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We live in Saskatchewan, Canada. Our family tree is probably that of a fairly typical Canadian family, with widespread roots.Our 8 grandparents are:
Samuel Beck McKEAGUE, immigrated from Cullies, Shercock, Co. Cavan, Ireland in 1909. We have data on McKeague's on the Townlands of Cullies from 1790. Includes WILEY, BROWN, McKANNA.
Eleanor LEVICK, born England, immigrated in 1919. Her English roots, mainly in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Yorkshire, includes LEVICK, HEWSON, MOXON, TRIMMINGHAM and many more.
Clarence Hunter JACKSON, born in New Brunswick, his dad's ancestors from Co. Down, Ireland in 1820, his mom's paternal ancestors (BLACKIE) from Scotland in 1774, her maternal ancestors United Empire Loyalists (WHITE, YERXA) who came to Canada c.1783, but some had been in America since 1600s.
Georgia Annice WINCHESTER, born in New Brunswick of pre- Confederation immigrants to Atlantic Canada:WINCHESTER, THOMAS and MARR.
John MORRISON, born in Ontario, his ancestors from Ireland about 1855 (MORRISON) and rather earlier for COULTER.
Florence Maud Lilian RICHEY, born in Ontario, her maternal ancestors (JOHNSTON) from Scotland in 1824, her paternal ancestors (RECHE) French Canadians dating back to 1600's in Canada.
August PETERSON, born in Minnesota, came to Canada early 1900s, his ancestors immigated from Sweden in 1872.
Francis HOFFMAN, born in Minnesota, her American ancestors include HOFFMAN, DEPEW, FREDRICK, SMITH, MAPES, some dating back to early Colonial days.
My son-in-law, Ryan SCHMIDT, brought a whole new genealogical heritage into our family tree - that of Germans from Russia. His surnames include SCHMIDT, WEBER, GLATT, DIEBERT, GOLDADE, KLEIN, VEHLER, BELER, SCHILE, VOLK.
Would love to share information on any of these lines. The attached reports and tree are mainly concerned with those lines I am currently working on, but I have more information for all. And I would welcome corrections and additions to all!
McKeague Family
Updated September 7, 2005

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Neva McKeague
Saskatoon, SK Canada
Fax: 306-955-5078
NevaMcKeague@shaw.ca


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  • Ancestors of Neva and David McKeague (781 KB)
    This tree contains only our ancestors, with no collateral lines (for space saving reasons). If you suspect you may be connected, please e-mail me and we can share more information. This tree is very much a work in progress, with the information on it varying from absolutely confirmed to very speculative - if you are considering borrowing some information, please e-mail me to find out its status. This tree is the work of my sister and I, and numerous helpful family history friends.
 

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  • M.A.Thomas (648 KB)
    Melinda Annice Thomas, born 1861, Digby, NS, to Joseph Edmond Thomas and Rachel Marr.
  • T. Winchester (550 KB)
    Thomas Winchester, born May 22, 1848 in PEI, died March 22, 1929 Carleton Co, NB.
  • S. McKeague (93 KB)
    Samuel McKeague, born April 21, 1826 in Co. Cavan, Ireland to John McKaig and Jane Brown.
  • J. Wiley (98 KB)
    Jane Wiley born November 8, 1851, in Co. Monaghan, Ireland to James Wiley and J. Brown.
  • F.T. Levick (335 KB)
    Frederick Tonge Levick, born 1851 in Hull, Yorkshire, to John Levick and Sarah Anne Moxon.
  • S. Trimmingham (1354 KB)
    Sophia Trimmingham, born 1829 in Grasby, Lincolnshire, to John Trimmingham and Sarah.
  • Morrison/Richey wedding (330 KB)
    Wedding of John Morrison and Lilian Richey, 1906, Toronto, Ontario.
  • S. Hewson (674 KB)
    Sarah Hewson, born 1852 in Barton on Humber, Lincoln to William Hewson and Sophia Trimmingham.
  • Hewson's Mill (580 KB)
    This is a present day photo of Hewson's mill in Barton on Humber, Lincoln. It is currently a pub.
 

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  • Nora Levick Diary (18 KB)
    Written in Sussex in 1902-1904 by the young Nora Levick - who had a wicked sense of humor!
  • World War I letters (104 KB)
    Letters written to John and Lily Morrison during World War I.
  • Ryan's ancestors - Germans from Russia (11 KB)
    Our son-in-law Ryan brought in a whole new heritage for research - Germans from the Black Sea area of Russia, who later migrated to the Saskatchewan prairies, many after a few intervening years in North Dakota.
 

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