Thanks willowblue6. The information is well put together and very helpful. I appreciate that. I will now try to merg your information with what I have and that will take me a bit of time. This merging can be troublesome when you are not doing it on a regular basis, At this point I have a number of names entered more than once. when I have that done I will get back to you. Could you enter your email address here or in your profile?
Yes I am the Jim Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will certainly help you out with the Mack families that lived near Clyde's Corner. At this point I will advise that there were two families living next to each other.
My direct family, 3rd great grand parents were Robert Mack born 1781/82 in New Monkland , Lanarkshire and his wife Margaret Pollock.They had five children born in Scotland and another five in Godmanchester Quebec. Their first child born in Canada was Ann Mack born in 1829,she is my 2nd great Grandmother. Her son Robert Mack is my Great Graddfather. By the way William Mack, Ann's older brother was an MPP in Cornwall, Ontario and is covered on some of the Ontario sites. The rest of that story I will give you in private email. There are still some mack relatives living in the Laguerre area.
The other Family was John Mack born 1795 in Bogside, New Monkland on March 6 1785 and his wife Margaret Waddell born about 1795 in Standrigg, New Monkland. I have four children listed for them. The first one born in Canada was James Waddell Mack b Sept 24 1833 at Ridge Farm, Godmanchester, Quebec.
I have been unable to establish the relationship between the two families but I feel certain that there is one.More later.