.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1926
Reverend A. J. MacDonald
Reverend Allan J. MacDonald, parish priest of Fort Augustus, has gone to his eternal reward. His passing is a shock and sorrow to all who knew him and loved him. His rare spirit left its earthly temple shortly before last midnight.
The late Father MacDonald had been ill only a few weeks, but owing to his long pilgrimage here -- eighty-four years -- his condition was viewed with grave apprehension.
He lived and he laboured, and he died amidst the people he served so long and faithfully, and loved so well.
Father MacDonald was a native of St. Andrew's, near Mount Stewart: and in the little Red school house he first received the rudiments of his education. Later he entered Saint Dunstan's College and on the completion of his classical course there proceeded to the Grand Seminary at Montreal, where he entered upon the study of theology.
On his return to Prince Edward Island he was ordained priest by the late lamented Bishop MacIntyre in the parish church of Indian River, the ordination taking place on the 5th of July, 1874.
For a few years he was a professor at Saint Dunstan's College, and subsequently was appointed to the parish of Fort Augustus, where for forty-nine years he ever laboured as in the Great Task Master's eye. Had he lived it was the intention to celebrate his Golden Jubilee next year.
Father Allan MacDonald was intimately known and highly regarded not only within but also far beyond the bounds of his own parish. In his priestly vocation he truly exemplified Goldsmith's "Village Preacher."
"As the bird each fond endearment tries
To tempt its new fledged offspring to the skies,
He tried each art, reproved each dull delay
Allured to brighter worlds, and led the way."
He will be mourned in the homes, and missed from his sacred duties in the church. He was a warm friend as well as a beloved pastor. His keen knowledge of human nature made him in the hour of sorrow as a garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. In his departure the Roman Catholic Priesthood sustains the loss of one of its most prominent members. He has left a rich legacy of a consecrated life. It may well be said of him: "Well done, good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord." In the hearts of the people of Fort Augustus this lasting monument will be established.
There is left one brother, Mr. Augustine MacDonald of Allisary. A sister, Mrs. Donald Campbell of Millview predeceased him some years ago.
NOTE: Should read 'Mrs. Donald Campbell of Millcove."

11. Jennie (Johanna) (Allisary) MacDonald was born 1812 in Allisary, PE, and died 05 March 1893 in Glenroy, PE. She married Alexander (the Lake) MacDonald, Esq., son of Donald MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893
DEATH: At Glenroy, Lot 37, on Sunday, 5th inst., Johanna McDonald, relict of Alexander McDonald, sister of the late Bishop McDonald, and mother of the Rev. D. F. McDonald, P. P., of Souris, in the 80th year of her age. Requiescat in pace.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1892
OBITUARY
At his residence at Glenroy, Lot thirty-seven, on Wednesday, the 2nd November instant, at the ripe old age of eighty-five years, Alexander McDonald, Esq., passed out of this life. Deceased was born at St. Peter's Lake, and early in his life married Jane, sister of the late Bishop McDonald, by whom he had a numerous family, six of whom survive him. He was especially noted for his generous hospitality and his great charity towards the poor. No person in poverty or distress was ever refused an entrance to his house, or left in need of anything in his power to bestow. During his earlier years he had an active life being engaged in shipbuilding and farming, besides taking an active interest in education and everything he considered a public benefit. In his death another and familiar link has been severed from the chain conecting the past with the present generation. As a testimony of respect to his memory, a large concourse of relatives and friends from all sections of the surrounding country accompanied his remains on the morning of Friday, the 4th inst., to the beautiful church at St. Andrew's, wherein a Pontifical High Mass of requiem was celebrated by His Lordship Bishop McDonald, with Monsignor James McDonald, brother of the deceased, as High Priest, his son, the Rev. Donald Francis McDonald, as Deacon and the Rev. Peter Curran as sub-Deacon, with the Rev. J. J. McDonald as master of ceremonies, the Rev. Allan J. McDonald and the Rev. R. J. Gillis being also in attendance. At the conclusion of the funeral services his remains were quietly laid in their last resting place in St. Andrew's Cemetery.
DEATH: At Glenroy, Lot 37, in the 85th year of his age, Alexander McDonald, Esq. Requiescat in pace.

Children of Jennie MacDonald and Alexander MacDonald are:

40i.Daughter MacDonald. She married Bambrick.
41ii.Mrs. MacKenzie.
42iii.Rev. Donald Francis MacDonald, born 1837; died 24 April 1902 in Souris, PE.
43iv.Augustine MacDonald, born 20 July 1838 in Glenroy, PE; died 04 February 1874 in Glenroy, PE.
+44v.Catherine Matilda MacDonald, born 1840 in Glenroy, PE; died 29 April 1931 in Souris, PE.
45vi.John S. MacDonald, born 1841; died 14 October 1929 in Sacred Heart Home, Charlottetown, PE.
46vii.Allan Joseph MacDonald, born 27 November 1842.
47viii.Joseph MacDonald, born about 1845. Allan Joseph and Joseph may be one and the same.
+48ix.Ellen MacDonald, born 1848; died 16 February 1875 in St. Peter's Bay, PE.
49x.Penelope MacDonald, born October 1850.
50xi.Angus MacDonald, born 12 November 1852.

Generation No. 3

13. Alexander "Round Sandy" MacDonald was born 1827, and died 06 September 1906. He married Catherine MacDonald 04 February 1867 in St. Andrew's, PE, daughter of Roderick MacDonald and Ellen MacDonald. Dispensation: third degree of consanguinity

THE DAILY EXAMINER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906
Local and Other News
The death occurred suddenly at Pisquid recently of Mr. Alexander McDonald, (Round Sandy). He was one of the best known residents of that place. He leaves two sons to mourn his loss, one at home and one in British Columbia.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1906
DEATH: At "Mt. Clement" Pisquid, on the 6th inst., Alexander McDonald in the seventy-ninth year of his age. R.I.P.

Children of Alexander MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald are:

+51i.Ronald Alexander MacDonald, born 07 December 1867; died 07 December 1946 in Mount Stewart, PE.
52ii.Allan Roderick MacDonald, born 23 December 1870.
53iii.Gregory MacDonald, born 05 March 1873.
54iv.Margaret Clementina MacDonald, born 11 January 1876.
55v.Helen Jane MacDonald, born 16 July 1882.

15. Alexander Augustine MacDonald was born 13 May 1836 in Allisary, PE, and died 1917 in Allisary, PE. He married Catherine (Garahelia) MacDonald 25 November 1879 in St. Andrews, PE, daughter of John MacDonald and Anastasia MacDonald.

'Garahelia', 'Garryhellie' and 'Garryheillie' are variations in spelling of the same word. Colin S. MacDonald in his unpublished manuscript uses 'Garryhellie.' 'Garryheillie' is found in the following Cemetery Transcript.

PEIGS Cemetry Transcript of St. Andrews Roman Catholic Cemetery:
508: Angus MacDonald, 1824-1914. His wife Eliza MacDonald, 1821-1914. (b) Allan J. MacDonald, 1853-1943. His wife Annie MacDonald, 1870-1936. Garryheillie. (c) Velma MacDonald. 1930-1931.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1937
IN MEMORIAM
MRS. CATHERINE MacDONALD
On Thursday, September thirtieth, a deep gloom of sadness was cast over Allisary and vicinity when the Angel of Death visited the home of J. Aeneas MacDonald and wrote “finis” to the last chapter in the life of his mother, Mrs. Catherine MacDonald.
Mrs. MacDonald, despite her 85 years was able to be about as usual until a few weeks previous to her death when she was stricken with partial paralysis. She rallied from the first attack and for a time it was thought that she would be about as usual but God willed otherwise and on the above mentioned date she suffered a recurrence of the attack and her spirit winged its way back from the temple of clay that had guarded it so faithfully, to its eternal home.
Previous to her marriage Mrs. MacDonald was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald of Pisquid and a niece of the late Rev. Dan MacDonald of Pisquid.
Always a brilliant conversationalist her passing shatters another connecting link between the present generation and those pioneers who laid the foundation of our province.
She leaves to mourn their loss one son, J. Aeneas, on the homestead, two daughters, Mrs. Annie MacGillivray of Blooming Point and Mrs. J. J. Barrett of Glenroy. One daughter Mrs. Victor Egan predeceased her. She is also survived by one sister, Etta, of Allisary, and one brother, James, of Geyser, Montana.
Her funeral to St. Andrew’s, despite the inclement weather was attended by a large concourse of people. Requiem High Mass was celebrated by her pastor, Rev. Terrence Campbell, after which her remains were tenderly laid to rest beside her husband to await the call of the Angel, “Arise ye dead and come to judgment.”
The pallbearers were David MacDonald, James McLaughlin, R. C. Clark, M.P.P., Joseph MacDonald, Henry Coffin, J. A. MacDonald.
The Sacred Heart is whispering
   Its promise sweet to you;
“I am the Resurrection
   I am the life most true.”
Oh blessed words of comfort
   That bid us have no fear -
In heaven we’ll find the dear ones
   We’ve loved and cherished here.

Children of Alexander MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald are:

+56i.Mary Penelope MacDonald, born 09 November 1880; died 1926.
+57ii.Annie Ellen MacDonald, born 15 April 1882 in Allisary, PE.
58iii.Flora Eliza MacDonald, born 11 May 1884.
59iv.John Ćneas MacDonald, born 14 April 1890; died 05 April 1976.

16. Mary Ellen MacDonald was born 1837-1838 in Allisary, PE, and died 14 May 1888 in West St. Peter's, PE. She married James MacDonald, son of John MacDonald and Anne MacIntyre.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1888
DEATH: At West St. Peter's, on the 14th of May, Mary Ellen, wife of James Macdonald, Esq., in the 50th year of her age, leaving a husband, five sons and five daughters to mourn their irreperable loss. May she rest in peace.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1914
DEATH: At West St. Peter's on the 15th inst., James McDonald, Post Master, in the 90th year of his age. He leaves to mourn three sons and four daughters. The sons are Rev. Peter McDonald of the diocese of St. Helena, Montana, Donald J. at Blooming Point and James B. on the old homestead. The daughters are Mrs. Augustine A. McDonald, Tracadie, one a trained nurse in Waltham, Mass. and two at home. His wife predeceased him by many years. His funeral took place to St. Andrew's on Monday 18th and was very largely attended. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Mary MacDonald and James MacDonald are:

