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151 "Friendship, L.I., Me" Munro, Hazel Jane (I12746)
 
152 "Friendship, L.I., Me" Munro, Sidney Freeman (I12766)
 
153 "Front of Yonge Twp, Leeds Co, ON" Munro, James (I53288)
 
154 "Front of Yonge Twp. Leeds Co, ON" Munro, John Simon (I53292)
 
155 "Gallston, Scotland"

Estimate: Margaret's birth date is an estimate based on the birth date of her son, Hugh. 
Munro, Margaret (I2465)
 
156 "Hillsdale" Perry, Marguerite (I53576)
 
157 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I57196)
 
158 "Hope, DeAnn County, Arkansas" King, Harriet (I57044)
 
159 "Hope, DeAnn County, Arkansas" Samuel, Richard Pratt (I57727)
 
160 "Igreja de Carnaxide, Oeiras" Diniz, Carlos Anjos Joyce Eng (I58712)
 
161 "Indianola, Wayne Co., Iowa, USA" Haworth, Mary Jay (I59398)
 
162 "Invernes, Peltey, Scotland" Monro, Angus (I6760)
 
163 "Ira" Walter Bechsted died 30 March 1947. He was a professional photographer in Iroqois. His obituary, published in the Cornwall Freeholder 7 April 1947, listed his death as 30 March. He had a large patronage as an artist, and during the period between the death of S.B. Fell and the coming of George Smith did work for many Morrisburg people, to most of whom he was "Ira Walter", the surname unused.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Beckstead, Ira Walter (I30041)
 
164 "Ispeming, Michigan" Bargh, Thomas Marriott (I6810)
 
165 "Ithaca, Tomp. Co., NY" Family F21070
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I60622)
 
167 "Ithaca, Tompkins, NY" Babcock, Monroe Cappel (I60628)
 
168 "Ithaca, Tompkins, NY" Hollister, Doris Louise (I60629)
 
169 "Ithaca, Tompkins, NY" Hollister, Doris Louise (I60629)
 
170 "Jam. Dinw. Jr., Cem." Gilbert, Samuel Jr. (I60426)
 
171 "Jimmy was killed in when he got too close to an oil fire that his dad was making." (per Mabel Whisselethorp) Stokeld, James Donald (I33394)
 
172 "John abroad".

Ref: The Munro Tree (1734) - P/2

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Munro, John (I12155)
 
173 "Johnstown, Fulton, NY" Place, Mary Elizabeth (I59331)
 
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I22600)
 
175 "Kiltearn" - Mormon Library Film 6902457 Printout 6902457 Munro, Margaret (I53215)
 
176 "Kinnesswood, Kinross, Scotland" Munro, Alan Sinclair MacKenzie (I59300)
 
177 "Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA" Pierce, Elizabeth (I57069)
 
178 "Leeburge, Louden Co., Va." Crump, Maj. James Bushrod (I24136)
 
179 "Levelland, Lamb Co., Texas" Monroe, Georgia Anna (I20820)
 
180 "Levelland, Lamb Co., Texas" Frey, William Edger (I57562)
 
181 "Liff & Benvie, Forfarshire" Family F19243
 
182 "Lima Twp, near Chelsea, MI" Munro, Mary Lovinia (I15249)
 
183 "Long Leaf, Rapides Parish, LA" Monroe, James Anthony (I32763)
 
184 "Lorn and Morven, Argyle, Scotland" Gilledomanson, Gillebrehde (I55633)
 
185 "Lower Arboll, Tarbat, Ross-shire" Munro, Alexander (I59706)
 
186 "Macopin Twsp (West Milford) New Jersey" Fitzgerald, Harriet (I6794)
 
187 "Maddy" is listed as "White" on the 1936 Blackfoot census. The Jackson "step-children" listed are probably the children of Hugh's previous marriage to Theo Hamilton.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996

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Maddy (I31153)
 
188 "Main & Eichel" Monroe, Marjorie Jeanne (I20165)
 
189 "Mason City, Hancock Co. IA" Brate, Hattie Mae (I53235)
 
190 "Menmuir Forfarshire" Monro, Rev. Alexander (I59717)
 
191 "Mid-Swordale, Kiltearn Par., Scotland"

Estimate: This birth date is an estimate based on the birth dates of nearest relatives or contemporaries, or based on other clues such as christening date, marriage date, birth order, etc. 
Munro, William of Mid-Swordale (I209)
 
192 "Millport, Isle of Cumbria, Scotland"

Error alert: The reference says Alexander died at age 67 but the birth and death dates given in the reference indicate that he died at agel 71. 
Munro, Alexander (I59558)
 
193 "Mills land Bucklemaker Wund Dundee Angus Scotland" Munro, Alexander (I58372)
 
194 "Monroe, Alexander. Probably from Inverness. To Georgia, 1736. Settled New Inverness, McIntosh County. Planter. Left colony, 1740."

