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Cemetery following services held in Clan william United Church.

Lachlan and Mary had nine children, a daughter and a son died in infancy in Ontario.

Lachlan and Mary McInnes.

Neil. (refer to McInnes, Neil and Anna).

Annie, born 1890 in Kirkfield, Victoria County, Ontario. She passed away on May 31, 1911 on the family farm.

Thomas. (refer to McInnes, Thomas and Edna). Duncan Alexander, was born on July 24, 1895, at Kirkfield, Ontario. He moved with his parents to the Westmount district in 1907. He began his education in Ontario, then at Lakelet school and Minnedosa High school. He farmed with his parents until 1932, when he built a home on S.W. 8-17-18W. He later purchased N.E. 5-17-18W and built a home there in 1948. He served many years on the Westmount School Board. He joined Prince of Wales Lodge No. 14, A.F. and A.M. in 1941, serving as Worshipful Master in 1949. Being a bachelor, he spent many winters living in a Minnedosa hotel. He curled, which he enjoyed until his 84th year. He remained living on his home farm, with his nephew Les assisting in farm operations, until his death on September 20, 1981. He was interred in the Erickson Cemetery.

Mary was born on March 12, 1901, at Kirkfield, Victoria County, Ontario. She came to Manitoba with her parents in 1907, and received her education at Crocus Hill School and at Westmount school. On August 16, 1928, she accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Mabel Blair, back to her home in Regina, after visiting the family to obtain work. She was fortunate to get a position at Eaton's Mail Order Office, starting the day after Thanksgiving. She worked there for several years prior to and after her marriage on March 12, 1931, to Jack Sydney Campbell, formerly of Harding, Manitoba, who at the time was on the Regina City Police Force. Jack passed away on December 24, 1963. Mary resides in an apartment on Dewdney Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan. Mary and


Annie and Duncan McInnes.

Duncan McInnes

Jack had two daughters; Leona, Mrs. Jack Fowers, living in Calgary, who has two daughters and two sons, Margaret, Mrs. Cliff Reid, living in Regina, who has one son.

Lachlan Jr. (refer to McInnes, Lachlan and Johanna). Sadie was born December 6, 1906, at Kirkfield, Vic­ toria County, Ontario. At the age of four months, she came to the Westmount district with her parents, brothers and sisters. Sadie attended Westmount school, completing grade ten. She was one of the first pupils in