James Law, born c1735, probably in Ireland, married, after 5 Sep 1761, Sarah Wethered, the daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Thornton) Wethered. They settled at Pointe de Bute in Westmorland County, NB. They may have had a son and daughter born in the 1760’s.
PANB:MC3/109 Louise Walsh Throop’s Early Settlers of Cumberland Township, Nova Scotia in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, p. 270: Sarah Wethered was the sister of Samuel Wethered and Catherine (Wethered) Dickson.
James Law, born in 1822 in Ireland, died in 1882. He married (1st), Eliza Anne Kidston, born 1825, the daughter of William and Elizabeth (Dawson) Kidston. Eliza died in 1861. He married (2nd), Sophia Wood.
1) Robert Law b. 1853, d. 1902, m. Isabel Brown b. 1861, d. 1893: had 6 children
2) William Kidston Law: a doctor who returned to Ireland
3) John Law
4) Andrew Bonar Law b. 20 Sep 1858, d. Oct 1923, married Annie Robley and had 6 children
5) Mary Law b. 1860, died 1929.
PANB:MC1/Law, 2 pages: Andrew Bonar Law became prime minister of England: for more data on him see PANB:MC1/7 Edward L. Gallagher’s History of old Kingston and Rexton, pages 29-30.