ROBERTSON

Parents

John ROBERTSON {M} = Margaret (Maggie) Nicol NESS {F}

Married 23 March 1854, Montreal, Québec, Canada1

John

Born 9 Jan 1826, Châteauguay, Québec, Canada
Died 2 Sep 1870, Howick, Co of Châteauguay, Quebec, Canada2
Buried 1870, Georgetown Protestant Cemetery, Howick, Quebec3
Burial: Georgetown Protestant Cemetery, Howick, Quebec Plot:OG07-04

Margaret (Maggie) Nicol

Alias Margaret ROBERTSON (BEF 1875)
Alias Margaret STEWART (1875)
Born 29 Dec 1836, Cathcart, Renfrew, Scotland
Christened 28 Jan 1837, Cathcart,Renfrew,Scotland
Died 15 Aug 1911, Howick, Co of Châteauguay, Quebec, Canada4
Buried 17 Aug 1911, Georgetown Cemetery, Georgetown,Quebec, C5

Ness, Margaret Nicol
Ness, Margaret Nicol

Children

Janet T. (Jesse) {F}

Born 31 Jan 1855, Saint-Chrysostome, Monteregie Region, Quebec, Canada
Died 23 Aug 1909, Huntingdon, Monteregie Region, Quebec, Canada
Buried Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery, Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada6
Burial: Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery, Huntingdon, Monteregie Region, Quebec, Canada, PLOT Section 4, Lot 11, Grave 1S2

Spouse: Parlan Macfarlane b:22 Dec 1852 d:8 Apr 1913, Quebec, Canada buried: Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery, Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada

Robert {M}

Born 6 January 1857, Howick, Le Haut-Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada
Died 30 June 1940, Amherst, Cumberland, Nova Scotia, Canada7
Buried 3 July 1940, Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada
after running the Robertson farm in Howick for years, he eventually moved to Nova Scotia where he was a fox rancher. He was widowed when he passed away in 1940

Margaret Craig {F}

Born 4 April 1859, Quebec, Canada
Died 11 March 1951, Howick, Quebec, Canada8
Buried Riverfield Cemetery, Québec, Canada9
Married John Currie (a farmer) and stayed in the Howick Region of Quebec.

David James {M} = Isabella Ann KERR {F} > Family

Married 23 March 1897, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

David James

Born 16 June 1861, Chateauguay, Monteregie Region, Quebec, Canada10
Christened 10 July 1861, Gerogetown, Quebec, Canada11
Died 14 May 1955, Warm Springs, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States12
Buried 19 May 1955, Nelson Memorial Park, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada,13
Burial: Nelson Memorial Park, Nelson, Central Kootenay Regional District, British Columbia, Canada, PLOT CLAN, Row C, Plot 025, Div 1

ventured to Nelson, British Columbia--his descendant Barbar a Ehrenreich has been a successful provocative author

Isabella Ann

Alias Isabella Ann ROBERTSON
Born 18 June 1868, Riverfield, Quebec, Canada14
Christened 31 August 1868, Gerogetown, Quebec, Canada15
Died 8 July 1951, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada16
Buried Nelson Memorial Park, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada17
Burial: Nelson Memorial Park, Nelson, Central Kootenay Regional District, British Columbia, Canada, PLOT CLAN, Row C, Plot 024, Div 1

Jane Watt (Jennie) {F} = Richard Orion HOPKINSON {M} > Family

Married 25 Jun 1891, Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Québec, Canada18

Jane Watt (Jennie)

Alias Jane Watt (Jennie) HOPKINSON (25 Jun 1891)
Born 5 Nov 1863, English River, Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada19
Christened 8 Dec 1863
Died 17 Sep 1939, Waterville, Compton County, Quebec, Canada
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada20
married Richard Orion Hopkinson 25 June 1891 in Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Québec and lived in the region of Waterville, Quebec
one child, Vera Gale Hopkinson

Richard Orion

Alias ROBERTSON (25 Jun 1891)
Born 20 Mar 1862, Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke County, Quebec, Canada
Died 31 Jan 1945, Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke County, Quebec, Canada
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada21

John {M}

Born 9 Dec 1866, Howick, Québec, Canada
Died 15 Jan 1939, Ponca City, Oklahoma, USA22
Buried National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, USA23
01-15-1939 Col. John Robertson, son of the late John Robertson and Margaret Ness of Howick Québec, died at Ponca City, Oklahoma. A military service was held and burial to place with a full military honors in National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Col. Robertson was born at Howick Québec, he graduated from McGill University as a veterinary surgeon and later joined the American army. He served in the Spanish-American war, served in Cuba, the Philippines, the Mexican border, and France during the world war. He is survived by two brothers, four sisters, and a sister-in-law, Robert Robertson of Amherst NS, David Robertson of Nelson BC, Mrs. John Currie and Mrs. Sidney Stewart of Howick Québec, Mrs. R. O. Hopkins of Waterville Québec, Mrs. H. E. Beatty of Montreal and Mrs. W.A.T. Robertson of Ponca City Oklahoma, the late Mrs. Parlan Macfarlane of Huntingdon was also a sister.
Gleaner extracts 1939

William Alexander Thomson (Alexander) {M}

Born 9 Jan 1869, Howick, Quebec, Canada
Died 26 Oct 1935, Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma,USA24
Buried Odd fellows Cemetery, Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma, USA25
Spouse: Lillian B. Bemis b:22 Nov 1880 d:30 Aug 1949 Burial Odd fellows Cemetery, Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma, USA Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41480205/lillian-b.-robertson

Family

two other daughters
Mrs. Parlan MacFarlane d: bef brother John 1939
Mrs. Sydney Stewart of Howick, Quebec

Sources

1 : "Drouin Collection (1621-1968)"; Primary evidence

2 : "Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951"
09-02-1870 John Robertson, died in his residence, Howick, South Georgtown, Aged 44 years.

