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The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Samuel Mummy and Rebecca Owings




Husband Samuel Mummy 1

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       Marriage: 1774



Wife Rebecca Owings 2 3

           Born: 27 Jan 1752 - Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States)
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         Father: Joshua Owings (1704-1785) 4 5 6
         Mother: Mary Cockey (1716-1768)




Children


< > Munro and Janet Wallace




Husband < > Munro

           Born: Abt 1804
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Wife Janet Wallace

           Born: 1810 or 1811 - Ross and Cromarty, Scotland
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         Father: Lachlan Wallace (1766-1849) 7 8 9
         Mother: Margaret Ross of Masonachie (1777-1862) 10


Events

Census: Scotland, 1841, Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland. 11


Children


<Alexander> Munro




Husband <Alexander> Munro

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Children
1 M <Hugh> Munro

           Born: Abt 1770
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         Spouse: <Catherine> <Ross> (Abt 1771-      )
           Marr: Abt 1792




<David> Munro and Mary Wallace




Husband <David> Munro

           Born: Abt 1803
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Wife Mary Wallace 12

           Born: 12 May 1811 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 13
     Christened: 
           Died: 1852 14
         Buried: 


         Father: Lachlan Wallace (1766-1849) 7 8 9
         Mother: Margaret Ross of Masonachie (1777-1862) 10




Children


<Donald> Munro




Husband <Donald> Munro

           Born: Abt 1760
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Wife

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Children
1 F Barbara Munro 15 16 17 18 19 20




            AKA: Barbara Monro
           Born: 18 Aug 1789 - Arshrop/Arshross <Ardross?>, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 21 22
     Christened: 
           Died: 4 Feb 1849 - Woolwich Twp (Pilkington/Centre Wellington Twp), Wellington, Canada West (Ontario), Canada
         Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
         Spouse: George A. Wallace (1775-1828) 15 16 23 24
           Marr: 6 Mar 1806 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 25 26


2 F Catherine Munro 19

           Born: <26 Aug 1805> - <Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty)>, Scotland
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         Spouse: Alexander Bethune (1803-      ) 27


3 M <Hugh> Munro

           Born: Abt 1791
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4 M <Alexander> Munro

           Born: Abt 1792
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Birth Notes: Child - Barbara Munro

The transcription of Donald Wallace's letter has 18 August 1737, which is probably a misreading of 18 August 1787 or 1789. According to Jeanine Wallace, the family Bible of George & Barbara has b. at Arshrop, Parish of Ross-shire, Scotland on August 18, 1789. This is born out by her gravestone (b. August 18, 1789 and d. February 4, 1849).

In the 1851 census, there were many Munros in Rosskeen and several place names containing "Ardross." One was a castle, a couple were farms. A lot of individuals were born in Creich. Most of those folks were labourers or lodgers. See http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/SCT-SUTHERLAND/2002-02/1014013271


Death Notes: Child - Barbara Munro

Donald Wallace (letter of 4 June 1896) gives death date as 4 February 1844. Jeanine Wallace (email 2 Jan 2010) says her headstone has 4 February 1849.

She died at the home of her son Hugh in what was then Woolwich Township, but was later named Pilkington Township in 1852. It is now part of Centre Wellington Township.


Burial Notes: Child - Barbara Munro

Block E
WE-4322

Now Woodlawn Memorial Park
762 Woolwich Street
Guelph, Wellington, ON


<John> Munro and Ann? Wallace <Sutherland or Ross-shire>




Husband <John> Munro

           Born: Abt 1820
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         Father: <George> Munro (Abt 1798-      )
         Mother: <Catherine> < > (Abt 1799-      )


       Marriage: 



Wife Ann? Wallace <Sutherland or Ross-shire>

           Born: Abt 1815
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Children


Alexander Munro <Sutherland, Inverness or Glasgow>




Husband Alexander Munro <Sutherland, Inverness or Glasgow> 28

           Born: 1835 or 1836
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         Father: James Munro of Inchdown (1788-1870)
         Mother: Ann Wallace <Tortioram> (1801/1802-1892) 28 29


       Marriage: 

Events

Residence: No 498 Argyle Street, 21 Apr 1909, Glasgow.




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Research Notes: Husband - Alexander Munro <Sutherland, Inverness or Glasgow>

I am uncertain of his parents. kjf 15 Sep 2013
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From the will of Alexander Wallace 21 April 1909:
"To my nephew Alexander Munro No 498 Argyle Street, Glasgow, the sum of Twenty pounds sterling:"


Garrett Andrew Poapst and Alma Munro




Husband Garrett Andrew Poapst 30 31

            AKA: Garnet Andrew Poapst
           Born: 21 Oct 1899 - Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario, Canada 32
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         Father: Hiram Poapst (Abt 1864-1927) 33 34
         Mother: Sevella M. E. McEwan (1872-1938) 35 36


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Wife Alma Munro

            AKA: Elma Munro
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         Father: John Alexander Munro (Abt 1885-      )
         Mother: 




Children
1 M Ron Garrett Poapst 37




           Born: <1931> - <Cornwall or Stormont>, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario, Canada
     Christened: 
           Died: 12 Aug 2016 - Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario, Canada 38
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2 F Janice Poapst (details suppressed for this person)

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3 U Pat Poapst (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Greg Poapst 39

           Born: After 1932
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           Died: Bef 2016
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Birth Notes: Husband - Garrett Andrew Poapst

Canada Births and Baptisms transcribed his birthdate as 23 Oct 1899. Ron Poapst(?) had 21 Oct 1899.


