Salt Spring Island Archives
Mary Davidson speaks about the McLennan Family

LOCATION: Central Hall
TOPIC: "The McLennan family of Salt Spring"
DETAILED TAPE GUIDE: yes
Mrs. Davidson talks about the origins of the McLennan family on Salt Spring in the 1880's, and their family and community life at Beaver Point to the present day. Mrs. Davidson does not mention her own central role in the creation of the SSI Archives in 1989.
SUBJECT LISTINGS;
I. DAVIDSON, MARY (nee McLennan)
II. THE MCLENNAN FAMILY
III. LOCALITY: BEAVER POINT
IV. BEAVER POINT
V. NAMES: McLennan family, Ruckle family, Trage family, Bulman
family, Allison family, Beddis family, Reynolds family,
Curley family, Patterson family, Ed Lee family,
Tom Lee family, Stevens family, Roland family
VI. RUCKLE FAMILY
VII. TRAGE FAMILY
VIII. BULMAN FAMILY
IX. ALLISON FAMILY
X. BEDDIS FAMILY
XI. REYNOLDS FAMILY
XII. CURLEY FAMILY
XIII. PATTERSON FAMILY
XIV. LEE, ED FAMILY
XV. LEE, TOM FAMILY
XVI. STEVENS FAMILY
XVII. ROLAND FAMILY
XVIII. BUILDINGS: Southdown farm, Glenshiel farm, Beaver Point
School, Burgoyne School, Patterson's store at
Beaver Point, White Lodge, Burgoyne Church,
St. Paul's Church
XIX. SCHOOLS: Beaver Point, Burgoyne
XX. BEAVER POINT SCHOOL
XXI. BURGOYNE SCHOOL
XXII. SOUTHDOWN FARM
XXIII. GLENSHIEL FARM of McLennan family
XXIV. PATTERSON' S STORE
XXV. THE WHITE LODGE
XXVI. CHURCHES: Burgoyne, St. Paul's
XXVII. BURGOYNE CHURCH
XXVIII. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
XXIX. POST OFFICE: Beaver Point
XXX. BEAVER POINT POST OFFICE
XXXI. BULMAN'S SAW MILL
XXXII. SAWMILLS: BULMAN'S
XXXIII. SALT SPRING ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY ADDRESS:
Jan. 9, 1990