Annie McDermott (1832 - 1908)

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About Annie McDermott

ANNIE MCDERMOTT (OTHERWISE ANNA MCDERMOTT) (1832-1908)

According to her scrip affidavit, her date of birth was 12 November 1832. Her parents were Andrew McDermot, an Irish Catholic and a successful independent merchant at the Red River settlement, and his wife, Sarah McNab . Anne was a younger sister of Mary Sarah McDermot, who would become wife of HBC Governor William Mactavish and reside at Upper Fort Garry during 1869 -70 [Provisional Government of Assiniboia] http://hallnjean2.wordpress.com/the-red-river-resistence/women-and-the-resistance/annie-mcdermot-bannatyne/

WINNIPEG 1881

Annie McDernott (Otherwise Anna Bannatyne) and her husband, together with six of their children, are noticed at Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada, in 1881 [Canada Census, 1881, index, FamilySearch] https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MVD1-FGJ

HOSTESS AND CHARITY ORGANISER

Annie McDermot was highly educated and devoted much of her time to charitable works. One of her interests was the Winnipeg General Hospital which had been built on land donated by her father and her husband [Provisional Government of Assiniboia] http://hallnjean2.wordpress.com/the-red-river-resistence/women-and-the-resistance/annie-mcdermot-bannatyne/

DEATH

Anne died 14 May 1908 at Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan, having outlived all but three of her children. She had been visiting with daughter Anne and son-in-law Gerald John Simpson. Her funeral was held in Winnipeg, with internment next to the grave of husband Andrew in Kildonan Prebyterian Cemetery [Provisional Government of Assiniboia] http://hallnjean2.wordpress.com/the-red-river-resistence/women-and-the-resistance/annie-mcdermot-bannatyne/

Annie McDermott passed away in her sleep on 14 May 1908 and was buried next to her husband [Metis Culture and Heritage Resource Centre] http://www.metisresourcecentre.mb.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64:annie-bannatyne-1834-1910&catid=2:biographies&Itemid=2

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Annie McDermott's Timeline

1832
November 12, 1832
1855
1855
Age 22
Ontario, Canada
1861
1861
Age 28
Manitoba, Canada
1863
1863
Age 30
Manitoba, Canada
1865
1865
Age 32
Manitoba, Canada
1867
1867
Age 34
Manitoba, Canada
1869
1869
Age 36
Manitoba, Canada
1873
1873
Age 40
Manitoba, Canada
1908
May 14, 1908
Age 75
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