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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Chisholm, Elizabeth Rose "Betty" (I6988)
 
102 05 May 2004 - His Obituary Notice was in the December 14, 1899 Casket. Prior to leaving for Hyde Park, he lived with Rev. J. J. Chisholm both at Heatherton and Pictou for nine years. Chisholm, John V. (I7199)
 
103 06 Apr 2001 - Beatrice was unmarried. Chisholm, Beatrice Anderson (I5339)
 
104 06 Apr 2001 - Frederick was unmarried. Chisholm, Frederick Alexander Dickson (I5335)
 
105 06 Apr 2001 - Reference 1934 memo sent DJC by Andrew Way in California. Gussie married David Scott after the death of her sister Nellie (Helen??). Hall, Gussie (I5334)
 
106 06 Apr 2001 - Reference 1934 memo sent DJC by Andrew Way in California. Her name here was given as Nellie not Helen. Hall, Helen (I5333)
 
107 06 Apr 2001 - Reference page 159 in the Medlam PDF Files. Bertha appears to have been married twice and lived in the North West Territories. Chisholm, Bertha (I6068)
 
108 06 Apr 2001 - Reference page 159 in the Medlam PDF Files. Chester may have been married and lived in Toronto. Lawrence, Chester (I6054)
 
109 06 Apr 2001 - Reference page 159 in the Medlam PDF Files. They lived in Sidney Township. Chisholm, George (I6061)
 
110 06 Apr 2001 - Reference page 159 in the Medlam PDF Files. They lived in Toronto. Her first name was spelled as Francis but DJC changed this to Frances. She also had a second husband with the name of Alexander (first or family???) but the full name of Alexander Henry came from a 1934 memo sent DJC by Andrew Way. Chisholm, Frances Anna "Fannie" (I6045)
 
111 06 Apr 2001 - Reference page 159 in the Medlam PDF Files. They went West. McClennan, Dr. (I6053)
 
112 06 Apr 2001 - The name Janet came from Michael Hendrix in Pasadena, Texas. Fraser, Janet (I5048)
 
113 06 May 2004 - His Obituary Notice was in the September 13, 1900 Casket. After being in the USA for some time he moved to Honolulu where he conducted a prosperous saddlery business up till the time of his death. His middle name on the Obituary Notice was given as MacDonell, not MacDonald. Chisholm, Alexander MacDonald (I4285)
 
114 06 Sep 2002 - Marie is a Music Teacher and Church Choir Director. MacDonald, Marie "Blind Collie" (I6666)
 
115 07 Apr 2001 - Her name came from Fr. Johnston's "History of the Catholic Church in Eastern Nova Scotia" on pages 431 & 437 (Vol 1). He stated that Jane had converted from the Presbyterian faith to the Catholic faith before her marriage.

15 May 2001 - In the History of the Frasers of Lovat by MacKenzie on page 642-643 her name was given as Jean and her father was stated to have been a William Chisholm.


 
Chisholm, Jane (I6084)
 
116 07 Apr 2001 - Jane was unmarried. Chisholm, Jane (I3445)
 
117 07 Apr 2001 - MacKenzie on page 159 refers to Bishop Fraser. Rev. Johnston on page 431 in the "History of the Catholic Church in Eastern Nova Scotia" provided many details of his early years in Scotland and Spain. Rev. Johnston pointed out that Bishop Fraser could speak nine Languages; Latin, Greek, Spanish, Italian, English, Gaelic, Irish, French & Micmac. Rev. Johnston thought that the Ship which carried Bishop Fraser to Nova Scotia was the "Commerce" of Greenock, which arrived at Plaster Cove (now Port Hastings) in 1822, along with settlers from Muck.

DJC recollects that on Bishop Fraser's Headstone in St. Andrews were inscribed Strawberry Bushes as the name Fraser is derived from the French word for Strawberry; "Fraise." His remains are however under the high altar of St. Ninian's Cathedral in Antigonish.

10 May 2001 - Donald "Og' stated that he died on October 11, 1851 not on the 4th.

11 May 2001 - Bishop Fraser is referred to by Colin Chisholm(7) in his memo to Mrs Angus Beaton from Rear Little Judique.

