Thursday, July 4, 2013

E. Arkland - Marriage Announcement

E. Arkland - Marriage Announcement - Appeared in Whitby Reporter, 7 Jun 1851, p. 2
Appeared in Whitby Reporter, 7 Jun 1851, p. 2
Source:
OurOntario.ca
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Married
Mr E. Arkland, of Oshawa
to Mary McGillivray, of Whitby
- June 7, 1851

QUOTE:
At the residence of the bride's Father, on Tuesday the 3d inst., by the Rev. J.C. Giekie, Mr E. Arkland, of Oshawa, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. John McGillivray, Farm, Whitby.

QUESTION: Would this be the son of the original settler, Edward Arkland?


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