+60i.Mary Ann "Minnie" MacDonald, born 1858 in West St. Peters, PE; died 15 June 1909 in Tracadie, PE.
61ii.John Æneas MacDonald, born 29 April 1859 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 09 April 1894 in West St. Peter's, PE.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894
OBITUARY.
It is with feelings of regret that the inhabitants of West St. Peter's and vicinity are called upon to mourn the death of John A. McDonald, son of James McDonald, Esq., which sad event took place on the 9th inst., at the early age of 34 years. In 1881 deceased left his home for the United States. He worked in Dakota, Minnesota, Montana and several other States of the Union, where he endeared himself to all classes and creeds by his amiability, kindness and noble character. He was finally employed on the D. S. S. & A. Railway, where he was afterwards promoted to the high position of bridge superintendent. This position he continued to hold till the 26th Sept., 1889, when our young friend, in the prime of life and bright prospects for a brilliant future, met a very serious accident. He was examining some work underneath the bridge, when a beam, falling from above, struck him on the back, causing dislocation. He was immediately removed to Champion Hospital, Mich. All that medical science could affect was used to alleviate his sufferings; but it was found on examination that that part of his body below the dislocation would be effected by paralysis. He, however, recovered sufficiently to be removed in the following June to his home in West St. Peter's. He always entertained the most sanguine hopes of recovery, and, indeed, so much did he increase in strength after his arrival home that friends were becoming hopeful that his anticipations would be realized. His strength continued to increase steadily until about three weeks ago, he became affected with disease of the stomach, which, despite medical aid, terminated fatally. Deceased was remarkable for his kind, happy and peaceful disposition which attracted all with whom he came in contact. Modest and unassuming in his manner he gave offence to none and had a good word for all. He bore his affliction with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, and after receiving from his beloved pastor the last Sacraments of the Catholic Church, surrounded by his kind father and brothers and sisters, he calmly breathed his last. His funeral which was very largely attended, took place on Wednesday. A solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Mgr. McDonald. The funeral service performed, all that was mortal of dear John was laid to rest in the family plot in St. Andrew's cemetery, there to remain till the Resurrection morn when the sound of the last trumpet calls us all to justice.
+62iii.Charlotte Josephine MacDonald, born 20 January 1861 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 29 October 1936 in Tracadie Cross, PE.
+63iv.James Bernard MacDonald, born 06 December 1862 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 19 December 1942 in West St. Peter's, PE.
64v.Joseph Allan MacDonald, born 16 October 1864 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 23 January 1895 in West St. Peters, PE.
65vi.Æneas Chrysostomus MacDonald, born 22 November 1866 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 15 April 1885 in West St. Peter's, PE.
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1885
DEATH: At the residence of his parents, West St. Peter's, on Wednesday, April 15th, Ćneas C. McDonald, son of James McDonald, aged 18 years. Deceased was a pupil of St. Dunstan's College, and his brilliant talents, constant application and virtuous life gave promise of a bright and useful career.
66vii.??John Alexander MacDonald, born 30 October 1868 in West St. Peters, PE.
+67viii.Donald Joseph "Lowe" MacDonald, born 08 May 1870 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 1929 in Blooming Point, PE.
68ix.Annie Aurelia "Lily" MacDonald, born 07 June 1873 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 1941 in West St. Peter's, PE.
69x.Catherine Helena Letitia "Letty" MacDonald , R.N., born 08 August 1876 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 23 September 1929 in West St. Peter's, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929
MISS LETITIA MACDONALD
On the morning of Sept. 23rd, the Angel of Death visited the home of James B. MacDonald, West St. Peter’s, and claimed the soul of his loving and estimable sister, Letitia.
The deceased had been in failing health for more than a year, and although it was known for some time that death was inevitable, yet friends and relatives were saddened when they learned she had passed away.
The late Miss MacDonald was born at West St. Peter’s in 1877. In 1903? She went to Boston where she worked for some years. That legitimate ambition which characterized her life, and which was tempered with the Christian spirit of love and self-sacrifice for suffering humanity, led her in 1912 to take a course in Waltham training school for nurses. She completed her course and graduated with high honors in 1916. Real testimony to her worth as a nurse is given by those for whom she worked.
She pursued her vocation in spite of ill-health, till within one year of her death, when she returned to her home, where with strong faith and unbounded confidence in God she awaited the final summons.
Her spiritual needs were attended to by her pastor Rev. A. P. MacLellan, who administered to her the last consoling rites of the Catholic Church. The funeral was held fom the home of her brother on the morning of September 25th, to St. Andrew’s Church, where a solemn High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by Rev. R. F. MacDonald, P. P., Indian River, nephew of the deceased, assisted by Rev. J. C. MacDonald, P. P., St. George’s, as deacon, Rev. R. J. MacDonald, P. P., St. Columba as sub-deacon and Rev. A. L. Sinnott, P. P., Rollo Bay, as Master of Ceremonies, after which all that was mortal of a loving sister was consigned to its parent dust, there to await a glorious resurrection.
She leaves to mourn two brothers: Rev. P. F. MacDonald, P. P., Walkerville, Montana, James B. MacDonald, West. St. Peter’s, two sisters, Mrs. C. J. MacDonald, Tracadie Cross and Lillian MacDonald, West St. Peter’s, also a large number of other relatives and friends.
The pall bearers were: Peter O. MacDonald, Lloyd McEwen, Alban McAdam, Basil MacDonald, Joseph MacDonald, Peter F. McAdam.
A Tribute
In the death of Letitia MacDonald, class of 1916, the nursing profession has lost a devoted member. Miss MacDonald had that devotedness to duty and to high ideals and steadfastness of purpose that endeared her to her friends and patients. She upheld these traditions to the very end.
In the beginning of her sickness she was called to an emergency case. She was too sick to go but too unselfish to refuse, so she went climbing the hill leading to the house with great difficulty. That service was the last she ever rendered. Soon after that she was taken to a hospital in Boston, later coming to the Waltham Hospital from which she went home to Prince Edward Island where she improved for a short time. Her death came peacefully and quietly on September 23rd, 1929.
To Miss MacDonald’s family and friends we the Waltham Graduate Nurses Association extend heartfelt sympathy.
Waltham Training School for Nurses, Waltham, Mass.
Gertrude Whitcombe,     
Beatrice De Veber
Committee
Mass Cards:
Rev. R. F. MacDonald, P. P., Indian River, Rev. Peter F. MacDonald, P. P. Walkerville, Montana, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. MacMillan, Charlottetown, Trinity Mission Club, Boston, Mass., James B. and Lillian MacDonald, West St. Peter’s, Mrs. Charlotte MacDonald, Tracadie Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Aeneas C. MacDonald, West St. Peter’s, Helena MacDonald, Haverhill, Mass., Katherine MacDonald, Indian River, Angelina Somers, R. N., Rollo Bay, D. J. MacDonald and family, St. Peter’s Lake, John J. MacDonald, St. Peter’s Lake, A. R. MacDonald and family, St. Peter’s Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. MacDonald, Peakes Station, Catherine MacDonald, Blooming Point, Janette MacDonald, Tracadie Cross, Mrs. James MacDonald, Vernon River, Ella MacDonald, Orwell Cove, Penzie MacDonald, Charlottetown, Frank MacDonald and family, Charlottetown, James E. and Allan MacDonald, Orwell Cove, Nellie MacDonald, Boston, Mass., Mrs. John A. MacDonald, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Rudolph MacDonald, Boston, Sarah MacDonald, Boston, Mrs. James MacMillan, Boston.
Spiritual offerings from Boston:
Penelope MacDonald, Mrs. E. W. Foster, Fred Foster, David Foster, Mrs. Evelyn MacDonald, Mrs. John Collins, Miss Helen Collins, Miss Eleanor MacDonald, Mrs. John A. MacDonald, Mrs. May MacCormac, Mrs. Melvina Doyle, Mrs. J. D. MacDonald, Mrs. Joseph Egan, Mrs. Walter Bridges, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mrs. Ellen MacInnis, Mrs. Elizabeth MacInnis, Miss Margaret MacInnis, Mrs. Mary MacAulay, Miss Rita MacAulay, Mrs. Louise MacDonald, Mrs. Mary MacEachern, Mrs. Simon Murch, New Hampshire, Miss Mary Murch, New Hampshire, Miss Mary A. MacAdam, New Hampshire.
Pillow: Mrs. Benjamin L. McEwen, West St. Peter’s.
Letters of Sympathy: Penzie MacDonald, Charlottetown, Mr. and Mrs. James A. E. MacDonald, Little Pond, Janette MacDonald, Tracadie, Helena MacDonald, Haverhill, Nellie MacDonald, Boston, Miss Beatrice De Veber, Waltham, Mrs. John A. MacDonald, Boston, Miss Mary McAdam, New Hampshire.
70xi.Rev. Peter Francis MacDonald, born 21 June 1878 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 15 May 1954 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
FROM ST. ANDREW'S CEMETERY TRANSCRIPT, #137:
Born June 21, 1878;
Ordained Priest on June 9, 1911;
Priest of the Diocese of Helena, Montana, Professor and President of Carroll College, 1911-1919;
Pastor of St. John the Evangelist Parish, 1919-1927;
Pastor of St. Lawrence Parish, 1927-1951;
Patient in the Charlottetown Hospital, 24 August 1951 - 15 May 1954.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS
On Sunday last two young priests, natives of this diocese, recently ordained at the Grand Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., celebrated their first masses in their respective native parishes in this diocese. One is Rev. Louis McRory . . . . . .The other newly ordained priest mentioned, who celebrated his first Mass on Sunday was Rev. Peter F. McDonald, son of Mr. James McDonald, West St. Peter's. The solemn service was in St. Andrew's, his native parish church. . . . . . . He has been ordained for the diocese of Helena, Montana, and will depart for his chosen field of labor in a few weeks. Ad Multos Annos.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1917
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS
Rev. Peter F. McDonald, formerly of this diocese, and a native of West St. Peter's, ordained some years ago for the diocese of St. Helena, Montana, has since his ordination been attached to the teaching staff of Mount St. Charles College. Recently he has been appointed President of that institution , successor to the Very Rev. John L. McMullen, A. M. Father McDonald will spend the summer months in Chicago, where he takes a special course in Chemistry. In conjunction with his many friends in this Province, we extend our cordial congratulations.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1936
Rev. Fr. P. F. MacDonald Keeps Silver Jubilee
The following clipping from a Montana paper will be interesting reading to relatives and friends as The Rev. Peter F. MacDonald, referred to is the son of the late James and Mary Ellen MacDonald of West St. Peters and a brother of Mr. James B. and Miss Lillian MacDonald, of West St. Peter’s. Fr. MacDonald is a graduate of St. Dunstan’s University, having graduated with B. A. degree in 1907. He made his theological course in St. Paul’s Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. Since his ordination in June 1911 he has served the Diocese of Helena, Montana.
Butte - The unpretentious little town of Walkerville, directly north of Butte, was alive with a spirit of religious enthusiasm Wednesday, Oct. 28, as it set about to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Peter F. MacDonald and open the doors of St. Lawrence O’Toole’s new parochial school - built under the direction of Father MacDonald - to the Catholic and non-Catholic youth alike within the town’s confines.
The festivities opened with Solemn Mass at which Father MacDonald was celebrant, the Rev. John A. Delance of Laurin, deacon; the Rev. J. O. O’Brien, subdeacon, and the Rev. W. P. Joyce of the Sacred Heart parish, master of ceremonies. The Rev. Denis P. Meade of Missoula preached the sermon, and the Rt. Rev. Mgr. Victor Day, Vicar General of the Diocese of Helena, represented His Excellency the Most Rev. Joseph M. Gilmore, D.D., Bishop of Helena, at the blessing and raising of the flag, which was a gift of the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars Ladies’ Auxiliary 1448, and at the solemn blessing of the new school.
All the activities were under the supervision of the Rev. J. A. Rooney, superintendent of Catholic education in Montana.
Priests who were present for the occasion included the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Victor Day; the Very Rev. Msgr. J. C. William; the Very Rev. E. P. Gilmore, Helena; the Rev. Denis P. Meade, Missoula; the Very Rev. E. J. Riley, president of Carroll college, Helena; Fathers A. J. Rooney, Patrick Casey, editor of the Register, Western Mountain Edition, Drummond; J. J. O'Kennedy; I. Bozeman; William Curran, Anaconda; John Delane, Laurin; H. Delaney, Eureka; Joseph Collette, Helena; J. O. O’Brien, Ringling; Fred Tracy, Frenchtown; James Kelly, Boulder; D. P. Meade, Missoula; George Gerner, John Morrissette, both of Helena; Don Sullivan, Anaconda; A. J. Harrington, Whitehall; W. P. Joyce, M. M. English, J. Sheehan, E. C. Hanna, Michael Pirnat, Russell Scheidler, Peter Brett, all of Butte; M. J. Leonard, John Sheehan, and J. A. Kelly, and Brother Tuohy and Brother Reed, both of Butte, were present.
Two Purses Given
Father MacDonald was the recipient of two purses symbolic of the esteem and devotion in which he was held. One was presented to him by Edward Renouard, toastmaster at the civic banquet held at the Hotel Finlen, and was given on behalf of Father MacDonald’s parishioners and friends in Western Montana. The other purse was a gift of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, division 1, Silver Bow country, and was made by Charles Gallagher. Father MacDonald is chaplain of this division of the Hibernians.
The civic banquet’s program was as follows: Toastmaster, Ed Renouard; violin selections, Miss Marie Sullivan, accompanied by her sister, Miss Ann Sullivan; vocal solos, Fritz Lenz, accompanied by Mrs. Kathleen Harris O’Keefe; vocal solo, Miss Alice Sullivan, accompanied by John Dougherty; vocal solos, Mrs. Kathleen Harris O’Keefe, playing her own accompaniment; St. Ann’s sodality, represented by Mrs. Frank McDonald; Young Ladies sodality, Miss Catherine Sullivan; Holy Name Society, William P. Sullivan; parish organizations, the Rev. Denis P. Meade; “The Priests,” the Very Rev. Msgr. J. C. Willging; “The Diocese,” the Right Rev. Msgr. Victor Day, V. G.; response by Father MacDonald.
The Rev. D. P. Meade spoke on the Holy Name Society, outlining its origin and its powerful good among the Catholic men of today.
Msgr. Willging, S.T.L., pastor of Immaculate Conception church, Butte, dwelt at length on the apostolic spirit that has ever been characteristic of Prince Edward Island and remarked that religion in Western Montana owes an undying debt of gratitude to the pioneer spirits of the little island, nesting amid the billows of the mighty Atlantic. Msgr. Willging spoke on the characteristics of the great St. Lawrence O’Toole, patron of the parish over which Father MacDonald presides, and said that Father MacDonald’s great key to personal sanctification and the sanctification of his flock was the virtue of humility.
Msgr. Day, representing Bishop Gilmore, brought out the pastoral solicitude of Father MacDonald in cogent language, quoting the words of Sacred Scripture: “I am the Good Shepherd, I know mine and mine know Me.”
A. O. H. Program Given
The Ancient Order of Hibernian program honouring Father MacDonald was as follows: Charles Gallagher, presiding; violin selections, John J. MacNamara; vocal solos, Dennis Sullivan; “A. O. H.,” the Rev. J. A. Rooney; “Irish in American.” the Rev. D. P. Meade; response by Father MacDonald.
Refreshments were served by Dan Dooley, Alvin Shea, and Dan Riley.
BISHOP SENDS BEST WISHES
From St. Louis, Mo., Bishop Gilmore sent the following telegram to Father MacDonald:
Please accept my hearty congratulations on your silver jubilee of ordination and dedication of the new school. I regret exceedingly circumstances make impossible my presence in person as planned, but I am there in spirit to share your joy and that of parish and diocese in this double celebration.
+71xii.Penelope Ida MacDonald, born 28 July 1883 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 20 April 1926 in Peake's Station, PE.

17. Penelope MacDonald was born 01 January 1841 in Allisary, PE, and died Bef. 1881. She married Alexander G. MacDonald 25 February 1867 in St. Andrews, PE, son of James MacDonald and Mary MacEachern. Dispensation: third degree of simple consanguinity.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1868
MARRIAGE: At St. Andrew's by the Rev. R. P. McPhee, P.P., on the 25th ult., Alex. G. McDonald to Penelope, second daughter of John McDonald, Esq., Allisary.

Children of Penelope MacDonald and Alexander MacDonald are:

72i.James Joseph MacDonald, born 05 April 1869.
73ii.Æneas Rudolph MacDonald, born 17 December 1871.
74iii.John Joseph MacDonald, born 25 March 1873.
75iv.Alban Bennett MacDonald, born 05 December 1874; died 06 March 1942. He married Catherine C. MacDonald.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, JULY 16, 1928
DEATH: At Morell, on Sunday, July 15th, Catherine C. Macdonald. Funeral from her late residence, Tuesday morning at 8:30 to St. Andrew's Church. Interment in St. Andrew's cemetery.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, AUGUST 11, 1928
OBITUARY
Mrs. A. Bennett MacDonald - Catherine C.
Deceased was daughter of the late Ronald G. MacDonald of Maple Hill, and sister of the late Rev. D. J. Gregory MacDonald, who died at Morell, Oct 17, 1926. She is survived by her sorrowing husband, one brother, Roderick F. of Leadville, Colo., and one sister Mrs. J. J. McAdam, West St. Peter's.
The funeral conducted by Mr. A. A. Hennessey, Charlottetown, which took place Tuesday to St. Andrew's Church, was largely attended. Requiem high mass was celebrated by her nephew, Rev. Reginald MacDonald.
Laid to rest in St. Andrew's cemetery.
Pall bearers: James MacDonald, Francis Kelly, John McIntyre, James B. MacDonald, Ed. Rossiter, and A. B. McAdam.
76v.Bernard Donald MacDonald, born 20 June 1876. He married Marion Annie Gertrude Egan 20 September 1910 in St. Andrews, PE.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1910
MCDONALD - EGAN
At St. Andrew's on the 20th Sept., by the Rev. A. P. McLellan, Marion G. Egan, youngest daughter of David Egan, Mt. Stewart, to Bernard D. Macdonald, Attorney at Law, Saskatchewan, Sask. The bride was attired in a fawn broadcloth suit with hat to match, and was attended by her niece Miss Aletha Feehan, who wore a reseda suit with white plumed hat. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. Rudolph Macdonald, of Boston. After a reception held at Hillsboro Villa, the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald left for their future home in Saskatoon, followed by the best wishes of their many friends.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1937
DEATH: At Saskatoon, Sask., on April 4, 1937, Marion A. Egan, wife of D. B. McDonald, aged 58 years.
77vi.Penelope Ann MacDonald, born 10 May 1877.

18. Catherine MacDonald was born 04 March 1844 in Allisary, PE, and died 12 February 1929 in Orwell Cove, PE. She married John J. MacDonald, son of John MacDonald and Mary MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1929
IN MEMORIAM
Fortified by the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church, there passed to her eternal reward on Tuesday, February 12th, 1929, Catherine, widow of the late John J. MacDonald, of Orwell Cove, at the advanced age of 84 years.
The deceased was the daughter of the late John and Mary MacDonald of Allisary, and niece of the Rt. Rev. Bernard Donald MacDonald, second Bishop of Charlottetown, and of the very Rev. Monsignor James MacDonald.
Her life was an exemplary one in many ways, by her piety and conscientious devotion to duty. Although in delicate health for the last few months, she was able to be up as usual until two days before her death, when she gradually weakened and passed peacefully away in the presence of her son Rev. C. J. MacDonald and other members of her family.
Mrs. MacDonald was the mother of eleven children, two of whom died in early childhood, the other nine who were present at her funeral , are: John J. of Boston; Bernard D. of Orwell Cove; (Minnie) Mrs. James MacCormack, Vernon; (Eva) Mrs. D. A. MacEachern, of Hermitage; Ellen on the homestead; Allan B. of Orwell; James E. on the homestead; Rev. C. J., pastor of St. George's, P. E. I.; and Penzie of Charlottetown.
The funeral to Vernon River was one of the largest on record, showing the esteem in which the deceased lady was held. Solemn High Mass of Requiem was chanted by her son, Rev. C. J. MacDonald, as celebrant, and Rev. Joseph Rooney of Morell, as Deacon, and Rev. Owen Kiggins of Georgetown, as sub-deacon, Rev. M. J. Rooney, of Cardigan, was master of ceremonies.
In the sanctuary besides these were Rev. Monsignor J. C. MacLean, Rev. P. D. MacGuigan, Rev. K. C. MacPherson, Rev. M. J. Smith, Rev. D. P. Croken, Rev. Raymond MacKenzie, Rev. Reginald MacDonald.
The services at the church and grave were performed by Rev. C. J. MacDonald, and all that was mortal of the respected lady, was laid to rest beside her husband.
Mass Cards - The family; Rev. C. J. MacDonald, J. J. MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. MacCormack, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. MacEachern, Ella MacDonald, James E. MacDonald, Penzie MacDonald, Charlottetown, Joseph MacDonald, Mary and Francis MacDonald, (one line blurred and illegible) -man and May MacDonald; Estelle, Isabel, Clare and John MacEachern; Catherine MacEachern (high mass); Joseph MacCormack, Rev. Reginald MacDonald, Mrs. Catherine MacDonald and family, John and Florrie Allisary, (high mass); Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MacDonald, Charlottetown; Miss Letitia MacDonald, Brae, Mr. James B. MacDonald and family, West St. Peter’s; Mr. and Mrs. Augustine MacDonald and family, Allisary; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MacDonald, (Dairy Supt.), Charlottetown, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank MacDonald, Charlottatown, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. MacDonald, Orwell Cove, (high mass); Mr. and Mrs. D. R. MacDonald, Orwell Cove; Dr. and Mrs. W. J. MacMillan, Charlottetown; Dr. I. E. and Mrs. Croken, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. MacInnis, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. MacMillan, Charlottetown; Mr. W. D. Gillis, Charlottetown; Miss Nellie MacDonald, Bedeque; Mr. and Mrs. Chris MacCormack and family, St. Georges; Misses Edith and Maud Kelly, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. Allan MacDonald and family, Georgetown; Mrs. Joseph MacDonald and family, Vernon; Mr. Peter McKenna, Newton; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Trainor, Charlottetown.
Spiritual Offerings - The family grandchildren, Rev. P. S. Duffy, Iona; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MacGillivary, Blooming Pt.; Mrs. Claire MacLellan, Charlottetown; Rev. Sister Paula, City Hospital; Rev. Sister Clare, Precious Blood, Ottawa; Miss Mary C. MacDonald, Charlottetown; Mrs. A. R. MacDonald, Orwell Cove.
Messages of Sympathy - Rev. P. D. McGuigan, Rev. P. S. Duffy, Rev. Sr. Paula, City Hospital, Miss Maud Kelly, Mrs. Joseph MacDonald, Vernon; Mrs. Clare MacLellan, Charlottetown; Mrs. Bessie Waller, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. James MacFadyen, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. MacMillan, Charlottetown; Miss Nellie MacDonald, Bedeque; Mr. and Mrs. Augustine MacDonald, Allisary; Mr. and Mrs. Allan MacDonald, Georgetown; Miss Letitia MacDonald, Brae; Miss Marion MacLean, Charlottetown; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MacGillivary, Blooming Pt.; Miss Sarah MacDonald, Charlottetown; Manchester Brock Vassie, St. John, N.B.; J. J. McGarrigle, St. John, N.B.; Rev. R. MacKenzie, Miss Emma McInnis, Boston.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1886
DEATH: At his residence, at Orwell Cove, on the 21st Nov, after a lingering illness, John J. Macdonald, aged 51 years, leaving a wife and nine children to mourn their loss. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Catherine MacDonald and John MacDonald are:

78i.John J. MacDonald, born 1867 in Orwell Cove, PE.
79ii.Ronald Joseph MacDonald, born 12 October 1867 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 03 May 1880 in Orwell, PE.
THE EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1880
DEATH: At Orwell, on Tuesday, the 3rd instant, Joseph, beloved son of John J. and Catherine MacDonald, aged 12 years. R.I.P.
+80iii.Bernard John MacDonald, born 10 October 1869 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 1952.
81iv.Mary Josephine MacDonald, born 12 September 1872 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 12 April 1962. She married James MacCormack.
82v.Laura Evangeline MacDonald, born 28 October 1873 in Orwell Cove, PE. She married Daniel A. MacEachern 18 February 1901 in St. Joachim's Church, Vernon River, PE.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1901
WEDDING BELLS.
St. Joachim's church, Vernon River, was the scene of a pleasing incident which took place on Feb. 18th, at 10 a.m., when Miss Laura Evangeline Macdonald was united in the bonds of wedlock to Daniel McEachern, of Hermitage, by the Rev. Dr. Doyle, officiating clergyman. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Minnie Macdonald, who performed the duties of bridesmaid. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. James McEachern. Having had the nuptial knot securely tied the happy couple drove to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. John J. McDonald, of Orwell Cove, where, with a number of invited guests, they sat down to a sumptuous table laden with various delicacies pleasing to the taste. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing and merrymaking which was engaged in by all to the heart's content. At 5 o'clock the wedded pair, accompanied by a few friends, drove to their future home in Hermitage. Here about a hundred guests assembled to welcome and wish them happiness and prosperity through their married life. A grand repast was served and partaken by all, after which enjoyments of different kinds were no less indulged in than before; the melodious strains of the violin mingled with song and laughter will leave a lasting impression. At a late hour, or rather an early one, they repaired to their respective homes much pleased with such a general good time. The number and excellence of the gifts displayed attest the estimation in which Mr. and Mrs. McEachern are held by their many friends and relatives.
83vi.Ellen Agatha MacDonald, born 03 November 1875 in Orwell Cove, PE.
84vii.Allan Boniface MacDonald, born 14 May 1878 in Orwell Cove, PE.
85viii.James Edward MacDonald, born 18 March 1880 in Orwell Cove, PE.
86ix.Penelope MacDonald, born 1882 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 08 February 1948.
87x.Catherine Ann MacDonald, born 27 March 1884 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 01 April 1885 in Orwell Cove, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1885
DEATH: At Orwell, on the 1st day of April, Catherine Ann, dearly beloved child of J. J. and Catherine McDonald, aged one year and one week.
88xi.Rev. Charles Joseph (a.k.a. Joseph Charles) MacDonald, born 24 May 1886 in Orwell Cove, PE; died 07 July 1946 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE. PEIGS Cemetery Transcript of St. Joachim's Roman Catholic Cemetery, #147A, gives his name as Charles Joseph which is the name appearing in his baptismal record.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1946
Death Yesterday of Rev. J. C. McDonald At Ch’town Hospital
The Rev. J. C. MacDonald, well known Catholic clergyman, died at 8 o’clock yesterday morning in the Charlottetown Hospital after a brief illness.
Born at Orwell Cove 60 years ago, Father MacDonald received his higher education at St. Dunstan’s College and the Seminary at Quebec.
Ordained priest in 1916, Father MacDonald was assigned to the teaching staff of St. Dunstan’s College where he remained until 1923. He was then appointed pastor of St. George’s Parish where he labored for the next eighteen years. Forced to retire for a short time by illness he was upon his restoration to health assigned to Summerside in 1941 as assistant to the Rt. Rev. J. G. MacLellan, Vicar-General. He remained in St. Paul’s Church, Summerside, until about two weeks ago when he was forced by illness to enter the Charlottetown Hospital.
Father MacDonald is survived by four brothers and four sisters. The brothers are John, of Boston, Mass.; Benjamin, James and Allen all of Orwell Cove. The sisters are Mrs. Daniel MacEachern, Hermitage; Miss Penzie MacDonald, Charlottetown, and Mrs. James MacCormack and Miss Ellen MacDonald, both of Orwell Cove.

21. Matilda MacDonald. She married Angus MacLellan 10 November 1858 in St. Mary's Church, Indian River, PE.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1858
MARRIAGE: At St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. James McDonald, on Wednesday, the 10th inst., Angus McLellan of Indian River, to Matilda, the oldest daughter of Angus McDonald Esq., Bedeque.

Children of Matilda MacDonald and Angus MacLellan are:

89i.B. D. MacLellan. He married Miss Costigan.
90ii.Jane MacLellan. She married Robert Reid.
91iii.Charlotte MacLellan, born 1866 in Indian River, PE; died 08 May 1906 in New Annan, PE. She married James MacDonald 08 February 1893 in St. Mary's Church, Indian River.
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893
MARRIAGE: At Indian River, on the 8th inst., by Very Rev. Mgr. Gillis, Jas. A. Macdonald, Clermont, to Charlotte McLellan, Indian River.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1906
THE PRINCE COUNTY GUARDIAN
Many will learn with deep regret of the death of Mrs. James A. McDonald, of New Annan, who passed peacefully away on Tuesday morning May 8th at the early age of forty years. The deceased was a daughter of the late Angus McLellan, of Indian River, and leaves to mourn a grief-stricken husband and nine small children - three sons and six daughters, two brothers and six sisters, besides a large circle of friends and relatives. She was a kind wife and a loving mother and a good neighbor, highly respected by all that had the pleasure of knowing her. She enjoyed good health up to within two days of her death. She was fortified by the ritess of the Roman Catholic Church. Her remains were laid to rest in St. Mary's Cemetery, Indian River. - Com.
+92iv.Penelope MacLellan.
93v.Eliza MacLellan. She married Mr. MacKinnon.

23. Daniel Hugh MacDonald was born 19 April 1832 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 14 February 1920 in North Bedeque, PE. He married Mary Catherine Thornton 15 November 1868 in Georgetown, PE, daughter of Edward Thornton and Flora MacDonald.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1868
MARRIAGE: At Georgetown, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. F. McDonald, Donald Hugh McDonald, Esq., of Point Pleasant, Summerside, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Hon. E. Thornton, M.P.P.

St. Paul's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Summerside Lot 17-3
955. MacDONALD:
Daniel H. MacDONALD, 1832-1920; his w., Mary C. THORNTON, 1846-1928.
Daughters: Josephine 1872-1879; Janie 1875-1886.
(b) Also their dau. Nellie Catherine, 1887-1966.
(c) Their dau. Beatrice M., Croix de Guerre, R.M.M. Eng., Purple Heart, U.S.A., member of Legion of Honour resting in Long Island Heroes' Cem., 1881-1969.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920
DEATH: At North Bedeque on the 14th inst., Daniel H. McDonald, aged 88 years.

THE EVENING PATRIOT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1928
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL NEWS
Mrs. Mary MacDonald - The death occurred last evening at North Bedeque of Mrs. Mary MacDonald, widow of the late D. H. MacDonald, after an illness of six weeks. She leaves to mourn the following sons and daughters, namely, Hubert, of Winnipeg, Dr. Ronald of Saskatchewan, and James at home, Sister M. Clara, the Convent of Mercy, Manchester, N. H., Miss Beatrice, New York, Miss Nellie, North Bedeque, and Mrs. W. D. Gillis, Charlottetown. She was predeceased one year ago by her daughter Mrs. Alban Leckie, nee Amy MacDonald. Sister Clara and Miss Beatrice came home to be with her during the latter part of her illness. The funeral notice will be announced later.
DEATH: At the North Bedeque, December 19th, Mrs. Mary MacDonald, widow of the late D. H. MacDonald. Funeral on Saturday at 10 a. m. from her late residence to St. Paul's Church, Summerside, and thence to the Roman Catholic Cermetery.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 22, 1928
DEATH: At the residence of her son, James E. McDonald, North Bedeque, Mrs. Mary E. McDonald, widow of the late Daniel H. McDonald, in her 83rd year. Funeral from her late residence, to St. Paul's Church, Summerside at 9.45 Saturday morning.

Children of Daniel MacDonald and Mary Thornton are:

+94i.Hubert T. MacDonald, born 15 January 1870 in North Bedeque, PE.
95ii.Annie Josephine MacDonald, born 24 December 1871 in North Bedeque, PE; died 08 January 1879 in North Bedeque, PE.
+96iii.James E. MacDonald, born 17 November 1873 in North Bedeque, PE; died 05 April 1960.
97iv.Janie G. MacDonald, born 11 January 1876 in North Bedeque, PE; died 01 July 1886 in North Bedeque, PE.
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1886
DEATH: At North Bedeque, July 1st, Janie, aged 10 years, eldest daughter of D. H. McDonald, Esq.
98v.Annie E. MacDonald, born 27 February 1880 in North Bedeque, PE.
99vi.Beatrice M. MacDonald, born 27 September 1881 in North Bedeque, PE; died 1969. She is resting in Long Island Heroes' Cem.
Nurse in World War I, 1914-1919. She had a very interesting career and played a prominent part as a nurse with the U.S. Army reserve Nurses Corps. As a member of the American Hospital Unit and worked in conjunction with British Hospital units. Was at the front at the Battle of Passchendale. For her distinguished service in the World War she was decorated by three nations, from the United States she was given the Distinguished Service Order, from Great Britian the Military Medal and from France the Croix de Guerre.
+100vii.Amy L. MacDonald, born 01 November 1883 in North Bedeque, PE; died 1927.
+101viii.Ronald H. MacDonald , M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.(C), born 27 October 1885 in North Bedeque, PE.
102ix.Ella C. MacDonald, born 04 September 1887 in North Bedeque, PE; died 1966.
+103x.Claire M. MacDonald, born 07 July 1892 in North Bedeque, PE; died 9 January 1942 in Charlottetown, PE.

24. Catherine MacDonald was born 1833 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 05 September 1908 in Notre Dame Convent, Charlottetown, PE. She married (1) Alexander Campbell 20 April 1858 in St. Mary's Church, Indian River, PE. She married (2) Allan MacDonald, Esq. Aft. 1868, son of Alexander MacDonald and Jessie MacDonald.

THE ISLANDER OR PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDER WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1858
MARRIAGE: On Tuesday, April 20th, at St. Mary's Church, Indian River, by the Rev. James Macdonald, Mr. Alexander Campbell, Summerside, to Catherine Helen, 3d daughter of Angus Macdonald, Esq., Bedeque.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908
OBITUARY
At Notre Dame Convent, in this city, on Saturday the 5th inst., Catherine, relict of the late Major Macdonald, of Jessie's Grove, in the 75th year of her age. Deceased was daughter of the late Angus and Jane McDonald, of North Bedeque, and sister of Rev. R. B. McDonald, Souris, and D. H. McDonald, Esq., of Bedeque. In early life she married Alexander Campbell, of Summerside, and of their marriage were born two daughters, both of whom became Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, one being mother St. Catherine, Superior of Notre Dame Convent, Charlottetown. The other, known in religion as Sister St. Agnes of Assisium, died in Montreal soon after her profession, leaving to the community the precious memory of a life of eminent virtue.
Mr. Campbell having died in early life, she married Major Allan McDonald, of Jessie's Grove, in King's County, who died less than a year ago. After his death she continued to reside at her home in Jessie's Grove, till finding the infirmities of age growing upon her, she decided to move to Notre Dame Convent, in this city, where her last days might be cheered by the kindly ministrations of her daughter, Superior of the institution. Her stay at the Convent, however, was of short duration, for after a few days illness she died on Saturday morning, surrounded in her last moments by the members of the community. Her body lay in state all day Sunday in the parlor of the Convent, and on Monday morning High Mass was sung at 6 o'clock by His Lordship Bishop McDonald, after which the body was conveyed to the Railway station, to be borne by train to Summerside for burial. On the arrival of the train at Summerside, the casket was placed in a hearse and conveyed to St. Paul's Church followed by a large procession in which were to be seen many priests and religious of the congregation of Notre Dame.
Here solemn High Mass was offered up by the Rev. R. B. McDonald, brother of the deceased, assisted by the Rev. J. C. McMillan as deacon, and Rev. J. J. McDonald, sub-deacon, the Rev. Dr. McLellan being in charge of the ceremonies. At the close of the Mass His Lordship the Bishop performed the Absolution assisted by the same officers.
Besides the above mentioned clergymen, the following clergymen occupied seats in the sanctuary: Rev. J. C. McLean, pastor of Summerside, Right Rev. Mgr. Gillis, of Indian River, Rev. Dugald M. McDonald, of Tignish, Rev. Wm. Phelan, of Charlottetown, Rev. S. Boudreault, of Egmont Bay, Rev. M. Monaghan, Miscouche, and Rev. P. P. Arsenault, of Mount Carmel. After the Absolution the procession reformed and proceeded to St. Paul's cemetery, where all that was mortal of a good wife and mother was laid to rest in the family plot, there to await the glories of the resurrection.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908
DEATH: Suddenly, at Notre Dame Convent, Charlottetown, on the 5th inst., Catherine, relict of the late Major Allen McDonald, of Jessie's Grove, aged 75 years. Deceased was mother of the Mother Superior of Notre Dame Convent, and sister of Rev. R. B. McDonald, Souris. The funeral took place at Summerside on Monday, after the arrival of the remains on the morning train from Charlottetown. Solemn Requiem Mass was sung in St. Paul's Church by Father Ronald, brother of the deceased, with Rev. Dr. McMillan, deacon, and Rev. J. J. McDonald, sub-deacon. The pastors of Indian River, Tignish, Summerside, Egmont Bay, Mont Carmel and Miscouche occupied seats in the sanctuary, as well as Rev. Wm. Phelan and Rev. Dr. McLellan, of Charlottetown. The absolution was pronounced by his Lordship Bishop McDonald.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1907
CITY AND PROVINCIAL
At his home, Jessie's Grove, Lower Montague, yesterday afternoon, Allan MacDonald passed peacefully away in his ninety-second year. He was the son of the late Alexander MacDonald, and was born in Lower Montague on Oct 21st, 1816. For many years he followed the occupation of a pilot, but eventually settled down to farming, on his beautiful homestead overlooking Georgetown Harbor. He possessed a strong constitution, and enjoyed perfect health until a few weeks ago, when the indomitable spirit bowed to the irrepressible infirmities of old age. He retained his faculties to the last, giving evidence of a wonderful vitality of mind and body. He was esteemed and respected wherever known, and leaves behind a record for sterling integrity and honorable dealing with his fellow men. He was twice married, first to Catherine MacDonald of St. Margaret's. Of their family there survive two sons, Charles in Georgetown, and Roderick, a member of the Christian Brotherhood of California, and three daughters, Jessie, wife of A. J. McInnis, Murray River; Flora, wife of Dugald Macdonald, Orwell, and Clemmie, widow of the late Stephen McLean, St. John. The late Joseph R. Macdonald, formerly of the firm of A. A. Macdonald & Bros., and the late Captain Angus Macdonald of Souris, were also sons of the deceased. His second wife, also named Katherine Macdonald, is a sister of Rev. Father Ronald Macdonald of Souris. The funeral takes place tomorrow at 9 a.m. to Georgetown Cemetery.
NOTE: The son who was a member of the Christian Brothers of California was named John A., not Roderick.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1907
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS
Mr. Allen McDonald, Jessie's Grove, Lower Montague, passed away on Monday evening at the venerable age of ninety-two years. Deceased had been twice married and had a large family of sons and daughters. The late Joseph R. McDonald of Georgetown and the late Captain A. R. McDonald of Souris were sons. Charles McDonald of Georgetown and John A. (now a Christian Brother in California) are the surviving sons. Three daughters also survive him. They are Mrs. A. J. McInnis of Murray River, Mrs. Dougald McDonald, Orwell and Mrs. Stephen R. McLean (deceased). These with his widow, a sister of Rev. R. B. McDonald, Souris are left to cherish the memory of a kind husband and father. His funeral takes place at Georgetown today. R.I.P.