15 May 2001 - Reference page 431, Vol 1, in the History of the Catholic Church in Eastern Nova Scotia, 
Fraser, Bishop William (I6086)
 
118 07 Apr 2001 - MacKenzie on page 160 stated that Philip was a Priest in Strathglass. A Medlam File (Macrea.h1) stated that Rev. Philip was sent to the Seminary in Samalaman at an early age and was one of the first students to enter the Seminary at Lismore where he was promoted to Holy Orders by Bishop John Chisholm (his Uncle) in 1806.

25 Oct 2004 - Exact year of birth provided by Bob Chisholm. 
MacRae, Rev. Philip (I4885)
 
119 07 Apr 2001 - MacKenzie on page 161 stated that he was unmarried and that at the time of his death he was Paymaster of the 71st Regiment of Foot of the Fraser Highlanders.

10 May 2001 - Donald "Og" Chisholm stated that Colin was a Lieutenant in the 71st Regiment during the first American War.

12 Jan 2003 - Bob Chisholm in England determined that the data stating that he died in Quebec was erroneous as the 71st Regiment was never in Quebec. Bob determined that Colin "a b'Oige" died instead at the battle of Cowpens in the USA.

22 Jun 2003 - Clan Fraser stated that he died in South Carolina (day after Cowpens), at age 30, on 18 January, 1781. 
Chisholm, Colin "a b'Oige" (I4855)
 
120 07 Apr 2001 - Ray MacLean on page 114 (Vol 2) related how Bishop Fraser taught his brother Angus to serve Mass. Although a grown man, Angus used to assist as Altar Boy whenever his brother visited St. Joseph's. The Latin gave Angus some difficulty at the beginning and although he was well coached, he was inclined to trip up at the Kyrie Elieson. The Bishop told Angus that whenever he said Kyrie Elieson, Angus was to say another of them. When the Bishop said his first Mass with Angus as Altar Boy and came to the Kyrie Elieson, Angus responded; "Fear eille dhiu" (another one of them in Gaelic).

15 May 2001 - According to the History of the Frasers of Lovat on pages 642-643, Angus was married with five children.

20 May 2001 - Reference page 76, Vol 2, in the History of Antigonish by Ray MacLean, in which was described the conch shell taken by Angus from Scotland which he used to call people to worship as the Church lacked a bell.

21 May 2001 - Reference page 115, Vol 2, in the History of Antigonish by Ray MacLean re the names of their children. 
Fraser, Angus (I6091)
 
121 07 Apr 2001 - Ray MacLean on page 150 (Vol 2) described how Allan sold his farm to a John Chisholm, a Scottish Engineer, who came to Canada in the hopes of finding gainful employment on the building of the CPR Railroad. This John Chisholm had been engaged previously in Railway construction through the Alps, and he bought with him to Nova Scotia, his gentle Italian wife, Pauline Renaldo, and their two sons, Daniel and William. Chisholm, Allan (I6082)
 
122 07 Apr 2001 - Ray MacLean on page 99 (Vol 1) pointed out that it was Colin and his brothers; Thomas, John, David & Donald "Gobha" Chisholm (married to their sister Jean) who settled in an area subsequentally called Fraser's Grant.

15 May 2001 - According to the History of the Frasers of Lovat on pages 642-643, Colin was married with nine children. 
Fraser, Colin (I6093)
 
123 07 Apr 2001 - Rev. Johnston in the "History of the Catholic Church in Eastern Nova Scotia" on page 431 (Vol 1) stated that his name was John and on page 437 also stated that they had twelve children. Ray MacLean on page 113 (Vol 2) gave the names of their children; eight brothers and one sister.  Fraser, John "Ian Mac Thomais" (I6124)
 
124 07 Apr 2002 - Her name and date of birth came off a Glengarry County genWeb Site, provided by Hugh Nevin.22 Aug 2001 - Elizabeth never married. Chisholm, Elizabeth (I3811)
 
125 07 Apr 2002 - Her name and that of her parents came off a Glengarry County GenWeb Site, provided by Hugh Niven. MacDonell, Catherine (I3936)
 
126 07 Apr 2002 - Her name and that of her parents was taken off a Glengarry County GenWeb Site, provided by a Hugh Niven. MacDonell, Mary (I3807)
 
