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Generation No. 16

 

20.  JOHN17 LECKIE (JOHN16, JOHN OF15 CROY-LECKIE, JOHN14 LECKIE, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born 25 May 1707 in Kippen, Stirlingshire, Scotland.  He married JEAN BUCHANAN 21 November 1727. 

 

Notes for JOHN LECKIE:

16. (32) John Leckie, b 25 MAY 1707, Kippen, Stirlingshire, SCOT; m 21 NOV 1727, Killearn/Drymen, Stirlingshire, SCOT, Jean Buchanan.  All of their children were found in the IGI, James and Katherine were not extracted records. 

 

          (35) James Leckie, b 1731.

          (36) Jannet Leckie, c APR 1731, Drymen, Stirlingshire, SCOT

          (37) Patrick Leckie, c APR 1733, Drymen, Stirlingshire, SCOT

          (38) Patrick Leckie, c 28 NOV 1735, Drymen, Stirlingshire, SCOT

          (39) Katherin Leckie, c 16 MAR 1739, Drymen, Stirlingshire, SCOT

 

More About JOHN LECKIE and JEAN BUCHANAN:

Marriage: 21 November 1727

     

Children of JOHN LECKIE and JEAN BUCHANAN are:

                   i.    JAMES18 LECKIE, b. 1731.

                  ii.    JANNET LECKIE, b. April 1731.

                 iii.    PATRICK LECKIE, b. April 1733.

                 iv.    PATRICK LECKIE, b. 28 November 1735.

                  v.    KATHERIN LECKIE, b. 16 March 1738/39.

 

 

21.  WALTER17 LECKIE (JOHN16, JOHN OF15 CROY-LECKIE, JOHN14 LECKIE, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born 7 September 1712.  He married ELIZABETH BUCHANAN, daughter of JAMES BUCHANAN and ELIZABETH MCINDOE.  She was born 3 November 1706.

 

Notes for WALTER LECKIE:

Walter Leckie, c 7 SEP 1712, Kippen, Stirlingshire, SCOT; m Elizabeth Buchanan (b 13 NOV 1706, Killearn, Stirlingshire, SCOT).  Elizabeth was the daughter of James Buchanan and Elizabeth McIndoe. There seems some confusion with his and his brother's children. LK8 had James, Patrick and Katherine with the same birth dates as John's children of the same name. Since they were extracted records (2 or 3) for his brother it is assumed they are in error here.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH BUCHANAN:

Elizabeth was the daughter of James Buchanan and Elizabeth McIndoe. There seems some confusion with his and his brother's children. LK8 had James, Patrick and Katherine with the same birth dates as John's children of the same name. Since they were extracted records (2 or 3) for his brother it is assumed they are in error here.

     

Child of WALTER LECKIE and ELIZABETH BUCHANAN is:

                   i.    SIBILIA18 LECKIE, b. 1 July 1734.

 

 

22.  HOLLAND17 LECKY (WILLIAM16 LECKIE, THOMAS15, ALEXANDER14, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born 1730 in Londonderry, Londonderry, Ireland, and died 1790.  He married ELIZABETH DANIEL, daughter of THOMAS DANIEL.  She was born 1736 in Londonderry, Ireland.

     

Child of HOLLAND LECKY and ELIZABETH DANIEL is:

23.              i.    AVERELL WILLIAM18 LECKY, b. 1760, Londonderry, Ireland; d. 29 January 1834, Londonderry, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 17

 

23.  AVERELL WILLIAM18 LECKY (HOLLAND17, WILLIAM16 LECKIE, THOMAS15, ALEXANDER14, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born 1760 in Londonderry, Ireland, and died 29 January 1834 in Londonderry, Ireland.  He married JANE DALY Abt. 1789.  She was born Abt. 1746 in Killimur, Galway, Ireland.