Children of Catherine MacDonald and Alexander Campbell are:

104i.Daughter "Sister St. Catherine" Campbell, C.N.D.
105ii.Daughter "Sister St. Agnes" Campbell , C.N.D.

25. Penelope Mary MacDonald was born 6 July 1836 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 10 January 1902 in Indian River, PE. She married Donald Stephen MacLellan, Esq., son of Archibald MacLellan and Ann Morrison, 07 August 1860 in St. Mary's, Indian River, PE.

THE EXAMINER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1860
MARRIAGE: On the 7th August, at St. Mary's Church, Indian River, by the Rev. James McDonald, Donald S. McLellan, Esq., of Indian River, to Miss Penelope Mary, fourth daughter of Angus McDonald, Esq., of Bedeque.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1902
DEATH: At Indian River, on the 10th ult., of paralysis, Penelope MacDonald, in the 65th year of her age, relict of the late Donald S. MacLellan, leaving several sons and daughters. Deceased who was beloved by all who knew her was the sister of Rev. R. B. MacDonald, Rustico; D. H. MacDonald, Bedeque; and John A. MacDonald, ex. M.L.A., Indian River. May her soul rest in peace.

Children of Penelope MacDonald and Donald MacLellan are:

106i.Archibald Colin MacLellan, born 04 August 1861 in Indian River, PE; died in Gloucester, Mass.
107ii.Alban Aeneas MacLellan, born 01 March 1863 in Indian River, PE.
108iii.Mary Louisa MacLellan, born 12 January 1865 in Indian River, PE. She married James MacDonald 07 May 1895 in St. Mary's, Indian River, PE.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895
MARRIAGE BELLS.
At St. Mary's, Indian River, on Tuesday morning, May 7th, were united in holy marriage Miss Mary L. McLellan, daughter of the late Donald S. McLellan, Esq., to Mr. James McDonald, son of James A. McDonald, Esq., Glenfinnan. Mr. James McDonald, Pisquid, a cousin of the groom, and Miss Laura McLellan, a sister of the bride, assisted them on the happy occassion. Rev. Mgr. Gillis performed the ceremony in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The bride was the recipient of many presents. They arrived in town on the noon train en route to Glenfinnan.
109iv.Jane Catherine MacLellan, born 14 December 1866 in Indian River, PE.
110v.Donald Joseph MacLellan, born 15 June 1869 in Indian River, PE; died 06 August 1869 in Indian River, PE.
111vi.Louis MacLellan, born 18 February 1871 in Indian River, PE.
112vii.John Albert MacLellan, born 27 July 1871 in Indian River, PE.
+113viii.Austin James MacLellan, born 27 May 1872 in Indian River, PE; died 15 October 1935 in Indian River, PE.
114ix.Daniel Jerome MacLellan, born 30 September 1874 in Indian River, PE.
115x.Anna Matilda Laura MacLellan, born 14 March 1878 in Indian River, PE; died in California, US.

26. John A. MacDonald , J. P. was born 21 October 1838 in Bedeque, PE, and died 31 December 1904 in Indian River, PE. He married Annie C. MacKelvie 17 June 1875, daughter of Robert MacKelvie , Esq.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1905
S'SIDE AND THE WEST
The death occurred on Sunday, at Indian River, of Hon. John A. McDonald, in the 67th year of his age. He had been in poor health for some time past. He was a prominent figure in the province, representing his district in the Local Legislature consecutively for about 30 years. He was a Conservative in politics, widely known, highly esteemed and respected. He leaves to mourn besides a widow, three sons, Charles at home; John Archibald, attending St. Dunstan's and Ronald in Boston; three daughters Miss Janie in Boston; Beatrice in Geporgetown and Pansy at home; two brothers, Rev. Ronald McDonald, of Georgetown and D. H., of North Bedeque. The funeral took place this morning at 9.30 and was largely attended.

Children of John MacDonald and Annie MacKelvie are:

+116i.Charles E. MacDonald, born in Indian River, PE; died 02 September 1926 in Borden, PE.
117ii.Rev. John Archibald MacDonald, born 1881 in Indian River, PE; died 14 February 1957 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
John Archie was a native of Indian River Parish, born in 1881. Following studies at St. Dunstan's College, he took his theological training at the Grand Seminary of Quebec and was ordained at St. Mary's Church, Souris by Bishop Charles MacDonald in 1908.
Father MacDonald was curate at Souris with his uncle, Father Ronald B. MacDonald, ftom 1908 to 1919. He was pastor at St. Mark's, Lot 7 ftom 1919 to 1931 and from 1931 to 1956 parish priest at Tignish. As a result of an accident--being thrown from a sleigh--he spent nearly the last year of his life in hospital.
Father MacDonald died in the Charlottetown Hospital on February 14, 1957. Funeral Mass was celebrated at the basilica by Bishop MacEachem with burial in St. Simon and St. Jude's Cemetery, Tignish.
Reference:
Priests and Bishops who served in the Diocese of Charlottetown. 1829-1996 - by Father Art O'Shea.
118iii.Ronald MacDonald, born 1884 in Indian River, PE; died 02 August 1929 in New York, N. Y. He served in the war of 1914-1918.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1929
WESTERN GUARDIAN
Death of Mr. Ronald McDonald
The death occurred in New York last Friday morning of Mr. Ronald McDonald, formerly of Indian River, at the early age of 45 years, after a brief illness of two weeks. The deceased was the son of the late Hon. John McDonald, one time Speaker of the local Legislature, and had resided in New York for the past five years, where he was a successful building contractor. His brother, Rev. John A. McDonald of St. Mark's, Lot 7, left on Thursday morning for New York in response to a telegram and is accompanying the remains, which are expected to arrive in Summerside tonight (Monday). The late Mr. McDonald was unmarried and leaves to mourn one brother and two sisters namely:- Rev. John Archie McDonald of St. Mark's, Lot 7, Mrs. C. H. Hickey of Calgary, Alta., and Mrs. James Wood of Summerside, to whom much sympathy is extended in their untimely sorrow.
+119iv.Jeannie MacDonald, born in Indian River, PE.
+120v.Bernice MacDonald, born in Indian River, PE.
+121vi.Penelope Matilda MacDonald, born 1889 in Indian River, PE; died 1978 in Summerside, PE.
122vii.Robert Duncan MacDonald, born January 1877 in Indian River, PE; died 06 April 1879 in Indian River, PE.
THE PATRIOT, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1879
DEATH: At Indian River, on Sunday, the 6th inst., Robert Duncan, son of John A. McDonald, Esq., M. P. P., aged 2 years and 2 months.

30. Penelope MacDonald was born 1831 in Tracadie, PE, and died 22 January 1909 in Little Pond, PE. She married John MacDonald 1853.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909
THE QUEEN'S COUNTY GUARDIAN
Her many friends throughout the Province will learn with regret of the death of Penelope, widow of the late John J. McDonald which took place at her home in Little Pond on the 22nd inst. at the age of 77 years. Deceased who was a daughter of the late William McDonald of Tracadie, was married in 1854, and is survived by seven of her ten children, Angus D. of Little Pond; D. B. of Boston, James A. and John A. of Red House; William of San Francisco; J. Francis of Gowan Brae and Margaret Ann (Mrs. Joseph Fisher) of the same place. Her remains were interred in the cemetery at St Francis De Sales Church, Little Pond, beside those of her husband who died less than twelve months ago. The large number of people who followed her body to her last resting place testified sufficiently to the affection in which she was regarded in the community of which she had been a revered member for so many years.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 13, 1908
OBITUARY
It is our painful duty to record the death of John McDonald, which took place at his home in Little Pond, on the 7th inst. Deceased who had attained the ripe age of eighty-seven years, had been in failing health for several months, and his demise was therefore not unexpected. Nevertheless, he is sincerely mourned, not only by the people of his native place in whose hearts his kindly disposition and many estimable qualities gave him a large place, but by his many friends throughout the native province as well. He married in 1853, Penelope, daughter of the late William McDonald, of Tracadie, who survives him. Of their family of ten children, seven, six sons Angus D., on the homestead, D. B. of Boston, Mass., James A. of Red House, William of San Francisco, Cal., John A. of Moyle, B. C., and J. Francis of Gowan Brae and one daughter, Mrs. Joseph Fisher, of Gowan Brae, survive. One son and two daughters having died in childhood. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Penelope MacDonald and John MacDonald are:

123i.J. Francis MacDonald, born in Little Pond, PE.
124ii.James A. MacDonald, born in Little Pond, PE.
125iii.Margaret Ann MacDonald, born 16 January 1855 in Little Pond. She married Joseph Fisher 22 November 1887 in St. Francis de Sales Church, Little Pond, PE.
126iv.Mary Ellen MacDonald, born 19 September 1856 in Little Pond, PE.
+127v.Angus David MacDonald, born 2 March 1858 in Little Pond, PE; died 08 March 1936 in Little Pond, PE.
128vi.Catherine MacDonald, born 10 May 1860 in Little Pond.
129vii.D. B. MacDonald, born 30 January 1862 in Little Pond, PE.
130viii.William Joseph MacDonald, born 13 May 1867 in Little Pond, PE.
131ix.John Alexander MacDonald, born 24 March 1869 in Little Pond, PE.
132x.Ronald Vincent MacDonald, born 19 April 1875 in Little Pond, PE.

32. John William MacDonald was born 10 December 1842, and died 1938. He married Catherine Ann MacDonald, born 1859, and died 1945.


Children of John MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald are:

133i.Joseph William MacDonald, born 1884 in Grand Tracadie, PE; died 1966
+134ii.J. B. Alban MacDonald, born 1887 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
135iii.Alfred Ćneas MacDonald, born 1887 in Grand Tracadie, PE, and died 1939. He married Annie Irene MacLeod, born 1895 and died 1965.
136iv.Rev. William Vernon MacDonald, born 09 November 1889 in Grand Tracadie, PE, and died 27 October 1956 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
137v.Mary Ellen MacDonald, born 18 September 1893 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
138vi.Isabella Ann MacDonald, born 16 July 1895 in Grand Tracadie, PE; died 1975.
139vii.Bernard Donald MacDonald, born 31 July 1897 in Grand Tracadie, PE; died 1979.
140viii.James Louis MacDonald, born 14 May 1899 in Grand Tracadie, PE.
141ix.Rev. Leonard I. MacDonald, born 1902 in Grand Tracadie, PE.; died 5 November 1980 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.

37. Mary MacDonald was born 30 March 1839 in Allisary, PE, and died 1901 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE. She married Donald Campbell 10 October 1866 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE.


Children of Mary MacDonald and Donald Campbell are:

142i.Elizabeth Ann Campbell, born 7 October 1867 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE.
143ii.Allan J. Campbell, born 1869 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE., and probably died August 12, 1892 at Tracadie. Joseph Campbell of the following news article was probably Allan Joseph.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1892
Drowning Accident.
As already reported by THE EXAMINER, a very sad drowning accident occurred at Tracadie harbor on Friday, the 12th inst., when two men, Joseph Campbell and Stephen McDonald, lost their lives. It appears that about noon on that day, as the fishermen were returning to the harbor from visiting their nets, they found that a very violent sea was breaking over the bar at the entrance to the harbor, rendering the passage extremely hazardous. One by one the boats succeeded in passing over and all went well until a boat manned by Stephen McDonald, Joseph Campbell and Hugh McEwen aproached the dangerous reef. They had almost succeeded in crossing the point of danger, when a huge wave reared its angry crest behind, then rushing forward it broke over the boat and threw her on her side. All the occupants clung to the boat for a time, but as the boat was tossed and turned by the fierce waves the men were repeatedly cast into the sea, till finally Campbell and McDonald sank beneath the waves and were drowned. McEwen clung to the boat and made a gallant fight for his life. That he escaped death seems a miracle. The accident witnessed by men on the shore, and a dory was speedily manned and started to the rescue, but such was the violence of the sea on the bar that to approach the wrecked boat meant certain destruction, so the attempt was abandoned, and not until the boat drifted into Iess dangerous water was the dory able to approach and rescue McEwen from his perilous situation. Campbell was a young man 22 years of age, son of Donald Campbell of Grand Tracadie. He was splendid specimen of manhood, standing over six feet in height, of unspotted character, generous and amicable dispsiition, dutiful son and a fervent christian. His sudden and tragical death is a cause of universal sorrow. McDonald was a man about 55 years of age. His genial disposition and exemplary christian life made him a general favorite with both old and young. He leaves a wife and two daughters to mourn his loss. This sad and fatal accident has cast a gloom over the whole country. The friends of the victims have our deepest sympathy in their great affliction.
+144iii.Margaret Ellen Campbell, born 20 April 1871 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE. She married Hugh MacEwen 16 February 1897 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie Head, PE.
145iv.James John Campbell, born 30 May 1873 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove.
+146v.William J. Campbell, born 28 January 1878 in Grand Tracadie/Millcove, PE; died 1940. He married Annie MacEachern.

38. Augustine MacDonald was born 27 September 1840 in Allisary, PE, and died 13 April 1929 in Allisary, PE. He married Eunice MacDonald 1864 in St. Andrews, PE, daughter of James MacDonald and Mary MacEachern.

THE EVENING PATRIOT, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1929
DEATH: At Mt. Stewart, April 13, Augustine MacDonald, aged 89 years. Funeral notice later.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1929
MR. AUGUSTINE MACDONALD
When the dawn of April 13th broke over the peaceful village of Allisary death winged its way to the home of Augustine MacDonald and summoned back to his eternal home the beloved father. The deceased had been ill for only a short time and bore his suffering with the fortitude and resignation of a true Scotsman. And when the call came he laid down the burden of life as cheerfully as he had taken up the cross of life some years before with the promise of a bright young manhood before him, which he fulfilled in every way.
He leaves to mourn besides a sorrowing wife, three daughters and four sons: Mrs. Allan Morrison, Savage Harbor; Mrs. Wallace MacIntyre, French Village; Mrs. Albert MacInnis, Somerville, Mass.; Jas. B., Boston, Mass.; Alphonsus, Roanoke, Virginia; Fred, Mt. Stewart and Charles on the old homestead, all of whom mourn the loss of a loving husband and father. His pastor, Rev. A. P. MacLellan, attended him in his last illness and administered the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church of which he had always been a faithful member.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. A. P. MacLellan, assisted by Rev. I. R. A. MacDonald, Rev. J. C. MacDonald and Rev. Angus MacIntyre, Rev. J. B. MacIntyre assisted the choir.
The pallbearers were six of his Grandsons, Charles Morrison, James Morrison, Cyril Morrison, John Morrison, Gus MacDonald and Walter MacDonald.
The remains were laid to rest in the peaceful cemetery at St. Andrew's awaiting the call of the trumpet arousing the faithful "Come ye, blessed of the Father, possess the Kingdom prepared for you."

