MacDonald McDonald Family Records

Patrick McDonald

M215-PATRICK MCDONALD: m. Mary Ellen Cameron; came to America from M215-PATRICK County Mayo, Ireland; had four ch., all born in Ireland.

(1) Patrick; had three sons and a dau.
(A) James.
(B) Andrew.
(C) A son: died in the army.
(2) Daniel: m. (1), Miss Sullivan and had a dau. (d. a a child) and William (d. about 1907); m. (2), Portsmouth, N. H., Abbie Sullivan; went to Concord, N. H.
(A) Margaret: d. y.
(B) Mary: unmarried.
(C) Abbie: d. y.
(D) Charles John: b. Concord, N. H., Nov. 17, 1860; m., Jan., 1885, Margaret Johnston, of Scotch-Irish descent.
(a) Abbie T.: Add.: 78 Washington Street, Concord, N. H.
(b) Katharine A.
(c) Charles J.: d. January 29, 1919, in a hospital at Nantes, France, while serving with Battery A, 115th Field Artillery.
(d) Daniel E.: d. April 27, 1918.
(e) William J.: d. in infancy.
(f) James F.: served overseas with Co. B, 14th Engineers, first volunteers to leave this country and first foreign armed troops that had marched in London for over 200 years.
(g) William A.: served overseas with 1st Army Headquarters Medical unit at Brest.
(h) Edward J.: served overseas with 19th Engineers.
(i) Mary E.
(3) Maria: m. Mr. Hosling. Issue.
(4) Elizabeth: m. Augustus Wiley and lived at Fitchburg, Mass. Ch.: Augustus and Erastus, both living at Fitchburg.

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  1. This info is wrong. DM and Mary had 9 children. My great great grandfather was one of the children and I have his bible in my basement with the correct names and dates. Also Donald Malcolm was NOT the name he used when he came to America in 1822.

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