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Ian Macaulay (#46974001)
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Ian Macaulay of Ottawa, Canada

Hello, I am recording all "Macaulay" (Macauley, Mcaulay, etc) genealogy.
I would be most interested in any leads, comments, corrections etc.
I would be more than happy to communicate and discuss data. Please feel free to drop me a note


Any and all Macaulay or Mcaulay relation transfers will be gratefully accepted and I will maintain and care for them properly.
If you would like one of my non Macaulay memorials. please ask.

Ian
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Larry Luna
Maria Macaulay
Photos have been uploaded for Maria's gravesite.
Added by Larry Luna on Jun 27, 2017 3:03 PM
Rick Yenney
Robert Macaulay
Hi Ian-You also wanted a picture of Robert Macaulay's marker. It is mostly covered by a large lilac bush with the back of the stone exposed.The stone is in great condition. I tried to push branches aside to get a picture of the front but the bush was to thickly grown to get a clear picture. Do you want copies of the pictures I took anyway? I am going back to Alberta in September and will be in Drumheller as I have many past relations buried there (No Macaulays).I might be able to get permission to clear away some of the shrubbery and get a picture, if I have your ok. Donald's stone sits in front of it around 6 ft away. It is in some danger of being damaged as it is pushed up out of the ground. I have a picture of that as well, if you want it.- Rick
Added by Rick Yenney on Jun 26, 2017 7:48 PM
Rick Yenney
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome. That stone is older than me as well but not by much.- Rick
Added by Rick Yenney on Jun 26, 2017 7:13 PM
Larry Luna
Maria Macaulay
Ian,

I found her death certificate on Familysearch.org and it says she is at Calvary in Los Angeles. I will print out her DC and show it to a different staff person. All cemetery staff people are not created equal or at least some of them put out more effort in researching grave locations than others!
I'll keep you posted!

Larry
Added by Larry Luna on Jun 24, 2017 9:18 PM
Larry Luna
RE: Thank you
I will keep looking!

Larry
Added by Larry Luna on Jun 24, 2017 8:50 PM
Beverly
180315234 Niles McCauley
I meant to add that it appears the parents are duplicated as well. I have tried contacting the person who entered the names from a cemetery record but they are unavailable just now so I entered the new listings with the full info. I think this might be more helpful if someone is trying to find this family.
Added by Beverly on Jun 17, 2017 9:56 AM
Beverly
180350087 Niles McCauley
Hi Ian, thank you for your suggestion re merging the two entries. I do see an entry for a Miles same dates but that one is not mine and not sure how to merge. I am not done with this family yet and intend to do more links at some point but you will see I did link his parents James Oliver McCauley and Louisa Caldwell Jones. This line you may be interested in came from the Alexander McCauley b 1707 Northern Ireland (his father came from Scotland), he arrived in Boston and first settled in Hillsborough NH along with his brother James. Alexander's son James married Isabel Jameson and their son James married Betsey Thompson Bailey and settled in Dunbarton NH. The son James Oliver made violins as I stated in the bio and the son Niles learned the trade. You can on occasion find one of the J.O. McCauley made instruments at auction in the neighborhood of $1,000 which originally would have sold for around $5, a high price in its day. Niles was married but I haven't yet entered the info. Cheers, Beverly
Added by Beverly on Jun 17, 2017 9:51 AM
Ken
RE: Thank you again
You're Welcome
Added by Ken on Jun 16, 2017 10:16 PM
s schmidt
RE: two questions
Have transferred the McAuley memorials that I had.

Sorry not related and have no idea about the Smith Wagon Works company. Sounds like a fun search. Hope you find it.
Added by s schmidt on Jun 05, 2017 7:22 PM
KingClancy
RE: thank you
Your welcome.
Added by KingClancy on May 08, 2017 3:09 PM
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