She was the wife of my 1st cousin 4x removed John McLean. Here's her obituary following her death in 1908.
St. Thomas Daily Times newspaper –Ontario, Canada Wed March 24, 1908
Mrs John McLean Dead
Well-known resident of St. Thomas for Upwards of Fifty Years Passes Away in Her Eightieth Year
A highly estimable lady passed away in the city this morning in the person of Mrs. Jane Ann McLean, wife of John McLean, barrister, at the family residence No. 32 St. George St. Mrs McLean had been in poor health for several years past, and on more than one occasion her conditions became so critical that her life was despaired of. Her wonderful vitality kept her up, however, and her friends and relatives hoped that this would again enable her to survive her recent severe illness. Yesterday her condition became so critical that the members of her family were called to her bedside and at four o’clock she passed peacefully away. The news of her death came as a shock to her numerous friends in the city and vicinity.
Mrs. McLean was born in Middlesex County eighty years ago. She was a daughter of the late Wm. Ward whose father Wm Ward was the first settler on the north side of the Thames River between London and Chatham. Mrs. McLean was married on Christmas Day 1855 and Mr. McLean being at that time a practicing lawyer in the city, they made their home here and have continued to do so ever since. Seven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. McLean but only two of these survive - Dr. Hugh C. McLean of Guelph and Mrs. Cameron, wife of W. K. Cameron, barrister.
Mrs. McLean possessed many kindly qualities which made her esteemed and respected by all whose privilege it was to share her acquaintance. She was a prominent worker in Knox Church and held many offices in the societies connected with that congregation.
The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon, at 1:30 o’clock from the family residence to the St. Thomas cemetery.