McDougall, Allan

Birth Name McDougall, Allan
Gender male
Age at Death about 66 years, 10 months, 13 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth about 1800 Prince Edward Island, Canada    
Death November 14, 1866 Lot 16, Prince Edward Island dates from gravestone in Lot 16 at age 65  

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father McDougall, John1776after 1853
Mother McDougall, Annabout 1776April 11, 1853
         McDougall, Allan about 1800 November 14, 1866
    Sister     McDougall, Janet about 1805 October 1880
    Sister     McDougall, Elizabeth about 1806 November 15, 1895
    Sister     McDougall, Margaret 1810 January 29, 1880
    Brother     McDougall, John Richard 1810 1888
    Sister     McDougall, Catherine 1824 March 31, 1878

Families

    Family of McDougall, Allan and MacLean, Margaret Peggy
Married Wife MacLean, Margaret Peggy ( * about 1805 + January 27, 1870 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage February 16, 1833 St. Eleanors, Prince Edward Island by Rev. Wiggins; both of Lot 16  
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
McDougall, MarthaMay 1829May 25, 1908
McDougall, Jane Janet1835December 16, 1893
McDougall, IsaacJuly 2, 1836January 31, 1917
McDougall, Margaret1839November 14, 1867
McDougall, John A.18411865
McDougall, Ann18411880
McDougall, J. W. Alex1853

Narrative

NOT PROVEN that Allan belongs with this family.

Allan McDougall (B) and Mary McLean (S), both of Lot 16 were married in St. Eleanor's C of E in 1833. One of the witnesses looks like Townsend, and the other Wiggins.

From the History of Belmont:
"Lawrence Sullivan of Broom House, Parish of Falkam, England, the landlord of the whole of Lot 16, gave a 100 year lease of this farm to Allan MacDougald in 1843. In 1879 it was deeded to his son-in-law Thomas Birch who died in 1900 and it was then passed on to his only son Edward, who farmed it until he died in 1910. Edward had one daughter, Amy, and two sons Milford and Budd."

The Allan Mcdougald in the 1861 census (Lot 16) was a farmer with a household of 9, all Presbyterians. There was one male in the 45-60 category, which makes it just possible that this is his family.
1 male, 2 females 6-15
1 male, 2 females 16-21
1 male 21-45, 2 females
1 male 45-60

He was 12 years into his lease.

Allan died about 1866 at the age of 65. He didn't leave a will. Isaac McDougall, his mother Margaret and sisters Martha (and her husband Hector Mclean), Jane, Margaret and Ann signed an agreement about land in Lot 16 in 1866. No brothers of Isaac were mentioned. Land Conveyances, vol 87 pg 208-209

Margaret McLean died in 1870 at the age of 65, according to her gravestone, so this is likely her death notice:
"McDougall Mrs. Allan Summerside Journal 24 February 1870, page 3, col. 3 At Lot 16, on the 26th ult., after a long and painful illness, Margaret, widow of the late Mr. Allan McDougall, in the 66th year of her age"

Maps of Lot 16 show that the property held by Thomas Birch, and later Mrs. E. Birch, was directly across from the properties held by John McDougall.

 

 

 

Pedigree

  1. McDougall, John
    1. McDougall, Ann
      1. McDougall, Allan
        1. MacLean, Margaret Peggy
          1. McDougall, Martha
          2. McDougall, Jane Janet
          3. McDougall, Isaac
          4. McDougall, Margaret
          5. McDougall, John A.
          6. McDougall, Ann
          7. McDougall, J. W. Alex
      2. McDougall, Janet
      3. McDougall, Elizabeth
      4. McDougall, Margaret
      5. McDougall, John Richard
      6. McDougall, Catherine

Ancestors