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51 Died at the age of 9 years. Gillis, Margaret Jane (I145)
 
52 Died at the age of 98 Beaton, Donald (I330)
 
53 Died New Years Eve of a heart attack. Scott, Earl Everett Jr (I73)
 
54 Died young Gillis, John Alex (I308)
 
55 Elizabeth M. Scott

TILTON ? Elizabeth May Scott, 78, formerly of Dearborn Road in Northfield died Friday, June 18, 2004, at the Merrimack County Nursing Home in Boscawen after a period of failing health.

She was born in Concord, July 22, 1925, the daughter of Emerson and Alice (Keaton) Hoar. She lived in the Tilton-Northfield area for severalyears and resided in Summerfield, Fla., following her husband's retirement.

For many years she was employed as an inspector and assembler at Freudenberg NOK in Tilton. She was an avid bingo player and enjoyed reading, playing cards and traveling with her husband to country fairs.

She was predeceased by her husband, Earl E. Scott Jr. who died on Jan.1, 1992.

Survivors include two sons, Dennis E. Scott of Turners Falls, Mass., and Alan E. Scott of Tilton; three daughters, Nancy Denaris of Tilton,Cheryl Gearin of New Ipswich and Patti McKinney of Lincoln; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Patricia Minuitti of Concord; several nieces and nephews.

There are no public calling hours. A private funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will follow in Park Cemetery.

The William F. Smart Sr. Memorial Home of Tilton is assisting the family with arrangements.

Expressions of Sympathy may be made to the Merrimack County Nursing Home Activities Fund at 325 DW Highway, Boscawen, NH 03303. 
Hoar, Elizabeth May (I72)
 
56 Father of Anne and Gillies MacBain MacBain, unknown (I431)
 
57 Fiddler Macfarlane, John Alex (I440)
 
58 First appearance of John T Hayes family in a census. Source (S38)
 
59 First wife of Michael MacNeil Beaton, Ann (I396)
 
60 Frank Miller
SSN: 004-46-2840
Last Residence: 04605 Ellsworth, Hancock, Maine, United States of America
Born: 14 Mar 1904
Died: Dec 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Maine (1962 ) 
Miller, Frank (I470)
 
61 Funeral / wake at the D.W. Grannan & Son Funeral Home 378 Mass Ave Arlington, Ma Tuesday morning at 8am. Funeral Mass in St Agnes Church at 9am . Visiting hours were Mon 2-4 and 7-9. Retired teacher from Hosmer School Watertown, MA.

Margaret died on Sat 27th of July and buried on Tues the 30th of July 1985.


SS Death Index
Birth Date: 2 Jul 1904
Death Date: Jul 1985
Social Security Number: 013-36-5305
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Massachusetts
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 02174
Localities: Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts
E Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts
East Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts 
Gearin, Margaret M (I378)
 
62 GEARIN - Edward F., 67, died Oct. 3, 1998. TOWN & COUNTRY FUNERAL HOME, 7242 Normandy Blvd.

Name: EDWARD F GEARIN
Address: 7541 LEROY DR
City: JACKSONVILLE
State: FL
Zipcode: 32244
Phone: (904) 771-9351

Buried at:

Name: Edward F Jr Gearin
Service Info.: FTM1 US NAVY KOREA, VIETNAM
Birth Date: 24 Jul 1931
Death Date: 3 Oct 1998
Cemetery: Riverside Memorial Park
Cemetery Address: 7242 Normandy Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32205 
Gearin, Edward F (I11)
 