(From "A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A." Compiled & Edited by Donald Whyte)

"As early as Jan 1739...a petition from the citizens of New Inverness... signed by eighteen men of New Inverness, headed by their chief, John Morh McIntosh...this was the first protest in all history against the employment of slaves..."

(From "The Golden Isles of Georgia" by Caroline Couper Lovell)

"3 Jan 1738/9 Petition of the Settlers and Freeholders at Darien against the introducing Negroes into Georgia.

"We are informed that our neighbors in Savannah have petitioned your Excellency for the liberty of having Slaves: We hope & earnestly intreat, that before such proposals are hearken'd to, your Excellency will consider our situation, and of what dangerous and bad consequences such liberty would be of to us for many reasons...

"5. It is shocking to human nature, that any race of mankind and their posterity, should be sentenc'd to perpetual slavery, nor in justice can we think otherwise of it, than that they are thrown amongst us to be our scourge one day or other for our sins: and as freedom to them must be as dear as to us, what a scene of horrour must it bring about! And the longer it is un-executed, the bloody scene must be the greater.

"We therefore for our own sake, our wives and children, and our posterity, beg your consideration, and intreat, that instead of introducing slaves, you will put us in the way to get us some of our countrymen, who with their labour in time of peace, and our vigilance if we are invaded, with help of those, will render it a difficult thing to hurt us or that part of the Province which we possess. We will ever pray for your Excellency, and are with all submission
Yr. Excellency's most obliged humble servts."

(From the "Egmont Papers" at University of Georgia Libraries - Manuscript Division.)

The above petition was signed by Alexander Munro and 17 of his neighbors on 3 Jan 1738/9.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Elder, Charlotte

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The following is a transcription of RW Munro's genealogy notes:

[Alexander Munro] «i»along with William Munro, was one of the Highlanders settled in Darien, Georgia under Gen. Ogelthorpe who signed a petition (against the inroduction of slavery) in favour of the Georgia Trustees, dated New Inverness, 3 Jan 1739. ?Same as Alexander Monroe who arrived at Darien in Georgia 1736 with wife & child, & after many hardships left 1740 (acc. to his declaration printed in Georgia Hist. Colln'.) See Wm (fl 1739).

J.P. MacLean, Highlanders in America, pp. 156-7, 158-9, 166 (from Georgia Hist. Coll vol.II, pp. 115 etc.); A.M. Mackintosh, Mackintoshes & Clan Chattan (1903), p. 385 note; 'Eagle Flyer' (winter 1998) p. 2; RWM memo to U.S. genealogist Charlotte Elder, 31 August 1979; Clan Munro Magazine ix 4; [G. Donaldson, Scots Overseas, p. 61]; I.C.C. Graham, Colonists From Scotland, p. 138 re petition.
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Munro, Alexander (I4831)
 
195 "Montgomery, Pike County Alabama" Hardcastle, Hugh (I53088)
 
196 "Moran, Allen City"

Estimate: This birth date is an estimate based on the birth dates of nearest relatives or contemporaries, or based on other clues such as christening date, marriage date, birth order, etc. 
Southwick, Rev. Florence (I12835)
 
197 "Mr. C. W. Monroe and Miss Alice B. Benton, daughter of Jas. M. Benton, Esq., were united Wednesday evening last, Rev. Mr. Tyler officiating. They were attended by Mr. H. C. Hoge and Miss Ella Dishman." - Deputy Sheriff, Loudoun County, Virginia Family F8345
 
198 "Mrs. Clark Bennet"

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Adams, Jean (I54284)
 
199 "Much distressing to [President james] Monroe was the discovery that his younger brother Joseph had married the daughter of James Kerr of Charlottsville without consulting him; marriage to a social inferior and while Joseph was still a minor." Family F1146
 
200 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I59065)
 

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