 

Notes for AVERELL WILLIAM LECKY:

This is believed to have been the father of  Our  " William b. 1783 d 1860"

 

More About AVERELL LECKY and JANE DALY:

Marriage: Abt. 1789

     

Children of AVERELL LECKY and JANE DALY are:

24.              i.    PRIVATE WILLIAM19 LACKEY, b. Abt. 1783, Killowen, Parish, Londonderry, Ireland; d. 1860, Carleton Co. Upper Canada.

                  ii.    CATHERINE LECKY.

                 iii.    HOLLAND LECKY, b. 27 February 1794; d. 12 October 1854, Armagh, Ireland; m. DIANA MCMULLIN, 29 September 1816, Londonderry, Ireland; b. 1795, Londonderry, Ireland.

 

More About HOLLAND LECKY and DIANA MCMULLIN:

Marriage: 29 September 1816, Londonderry, Ireland

 

                 iv.    SUSAN LECKY, m. WILLIAM ORR.

                  v.    ROBERT LACKEY.

 

 

Generation No. 18

 

24.  PRIVATE WILLIAM19 LACKEY (AVERELL WILLIAM18 LECKY, HOLLAND17, WILLIAM16 LECKIE, THOMAS15, ALEXANDER14, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born Abt. 1783 in Killowen, Parish, Londonderry, Ireland1, and died 1860 in Carleton Co. Upper Canada.  He married (2) ANNIE COOPER Abt. 1816 in Lower Canada (Quebec ) Lacolle)).  She was born Abt. 1785 in St. Jean County, Lacolle, Lower Canada, and died Abt. 1827 in Lower Canada, (Quebec).  He married (3) SARAH CLARKE Abt. 1828 in Goulbourn Twp., Province of Upper Canada.  She was born 1806 in Ireland, and died Bef. 1881 in Ontario, Canada t.

 

Notes for PRIVATE WILLIAM LACKEY:

99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)  This is  the Regiment William Lackey served in, according to his land claim for the Richmond Military Settlement Application.

 

(Reference from Goulbourn Museum Shillington Cemetery H-021)

 

"William helped make the first road from the Ottawa River to Richmond"

National Archives Reel # C-2739  pg.  48e Vol 421     (Land Record)

National Archives Reel # B-5509 Section 25/550     (Military Record)

 

(Spelling variations include: Lackey, Lackie, Lachie, Lachey, Lakey, Lakie, and others.

First found in counties Donegal and Derry (Londonderry) in Ireland although they originated in Argyllshire in Scotland.  Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Catherine Lackey settled in Delaware in 1838; James, Thomas and William Lackey all arrived in Philadelphia between 1840 and 1860; Jane Lackey settled in Maryland in 1699; Denis Lackie settled in Philadelphia in 1868. William Lackey settled in the Military Settlement of Richmond, in Upper Canada.  William joined the British Military on 2 October 1812 at the age of 29.  Ballyshannon, in the County of Derry, was created a Borough by Royal Charter in 1613, is one of tthe oldest towns in Ireland and is the birthplace of William Lackie.  From its idyllic setting the town looks out over the Erne Estuary and has panoramic views of mountains, lakes and forests.

 

An article in Bytown or Bust says that many of the Richmond pioneers were members of the 99th Regiment of Foot, a regiment which was disbanded after the War of 1812. Both true statements, but, for the genealogist, there's a bit more to it than that.

A number of those men actually served with the 100th Regiment of Foot, County of Dublin, Prince Regent's Own, which was raised in Ireland in 1805.

This regiment served in the War of 1812 but was decimated at the Battle of Chippewa Creek. There were not enough survivors to found even a company  (which would have consisted of 100 men) so they were amalgamated with the 99th, which was a newer regiment.

The headquarters of the 100th was at Quebec City before the war so some marriages and possibly baptisms took place there.   The parish church for the regiment was the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. (It's interesting to note that, after his untimely death at Richmond from rabies, the Duke of Richmond was taken to Quebec and buried in front of the altar in that same cathedral.)

