Hogg and Barnes Family Tree

Updated December 14, 2004

Stuart D. Hogg
Yellowknife, NT Canada
stuart654@ssimicro.com

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This family tree follows the lines of both parents, the paternal Hogg line from Selkirk, Scotland who came to Nissouri East, Oxford North, in the London area of Ontario, Canada in the early 1800s. It also includes such Irish families as McMurray, Quinn and Calvert of Northern Ireland, and Howard of Tipperary in the south. You can read about the Howard journey under the name Thomas T. Howard. It's probably very similar to most Irish voyages to Ontario at that time.

The Barnes side came from England and moved to Ontario in 1910. Some well represented names in this line are: Barter (London area of England), and Smith, Steele and Walker from Ayrshire, Scotland. Key farms until the late 1800s: Buntenhill (Smith) and Shaw (Steele) in the Kilmaurs area. We believe the Shaw farm was in Steele possession at least until 1922.

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Family Photos

  • William McMurray and Elizabeth Hughes (51 KB)
    Elizabeth Hughes, then William McMurray are in the top photos and William I. Hogg's family are below.
  • Buntenhill Farm House (24 KB)
    Taken in 1974, near Kilmaurs, Ayr, Scotland.
  • Jane Smith and McMurray Family (54 KB)
    Back: John F. McMurray, Newton, Bessie, Bertha and Ollie Switzer and son Clifford, Front: Gertrude May Talbot, Elizabeth Hughes with Eillene, William, Annie and family, Merton
  • Walkers (44 KB)
    Taken around 1900, Agnes, Maggie (Mrs. Peter Deas), and their mother, Agnes Walker Sr.
  • McMurray Women 1931 (33 KB)
    From Left: Muriel, Mrs. John F. McMurray (Gertrude May Talbot), Eillene, Erma.
  • Walker Clan (60 KB)
    Taken in either 1897 or 1898.
  • Walker Details (49 KB)
    Who's who from the Glasgow Walker Clan in 1897.
  • Arthur Harry Barnes- British Army (9 KB)
    Photo taken around 1890.
  • Young WW1 Soldier (23 KB)
    The uniform belongs to Grandpa's Dad, Arthur Harry Barnes who fought in the war, but later custom made a smaller child size uniform for Grandpa out of that uniform.
  • Quinn Sisters (11 KB)
    The Quinn sisters....L-R Elizabeth Shaw, Mary Jane Calvert, Alice Falconer, Hester Falconer
  • Daniel Quinn- Mason Uniform (19 KB)
    Photo was taken around 1876. Of these symbols, the first may refer to the Anglican church, but the second last is the well known Mason symbol.
 

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