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                  McLEAN, WILLIAM JAMES (Big Bear)
                   
                   July 1867 at Fort Simpson (N.W.T.), daughter of William James McLean
                   
                  the twelve children of William McKay and Mary Bunn, who were both of mixed blood; brother of Joseph William McKay*; m. 4 Aug
                   
                   April 1859 in Campbellton, N.B., son of William Crocket, a noted educator, and Marion Caldwell; m
                  general store and a sawmill 12 miles south, at what is now the centre of Chipman. He operated the business as G. G. and W. C. King, in partnership with his brother. After William C. King died, it was
                   
                   Feb. 1883 Catherine Elizabeth McLean (d. 1931) in Mono Township, Ont., and they had seven sons
                   1856 in Boonville, southwest of Des Moines, Iowa, son of Joseph William Lane, a farmer, and Julia Pidgeon; m
                  boy, who struggled in school, dreamed of going west to follow in the footsteps of his grandmother’s brothers Charles and William Bent, pioneer western fur traders. In 1880, just before his 16th
                   
                  and the environment. In several reports, his strengths of character and personality are also noted. “He is not only the most expert of woodsmen and hunters,” stated Professor William Francis
                  13 children of John Parkin and Elizabeth McLean; m
                   March the territorial premier, Frederick William Gordon Haultain
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