Looking For Relatives Of Hamish And Lydia Mac Donald, They Lived At 1 West Road - a Memory of Woolston.

My daughter and I are doing a Family Tree.
We are looking for relatives of Hamish, Lydia MacDonald and son Alan Hamish MacDonald who also at times lived in Australia.
We are also looking for information on George MacDonald, my great-grandfather, a one time alderman who passed away while visiting my grandfather Gordon and my grandmother Helen Mabel in Brooklyn, N.Y. His service was held at St. Mary's Presbyterian Church and he was buried with my great grandmother Margaret.
My great-grandfather had daughters, Mrs. Macey, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Smith and at the time a Miss Isa MacDonald. He also had a brother , J. MacDonald.
I believe at one time my aunt Chris who worked for Cunard Lines lived at 1 W. Road also.
I am Alice Lee MacDonald Sadleir, a very ashamed 73 year old woman who as a youngster didn't
value the knowledge of who my ancestors are. I'm very sorry now.
I would appreciate anyone having knowledge of my family please contact me at lsadleir1@verizon.net.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, it is much appreciated.


A memory shared by lsadleir1 on Oct 27th, 2014.
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