Mary McKinnon

Initially I obtained some information in Don McKenzie’s “Over the Sea from Skye” – and I have been able to expand upon it – still needs to be verified

Angus and Mary McKenzie had a daughter, Mary (b. 1815 – 1888 Armidale Cottage, Picton NSW BDM 7739/1888 – 1), m. in Scotland in to 1833 Donald McKinnon ( – 1892 NSW BDM 7056/1892 – 1,   ). They also sailed on the William Nicol in 1837 to Australia. They seemed to have lived at Berkeley, Hearne / Heron Farm – Charcoal and then Spring Hill before moving to Montpellier at The Oaks Picton area about 1856.

It would appear that Donald’s parents were Hugh McKinnon and Kate McGillivary – and that his sister Flora was the first wife of Mary’s brother Alexander McKenzie Snr. Donald appears to have passed away at the Leichardt home of his daughter Flora Inglis nee McKinnon, wife of the late aurctioneer William Inglis.

  • Catherine b. 1834  d. 1852 Spring Hill
  • Hugh McKinnon b. 1836  d. 1915  m. 1864 at Picton –1, to Susannah Sis Blanche Gaudrey (1840 – 1919)
    • George Robert McKinnon (1865 – 1910)
    • Lucy Leonora McKinnon (1867 – 1907)
    • Donald Hubert McKinnon (1868 – 1921)
    • Mary Florence Margaret McKinnon (1869 – 1899)
    • Alexander Joseph McKinnon (1871 – 1942)
    • William McKinnon (1872 – 1872)
    • Blanche Eveline Maud McKinnon (1874 – 1953)
    • Hugh Archibald McKinnon (1875 – 1904)
    • Frederick William McKinnon (1875 – 1955)
    • Kate Elizabeth McKinnon (1876 – 1914)
    • Harold Arthur McKinnon (1880 – 1965)
    • John Wallace B McKinnon (1881 – 1882)
    • Annie Laurie McKinnon (1883 – 1917)
  • Flora McKinnon b. 1840 Berkeley d. 1914 –1, 2, m. 1858 William Inglis (1832 – 1896), an auctioneer of Leichardt – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, – moved the business into horse auctioneering – long associated with Newmarket Stables
    • John Thomas Inglis b. 1859 d. 1914 – 1, 23, married to Australia Renwick (1860 – 1921)
      • John Gordon Inglis b. 1885 d. 1924
      • Dr William Keith Inglis b. 1880 d.1960 – served with the Australian Army Medical Corps in WW1 – 1,
      • Arthur Reginald Inglis b. 1890 d. 1957 – 1,
      • Robert Clive Inglis b. 1894 d. 1968 – served in the Field Artillery Brigade in WW1 – 1,
      • Flora Mabel Inglis b. 1897 d. 1972
    • Marion Inglis b. 1861 d. 1916
    • Catherine Inglis b. 1863 d. 1930
    • William Inglis b. 1864 d. 1935
    • Donald Charles Inglis b. 1866 d. 1909
    • Robert Albert Inglis b. 1868 d. 1920
    • Alexander Inglis b. 1870
    • Florence Lilian Inglis b. 1873 d. 1946
    • George Ross Inglis b.1875 d.1923
    • Percey Sydney Inglis b1877 – d1935
    • Arthur Annesley Inglis b.1879 – d.1942
    • Herbert L Stanley Inglis b. 1882 – d. 1948
  • Angus McKinnon b. 1841 Charcoal d. 1913  m. at Montpellier to 1868 Winfred Cusack (1842 – 1892 – 1, 2, 3, )  and then in 1895 –1,  in Smythesdale to  Mary Williamson (1868 – 1924). Angus lived in Junee for a number of years – 1,
    • Mary McKinnon b. 1869 d. 1936
    • Annie Jessie McKinnon b. 1871 d. 1933
    • John Donald McKinnon b. 1875 d.1944
    • Charles Angus McKinnon b. 1877 d. 1929
    • Florence Maud McKinnon b.1880 d. 1944
    • William Gordon McKinnon b. 1884 d. 1944
    • Alan Hugh McKinnon b. 1904 Junee d. 1928
