Christina McLean1,2

#473, (1867 - )
FatherJohn McLean1,3 (c 1821 - 1903)
MotherFlora McKinnon1,3 (1832 - 1924)
RelationshipsGranddaughter of Hector McLean
Granddaughter of Angus McKinnon
ChartsAngus McKinnon & Mary McFadyen's children & grandchildren
Angus McKinnon & Mary McFadyen - 5 generations of descendants
Hector McLean & Mary McGillivray's children & grandchildren
Hector McLean & Mary McGillivray - 5 generations of descendants

Children of Christina McLean and John Malcolm

Life Events

BirthChristina McLean was born on 29 Jul 1867 in Ontario.4,1
 
(with Parents) 1871 CensusChristy Bella appeared on the 1871 Census of Bruce Township, Bruce County, Ontario with her parents. She was 3, born in Ontario, and Church of Scotland.1 
(with Parents) 1881 CensusChristian [sic] appeared on the 1881 Census of Bruce Township, Bruce County, Ontario with her parents. She was 12, born in Ontario, Canada Presbyterian, of Scotch origin, and was going to school.5 
Research Note Christina appears to have been enumerated twice in the 1891 census. 
(Other) 1891 CensusChristina McLean appeared on the 1891 Census of Winnipeg, Manitoba, lodging in the household of John and Catherine Simpson. Christina was 22, born in Ontario, parents born in Ontario, religion Presbyterian. No relationship was recorded but she was probably Catherine's sister.6 
(with Parents) 1891 CensusChristy appeared on the 1891 Census of Bruce Township, Bruce County, Ontario with her parents. She was 21, born in Ontario, Canada Presbyterian, father born in Ontario, and mother born in Scotland.3 
MarriageChristina McLean married John Malcolm on 3 Oct 1894 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.7,8
 
Newspaper Published 31 Oct 1894 in the Daily Nor'Wester.
Marriages registered during October [included] Rev. Dr. Duval - Oct. 3, Christina McLean and John Malcolm.9
 
1901 CensusJohn and Teena appeared on the 1901 Census of Carman, Manitoba. John was 33, born 9 March 1868 in Ontario and was an agent who worked 12 months for $900. Teena was 30 and born 1 July 1870 in Ontario. Their children were Roy A (5), Clifford J (4), and Howard J (1). The family was of Scotch origin and Presbyterian.4 
(Mentioned) ObituaryShe was mentioned in her brother Duncan McLean's 1902 obituary as Mrs. J. Malcolm of Red Deer.10
Duncan McLean obituary
(Winnipeg) Morning Telegram
(Subject) Photograph11
John McLean and two unnamed sisters in Winnipeg
[could be Catherine Simpson or Flora Simpson or Christina Malcolm]
1906 CensusJno and Christina appeared on the 1906 Census of Parkvale, Alberta, at Mann Street, enumerated 24 Jun 1906. John was 37 and born in Ontario. Christina was 35 and born in Ontario. Their children were Roy A (12), J Clifford (10), James H (7), and F Alberta (2).12 
1911 CensusJohn and Christina appeared on the 1911 Census of Red Deer, Alberta, at 1st Street N. John was 43, born in March 1868 in Ontario, Scotch, Presbyterian, working on his own account as a Real Estate agent in an office, and had $6750 life insurance costing $190. Christina was 39, born in July [year not stated] in Ontario, of Scotch origin and Presbyterian. Their children were Andrew R (16), John C (14), James H (10), Alberta F (7), and Anna E (2). Also there was John A McLean (37, commercial traveller) [marked as a son but likely Christina's brother].13 
1916 CensusJohn and Tena appeared on the 1916 Census of Red Deer, Alberta, at Highland Park, enumerated 1 Jun 1916. John was 46, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, of English origin, and worked as an Insurance Agent in an office. Tena was 43, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, and of English origin [sic].Their children were Roy (20), Clifford (18), Howard (15), Alberta (13), and Anna Alva (7). Roy and Clifford were serving overseas. Also with them was Tena's widowed mother Flora McLean (84).14 
1921 CensusJohn and Christina appeared on the 1921 Census of Red Deer, Alberta, at Michener Hill. They owned their 9 room wood house. John was 54, born in Ontario, mother in Scotland, father in USA, and he worked in the real estate & insurance business. Christina was 53, born in Ontario, father in Ontario, mother in Scotland. Their children were Clifford J (25, life insurance agent), Howard J (20, salesman), Alberta Florence (17, student), and Anna Elva (12, student). The first two children were born in Manitoba, the others in Alberta. The family was Presbyterian.15 
Newspaper Published 16 Jan 1924 in the Red Deer News.