Death Notes: Child - Ron Garrett Poapst

Obituary from The Ottawa Citizen on August 16, 2016:

POAPST, Ron
Peacefully at the Cornwall Community Hospital on Friday, August 12, 2016 age 85 years. Ron Garrett Poapst of Lunenburg. Oldest son of Alma and Garrett Poapst. Ron was the very best friend of Kim and Claude Pariesien and the brother of Janice, Pat and the late Greg Poapst. Following graduation from Carleton University with an M.A. in comparative literature, Ron continued his teaching career with the Ottawa Carleton District School Board. Ron's family would especially like to thank the nursing staff, Dr. Westergaard and Dr. Surani of the Intensive Care Unit at the Cornwall Community Hospital for their Professional, kind and respectful care. In keeping with his wishes, cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the Hemo Dialysis Unit at the Cornwall Community Hospital or the Canadian Diabetic Association would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be made at www.brownleefuneralhomes.com - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/ottawacitizen/obituary.aspx?n=ron-poapst&pid=181085945&#sthash.R03M0tSU.dpuf


Burial Notes: Child - Ron Garrett Poapst

In keeping with his wishes, he was cremated.


George A. Wallace and Barbara Munro




Husband George A. Wallace 15 16 23 24







           Born: 8 Jan 1775 - Culrain, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland 40
     Christened: 
           Died: 19 Aug 1828 - Guelph Twp (Guelph/Eramosa), (Wellington), Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada
         Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada


         Father: John Wallace [I] [of Bonar Bridge, Tain] (1739-1810) 15 16 41 42 43
         Mother: Janet Grant (1738-1814) 44 45


       Marriage: 6 Mar 1806 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 25 26

Events

Occupation: Factor, Bef 1813, Culrain, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Occupation: "overseer for a gentleman", Abt 1813, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland. 46

Occupation: tenant farmer, until 1813, Nonikiln, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland. 47

Occupation: farmer, 1813-1816, Mossfield, <Rosskeen Parish>, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland.

Occupation: parish schoolmaster, Abt 1816, Alness, Easter Ross, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland. 46

Sailed: from Scotland for La Guayra, on the seacoast near Caracas, Gran Colombia (Venezuela), South America on the ship "Planet", 7 Oct 1825, Cromarty, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland. 46

Immigration: to Canada West, 26 Sep 1827, Guelph, (Wellington), Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.

Allotted: land on the Elora Road in the Scotch Block outside Guelph, 1828, (Marden), Guelph Twp, (Wellington), Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.




Wife Barbara Munro 15 16 17 18 19 20




            AKA: Barbara Monro
           Born: 18 Aug 1789 - Arshrop/Arshross <Ardross?>, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 21 22
     Christened: 
           Died: 4 Feb 1849 - Woolwich Twp (Pilkington/Centre Wellington Twp), Wellington, Canada West (Ontario), Canada
         Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada


         Father: <Donald> Munro (Abt 1760-      )
         Mother: 


Events

Obtained: Lot 11, Concession 1 in Pilkington township, After 19 Aug 1828, Woolwich Twp (Pilkington/Centre Wellington Twp), Wellington, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.

Settled: on a farm on Wellington Road 7, Abt 1829, Ponsonby, Nichol Twp, Wellington, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.

Moved: From Guelph to Woolwich Township, Ontario, Canada, 20 Apr 1833, Woolwich Twp (Pilkington/Centre Wellington Twp), Wellington, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.


Children
1 M John Wallace 48 49 50




           Born: 12 Apr 1813 - Nonikiln, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 40 51 52
     Christened: 19 Apr 1813 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
           Died: 11 Mar <1848> - <Caracas, Venezuela> 40
         Buried: 



2 M Donald Wallace 53 54 55 56

           Born: 14 Feb 1816 - Rosshile/Rosskile <Mossfield?>, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire, Scotland 40 57


     Christened: 16 Feb 1816 - Rosshile/Rosskile <Mossfield?>, Rosskeen Parish, Ross-shire, Scotland
           Died: 15 Jul 1902 - Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, United States 58 59


         Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery, Altadena, Los Angeles, California, United States
         Spouse: Harriet Lasby (1822-1887) 60 61 62 63
           Marr: 5 Feb 1842 - Guelph Twp, Wellington, Canada West (Ontario), Canada 19


3 M Hugh Wallace 64




           Born: 9 Jun 1819 - Creech (Creich), Fife, (Sutherland), Easter Ross (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland 40 65
     Christened: 30 Jun 1819 - Creech (Creich), Fife, (Sutherland), Easter Ross (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland
           Died: 5 Sep 1881 - Wellington, Ontario, Canada 66
         Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
         Spouse: Margaret Metcalf (1826-1891) 67
           Marr: 11 Feb 1847 - Pilkington, Wellington, Canada West (Ontario), Canada 68


4 M Alexander Wallace 69

           Born: 3 Feb 1822 - Creech (Creich), Fife, (Sutherland), Easter Ross (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland
     Christened: <28 Feb 1822>
           Died: 29 Sep 1892 - Port Elgin, Bruce West, Bruce, Ontario, Canada
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Ann Elizabeth Cunningham (1826-1906) 70
           Marr: 29 Jan 1851 - Nichol Twp, Wellington, Canada West (Ontario), Canada



Birth Notes: Husband - George A. Wallace

Birthdate and place from the family Bible of George & Barbara Wallace:
George born at Culrain, Parish of Rosskeen, Ross-shire, Scotland January 8, 1775 (as on the gravestone).


Death Notes: Husband - George A. Wallace

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mkallan&id=I00003 has d. 29 Aug 1828 in Guelph, Ontario instead of Donald Wallace's 19 Aug 1828. Headstone at Woodlawn says 19 Aug 1828.


