Duncan McLean1

#23075, (1884 - 1966)
FatherDuncan McLean2 (1851 - 1902)
MotherLavinia Schell1 (c 1860 - 1894)
RelationshipsGreat-grandson of Hector McLean
Great-grandson of Angus McKinnon
ChartsAngus McKinnon & Mary McFadyen - 5 generations of descendants
Hector McLean & Mary McGillivray - 5 generations of descendants

Children of Duncan McLean and Ida Bell Tooke

Life Events

BirthDuncan McLean was born on 31 Mar 1884 in Canada.1,3
 
(Subject) Photograph4
Duncan and Lavinia McLean with their children
Lottie (1891), Duncan (1884), John Nathaniel (1886)
North Dakota
(with Parents) 1900 CensusDuncan appeared on the 1900 Federal Census Bottineau County, North Dakota with his father and stepmother. He was 16, born in March 1884 in Canada, parents born in Canada, and attended school 4 months that year.1 
MarriageHe married Ida Bell Tooke on 19 May 1908 in Edward, Manitoba.5
 
1910 CensusDuncan and Ida appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Williams County, North Dakota, at Township 163 Range 101, enumerated 26 Apr 1910. Duncan was 30, place of birth unknown, was a general farmer working on his own account, and owned his farm free. Ida was 27, the mother of one child, birthplace unknown. They had been married 3 years and had one child, Mabel (age not recorded, born in North Dakota).6 
1915 CensusDuncan and Ida appeared on the 1915 North Dakota State Census in De Witt, Divide County. Their children were Myrtle, Lorena, and Harvey.7 
MilitaryDuncan McLean completed a draft registration card on 12 Sep 1918 in Divide County, North Dakota. Information on the card included: Duncan McLean, residence Fortuna, Divide County, North Dakota, age 34, born March 31 1883, white, citizen by father's naturalization before reached majority, farm laborer, nearest relative Ida McLean of Fortuna, medium height, medium build, brown eyes, black hair.8 
1920 CensusDuncan and Ida B McLean appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Scorio Township, Williams County, North Dakota. Duncan was 35, born in Canada, parents born in Canada, immigrated in 1887, naturalized, and worked as a teamster in a coal mine. Ida was 33, born in Canada, parents Canadian born, immigrated in 1906, and naturalized. Their children were Myrtle I (10), Lorine P (8), Robert H (5), Ida E (4), and Beatrice E (2 months). The eldest two attended school. The McLeans owned their home free.9 
1925 CensusDuncan and Ida appeared on the 1925 State Census of North Dakota. They were in Williams County. Duncan was 41, Ida 39 and their children were Myrtle Irene (15), Lorena Pearl (14), Robert Harvey (11), Ida Ellen (9), Beatrice (5), and Elden (2).10 
1930 CensusDuncan and Ida appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Hanks, Williams County, North Dakota. They owned their home worth $300. Duncan was 46, first married at 24, born in Canada, parents birthplace Canada, immigrated in 1925, naturalized, and was a farm laborer. Ida was 43, married at 21, born in Canada, parents born in Canada, immigrated in 1925, naturalized, and was a servant for a private family. Their children were Harvey (15), Ida (14), Beatrice (10), and Elden (6), all attended school.2 
1940 CensusDuncan and Ida B McLean appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Village of Hanks, Williams County, North Dakota. They owned their home worth $300. It was the same house that they lived in in 1935. Duncan was 56, birthplace Canada, naturalized, worked 52 weeks the previous year for $540, no occupation recorded, was currently seeking work, and had an 8th grade education. Ida B was 53, born in Canada, naturalized, and had 1 year of high school. They had one son with them: Elden E (16).11 
Photograph12
Duncan McLean & his wife Ida Bell Took
Photograph12
Siblings Duncan, Lottie & John Nathaniel McLean
1964
DeathDuncan died in Apr 1966.3
 
Last Edited18 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census for United States, North Dakota, Bottineau County, Township 164, Roll T623_1226, Page 3A. Digital image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  2. 1930 Federal Census for United States, North Dakota, Williams County, Hanks, ED 26, Page 1A. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  3. United States Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Text index viewed at Ancestry.com "Duncan McLean, born 31 Mar 1884, last residence Williston, Williams, North Dakota, issued North Dakota before 1951."
  4. E-mails from Scott McLean to J Kolthammer, beginning June 2010.
  5. Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", Duncan McLean & Ida Bell Took marriage, 1908, #2343."
  6. 1910 Federal Census for United States, North Dakota, Williams County, Township 163, ED 224, Page 15A. Digital image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  7. 1915 State Census for South Dakota, image viewed online (Ancestry, www.ancestry.com), Divide County, De Witt.
  8. United States World War I Draft Cards. National Archives, online images viewed at Ancestry.com, Duncan McLean, Divide County, North Dakota.
  9. 1920 Federal Census for United States, North Dakota, Williams County, Scorio Township, ED 244, Page 13B. Digital image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  10. 1925 State Census for South Dakota, image viewed online (Ancestry, www.ancestry.com), Williams County, Hanks, page 3.
  11. 1940 Federal Census for United States, North Dakota, Williams County, Hanks, ED 53-26, Sheet 1B. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  12. E-mails from Donna Rodenburg to J Kolthammer.
  13. County Marriage Records of Montana, 1865-1950. viewed at Family Search Historic Records & Images Online, Elden Douglas McLean & Elvina Gladys Anseth, 1946, #5064.