John Lorne McDougall, Auditor-General of the Dominion, is a son of the late John L. McDougall, senior, and Catharine Cameron, both of Highland pedigree. His father came from Argyleshire, Scotland, in 1821; was connected for several years with the Hudson Bay Company; afterwards settled in the County of Renfrew, Ontario, and was there engaged in
G.R. McDougall, dealer in musical instruments, sewing machines, sheet music, music books, and all musical supplies, No. 71 Douglas Street, established business in 1872. He was born in Ft. Edwards, N.Y., in 1824; removed to this city in 1856, and is one of the pioneers. He engaged in building, and the first year of his
Is a native of Scotland and was born in Isla, April 17, 1824. He was reared and educated in the land of his birth, and began farming for a livelihood after leaving school. In the summer of 1847 he gave up farming to take a position in the custom-house office under the United Kingdom. Mr.
Margaret Elizabeth Dix, 81, died Tuesday May 5, 2009, at Sun Terrace Assisted Care Facility in Hermiston. Mrs. Dix was born Aug. 6, 1927, in Portland, Ore., to Neil and Lydia McDougall. Margaret was an only child. She grew up in Portland, Ore. and married childhood friend Vance Dix on June 30, 1947. Vance and