Item 83-1025 - Clan McIntyre of Otonabee / Keith McIntyre

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Clan McIntyre of Otonabee / Keith McIntyre

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  • [ca. 197?-1982] (Creation)
    McIntyre family

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1 item (175 p.)

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The first McIntyre living in Otonabee, Ontario, was either Duncan McIntyre (1765-1840) or a cousin Archie McIntye. Duncan married Isobella Blair (1766-?) in 1793. They had eight children: Catharine, 1793-?; Janet, 1795-?; Isabella, 1797-?; Donald, 1799-?; Archibald, 1801-1889; John, 1803-1803; John, 1804-?; Duncan, 1806-?; and Margaret, 1809-? (born in Otonabee). Duncan became the first town warden and sat on the first board of trustees for the Presbyterian Church.

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Clan McIntyre of Otonabee was written and published by Keith McIntyre. He gave a copy to A.O.C. Cole who kept the book while he perused it before donating it to Trent University Archives.

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This item is a spiral bound, privately printed genealogy of the McIntyre family of Otonabee.

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This item was acquired from A.O.C. Cole.


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