Terrence McKeown

b. circa 1803, d. May 1843
Last Edited22 May 2012
Birth*circa 1803Ireland 
Marriage*30 September 1828Mary Keating; Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation Catholic Church, L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...son of John McKeown and Margaret McKeown of the parish of Derryvullan, County Fermanagh, Ireland...and Mary Keating, daughter of John Keating and Mary Brady..." 
(Witness) Death10 June 1841(?) McKeown; Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
(Witness) Death10 June 1841Thomas McKeown; Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged a few hours. 
Death*May 1843Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Died at 40 years of age. 
Burial*19 May 1843St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Family

Mary Keating
Marriage*30 September 1828Mary Keating; Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation Catholic Church, L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...son of John McKeown and Margaret McKeown of the parish of Derryvullan, County Fermanagh, Ireland...and Mary Keating, daughter of John Keating and Mary Brady..." 
Children 1.John McKeown+ b. 31 Jan 1830, d. 19 Nov 1901
 2.Patrick McKeown b. c 1832
 3.William McKeown
 4.Joseph McKeown b. 19 Apr 1835
 5.James McKeown b. 5 Oct 1839
 6.Thomas McKeown b. 9 Jun 1841, d. 10 Jun 1841
 7.(?) McKeown b. 9 Jun 1841, d. 10 Jun 1841
 8.Edward McKeown b. 29 Aug 1842

Thomas McKeown

b. circa 1878
Last Edited6 May 2012
Birth*circa 1878Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Thomas McKeown

b. 16 January 1836
Last Edited9 May 2012
Birth*16 January 1836Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism21 January 1836Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval Catholic Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Godparents John Wilson and Margaret Butler. 

Thomas McKeown

b. 9 June 1841, d. 10 June 1841
Last Edited10 May 2012
Birth*9 June 1841Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism10 June 1841Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval Catholic Church, Laval, Montmorency County, Quebec, Canada 
Burial*11 June 1841St-Edmond Catholic Cemetery, Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; From the records on 23 Aug. 1841: "...received witness of Nicolas Murphy and John Wilson in which they certified that the body of Thomas, infant son of Thomas McKeown and Mary Catin, 11th of June last died the day preceding, age a few hours..." 
Death*10 June 1841Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged a few hours. 
Witness: Terrence McKeown
Witness: Mary Keating

William McKeown

Last Edited4 May 2012
Birth* 
Marriage*18 November 1856Margaret McGrory; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Both were of age and living in Stoneham. Witnesses to the wedding were Michael Bureau, Bridget Keenan, and Henry Pacquet, friends of the spouses. 

Family

Margaret McGrory
Marriage*18 November 1856Margaret McGrory; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Both were of age and living in Stoneham. Witnesses to the wedding were Michael Bureau, Bridget Keenan, and Henry Pacquet, friends of the spouses. 

William McKeown

b. 15 January 1872
Last Edited6 May 2012
Birth*15 January 1872Stoneham, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism17 January 1872St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Godparents were James McKeown and Catherine McCoune. 

William Joseph Stanislaus McKeown

b. 15 August 1904
Last Edited27 Sep 2009
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
ChartsDescendants of Michael Cassin
Birth*15 August 1904York County, Ontario, Canada 

(?) McKey

Last Edited28 Jan 2013
Marriage*John Maher 
Married Name(?) Maher 

Family

John Maher
Marriage*John Maher 
Child 1.Mary Maher b. 17 Oct 1829

Agnes McKinley

b. 12 May 1879, d. 19 July 1965
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*12 May 1879Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism24 April 1882Church of England, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Married Name17 July 1900Rourke 
Marriage*17 July 1900Henry Rourke; Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Henry Rourke, of the parish of Valcartier, farmer, a bachelor, and Agnes McKinley, spinster, both of full age were married by license...witneses Sydney Brown and Mary McKinley." 
Death*19 July 1965Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Family

Henry Rourke b. 28 Aug 1868
Marriage*17 July 1900Henry Rourke; Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Henry Rourke, of the parish of Valcartier, farmer, a bachelor, and Agnes McKinley, spinster, both of full age were married by license...witneses Sydney Brown and Mary McKinley." 