Burial Notes: Husband - George A. Wallace

Block E
WE-4322

Now Woodlawn Memorial Park
762 Woolwich Street
Guelph, Wellington, ON

From Jeanine Wallace (email 12 Jan 2010): "George and Barbara have their own headstone. Originally George was buried downtown Guelph, he was the second person to be buried in that cemetary. The cemetary has since been moved to the Woodlawn cemetary were most of the family is buried now. When George passed away he and the family were living in the Scotch Block just outside of Guelph, now a little intersection called Marden. Grandpa says that he heard that Barbara and her sons were quite a burden on the neighbours after George died because they certainly didn't have much."
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From "Bethany History" (http://www.bethanyuc.org/Sub/bethany_history_1.htm):
"Another early settler was Mrs. George Wallace who with her husband and four sons, John, Alexander, Donald and Hugh, in the year 1825, left Scotland on the sailing vessel "Planet" for South America where they landed at Carracus, Venezuela. Eighteen months later they arrived in Guelph known as the LaGuayra settlers. George Wallace died August 18, 1828 and was the second body buried in the old cemetery behind Chalmers Church which is now a city parking lot. Mrs. Wallace and her four sons then settled in Pilkington where the sixth generation is still residing."



General Notes: Husband - George A. Wallace

Donald Wallace (1816-1902) letter to Ed H. Wallace dated 4 Jun 1896 has b. 9 Jan 1775:

"His [Alexander's] oldest son, Lachlin, was my great-grandfather; his son John was my grandfather; one of his sons, George, was my father. He [George] was born January 9th, 1775. He married Barbara Munro, 6th March, 1806. He was a factor for Culrain, a wealthy man, then he went as overseer for a gentleman. On the 7th Oct 1825, he and wife and 4 sons left Scotland for South America. There he tried farming, but he did not like it. He left his [son] John there. He and family went to Canada West. He arrived at Guelph 26 September 1827. He settled on a farm there. On the 19th of next August he died. His wife [Barbara] was born in Ross[-s]hire 18 Aug 1737 [sic]. She died at Woolwich, Feb. 4, 1844 He had four sons--John, Donald, Hugh, Alexander. John was born at Ross[-s]hire, 13th of April 1813. He died in South America 11th of March, 1848. Donald was born 14th of February 1845. Hugh was born in Sutherland, 8th July, 1819. Died. Alexander was born in Sutherland on the 3rd of February, 1822. Barbara Wallace and her three sons removed from near Guelph to Woolwich 20th April, 1833. On a genealogical tree of the family of Wallaces in Ross[-s]hire, by a cousin of mine, I saw 88. Some more might be added since. One of them, Lachlin, had 10 children. One of them was John, my grandfather."
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Narrative by Don Wallace (Donald C. Wallace, III) on 1 July 2010, in email to Karen (Johnson) Fish:

Wallace origins in Scotland with immigration story to Canada via Colombia ca. 1815-20. It's a doozy: the entire clan worked under the Earl of Cromartie up on the Northeast coast for about 200+ years. The head Wallace was The Grange, or clan leader, and in the custom of the time that meant full employment and housing for the rest of the family.

All was going well when [George] Wallace married Barbara Munro, whose brother was a notorious cattle rustler, aka The Black Drover. Barbara got her husband to temporarily borrow the entire year's budget for the estate, about 300 pounds sterling, to finance buying (rustling, probably) cattle on the English border for sale elsewhere in Northern England. Instead, the Black Drover kept the money and said he'd been ripped off. This made [George] W an embezzler, and he and the family were forced to leave the estate.

He took them to the far north to start a Gaelic school--a revolutionary act at the time of the Enclosures, which were forcing crofters off the Highlands down into the textile mills of England or overseas as immigrants. The school failed. He petitioned the church to resettle the family, about 17 people, and they took what was offered: a missionary settlement in the highlands of Colombia, which was a vast ungoverned breakaway country, including Venezuela and Panama. The idea of introducing Protestantism in an overwhelming Catholic country didn't go over well. After a neighbor led a stray cow up to their front porch and plunged a knife into its heart, [George] petitioned the church again for resettlement. They were sent to Canada, landed in Guelph, Ontario, around 1822. And [George], totally burnt out by then, up and died [in 1828].

I gathered all of this from a box of letters handed down, the oldest dating from the 1640s. I found the box while spending the night in grandfather Don Wallace's house the night after his death. I spent a few hours reading everything and made my father open a safe deposit box to safeguard it. And then--it's so sad as to be unbelievable--at some point the deposit was closed and the box just thrown out. It just about broke my heart then, and does now, telling you. (And that's why I'm telling you. Those of us who care are few and far between.)

The family [of John D. Wallace] followed the Red River south into the Dakota territories, founding Drayton, and maybe another town or two. We still have the homestead from the 1870s--on the "bad" side of the Red River--though there is only one person left alive who has seen it, we lease it to a hay farmer. The reason all of the Wallaces headed West (or East, one brother helping to incorporate Suffolk County in New York State) was the land was in such poor condition. If we'd picked land on the other side of the river, where the sediment was, we'd probably still be there...

One final thought for today: all of the family left Colombia except for the eldest son, Alexander [John?], aged 16, who stayed, and later ended up in Costa Rica, where it is said he married a princess. I thought this story was a fable until my mother and father began reminiscing about visits from a very snotty Costa Rican lady when they were young, who insisted she was a royal. This would probably have been a Bourbon dynasty line of descent, if it wasn't a case of putting on airs.