63 GERTRUDE NELLIGAN, 90 ACTIVE IN PARISH Boston Globe, The (MA) September 2, 2001

WATERTOWN - Gertrude (Rayne) Nelligan, 90, a lifelong resident of Watertown, died Aug. 27 at her home. A 1928 graduate of Saint Patrick High School in Watertown, Mrs. Nelligan worked as a bookkeeper for Joyce Brothers in Boston after high school. Prior to her retirement, she worked for many years at the Hood Rubber/B. F. Goodrich Co. in Watertown. She later worked as a cafeteria worker for the Watertown Middle School. A lifelong member of St. Patrick's Church, she was active in school and parish activities. She was a former member of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality and of the arts and crafts committee for the parish bazaar. She leaves her daughters, Frances G. Nelligan of Watertown, Audrey P. MacDonald of Burlington, and Alice M. DuBois of Watertown; a son, Charles L. of Billerica; a brother, Robert L. Rayne of Waltham; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was the wife of the late Francis B. Nelligan. A funeral Mass was celebrated Friday at St. Patrick's Church. Burial was in the family lot in the parish cemetery. Arrangements were made by the MacDonald, Rockwell & MacDonald Funeral Home of Watertown. Memo: GLOBE WEST 1 / OBITUARIES Edition: THIRD Section: Globe West Page: 9 Copyright (c) 2001 Globe Newspaper Company Record Number: 0108310449 
Rayne,, GERTRUDE (I380)
 
64 GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 42.4783, Longitude: -71.2556
http://www.findagrave.com/ 
Gearin, William J (I12)
 
65 He (Bill) met Margaret Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Murphy of Woburn, in the financial section of Boston where she worked for the New England Telephone Co.

http://www.saintcharleschurch.net/ 
Family F200
 
66 He (Domhnull Ban Onorach) was the son of Donald, son of John, son of Donald, son of Alasdair Rianaich of the Bohuntin or Sliochd an Taighe Mac Donalds.

He married Isabel Beaton, Daughter of Finlay, son of Alexander Beaton of Skye (Scotland).

He Lived in Lochaber, Scotland, but in 1805 migrated to Canada and took up land on the South West River of Mabou, where, after overcoming successfully the pioneer problems so characteristic of his age, he died at an advanced age and is buried in St Peters Cemetary, Port Hood, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
MacDonald, Donald (I162)
 
67 He had 4 daughters. Isabel married into the MacDonald family. Beaton, Finlay (I236)
 
68 He was a captain in the Mackintosh Regiment at Culloden killed 14 Hanovarian soldiers before being cut down by the cavalry. He was an unusually tall man, of 6'7". An opening was discovered in a wall and Gillies stepped in and filled the breach. He then killed the Hanovarians (Dragoons), before being killed himself.


Link is a pic of the battle with Gillies as the central figure.
http://www.electricscotland.com/history/culloden/culloden.jpg

Lord Byron wrote:

GILLIES MACBAlN
"The clouds may pour down on Culloden's red plain,
But their waters shall flow o'er its crimson in vain,
For their drops shall seem few to the tears for the slain,
But mine are for thee, my brave Gillies MacBain!
"Though thy cause was the cause of the injured and brave;
Though thy death was the hero's and glorious thy grave,
My sad heart bleeds o're thee, my Gillies MacBain!
"How the horse and the horseman thy single hand slew!
But what could the mightiest single arm do?
A hundred like thee might the battle regain;
But cold are thy hand and heart, Gillies MacBain!
"With thy back to the wall and thy breast to the targe,
Full flashed thy claymore in the face of their charge:
The blood of their boldest that barren turf stain,
But, Alas! Thine is reddest thee, Gillies MacBain!
"Hewn down, but still battling, thou sunk'st on the ground -
Thy plaid was one gore, and thy breast was one wound;
Thirteen of thy foes by thy right hand lay slain
Oh! Would they were thousands for Gillies MacBain!
"Oh! Loud and long heard shall thy coronach be,
And high o'er the heather thy cairn we shall see;
And deep in all bosoms thy name shall remain
But deepest in mine, dearest Gillies MacBain!
"And daily the eyes of thy brave boy before
Shall thy plaid be unfolded, unsheathed the claymore;
And the white rose shall bloom on his bonnet again
Should he prove the true son of my Gillies MacBain!" 
MacBain, Major / Captain Gillies (I432)
 