Alice McKinley

b. 15 December 1873
Last Edited1 May 2014
Birth*15 December 1873Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Family was living in River aux Pins. 
Baptism13 January 1874Church of England, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Alice, daughter of David McKinley, farmer of Rever aux Pins of St. Gabriel West and of his wife Catherine (by her maiden name) Billing..." 
Married Name16 April 1897Connolly 
Marriage*16 April 1897James Webber Connolly; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "James Webber Connolly, of Groveton, New Hampshire...labourer, a bachelor, aged twenty years, having the consent of his father, and Alice McKinley of the parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, spinster, aged twenty-one years, were married by license..." Witnesses David C. McBain and Margaret H. Wright. 

Family

James Webber Connolly
Marriage*16 April 1897James Webber Connolly; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "James Webber Connolly, of Groveton, New Hampshire...labourer, a bachelor, aged twenty years, having the consent of his father, and Alice McKinley of the parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, spinster, aged twenty-one years, were married by license..." Witnesses David C. McBain and Margaret H. Wright. 

Alice McKinley

b. circa 1874
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*circa 1874 

Amy Belle McKinley

b. 14 April 1868, d. 17 October 1932
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*14 April 1868Canada 
Married Name9 October 1893Todd 
Marriage*9 October 1893Thomas G. Todd 
Death*17 October 1932Island Pond, Essex County, Vermont, United States; Cause of death was Cardio-renal failure from Cirrhosis of Liver. Parents Moses mcKinley and Ann Lammon born Canada. Husband Thomas G. Todd. Lived in U.S. 55 years. 

Family

Thomas G. Todd
Marriage*9 October 1893Thomas G. Todd 

Andrew McKinley

b. circa 1789, d. 15 December 1881
Last Edited10 Mar 2014
Birth*circa 1789Ballygorman, County Armagh, Ulster Province, Ireland 
Baptism13 April 1789Tyrone Ditches Presbyterian Church, Ballygorman, County Armagh, Ulster Province, Ireland; Some researches state that Andrew was baptised on the 13 April 1789 at Tyrone's Ditches Presbyterian Church in the town of Ballygorman. No sources have been provided though.
Researcher and family descendant, Audrey Henderson, states "A note in the Tyrone Church records states "Andrew Kinnel certified in full Communion has emigrated to America 1828." It appears the McKinley's are difficult to research as there are many families, with the name McKinley spelled Kinnel, Kennell, Kindle, McKinly, McKinlay, McKinley, etc."

 
Marriage*Sarah McCune 
Immigration*circa 1828Some researchers state that Andrew came from Ballygorman, which is an area of about 390 acres and about 20-25 families lived and farmed there back in the 1830s. They were all tenant farmers of Kenrick Cope, Esq. It appears they may have been flax weavers. They were all Presbyterians and attended either Tyrone's Ditches Prebyterian Church or Mountnorris Prebyterian Church. 
Census*1831Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The 1831 Census of Valcartier identifies Andrew McKinley as a resident of Riviere Aux Pins with four persons in the household: one between the ages of 0 and 5 (i.e.: Susannah), one unmarried male between the ages of 18 and 20, one married male between the ages of 14 and 44, i.e.: Andrew McKinley (1789-1881), and one married female, i.e.: Sarah McCune (1803-1885). 
Land*Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Research and descendant, Audrey Henderson states: "At the first opportunity, Andrew and Sarah obtained a grant of ninety acres of land which, over the years, they increased to one hundred and eighty acres. As their children grew to adulthood, they sold or gave each of them sections of the family farm for their own use.

Like their neighbours, Andrew and Sarah McKinley discovered that their land was not of sufficient quality for large scale and productive farming. Within one or two generations, most of the farmers in the area had turned to logging and to other occupations to survive.