127 07 June 2003 - David was the first husband of Mary Chisholm. Fraser, David (I4373)
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Chisholm, John Clement "Clem" (I6829)
 
129 07 Oct 2003 - He had served as MP for Antigonish County. Fraser, Hyland (I7845)
 
130 07 Oct 2003 - Her mother was a Chisholm from Heatherton. Her first name was given as Joan in one instance and Margaret in another instance so DJC combined both first names. Yeo, Margaret Joan (I6945)
 
131 08 Apr 2001 - Rev. James was a Priest at Castlebay, Barra.

11 May 2001 - Rev. James was mentioned in the memo from Colin Chisholm(7) to Mrs Angus Beaton in Rear Little Judique. 
Chisholm, Rev. James (I4431)
 
132 08 Apr 2002 - Donald Joseph Hubert Chisholm, to be found elsewhere on this File, suggested that this John Chisholm may be the son of Duncan Chisholm, brother to Colonel Alexander Chisholm. On the Glengarry County GenWeb Site, a Mary Isabella Kerr was found minus a husband's name but with 7 Chisholm children. Based on data supplied Donald J. H. Chisholm by a Belle C. Drysdale(nee Chisholm) in Montreal, it appears that the GenWeb data applies to this family. Chisholm, John (I3937)
 
133 08 Apr 2002 - Her family name was spelled as McDonald on the Glengarry GenWeb Site but data from Donald Chisholm gave her name as McDonell. Data from "Repetoire des Marriages du Comte de Glengarry" gave her name as McDonell and father as George McDonell. McDonell, Flora (I3940)
 
134 08 Oct 2003 - Robert died in infancy. Fraser, Robert (I7879)
 
135 08 Oct 2003 - Sarah was unmarried. Fraser, Sarah (I7894)
 
136 09 Apr 2001 - MacKenzie on page 141 described her as "Mairi Nighean Ian Ruaidh."

31 Jul 2004 - The Gaelic term used by Kathleen Toomey in her book "Alexander MacDonell - The Scottish Years" seemed to DJC to be more appropriate. 
MacDonell, Mary "Mairi n'in Ailean" (I8098)
 
137 09 Jan 2002 - Christina died as a result of child birth. Chisholm, Christina "Christy" (I3625)
 
138 09 Jan 2002 - Colin was a Court Clerk in the District Court of Alexandria, Glengarry.

10 Jan 2002 - The Medlam PDF Files on page 112 stated that he was a Lawyer in Alexandria, Glengarry County, Canada.

02 Feb 2003 - The 1881 Lochiel Census showed him living with his parents and presumably unmarried.07 Apr 2001 - Reference page 112 in the Medlam PDF Files. Colin Duncan was a Lawyer in Alexandria, Glengarry County, Ontario. 
Chisholm, Colin Duncan (I3816)
 
139 09 Jan 2002 - Madeleine died during childbirth and became a Catholic on her deathbed. Chisholm, Magdalene (I3431)
 
140 09 Jan 2002 - Reference Family Tree Maker File named ChisSD&G prepared by Donald Chisholm of Cornwall, Ontario. Chisholm, Angus (I3622)
 
141 09 Jan 2002 - Reference Family Tree Maker File named ChisSD&G prepared by Donald Chisholm of Cornwall, Ontario. Chisholm, Angus (I3823)
 
142 09 Jan 2002 - Reference page 38 in the Clan Donald Supplementary prepared by Duncan "Darby" MacDonald. Chisholm, Roderick (I3385)
 
143 09 Jan 2002 - Reference page 39 in the Clan Donald Supplement prepared by Duncan "Darby" MacDonald and the Chisholm Family Tree Maker File prepared by Duncan J. Chisholm.