3 :
Buried: Georgetown Cemetery,Howick, Chateauguay, Quebec
Plot OG07-04
http://sites.rootsweb.com/~qcchatea/cemeteries/georgetown/py.htm#r

3a:
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/104632571

3b: "Robertson, John - Ness, Margaret gravestone"; Primary evidence

4 : "Stewart, William family bible Deaths"

4a: "Southwestern Quebec Genealogical Resources"; Primary evidence

5 :
Buried: Georgetown Cemetery,Howick, Chateauguay, Quebec
Plot OG07-04
http://sites.rootsweb.com/~qcchatea/cemeteries/georgetown/py.htm#r

5a:
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/104632572/margaret-robertson

5b: "Robertson, John - Ness, Margaret gravestone"; Primary evidence
Burial Plot:OG07-04

6 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/131329905/jesse-t-macfarlane

7 : "Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics"
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=187-527&Event=death&ID=279586

8 : "Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951"
03-11-1951 Margaret Robertson, wife of the late John Currie, died at the home of Mr. Sidney Stewart where she had been living for the past number of years. Funeral services were held from the Riverfield Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, March 13. age 92 years. Interment at Riverview Québec.
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~qchuntin/gleaner/1951a.htm

9 :
H0-46 Margaret Robertson
Wife of John W. Currie (H0-44).
http://sites.rootsweb.com/~qcchatea/cemeteries/riverfield/CURRIE.htm#H0-46

9a:
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141231992/margaret-craig-currie

10 : "Drouin Collection (1621-1968)"; Primary evidence

11 : "Drouin Collection (1621-1968)"

12 : ; Primary evidence
"Montana, County Births and Deaths, 1840-2004," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-LB2X-9SK?cc=1930397&wc=Q678-S88%3A227326601%2C227546601 : 20 October 2015), Deer Lodge > Death certificates 1950-1956 no 14467-16958 > image 1876 of 2514; citing various county recorder offices.

13 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/92088371/david-james-robertson

14 : "Drouin Collection (1621-1968)"; Primary evidence

15 : "Drouin Collection (1621-1968)"; Primary evidence

16 : "Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951"
07-08-1951 Isabella Ann Kerr, beloved wife of D.J. Robertson, died at her home in Nelson BC, in her 84th year. She was the last surviving member of the family of the late Mrs. T. C. Baskin.

16a: "British Columbia Archives Genealogy Search"
BC death reg # 1951-09-006933

17 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/92088447/isabella-ann-robertson

18 : "Southwestern Quebec Genealogical Resources"; Primary evidence

19 : "Southwestern Quebec Genealogical Resources"; Primary evidence

20 : "Findagrave.com"; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/45039287/jane-watt-hopkinson

21 : "Findagrave.com"; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/45039201/richard-orion-hopkinson

22 : "Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951"
01-15-1939 Col. John Robertson, son of the late John Robertson and Margaret Ness of Howick Québec, died at Ponca City, Oklahoma. A military service was held and burial to place with a full military honors in National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Col. Robertson was born at Howick Québec, he graduated from McGill University as a veterinary surgeon and later joined the American army. He served in the Spanish-American war, served in Cuba, the Philippines, the Mexican border, and France during the world war. He is survived by two brothers, four sisters, and a sister-in-law, Robert Robertson of Amherst NS, David Robertson of Nelson BC, Mrs. John Currie and Mrs. Sidney Stewart of Howick Québec, Mrs. R. O. Hopkins of Waterville Québec, Mrs. H. E. Beatty of Montreal and Mrs. W.A.T. Robertson of Ponca City Oklahoma, the late Mrs. Parlan Macfarlane of Huntingdon was also a sister.
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~qchuntin/gleaner/1939.htm

22a: ; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133906016/john-robertson

23 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133906016/john-robertson

PLOT Section A-Off, site 2

24 : "Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951"
10-26-1935 Alexander T. Robertson, M.D., died at his home in Ponca City, Oklahoma, age 67 years. Formerly of Tullochgorum PQ. Funeral services were held at the family home, 202 North Sixth Street Ponca, conducted by Rev. Samuel Meyer, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Dr. Robertson was born at Tullochgorum, Howick PQ, the son of the late John Robertson and grandson of the late Robert Ness Sr.. He was a graduate of Huntingdon academy and of McGill University. Surviving are his widow, formerly Ness Lillian Beamis of Milwaukee, two daughters, four sisters, Mrs. John Currie of Riverfield, Mrs. R. O. Hopkinson of Waterville PQ, Mrs. H. E. Beatty of Montreal, and Mrs. Sidney Stewart of Howick. Three brothers, Robert Robertson of Amherst Nova Scotia, David Robertson of Nelson British Columbia, and Col. John Robertson of Ponca City, Oklahoma. The late Mrs. Parlan MacFarlane of Huntingdon was also a sister.

24a: ; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41480229

25 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41480229/w_-a_t_-robertson