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Andrew McInnes Jr., son of Andrew MacInnes and Margaret Swan
Birth:14 Mar 1809 in Aberfoyle Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
Married:Sarah Clark, 16 Mar 1831 in Fort Augustus, Scotland (age 22)
Died:5 Apr 1891 in Vittoria, Norfolk County (age 82) 
Buried:St. Andrews Presbyterian/United, Churchyard, Vittoria
Sarah Clark, daughter of Thomas Clark and Anne Mackay
Born:8 Jul 1814 in Inverness-shire, Scotland
Married:Andrew McInnes, 16 Mar 1831 in Fort Augustus, Scotland (age 16)
Died:28 Apr 1891 (age 76) 
Buried:St. Andrews Presbyterian/United, Churchyard, Vittoria
Their Children:
Henrietta Budgard McInnes married Wm. R. Rapelje, then Joseph Barrett
Agnes Joanna McInnes (1833-1833)
Ann McInnes married Daniel A. McCall
Isabella McInnes married Adam Horn
Margaret McInnes married Dennis P. Norton. Settled in Kansas
Sarah McInnes married Senator Alexander McCall
Dr. Walter John McInnes married Clara G. Miller
Dr. Andrew McInnes married Emily___, lived in South America; St. Williams; B.C.
Eliza Robina McInnes married William Greesman
Martha Georgina Bell McInnes married William Dawson Jr. 
This surname also appears in the historical record spelled MacInnes. Andrew was raised the legal ward of Rob Roy novelist Sir Walter Scott. After touring Europe, Andrew moved to Grenada, British West Indies where he was said to be the youngest planter to receive indeminity when slavery was abolished in 1833. He came to Norfolk in 1839 and named his farm house just west of Vittoria Aberfoyle. This family was prominent in Vittoria for the next century.
Source: John Cardiff of Simcoe, Norfolk County. Submitted: 15 Feb 2004
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