Research Notes: Husband - George A. Wallace

Lorna Wallace family tree has "George (John?) Wallace." Was John his middle name? His brother? Father? Also has b. 8 Jan 1775. Transcription of Donald Wallace letter of 4 June 1896 to Ed Wallace has 9 Jan 1775, but his gravestone and the family Bible say 8 January 1775 in Culrain.

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tincanman&id=I110374
Has b. 1775 in Cromarty, Scotland.

Cromarty is very near to Rosskeen.
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See also George's brother John, whose second marriage was to Catherine Munro. Barbara's sister? Is this John the reason for confusion about his name?

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From Discussion Board at http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=2255&p=localities.britisles.scotland.roc.general :
Re: Looking for George Wallace-1775 and Barbara Munro-1789 of Rosshire
1 Mar 2009
pachinkoisforlovers

I am related to George Wallace and Barbara Munro through their son Donald.

here is the information that i have:
George Wallace, his Wife and their four sons left the port in Cromarty, Scotland and sailed on the vessel "Planet" in 7 Oct 1825 for South America. they went on the promise of land and other concessions that were never realized. In Carracas (LaGuayra), Venezuela and 18 mo. (1827)later arrived in Guelph Tp. CAN and were alloted land on the Elora Road (Scotch Block)and became known as the LaGuayra settlers. George dies Aug. 18 1828 and was the second body to be buried in the old cemetary behind Chalmers church.

From what i can find i believe that George, Barbara and three of their sone (George, Alexander and Hugh) went to Canada. I have mixed reports but have come to believe that their son John stayed in Carracas where he died some years later.

Hugh Wallace (b. 1819 Scotland-5 Sept 1881 Wellington co. ON) married Margaret Metcalf. they had 9 children.

I have your relative Alexander Wallace (b. 28 Feb 1822 Scotland - 29 Sept 1892 ON) marrying Mary Ann Elizabeth Cunningham. they had 11 children.

My G-G Grandfather Donald Wallace (b.14 Feb 1816 Scotland- d.1902 Pasadena, CA) married Harriet Lasby in 1838. they had 9 children.

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Email from Jeanine Wallace 20 Jan 2010 :

My grandparents have a wooden chest that came across with George and Barbara where they keep a lot of family stuff, in it is a Gaelic bible with inscriptions of birthdates and deaths. Below is what is written inside the bible - thought you might be interested.

George born at Culrain Parish of Ropskeen Ropshire, Scotland January 8 1775-August 19, 1828

Barbara born at Arshrop Parish of Ropskeen Ropshire Scotland August 18, 1789-February 4, 1849

Married March 6, 1806

John born in Soniskile Parish of Ropskeen April 19,1813-March 11 1846

Donald born Ropshile Parish of Ropskeen February 14, 1816 -

Hugh born in Creech Sutherland July 9, 1819

Alexander born in Creech Sutherland February 3, 1822 - September 29,1892

Just a side note - Alexander died in Port Elgin, Ontario - he moved there as Donald and Hugh took over the farm

Barbara died at the home of her son Hugh in what was then Woolwich Township, but was later named Pilkington Township in 1852 and has since been amalgamated to be Centre Wellington Township

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According to Jeannine Wallace 10/18/10, "George, husband to Barbara came to Canada with a wooden chest, I think I've mentioned this before. That chest has George's name on it with the middle initial 'A'."
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The following letter mentions the La Guayran settlers, among whom were George and his family.

From Lack Family Genealogy (http://www.lackfamily.net/genealogy/names/wallace_name/d1.htm#i2030):

General Notes: Letter from Catherine Ross (by then married to Young) about the death of her brother John

To: John Wallace
Sun Office 112 Strand London
Jan 29 1827
My dear Uncle,
I fully intended to have written to you two months ago, in the first place I was waiting to hear more satisfactory accounts from Colombia and since I received the melancholy intelligence of my poor brother's death I felt little disposed for writing.
Mr Young has sent you a paper with an account of him in it written by Mr Young which he has copied into all the newspapers here.

I saw a gentleman yesterday that has just arrived from Lagunyea who gives a most dismal account of the people's distress, but I suppose you have heard from George all the particulars. Their chief wish is to come home, or to be sent to North America, but the Association will do nothing for them. It has proved a most unfortunate course and has brought impossible misfortune on our poor family. Mrs Ross and her family are left quite destitute. She has three children, two boys and a girl. The mother and the youngest have gone to live with her father in Edinburgh and we have taken the other two. It would be rather hard that his poor children would be left friendless after what he had done for his father's family. With all his failings he had a most affectionate warm heart.

All the accounts we have had of his illness and death are in the Sun. It is strange that we should have been so long without hearing of is the heard from the consol at Philadelphia who sent an inventory of all John's things. We have written to him to get all the particulars he can relate to his illness and of course you have heard that he paid Walter a visit in Demerara. He was just after parting with him a fortnight when he died. He was very unlucky in all his undertakings but in my opinion the Association have behaved most infamously.

I had a letter from Walter am Saturday dated 1st November the poor fellow did not then hear of his loss. He will feel it the more on account of so recently having seen him. Indeed I dread the consequence upon his health. He says he expects to hear from you shortly. I saw a gentleman who came from Charles last summer. He was in the enjoyment of very excellent health but has so of riches. But we must hope for the best. I must now conclude for I do not feel disposed to enter into long particulars of my own affairs at present.

The Sun is doing wonders I believe I wrote to you time the birth of my youngest daughter who was born 9th of last October and is a fine little girl called Catherine after her mother.
Give my compliments to all my relations and friends. Mr Young writes with me in fondest regards to you and Mrs Wallace and I remain, my dear uncle, your affectionate niece
Catharine Young

I shall be glad to hear from you as soon as possible as I am going to write to Charles and he will feel interest in all the Roshkeen news. Write fully and if George says anything of John let me know. C.Y.