What was now the 99th Regt. was not disbanded until 1818. At that time the men were given the choice of going to England to be discharged, or to take up land in the Goulbourn district. As a private, William received 100 acres.   After the war the 99th was stationed in Quebec and then at Chambly. Researchers might find records there which apply to their families.

William was on  Con 8 Lot13 EŻ, Goulbourn Township the 24 October 1821.  He had to be there for at lease 3 years prior to that date to be able to fulfill the terms of Settlement. William arrived there in the fall of 1818.  

William's Trade, was listed on  his military enrollment as a Nailer.  Nailer is a blacksmith who made nails by cutting and shaping metal.

 

Abbreviation: Provinces and states use the two-letter postal abbreviations; UK counties use three letter Chapman codes.

 

arr-arrived chr-christened Eng-England prob-probably

bp-baptised Co-County Ger-Germany Regt-Regiment

bef-before d/o-daughter of Ire-Ireland s/o-son of

bro-brother dau-daughter LC-Lower Canada Sct-Scotland

bur-buried desc-descendant(s) lvd-lived Twp-Township

cem-cemetery em-emigrated poss-possibly UC-Upper Canada

ch:-children

24 October 1821 He had to be there for at lease 3 years prior to that date to be able to fulfill the terms of Settlement. William arrived there in the fall of 1818.  

 

More About PRIVATE WILLIAM LACKEY:

Burial: Richmond, On

Medical Information: Height 5'9"

Military service: Bet. 2 October 1812 - 1818, 99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)

Occupation: Bet. 1812 - 1860, Soldier /  Farmer

Property: 24 October 1821, EŻ No 13 in the 8th Con. of Goulbourn 100 Acres.

 

More About ANNIE COOPER:

Burial: St. Jean County, Lacolle, Lower Canada

 

More About WILLIAM LACKEY and ANNIE COOPER:

Death of one spouse: 1828, Quebec

Marriage: Abt. 1816, Lower Canada (Quebec ) Lacolle))

 

Notes for SARAH CLARKE:

WILLIAM LACKEY AND SARAH CLARKE

 

        William came to Canada as a soldier with the 99th Regiment of Foot which was headquartered in Lower Canada (Quebec) In 1818 when the Regiment was to be disbanded, the officers and their men were offered land in Upper Canada instead of returning to their home country. This was a program to settle the country and at the same time have  ready available a basic group of experienced men who could be called upon to defend the land, if and when required. The area to be settled was in what was known as the Richmond Military Settlement. William accepted the offer and was granted 100 acres on Concession 8 Lot 13 East in Goulbourn Twp. Carleton Co. on condition that he clear and cultivate a certain a certain portion of it as well as erect personal accommodations within two years. This he accomplished and was granted deeds to the land on 24 Oct. 1821.

        

        in about 1828 he married Sarah Clarke. Together they raised a family of 10 children. On the 1851 Census Thomas Jr. was not shown with the family.

 

ID 2564

Category G:Genealogies and histories of individuals, families and clans

Call-ID G-291

Collection 

Title  FARMS And Families, Goulbourn Twp. Carleton County.

Description FARMS And Families, Goulbourn Township Carleton County

Author  Stittsville Women's Institute

Abstract  A Tweedsmuir History of early families that settled in Goulbourn Twp. Surnames: Argue, Black, Boucher, Bradley, Brown, Cathcart, Clarke, Faulkner, Featherstone, Graham, Hartin, Healey, Hobbs, Kenny, Moore, Richardson, Stitt, Tubman, Walker, Young

 

 

More About SARAH CLARKE:

Religion: C of E

 

More About WILLIAM LACKEY and SARAH CLARKE:

Marriage: Abt. 1828, Goulbourn Twp., Province of Upper Canada

     

Child of PRIVATE WILLIAM LACKEY is:

25.              i.    THOMAS20 LACKEY.