69 He was a composer, of celtic music, poet and teacher. He was a Gaelic poet in that resided with his family at SouthWest Margaree Cape Breton Nova Scotia. He was known as The Bard of Margaree for his many musical compositions and poems. Malcolm was born at SouthWest Margaree, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died on the farm on which he was born in his 73rd year. He fathered 17 children and was married twice. He is buried in South West Margaree St Joseph's Cemetery. In 1978 a cairn was erected at the foot of the Gillis family farm paying tribute to his life. Two Canadian musical artists are currently performing two of his most famous compositions. They are Nighean Donn A'Chuil Reidh (Brown Haired Maiden of The Smooth Tresses) and Bal Na H-Aibhne Deas (Ball at Southwest Margaree). He was proficient playing the bagpipes, piano/organ, but is most noted for his playing of the violin. Two silver cups awarded to him from a fiddle contest in the United States and is a testament to his playing ability. Alexander MacLaren & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland published a book of his work ‘Smeorach Nan Cnoc's Nan Gleann' in 1939. A new book ‘The Songster of the Hills and the Glens' was published in 2004 that contains additional works and family history not included in the original 1939 book. In 1978 on a BBC broadcast program of Cape Breton Culture, Professor Norman MacDonald of Celtic Studies at the University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Nova Scotia noted that, "Gillis deserves wider recognition as by far the best nature poet writing anywhere in Gaelic between 1830 and 1930."

SLGG

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Malcolm Gillis - Obituary "The Casket" (Antigonish, Nova Scotia) 10 October, 1929. September 23, 1929 Gillis - Sad was the news spread around the morning of Sept. 23, 1929, that Malcolm H. Gillis, Upper Margaree, was dying. Father Chisholm was soon at his bedside, administered the last rites of the Church, and he died a few hours later in his 73rd year. He had a light attack of paralysis a year ago, from the effects of which he never completely recovered. Mr. Gillis began teaching school when quite young, and followed it up, though not continuously, for some forty years, when he was put on the pension list. At the same time he had charge of the homestead, which he managed skillfully, making considerable improvements thereon until failing health obliged him to retire from active work. He ranked high as a musician, his performances on the violin being exceptionally good, often winning prizes at competitions all over the country. He-was church organist for many years, often making great sacrifices in order to teach sacred music to young people in the parish. He composed many songs of considerable merit, in both English and Gaelic. He immortalized his native district in "Cnoic us Glinn a Bhraighe", a song that is very popular wherever the Gaelic language is spoken. Many a gathering he enlivened and cheered with music and song, and his company was always sought after. He was hardly ever heard uttering a cross or an offensive word, and he made hosts of friends wherever he moved. He was twice married, first to Mary McFarlane, issue one daughter Catherine, Mrs. John Dan Gillis, Upper Margaree. His second wife, who survives him, is Margaret McFarlane, issue 17 children, two of whom died in infancy. Minnie and Dougald died of the "flu"; John Joe of pneumonia; and the following are living: Mrs. John Alex McFarlane, Upper Margaree; Mrs. William Cocker, Framingham; Mrs. AJ. MacIntyre, Boston; Hugh, in New Bedford, Mass.; Alex, in Boston; Annie, Agnes, James, Malcolm, Ambrose, John A, and Angus B. at home (the last two arriving from Boston and New York one day late for the funeral). One brother Angus in Allston, Mass.; and one sister, Maggie, at home also survive. The funeral cortege was a large one, many people coming from far and near to pay their last respect to their departed friend. The mournful strains of the piobmhor (Great Highland Pipes) on the shoulders of Allan MacFarlane reverberated among the hills that he loved so dearly, as the procession wended its way from his home to the church. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. R.H. MacDougall, Margaree Forks, while in the sanctuary were seated Father Chisholm, Pastor, and Father MacKeough, Tracadie, while Father Cormier, Margaree, ably assisted the choir. Father Dougald McEachern, Arisaig, was obliged to return home the day before. The death of Malcolm Gillis has left his friends the poorer, and his place is hard to fill. May his soul rest in peace. 
Gillis, Malcolm Hugh (I60)
 
