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William MacLean (1827-?), oldest child of Mary and Angus MacLean, married Flora MacLean (1836-?) of Belfast. William was a banker, merchant, and Clerk to the Commissioners for Small Debts in 1864. Their oldest child, Angus Alexander (1854-1946) was educated at the Belfast district school, Prince of Wales College, and Harvard Law School. Angus' first wife, daughter of John Yeo, died in 1897. His second wife was Frances H. Longworth of Charlottetown. Angus was as a member of the Legislative Assembly (1888-1890) and in 1894 was appointed Queens Council.
Samuel MacLean (1848-1924), married Katherine Warmington and was a farmer and master Marnier. Samuel received his master sea-going certificate (#795) on 26 November 1875, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He sailed for the Peake Bros. of Charlottetown on the Brigantine "Zinga" from 1 May 1877 to 11 December 1882, after which he moved to Quincy, Massachusetts. He and Katherine had ten children. Captain Samuel MacLean is the great-grandfather of Ann Alexander.