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1933
DEATH: At Mt. Stewart, Mrs. Augustine MacDonald, aged 97. Funeral Friday morning to St. Andrew's at 9 o'clock.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1933
IN MEMORIAM
On Wednesday, March 29th, 1933, it pleased Almighty God to call to eternal rest, Mrs. Augustine MacDonald, the "Grand Old Lady", of Allisary, at the advanced age of ninety-seven years.
Deceased was the daughter of James MacDonald and his wife Mary McEachern, grand niece of the late illustrious Bishop McEachern.
Her marriage to Augustine MacDonald, brother of the late "Father Allan", took place in 1864 and they lived happily together for sixty-five years until he finished his earthly labors and entered into eternal rest.
In her passing the last of that generation of MacDonalds went out. Although confined to her home and obliged to use a wheelchair for several years her general health was good, and her general health was keen as they ever were.
During her busy life she always found time for reading and kept well posted on the events of church and state. She was a deeply religious woman, a devoted member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church all her lifetime, and sang in the choir there for many years.
Her life was filled with good works and up to the time she was stricken with her last illness she was busy doing such helpful things as were within her power. She was possessed of a singularly pleasing personality and had the happy faculty of being able to make friends with all those with whom she came in contact.
Cheerfulness was the keynote of her being and even when she came to the evening of life she retained the same happy laughter of her youth. She had a fine mind and it was a real treat to spend an hour or so in conversation with her. Truly it can be said that the world is the better of her having lived in it.
She was attended during her last illness by her beloved pastor, Rev. A. P. McLellan, who administered the last sacraments of the Church to her. She had the distinction of having lived under four British sovereigns, William, Victoria, Edward VII, and George V. Her funeral which was well attended despite the fact that roads were in bad condition, took place from her home in Allisary on Friday, March 31st, at 8.30 a.m. and proceeded to St. Andrew's Church where a High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. A. P. McLellan. Present in the Sanctuary was Rev. George MacDonald, a grand nephew of the deceased who also conducted the services at the grave.
She was laid to rest beside her husband in Old St. Andrew's Cemetery where so many of her kindred now lie sleeping.
The pall bearers were six grandsons, George, James and Charles Morrison, Walter MacDonald and Charles and Kenneth McIntyre.
There were many mass cards and messages of sympathy from friends here and the United States.
There are left to mourn the loss of a loving Christian mother, five sons and three daughters, via, Allan in Australia; Alphonsus of Virginia; James in Boston; Wilfred at Mount Stewart, and Charles at home. Mrs. Allan Morrison, Savage Harbour; Mrs. Wallace McIntyre of French Village, and Mrs. Albert McInnis of Somerville, Mass.; also thirty-two grand-children, and thirteen great grand children, besides a large circle of friends and acquaintances who will long cherish the memory of a kindly Christian woman. May she rest in peace.

Children of Augustine MacDonald and Eunice MacDonald are:

+147i.Mary Penelope MacDonald, born 09 December 1864 in Allisary, PE; died 1964.
148ii.Allan Joseph Paulinus MacDonald, born 22 June 1866 in Allisary, PE.
+149iii.Margaret Jane MacDonald, born 22 October 1867 in Allisary, PE.
150iv.James Bernard MacDonald, born 26 January 1870 in Allisary, PE.
151v.Æneas Alphonsus MacDonald, born 11 August 1872 in Allisary, PE.
152vi.John William Wilfred MacDonald, born 26 February 1875; died 1958. He married Angelina Barron.
153vii.Alexander Charles MacDonald, born 29 September 1876 in Allisary, PE; died 04 March 1937 in Allisary, PE. He married Mary Boyd 21 May 1919 in St. Andrew's, PE.
154viii.Ellen Ann Josephine MacDonald, born 17 January 1878. She married Albert MacInnis 13 July 1909 in St. Andrews, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1909
THE QUEEN'S COUNTY GUARDIAN
At St. Andrew's on the 13th of July, Miss Millie J. McDonald, one of the promising young ladies of St. Andrew's was united in marriage to Albert G. McInnis of Sommerville, Mass. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. P. McLellan, Pastor, assisted by Rev. A. J. McDonald, Fort Augustus, uncle of the bride, Rev. A. J. McIntyre and Rev. Dr. Morrison. The groom was supported by Charles McDonald and the bride by Miss May McDonald. After the ceremony all returned to the old home at Allisary, where a few special friends assembled to pay their respects. The number of presents attest to the popularity of the interested parties. They left for their home in Sommerville on the next Saturday with the good wishes of all. May they prosper in their new home.

44. Catherine Matilda MacDonald was born 1840 in Glenroy, PE, and died 29 April 1931 in Souris, PE. She married Joseph J. MacDonald, son of John MacDonald and Mary MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1931
THE LATE MRS. CATHERINE MACDONALD
The death occurred in Souris this morning after an illness of several months of Mrs. Catherine Macdonald, aged 91 years. Mrs. Macdonald was a most estimable woman, belonging to a family highly honored and respected in that section of the province. She leaves to mourn one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Macdonald of Montreal, and four sons, Rev. Father Francis Macdonald, at present in China, Dr. James Macdonald, Somerville, Mass., Dr. A. A. Macdonald, M. P. P., and Charles Macdonald, Souris. One sister, Miss Penelope Macdonald of Charlottetown also survives her. Her body will be taken to St. Andrew's Church tomorrow, and the funeral will be held from that church on Friday morning.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1895
DEATH: At St. Andrew's, Lot 38, on Tuesday, 4th June, 1895, Joseph McDonald, Esq., in the 70th year of his age. The deceased was born at Orwell, in this Province, and was the son of John Charles McDonald and Mary McDonald. His genial disposition made him many friends in this Province and Australia, whither he was attracted in the early fifties by the gold fever then existing. He leaves a widow and nine children - five boys and four girls - to mourn their loss. R.I.P.

Children of Catherine MacDonald and Joseph MacDonald are:

155i.Mary M. MacDonald, born 1863; died 07 November 1921. She married Archibald J. MacDonald, son of Captain Angus MacDonald and Isabella MacDonald, Aft. 1904.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1921
IN MEMORIAM
Mrs. Archibald J. MacDonald
A deep gloom was thrown over this community by the death at her home, "Glenwood", Souris West, on Nov. 7th, of Mrs. Archibald J. MacDonald, formerly Miss Mary M. MacDonald, of St. Andrew's. In the early part of her illness she spent six weeks at the Charlottetown Hospital under the care of Dr. Jenkins. After her return home she spoke continually, in the most glowing terms, of the great kindness and care she received from the doctor and from the sister and nurses of the Hospital.
Her kind heart and bright generous disposition, as well as her readiness to help all those in sickness and trouble made for her a wide circle of friends, and she will be mourned not only by her own immediate relatives, but by the many friends, and neighbors to whom she was always a true friend and willing helper.
Her mother, Mrs. Catherine MacDonald, of St. Andrew's, although advanced in years spent the greater part of her illness by her side, and was present at her death-bed. She leaves a husband, three step-sons, two step-daughters and an adopted niece, besides her mother: one sister, Mrs. J. H. MacDonald, four brothers: Dr. A. A. MacDonald of Souris, Dr. J. J. MacDonald of Loyola College, Montreal and Joseph of Bankhead, Alberta, to mourn the loss of a kind and loving wife, daughter, mother and sister. During her illness she was patiently and perfectly resigned to God's will, and her death was very calm and peaceful. The many beautiful spiritual offerings, as well as the large number of people who attended the funeral testified to the esteem and affection in which she was held. She was buried on November 9th in the Roman Catholic cemetery at Rollo Bay. The funeral mass was sung by Rev. Dr. Walker, P.P., while the services at the grave were conducted by Rev. Father McLean, V.G. There were present also, Rev. K. McPherson, St. Margaret's; Rev. R. J. MacDonald, East Point, and Rev. P. L. McMahon, Souris.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1913
THE CENTRAL GUARDIAN
*Personals: Miss Mary A. Macdonald who has been teaching for the past year, and a half in Rosenberry, near Nelson, B. C., spent her Easter Vacation with Sister Catherine who is a teacher in St. Vincent's Academy of this place. Both are daughters of Archibald Macdonald of Glenwood, near Souris. Sister Catherine came to this State four years ago to join the Sisters of Providence and has been in this city for the past two years. Miss Macdonald and her brother Valerius, now in Hazelton, B. C., intend to spend the summer vacation in their Island home.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1923
IN MEMORIAM
The death occurred in the Charlottetown Hospital Sunday evening of Mr. Archibald A. MacDonald, aged 69, a highly respected and successful farmer of Glenwood, Souris West.
Mr. MacDonald had been in failing health for over four months. He entered the Charlottetown Hospital last December, and subsequently left for Montreal, and New York, where he was examined by specialists. It was hoped he would receive benefit by the trip, but unfortunately little improvement resulted. He returned to the Island and re-entered the Hospital on January 9th. Since then he gradually grew weaker until he passed away.
He leaves to mourn three sons Professor William J. of the Prince of Wales College; Valerius, Engineer in the Provincial Department of Public Works in connection with the Federal Highway project; and Alphonsus, at home, also two daughters, Mrs. T. P. Hansen in Chilmark, Alta., and Sister Katherine Mary in North Wakima, Washington Territory. One brother, J. J. MacDonald, of Los Angeles, Cal., also survives him.
The remains were taken yesterday afternoon by train to Glenwood and the funeral will take place this morning from Rollo Bay Chapel.
156ii. James MacDonald , M. D., born 1864, a successful physician at Boston, Mass.
157iii.Alexander B. MacDonald, born 1868 in St. Andrew's, PE; died 04 February 1893 in St. Andrew's, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893
DEATH: At St. Andrew's on Saturday the 4th ult., Alexander B. McDonald, beloved son of Joseph McDonald, Esq., and Catherine McDonald, aged 24 years. His remains were interred in St. Andrew's cemetery on the 6th ult. Requiescat in pace.
158iv.John R. MacDonald, born 1869; died 31 May 1910 in Souris, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910
DEATH: At the residence of his brother Dr. A. A. McDonald, Souris, John R. McDonald, recently of Moyie, B. C. Funeral takes place at 9 o'clock a. m., tomorrow, from his mother's home at St. Andrew's. R. I. P.
+159v.Janet Augusta MacDonald, born 21 May 1872.
160vi.Augustine Adolphus "Dr. Gus" MacDonald , M. D., born 06 February 1874; died 14 February 1970 in the Souris Hospital, Souris, PE. He received his M. D. from McGill in 1902. He entered into active practice at Mt. Stewart. He came to Souris in 1904. He married (1) Estelle Agnes Lachance. He married (2) Laura Adeline Campbell, daughter of Sylvanus Pius Campbell and Jessie Steele, Aft. September 1936.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920
DEATH: At Souris on Sunday, April 25th, Estelle Lachance, wife of Dr. A. A. Macdonald, aged forty four years.

LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS
Much sympathy will be extended to Dr. A. A. Macdonald, ex-M.L.A., Souris, on the loss he has sustained in the death of his amiable partner, Mrs. Macdonald, who passed away on Sunday. Mrs Macdonald, who belonged to Montreal, had been in delicate health for some time and her death was due to heart trouble.
161vii.Joseph MacDonald, born 1875; died Bef. 1891.
162vii.Charles Andrew MacDonald, born 30 November 1875. He was in the insurance business in Winnipeg.
163ix.Ellen Gertrude MacDonald, C.N.D., born 16 October 1877; died 26 August 1905.
164x.Catherine Genevieve MacDonald, born 14 July 1879; died 05 April 1901.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1901
DEATH: At St. Andrew's, on the 5th ult., fortified by the last rites of the Holy Mother Church, Catherine Genevieve McDonald, aged 21 years. Her funeral which was held on Easter Sunday, was very largely attended, showing the esteem in which she was held by all classes in the community. May her soul rest in peace.
165xi.Rev. Donald Francis MacDonald , S. J., born 01 May 1881. made sub-deacon, Cathedral, Montreal, 20 December 1919. Profession of the true vows of Religion in Society of Jesus, 2 Feb 1924.

48. Ellen (1st wife) MacDonald was born 1848, and died 16 February 1875 in St. Peter's Bay, PE. She married John P. Sullivan 09 September 1873 in St. Andrews, PE, son of William Sullivan and Mary McCarthy. John P. Sullivan married (2) Ellen (2nd wife) MacDonald, daughter of John Small MacDonald and Isabella (the Lake) Macdonald.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898 DEATH OF MR. J. P. SULLIVAN EX-M.P.P.
The death of Mr. John P. Sullivan, ex-M.P.P., St. Peter's, which occurred in this city yesterday, called forth general regret.
The particulars of Mr. Sullivan's sudden illness, his going into Messrs. Reddin Bros.' Drug Store and subsequent death there, were given in yesterday's PATRIOT. Last evening the body was conveyed by undertaker Hennessey to the residence of the deceased's brother, Chief Justice Sullivan, at Brighton, and this morning by train to St. Peter's.
Mrs. Sullivan, and Miss Ellie Sullivan, Rev. Fr. Gillis, Dr. McDonald and Mr. L. Doyle came to town by the eastern train last evening about two hours after Mr. Sullivan's death.
The late Mr. John P. Sullivan was born at New London, and for years past carried on a general merchandise business at St. Peter's Bay, besides being engaged in agriculture. He was a man of splendid physique, and was as large in heart and broad in mind as he was big in body. Mr. Sullivan enjoyed the high esteem of the community in which he resided, and was noted for his integrity and upright dealing. He represented St. Peter's in the Provincial Legislature, and was moderate in politics, always evincing an earnest desire to safeguard the interests of his constituents.
In his last hours Mr. Sullivan evidenced the courage and assurance of a man who had lived in the fear and admonition of the Lord. With steadfastness and calmness, he awaited the dread summons, at times conversing with those about him, and expressing his last wishes clearly and unfalteringly.
His brother Chief Justice Sullivan and members of the latter's family were with him to the last.
To the bereaved widow and daughter the PATRIOT offers its sincerest sympathy in their unusually sad bereavement.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1900
DIED: At St. Peter's Bay, November 13th, after a long and painful illness, Helen, relict of the late John P. Sullivan, Esq., and daughter of the late Hon. John Small McDonald, Charlottetown. May she rest in peace.

Child of Ellen (1st wife) MacDonald and John Sullivan is:

166i.Ellen Florence Sullivan, born 10 February 1875 in St. Peter's Bay, PE.

Generation No. 4

51. Ronald Alexander MacDonald was born 07 December 1867, and died 07 December 1946 in Mount Stewart, PE. He married (1) Johanna MacDonald Bef. 1911. He married (2) Mary Elizabeth Barrett 14 November 1926 in St. Andrews, PE, daughter of Patrick Barrett and Catherine Gillis.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, JANUARY 31, 1947
IN MEMORIAM: There passed away suddenly at Mount Stewart on December 7th Ronald A. McDonald, formerly of Pisquid, in his 79th year. He had been a lifelong resident of Pisquid where he carried on farming successfully.
His father was the late Alexander McDonald of Pisquid and his mother was Catherine MacDonald of Cherry Valley.
Left to mourn the loss of a loving husband are his widow, formerly Elizabeth Barrett of Glen Roy, one sister, Mrs. D. F. McDonald of Pisquid; one brother Roderick, Vancouver, one daughter, Mae predeceased him ten years ago. One son, Freeman, one year ago.

Children of Ronald MacDonald and Johanna MacDonald are:

167i.Freeman MacDonald, died 08 October 1945.
168ii.Mae MacDonald, born 22 May 1911 in Pisquid, PE; died 21 September 1936 in Charlottetown, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1936
IN MEMORIAM
MISS MacDONALD, R.N.
The death at the Charlottetown Hospital on Sept. 21, 1936, of Miss Mae J. MacDonald, R.N., filled the hearts of her relatives, fellow nurses and many friends with loneliness and sorrow.
Born at Pisquid on May 22, 1911, she was the daughter of Ronald and the late Mrs. MacDonald. After receiving the rudiments of her education in her own district school she entered the Union Commercial College from where she carried off a well earned diploma. Prompted by her strong ambition and her zeal for humanity’s good she entered the training school of the Charlottetown Hospital where she labored zealously for three years winning the love and esteem of her fellow workers and teachers, and the confidence of the Medical staff and above all the devotion and love of the sick and afflicted who were privileged to receive her kindly ministrations. Her greatness of character was reflected in the strict and timely discharge of her duties and her loyalty to her Alma Mater and to her associates.
After her graduation in 1933 she continued the noble work of caring for the sick and her faithful loyal service was given with a willingness that was edifying to all. Her short life was filled with unwritten good deeds and the serenity with which she bore her last illness and met death told of peace within. We feel confident that on the shores of Eternity she has heard from the lips of her Maker and Judge the words of the motto of her training school, “Minimis Mihi.” “To the least even unto Me.” which were ever before her when carrying on the great work of her profession.
If done in my Name there is naught so small
That heedless or lost to the earth can fall
A word of comfort, a smile of cheer,
A moving glance, a tender tear, a cooling draught, an act of live,
Will have its reward in My Home above.
“For whatever you do to the least of Mine you do it unto Me.”
On Sept. 25th her requiem mass was chanted at St. Andrew’s by Rev. George McCormac. In the Sanctuary were her devoted pastor, Rev. A. P. McLellan, Rev. Dr. B. Gillis, Rev. Dr. W. V. MacDonald, and Rev. Father McCardle. The Sisters and nurses of the Charlottetown Hospital attended the funeral in a body, her six classmates acting as honorary pallbearers. The church was filled with laity, many of whom she nursed back to health. Services at the grave were conducted by Rev. Geo. McCormac.
The immediate relatives left to mourn are her sorrowing parents and one brother, Freeman.
The many floral offerings, mass cards, spiritual bouquets and letters of sympathy testify to the esteem in which she was held.

