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Jean MacInnes Campbell

Jean MacInnes Campbell

2012 Jun

Jean MacInnes was born in 1936 in the 6th Concession of Kenyon Township to Peter MacInnes and Greta Kippen. She attended local schools in Baltics’ Corners, Cornwall and Maxville and finished her high school at Fisher Park in Ottawa. She attended Business School and was employed at Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and later as a […]

George Montgomery

George Montgomery

2010 Jun

George Montgomery was one of the best known pipers throughout the S.D.& G. Area. Throughout his piping years he played at just about every concert, fair, Orange Walk and parade as well as many weddings and funerals in the three United Counties. In 1910, George was in Vancouver on a harvest excursion and while there, […]

Agnes MacDonald

Agnes MacDonald

2009 Jun

As a performer, a teacher and an accompanist, Agnes MacDonald earned a reputation as a supporter of the Celtic music tradition of Glengarry. “When Agnes was of tender school age, her aptitude for music was noted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross teachers.”* Her parents purchased a piano and encouraged her in her musical […]

Ian MacLeod

2007 Jun

Ian has deep roots in his native Glengarry, where, along with his wife Karen and their three children, Scott, Ashley and Brad, he owns and operates a sixth generation dairy farm. He is the son of Alexander and Helen (Nixon) MacLeod. Ian has generously shared his musical talents for close to forty years, playing fiddle […]

John T. MacKenzie

2004 Jun

Major John T. MacKenzie was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and received his early education and piping instruction at the Queen Victoria Military School in Dunblane. Prior to the outbreak of war in 1939, he joined the Scots Guards and served throughout the campaign. He became P/M of the Scots Guards and Piper to the Royal […]