Maggie Summers1

F, #41261, b. circa 1882
Father*George Summers1 b. c 1857
Mother*Ann Cay1 b. c 1860
Last Edited12 May 2020
     She was born circa 1882 at Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.1

Census Data

     Maggie Summers appeared on the1891 British Census of at Cruden, at Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in the household of her parents, George Summers and Annie Summers.1

Citations

  1. [S10858] George Summers household, April 5, 1891 U.K. Census, Edinburgh, Scotland, Cruden, Aberdeenshire; Page 29; Lines: 18 to 25, National Records of Scotland Roll: CSSCT1891_60.

Andrew Summers1

M, #41262, b. circa 1887
Father*George Summers1 b. c 1857
Mother*Ann Cay1 b. c 1860
Last Edited12 May 2020
     He was born circa 1887 at Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.1

Census Data

     Andrew Summers appeared on the1891 British Census of at Cruden, at Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in the household of his parents, George Summers and Annie Summers.1

Citations

  1. [S10858] George Summers household, April 5, 1891 U.K. Census, Edinburgh, Scotland, Cruden, Aberdeenshire; Page 29; Lines: 18 to 25, National Records of Scotland Roll: CSSCT1891_60.

Dan McLaughlin1

M, #41263, b. 13 December 1875
Father*(?) McLaughlin
Last Edited14 May 2020
     He was born on 13 December 1875 at Stormont County, Ontario, Canada.1
     Introductory Overview:
     Dan McLaughlin is not included in the Asquith and District Honour Roll for WWI.
Other comments:
     Dan was lving at Asquith when he enlisted in 1916. About 6 weeks later, he was discharged as unlikely to become an efficient soldier. I have been unable to locate his Ontario birth registration, but many births were not registred.1

Canadian Military Service - WWI

     Dan McLaughlin of Asquith began military service on 12 February 1916 at the age of 40 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, joining the 90th Battalion, Winnipeg Rifles. He was an unmarried laborer/lumberman who had once been a cook for the 58th Milita. He was described as being 5' 4" with a fair complexion, blue eyes and brown hair. He was assigned regimental number 186360.1 Pte. Dan McLaughlin ended his military service on 31 March 1916 being classified as "unlikely to become an efficient soldier." He was likely discharged in Winnipeg, although this is not noted in his service file..
End of Military Service section.2

Citations

  1. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, Soldiers of the First World War, WWI Attestation Papers search (Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada), WWI CEF Military Service File (Large PDF): Private Dan McLaughlin. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  2. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, WWI CEF Military Service File (Large PDF): Private Dan McLaughlin; Page 1.

(?) McLaughlin

M, #41264
Last Edited14 May 2020

Family

Child

Mary (?)1

F, #41271, b. circa 1874
Last Edited16 May 2020
     She was born circa 1874 at Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.1 Mary married George Summers.1

Census Data

     Mary Summers and George Summers appeared on the 1901 British Census of Scotland, Cruden, at Aberdeenshire, enumerated 31 March 1901, enumerated as a fishrman. She was listed as a fisherman's wife.. Their children Joseph, Charles and William were listed as living with them.1

Family

George Summers b. c 1857

Citations

  1. [S10863] George Summers household, March 31, 1901 Scotland Census, Edinburgh, Scotland, Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; Page: 11, General Register Office for Scotland Roll: CSSCT1901_65.