Elizabeth (Leslie) Mcdonald

(died 1871)

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Elizabeth (Leslie)
1871
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1871
Sandhurst, VIC Australia
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Sandhurst, Australia
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Elizabeth Leslie Mcdonald married Charles Calder Mcdonald, and they gave birth to Charles Calder Mcdonald II. She, mother to 1 child, died in 1871 in Sandhurst, VIC Australia.
Updated: October 24, 2020
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Elizabeth Leslie Mcdonald, mother to 1 child, died in 1871 in Sandhurst, VIC Australia. She married Charles Calder Mcdonald, and they gave birth to Charles Calder Mcdonald II.

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In 1809, on March 4th, James Madison was inaugurated as the fourth President of the United States. Madison ended his inaugural address with "gratitude towards people in the past who had done so much for the United States, and wished the best for the future of this young thriving country".

In 1828, on April 20th, French explorer René Caillié became the first non-Muslim to enter Timbuktu and to later return alive. He gave Europeans a first hand description of the city. He was awarded a prize of 10,000 francs for his trip - offered by the Société de Géographie.

In 1845, on January 23rd, the US Congress created a uniform date for federal elections. From that date on, they were held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November - the date when Presidential elections are held currently.

In 1859, on April 25th, the Suez Canal Company began construction of the Suez Canal. It took 10 years to complete the canal.

In 1871, in the year of Elizabeth Leslie Mcdonald's passing, on October 8th, 4 major fires started on the shores of Lake Michigan - in Chicago (Illinois), Peshtigo (Wisconsin), Holland (Michigan) and Manistee (Michigan). The Chicago fire is the most well known of them because it left almost 100,000 people homeless. But the Peshtigo Fire killed around 2,500 people. The casualty count made it the deadliest fire in US history.

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