1784 - 1868 (83 years)
||Anne Smith  |
||30 Mar 1784
||Gamrie, Banff, Scotland
- Anne, daughter to Alexander Smith & Barbara Barclay in Pitgair, was born march 30th & baptised April 9th, 1774. Witnessed William Barclay in Auchmill & George Smith in Montbletton. (Pitgair, Auchmill and Montbletton are in Gamrie Parish).
||10 Mar 1868
||Kingston, Ontario, Canada [1, 2]
- Newspaper clipping:
The first of these was one well known to many readers of the Presbyterian, who by her long, steady and affectionate adherence to our Church, and by her active furtherance of its interests, well deserves a place among its honoured names; -- Mrs. Logie of Kingston, who died on the 10th of March, in the 84th year of her age. She was born in the parish of Gamrie, Aberdeenshire, and had led a changeful life in various parts of the world, before finally settling down with her husband, Major Logie, on their property of Glenlogie near Kingston. Since that time, -- thirty-six years ago, she had been a member of St. Andrew's Church, and throughout the many changes which have since taken most zealous adherents. Being a resident in the township of Pittsburgh at the time when the Mission which has since resulted in the formation of a Church there, was organized, Mrs. Logie was one of its most active originators, being indefatigable in collecting funds, and in stirring up the interest and co-operation of the people. After coming to reside in Kingston where she has lived since her husband's death -- though gradually growing less and less able, to engage in active work, she never lost her warm interest in all that concerned the good of the Church at large, and of the congregation with which she was connected in particular.
She was indeed no common character, and one which now that she is gone could not be easily replaced. She was one of the best specimens of the sterling old Scottish nature, in its most attractive form. To great strength and originality of mind and character, and clearness of perception and judgment, she united great warmth of heart, genuine and judicious practical benevolence, and a geniality and liveliness of manner which made her a general favourite, though candid and outspoken to a remarkable degree. As a friend she was most steadfast and faithful, and to the end of her life, her sympathies seemed to retain all their strength and freshness, enabling her to enter even into the pleasures of the young, with whom she was a great favourite, and whom she liked to have around her. Advancing years and trials seemed rather to mellow and ripen than to weaken the fine points of her character, and to make more distinctly visible her Christian faith and trust, and the guiding principle which regulated her naturally kindly impulses. She has left a vacant place which will not easily be filled up, and the affectionate remembrance of her in may hearts will long perpetuate her memory. She was mercifully spared the protracted season of weakness and suffering which sometimes falls to the lot of the aged, and but a few days of illness intervened between her enjoyment of perfect health and her peaceful entrance into "the rest that remaineth for the people of God." She was laid in her last earthly resting place on the 13th of March.
||13 Mar 1868
||Kingston, Ontario, Canada
- CATARAQUI CEMETERY, KINGSTON, ONTARIO
LOT 126 - SECTION N
IN MEMORY OF
MARCH 10 1868
- CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER SMITH AND BARBARA BARCLAY
Anne (Smith) Logie, was the second wife of Major William Logie. She was born on the 30th of March, 1784 in Pitgair (Gamrie), Banffshire, Scotland, and died at Kingston, Ontario, on March the tenth, 1868. The father of Anne was Alexander Smith who was born about 1760 in Pitgair. On January the 12th, 1775, at Auchterless, Aberdeenshire, he married Barbara Barclay who was born about 1758, the daughter of James Barclay and Elspeth Mitchell-Innes. Alexander and Barbara Smith had seven children all born at Gamrie, Banffshire, Scotland:
1---Bathia Smith was born on the 22nd of October, 1775. In November of 1800 she married Peter (or Patrick) Cassie.
