Looking for my missing McNab’s…

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    ,christina
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    Hello, from yet another McNab! and best wishes to all in the very beautiful Killin area.

    I am keen to hear from anyone who may have any connection or information in about my relatives…

    John McNab m Janet Clark at Killin church Nov 30 1800. They had 9 children, Helen, Betty, Margaret, Alexander, John, Janet, William, Ann and her twin Isabella. All Christened in either Forteviot or Tibbermore, Perthshire. William married Isabella Sinclair, moved to Dundee, had a family and immigrated to Australia in 1852 aboard the ‘Flora’. I have a solid history of the subsequent McNab’s in Australia but not about what became of the other siblings and parents – John & Janet.

    Looking forward to any assistance…

    kind regards,

    Christina McNab (Australia)

    #37310
    ,jmgrgr
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    Could they have been part of the Alexander McNab’s 1822 flight to Canada? (See http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=38210&query=mcnab)

    Alexander McNab’s cousin Sir Allan Napier MacNab (http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=38687&query= Napier) was born in Canada in 1798.

    Another Canadian settlement of people from the Loch Tay/Loch Earn/Loch Katrine area was the Perth military Settlement made in 1815 at Breadalbane Township, Glengarry County, Ontario (see http://books.google.ca/books?id=uCzQEQsFhVYC).

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