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Accession Number: 83-1025

Title

Clan McIntyre of Otonabee / Keith McIntyre. -- [ca. 197?-1982]. -- 1 item (175 p.).

Biography / History

The first McIntyre in Otonabee was eitherDuncan McIntyre (1765-1840) or a cousin called Archie McIntye.Duncan married Isobella Blair (1766-?) in 1793. By 1818 they had8 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?). By 1819the had decided to emigrate to Canada. The McIntyres built theirnew home in Otonabee. Duncan became the first town warden andsat on the first board of trustees for the Presbyterian Church.Eventually the McIntyres spread throughout Canada and the restof North America.

Custodial History

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

Scope and Content

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

Notes

This item was donated by Keith McIntyre viaA.O.C. Cole.

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