 

     

Children of WILLIAM LACKEY and ANNIE COOPER are:

26.             ii.    AVREAL COOPER20 LACKEY, b. 11 October 1817, St Jean Co. Lacolle, Que.; d. 26 May 1880, (Lot 13 Con VI) Goulbourne Batch # 0970339 & 0960598.

                 iii.    CHARLOTTE LACKEY, b. Abt. 1819; m. ? CULLEN; b. 1790; d. 14 November 1868.

 

More About ? CULLEN:

Religion: Roman Catholic

 

27.            iv.    CATHARINE LACKEY, b. Aft. 22 April 1822; d. November 1915.

                  v.    ELLEN LACKEY, b. Bef. 1823; d. 14 November; m. ? CULLEN, 5 February 1832, Nortre Dame Cathederal, Ottawa, Upper Canada; b. 1790; d. 14 November 1868.

 

More About ? CULLEN:

Religion: Roman Catholic

 

More About ? CULLEN and ELLEN LACKEY:

Marriage: 5 February 1832, Nortre Dame Cathederal, Ottawa, Upper Canada

 

     

Children of WILLIAM LACKEY and SARAH CLARKE are:

                 vi.    SUSAN20 LACKEY, b. 1830, Goulbourn Twp. Upper Canada.

28.           vii.    ISABELLA LACKEY, b. 24 October 1832, Goulbourn Twp. Upper Canada.

29.          viii.    THOMAS LACKEY, b. 31 December 1834, Goulbourn Twp,  Upper Canada Lot 13 Con 4; d. 31 July 1912, 344 Preston St., Ottawa (78 years).

30.            ix.    WILLIAM J. LACKEY, b. 29 January 1837, Goulbourn Twp. Upper Canada; d. Montague Twp,.

31.             x.    JOHN LACKEY, b. 5 May 1839, Goulbourn Twp; d. 17 June 1917.

                 xi.    JANE LACKEY, b. 19 April 1841.

                xii.    SARAH LACKEY, b. 1843.

               xiii.    CHARLES LACKEY, b. 8 January 1843; d. 15 June 1914; m. HESTER ANN WILLOUGHBY, 3 September 1881, Perth #005614-81 (Lanark Co; b. 1843.

 

Notes for CHARLES LACKEY:

52. Lanark81

Aug 1881 at Perth #005614-81 (Lanark Co): Charles LACKEY, 38, farmer, Goulbourn, Montague, s/o William LACKIE (sic) & Sarah CLARKE, married Hester Ann WILLOUGHBY, 38, widow,

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/lanark81.htm

 

 

More About CHARLES LACKEY and HESTER WILLOUGHBY:

Marriage: 3 September 1881, Perth #005614-81 (Lanark Co

 

               xiv.    ELIZABETH ELLEN LACKEY, b. 5 April 1847.

 

More About ELIZABETH ELLEN LACKEY:

Baptism: 6 May 1847, Goulbourn Twp. Ontario, Canada

 

32.           xv.    HENRY LACKEY, b. 2 October 1855, Prospect; d. June 1931.

Generation No. 18

 

24.  PRIVATE WILLIAM19 LACKEY (AVERELL WILLIAM18 LECKY, HOLLAND17, WILLIAM16 LECKIE, THOMAS15, ALEXANDER14, ALEXANDER13, ALEXANDER12, WALTER11 DE LECKIE, JOHN10 LEKKY, RICHARD9 LECKY, JAMES8 LEKY, MALCOLM7 LECKY, SIRWALTER6, MURDOCH5 DE LEKY, MURDOCH4, MALCOLM3, DUNCAN2 MAC MUREDACH, MURDOCK1) was born Abt. 1783 in Killowen, Parish, Londonderry, Ireland1, and died 1860 in Carleton Co. Upper Canada.  He married (2) ANNIE COOPER Abt. 1816 in Lower Canada (Quebec ) Lacolle)).  She was born Abt. 1785 in St. Jean County, Lacolle, Lower Canada, and died Abt. 1827 in Lower Canada, (Quebec).  He married (3) SARAH CLARKE Abt. 1828 in Goulbourn Twp., Province of Upper Canada.  She was born 1806 in Ireland, and died Bef. 1881 in Ontario, Canada t.

