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Daniel McKenzie

Daniel McKenzie was born in Allegany County, Maryland on May 3, 1817. (1) He married Sarah (Sallie) Spencer on 27 MAR 1847 in Allegany County. Together they had six children (2):

1.Hannah McKenzie (3)
Born 1847

2.Henry McKenzie
Born 1849

3.John Franklin (Frank) McKenzie
Born 1852
Married Mary Virginia Smith 29 MAR 1877
Had children Annie, Nettie May and George Newton
Died 27 OCT 1916 in Ridgeley, West Virginia

4.Louisa Jeannette "Nettie" McKenzie
Born 1853
Married Henry Alexander 20 MAR 1888

5.George McKenzie (4)
Born 1855
Married Mary Margaret Hershberger 16 FEB 1887
Had children Joseph Fernoa, John, Leo C., James L., Emory Melvin, Francis S., George Henry, William L. and Carrie Rebecca
Died 1940

6.Joseph Newton McKenzie
Born 1858

According to the 1850 federal census (5) Daniel McKenzie was working as a farm laborer. The census listed his age at twenty-eight, which would have meant that he was born in 1822. His wife?s age was listed as being twenty-one. When the 1860 census was taken (6), he was still working as a farmhand, but his age was listed as being 43 (which would have placed his birth year in 1817), which is inconsistent with the age listed in the 1850 census since only ten years had passed. He was still working as a farmhand. The total value of personal property he owned was worth $200.00. Insofar as his age is concerned, the 1870 census lists his age as being fifty-two. Two out of three census records available to researchers reflect that he was born in either 1817 or 1818.

Daniel McKenzie and Sarah were still alive when the 1870 census was taken. (7) They were living adjacent to the farm owned by Meshack Frost. Daniel?s occupation was listed as farmhand and Sarah (Sallie) was noted as ?keep(ing) house?. Their oldest son, Henry, age twenty was working as a railroad hand. John Franklin McKenzie, their second son, age eighteen, was living on the farm that belonged to Meshack Frost and was working as a farmhand. (8) Other children listed as living at home were Louisa, age fifteen, George, age fourteen and Joseph, age twelve. When you compare the 1870 census data with the 1860 census, the children's ages correlate fairly closely although the names are different, e.g., "Newton", age two, is listed on the 1860 census, whereas "Joseph", age twelve, is listed on the 1870 census. "John F." appears on the 1860 census yet he used the name "Frank" on the 1870 census. "Annette", age seven is listed on the 1860 whereas "Louisa" age fifteen is listed on the 1870 census. Louisa is later listed in the 1880 census, but there is no reference to "Annette" in any other census. (9)

One additional fact that demonstrates that Daniel McKenzie was the son of Aaron McKenzie (b. 1792) flows from an analysis of the 1850 and 1860 census. The 1850 census listing for Aaron and his wife, Hannah, show them living next to the Welsh family, consisting of John, his wife Rebecca, and their children, William, Mary E., Charity and Harriet W. Turning to the 1860 census, however, Aaron and Hannah are no longer living next to the Welshes, which coincides with the fact that Aaron and Hannah had moved to Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia). Interestingly, the family living next to the Welshes in 1860 was Daniel and Sallie McKenzie, and their children Hannah, Henry, John F., Annette, George and Newton. Based upon the census records, it appears that Aaron and Hannah moved to Virginia and their son, Daniel and his family moved into the house in which they had been living. When you combine this analysis with the fact that Daniel and Sarah named their first child Hannah (after Daniel?s mother) and add in the information from J.F. Grant?s letter written in 1929, it establishes that the father of Daniel McKenzie was Aaron (b. 1792).

The 1880 census shows Daniel McKenzie, age 64 and Sallie, age 60, still living in Enumeration District 7, which would have been in the southern portion of Allegany County near Rawlings. His occupation was still that of farmhand and Sallie was still keeping house. Their daughter, Louisa G., age 28, was still living at home. (10)

Daniel McKenzie died 23 SEPT 1896 (11) and is buried in the Cresaptown United Methodist Church Cemetery, Cresaptown, Maryland. (12)

Endnotes

1.According to information supplied by Bobbie Holt McKenzie, Kearny, Nebraska, she obtained his birth date from the published records of the Cresaptown United Methodist Church Cemetary (apparently from his gravestone) Daniel McKenzie, b. May 3, 1817, d. 23 Sept 1896, age 79 years, 4 months, and 20 days. Wife Sallie E. 1829-1899. Hazel Hackrote, a self-styled historian of Allegany County told Bobbie Holt McKenzie that Daniel was raised a Catholic but fell in love with a Protestant girl and defied his family to marry her. Also, Michael A. McKenzie located his obituary, see footnote 114, infra, in July, 2000 and it confirmed that he died in 1896 at the age of 79.

