Duncan R. Dewar June 14 1869 - Oct 29. 1907, Glen Sandfield, Ont. son of Evander & Margaret McNaughton, He was a talented musician and nothing delighted him better than to entertain his friends with the martial airs of Scotland, on the bagpipes or violin. Ref; From the The News Friday Nov. 8, 1907 p.4 c.3. [from his obituary] New 1 /2000
Donald R. McDonald Warren, Mich hus of Elizabeth Clapp, son of Angus Ranald, McCrimmon, Ont. Great Violinist. Ref; FSO1 1977 Mar p. 10,
John Angus MacDonald from Cornwall, Ontario.
Neily Austin R. MacDonald, 5th Lancaster Township. died Jul. 12, 1972,
Ambrose MacDougall from Dalkeith, Ont. died Nov. 1961
Rev. John MacPhail from St. Andrew's West, Ont.
Col. D. B. Maclennan, of Lancaster, under Hotel Guests Make Merry ".... their praise for Glengarry's leading violinist.."Ref GN August 30, 1901; see also his obit see also his obit GN June 9, 1922 New 4/2000
William D. McLeod, of Bonnie Briar, McCrimmon, Ontario Area who died July 131th, 1936, See obit in Glengarry News of July 24th, 1936, p.1 col. 1 . New 3/2000
Andrew McRae, Alexandria --A talented violinist, he was also one of the few remaining Gaelic singers, Ref: from The Glengarry News, November 22nd, 1956, pg. 1, col. 5. New 10/99
Donald J. McVichie Curry Hill, Noted for his mastery of the violin, Mr. McVichie had his own orchestra for many years while operating the home farm. Ref: from obit GN September 1st, 1960, pg. 4, col. 5. New 11/99
Hugh 'Red Hugh Alex' Munro 1852 - 1951, Grand Old Man of Apple Hill. A violinist of Note. Husband of Margery Mcintyre 1866 - 1951. Ref: "As Others See Us" by R. J. Fraser New 12/99
Philip Munro Apple Hill, Ont.1854 - 1916 Indian lands 14 C #37, photo, violinist. Ref: KDMP p. 45,
Arthur Rossou, Glengarrys famous violinist sustained injury from falling through the side walk between upper and lower Lancaster. Ref; From the Glengarry News, Friday, Dec. 4, 1896 p.1 c.6 bottom, under Williamstown,New 2 /2000
Arthur Sauve, South Indian, Ont. 1896 Nov - 1973 Sep p.829 photo,831, violin maker, player, carver, son of Elizabeth Cameron, hus of Emma Lalonde. Ref; Maxville Its Centennial Story, 1991
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