Mary McRae sailed for New Zealand on the emigrant ship "Hydaspes" in 1872. Recently widowed, she took with her her four
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Content by: Alan K. McRae John MacRae licensee of the Sir Colin Campbell Inn. As President of the Clan
Just around 1840, the time when William Rutherford was setting up his cellars in Niddry Street, Edinburgh (see Rutherford and the
Content by: Ian McRae From the 14th century on, the Lowlanders were mostly speakers of Scots (an English dialect) and the
Content by: Alan K. McRae My mother Iris Olive McRae always had a fascination for Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae as her father
Submitted by Ray MacRae Ewan MacRae was born possibly on the ship “William Nichol” or at Greendale on the Nepean River
IN FLANDERS FIELD In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place; and in
Content by: Alan K. McRae This photo was taken in either 1944 or 1945 during World War II when Gordon McRae
Content by: Michael Smith A number of years ago upon visiting the Australian War Memorial in Canberra I made enquiries as
Content by: Alan K. McRae Ken McRae was living in the small northern New South Wales town of Uralla when war