MCLEOD:

Alexander McLeod
, born 11 Dec 1773 at Dublin, Ireland, was the son of a soldier in the 42nd Highlanders who eventually came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled on the Nashwaak River in York County. Alexander moved to Sheffield, Sunbury County in 1796 and married Elizabeth Barker. In 1806 they moved to Saint John.

They had six children. Mentioned were:
1) Roderick McLeod who died in infancy
2) Annie McLeod did not marry
3) Sarah McLeod m. James Robertson
4) Margaret McLeod m. Albert Desbrisay and settled in Sackville
5) Wesley McLeod m. (1st) 1836 Amy Trueman and had one daughter, m. (2nd) 1840 Seraphina Trueman: later went to Newark, NJ
6) Alexander McLeod Jr. m. (1st) Sarah Trueman of Point de Bute, NB and had five children, m. (2nd) Georgina Hultz of Baltimore, USA.


PANB:MC80/45 Howard Trueman’s The Chignecto Isthmus and its first settlers, pages 174-177.