The McKinley farm, Range 5, Concession 1, lot 8 was originally a heavily wooded area which, over the
years, Andrew gradually cleared so that by 1861 he had ninety acres under cultivation. The house, which was originally made of logs, was now a one story frame dwelling, valued at twelve hundred dollars. In addition, the family owned farm implements valued at forty dollars, and livestock (6 pigs, 3 horses, 6 colts, 6 sheep, 9 steer, 6 cows and a bull) valued at three hundred dollars. As a yearly yeild, the farm produced 12 bushels of wheat, 400 bushels of oats, 1000 bushels of potatoes, 2500 bundles of hay, 900 pounds of butter and 10 pounds of wool. It is surmised the regular assistance of all the McKinley children was needed to keep the farm productive. None of the children attended school, even after a local school was constructed.

By 1871, Andrew and Sarah held only thirty acres of land for their own subsistence and employed a young, Irish farm worker, Thomas Nolan, to cultivate it. They also possessed the family home, two barns, a stable, two wagons and a plow. With the assistance of Thomas Nolan, they produced twenty acres of oats, potatoes and hay. 
Will*4 March 1879Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada;

4th March 1879
Last Will of Andrew McKinley
Husband of Sarah McCune


From records of Notary Philippe Huot
No. 8044
Quebec Archives Film #4M01-5106



On this day, the fourth of March one thousand eight hundred and seventy nine, before us the undersigned Notaries Public for the Province of Quebec, residing at the City of Quebec, personally came and appeared Mr. Andrew McKinley, Farmer, residing in the Parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, who being in good bodily health and of sound and perfect mind, memory and understanding, requested us the said Notaries to write down and receive in due form of law his last will and testament, which he instantly made & dictated unto us the said Notaries, as follows, to wit:

I give and bequeath unto my son-in-law, Adam Mather, a sum of thirty dollars and all interest to accrue thereon which I have this day deposited in the Savings Bank of the Union Bank of Lower Canada as per account in folio three thousand six hundred and six, said money to be by him employed in putting up a headstone over my body & over the body of my wife after our decease in the Cemetery where our bodies shall be interred.

And as to the rest and residue of all moveable property, furniture & effects generally whatsoever I may die possessed of, I give & bequeath the same unto my three daughters: Susan McKinley, wife of William Henderson, Mary Ann McKinley, wife of Adam Mather, & Sarah McKinley, wife of David McBain to be divided share & share alike between them & to be possessed & disposed of by them in full & absolute property from the day of my decease, subject however by my said daughters to allow their mother, Sarah McCune, my wife, if she survives me to use & enjoy during her life of whatever furniture & effects which she may choose.

I do hereby appoint the said Adam Mather Executor of my present last will & testament. I revoke all former wills and codicils heretofore by me made, declaring the present to be my only true last will and testament.

Thus done, made & executed at Quebec, in the office of Philippe Huot, one of the said Notaries in the presence of Paul Picard, his confrere, who was present during the entire time of the execution hereof, on the day and year first above written, under the number eight thousand and forty four, the said Andrew McKinley having signed with & in the presence of the said Notaries, who have also both signed with & in the presence of each other & of the said Testator, these presents having been duly read according to law and the said Testator persisting therein as containing his last will & testament.

One marginal note approved is good.

Andrew McKinley, his signature;
P. Picard, N.P., his signature;
P. Huot, N.P., his signature

Transcribed by Gerald Neville, 2011

Note by Patricia Balkcom: Andrew died two and a half years after writing this will. He was reportedly 84 years of age. His wife survived until 1884. Although he names three daughters, Andrew and Sarah also had three known sons. 
Death*15 December 1881Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; This is the date listed on the tombstone. 
Witness: Sarah McCune
Burial*December 1881St. Andrew Presbyterian Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Tombstone states he was 84 and a native of County Armagh. 