26 Sep 2003 - Allan Gillis in Ottawa sent the following notes made by a Thelma McDonald in 1980.

"Captain Alexander Chisholm of the Royal Africa Corps, later Colonel and MLA, arrived in Glengarry in 1817 and because of his rank, was allotted 800 acres of land with two rivers flowing through it. The Captain, realizing the potential of the rivers, the Delisle and the Garry, and the viability of sheep farming, decided to build a mill. In 1848, the mill in Alexandria had burned, also the mill on the Delisle River called "Muillean Ur" (the new mill), one of the earliest mills in Lochiel. Colonel Chisholm's property of Lot 35, 2nd Concession, Lochiel Township, is now the home of the Glengarry Golf and Country Club."24 Mar 2001 - Reference page 112 in the Medlam PDF Files and page 163 in the History of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Counties. Alexander was MLA for Glengarry from 1836 to 1841. This same History stated that he married a Janet MacDonell in 1825 so DJC replaced the Miss MacDonald on page 112 in Medlam with Janet MacDonell.

Alexander had been a Captain in the Royal Africa Corps before emigrating to Canada in 1817. MacKenzie on page 153 stated that he also was Colonel-Commandant of the 2nd Battalion, Glengarry Militia.

25 Mar 2001 - Reference page 167 in the History of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Counties. He was a near relative of the Chisholm Chieftain and was an important witness in establishing the right of James Sutherland Chisholm of Montreal to succeed to the title and estate.

05 Jul 2001 - Alexander signed the Address to the Chief of the Chisholms in 1832.

22 Aug 2001 - Donald Chisholm in Cornwall recently sent DJC an email message re what was found on Colonel Alexander Chisholm's Headstone. He died in Alexandria on Oct. 19, 1854, aged 64 years. The Headstone was erected by Rev. James J. Chisholm, son of Colonel Alexander.

23 Oct 2001 - Reference Sheet 2, Chart 4, prepared by Duncan "Darby" MacDonald for an article on Colonel Chisholm.

29 Mar 2004 - Bob Chisholm in England determined from British Army Lists that Alexander was a Lieutenant, not a Captain, when he went on half pay on March 25, 1817, the year he emigrated.  
Chisholm, Colonel Alexander (I3813)
 
144 09 Jan 2002 - Reference page 39 in the Clan Donald Supplementary prepared by Duncan "Darby" MacDonald.

Reference page 112 in the Medlam PDF Files and page 153 in MacKenzie's History of the Chisholms. Duncan emigrated to Canada in 1822. He signed the 1832 Address to the Chief, which originated in Ontario. He named his farm "Achagiad."24 Mar 2001 - Reference page 112 in the Medlam PDF Files and page 153 in MacKenzie's History of the Chisholms. Duncan emigrated to Glengarry County, Ontario, in 1822.

05 Jul 2001 - Duncan signed the Address to the Chief of the Chisholms in 1832. He named his farm as Achagiad. 
Chisholm, Duncan (I3366)
 
145 09 Jan 2004 - Terry Murphy provided the following details. Joseph operated several businesses in Antigonish and owned several farms in Antigonish County. He had also been meat manager at St. F. X. University for many years. There were no offspring.  Fraser, Joseph Roderick (I7198)
 
146 09 Nov 2004 - An Obituary Notice in the April 11, 1901 Casket was assumed by DJC to pertain to this Valentine Chisholm. There were no references to an immediate family so it appears that he was unmarried. Chisholm, Valentine (I6074)
 
147 09 Oct 2003 - A descendant named Sharon Starkey (saskey@pacificcoast.net) advised Djc that they had 10 children and that she has two photos of Annabel. Chisholm, Annabel Jane (I5253)
 
148 1 340 340 Long G. 35 M Farmer GA
2 340 340 Long Milly 31 F GA X
3 340 340 Long Osborn 11 M GA
4 340 340 Long Smith 12 M GA
5 340 340 Long Aaron 9 M GA
6 340 340 Long George 7 M GA
7 340 340 Long Joseph 5 M GA
8 340 340 Long Jonah 2 M GA
9 341 341 Long Aaron 60 M Farmer NC
10 341 341 Long Nancy 50 F NC X
11 341 341 Long Nancy 16 F GA
12 341 341 Long Stafford 14 M GA
13 341 341 Long Luretta 10 F GA 
Long, Aaron (I2415)
 
149 10 Dec 2001 - Annie was a Nurse and was unmarried. Cameron, Annie (I3436)
 
150 10 Dec 2001 - Janet was unmarried. Cameron, Janet (I3437)
 

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