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Andrew Peter McIsaac

Male 1922 - 1989  (66 years)


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  • Name Andrew Peter McIsaac 
    Born 25 Aug 1922 
    Gender Male 
    Died 05 Mar 1989 
    Person ID I02780  Lee,Harrington,Clarke,Doherty & Extended Family Trees
    Last Modified 16 Jun 2014 

    Father Andrew McIsaac,   b. 30 Dec 1869, Mara Township, Ontario County Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Aug 1944, St. Columbkille's Cemetery, Uptergrove, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Catherine Harriet McGovern,   b. 27 Apr 1877, Mara Township, Ontario County Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Jan 1959, Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Married 01 Jul 1913  St. Columbkille's Church, Uptergrove Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00927  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Carmel Leona Donnelly,   b. 01 Sep 1933,   d. 20 Feb 2019  (Age 85 years) 
    Children 
     1. Mary McIsaac  [Natural]
     2. John McIsaac  [Natural]
     3. Patrick McIsaac  [Natural]
     4. Sharon McIsaac  [Natural]
     5. James McIsaac  [Natural]
     6. Daniel McIsaac  [Natural]
     7. Stephen McIsaac
     8. Gary McIsaac
    Family ID F00952  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • PACKET & TIMES
      BRECHIN FAIR--1931
      Brechin School Fair was held in St. Andrew's Hall and grounds on Tuesday, September 22. The exhibits of vegetables were perhaps not so large in some classes as in former years, although there was a good exhibit of 23 pumpkins and squash.
      Outside the building and lined along the boulevard, in large wire poultry pens, were poultry of utility breeds, pigeons, dogs, cats and some Chinchilla rabbits. Here the greater number of the children congregated either viewing with envy some tiny "bunnie", or else arranging the pens containing their own exhibits so that the pup next door could not reach through and nip a pigeon unawares.
      The exhibits in the hall were of splendid quality and received special mention from the judge. Potatoes, apples, carrots, home baking of all kinds, fruit and jellies, all were represented in some form or another.
      Beginning at one end of the livestock exhibit, there were half a dozen pens of Barred Plymouth Rock and White Leghorn fowl, two and three in a pen. They were of a good laying strain. Next to these came an exhibit of pigeons of all colours and sizes, which were kept continually on the alert for nearby were some mischievous pups. The cat and rabbit exhibit formed the remainder of the exhibits.
      Brood mares and colts and heifer calves of the beef and dairy types, were also exhibited by the school children and provided keen competition.
      Adelaide Newman, of No. 9, Mara, won the chamionship cup for the highest number of points, with Pearl Turnbull of No. 3, coming second, and Archie Newman of No. 9, third. The winners of the bus trip were Adelaide Newman and Archie Young.
      The public speaking, recitation and musical contests were heartily entered into. Lloyd Wood, of No. 9, Mara, came first in the harmonica contest, and Billy McDonald of No. 3, was second. In the recitation contest the winners were Jessie Turnbull, No. 3, Mara Public school, Isabel McDonald, No. 3; Doria Wood, No. 9, Gordon Lamb, No. 3. In the public speaking contest they were Doris Edwards, No. 3, Anna Kape, No. 7, Pearl Turnbull, No. 3, Nellie McIsaac, No. 8, and Beth Carr, No. 8.
      The vocal quartettes were particularly interesting and well done. The first prize went to No. 3, Mara Public School, and the singers were Doris Edwards, Lola Lamb, Billie McDonald, and Archie Young. The second prize winners were from No. 9, Philomena Harrington, Jessie Wood, Margaret Mangan, and Clarice Gordon. The third place was won by No. 8, Mara, with Beth Carr, Nellie McIsaac, Andrew McIsaac, and Lawrence Morgan.

      PACKET & TIMES
      FRIDAY MARCH 5, 1999
      In Memoriam
      McIsaac, Andrew Peter
      In loving memory of a dear husband and father
      who passed away March 5th, 1989.
      Dearly missed and always remembered
      by his wife and family.


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