56. Mary Penelope MacDonald was born 09 November 1880, and died 1926. She married James Victor Egan 07 October 1913 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE, son of David Egan and Johanna MacLauchlan.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913
THE CENTRAL GUARDIAN - Wedding Bells: St. Andrew's Church was the scene of a pretty wedding on Tuesday, October the seventh, when , Miss Mary P. McDonald daughter of Mr. Alex McDonald of Allisary, became the wife of Mr. James Victor Egan of the same place, the nuptial knot being tied by the pastor, Rev. A. P. McLellan. The bride was attended by her cousin Miss Ida McDonald. Mr. Arthur Coffin of Mount Stewart, ably supported the groom.

Children of Mary MacDonald and James Egan are:

169i.Evelyn E. Egan, born 1919; died 09 January 2000 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE. She married J. Daniel MacAskill, M.M. Daniel died 13 March 2005 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
170ii.Winnifred Egan, died 08 November 2004 in Whisperwood Villa, Charlottetown, PE. She married Paul Harper

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171iii.Kathleen Egan. She married // MacDonald.
172iv.Marion Egan. She married // Baldwin.
173v.Aletha Egan, died Bef. 08 November 2004. She married // Harper.

57. Annie Ellen MacDonald was born 15 April 1882 in Allisary, PE. She married John J. MacGillivray 24 August 1909 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE, son of Donald MacGillivray and Mary MacDougald.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1909
HYMENEAL
St. Andrew's Church was the scene of a very happy event on August 24th when Miss Annie McDonald, daughter of Mr. Alexander McDonald, Allisary, was united in marriage to Mr. John McGillvary, of Blooming Point. The bride was very becomingly attired in a gown of white silk, with hat to match, and was attended by her sister, Miss Mary, who was very prettily gowned in white organdie, and wore a black picture hat, while the groom was ably supported by his brother, Mr. James McGillvary of New York.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. P. McLellan, P.P., assisted by Rev. P. D. McGuigan, of Tracadie in the presence of only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. The wedding party then drove to the home of the bride's parents where a sumptuous dinner awaited them. Many fitting speeches were given and heartiest congratulations and best wishes extended to the newly wedded couple, and as evening advanced a number of youth and beauty of Allisary and surrounding country assembled and music and dancing were indulged in till "The Wee Sma Hours." On Wednesday evening the wedding party drove to their future home in Blooming Point where a dainty reception awaited them. The popularity of the newly wedded couple was testified by the many and valuable presents received. The groom's present to the bride was a handsome gold bracelet and to the bridesmaid a beautiful brooch. The Examiner joins in wishing Mr. and Mrs. McGillivary a long and happy journey through life.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1936
IN MEMORIAM
There passed peacefully away at his home in Blooming Point on May 6th, after only a few days’ illness, J. J. MacGillivray, at the comparatively early age of 69 years.
The late Mr. MacGillivray suffered a severe attack of flu some three years ago, and although apparently having made a good recovery, he never fully regained his usual robust health. When, therefore, that dreaded malady again attacked him this spring, pneumonia developed early, and, despite all that loving hands and medical skill could do, he succumbed after only one week’s illness.
Always bright and cheerful, he remained so to the very end and on the above date, surrounded by his sorrowing family and strengthened and comforted by the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church, he passed peacefully to his eternal reward.
Mr. MacGillivray was born in Blooming Point in 1867, and spent practically all his life there. He followed the dual occupation of farming and fishing and was recognized in his day as a master hand with a sail-boat. A beautiful and spacious home stands as a memorial to his unfailing courage and industry, while the esteem and respect in which he was held by an exceptionally large circle of friends attests to his upright and honorable character.
By his untimely demise his stricken family is bereft of the kindest and most loving of parents whom to know was to love, and Blooming Point has lost one of its most respected citizens.
Besides a sorrowing widow he leaves to mourn three sons: Donald and Victor, at home, and Vincent, at present teaching in Grand Tracadie; also two daughters, Mary, at present teaching in Blooming Point, and Rita, at home. He is also survived by three brothers and one sister, Pius and James, Boston, Mass.; Thomas, New York, and Margaret, Mrs. Alexander MacAulay, Johnston’s River, to all of whom is extended the sincerest sympathy of an innumerable host of friends.
On May 8th a very largely attended funeral was held to St. Bonaventure’s Church, Tracadie Cross, where the pastor, Rev. Msgr. Maurice McDonald, celebrated the funeral Mass and also conducted the services at the grave.
The pall-bearers were Messrs. D. J. MacDonald, R. L. MacDonald, J. D. MacDonald, Ellis Lacey, Harold Lacey and Maurice Kelley.
Mass cards and letters of sympathy were received from the following:
Mass Cards:
Mrs. MacGillivray and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. MacAulay and son Daniel, Johnston’s River.
Miss Catherine MacDonald, Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dowling, South Shore.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. MacDonald, Allisory.
Mr. J. Aeneas MacDonald, Allisory.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacDonald, Allisory.
Miss Etta MacDonald, Allisory.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barrett, Glenroy.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. MacDougall, Blooming Point.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. MacDonald, Blooming Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen MacDougall, Vernon River.
Mr. and Mrs. William MacDonald, Tracadie.
Mr. and Mrs. A. James MacDonald, Tracadie.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack MacIntyre, Charlottetown.
Mr. and Mrs. James Revell, Charlottetown.
Mrs. Theresa and Florence Revell, Charlottetown.
Mr. Donald S. MacDonald, Charlottetown.
Miss Noreen Cullen, Charlottetown.
The pupils of Grand Tracadie School.
Mrs. N. J. MacDonald, Grand Tracadie.
Mrs. McKenna, Grand Tracadie.
Miss Eileen Duffy, Grand Tracadie.
Miss Eileen MacDonald, Grand Tracadie.
Miss Norah McKinnon, Grand Tracadie.
Mr. Stephen Morrison and Mary, Savage Harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. MacDonald, Peakes Station.
Miss Catherine MacDougall, Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Annie Powers, Boston, Mass.
Miss Nellie MacDonald, Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. MacIntyre, Grand Tracadie.
Letters of Sympathy:
Misses Margaret and Nan Revell, New York.
Mrs. Peter Fleming, Boston, Mass.
Miss Catherine MacDonald, Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Annie Powers, Boston, Mass.
Miss Nellie MacDonald, Boston, Mass.
Miss Edna Corrigan, Charlottetown.
Miss Anna Doyle, Charlottetown.
Sr. John Baptist, City Hospital, Charlottetown.
Mr. J. A. MacDonald, Barrister, Charlottetown.
Miss Noreen Cullen, Charlottetown.
Mr. Francis Lacey, Charlottetown.
Mother St. Marguerita, Souris Convent.
Miss Ellen MacDonald, Souris Convent.
Miss Mary MacIntyre, Morell.
Miss Lena MacIntyre, Indian River.
Mr. James Dowling, South Shore.
Mr. Donald MacDonald, Bradalbane.
Mr. Charles MacDonald, St. Peter’s.
Mrs. Peter O. MacDonald, Peakes Station.
Miss Patricia Jamieson, Panmure Island.
Miss Florence Revell, Montreal.
Miss Catherine MacDougall, Boston, Mass.
May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Annie MacDonald and John MacGillivray are:

174i.Donald MacGillivray.
175ii.Victor MacGillivray.
176iii.Vincent MacGillivray.
177vi.Mary MacGillivray.
178v.Rita MacGillivray.

60. Mary Ann "Minnie" MacDonald was born 1858 in West St. Peters, PE, and died 15 June 1909 in Tracadie, PE. She married Allan Joseph MacDonald 21 January 1890 in St. Andrews, PE, son of Donald Augustine MacDonald and Penelope MacDonald. Dispensation: third and fourth degree of consanguinity, also fourth degree of consanguinity.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890
MARRIAGE: At St. Andrew’s, on the 21st inst., by Very Rev. Monsignor McDonald, Allan J. McDonald, merchant, of Tracadie Cross, to Mary Annie, eldest daughter of James McDonald, Esq., West St. Peter’s.

Children of Mary MacDonald and Allan MacDonald are:

179i.Joseph Basil MacDonald, born 12 August 1890 in Tracadie Cross, PE; died 1890.
180ii.Mary Helena MacDonald, born 24 August 1891 in Tracadie, PE. She married ??? Stewart.
181iii.Penzie Josephine MacDonald, born 27 August 1893 in Tracadie Cross, PE; died 19 October 1894 in Tracadie Cross, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1894
DIED: At Tracadie Cross, on Oct. 19th, Penzie Josephine, dearly beloved daughter of Allan and Minnie McDonald, aged 13 months.
182iv.James Ćneas MacDonald, born 25 February 1896 in Tracadie Cross, PE. He married Catherine Bell McCabe 22 September 1923 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie Cross, PE.
183v.Charlotte Aurelia "Rilla" MacDonald, born 26 June 1899. She married Edward James Reardon 12 November 1923 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1923
THE CENTRAL GUARDIAN - WEDDING BELLS: A very interesting event took place at St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, on Monday morning, Nov. 12th, when Mr. E. J. Reardon of Covehead Road was united in marriage with Miss Rilla MacDonald of the same place, the ceremony being performed by the pastor, Rev. J. B. McIntyre. The bride who looked very charming in a suit of blue was attended by her cousin, Miss Margaret MacDonald of Tracadie, who also wore blue. The groom was supported by Mr. Frank Reardon of Crarlottetown. After the ceremony the wedding party motored to various points of interest, returning in the evening to the home of the groom where a wedding reception awaited them including only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom, and after all partaking of the sumptuous supper, the guests departed to their homes. Wishing Mr. and Mrs. Reardon a long and prosperous journey through life.
184vi.Donald S. MacDonald, born 04 February 1905; died 1984.

62. Charlotte Josephine MacDonald was born 20 January 1861 in West St. Peter's, PE, and died 29 October 1936 in Tracadie Cross, PE. She married Augustine A. MacDonald 03 February 1891 in St. Andrew's, PE. Dispensation: third and fourth degree of consanguinity, also fourth degree of consanguinity. Augustine's paternal grandmother, Margaret MacDonald, was sister of Charlotte's great grandfather, Donald (the Lake) MacDonald. This accounts for the third and fourth degree of consanguinity.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1936
DEATH: Died at Tracadie Cross on October 29th, 1936, Mrs. Augustine A. MacDonald, age 76 years. Funeral Saturday morning at 9 o’clock.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1921
OBITUARY: A wave of sadness swept over this community on Sunday, Feb. 20th, when it was learned that the Angel of Death had visited, and claimed for its victim, Augustine A. McDonald, Tracadie Cross, at the age of 74 years.
The deceased had been enjoying good health until five days before his death when he was stricken down by that dreaded desease, pneumonia, and notwithstanding all that medical skill and kind nursing could do his spirit took flight after being fortified by the last sacraments of the church of which he was always a faithful member. Truly it may be said of him, "He lived a good life, and died a happy death."
The voice of the people of a community in which a man resides is regarded as one of the best tests of his worth, and judged by this standard alone, Mr. McDonald leaves a reputation which in itself is a rich inheritance for his family and relatives.
All who knew him had a good opinion of and a word of praise for him. He was recognized as a man of sound judgement, broad tolerance, undoubted integrity and a loving husband and father. His funeral took place Tuesday morning to St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, and notwithstanding the early hour, and cold weather, was largely attended, many coming a long distance to bear testimony to the high esteem and sincere friendship they entertained for their departed friend.
The pall bearers were - John J. McGillivary, John N. McDonald, Jos. McKenna, Jos. Egan, Maurice Kelly and Jos. Fisher.
A solemn High Mass of Requiem was offered by the Pastor, Rev. J. B. McIntyre, after which the remains were interred in the adjoining cemetery.
He leaves to mourn a sorrowing widow, nee Charlotte McDonald; one son Basil, at home; and five daughters viz., Nellie in Boston; Penzie and Josephine, lately returned from Western Canada; Margaret, nurse in the Charlottetown Hospital; Catherine, teacher in St. Andrew's; and two brothers, Allan of Tracadie, and John in Boston, and one sister Johanna to all of whom we tender our sympathy in their sad bereavement.

Children of Charlotte MacDonald and Augustine MacDonald are:

185i.Daniel Basil MacDonald, born 15 February 1892 in Tracadie, PE; died 1975 in Tracadie, PE. He married Margaret MacPhee.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892
BIRTH: At Tracadie Cross, on Monday, the 15th inst., the wife of Augustine A. McDonald, of a son.

MACDONALD - The funeral of D. Basil MacDonald took place on Tuesday morning from the Hennessey Funeral Home to St. Bonaventure church, Tracadie, where the funeral mass of concelebration was offered by Rev. E. Van de Ven, P. P., assisted by Rt. Rev. William Simpson, Rev. Clare MacDonald and and Rev. Mervyn McNally. Present in the sanctuary were Rt. Rev. P. F. MacDonald, V. G., Rev. Reginald MacDonald, Rev. Leonard MacDonald, Rev. Eric Robin and Rev. Pius Murnaghan. The lesson of the mass was read by Father McNally and the homily delivered by Monsignor Simpson. Mr. George MacDonald sang "How Great Thou Art" at the Communion. The honorary pall bearers were Donald S. MacDonald, Roddie Joe MacDonald, Patrick Lacey, William Lacey, James MacIsaac, Alex MacInnis, Elmer McQuaid and Phillip Long. T he pall bearers were Alex J. MacDonald, Basil MacDougall, Wilfred Lacey, Ray Campbell, Arthur MacKinnon and Peter MacDonald. Six grandsons acted as flower bearer, Shane MacDonald, David MacDonald, PauI MacDonald, Marc MacDonald, Scot MacDonald and Gerald MacDonald. In attendance at the funeral were representatives of the Bedford Institute of Oceanology, Bedford, N. S., C. N. R. Employees, staff of the Charlottetown Hospital, Holiday Island Motel, Lennox Nursing Home, Mt. Stewart Senior Citizens Club, the Mount Stewart Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, the Tracadie Consolidated School and the Sisters of the Congregations of Notre Dame and St. Martha. Interment took place in the church cemetery with Father Van de Ven officiating. The Legion graveside service was conducted by Comrade Coffin Douglas with the Last Post and Reveille sounded.
186ii.Mary Ellen MacDonald, born 03 October 1893 in Tracadie, PE; died 1969 in Charlottetown, PE.
187iii.Penelope Lauretta MacDonald, born 28 June 1895 in Tracadie, PE; died 14 August 1974 in Charlottetown, PE. She married Joseph Aloysius Campbell 28 September 1927 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, PE.
188iv.Minnie Josephine MacDonald, born 28 February 1897 in Tracadie, PE; died in Halifax, NS. She married Francis Lomond MacDougall 12 September 1923 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1923
THE CENTRAL GUARDIAN - MacDonald-MacDougall Wedding: On Sept. 12 a very interesting event took place at St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie when Annie Josephine MacDonald, of that place united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Francis Lomond MacDougall of Port Hill. Rev. Reginald F. MacDonald, cousin of the bride, with the assistance of Rev. John P. McIntyre, parish priest of Tracadie, performed the ceremony. The bride was charmingly attired in a navy blue tricotine suit with hat to match and was attended by her sister Miss Penzie MacDonald who also wore a navy blue suit. The groom was ably supported by Mr. Rupert MacDougall of Richmond. A delicious breakfast was served by the bride's mother Mrs. Charlotte J. MacDonald, after which the bridal party motored to various parts of interest, and after spending a most enjoyable day returned in the evening where a wedding reception was awaiting them. Many friends and relatives were present to wish the happy young couple many years of wedded bliss, while the numerous valuable gifts presented to the bride evidenced the high esteem in which she was held by her many friends. After partaking of a sumptuous repast the rest of the evening was spent in dancing, then the guests returned to their respective homes after wishing Mr. and Mrs. MacDougall every success and happiness in their journey through life. The following day the couple motored to their future home at Port Hill, where after the usual good wishes of the groom's friends who had gathered to welcome them, they repaired to the dining room, and enjoyed the bounteous supper prepared for them.
189v.Margaret MacDonald, born 30 May 1898 in Tracadie, PE; died December 1966 in Detroit, Michigan. She married Otto McKenna.
190vi.Catherine MacDonald, C.N.D., born 23 August 1902 in Tracadie, PE; died 15 September 1992 in Charlottetown, PE.