 

Notes for PRIVATE WILLIAM LACKEY:

99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)  This is  the Regiment William Lackey served in, according to his land claim for the Richmond Military Settlement Application.

 

(Reference from Goulbourn Museum Shillington Cemetery H-021)

 

"William helped make the first road from the Ottawa River to Richmond"

National Archives Reel # C-2739  pg.  48e Vol 421     (Land Record)

National Archives Reel # B-5509 Section 25/550     (Military Record)

 

(Spelling variations include: Lackey, Lackie, Lachie, Lachey, Lakey, Lakie, and others.

First found in counties Donegal and Derry (Londonderry) in Ireland although they originated in Argyllshire in Scotland.  Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Catherine Lackey settled in Delaware in 1838; James, Thomas and William Lackey all arrived in Philadelphia between 1840 and 1860; Jane Lackey settled in Maryland in 1699; Denis Lackie settled in Philadelphia in 1868. William Lackey settled in the Military Settlement of Richmond, in Upper Canada.  William joined the British Military on 2 October 1812 at the age of 29.  Ballyshannon, in the County of Derry, was created a Borough by Royal Charter in 1613, is one of tthe oldest towns in Ireland and is the birthplace of William Lackie.  From its idyllic setting the town looks out over the Erne Estuary and has panoramic views of mountains, lakes and forests.

 

An article in Bytown or Bust says that many of the Richmond pioneers were members of the 99th Regiment of Foot, a regiment which was disbanded after the War of 1812. Both true statements, but, for the genealogist, there's a bit more to it than that.

A number of those men actually served with the 100th Regiment of Foot, County of Dublin, Prince Regent's Own, which was raised in Ireland in 1805.

This regiment served in the War of 1812 but was decimated at the Battle of Chippewa Creek. There were not enough survivors to found even a company  (which would have consisted of 100 men) so they were amalgamated with the 99th, which was a newer regiment.

The headquarters of the 100th was at Quebec City before the war so some marriages and possibly baptisms took place there.   The parish church for the regiment was the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. (It's interesting to note that, after his untimely death at Richmond from rabies, the Duke of Richmond was taken to Quebec and buried in front of the altar in that same cathedral.)

What was now the 99th Regt. was not disbanded until 1818. At that time the men were given the choice of going to England to be discharged, or to take up land in the Goulbourn district. As a private, William received 100 acres.   After the war the 99th was stationed in Quebec and then at Chambly. Researchers might find records there which apply to their families.

William was on  Con 8 Lot13 EŻ, Goulbourn Township the 24 October 1821.  He had to be there for at lease 3 years prior to that date to be able to fulfill the terms of Settlement. William arrived there in the fall of 1818.  

William's Trade, was listed on  his military enrollment as a Nailer.  Nailer is a blacksmith who made nails by cutting and shaping metal.

 

24 October 1821 He had to be there for at lease 3 years prior to that date to be able to fulfill the terms of Settlement. William arrived there in the fall of 1818.  

 

More About PRIVATE WILLIAM LACKEY:

Burial: Richmond, On

Medical Information: Height 5'9"

Military service: Bet. 2 October 1812 - 1818, 99th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment)

Occupation: Bet. 1812 - 1860, Soldier /  Farmer

Property: 24 October 1821, EŻ No 13 in the 8th Con. of Goulbourn 100 Acres.

 

More About ANNIE COOPER:

Burial: St. Jean County, Lacolle, Lower Canada

 

More About WILLIAM LACKEY and ANNIE COOPER:

Death of one spouse: 1828, Quebec

Marriage: Abt. 1816, Lower Canada (Quebec ) Lacolle))

 

Notes for SARAH CLARKE:

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