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Loyalist Directory: John McLaney

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Surname : McLaney
Given name : John
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Where Resettled : Home District
Status as Loyalist : Suspended
Proof of Loyalty : UEL List
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) : Suspended 1804/November/5
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Biography : John McLaney wrote his will on 2 September 1845 at Pelham Township and it was probated there on 19 May 1846. He was a member of the Pelham (Quaker) Meeting which records his marriage to Elizabeth Taylor on 11 December 1805 and the births (and deaths) of their seven children: Martha Brown McLaney, John Taylor McLaney, Hannah Lucas McLaney, Anna McLaney, Rebecca D. [likely Dennis] McLaney, Andrew J. McLaney and Hannah Crosier McLaney. Of these, only Martha and Hannah married and had issue, Martha's only son dying in early childhood. Hannah married Thomas Gould and had a son and daughter; the daughter married Henry Dennis Sanders, a descendant of Elizabeth McLaney and Matthias Sanders.

See the record for John Dennis in which the document "Children and Grandchildren of Martha Brown and 1. Andrew McLaney and 2. John Dennis" has many details and sources.
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Family Genealogy : Martha (Brown) Dennis, wife of (2.) John Dennis, was married previously to Dr Andrew McLaney, surgeon of the Royal Navy, who was lost at sea ca 1780-1. Martha had two children with Andrew: John McLaney, who is also on the UEL List (suspended 5 November 1804), and Elizabeth. Elizabeth, who was born circa 1780 and often known as Elizabeth Dennis, married firstly to Mathias Sanders and secondly to a bigamous American doctor who disappeared with the money she had inherited from her parents.
Sources : Information submitted by Holly Adams.
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