Anderson, Jennie Jeanette

Birth Name Anderson, Jennie Jeanette
Gender female
Age at Death 91 years, 1 month, 20 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth February 26, 1831 Prince Edward Island, Canada 1834 in 1901 census
Death April 17, 1922 Prince Edward Island, Canada  


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Anderson, Robert
Mother Ramsay, Mary
    Sister     Anderson, Mary
    Brother     Anderson, Alexander
    Brother     Anderson, John
    Brother     Anderson, Hugh
    Brother     Anderson, Robert
    Sister     Anderson, Christianna Christy Anna
         Anderson, Jennie Jeanette
    Sister     Anderson, Margaret
    Brother     Anderson, James
    Brother     Anderson, David
    Brother     Anderson, George William


    Family of McKay, William and Anderson, Jennie Jeanette
Married Husband McKay, William
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage March 13, 1877 Prince Edward Island, Canada  


The History of Stanley Bridge says she married in 1877, but didn't give the name of her husband. She died in 1922. Jennie McKay was named in will of Robert Anderson.

William McKay fits as her husband -
Groom's Name William McKay
Groom's Residence Springfield
Groom's Status Widow/Widower
Bride's Name Janet Anderson
Bride's Residence Stanley
Bride's Status Spinster
Source RG19/s3/ss5: Marriage bonds, 1877

William McKay, who was born at Clifton, New Lon-don, on May 26, 1837, was there educated
and has followed farming throughout his life. He is a Presbyterian in religion, and
a Liberal in politics. To his first marriage were born three children, namely: Lemuel,
who died February 8, 1888; Charlotte, who died April 10, 1895, and the subject. On
March 13, 1877, he married Miss Jeanette Anderson, a daughter of Robert Anderson,
of Stanley. Past and Present of PEI

Janet Anderson died April 1922 at age 92, wife of William McKay.

Name Mrs. Wm. McKay
Age 91
Residence Springfield
Date of Death 17 April 1922
Entry Number 538
Source RG19/s2/ss6: Death registration books, 1922

Guardian Friday April 6, 1917
SUDDEN DEATH.— Mr. William McKay of Springfield, Lot 67, died suddenly on Sunday morning last. He was about 80 years of age, and had been, feeling unwell for some time past. He was widely known as a lead- ing farmer and leaves many relatives and friends to mourn the loss of a good cltizezn.


  1. Anderson, Robert
    1. Ramsay, Mary
      1. Anderson, Mary
      2. Anderson, Robert
      3. Anderson, Alexander
      4. Anderson, John
      5. Anderson, Hugh
      6. Anderson, Christianna Christy Anna
      7. Anderson, Jennie Jeanette
        1. McKay, William
      8. Anderson, Margaret
      9. Anderson, James
      10. Anderson, David
      11. Anderson, George William