I shall expect your answer in a fortnight.
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From geni.com (added 25 Apr 2009):

7th child of John Wallace, was a tenant of Nonikiln until 1813, when he moved to the farm of Mossfield. There he failed in 1816 owing to his becoming security of John Munro, husband of his sister Mary and lost all he had. He was factor or land agent for many years for the Estate of Culrain, for some time grieve or farm manager for Major Juniston of Criech and then became parish schoolmaster at Alness where he taught Gaelic. He went in 1826 with many others, led by his nephew Rev. John Ross, to Colombia, South America. This nephew died the same year, December 31, 1826, on passage to Philadephia. He tried farming, but that did not answer his expectations so he remained only 18 months. George soon thereafter settled on a farm in the Scotch Block in Upper Canada West in 1827 with his wife and three young sons. His eldest son, John was born in February, 1813. The other 3 sons, Donald, Hugh and Alexander are still in Upper Canada (1894), two married. George died August 19, 1828 leaving a widow who died February 1, 1849.

Above data from Rosemarie Mackenzie, Tain, Scotland gathered by Barrie Todd, sent to Patricia Wallace Norvell on 4/27/94. George died in America.

Pilkington, Aug. 13th, 1866: George Wallace was born Jan 8, 1775, at Culrain. He married Barbara Munro March 6th, 1806, first farmed at Nonikill til 1813, then became factor for Culrain, but signing a bill with he brother-in-law, John Munro, who failed in a 3,000 pounds, he lost all he had - about 600 pounds. He then went as greave to Creich, next to Ardross. Afterwards he taught a Gaelic school, and on October 7, 1825, together with his wife and 4 sons left Scotland for South America. He there tried farming, but that not answering his expectations, he only remained about 18 months, and leaving his son John there, came to Canada West, arrived at Guelph, September 26, 1827, and settled on a farm there (in Scotch Block).

He died August 19, 1828, leaving a widow whodied February 4, 1849 and 4 sons John, Donald, Hugh and Alexander.


Birth Notes: Wife - Barbara Munro

The transcription of Donald Wallace's letter has 18 August 1737, which is probably a misreading of 18 August 1787 or 1789. According to Jeanine Wallace, the family Bible of George & Barbara has b. at Arshrop, Parish of Ross-shire, Scotland on August 18, 1789. This is born out by her gravestone (b. August 18, 1789 and d. February 4, 1849).

In the 1851 census, there were many Munros in Rosskeen and several place names containing "Ardross." One was a castle, a couple were farms. A lot of individuals were born in Creich. Most of those folks were labourers or lodgers. See http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/SCT-SUTHERLAND/2002-02/1014013271


Death Notes: Wife - Barbara Munro

Donald Wallace (letter of 4 June 1896) gives death date as 4 February 1844. Jeanine Wallace (email 2 Jan 2010) says her headstone has 4 February 1849.

She died at the home of her son Hugh in what was then Woolwich Township, but was later named Pilkington Township in 1852. It is now part of Centre Wellington Township.


Burial Notes: Wife - Barbara Munro

Block E
WE-4322

Now Woodlawn Memorial Park
762 Woolwich Street
Guelph, Wellington, ON


General Notes: Wife - Barbara Munro

Donald Wallace (1816-?) letter to Ed H. Wallace dated 4 Jun 1896 has b. 18 Aug 1737 [1773? May be typo in transcription]: "His [Alexander's] oldest son, Lachlin, was my great-grandfather; his son John was my grandfather; one of his sons, George, was my father. He [George] was born January 9th, 1775. He married Barbara Munro, 6th March, 1806. He was a factor for Culrain, a wealthy man, then he went as overseer for a gentleman. On the 7th Oct 1825, he and wife and 4 sons left Scotland for South America. There he tried farming, but he did not like it. He left his [son] John there. He and family went to Canada West. He arrived at Guelph 26 September 1827. He settled on a farm there. On the 19th of next August he died. His wife [Barbara] was born in Ross[-s]hire 18 Aug 1737 [sic]. She died at Woolwich, Feb. 4, 1844 He had four sons--John, Donald, Hugh, Alexander. John was born at Ross[-s]hire, 13th of April 1813. He died in South America 11th of March, 1848. Donald was born 14th of February 1845. Hugh was born in Sutherland, 8th July, 1819. Died. Alexander was born in Sutherland on the 3rd of February, 1822. Barbara Wallace and her three sons removed from near Guelph to Woolwich 20th April, 1833. On a genealogical tree of the family of Wallaces in Ross[-s]hire, by a cousin of mine, I saw 88. Some more might be added since. One of them, Lachlin, had 10 children. One of them was John, my grandfather."


Research Notes: Wife - Barbara Munro

Donald Wallace (1816-?) letter to Ed H. Wallace dated 4 Jun 1896 has b. 18 Aug 1737 [1773? 1787? May be typo in transcription.] Gravestone has d. 4 Feb 1849 (in Guelph, Ontario). Transcribed Donald Wallace letter has d. 4 Feb 1844.


Notes: Marriage

Email from Jeanine Wallace 20 Jan 2010 :

My grandparents have a wooden chest that came across with George and Barbara where they keep a lot of family stuff, in it is a Gaelic bible with inscriptions of birthdates and deaths. Below is what is written inside the bible - thought you might be interested.