Family

Sarah McCune b. c 1803, d. 14 Apr 1885
Marriage*Sarah McCune 
Children 1.Susannah McKinley+ b. 4 May 1829, d. 15 Feb 1907
 2.Moses McKinley+ b. 2 Jul 1832, d. 24 Jan 1910
 3.Mary Anne McKinley b. 12 Oct 1834, d. 27 Mar 1918
 4.David McKinley+ b. 9 Aug 1837, d. 9 Sep 1931
 5.Henry McKinley+ b. 5 Nov 1839, d. 25 Jan 1924
 6.Sarah McKinley+ b. 30 Jul 1848, d. 18 May 1929

Andrew McKinley

b. 23 October 1864, d. 24 May 1929
Last Edited1 May 2014
Birth*23 October 1864Riviere-aux-Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism8 January 1865Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were David and Samuel Shanks. Parents listed as David McKinlay and Catherine Billing. 
Marriage*7 April 1896Mary Ann McBain; Groveton, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage Record states that Mary Ann was 20 years of age, daughter of Daniel (should be David) McBane (sic) and Sarah McKinley and Andrew McKinley was 28 years of age, son of Daniel (should be David) McKinley and Catherine Billing. (They were first cousins). 
Death*24 May 1929Alberta, Canada 

Family

Mary Ann McBain b. 6 Feb 1876
Marriage*7 April 1896Mary Ann McBain; Groveton, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage Record states that Mary Ann was 20 years of age, daughter of Daniel (should be David) McBane (sic) and Sarah McKinley and Andrew McKinley was 28 years of age, son of Daniel (should be David) McKinley and Catherine Billing. (They were first cousins). 

Andrew McKinley

b. 19 December 1866, d. 17 November 1947
Last Edited14 May 2014
Birth*19 December 1866Riviere-aux-Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism3 March 1867Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were William Shanks and Francis Ireland. 
Death*17 November 1947Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Andrew McKinley

b. circa 1872
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*circa 1872 

Arthur McKinley

b. 13 December 1868, d. 20 June 1892
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*13 December 1868Riviere-aux-Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism21 March 1869Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were David and William Shanks. 
Death*20 June 1892Riviere aux Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Arthur McKinley, son of Henry McKinley, of Riviere aux Pins, died... and was buried in St. Andrew's Church Cemetery at Valcartier..."
Witnesses: Henry & Joseph McKinley 
Witness: Henry McKinley
Witness: Mary Ann McBain
Burial*26 June 1892St. Andrew Presbyterian Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Bridget McKinley

b. circa 1867
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*circa 1867Canada 

Curtis McKinley

b. 15 January 1872
Last Edited1 May 2014
Birth*15 January 1872Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; In his military record, he stated he was born on Feb. 12, 1872. 
Baptism31 January 1872Wesleyan Methodist Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were David McKinlay (sic) and Jacob Spence. 
Military*6 September 1916Kinso, Alberta, United States; World War 1 Attestation papers state that Curtis McKinley was living in Kinso, Alberta and was born in Valcartier, Quebec. His next of kin is Catherine McKinley of Valcartier. He stated his birthday was Feb. 12, 1872 and that he was single, a farmer and a teamster. Regiment #1048480. 

David McKinley

b. 9 August 1837, d. 9 September 1931
Last Edited1 May 2014
Birth*9 August 1837Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism5 September 1837Chalmers Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Parents listed as Andrew McKinley, farmer of Valcartier, and mother, Sarah. 
Marriage*25 January 1864Catherine Billing; St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "David McKinlay (sic), bachelor, and Catherine Billing, spinster, both of Valcartier, were married by License from his Excellency the Right Hon. Charles Stanley Viscount Branch..."
Witness: John Roark 
Will*17 October 1902Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada;

17th October 1902
Last Will of David McKinley
Husband of Catherine Billing


From records of Notary Cyrille Renaud
No. 2312
Translated from the Original Will at the Quebec Archives



On this seventeenth day of October one thousand nine hundred and two, before me Cyrille Renaud Public Notary residing in the Parish of St. Ambroise of Jeune Lorette personally appeared David McKinley, residing in the Parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, Farmer, who being of sound mind and disposing mind, memory and understanding hath requested us the said Notary and witnesses to write down and receive in due form of law his last will and testament which he has declared in manner and form following, that is to say:

1º I most willingly resign my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator in the humble hope that he will receive it to his favor through the sole merits and intercession of Jesus Christ my Saviour.