In her will dated December, 1860, at Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland, Bathia (Smith) Cassie wrote: “To my sister Mrs. Ann Smith or Logie eight shares in the Commercial Bank Canada held in trust for me by my nephew Charles Smith Ross Cashier of the Commercial Bank Canada.” Also mentioned in her will are her two executors Reverend John Eddie, House Governor of the Elgin Institute, and her nephew advocate Alexander Ross of Aberdeen, as well as four nieces Penelope (Sangster) Cruickshanks, Barbara (Sangster) Bartlet, Miss Ann Smith Ross, and Elizabeth (Ross) Barrow. The latest mentioned, and her husband, was dead, so the money was to be held in trust for her 5 children. There were two grandnieces included; Anne Catto, and Barbara Catto. She also left money to Miss Jean Simpsin, Matron of the Elgin Institute. The Elgin Institute was a home for the aged and for orphans.
2---Elspet Smith was born on the 22nd of December, 1776
3---Isobel Smith was born on July the 30th, 1778, and married George Sangster on the 15th of November, 1801 in Fintray, Aberdeen, Scotland.
4---Elizabeth Smith was born on July the 5th, 1780, and married James Sangster on the 12th of January, 1805 at Gamrie. They had at least two daughters:
---Penelope Sangster was born on December the 26th, 1805 in Gamrie, Banffshire, Scotland, and married James Cruickshank on the 12th of January, 1848 at Gamrie.
---Barbara Barclay Sangster was born on the 23rd of January, 1816 at Gamrie, and married Alexander Bartlet on July the 13th, 1852 at Gamrie.
5---Barbara Smith was born on the 22nd of May, 1782, and married Alexander Irvine Ross on the 4th of April, 1809 at Gamrie. They had four children all born in Tyvie, Aberdeen, Scotland:
---Barbara Catherine Ross was christened on the 10th of October, 1810, and died on the 4th of July, 1894, at Tyrie Nains, Tyrie, Aberdeen. On December the 10th, 1829, she married John Catto who was born at Tyrie Mains in about 1798, and died there on December the 2nd, 1875. He was the son of James Catto and Ann Stephen. They had six children:
---John Catto, 30 July 1830 to 1918
---James Catto, 10 February 1832 to April 1838
---Charles Alexander Catto, 7 August 1834 to 24 January 1869
---Ann Catto, 24 February 1837 to 6 September 1893
---James Catto, 23 July 1838 to 24 January 1870
---Barbara Catto, 15 August 1839
---Ann Smith Ross christened December the 2nd, 1812.
---Alexander Ross, an advocate, was christened on the 11th of May, 1814..
---Charles Smith Ross, was christened on November the 20th, 1815, and he worked for the Commercial Bank of Canada, in Kingston, Ontario. In August of 1865 he was listed as “cashier and General Manager of the Commercial Bank of Canada, Kingston, Ontario”.
---In the will of Bathia (Smith) Cassie, there is mentioned a niece Elizabeth (Ross) Barrow who would also have been a daughter of Alexander and Barbara Ross.
6---Anne Smith was born in 1784 – as above
7---Charles Smith was born on December the 13th, 1793
Source: Bob Huggard email@example.com 
||11 May 2006 |
||Alexander Smith, b. 1742, Gamrie, , Banffshire, Scotland , d. 22 Sep 1808, Gamrie, , Banffshire, Scotland (Age 66 years) |
||Barbara Barclay, b. Of, Towie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland , d. Yes, date unknown |
||12 Jan 1775
||Auchterless, Aberdeen, Scotland
||William Logie, b. 12 Nov 1781, Fochabers, Morayshire, Scotland , d. 17 Jun 1853, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (Age 71 years) |
||2 Feb 1822
||Banff, Banffshire, Scotland 
- Feb 2nd 1882. Loggie and Smith. Captain William Loggie in the Parish of Nairn & Ann Smith in this Parish were contracted in order to marriage & after regular proclamations were married Feb 22nd. Banff, Banffshire, Scotland.
|+||1. Alexander Logie, b. 16 Dec 1823, Rosefield, Nairnshire, Scotland , d. 10 Dec 1873, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Age 49 years)|
| ||2. Barbara Logie, b. 31 Jul 1825, At Sea , d. 4 Jan 1838, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (Age 12 years)|
||2 Apr 2006 |
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