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Kilmarin Ont Pioneers

Rick Sinclair (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 1998 6:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: LEITCH, SINCLAIR, CAMPBELL
Kilmartin Settlement-Middlesex County, Ontario (includes Mosa, Ekrid, Metcalfe & Brooke Townships)
(Most detail fromKilmartin Pioneers 1815-1855 by D Kenneth MacKellar compiled & published 1991 ISBN 0-9695434-0-9

Scottish Fathers LEITCH - JOHNSTON - MUNRO - MCCOLL - DOWNIE - CAMPBELL - MCKELLAR -SINCLAIR - MCNICOL

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John LEITCH 1819 (1766 - 1843) m Flora JOHNSTON (?-1819), natives of Achachosin, parish of North Knapdale. Flora died @ Queenston en route. Church of Christ's Disciples To Aldborough Twsp in 1819 @ 64yrs old To Mosa in 1830 w son Hugh J (1811-1900)

Lachlan LEITCH 1831 (1793 - 1863) m Elizabeth MCLARTY natives of Glassarie and Craignish to Clearville Orford in 1830 thence Ekfrid in 1831. Great grandparents of author K. McKellar. She related to my great grandmother Christina McLarty ?? unknown

Euphemia LEITCH (1824 - 1894) m Dugald MCKELLAR both born Scotland grandparents K. McKellar

Neil MCKELLAR (1872 - )

Margaret LEITCH (1795 - 1859) m Jeremiah GRAY lived site of "Battle of the Long Woods" in March 1814.

Catherine LEITCH (1799 - )

Euphremia LEITCH

Mary LEITCH (1798 - 1894) m Samuel MCCOLL** (1785-1849) Particular Covenanted Baptists To Kilmartin in 1837 ex Aldborough after emigrating there in 1819

Neil LEITCH (1800 - 1892) m Janet MUNRO (1807-1848) to Kilmartin in 1829 Church of Christ's Disciples Their pioneer farm still in Leitch family in 1991

Isabella LEITCH (1804 - 1891) m Malcolm DOWNIE *1818 (1787-1872) Elected to first Deacon's Court of Mosa Prebyterian congregation in 1848

Nancy Leitch (1802- )& Adam Culver lived in Woodhouse Twsp, Norfolk Co.

Donald LEITCH **(1806 - 1859) m Nancy STEWART To Kilmartin in 1831 ex Alborough

Hugh J LEITCH (1811 - 1900) Church of Christ's Disciples m Catherine MCLACHLAN ( 1812- 1870) Presbyterian m by Elder Dugald Campbell

Alexander LEITCH (1814- ?) went to USA sometime after 1834
* Note 1818 orig Aldborough emigration
** Lived on farm next to where I believe my great grandfather Richard Sinclair lived in 1871 census.

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Hugh LEITCH 1830 (1779 -1852 ) Widower in 1851 census Baptist

Flora LEITCH (1805- ) m Alex MCINTYRE (b 1806-1887 ) both born Scotland, Blacksmith- named region of peak of Mosa "Kilmartin" based on his birthplace Kilmartin Scotland.

Isabella LEITCH m John JOHNSTON (?? Related to Flora JOHNSTON above ?) lived in Lobo Township, 3 counties away from Kilmartin, Middlesex Co.

Mary LEITCH m Donald MCCORMICK

Neil LEITCH (About 1818 - ) m Margaret ? (b Abt 1822 Scot.) Free Kirk They went to "thumb of Michigan USA" in 1880 with 8 children-names available.

Sarah LEITCH (1822 - 1909) m John MCTAVISH (b 1821-1897 Aldborough Co, Ontario)
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_ Hugh LEITCH 1830 (1787 - 1858) m Sarah CAMPBELL (1789 -1865) natives of Dalnagarran farm, Lochgilphead came to Clearville, Orford, Ontario in 1830 then to Kilmartin in 1831. Leader in establishing Presbyterian congregation & in 1844 was first and only elder on Kilmartin church recognition

William LEITCH (1814- 1889) m Catherine CAMPBELL (1822-1903) both born Scotland. Pres. Elder 1859

Catherine LEITCH (1818 - 1897) m Neil MUNRO (1801-1874) both born Scotland Presbyterian elder in 1850 & an early Reeve (mayor) of MosaTwsp.

Maysie MUNRO (1850 - 1912)

Archibald "The Mash" LEITCH (1823-1894) m Flora LEITCH (1837-1913) of N Knapdale / Aldborough /b Mosa

Sarah LEITCH (1820 - 1903) m Archibald WALKER (1814-1882)

Isabella WALKER (1841 - )

Hugh WALKER (1843 - )

Jane WALKER (1843 - )

James WALKER (1849 - )

Sarah WALKER (1847 - )

Nancy WALKER (1851 - )

Colin WALKER (1853 - )

William WALKER (1855 - )

Mizia WALKER (1858 - )

John A WALKER (1862 - )

Mizia LEITCH (1825 - 1899) m John WALKER (1816-1906) both born Scotland
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Alexander LEITCH 1831 (1783 - 1870) m Sarah JOHNSTON (1780-1864) both born Scotland.(?? Related to John or Flora JOHNSTON above ?) One half brother to John LEITCH (1766) above

Mary LEITCH (1820 - ) m Alex FERGUSON

Mother Of Donald LEITCH

Donald MCINTYRE (1836 - )

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Archibald "Drummer" LEITCH 1842 (1768 - 1845) m Margaret SINCLAIR (?-1842) died enroute.

Anne LEITCH born Scotland m MCALPINE (possible my great grandfather related to her, lived as a parentless child with this family then worked down the same road for a McAlpine relation.)

Catherine LEITCH, sister (1783 - 1843) m Archibald MCNICOL (1785 - 1845) came also 1842.

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Neil LEITCH 1849 (1802 - 1878) m Christena MCCORMICK (1797-1887)natives of parish of North Knapdale.
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John LEITCH (1785 - 1873) m Catherine ? (1790 - 1880) Children all born in Scotland 1822 to 1832, then in 1837 listed as a weaver from Ekfrid, they bought Donald Leitch property which they did not get possession until 1848. Children 6.
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