2º I desire that all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses be paid by my executor hereinafter named, as soon as possible after my death.

3º I give and bequeath to my son David McKinley all my moveable and immovable properties but the use and usufruct only after the death of my wife, Catherine Billing. This legacy is made to the charge by David McKinley to pay the sum of one hundred dollars to Andrew McKinley, the sum of fifty dollars to Susan McKinley, fifty dollars to Mary, fifty dollars to Alice, and fifty dollars to Frances McKinley and the feather bed to this last, and to charge by my said universal legatee to pay the sum of twenty five dollars to John McKinley, my son, and twenty five dollars to Curtis McKinley. All these amounts will be paid after the death of my wife.

I nominate, constitute, and appoint my said son David McKinley my universal legatee and executor of this will and testament.

I revoke all will and testaments I may have heretofore made and I declare the present to be my only true last will and testament.

Done and passed at St. Ambroise under Notarial Number two thousand three hundred and twelve. And after the reading of these presents to the said Testator in presence of François Savard and George White both witnesses requested for the purposes of these presents, the appearer, the witnesses and the Notary have signed in the presence of each other.

David McKinley, his signature;
François Savard, his signature;
George White, his signature;
Cy. Renaud, N.P., his signature

Transcribed by Gerald Neville, 2011 
(Witness) Death27 February 1920David McKinley; Cobalt, Ontario, Canada; Death Registration states:
David McKinley died at 27 Galena Street, Cobalt, Ontario.
Male; Scotch; Married; age 39 years, 5 months, 21 days; born Valcartier, P.Q. on Sept. 6, 1882; miner in the mining industry; trade of paper maker and farming; lived at place of death for 10 years.
Name of father - David McKinley born Valcartier, Quebec.
Name of mother - Catherine Billings, born Valcartier, Quebec.
Name of Informant - Mrs. David McKinley, wife.
Date of Burial - Feb. 29, 1920 at Cobalt, Ontario by Undertaker Thorpe Bros.
Was followed by Dr. J. A. Kane from Feb. 19, 1920.
Cause of death influenza and pneumonia. 
Death*9 September 1931Auburn, Androscoggin County, Maine, United States; He was living with his daughter, Alice, when he died. He had previously lived with his daughter, Frances, in Berlin, Coos County, New Hampshire (1930 Census). 
Burial*11 September 1931St. Andrew Presbyterian Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "David McKinley, retired farmer, son of Andrew McKinley, died at Auburn, Maine....aged 96 years..."
Witnesses: John J. McKinely, Joseph McKinley, William Goodfellow 

Family

Catherine Billing b. 21 Mar 1842, d. 13 Mar 1914
Marriage*25 January 1864Catherine Billing; St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "David McKinlay (sic), bachelor, and Catherine Billing, spinster, both of Valcartier, were married by License from his Excellency the Right Hon. Charles Stanley Viscount Branch..."
Witness: John Roark 
Children 1.Andrew McKinley b. 23 Oct 1864, d. 24 May 1929
 2.Susannah McKinley b. 7 Jun 1866
 3.Sarah McKinley b. 22 Oct 1867
 4.Mary Margaret McKinley b. 12 May 1870
 5.Curtis McKinley b. 15 Jan 1872
 6.Alice McKinley b. 15 Dec 1873
 7.Frances McKinley b. 9 Mar 1876
 8.John Joseph McKinley b. 4 Jul 1879
 9.David McKinley b. 6 Sep 1882, d. 27 Feb 1920