2.J.F. Grant also told Col. Gabriel T. MacKenzie the identity of the children born to Daniel and Sarah. Daniel once again was referred to as ?Daniel IV? in Col. MacKenzie?s notes thereby tying him to the preceding generations.

3.As part of the information tying these generations together, note that Daniel and Sarah named their first daughter ?Hannah?. Daniel?s mother also was named Hannah.

4.The 1880 Federal Census, LDS film number 1,254,493, Maryland, Allegany County, shows George and his brother, Newton, living as boarders in the home of Roland and Nancy Dayton in Election District 7.

5.1850 Federal Census, LDS film number 013, 194, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6, page 138 in book.

6.1860 Federal Census, LDS film number 803, 456, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6, Post Office Cumberland, Maryland, page 202 in the book.

7.1870 Federal Census, LDS film number 552, 066. Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6, Post Office Cumberland, Maryland.

8.The entry for "Frank" McKenzie appears on the same 1870 census page as the one for his father, Daniel.

9.Daniel McKenzie?s obituary, see footnote 114, infra, lists his surviving children as follows: J. Newton (this perhaps may be the Joseph referenced above), Henry, John F., George, Mrs. Nettie Alexander (Annette) and Mrs. Thomas Lancaster (perhaps Hannah, although more research will have to be done to confirm).

10.1880 Federal Census, LDS film number 1,254,493, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 7, Enumeration District 7

11.Daniel McKenzie?s obituary appeared in the Cumberland Times, as follows:

McKenzie 24 Sep 1896 Mr. Daniel McKenzie of Cresaptown died yesterday at his residence, aged 79 years. His widow and these children survive; J Newton of Cumberland; Henry of Quicksburg VA; John F. of Rawlings; George of Cresaptown; Mrs. Nettie Alexander and Mrs. Thomas Lancaster of Midland. The funeral is Friday from the ME Church with Rev J M Gillum.

12.Research of Ray Leidinger, Cumberland, Maryland (unconfirmed by the author). Ray Leidinger wrote to the author in April, 1999 and advised that he personally viewed the tombstones of Daniel and Sallie Spencer McKenzie approximately ten years earlier and believed that the tombstones would still be visible today. Sallie Spencer McKenzie died 4 May 1899.

Daniel Mckenzie
United States Census, 1880
Name:Daniel Mckenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1880
Event Place:Rawlings, Allegany, Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:64
Marital Status:Married
Race:White
Race (Original):W
Occupation:Farm Hand
Relationship to Head of Household:Self
Relationship to Head of Household (Original):Self
Birth Year (Estimated):1816
Birthplace:Maryland, United States
Father's Birthplace:Maryland, United States
Mother's Birthplace:Maryland, United States
Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number:T9
Affiliate Film Number:0493
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Daniel MckenzieSelfM64Maryland, United States
Sallie MckenzieWifeF60Maryland, United States
Louisa G MckenzieDaughterF28Maryland, United States
District: 7 , Sheet Number and Letter: 156D , GS Film Number: 1254493 , Digital Folder Number: 004241596 , Image Number: 00316

Daniel Mckenzie
United States Census, 1870
Name:Daniel Mckenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1870
Event Place:Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:52
Race:White
Race (Original):W
Birth Year (Estimated):1817-1818
Birthplace:Maryland
Page Number:88
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Daniel MckenzieM52Maryland
Sallie MckenzieF42Maryland
Henry MckenzieM20Maryland
Louisa MckenzieF15Maryland
George MckenzieM14Maryland
Joseph MckenzieM12Maryland
Household ID: 627 , Line Number: 10 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552065 , Digital Folder Number: 004269448 , Image Number: 00476

Daniel Mc Kenzie
United States Census, 1860
Name:Daniel Mc Kenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1860
Event Place:The 6th District, Allegany, Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:43
Race:White
Birth Year (Estimated):1817
Birthplace:Maryland
Page:202
Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number:M653
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Daniel Mc KenzieM43Maryland
Sarah Mc KenzieF38Maryland
Hannah Mc KenzieF13Maryland
Henry Mc KenzieM11Maryland
John F Mc KenzieM9Maryland
Annette Mc KenzieF7Maryland
George Mc KenzieM5Maryland
Newton Mc KenzieM2Maryland
Household ID: 1444 , GS Film Number: 803456 , Digital Folder Number: 004231316 , Image Number: 00206 
McKenzie, Daniel (I01251)
 
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Loyola Ignatius (Olen) MCKENZIE (Francis Patrick-3, Samuel J.-2, John M.-1) was born on 10 Feb 1867 in Maryland.