63. James Bernard MacDonald was born 06 December 1862 in West St. Peter's, PE, and died 19 December 1942 in West St. Peter's, PE. He married Lucina MacDonald, daughter of Ronald "The Shipbuilder" MacDonald and Eleanor MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1901
OBITUARY: On Friday morning, November 29th, Lucina S. Macdonald, beloved wife of James B. Macdonald, of West St. Peter's, passed away peacefully from the world of trouble to reap the reward of a life well spent at the early age of 38 years. The deceased had been in delicate health for some months, and the end came quite unexpectedly. All that medical care and the kind ministerations of friends and the family could bestow were unavailing. She leaves a sorrowing husband and two children to mourn.
In her death the people of the locality in which she lived are bereft of a woman endowed with all the highest traits that constitute the true and noble Christian. Her charity, kindnes and motherly affection endeared her to all with whom she became acquainted.
Among the members of the family circle left to mourn are her brothers the Rev. D. J. G. Macdonald of St. George's and R. F. Macdonald of Souris. She was the daughter of the late lamented R. G. Macdonald, shipbuilder, &c., of Pisquid. A mother now advanced in years on the old homestead and three sisters are also left to lament the loss of an endearing daughter and sister.
The funeral from West St. Peter's to St. Andrew's church on Sunday afternoon, Dec 1st., was the largest that took place in tnat part of the country for years. People from Tracadie, Souris, St. Peter's, Morell, Pisquid and all the surrounding country were there in respect to the memory of one who stood high in the esteem and affection of all. The Rev. A. P. McLellan, of St. Andrew's officiated at the church and grave. R.I.P.

Children of James MacDonald and Lucina MacDonald are:

191i.Aeneas Chrysostom MacDonald, born 03 October 1895 in West St. Peters, PE. He married Sarah MacIntyre in St. Andrews, PE.
192ii.Rev. Reginald Faber MacDonald, born 09 August 1897 in West St. Peter's, PE; died 09 April 1979 in Charlottetown Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.

67. Donald Joseph "Lowe" MacDonald was born 08 May 1870 in West St. Peter's, PE, and died 1929 in Blooming Point, PE. He married Mary A. MacDonald September 1910.


Children of Donald MacDonald and Mary MacDonald are:

1931.Charles MacDonald, born 1917 in Blooming Point, PE; died 1969 in Blooming Point, PE.
194ii.James Reginald MacDonald, born Abt. 1925; died 18 February 2000 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.
195iii.Raymond MacDonald, died Aft. 18 February 2000. He married Renee //.
196iv.Marie MacDonald, died Bef. 18 February 2000. She married John D. MacDonald.
197v.Peter F. MacDonald, died 01 January 1992. He married Anna T. Hickey.
198vi.Joseph MacDonald, died Bef. 18 February 2000.
199vii.Bernadette MacDonald, died Bef. 18 February 2000.
200viii.Augustine R. MacDonald, died Bef. 18 February 2000.

71. Penelope Ida MacDonald was born 28 July 1883 in West St. Peter's, PE, and died 20 April 1926 in Peake's Station, PE. She married Peter Oswald MacDonald 21 September 1915 in St. Andrews, PE, son of Allan (Bornish) MacDonald and Mary Gillis.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1926
After a brief illness, the death occurred at Peake's Station on April 20th, 1926, of Mrs. Peter O. MacDonald (nee Ida Macdonald).
The funeral was conducted to St. Cuthbert's Church, St. Theresa's on Thursday morning, April 22nd, where a Requiem High Mass was celebrated and interment took place.
The services at the church and grave were performed by Rev. Reginald F. Macdonald, nephew of the deceased.
A sorrowing husband and four small children also three brothers and three sisters and a large number of other relatives and friends are left to mourn her loss.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1926
IN MEMORIAM: It is with feelings of deepest sorrow that we chronicle the death of Mrs. Peter O. MacDonald which sad event took place at her home at Peakes Station on Monday, April 19, 1926 in the forty-third year of her age. Mrs. MacDonald (nee Ida MacDonald) was a daughter of the late James MacDonald of West St. Peters and had enjoyed good health until within one day of her death, for God had sent His angel of death, this time to call a loving wife and mother to her eternal reward, and fortified by the last rites of the Holy Catholic Church administered by her pastor Rev. J. A. MacDonald, she calmly breathed forth her soul into the hands of its maker.
Deceased previous to her marriage was engaged in the teaching profession, and by her sterling character, gained for herself a wide circle of friends, all of whom extend to the grief-stricken husband their heartfelt sympathy in his sad bereavement but God's ways are best and as her life here could not be prolonged let us join with her family in saying "though our hearts are wrung with sorrow Lord Thy will be done."
Besides a sorrowing husband and four small children she leaves to mourn three brothers: Rev. Peter F. MacDonald, P. P., Butte, Montana; James B., M. L. A., West St Peters; Donald, Blooming Point and three sisters Mrs. C. J. MacDonald, Tracadie Cross; Miss Lillian, West St. Peters; and Miss Letitia, R. N., Boston, Mass.
The funeral of the late Mrs. MacDonald took place from her home to St. Cuthbert's Church, St. Teresa's where a large number of friends and relations had gathered to assist at the impressive funeral service which the Roman Catholic Church confers on her faithful children. A requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Reginald F. MacDonald, nephew of the deceased, afterwards were laid to rest the remains of her who had been an upright and respected woman.
The pall bearers were Messrs. Joseph A. Macdonald, P. Macdonald, Pius Macdonald, Phillip Mooney, R. F. Macdonald, P. F. McAdam.
May her soul rest in peace.
Mass cards: - Rev. Peter F. Macdonald, Butte, Montana, U. S. A.; Rev. R. F. Macdonald, Brae, P. E. I.; Rev. R. J. Macdonald, St. Columba; Hon. Dr. W. J. P. MacMillan; Jas. B. Macdonald, M. L. A.; Mrs. Charlotte Macdonald; Miss Catherine L. Macdonald, Mrs. MacDougall, John J. and Annie, Mr. Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gillis, Charlottetown; Mr. George Macdonald, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hennessey, Charlottetown; The Women's Institute, Peakes Station; St. Teresa's Altar Society; Mr. Paul Cooney, Butte, Montana; Sister's School, Butte, Montana; Altar Society, Butte, Montana.
Letters of Sympathy:- Margaret Frances, Charlottetown; Miss Teresa Gillis, Waltham, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Macdonald, Medford, Mass; Rev. S. J. Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Leard; L. Valley; Miss Mary E. Macdonald, Brookline, Mass.
Telegrams:- Rev. Peter F. Macdonald, Butte, Montana; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Macdonald, Staten Island, N. Y.

Children of Penelope MacDonald and Peter MacDonald are:

201i.Allan Joseph MacDonald, born 1921 in Peake's Station, PE; died 17 January 2000 in Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.
202ii.Mary MacDonald. She married Egbert LaPorte.
203iii.Eileen F. MacDonald, born 15 September 1919 in Peake's Station, PE; died 11 November 2004 in Peake's Station, PE. She married Earl "Ronnie Dan" MacDonald.
204iv.Reginald MacDonald. He married Mary M. MacEachern.

80. Bernard John MacDonald was born 10 October 1869 in Orwell Cove, PE, and died 1952. He married Catherine Cairns.


Children of Bernard MacDonald and Catherine Cairns are:

205i.Estelle Mary MacDonald, born 1916, Orwell, PE; died 18 October 2004 in King's County Hospital, Montague, PE. She married Francis A. McKenna. Francis died before 12 August 2002.
206ii.Catherine J. MacDonald, born 1919 in Orwell, PE; died 28 September 2006 in Winchester Hospital, Mass. She married Francis McNamara. Francis died before 12 August 2002.
207iii.Bernadette Teresa MacDonald, born 04 February 1929; died 11 October 1939.
208iv.Mae MacDonald, CND.
209v.Newman MacDonald. Newman married Hilda //.
210vi.Margaret MacDonald, died 12 August 2002 in Kingston, ON. Margaret was interred in St. Hedwig's Cemetery, Barry's Bay, ON. She married Walter Leo Etmanski. Walter died in 1988.

92. Penelope MacLellan. She married James MacIntyre.


Children of Penelope MacLellan and James MacIntyre are:

211i.Ronald MacIntyre.
212ii.Margaret MacIntyre. She married Dr. Kickhan.
213iii.Mary MacIntyre.

94. Hubert T. MacDonald was born 15 January 1870 in North Bedeque, PE. He married Margaret Ann MacDonald 10 November 1892 in St. Mary's Church, Boston, MA, daughter of John MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1892
MARRIAGE: At St. Mary's Church, Boston, Mass., on the 10th inst., by Rev. Father Byrne, Hubert T. Macdonald, son of D. H. Macdonald, Bedeque, to Miss Maggie A. Macdonald, daughter of John Macdonald, of Clermont.

Children of Hubert MacDonald and Margaret MacDonald are:

214i.Bernard H. MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE. He married Dorothy Banham.
215ii.Edward J. MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE.
216iii.John Earl MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE.
217iv.Joseph A. MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE.
218v.Rev. Leo A. MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE.
219vi.Margaret MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE. She married Henry O. Devion.
220vii.Ronald J. MacDonald, born in Clermont, PE.
221viii.Daniel J. MacDonald, born 04 June 1894 in Clermont, PE. He married Theresa Bedford.
222ix.Marion MacDonald, born 03 July 1895 in Clermont, PE.
223x.Josephine MacDonald, born 01 February 1897 in Clermont, PE. She married O. E. Caza, M.D.
224xi.Gladys MacDonald, born 24 April 1898 in Clermont, PE.

96. James E. MacDonald was born 17 November 1873 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 05 April 1960. He married Margaret MacNeill, daughter of Hugh MacNeill and Miss MacKinnon.


Children of James MacDonald and Margaret MacNeill are:

225i.Cecelia G. MacDonald, born 27 March 1922; died 01 April 1922.
226ii.James Edward MacDonald, born 30 January 1924 in North Bedeque, PE; died 30 September 1931 in North Bedeque, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1931
EIGHT YEAR OLD BOY DROWNS AT BEDEQUE - Young Son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McDonald Jumps From Raft. Body Was Recovered This Morning: A sad tragedy occurred near McDonald's Point, North Bedeque, yesterday afternoon when Master Edward, only child of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McDonald lost his life when out on a raft with his cousin John Leckey, son of Alban Leckey.
It appears that the two little boys, both eight years of age, after they came home from school went down to the shore from McDonald's home, which is one of the shore farms at McDonald's Point. They got into a raft which was on the shore and suceeded in pushing it off. The raft began to drift out to sea and the children became frightened. John jumped out and waded in water up to his neck to the shore. He at once ran to McDonald's home for assistance. Neighbors went down and taking another boat soon reached the raft, but it only contained the clothes of the other little chap.
It ie supposed that he had stopped to take off his garments before following his little companion's example and jumped into deep water. The water is very deep near the shore at this point and the current strong.The first little fellow showed great endurance in his struggle to reach shore. The other little chap delayed a little too long.
The body was recovered this morning.
Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents as he was their only child and a loveable little fellow. Only that morning he had attended the closing Services of the children's Mission in Saint Paul's Church, Summerside, and received Holy Communion from Reverend Father Connolly, one of the Mission Priests.
The deceased was a nephew of Mrs. W. D. Gillis of Charlottetown.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1931
WESTERN GUARDIAN - Laid to Rest: The remains of Little Edward, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McDonald of North Bedeque, were laid to rest in the R. C. Cemetery at Summerside on Saturday morning. The funeral services held in St. Paul's Church were very largely attended by old and young. The Convent children attended in a body and the little children who had made their first Communion with Edward were also present at the request of Rev. J. J. McDonald, pastor of St. Paul's Church, who said the Requiem Mass. The pallbearers were the deceased little playmates, Masters Charlie Hogan, Billy Wood, Tanton McNeill and Kane Rattery. Rev. Bennett McDonald officiated at the grave. The large concourse of people who attended the funeral from town and country showed the deep sympathy expressed for the bereaved parents in their sad and tragic loss.
227iii.Donald H. MacDonald, born 30 July 1925; died 08 October 1925.

100. Amy L. MacDonald was born 01 November 1883 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 1927. She married Alban Lecky.


Children of Amy MacDonald and Alban Leckie are:

228i.Joseph Lecky, born in North Bedeque, PE; died in North Bedeque, PE.
229ii.John A. Lecky, born 1923 in North Bedeque, PE; died 27 December 2003 at the Smith Lodge, Charlottetown, PE. He married Leonora MacInnis.

101. Ronald H. MacDonald, M.D. was born 27 October 1885 in North Bedeque, PE. He married Nona Hutchison.


Children of Ronald MacDonald and Nona Hutchison are:

230i.Allan M. MacDonald, died Bef. 2004 in Calgary, AB.
231ii.Malcolm Hugh MacDonald , M.D., born 05 May 1927 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; died 14 January 2004 in Rockyview General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta. He married Nancy Hachenberg Abt. 1957.
232iii.Mary MacDonald.
233iv.Nona MacDonald. She married William Arthurs Heaslip who died 03 March 2006 of a cerebral hemorrhage at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Florida.

103. Claire M. MacDonald was born 07 July 1892 in North Bedeque, PE, and died 09 January 1942 in Charlottetown, PE. She married William D. Gillis 1921, son of Angus Gillis and Mary MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1942
The Late Mrs. William D. Gillis
The death occurred at her home, 4 Water Street, Charlottetown, yesterday morning of Mrs. William D. Gillis. She had been ill about two months, and for a month was a patient in the Private Pavilion of the Montreal General Hospital.
Mrs. Gillis, (nee Clare MacDonald) was born in North Bedeque July 7, 1892, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. MacDonald.
She received her early education in the district school and later attended the Souris Convent and Notre Dame Academy in Charlottetown.
In 1914 she entered the training school for nurses in the Roosevelt Hospital, New York, and graduated from that institution.
She was engaged in nursing in New York for several years prior to her marriage in 1921. Since coming to Charlottetown the late Mrs. Gillis had taken an active part in the work of the church, the Red Cross, war and charitable organizations, the City Hospital and the schools. She was Vice President of the Queen Square Home and School Association.
She possessed those fine qualities of mind and heart which endeared her to all who knew her, and many friends in and beyond the province will learn with deep regret of the passing of this talented, kind and lovable Christian woman.
She will be greatly missed in the community in whose welfare she had always been enthusiastically interested and the family bereaved of a devoted wife and mother will have the sincere sympathy of our people.
She leaves to mourn a sorrowing husband, two sons, Donald and Angus, the former a student at Prince of Wales College and the latter at St. Dunstan's University; two daughters, Joan and Mary, pupils of Notre Dame Academy, three brothers, Dr. Ronald H. MacDonald, D.S.O., M.C., Saskatoon, Sask., Hubert MacDonald, Winnipeg, Manitoba, and James MacDonald on the old homestead, North Bedeque, also three sisters, Rev. Mother Clara, head of the order of the Sisters of Mercy of Manchester, N.H.; Miss Beatrice MacDonald of New York (United States, D.S.C., British M.M. and R.R.C., and French Croix de Guerre) and Miss Nellie MacDonald of North Bedeque.
Miss Beatrice and Miss Nellie are at present in Charlottetown.
The funeral of Mrs. Gillis will take place Monday morning at 8.45 from her late residence to St. Dunstan's Basilica, where service will be held at 9 o'clock.

Children of Claire MacDonald and William Gillis are:

234i.Donald Gillis.
235ii.Angus Gillis.
236iii.Joan Gillis.
237iv.Mary Gillis.

113. Austin James MacLellan was born 27 May 1872 in Indian River, PE, and died 15 October 1935 in Indian River, PE. He married Margaret Rosella Campbell, daughter of Stephen Campbell and Catherine MacLellan.


Children of Austin MacLellan and Margaret Campbell are:

238i.Mary MacLellan. She married Mr. Maucione.
239ii.Donald Stephen MacLellan. He married Mary Elinor Elizabeth MacDonald who died 15 April 2004 at the Beach Grove Home, Charlottetown.
240iii.J. Allan MacLellan. He married Mary Jo Gallant.

