|About Frank Mackinnon & Carmen Macleod Family of P.E.I.
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Hello from P.E.I. - hope you're one of our cousins? Write me a note [firstname.lastname@example.org] if you want to add to our family tree, or just say "Hello". Pictures are always welcome as well as corrections- any mistakes you find are mine. I have more generations to add and when completed the Island family trees will be found on www.islandregister.com By accessing the site and using the files, you agree not to use the information for any commercial purposes, including pay-to-view ancestry forums. You should be able to print your family tree by clicking on the[Printable] button. MacKinnon is the usual spelling of our family's name, but all the records I have found from Grampie John Donald Mckinnon's generation[and preceding generations]have used the Mckinnon spelling. Therefore I have used "Mc" for our family & "Mackinnon" for people who aren't relations. MacLeod & MacLean families have always used "Mac". I have tried to include neighbours from Victoria West, Springhill & Mount Pleasant as well as family members; mainly to figure family connections. Just wish I started this a few decades earlier- have fun with it & as my Dad, Frankie Mckinnon would say "Behave yourself". Carol Mckinnon Family Sources: 1]- I wish to thank the Great Fount of Lot 13 - Carmen Macleod Mckinnon. Mum remembers most of the genealogy of Prince County & we're very blessed to have her with us- she'll be 84 on 2014-10-24! 2]- Alice Moreshead Enman Grant wrote a brief history of the Enmans of Springhill & Victoria West, with additions from Murdock Enman. I have relied on Alice's information for the Enman history, plus what I could remember of Great-uncle Dave Enman's stories.[Some not fit to print.] 3]- Thanks to all the Victoria West cousins, particularly Annie Macleod Craig, Helen Macleod Murray, Priscilla Macleod Myers, Verna Ellands Macleod, & Jennie Macwilliams Macleod for the fantastic James Macleod/Harriet Macdougall family reunion in 1987. 4]- I also would like to remember Aunt Gladys Mckinnon Dyment and Reby Mckinnon Milligan for their stories of growing up in West Prince. I also consulted Richard Mckinnon's Westisle history paper for Mckinnon family history. 5]- Horace Douglas Evans has left us with his book of reminiscences and his daughter Carol Ruth Evans keeps in touch with the world-wide Evans family. 6]- Derwyn Grant Evans continues to add to N.B. Grant Connections. 7]- Donna Phillips has contributed her data for the history of Neil Macarthur. Thank you to all.