1900 Census

Loyola Mckenzie Home in 1900: Johnson, Garrett, Maryland Age: 34 Estimated birth year: 1866 Birthplace: Maryland, Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Son Occupation: Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Johnson, Garrett, Maryland; Roll: T623 623; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 45.

MCKENZIE, SARAH HEAD DEC. 1847 52 MD MD PA
MCKENZIE, LOYOLA SON FEB. 1866 34 MD MD MD FARM LABORER
MCKENZIE, NOAH SON SEPT 1878 31 MD MD MD MINER COAL
MCKENZIE, LUCINDA DGHT JUNE 1879 21 MD MD MD SERVANT
MCKENZIE, CORDELIA DGHT APR 1881 19 MD MD MD SERVANT
MCKENZIE, LUCY DGHT DEC 1884 15 MD MD MD
MCKENZIE, PETER SON JAN 1887 13 MD MD MD
MCKENZIE, George SON JUN 1874 24 MD MD MD Wood CHOPPER
MCKENZIE, ROSA D IN LAW MAR 1879 21 MD MD MD
MCKENZIE, FRANCIS G-DGHT JUNE 1900 4/12 MD MD MD
CHILD 1

1910 Census

Olen Mckenzie Age in 1910: 43 Estimated birth year: 1866 Birthplace: Maryland Home in 1910: 9-DIST, Garrett, Maryland Neighbors: Race: White Gender: Male Series: T624 Roll: 565 Part: 2 Page: 151A Year: 1910

MCKENZIE, OLEN HEAD 43 MD MD MD GENERAL FARM
MCKENZIE, ANNIE E WIFE 25 MD MD GER
MCKENZIE, ROSELLA DGHT 2 MD MD MD
Loyolend Mckenzie Age: 53 years Estimated birth year: abt 1867 Birthplace: Maryland
Race: White

Home in 1920: Johnsons, Garrett, Maryland Home owned: Image: 902 Image Source: Year: 1920; Census Place: Johnsons, Garrett, Maryland; Roll: T625_673; Page: 2 A; Enumeration District: 111; Image: 902.

MCKENZIE, LOYOLA HEAD 53 MD PA MD FARMER
MCKENZIE, ANNIE E WIFE 35 MD MD MD
MCKENZIE, ROSELLA DGHT 11
MCKENZIE, BAYARD A SON 8
MCKENZIE, Howard I SON 6
MCKENZIE, SYLVESTOR SON 3 11/12

He was christened on 5 Jun 1867 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. BAPTISMS ST MICHAEL CATHOLIC CHURCH, FROSTBURG MD MSA M 3743 1852-1910

MCKENZIE, LOYOLA IGNATIUS of Francis McKenzie and Sarah McKenzie b: 10 Feb 1867 c: 6 Jun 1867 at Pine Grove Sponsors: Henry and Lucy Garlitz Fr. L.A. Morgan p. 235.

He died in 1940. He was buried in St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland.

Avilton, Md., Dec. 7 ? Olen McKenzie, 75, died of pneumonia yesterday morning. Mr. McKenzie had lived in this section practically all of his life. He operated a large farm. Surviving, besides his wife, are two daughters, Rosella and Leora McKenzie, at home; three sons, Bayard A., Howard and Orville S. McKenzie, all of the Avilton section. Two brothers, Noah McKenzie and Peter McKenzie, near Frostburg, also survive.

The Cumberland Evening Times, December 7, 1940
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted September 28, 2012  
McKenzie, Loyola Ignatius (Olen) (I02202)
 
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The Early Family In Europe


The name "Grinstead: (also spelled Grimstead, Grimsteed, Grinsted, Greensted, etc.) had its principal origin in England where the early family held its lands in Dorset. One of the earliest mentionings of the name, written in Latin, was in the Domesday (or Doomsday) Book of 1086 A.D. This book, compiled by the order of William the Conqueror for tax purposes, was a record of all property and land holdings in his realm, and gives us an almost complete account of the people and lands of those days - - even to the number of tenants, villians, serfs, etc.