David McKinley

b. 6 September 1882, d. 27 February 1920
Last Edited3 May 2014
Birth*6 September 1882Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Marriage*Jessie Legareau 
Death*27 February 1920Cobalt, Ontario, Canada; Death Registration states:
David McKinley died at 27 Galena Street, Cobalt, Ontario.
Male; Scotch; Married; age 39 years, 5 months, 21 days; born Valcartier, P.Q. on Sept. 6, 1882; miner in the mining industry; trade of paper maker and farming; lived at place of death for 10 years.
Name of father - David McKinley born Valcartier, Quebec.
Name of mother - Catherine Billings, born Valcartier, Quebec.
Name of Informant - Mrs. David McKinley, wife.
Date of Burial - Feb. 29, 1920 at Cobalt, Ontario by Undertaker Thorpe Bros.
Was followed by Dr. J. A. Kane from Feb. 19, 1920.
Cause of death influenza and pneumonia. 
Witness: David McKinley
Witness: Jessie Legareau
Burial*29 February 1920Cobalt, Ontario, Canada 

Family

Jessie Legareau
Marriage*Jessie Legareau 

David McKinley

b. circa 1859
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*circa 1859Canada 

Elizabeth McKinley

b. circa 1867, d. 16 December 1899
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*circa 1867Canada 
Death*16 December 1899Brighton, Essex County, Vermont, Canada; "Lizzie McKinley Maroney, aged 32, born Canada, daughter of Moses and Annie McKinley, cause of death pneumonia" 
Witness: Moses McKinley

Elizabeth Florence McKinley

b. 22 January 1873, d. 11 February 1930
Last Edited6 Mar 2010
Birth*22 January 1873Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism7 April 1873Chalmers Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "daughter of Henry McKinley, farmer, Valcartier and Mary Anne McBain.." 
Married Name7 July 1897Goodfellow 
Marriage*7 July 1897William Goodfellow; Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "William Goodfellow of the parish of Valcartier, farmer, bachelor, aged 28 and Elizabeth Florence McKinley of the same place, spinster, aged 24, wre by the authority of license...witnessed by Thomas Goodfellow and Agnes McKinley." 
Burial*February 1930St. Andrew Presbyterian Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Death*11 February 1930Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Date from Gravestone. 

Family

William Goodfellow b. 19 Feb 1869, d. 2 Jul 1948
Marriage*7 July 1897William Goodfellow; Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "William Goodfellow of the parish of Valcartier, farmer, bachelor, aged 28 and Elizabeth Florence McKinley of the same place, spinster, aged 24, wre by the authority of license...witnessed by Thomas Goodfellow and Agnes McKinley." 
Child 1.William Henry Wilfred Goodfellow+ b. 10 Sep 1898, d. 1982

Ellen McKinley

b. 7 July 1862
Last Edited27 Apr 2014
Birth*7 July 1862Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism28 June 1863Church of Scotland, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were Andrew McKinley and Samuel Shanks. 
Married Name23 March 1881Farmer 
Marriage*23 March 1881John C. Farmer; Brighton, Essex County, Vermont, United States; States Ellen is the daughter of Moses McKinley and Ann Lanon and that this is her first marriage and she is 17 years old. 

Family

John C. Farmer
Marriage*23 March 1881John C. Farmer; Brighton, Essex County, Vermont, United States; States Ellen is the daughter of Moses McKinley and Ann Lanon and that this is her first marriage and she is 17 years old. 

Frances McKinley

b. 9 March 1876
Last Edited1 May 2014
Birth*9 March 1876Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism10 April 1877Church of England, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Married Name3 March 1903Mulligan 
Marriage*3 March 1903James A. Milligan; Berlin, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage record states Frances, is 25 years old and daughter of David McKinley and Catherine McLeod (?) James A. Milligan is 27 yrs., and son of Simon Milligan and Matilda Baylor. 

Family

James A. Milligan
Marriage*3 March 1903James A. Milligan; Berlin, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage record states Frances, is 25 years old and daughter of David McKinley and Catherine McLeod (?) James A. Milligan is 27 yrs., and son of Simon Milligan and Matilda Baylor. 

