• Born about 1777 - Schenectady, New York, , , ,
  • Deceased

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McMicken, Jane/Jenny (McKerlie)
Undated Upper Canada Land Petition of Jenny McCarley [sic] received at the Executive Council Office on 24 Mar 1797

“Humbly Sheweth That your petitioner is Daughter of Peter McMicken who served as a Sergt in Col Butlers Rangers during the American war – and being lately married to John McCarley a native of Scotland, who has lately come into this Province – prays your Honor would be pleased to allow her such a grant of Lands as is generally given to Daughters of Loyalists and your petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray—[Signed] John McKerlie for Jane McKerlie”

Received at the Executive Council Office on 24 Mar 1797 and read the same day. Ordered 200 acres as the daughter of a Loyalist if not granted before. [Upper Canada Land Petitions LAC “M” Bundle 2, Petition Number 251]

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Thomas MCMICKING III 1710-1756 Jennet MCMEIKEN 1698-1733 James ROBERTSON 1712- Jane CARGHILL 1718-
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Peter MCMICKING, UEL 1731-1823 Agness ROBERTSON 1745-1826
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Jane (Jenny) MCMICKING ca 1777-



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