I happened upon this site by chance. It is interesting to see the Calder name associated with the Milne name. I don't know if I can ever find the Milne Family records I have...but for now I will tell you what little I can remember. My grandfather, Charles G Milne was born in Aberdeen around 1890. He was active in the theatre as a child which offended his family, who were stone masons. They apparently built much of downtown Aberdeen. Charles was sent off to Canada (Halifax) early in the 1900's. He was an encyclopedia salesman for a while then emigrated to Alberta. He met and married Mary Morden (a member of the Ralph Morden family, who were United Empire Loyalists who emigrated to and were the first settlers in Hamilton, ON) in Medicine Hat, AL They had three children, one my Father. Mary ran a millinery business, and my Grandfather was a portrait photographer. I think I am right in saying that one of my Great-great Milne aunts married a Calder in Aberdeen in the late 19th Century. They had a son, Alexander, who emigrated to Philadelphia, PA. Alexander Calder 1 was a sculptor and he created the William Penn statue on top of the Philadelphia City Hall...and all the rest of the many decorative stone carvings that adorn the City Hall. His son, Alexander Calder 2 followed in his father's artistic footsteps. He created, amongst other things, the four magnificent fountains that mark the four corners of the city, as originally conceived and laid out by Benjamin Franklin. His son, Alexander Calder 3 is probably best know for his stabiles and mobiles, and he is considered one of the most important creative American artists of the 20th Century. There's a lot more, but maybe it isn't pertinent.