Henry McKinley

b. 5 November 1839, d. 25 January 1924
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*5 November 1839Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism17 December 1839Chalmers Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Parents listed as Andrew McKinley, farmer of Valcartier, and mother, Sarah. 
Marriage*circa 1865Mary Ann McBain 
(Witness) Death20 June 1892Arthur McKinley; Riviere aux Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Arthur McKinley, son of Henry McKinley, of Riviere aux Pins, died... and was buried in St. Andrew's Church Cemetery at Valcartier..."
Witnesses: Henry & Joseph McKinley 
(Witness) Death16 June 1909Mary Ann McBain; Riviere aux Pins, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Mary Ann McBain, wife of Henry McKinley, farmer, Riviere aux Pins died ....aged 62 years and was buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery of Valcartier..."
Signed by Henry & Oliver McKinley 
Death*25 January 1924Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Henry McKinley, of Riviere aux Pins, aged 84 years and two months, died at the house of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Goodfellow, 5th Concession, Valcartier...and was buried in St. Andrew's Church Cemetery at Valcartier..."
Witnesses: Mr. & Mrs. (daughter) William Goodfellow, Joseph & Trevor McKinley, sons. 
Burial*28 January 1924St. Andrew Presbyterian Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Family

Mary Ann McBain b. 8 Nov 1846, d. 16 Jun 1909
Marriage*circa 1865Mary Ann McBain 
Children 1.Andrew McKinley b. 19 Dec 1866, d. 17 Nov 1947
 2.Arthur McKinley b. 13 Dec 1868, d. 20 Jun 1892
 3.Oliver McKinley b. 16 Nov 1870
 4.Elizabeth Florence McKinley+ b. 22 Jan 1873, d. 11 Feb 1930
 5.John Joseph McKinley b. c 1875
 6.Henry Trevor McKinley b. 14 Aug 1877, d. 8 Oct 1954
 7.Agnes McKinley b. 12 May 1879, d. 19 Jul 1965
 8.May Mary Ann McKinley b. c 1882, d. 1974

Henry Trevor McKinley

b. 14 August 1877, d. 8 October 1954
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*14 August 1877Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism9 February 1878Chalmer's Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Marriage*8 April 1907Bertha Veronica Fleming; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Henry Trevor McKinley of the Parish of St. Gabriel...and Bertha Veronica Fleming of the Parish of St. Dunstan...by the authority of license..." Witnesses: Mary McKinley and Arthur McBain 
Death*8 October 1954Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Family

Bertha Veronica Fleming
Marriage*8 April 1907Bertha Veronica Fleming; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Henry Trevor McKinley of the Parish of St. Gabriel...and Bertha Veronica Fleming of the Parish of St. Dunstan...by the authority of license..." Witnesses: Mary McKinley and Arthur McBain 

John Joseph McKinley

b. 4 July 1879
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*4 July 1879Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism16 January 1889St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Marriage*25 November 1906Lillian Rose Firman; Berlin, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage record states John Joseph, is 27 years old and daughter of David McKinley and Catherine Billing. Lillian Rose Firman is30yrs., and daughter of Edward Firman and Mary Jane Kilbride. 

Family

Lillian Rose Firman
Marriage*25 November 1906Lillian Rose Firman; Berlin, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States; Marriage record states John Joseph, is 27 years old and daughter of David McKinley and Catherine Billing. Lillian Rose Firman is30yrs., and daughter of Edward Firman and Mary Jane Kilbride. 

John Joseph McKinley

b. circa 1875
Last Edited4 May 2014
Birth*circa 1875Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Marriage*4 September 1901Elizabeth Crawford; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Joseph McKinley...of Valcartier, farmer, bachelor, aged 25 years; and Elizabeth Crawford, of the same place, spinster, aged 22 years, were by license..." Witnesses were Mary McKinley and William Crawford. 

Family

Elizabeth Crawford b. 3 Jun 1882
Marriage*4 September 1901Elizabeth Crawford; Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Joseph McKinley...of Valcartier, farmer, bachelor, aged 25 years; and Elizabeth Crawford, of the same place, spinster, aged 22 years, were by license..." Witnesses were Mary McKinley and William Crawford.