George born at Culrain Parish of Ropskeen Ropshire, Scotland January 8 1775-August 19, 1828

Barbara born at Arshrop Parish of Ropskeen Ropshire Scotland August 18, 1789-February 4, 1849

Married March 6, 1806

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Scotland Marriages, 1561-1910 at FamilySearch.org has:
George Wallace + Barbra Munro married 20 Jan 1806 Rosskeen, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland. Why would this be a different date?
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FamilySearch:
"Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XYQK-GN5 : accessed 08 Sep 2013), George Wallace and Barbra Munro, 20 Jan 1806.
On this same film are birth records for children of Lachland Wallace and Margaret Ross, and the marriages of John Wallace and Catherine Duff, Charles Wallace and Elspet Ross, Alexander Wallace and Elspet Grant, plus many other Wallace birth records.


Birth Notes: Child - John Wallace

Birth records for Rosskeen Parish have "Wallace & Munro | John Lawfull son to Geo. Wallace Nonakiln & Barbra Munro was Born the 12th Apr 1813."

George & Barbara Wallace family Bible has b. in <Soniskile>, Parish of Rosskeen April 19, 1813, d. March 11, 1846. That may have been the date John was baptized.

Another source has b. 13 Apr 1813 in Stonekile Parish. There was no parish named Stonekile, but this may have been a bad transcription of "Nonikiln."



Death Notes: Child - John Wallace

Apparently killed in a war in Venezuela, possibly "The March Revolution," a rebellion in Venezuela before the beginning of the Federal War (1859-1863). Donald Wallace's letter to Ed Wallace puts his death on 11 March 1848.

Family Bible of George & Barbara Wallace has d. March 11 1846, according to Jeanine Wallace.


Birth Notes: Child - Donald Wallace

According to Jeanine Wallace, the family Bible of George & Barbara Wallace states that Donald was born in "Ropshile" (Ross-shile/Ross-skile?) Parish of Rosskeen February 14, 1816.

Donald Wallace's letter to Ed Wallace has only that he was born in Ross-shire 14 Feb 1816.

Mossfield Parish (which may not have existed) is given by an online source.


Christening Notes: Child - Donald Wallace


FamilySearch.org has christened 16 Feb 1816


Death Notes: Child - Donald Wallace

Obituary from Los Angeles Times, 17 Jul 1902, p. 19:
Donald Wallace died Tuesday evewning, aged 86 years. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Methodist Church.


Birth Notes: Child - Hugh Wallace

According to Jeanine Wallace, the family Bible of George & Barbara Wallace has "Creech" instead of "Cruch" given by an online source, with birthdate July 9, 1819.

Donald Wallace, in his letter to Ed Wallace, has July 8, 1819 as his birthdate.


Death Notes: Child - Hugh Wallace

Cause of death: Consumption nine months
Reported by George A. Wallace, his son.


Birth Notes: Child - Alexander Wallace

Donald Wallace (letter 4 Jun 1896) gives Alexander's birthdate as 3 February 1822 in Sutherland.

According to Jeanine Wallace, the family Bible of George & Barbara Wallace has "born in Creech Sutherland February 3, 1822 - September 29, 1892"

Another source has 28 Feb 1822 in Rosskeen. That appears to be in error.


John Wallace [II] of Tain, formerly Milcraig & Seafield and Catherine Munro




Husband John Wallace [II] of Tain, formerly Milcraig & Seafield 71 72 73




           Born: Oct 1780 - Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 74
     Christened: 
           Died: 19 Jun 1873 - Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland


         Buried:  - Nonikiln, Tain, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 75


         Father: John Wallace [I] [of Bonar Bridge, Tain] (1739-1810) 15 16 41 42 43
         Mother: Janet Grant (1738-1814) 44 45


       Marriage: 1816

   Other Spouse: Catherine Duff (1801/1802-1882) 73 76 - 2 Jun 1835 - Brucefield, <Clackmannanshire>, Scotland

Events

Residence: Millcraig farm by Invergordon, 2 Jun 1835, Easter Ross, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.

Residence: Nonikiln farm, 2 Jun 1835, Tain, Ross and Cromarty, (Highland), Scotland.

Executed: Antenuptial Contract of Marriage, 2 Jun 1835, Brucefield, <Clackmannanshire>, Scotland.

Census: Scotland, 1841, Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland. 77

Occupation: Tacksman of Nonikiln & Milcraig, Bef 1851, Alness, Easter Ross, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Occupation: Farmer at Milcraig, After 1851, Invergordon, Easter Ross, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.

Occupation: Farmer, After 1851, Seafield, <Inverness>, Scotland.

Residence: by 1870, Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Executed: General Disposition and Deed of Settlement, 22 Aug 1870, Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Census: Scotland, 1871, Tain, Ross and Cromarty, (Highland), Scotland.

Executed: Codicil to General Disposition and Deed of Trust, 11 Apr 1872, Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Inventoried: Personal Estate of John Wallace, 19 Jun 1873, Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.

Probate: 1 Aug 1873, Tain, Ross-shire, (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland.




