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GREIG, Robert
FORBES, Mary
GREIG, Margaret
(1892-)

 

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MACGREGOR, Donald Silas

GREIG, Margaret 1

  • Born: 1892, Aberdeen, , Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1
  • Marriage: MACGREGOR, Donald Silas on 31 May 1912 in Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada 1 2
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bullet  Facts and details for :

• She lived in Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada in 1912. 1


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Margaret married Donald Silas MACGREGOR, son of James Malcolm MACGREGOR and Caroline BOWER, on 31 May 1912 in Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada.1 2 (Donald Silas MACGREGOR was born on 11 Apr 1888 in Kemptville, Grenville, Ontario, Canada 3 4 5 6, baptized on 12 Aug 1888 in Kemptville, Grenville, Ontario, Canada,6 died on 28 Aug 1918 in Vis-en-Artois, , France 3 4 7 8 and was buried in Chérisy, , France 7 8.). The cause of his death was Killed in action during WWI.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

They were married by K. J. Macdonald. The witnesses were Charles Smith and Annie Webster. 1

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Sources


1 "Ontario Marriage Records 1801-1928, 1933-1934," database(accessed 13 Sep 2012), Donald MacGregor and Margaret Greig; York 1912.

2 Canada Donald Silas MacGregor; digital images, Canada, CEF Declaration Papers, 1914-1918 (accessed 4 Nov 2011).

3 Letter, Stephen MacGregor.

4 One World Tree, http://trees.ancestry.ca/owt/person.aspx?pid=101429884.

5 1901 census of Canada, Ontario, district 82, sub-district 6, Kemptville, p. 7 and 8, dwelling 84, family 87; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1901 - Ontario .

6 St. James Anglican (Kemptville, Ontario, Canada), "Volume 1K5, pages 83-84," Baptism of Donald Silas MacGregor; Anglican Church - Ontario Archives, Kingston.

7 Canada, "William John Passmore," Donald Silas MacGregor; digital images, Ancestry, Canada, CEF Burial Registers, First World War, 1914-1919 (accessed 4 Nov 2011).

8 Canada, "William John Passmore death," Donald Silas MacGregor; digital images, Ancestry, Canada, CEF Commonwealth War Graves Registers, 1914-1919 (accessed 24 Apr 2013).