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I was born with the name Mysie pronounced (Myzee) which is Gaelic for Margaret or Marion(?),,,anyway at the age of 30 or so I went with "Margaret"
I was born in Toronto,Ontario Canada, January 25th,1948 to William Angus E.Watson and Jean Grace Brodie) Murphy.
I was told that it was a name passed down in the matriarchal line,,,,for example my mother referred to my Aunt Marion Craig (Brodie) Murphy as your "Auntie Mysie". I was also told that it was a name given to the oldest girl, and my older sister Lynda said she is grateful she didn't get it because my mother was sick when she was born and my father William Angus E Watson named her Lynda.
Mysie is my legal first name on my birth certificate so I was surprised to see that my Auntie 'Mysie's' legal first name is Marion.
The first time I ever heard my name referenced to someone else (other than myself or my Aunt) was at the age of 19 when I was watching a movie about Bonnie Prince Charlie(actually the tv was just running in the background while I was doing something else and WOW,,,,what an experience to actually hear my unique name within that context. Mysie(in the movie) was a servant girl,,,alas no relation to 'Charlie
Michael Stern's family Grandparents Getzl(George) and Rose Stern,,,,emigrated to Toronto,Ontario Canada from Ostroweic. Left family behind that never had the chance for life here in this beautiful country of Canada
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Thanks for contacting me. Let me know more about your Orr ancestors. My Orr's came from County Down NI and my Great Grandparents settled in Goderich, Ontario, Canada.
Regards, Richard Orr
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