  • Donald J McKinnon (b. 1844 – d.1919 The Oaks – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ) married at Scots Church (Sydney ?) in 1872 – 1 –  to Mary Gaudrey ( – 1876 Picton – 1, 2, ) , – then married to Annie ( – 1938 Picton – 1, )
    • Arthur Albert McKinnon b. 1873 Picton
    • Donald Charles McKinnon b. 1876 Picton
    • Stanley McKinnon married Annie Clarke
    • C/Katherine Kate May McKinnon b. 1883 Picton
    • Allan Leslie McKinnon b. 1885 Picton
    • Mary McKinnon b. 1888 Picton
    • Flora Mabel McKinnon b. 1891 Picton  married in 1919 – 1, 2,  to  CW North of Taralga
    • Annie McKinnon b. 1897 Picton
  • John McKinnon  b. 1845 Charcoal – d. 1846 Charcoal
  • Mary McKinnon b. 1847 Charcoal – d. 1847 Charcoal
  • Charles McKinnon b. 1848 Berkeley d. 1924 Junee married Alice Mary Hughes b. 1851 d. 1953
    • Elsie McKinnon b. 1882 Wagga Wagga d. 1884 Wagga Wagga
    • Charles Hughes McKinnon b. 1883 Sydney d. 1956
    • Donald Augus (Angus?) McKinnon b. 1885 Loftus d. 1955
    • Mary McKinnon b.1887 Junee d. 1971
    • Florence McKinnon b. 1889 Junee d. 1933
    • Walter Harold McKinnon b.1891 Junee d. 1951
  • Mary McKinnon b. 1850 Charcoal d. 1933 –1, 2, 3, married in 1872 – 1, at The Oaks to  Robert How Inglis b. 1839 Craigend d. 1904 – 1, 2, 3, Robert was the third and youngest son of Mr. Thomas Inglis, “Craigend,” native of Dalkeith, Edinburgh, who came to N.S.W. in 1829, as manager of the Australian Mercantile Company
    • Fanny Inglis b. 1873 Picton
    • Clara T Inglis b. 1875 Picton
    • Flora May Inglis b. 1877 Picton
    • Mary How Inglis b. 1879 Picton
    • Australia Inglis b. 1881 Picton
    • Annie V. Inglis b. 1883 Picton
    • William H Inglis b.1885 Picton
    • Elsie B Inglis b. 1889 Picton
    • Kate Inglis b. 1887 Picton
    • Robert E Inglis b.1889 Picton
    • Thomas Leslie Inglis b. 1892 Picton
  • John McKinnon b. 1852 Spring Hill – d. 1852 Spring Hill
  • Catherine Kate McKinnon b. 1853 Spring Hill d. 1893 – married in 1886 in Glebe to  Lachlan Nicolson. He remarried in 1897 following Kate’s death to Ellen J. Trenery/Tremorry.
    • Florence Nicolson b. 1886 Picton
    • Marion V Nicolson b. 1887
    • Lachlan Nicolson b.1889
    • William Angus Nicolson b. 1899 – served in WW1 in the 14th Light Horse
    • Rita S Nicolson b. 1901
    • Frederick M Nicolson b. 1902
  • Annie McKinnon b. 1856 Montpelliar The Oaks d. 1894 – married Samuel Pentleton Stewart b. 1856 d. 1936 – 12, . Samuel was a Free Presbyterian Minister
    • Dr James Stewart b. 1889 d. 1961 – served in WW1 as a Medical Officer in WW1
    • Mary Stewart b.1890 d. 1924
    • Samuel Pentleton (Pendleton) Stewart b. 1892 d.1916 – Service No. 895 – served in the ANMEF to New Guinea in 1914 where he was invalided home with malaria. Later he seems to have tried to re-enlist three times in the AIF, was finally accepted,  and due to go into camp, but became ill and died of service – related illness (Malaria) in Wagga Wagga  Hospital in 1916. He is included on the AWM Roll of Honour – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1011, – and is commemorated at Panel 188 at the Australian War Memorial.
    • Annie Richmond Stewart b. 1895 d. 1895
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