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The purpose of this website is to record and display, for family members only, the details of the Macauley and associated family trees.

The public area of this site lists the last names of relatives that appear on our family trees.

If you are able to contribute in any way, or feel that you may be a family member, please E-mail us.

The Macauley/McCauley family branch has been currently traced back to Robert Macauley, born circa 1845 around Enniskillen, Ireland. He had a sister Elizabeth, possibly a sister Margaret Rose, and perhaps other siblings. Robert may have gone to the Royal Pretora School in Enniskillen and later worked as stationmaster for the Irish Railway at Annagh Crossing.

Unfortunately the surname exists on various legal documents, over the last 150 years, as both "Macauley" & "McCauley".

Robert married Jane Redmond and they had eight children, Robert, William, George, Fred, Alexander, Adelaide, Edith & Leticia. 

We believe Jane died and Robert then married Annie E. (unknown last name). 

Robert emigrated to the US, joined the 7th Calvary, and retired/died in Algiers, Louisiana. Alexander Hubert and William emigrated to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada to work for the CPR/CNR.  Alexander died in a car accident, and William became my great grandfather.  George was killed in Galway Ireland while working for Marconi.  Edith stayed in Ireland and married Bartholomew Doyle.  Further research is required regarding Adelaide, Leticia, and Fred although we know that he emigrated to the United States and worked on a steamship travelling between New Orleans and the Yucatan.

The current family tree includes 600+ individuals, spread out from Ireland to France, Scotland, England, Canada & the United States.

A priority has been placed on locating Edith Macauley/McCauley, born April 29, 1910-12 in Winnipeg to William Macauley and Agnes (nee Todd), and who apparently married a man (a music or train conductor?) during World War II, moved to Los Angeles in the United States, and then disappeared. She may still be alive but in any case we ask for any info available - perhaps from her children or friends.

Any further info regarding this family tree will be welcomed. Personal data will not be published unless desired. Please email Bill.

Meanwhile visit some cousins at .......

The Mill B&B, Tavern and Cornloft Restaurant in Athlone, Ireland and the Skelligs Cottages in Ballinskelligs Bay, Ireland!

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