Mrs John Malcolm left last Wednesday for Waterloo, Iowa, where she will visit her son Roy and Mrs Malcolm. On reaching Calgary Mrs Malcolm learned that Mrs Cliff Malcolm had passed through a serious operation for appendicitis and she remained there until danger was over.16
 
Residence-Moved In 1926, Christina and presumably John moved to Vancouver, British Columbia.7 
Photograph11
Inscription on the back of the undated photo: "This is a snap a [sic] took of the three generations - Aunt Tena, Clifford, Jackie"
These would be Christina McLean Malcolm (b1867), her son Clifford (b1896), & his son Jack
[The original print is approx 2" wide and very faded]
(Witness) Marriage Christina Malcolm witnessed the marriage of her son Howard James (Curtis) Malcolm and Eileen Edith Ashbee on 31 Jan 1931 in Central Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, British Columbia. She signed as Cahristina Malcolm of 2049 McDonald Street in Vancouver.17,18 
(Mentioned) ObituaryMr and Mrs John Malcolm of 2343 Stephens Street, Vancouver were mentioned in their daughter Alberta's 1932 obituary.19 
Photograph20
Christina McLean & her husband John Malcolm
DirectoryJohn and Christina Malcolm were listed in the 1942 directory at 4, 1035 West 14th Avenue in Vancouver.21 
(Informant) DeathChristina Malcolm registered the 1942 death of her husband John in Vancouver.7 
(Mentioned) ObituaryShe was mentioned in John Malcolm's 1942 obituary but not by name.22 
Photograph11
Siblings John Archibald McLean
& Christina McLean Malcolm
Vancouver, date not recorded
(Mentioned) ObituaryShe was mentioned in John Archibald McLean's 1947 obituary as sister Mrs. John Malcolm in Vancouver.23 
DeathChristina died before 1956.
(not mentioned in son's obituary)
Have not found an entry in the BC death registrations.24 
Last Edited27 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. 1871 Census for Canada "Ontario, North Bruce (28), Bruce Tp (a-2), page 51."
  2. Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", children's births."
  3. Online image of the 1891 Census for Canada (viewed at Ancestry.com), Ontario, Bruce West (53), Bruce Township (a-2), page 45.
  4. Online image of the 1901 Census for Canada, Manitoba, Lisgar (#7), Carman Village (J-1), page 10. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com.
  5. Online image of the 1881 Census for Canada (viewed at Ancestry.com), Ontario, Bruce North (177), a-1, page 6.
  6. Online image of the 1891 Census for Canada (viewed at Ancestry.com), Manitoba,Winnipeg City (10), Ward 3 (c), page 4.
  7. Death certificate registered in the Province of British Columbia, John Malcolm, #1942-09-614319.
  8. Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", #001912, John Malcolm & Christina McLean."
  9. Daily Nor'Wester (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Malcolm/McLean marriage, 31 October 1894. image online at Manitobia Life and Times, at the Manitoba Archives site.
  10. Obituary of Duncan McLean in Morning Telegram (Winnipeg, Manitoba), 5 August 1902. image online at Manitobia Life and Times, at the Manitoba Archives site.
  11. E-mails from Allison McLean to J Kolthammer, beginning July 2010.
  12. Online image of the 1906 Census for Northwest Provinces (Library and Archives Canada, http://www.collectionscanada.ca/02/020122_e.html), Alberta, Strathcona District, Sub-District 44, Page 24.
  13. Online image of the 1911 Census for Canada, Alberta, Red Deer (5), Red Deer (83), page 17. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com.
  14. Online image of the 1916 Census for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta (Ancestry.ca), Alberta, District Red Deer City, Subdistrict 14, ED 41, Page 40.
  15. Online image of the 1921 Census for Canada, Alberta, Red Deer, SD 51, Page 27. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
  16. Red Deer News, 16 January 1924, Page 1. Local News. Digital copy online at Peel's Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.
  17. Death certificate of Howard James Malcolm, died 25 September 1956, registered 28 September 1956 in the Province of British Columbia, Certificate #56-09-010633.
  18. Marriage certificate of Howard James Malcolm and Eileen Edith Ashbee, married 31 January 1931 in the Province of British Columbia, Certificate #31-09-389528.
  19. Obituary of Alberta Malcolm in The Vancouver Sun, 29 Sep 1932. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.
  20. E-mails from Donna Rodenburg to J Kolthammer.
  21. British Columbia directories on the Vancouver Public Library website.
  22. Obituary of John Malcolm in Vancouver Sun, 5 November 1942. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.
  23. Obituary of John Archibald McLean in unidentified Bruce County newspaper, 5 June 1947. Transcription from Betty McKinnon, Kincardine.
  24. Obituary of Howard James (Curtis) Malcolm in Vancouver Sun, 1956.
  25. Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", Andrew Roy Malcolm, #1895,006882 (mother's maiden name Tena McLean)."
  26. Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", John Clifford Malcolm, #1897,005575 (mother's maiden name Lena McLean)."
  27. Death certificate of Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm, died 28 September 1932, registered 29 September 1932 in the Province of British Columbia, Certificate #1932-09-43082.
  28. Death certificate of Carell Haynes, died 14 December 1964, registered in the Province of British Columbia, Certificate #64-09-015753.