We are descendents of Sam and Margaret from the Battleford Census. There are quite a few of us. I haven't, as yet, found any connection to William and Isobelle and family. Nor have I found a connection to Cyrus McGladdery. However, there is a Cyrus McGladdery with a mother named Catherine McGladdery. If you look in public photos on ancestory.com, there are pictures of a Catherine McGladdery. It doesn't seem that we have a Martha connected to our family tree yet either. Sam and Margaret had around nine or ten children, but only a some of them had children. They had a child Samuel McGladdery, but he was killed in an explosion in a shop when in early twenties. Their son, William, was my Dad. We were raised in Pincher Creek, Alberta. Sam had two more sons, John and Joseph. Both were batchelers, but I think one married when he was in his seventies. They had a daughter called Margaret who died of blood poisoning when she was four. Auntie Jean married Jim McCullie and the adopted two or three children. Aunty Mary married a Brown and had some children. Uncle Hugh married Edith Scott and her obituary can be found in the archives of the Loydminister Meridian Booster Newspaper along with Donald Roger McGladdery's obituary. I beleive he was a son of Uncle Hugh McGladdery. There are ten children in our family. All but Jack and Daniellia,(who died shortly after she was born, and Patricia had children. We've been told that three Brother McGladderys came over to Canada in the early 1900's Sam was suppose to have came over by himself in 1905. Margaret and the four children were suppose to have came over in 1906. I believe her youngest was fourteen months. My Dad, William was the first child born in Canada. He was born in Marsden. That can be found in Saskatchewan birth records. He was born in 1907. When the other brothers came, I'm not sure. One was to have settled in a more Southernly part of Saskatchewan, and the other was suppose to have been William McGladdery who lived his life on the coast around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Dave Mc Gladdery, from Willie's family on the coast tells us that someone in his family has connected the southern Saskatchewan McGladderies to their family. Someone else in Sam's family from Marsden Saskatchewan is doing the family tree, but I haven't been able to get in touch with her. Maybe we will find that we are related through Joseph and Jane. I beleive I told you that Jane died on March 26, 1899. Somthing might be wrong there, as her and Joseph were suppose to be married March 26, 1861.