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Posted by: Catherine Dickie Posted on: 23. Jan 2005 at 22:52
Dear Glen,
Murdock Alexander McLeod.b/c/1857-12 July 1941,h/w Marion MacDonald,b.17 May 1861-09 April 1945,he s/o John & Jane b/River John.died at Springhill,she d/o Hugh & Christine(Sutherland) died at New Glasgow.b/Balmoral Mills ;had a daughter,Jane Alice MacLeod,b/ca/1889-13 Nov.1973 she died at Truro.Buried in Springhill Hillside Cemetery.this all comes from a book by the Springhill Historical Society,called the Moss Diary,
All I have for now,Catherine Dickie.
Posted by: G_Matheson - Ex Member Posted on: 31. Jul 2003 at 02:32
Murdoch MacLeod of River John married Marion MacDonald of Balmoral Mills, Colchester, in 1886.  They settled in Springhill.   I believe Mrs. MacLeod died in New Glasgow in the 1940's.  Did the family remain in Springhill or move to other parts?

Glen