Wife Catherine Munro

           Born: Abt 1794
     Christened: 
           Died: 19 Jun 1830 - <Nonikiln>, Tain, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland


         Buried:  - Nonikiln, Tain, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty, Highland), Scotland 75


         Father: <Hugh> Munro (Abt 1770-      )
         Mother: <Catherine> <Ross> (Abt 1771-      )




Children
1 M Rev. John Wallace 78

           Born: 13 Mar 1817 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
     Christened: 20 Mar 1817 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
           Died: 14 Apr 1843


         Buried:  - Nonikiln, Tain, Ross-shire (Highland), Scotland 75



2 F Catherine Wallace 73 79

           Born: 23 Mar 1819 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
     Christened: 
           Died: After 22 Aug 1870 - <Canada>
         Buried: 
         Spouse: < > Ellis (      -      ) 73


3 F Janet Wallace 80

            AKA: Jess Wallace
           Born: 7 Dec 1821 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
     Christened: 
           Died: After 22 Aug 1870 - <Scotland>
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Charles Laing (Abt 1820-After 1870) 73
           Marr: 2 Mar 1841 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 81


4 M Hugh Ross Wallace 82

            AKA: Hugh Rose Wallace
           Born: 24 Mar 1824 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
     Christened: Apr 1824 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
           Died: Bef 22 Aug 1870 73
         Buried: 



5 M Alexander Wallace late of Tullich, Fearn

           Born: 8 Mar 1826 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland 83
     Christened: 
           Died: 15 Jun 1916 - Tain, Ross and Cromarty, (Highland), Scotland


         Buried:  - Nonikiln, Rosskeen Parish, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland
         Spouse: Margaret Dick (1829/1830-1910)
           Marr: 1855 14


6 M George Wallace 84

           Born: 19 Nov 1828 - Rosskeen, Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty), Scotland
     Christened: 
           Died: 1851 14 73
         Buried: 




Burial Notes: Husband - John Wallace [II] of Tain, formerly Milcraig & Seafield

Inscription on stone in Nonikiln cemetery:
John & Catherine (Munro) Wallace, s. John.

Erected/by/JOHN WALLACE/late farmer, Nonikiln/died 19 June 1873 aged 93 years/in memory of his wife/CATHERINE MUNRO/who died 19 June 1830 aged 36/and his son/The Rev. JOHN WALLACE/who died 14 April 1843 aged 26 years.
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He is buried in an "overgrown graveyard near a farm," according to the Lack Family Genealogy. The Nonikiln stone, then, would be a memorial, not a grave marker.


Research Notes: Husband - John Wallace [II] of Tain, formerly Milcraig & Seafield

Occupation: Tacksman of Nonikiln & Milcraig, Nr. Alness Bef 1851 Occupation: Farmer Aft 1851 Seafield Occupation: Farmer Milcraig

See also John's brother George, who married Barbara Munro. Catherine Munro's sister?
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From http://www.lackfamily.net/genealogy/names/whole%20family/f714.html:

EXTRACTS OF MANUSCRIPT BY JOHN WALLACE (the younger)

My father, John Wallace, had the farms of Culrain and Gushack for 13 years from 1779-1792 at a rent of 140 bolls part barley part meal and duties of money, peats and hens. At that time he had no coup carts nor pick and spade. For driving the manure to the land he had a kind of cart and a basket of wicker work. The wheels of the cart were constructed of three sticks 6" in diameter which were crossed and fixed in the centre by an axle that turned with the wheels on tum'lers as they were called. Stones as well as manure were carried in these carts and they would carry a heavy load. The wicker basket cost a shilling and would last for two years. For carrying home peats and leading corn he made a very simple cart of two long shafts with cross sticks in the bottom and standing rungs with top rails. As soon as the crop was put in the carts were taken off the tum'lers and put in some shed until the peats were ready for carrying home. All the carriage of corn, meal and potatoes was done in bags on horseback. Going to the mill seven or eight horses would be tied in a row, the one to the other with halters made of horse hair. A boy had the first horse while two men were employed to keep the bags from falling. My father had three ploughs and six oxen to each plough. The ploughs were made by himself almost entirely of wood, all the iron used being a strong culter, a sock and a large hook fired at the point of the beam with a staple and a few nails which were required to fix the mouldboard of deals.. Then the oxen were strong, the ploughs would work as well as any made for years after. The harrows were made of birch, with five rungs across through the bills. He had no graips only two large forks, and in place of a mattock he had a croman or half mattock. For a spade he had a large wooden shovel mounted with iron at the point and up both sides. The thing was allowed to lie in the byres for a week and then it was carted to the midden on the wheelbarrow, or sometimes on a two handed barrow such as was used by the masons. Women took part in all the farm, except ploughing, threshing and carrying bags. Neither clover or turnips were grown, but there would be about sixteen bolls potatoes. The work in summer after sowing the barley about the 20th May was to cut the peats, and then to make middens for next year's barley. These middens were made of soil from outlying land mixed with the manure of horses and cattle. Horses and cattle got very little corn, but when any of the cattle were weak in spring they got sheaves of oats in the morning. At that time there were very few large farms. On the farm of Millcraig, (Mr. Wallace occupied Millcraig and Nonikiln till 1851) about 1760 there were eight tenants and ten ploughs with 60 animals, three ploughs are now sufficient. In my young days the large farm of Newmore was occupied by Alexander Rossor MacFinlay and his two sons, the rent being 80 and 80 bolls of grain. He and his sons were altogether of the old school. He had eight horses to carry home his peats using the rung carts with the tumblers. There was not so much as a pin of iron about the harness of the eight horses. For shoulder chains and hames birch wands were used instead of iron. I remember well seeing a pair of horses passing Nonikiln from Strathcarron to Inverness with furniture and there was not a single link or pin of iron about the horses or cart. The traces were made of deer skin and were tough and strong. The collars were made of ropes of straw twined threefold. These would last about a year but when made of loch rushes 4 ft. in length would last two years. The farmers made the harness themselves; in short they made everything. There was no need for saddlers, but weavers were numerous, and they got plenty of work to do. There was only one merchant in the parish of Rosskeen and it was from him my father bought his first spade. I wondered much at it, as it was the first spade I had ever seen.

MARRIED MEN SERVANTS WAGES

Married men for twelve months got 4, six bolls of meal, two days to cut peats, straw for a stirk, land for potatoes for their own manure land for sowing two pints of linseed. Shearers got (corn?) eighteen pecks of oatmeal by measure.

