|C MacKenzie (#47190915)|
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|Elaine Proctor||Francoise Plante #70924580|
Just thought I would send this info on Francoise. Her full name is Madeleine Francoise Plante. John Palmer Bourke and Francoise were married 11 July 1882 in St Francois Xavier
|Carolyn||Elizabeth Ann Fitzhenry Cary|
Thank you for your message. I'm not actually related to this family but kept running into these interesting people while looking for my Cary's and thought I'd put it together for someone's future use. If you are related to Elizabeth and/or George Marcus I can transfer management of the memorial over to you so other interested parties could contact you in the future or you could amend the info if you like.
Added by Carolyn on Mar 07, 2013 6:05 PM
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||Allen Bristow's parent's links|
Thank you for making the links! So speedy, too! -Charles
|Janice Klafehn||Angus Polson|
Thank you for the photo of Ann Polson. I have added her husband angus to findagrave will you please add your picture of their headstone
|roseyposey||re; Magnus Flett|
Thank you for posting info and headstone photos. I am researching this family and am curious as to how Magnus Flett and his family are designated Metis. Some records show his father David Flett as Metis but as far as I can tell David's father John Flett and his wife Isabella Murray were both born in Scotland. John Flett born 1786 in Firth and Stenness, Orkneys, Scotland and Isabella Murray in 1797 In Kildonan, Sutherland, Scotland. is there a problem with my research?
|cgpeanut||RE: Flett Brothers|
Are you saying these brothers are not Metis or that they are not the children of David Flett and Catherine McLeod?
Added by cgpeanut on Dec 15, 2011 2:13 PM
|cgpeanut||roderick Mcleod Flett|
information on Roderick
Magnus Linklater Flett.
(b. 1878)Metis hockey player Magnus Flett from Kildonan was born on September 1, 1878,the son of David Flett and Catherine McLeod. Both Magnus and his brother Roderick played for the 1901 and 1902 Stanley Cup champion Winnipeg Victorias. He playedcounter point position, now known as right defense. The brothers were good-sized men,Rod stood 6' 3" and Magnus was 6'1''. The 1896 and 1901 Winnipeg Victorias areinducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fameand Museum in the team category. Another Metis, Antoine Gingras also played with the1901 and 1902 Victorias.
Roderick McLeod Flett.
(1873-1927)Metis hockey player Rod Flett from Kildonan was born on February 27, 1873, theson of David Flett and Catherine McLeod. Rod played forthe first Manitoba team to win the Stanley cup, the 1896Victorias. Both Roderick and his brother Magnus playedfor the 1901 and 1902 Stanley Cup champion WinnipegVictorias. In 1896 they defeated the Montreal Victorias forthe cup, in 1901 they defeated the Montreal Shamrocks andin 1902 they defeated theToronto Wellingtons. PreNHL the Stanley Cupwas a challenge trophywhere any championshipteam could challenge thecurrent Stanley Cupchampion. In 1896 TheWinnipeg Victorias challenged the Montreal Victoriaswinning the game 2-0. Winnipeg was the first teamoutside Quebec to win the Stanley Cup. Rod playedpoint position, now known as left defense. The brotherswere good-sized men, Rod stood 6' 3" and Magnus was6'1''. The 1896 and 1901 Winnipeg Victorias areinducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fameand Museum in the team category.
Added by cgpeanut on Dec 15, 2011 12:38 PM
|Alison||Jessie Primrose Dawson|
Thanks for taking the time to send her correct name. I have made the changes
Added by Alison on Jul 28, 2011 3:51 PM
|Elaine Proctor||RE: Edwin Bourke|
That was fantastic, I love it. believe it or not, they are all related. Now I just have to get busy don't I.
Thank you so much Mr. McKenzie
|Elaine Proctor||RE: Edwin Bourke|
Hello Mr MacKenzie
I just started putting on people on this site and I'm new to the computer. For some reason I can't input pictures of the tombstones. Could you please help. I'm doing something wrong but don't know what??
I'm very sorry for bothering you.
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