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Descendents of David McVittie

Updated April 18, 2011

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David McVittie married ? Bowhnan (sp?) (somewhere in the U.K)
Unsure of how many children but know of at least one son (perhaps another son and one daughter who moved to New Zealand?)

son: Alfred James McVittie married Eliza (Elizabeth) Osborne in 1902 in Leigh on Sea, England. Moved to Canada about 1907.

3 children: William Alfred McVittie (born Mar 1, 1903, died July 9, 1967)
Janet McVittie (born about 1908,and died in 1995)
Agnes McVittie (born about 1914-present)

William Alfred McVittie married Hazel Irene Armstrong (Nov 8,1909-Aug 17, 1974)

9 children: Janet Marie McVittie (Iannicello) (1926-present)
William Richard McVittie (1927-present)
John David McVittie (July 5, 1929-Nov 6, 1978)
Olga McVittie (Dolan, Johnson)(1930-present)
Patricia McVittie (Regier) (1933-present)
Clarence McVittie (1934-present)
MaryAnne McVittie (Beneteau) (1936-present)
Wayne McVittie (1942-present)
Heather McVittie (Holder) (1947-1966)

John David McVittie was married to Eleanor King from 1947-1959

4 children: Susan McVittie (Dixon) (Oct 6, 1949-present)
David McVittie (?-present)
Maryanne McVittie (Stead) (?-present)
Barbara McVittie (?) (?-present)
after their divorce:
John David McVittie married Lily Barzotto (Oshowy) around 1961

1 child: Jacqueline Anne McVittie (Aug 24, 1963-present

Most interested in any information dating back to and before David McVittie back in England and his ancestors

 
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