70 He was a violin player. Died at 15 yrs during the influenza pandemic of 1918- 1919. Gillis, John Joseph (I88)
 
71 He was a violin player. Died during the influenza pandemic of 1918- 1919. Gillis, Dougald c. (I87)
 
72 He was from the Bohuntin or "Sliochd an Taighe" MacDonalds

*Start of the MacDonalds of South West Mabou* 
MacDonald, Alasdair Rianaich (I252)
 
73 He was the son of Alexander of Skye and was the progenitor of the Beatons Of South West Mabou, the Beatons "Masons" and the Beatons of Mull River. John had a family of 3 sons and one daughter (Mary). Beaton, John (I257)
 
74 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gearin, H.M.G. (I74)
 
75 http://www.findagrave.com Miller, Doris Marie (I43)
 
76 Hugh was 5 years old in 1823 when he came to S.W Margaree Cape Breton,NS. He and his family came over from Morar Scotland in 1821 to NS.

1881 CENSUS
Birth Year <1818> Birthplace Scotland Age 63 Occupation Farmer Marital Status M Ethnic Origin Scottish Head of Household Hugh GILLIS Religion Catholic 
Gillis, Hugh Bridge (I58)
 
77 Hurley Margaret Arlington 1869 Volume 227 Page 109 Marriage
1900 census Gearin was spelled Gerarin
 
Hurley, Margaret (I446)
 
78 In this document family researcher Janette Fraser has included additional information and dates, based on her knowledge of the area of PEI - Tignish... Source (S37)
 
79 Incorrectly listed on many sites including the http://www.islandregister.com/nelligan1.html. Mary is listed under as a sibling to her 3rd cousins under parents John Nelligan and Margaret Ann Harper who are 2nd cousins 1x removed to her.

MARY JANE NELLIGAN, b. November 10, 1888, Tignish, P.E.I.

Confirmation of error was brought to my attention by Mary Shea granddaughter to Mary Jane Nelligan. A second confirmation by my aunt Gertrude Miller Burke confirmed to me that her grandparents John Nelligan and Margaret Ann Harper, who Mary Jane is incorrectly listed under as a child, did not have a child by that name, and she (Gertrude) did not have an aunt by that name either.
Mary Jane also in not listed under the obituary of (Gertrude's) aunt Mary Alma. John Nelligan and Margaret Ann Harper only had 3 daughters.

Alma Mary Foley, 83, Of Three Brooks

The Pictou Advocate, Wednesday, November 25, 1987 - Alma Mary Foley, 83, Three Brooks, formerly of Sydney, died Sunday, Nov. 22 in Sutherland Harris Memorial Hospital, Pictou. Born in Tignish, P.E.I., she was a daughter of the late John and Margaret (Harper) Nelligan. She was a member of Sacred Heart Church, Sydney. She is survived by a son, Andrew, Three Brooks; several grandchildren; great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Edward; a daughter, Joyce (Mrs Carmen Mario Pezzarello); three sisters, Mary, Viola, Patricia; six brothers, Bishop Charles Leo; William, Michael, Joseph, Francis, a brother in infancy. Funeral mass was held Tuesday, Nov. 24 in Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church, Pictou, Rev. Kyte Gillis officiating. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery, Sydney. 
Nelligan, Mary Jane (I563)
 
80 Industry: North Project
Class of worker: Wage or salary worker in Gov't work 
Gearin, Edward (I14)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F20
 
82 John Gillis, son of Peter, emigrated from Moidart, Scotland, and settled at the South West River of Mabou. He later moved to the Glencoe district of the County of Inverness. He married Anne Beaton, daughter of pioneer Angus Beaton of Little Judique and had a family of four sons and two daughters. Gillis, John (I282)
 
