Descendants of Richard McCONNELL & Mary Ann CROSBIE

This Descendant Journal contains all the descendants of Richard McCONNELL (1780-1871) and Mary Ann CROSBIE that I have been able to identify to-date. Although Richard was born on Ulster. Northern Irland his parents were from Scotland. In 1811 Richard Joined the 1st Regiment of 91st (Argyllshire Highlanders) Regiment of Foot and in 1812 he married Mary Ann Glasgow, Scotland They had at least four children all born in Glasgow.
Their son William McCONNELL (1821-1883) married Rachel CHAMBERS in Glasgow in 1840 and after the birth of the first son James in 1841 they set out for the New World, settleing in Tuckersmith Township, Huron County, Ontario where six more children were born to them. In 1852 they relocated to the newly opened Bruce County and settled on Lots 11 and 12, Concession 2 of Brant Township, just west of what is now the Town of Walkerton. William and Rachel's daughter Annie McCONNELL is the subject of the Pedigree Chart below.

To read this Descendant Journal go directly to the Table of Contents near the bottom of the page.

The 28th Rgiment at Quatra Bras Namur, Belgium. by Elizabeth Thompson
In June of 1815 Richard and the 91st Regiment fought with distinction at the cross roads at Quatre Bras,
where they helped hold off Napolean from splitting the Allied Army.

This Pedigree Chart is a portion of a larger chart encompassing all the known Ancestors of Patricia Janette CUTTER daughter of Peter CUTTER (GUTTER) and Jean BELL. She was born in Paisley, Ontario Patricia maried James Alfred "Alf" GALIVAN and they currently live in Port Elgin, Ontario.

is Patricia's first cousin and shares her Dutch Heritage. To see his family tree click on The VANDERPLAS Family Journal

Table of Contents

  Descendants of Richard McCONNELL
  Surname List
  Index of Names
  Sources (Bibliography)

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Please note: The majority of the data has been compiled from many different sources on the internet and the information is only as good as what has been input. Information is corroborated where possible.

Latest Revision May 17, 2022

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