Category Archives: Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives

Ottawa Lumber Kings — Alexander & Janet (Young) McDonell

Years ago Elaine sent me a newspaper from Chapeau and in that newspaper was a very interesting article about early settlers in the Chapeau and Chichester area.  Elaine would be interested in the Jewell Family and me, well I was … Continue reading

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John (Jack) Archibald McDonald & Sarah M. Burns

One of the goals I had on my trip to Ontario and Quebec, was to try to find any reference I could about the marriage of John (Jack) McDonald and Sarah Maria Burns.  Jack, as he was called, is a son of Archibald … Continue reading

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Arnprior, Renfrew County, Ontario: Archives

It was Friday, May 25, 2012 and my time in Renfrew County was coming to an end.  My last stop was Arnprior to visit the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives.  There was a lot of construction around Arnprior and they had closed off Division … Continue reading

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