83 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F175
 
84 Katie Agnes, a 3 months old child of Malcolm H. Gillis died this morning of whooping-cough.
May 24, 1912 
Gillis, Katie Agnes (I93)
 
85 KELLY, Helen J. (Miller) Of Waltham, after a brief illness, Feb. 9, 2012. Beloved Wife of the late Alfred Kelly. Loving Mother of Karen Magni of Watertown and the late Deborah VanVoorhis. Cherished Grandmother of Daniel Magni and his wife Katherine of Framingham, and Kevin Magni and his wife Nicole of Waltham. Great-Grandmother of Bobby Magni. Dear Sister of Trudy Burke, Cynthia Robinson, both of North Carolina, Carol Miller of Waltham, George Miller of Wakefield and the late Audrey Lee and Doris Gearin. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Helen's name may be made to the charity of your choice . Visiting hours in the Andrew J. Magni & Son Funeral Home, 365 Watertown St, Rt. 16, Newton, Tuesday from 5-8PM and again on Wednesday morning at 9:30AM, before proceeding to St. Patrick Church, 212 Main St, Watertown for a Funeral Mass at 10:30AM. Interment in St. Patrick cemetery, Watertown. www.magnifuneralhome.com

Published in The Boston Globe from February 13 to February 14, 2012 
Miller, Helen Joyce (I18)
 
86 Known as Pioneer Angus Beaton of Little Judique.

Lived in Little Judique (A Pioneer) 
Beaton, Angus (I160)
 
87 Lauchlin Cameron was from Suinart, Scotland Cameron, Lauchlin (I24)
 
88 Lawrence GEARIN
Birth Date: 6 Sep 1934
Death Date: 6 May 1996
Social Security Number: 011-28-3341
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Massachusetts

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 03077
Localities: Raymond, Rockingham, New Hampshire 
Gearin, Lawrence John (I44)
 
89 Legally adoptive mother of Shawn. Grew up in Watertown Ma, and moved to Newburyport Ma after marrying Lawrence J. Gearin from Lexington, Ma and Hartford Conn. Funeral Mass held Monday, 7 Feb 1994, 10 AM at Saint Louis De Gonzague Church Newburyport, Ma. Father Kevin P. Horrigan. Arrangements by Elliot, Woodworth @ Rogers 35 Green St Newburyport, Ma. Miller, Doris Marie (I43)
 
90 Listed 1891 census age 42 Lot 1-B1 with daughter Mary age 3. Nelligan, James (I554)
 
91 Listed as Maggie on daughter Catherine's birth cert. Margaret Donovan (I459)
 
92 Lived 48 years, 2 months, 2 days MacNeil, John James (I96)
 
93 Lived at Isle of Skye Scotland.

*Start of Beaton family line from Skye*. 
Beaton, Donald (I263)
 
94 Lived in Port Hood, CB, NS

ANGUS4 GILLIS (HUGH3, ALEXANDER "ALASDAIR BAN"2, DUNCAN "DONNACHADH BAN"1 
Gillis, Angus (I52)
 
95 Lived in South West Mabou

Married Angus Gillis of Port Hood. She died at the age of 83 years. 
MacDonald, Mary (I51)
 
96 Lived in South West Mabou MacDonald, Archibald (I48)
 
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Coughlin, S. (I659)
 
98 Location of Priest Patrick H Riley is 121 Norfolk St Cambridge the site of St Mary's. No record found to confirm church name.
"Massachusetts, Marriages, 1841-1915," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org) 
Source (S42)
 
99 Location: 4224.412,N , 07108.152,W
Buried with husband William, daughter Margaret and son Walter. 
Hayes, Mary A (I443)
 
100 Location: 4224.412,N , 07108.152,W
Buried with wife Mary, daughter Margaret and son Walter. 
Gearin, William Joseph (I310)
 

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