DIET OF SERVANTS

At breakfast "brochan" and pease meal bread; at dinner in Summer whey and bread; at supper sowens or "brochan". There was cabbage for dinner once a week and next day porridge made of what remained of the cabbage was taken with butter at breakfast. My father always fed a cow to be killed in winter, and as long as it lasted the servants got broth and sometimes beef. During winter and spring there was always plenty of home made ale and the servants occasionally got ale, butter and curds, but porridge was seldom seen. The servants got three feasts in the year, one on Old New Years Day, another when the barley was sown and another when the shearing was finished.

CLOTHING AND SOCIAL CUSTOMS

The clothing was very simple and plain. The men wore black knee breeches and bright blue coats made by their wives. The young men generally wore similar attire but some had kilts. Even the larger farmers wore broad blue bonnets and no hats were to be seen. About 1792 some favourite sons began to get trousers, and by 1850 breeches had almost disappeared. In my father's time no farmers' wives had prints or cotton gowns. Their gowns were of their own making, chiefly wincey. The wives wore a small tartan shoulder plaid, and it was considered decent for a farmer's wife to have a clean white towel on her head above the mutch or cap. No young ladies covered their head until married. Their hair was their pride. It was all combed down their shoulders and when at work was tied at their back with tape. At the marriage ceremony, the bride was always covered with a scarlet plaid, and if she had not one of her own got the loan of one. The gatherings at marriages were usually very large, and there was music and. dancing on four nights, on Thursday night at the feet washing; on Friday night after the marriage; on Saturday evening and part of the day and again on Tuesday at what was called the home wedding.

MEMORABLE YEARS:

Under this heading Mr. Wallace refers to the remarkably wet year of 1782 which was called the Black Year. There was scarcely a dry day during the whole Spring, while summer and autumn were also very wet. The crop was late and miserably poor, in fact the greater portion of it never ripened at all. Mr. Calder, the minister in Roskeen, was paid in grain and all he got in that year was 16 bolls of barley from my father and these 16 bolls scarcely made 8 bolls of meal. Many cattle died in the spring but none of the inhabitants succumbed to the hardships of the famine. I was told, however, that many deaths would have occurred had it not been that cargoes of white pease which had been intended for the troops engaged in the American War, but which on the announce-ment of peace, were sent North and came to Ross-shire and the pease distributed among the more needful. My father was present at the distribution. The following year was as singularly dry as 1782 was exceptionally wet. The crop was very early, some of it being stored by the end of August, but owing to the inferior quality of much of the seed of the crop of 1782, the general yield was very poor. Many farmers fell in arrears and some of them never got over it. The year 1792 was quite as remarkable in Ross-shire. A few years before this sheep farming was begun in the County of Ross and the natives believing that this innovation would compromise their comforts and privileges begun about this year to display formidable opposition to the movement. The native farmers, tradesmen and labourers resolved to gather the whole stock of sheep in Sutherland and Ross and drive them over the southern borders into Inverness-shire. Accordingly arrangements for the outrage against sheep farmers was made by proclamation at the Church doors. A mob of people met and having collected above 10,000 sheep, they were proceeding with their flock along the heights of the parish of Alness, when they learned that Colonel Sir Hector Munro of Novar was on his way from Fort George with a company of the 42nd Highlanders to suppress their depredations. The sheep gatherers dispersed immediately, but a good many were apprehended and tried in the Circuit Court at Inverness. Two were transported but the others got off with imprisonment, The commencement of this affair was as follows:

Captain Allan Cameron and his brother Alexander Cameron took the farms of Fyrish and Culcraggie along with the grazings of Gildermorrie on the heights of Alness. The Ardross tenants had previously grazed their cattle all summer on Gildermorrie, and having wandered back to their old pastures, the Camerons pounded them and enclosed them in a large fank which they had built for the purpose. That day the Ardross tenants were hearty at a wedding in Strathrushdale, but on hearing what had happened to their cattle, they proceeded in a body to Gildermorrie where an ugly fight took place between them and the Camerons. The year 1800 was a very dry year scarcely a drop of rain fell during the Summer. The crop was not half average in bulk. I got 50 shillings for barley, 48 shillings for oatmeal and 40 shillings for potatoes. The year 1811 was very wet and the greater portion of the crop dreadfully damaged. I got 54 shillings for barley that year. The crops of 1816 and 1817 were also bad while in 1836 the whole crop would scarcely pay my rent.

Notes:
A letter exists (JAL) from Catharine (Ross) Young, dated Jan 29 1827, to her Uncle John Wallace, commenting on her poor brother John's death in Colombia, referring to Mr Young's description of it being in the 'Sun' newspaper.
She was probably nee Ross - both the two elder girls married Ross husbands


Death Notes: Wife - Catherine Munro

Inscription on stone in Nonikiln cemetery:
John & Catherine (Munro) Wallace, s. John.

Erected/by/JOHN WALLACE/late farmer, Nonikiln/died 19 June 1873 aged 93 years/in memory of his wife/CATHERINE MUNRO/who died 19 June 1830 aged 36/and his son/The Rev. JOHN WALLACE/who died 14 April 1843 aged 26 years.


Research Notes: Wife - Catherine Munro

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=alastair&id=I617


Burial Notes: Child - Alexander Wallace late of Tullich, Fearn

Alexander Wallace.
In/loving memory of/the said/ALEXANDER WALLACE/late of Tullich, Fearn who died at Tain/15th June 1916 aged 90 years.
"He giveth his beloved sleep"/Psalm CXXVII.24.


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