- Written by Scott Family Genealogist
Pat McGregor (nee Morin)
March 17, 1949 – April 19, 2019
It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Patricia Louise McGregor. Pat passed away on April 19, 2019 at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KGH) with her children by her side. Predeceased by loving husband and partner of over 40 years Gord McGregor. Daughter of the late Roger and Mabeth Morin. Loving mother of Jordan McGregor (Angela) and Elizabeth McGregor (Preston). Cherished sister of Nancy, Jackie (Paul), Robert (Venita) and the late Daniel Morin (Giselle). Treasured grandmother and Nana to Grayson, Ryker and Parker. She will be sadly missed by her nieces and nephews, Shereen, River, Warren, Chelsea, Ashley and Samantha. Pat will always be remembered for her kind and generous heart, her love for her children and grandchildren and for always opening her door for friends and family. Cremation has taken place. Burial will be at Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingson on Saturday May 4 2019 with a celebration of life to follow at Jordan's home. Donations made in her name to University Hospitals Kingston Foundation (KGH - Kidd 7 Acute Stroke Unit) would be appreciated.
Arrangements entrusted to the Paul G. Payne Funeral Home, 178 Main St., Odessa, Ontario K0H 2H0 (613-386-7373). Please share your memories and condolences to the family at www.paynefuneralhome.com
Burial and Celebration of Life
Date: Saturday May 4 2019
Time: 12:30 pm
Location: Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston
Celebration of life to follow at Jordan's house, Kingston Ontario
*** not everyone is expected at burial, but if you are able to stop by Jordy's place that would be wonderful
Please invite anyone I have missed as I don't have everyone on Facebook.
Please contact me with any questions.
Early this morning we lost my beautiful mama. Thank you to all friends and family who loved her and helped us through this tragic time. Otherwise I'm at a loss for words. Service details, etc will follow in the near future.
Rest in peace ma, you and dad are together again. I will miss you more than I could ever put into words. Fly high my angel xoxo 😘
- Elizabeth McGregor
For all of you who knew my mom, she was one-of-a-kind. She was the true aspiration behind me getting into real estate and if it weren’t for her I would not be where I am today. Mom had a stroke in January and unfortunately succumbed to infection and passed away on Friday. It’s not easy losing people you love, let alone both parents in as many years but at least they are together again. As you get older we see the people we love fade away into memory. Take a moment to be thankful for who you have around you and do not take their love for granted.
Give your parents a hug if you still can.
Love you Mom and Dad, until we meet again xoxo
- Jordan McGregor
- Written by Scott Web Administrator
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- Written by Stephanie Allen
Although many of us do not share the name Scott, we share the privilege of being part of the Scott clan. Traditionally, the family unit was the most important bond that drew people together. In the twentieth century, we have the ability to travel around the globe with relative ease; however, our ancestors generally lived and died in the same parish in which they were born, and likely the same parish in which their parents were born, and so on. It is that traditional geographic stability that makes the name Scott so interesting.
- Written by Barbara Ann Scott
Our branch of the Scott Clan comes from John Scott who married Agnes Mills. We are descended from their son, Joseph. Joseph became a Sea Captain sailing the seas in great schooners. Through his many travels as a Sea Captain, he met and married Ann Dupong who hailed from Ireland.
One son of Joseph and Ann, Hugh Dupong Scott met and married Elizabeth Logan on June 8 1899 in Scotland. Hugh came to Canada in 1914 to build ships for the Canadian Government in the First World War. His wife and family emigrated to Canada at the close of the war in 1918.
Now, come with me as we travel through time to see who your ancestors were and to the present to know who your relatives are...........
- Barbara Ann