116. Charles E. MacDonald was born in Indian River, PE, and died 02 September 1926 in Borden, PE. He married Amelia Helena Bearisto 01 February 1910 in St. Mary's, Indian River, daughter of Duncan Bearisto.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1910
WEDDING BELLS
On Tuesday, the 1st inst., at St. Mary's Church, Indian River, the marriage took place of Charles E. McDonald, son of the late Hon. John A. McDonald, to Amelia Helena Bearisto, daughter of Mr. Duncan Bearisto, Esq., of the same place. The ceremony was performed by Rev. John Archie McDonald, brother of the groom, assisted by Rev. Mgr. Gillis, P.P. The groomsman was Mr. Austin McLellan, of Indian River. The bridesmaid was Miss Bernice Wallace, of Alma. The bride was beautifully attired in a suit of gray. A large gathering of their friends were present to offer congratulations and best wishes. The happy couple were the recipients of numerous and beautiful presents.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910
MARRIAGE: At Indian River, Feb 1st., Rev. J. A. McDonald, brother of the groom officiating, assisted by Rev. Mgr. Gillis, Miss Millie Beairsto, of Malpeque, to Chas. E. McDonald, son of the late Hon. J. A. McDonald, for many years Speaker of the Legislature.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1926
FATAL ACCIDENT AT BORDEN YESTERDAY: About 7 o'clock last evening a very deplorable accident occurred at Borden when Mr. Charles E. MacDonald, Customs officer at Borden, was killed. The deceased was crossing the street from the hotel to the station when an automobile came round the corner of a by-street knocking him down and passing over him. Death was almost instantaneous, the deceased passing away about ten minutes after the accident.
There are left to mourn, besides a sorrowing widow and four children, one sister, Mrs. Pansy Wood, Summerside and two brothers, Rev. Father John A. MacDonald, Lot 7 and Mr. Ronald MacDonald, Miami, Florida.

Children of Charles MacDonald and Amelia Bearisto are:

241i.Annie MacDonald. She married Mr. Noonan.
242ii.Mary MacDonald. She married Mr. Roberts.
243iii.John MacDonald. He married Irene //.
244iv.Roberta (Jean) MacDonald, died 09 June 2002 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE. She married Clovis Perry.
245v.Ronald MacDonald.

119. Jeannie MacDonald was born in Indian River, PE. She married C. H. Hickey.


Children of Jeannie MacDonald and C. Hickey are:

246i.John Hickey.
247ii.Gordon Hickey.
248iii.Mary Hickey. She married Martin Cullen.
249iv.Isabelle Hickey.

120. Bernice MacDonald was born in Indian River, PE. She married Adrien Arsenault.


Children of Bernice MacDonald and Adrien Arsenault are:

250i.Ellen Arsenault. She married Charles MacDonald.
251ii.John Arsenault. He married Marie //.
252iii.Leonard Arsenault. He married Willena //.
253iv.J. J. Leonce Arsenault, born 30 October 1921 in Summerside, PE; died 22 December 1998 in Prince County Hospital, Summerside, PE. He married Daphne Ruth Stevenson 1944.
254v.Adrien Francois Joseph Arsenault, born 1923 in Pleasant Grove, PE; died 07 May 2002 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE.

121. Penelope Matilda MacDonald was born 1889 in Indian River, PE, and died 1978 in Summerside, PE. She married (1) James H. Wood 01 December 1920 in St. Paul's Church, Summerside, PE, son of Henry Wood and Margaret Brazil. She married (2) William Callaghan Aft. 1924.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889
BIRTH: At Summerside, on the 5th inst., the wife of H. P. Woods, of a son.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920
THIS WEEK'S NEWS - MONDAY - WEDDING BELLS: A very pretty but quiet wedding took place at 5:45 a.m. in St. Paul's Church, Wednesday morning when Miss Pansy MacDonald, daughter of Mr. John MacDonald of Summerside, was united in marriage to Mr. James H. Wood, son of Mr. H. P. Wood also of Summerside. They were attended by Miss Irene McLellan who acted as bridesmaid while Mr. Joseph Wood, brother of the groom, supported him. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. John A. MacDonald of Lot 7, brother of the bride, asssisted by Rev. Fr. R. St. John.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1924
THE WESTERN GUARDIAN: The funeral of the late Councillor James H. Wood was held on Monday, St. Paul's, Summerside.

Children of Penelope MacDonald and James Wood are:

255i.William Wood, born 1922; died 1963.
256ii.James Wood.

127. Angus David MacDonald was born 02 March 1858 in Little Pond, PE, and died 08 March 1936 in Little Pond, PE. He married (1) Mary MacDonald 31 January 1888 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE, daughter of Ronald MacDonald and Ann MacDonald. He married (2) Mary Cecelia MacKenzie Aft. 1904.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1936
DEATH: At his home in Little Pond, Angus David MacDonald, aged 78 years.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1936
IN MEMORIAM
ANGUS DAVID MACDONALD
A host of friends were grieved to learn of the death of Angus David MacDonald, which came peacefully on Sunday morning, March 8th, at his home in Little Pond, after an illness of only two weeks.
His wife and family who tenderly cared for him during his illness were at his bedside when he passed away. A few days previous he was fortified by the last rites of the Catholic Church of which he was a devout member.
Angus David lived in Little Pond all his life of about four-score years. He was well and favorably known over King’s County and beyond it, and was one of the most loved and respected men of the locality.
His upright character, sound judgment and sincerity made him a trusted friend of all who knew him.
He was a progressive farmer and prominent in every movement that stimulated progress in agricultural and material pursuits for the betterment of the community in which he lived. He was for a number of years one of the most outstanding supporters of the Red House Dairying Company and Farmers’ Institute, serving a long time in the capacity of president or of secretary and his one desire was to keep the cheese and dairying business in operation here.
Up to the time of his death and for many years previous, he was President of the Red House Egg Circle, and had with beneficial effect served as Secretary of the Little Pond school board for upwards of thirty years.
He was always young in his ways, fond of music, a great lover of peace among neighbors and was never overbearing even to the smallest child. His neighbors loved and revered him and he was ever ready by word or deed to effectively console the sorrowful and assist the sick and distressed.
He was a most thoughtful and provident husband and father, and his wife, family and home was his dearest care. In a word his character was irreproachable, and his daily deeds bore the stamp of a sincere and right-living Christian.
Left to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father are - his widow (nee Mary McKenzie, of Gaspereaux), three daughters and three sons - Helen, Wellesley Hills, Mass.; Mrs. Alex. D. MacDonald, Little Pond; Stella, teacher, Montreal; John W., Red House; David and Edward, at home; also four brothers and one sister, namely, William, California; Frank, Dorchester, Mass.; John J., Little Pond, and D. B. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher, New Zealand.
His funeral was held on Tuesday, March 10th, to St. Francis de Sales Church, and was attended by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. Requiem High Mass was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. L. P. Callaghan, D.D.
The pall-bearers were Robert and William Jenkins, John F. MacDonald, James Ć. MacDonald, John C. MacDonald and William Fisher.
Many generations will pass before time will efface the memory of Angus David, whose life was so full of kindly deeds. May his soul rest in peace.
The following are the Mass cards received by the family from his many friends:
His wife, David and Edward.
John W. and Clara.
Helen and Stella.
Alex and Cecelia.
D. B. MacDonald, New Zealand.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. MacDonald, San Alesino, California.
William Fisher, New Zealand.
Aunt Minnie and John, James, Charlie and Gussie, Little Pond.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McVarish, Vernon River.
Alex. Fisher, Bear River.
Fisher family, Bay Fortune.
Arnold MacDonald, Dorchester, Mass.
Reginald MacDonald, Boston (2).
Ignatius MacDonald, Boston.
John, Gerald, Katherine MacDonald, Boston (2).
Little Pond Choir (2).
Mr. and Mrs. L. Watkins, Dover, N.H.
Miss Helen MacDonald, Newton, Mass.
Miss Sadie Beaton, Boston, Mass.
Miss Augusta MacDonald, Boston, Mass.
Fisher Family, Boston, Mass.
Agnes and Harold Keough, Boston.
Mary and Anna McManus, Boston.
Miss Judith McAulay, Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Ellie MacDonald and family, Watertown, Mass.
Miss Madeline McCormac, Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald MacDonald, Souris.
Raymond, F. D. and Mary C. McDonald, Little River.
Mr. and Mrs. John McGillivray, Souris River.
Daniel Steele and family, Little Pond.
Mr. and Mrs. Aeneas D. MacDonald, Little Pond.
James Ć. MacDonald and family, Little Pond.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. A. MacDonald, Little Pond.
Mrs. Joseph Chaisson, Rollo Bay.
Mrs. Joseph Condon, Elliotvale.
Spiritual Offerings:
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. MacDonald.
William D. MacDonald, Holy Heart Seminary, Halifax.
Annie and Beatrice Steele
Fisher girls.
MacDonald family, Little River.
Miss Emily MacDonald, Morell.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1904
DIED: At Little Pond, on Wednesday Oct. 19th, of tuberculosis of the throat, Mary, beloved wife of Angus D. McDonald, in the 46th year of her age. Deceased was a daughter of the late Ronald McDonald of Garahelia, and leaves besides a sorrowing husband, two brothers Allan J. of South Boston and James of Garahelia, also two sisters, Catherine of Boston and Mrs. Ronald McDonald of Peakes Station. She was a woman of rare qualities of mind and heart, and her untimely demise will be deeply regretted by the many friends to whom she endowed herself by her amiable and charitable disposition. R.I.P.

Children of Angus MacDonald and Mary MacKenzie are:

257i.Helen MacDonald.
258ii.Clara Cecelia MacDonald, born 06 January 1913 in Durell, PE; died 20 July 2001 in Souris Hospital, Souris, PE. She married Alex. D. MacDonald 09 August 1933.
259iii.Stella MacDonald.
260iv.John W. MacDonald. He married Clara MacDonald.
261v.David MacDonald.
262vi.Edward MacDonald.

134. J. B. Alban MacDonald was born 1887 in Grand Tracadie, PE. He married Mary Ethel McGuigan.


Children of J. MacDonald and Mary McGuigan are:

263i.Helen C. MacDonald, born 1921; died 17 September 2005 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE. She married Joseph B. Shelfoon Aft. 1952.
264ii.Isabel MacDonald.
265iii.Vernon MacDonald. He married Norah //.
266iv.John Joseph Louis MacDonald, born in Charlottetown, PE; died 01 September 2005 in St. Joseph's Lifecare Centre, Brantford, ON. He married Kathleen Olive (Kaye) Dunn Jenkins. Kathleen died 04 November 1999 at McMaster Medical Centre, Hamilton, Ontario.

144. Margaret Ellen Campbell was born 20 April 1871 in Millcove, PE. She married Hugh MacEwen 16 February 1897 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie Head, PE, son of James MacEwen and Mary MacIsaac.


Children of Margaret Campbell and Hugh MacEwen are:

 267 i. Elizabeth Helena MacEwen, born 23 December 1898.
268ii.Allan Joseph MacEwen, born 28 May 1900.

146. William James Campbell was born 28 January 1878 in Millcove, PE, and died 1940. He married Annie MacEachern.


Children of William Campbell and Annie MacEachern are:

269i.Mildred Campbell, born 1904; died 1904.
270ii.Allan Campbell, born 1919; died 1929.
271iii.Faber Campbell, born 1920; died 1941.
272iv.Colin Campbell, born 1917; died 1972.
273v.Bernard Campbell, born 1910; died 1977.
274vi.Morrison Campbell, born 1925; died 1986.

147. Mary Penelope MacDonald was born 09 December 1864 in Allisary, PE, and died 1964. She married Allan Morrison 07 February 1893 in St. Andrew's, PE. Allan Morrison was brother of Rev F. X. Morrison and Bishop James Morrison, and half-brother of Rev. Vincent Morrison.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1893
MARRIAGE: At St. Andrew's, on the 7th inst., by the Very Rev. Mgr. McDonald, assisted by Revds. D. F. McDonald, A. J. McDonald, uncle of the bride and Dr. Morrison, brother of the groom, Allan Morrison of Savage Harbor, to Minnie McDonald, daughter of Augustine McDonald, Allisary. The bride received many beautiful and handsome presents, among them a gold watch and chain, from Rev. Dr. Morrison, and a valuable silver service and other gifts from her uncle, Rev. A. J. McDonald.

Children of Mary MacDonald and Allan Morrison are:

275i.Charles Morrison.
276ii.John Morrison.
277iii.George Reginald Morrison, born 09 April 1895; died 31 December 1940 in the City Hospital, Charlottetown, PE. He married Josephine Mary MacEwen 28 October 1923 in St. Catherine's Church, Somerville, Mass.
278iv.Allan Augustine Morrison, born 20 October 1896 in Savage Harbor, PE; died 05 November 1896 in Savage Harbor, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1896
DIED: At Savage Harbor, on Nov 5th, Allan Augustine, aged 18 days, dearly beloved child of Allan and Minnie Morrison.
279v.Eunice E. Morrison, born 1899; died 1917.
280vi.Marguerite Morrison, born 1901; died 1930.
281vii.James Daniel Morrison, born 1902 in Savage Harbour, PE; died 11 June 2001 in Charlottetown, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2001
MORRISON, James Daniel - The death occurred at Charlottetown on Monday, June 11, 2001, of Mr. James Morrison of 1 Orlebar Street, Charlottetown, and formerly of Savage Harbour, in his 99th year. Predeceased by his parents, Allan and Mary (nee MacDonald) Morrison; brothers, George, Charles, Cyril, John; and sisters, Eunice and Margaret. James is survived by three sisters-in-law and several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Hennessey Funeral Home until 2 p.m., Wednesday, then transferred to St. Andrew's Church, Mt. Stewart, for funeral mass at 3 p.m. Interment to follow in the family plot at St. Andrew's Cemetery, Mt. Stewart. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Branch #4, the J. Hamilton Douglas Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, will gather at the funeral home Tuesday evening for a veteran's tribute service at 6:45 p.m.
282viii.Cyril A. Morrison, born 25 July 1908; died 17 January 1974.

149. Margaret Jane MacDonald was born 22 October 1867 in Allisary, PE. She married William Wallace MacIntyre 03 October 1895 in St. Andrews, PE, son of Cornelius MacIntyre and Eunice Coffin.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1933
DEATH: At French Village, August 5th, Wallace MacIntyre, aged 73 years. Funeral Tuesday morning to St. Andrew's.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1895
MARRIAGE: At St. Andrew's, on the 3rd inst., by the Very Rev. Mgr. McDonald, V.G., Mr. William Wallace McIntyre, of French Village, to Miss Margaret Jane, daughter of Augustine McDonald, Allissary.

Children of Margaret MacDonald and William MacIntyre are:

283i.Mary Eunice MacIntyre, born 16 June 1898; died 27 December 1940 in Mount Stewart, PE. She married Frank Jay 11 May 1921 in St. Andrews, PE.
284ii.Cornelius Winfred MacIntyre, born 26 April 1900.
285iii.Charles MacIntyre.
286iv.Kenneth MacIntyre.
287v.Augusta MacIntyre.
288vi.Nellie MacIntyre.
289vii.Kimble MacIntyre.

159. Janet Augusta MacDonald was born 21 May 1872. She married Hugh James MacDonald 27 July 1897 in St. Andrews, PE, son of Ronald MacDonald and Ann MacDonald.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1897
MARRIAGE: At St. Andrew's, on the 10th inst., by Rev. Mgr. McDonald, assisted by Rev. D. F. McDonald, James H. McDonald, son of the late Joseph McDonald (Garahelia), Pisquid, to Miss Janet McDonald, daughter of the late Joseph McDonald, St. Andrew's.
NOTE: Father of the groom is given as late Ronald MacDonald in the St. Andrew's parish register.

Children of Janet MacDonald and Hugh MacDonald are:

290i.Mary Winfred "Sr. St. Benedict" MacDonald, born 21 August 1898.
291ii.Joseph MacDonald, born 29 January 1900.
292iii.Helen Gertrude MacDonald, born 1910 in St. Andrews, PE; died 24 March 1929 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Montreal, P. Q.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929
HELEN G. MACDONALD: Helen Gertrude MacDonald, youngest daughter of James H. and Jeanette MacDonald, formerly of St. Andrew's, P. E. I., passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital, Montreal on March 24th at the early age of eighteen.
Deceased who lived at St. Andrew's until two years ago when the family moved to Montreal, was stricken with rheumatic fever several years ago which left her with a weak heart. . . .
Her funeral took place from St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Montreal, on Tuesday, March 26th and was well attended. . . .
Her father and mother survive her, also four brothers, Ronald of Toronto, Donald, James and Bernard at home, also three sisters, Sr. St. Benedict of Ottawa, (Winnie); Catherine A. of Waban, Mass and Joan Marie at home to all of whom the heart felt sympathy of their friends go out.
293iv.Ronald MacDonald.
294v.Donald MacDonald.
295vi.James MacDonald.
296vii.Bernard MacDonald.
297viii.Catherine A. MacDonald.
298ix.Joan Marie MacDonald.



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