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Margaret Gray and James Tulloch
Margaret Gray was the only known child of George Gray and his wife Hellenor Craigie, and was christened in Westray on 1st October 1854. Her father died when she was six years old, her mother remarried, and the family left Westray. A deed in the possession of a descendant shows that by 1876 they were living in Port Colbourne (Humberstone Township), Ontario, Canada. (Members of the family occupied that property until the 1940s.)
On 22nd December 1879, Margaret married James Tulloch in Port Colbourne. James had also been born in Westray - he was the son of John Tulloch and Sophia Sandison, born on 1st August 1844. He was a seaman at the time of their marriage, and later became a house painter.
Margaret and James had four children:
- John Eunson Tulloch, born 27th September 1880 in Humberstone Township, Welland County, Ontario. He became a druggist, and later was branch manager for Consolidated Optical. He married Catherine Robertson Gordon in Hamilton, Ontario, on 28th April 1909; they had one daughter, and have living descendants. John and his family lived in Winnipeg, and he died at their summer cottage at West Hawk Lake, Manitoba, on 14th July 1945. He is buried in Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg.
- George Hugh Craigie Tulloch (generally known as Hugh), born 2nd September 1884. He became a house painter, and never married. He died in Port Colbourne on 21st June 1940.
- Mary Eleanor (Ella) S. Tulloch, born 3rd September 1887. She was a receptionist with Strains Optical in Winnipeg, and did not marry. She died in Winnipeg on 12th December 1955, and is buried in Brookside Cemetery.
- James Ferguson Tulloch, born 3rd September 1890. He was an optometrist with Strains Optical in Winnipeg. He married Irene Middleton Johnson in Winnipeg on 4th January 1919; they did not have any children. James died in Winnipeg on 20th July 1956, and is buried in St. John's Cathedral Cemetery.
Margaret died in Port Colbourne on 11th May 1895. James died almost 20 years later, on 8th August 1914.