Twenty years earlier (in 1066) William, then Duke of Normandy, invaded England with his Norman army and in the Battle of Hastings he defeated the Saxon King Harold, whereupon he declared himself the new King of England. Then he proceeded 
Grinstead, William I (I00236)
 
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[FROM THE MAIN library BOOK] RAMBLING...RIVERS, ROADS & PROSE
The McKenzie Settlement - The Shining Bank Hill School, by Madge (Doran) Graham

In the Spring of 1913 nine families left Oklahoma to make their home in Alberta. They were the families of the brothers Vince, Sam, Floyd and Clarence (Buck) McKenzie, and brothers Pat, Hugh, Ira and John McKenzie along with Charlie Hakes. Charlie Hakes, Vince and Floyd McKenzie were all married to sisters, whose family name was Peterman. These nine families had a total of 35 children when they reached Peers. There were a number of children born after their arrival and, with the addition of the Clegg, Arnold, Graham and Welch families, more than seventy children and young people made their home in the McKenzie Settlement at one time or another.

Evidently the Government must have made additional land available as homesteads because these people all settled on homestead land within a short distance of one another. Many of the homesteaders were not proved up by the first settlers. Ira McKenzie owned the NW of 13 that Ray Graham later homesteaded. John McKenzie had the quarter that Henry Stainbrook later homesteaded.

I'm sure the Shining Bank Hill School was built in 1914, although it could have been 1915 as Fred Chalmers hauled the lumber for the floor and roof before he went into the Army in 1915. Pat McKenzie had no teacher training but taught the children the three R's (read'n, 'rittin and 'ritmatic)during a few months - possibly two or three each year.

Miss Madge Doran (Magdalene) was the first "outsider" teacher. She came in December 1919. In 1920 Miss Doran married Ray Graham. She taught a number of short terms. Other teachers were Miss Cornelia Prouse, Mr. Morley Moore, Mr. McKim and a lady I can't remember. The school house was of hewn logs, plastered in the cracks with mud, and was not sealed on the inside or out. There was no chimney and a huge iron stove placed in the middle of the room, furnished the heat. To say that it was cold in the classroom during the winter would be a real understatement.

The first nine families of McKenzie's came by immigrant train to Edmonton. They left Oklahoma because of three years drought and crop failure, so they had little money. Misfortune hit with a vim; they arrived in the Immigration Hall in Edmonton where many of the children became ill with diphtheria. At least two children died there and all of the families were quarantined for over three months. For a long time the men were not allowed to go out to work because of the quarantine and, with Doctor's bills, medicine and food, the money they had soon vanished.

Why did they go to Peers and then north to Shining Bank Hill? There were three possible reasons: 1/ They wanted to settle in one block and nearly all the homestead land near Edmonton had been teken up. 2/ The Immigration Officer in Edmonton was really "pushing" the Edson/Peers area. 3/ The land was only nine or ten miles from the railroad (which was very unrealistic as the roads ran through the bush increasing the distance considerable).

They finally arrived in Peers in June of 1913 and hired a wagon to move them to their land. They lived in tents until they could get small log houses built. They (the houses) had been there long enough to "settle" and they continued to leak; one can hardly imagine what that first summer was like. Many of the men could not afford lumber for the floors or for the doors. Vince and Buck McKenzie bought one Ox each which they used as a team to break small plots for gardens. Sam McKenzie and Charles Hakes bought the first teams of horses. Wagons, plows, discs, etc. were bought in common. Some of the men went out to work that summer and fall and a few chickens, pigs and cows were brought into the settlement.

Wild game, fish and berries were in abundance, and potatoes and root vegetable grew very well in the garden patches that were tilled. Fences were all rail made from small logs. As soon as the men could find the time they hewed log floors for their homes; these were called "puncheon" floors. (I don't know why!)

One thing favored these families in their first years. Wages in 1914 and 1915 were good and the men would go out and work in the bush, logging, or would go to the harvest fields or mines until they got a grub stake and then come back home and do a little more work on their homastaed, until they went broke again.

Buck and Grace McKenzie's baby girl, Esther, was born in a tent soon after they moved out from Peers, in July of 1913. That was a terribly wet year and the story is that the tent was floored with water all summer. Buck McKenzie had to go out to work that fall as soon as his family was settled in the little log house. He did not have money for a lumber door so a large canvus was used in its stead. They had bought two pigs and the bucket of pig feed was on the step just outside the canvas door. One night Grace was awakened by a great slurping and grunting - a bear was eating the pig's feed. Grace was a good shot, but knew the danger of only wounding a bear, so she sat the night through with the gun on her knee and in the morning she and her sister-in-law made a pole door to hang over the canvas. (There are dozens of such stories - all true - to illustrate the hardships of pioneer homesteading).

Those who didn't have teams, or who could not borrow the horses, carried their groceries into the settlement on pack boards or pack sacks. The men all worked together to build the school, a building of about 24 by 36 feet. Dances, ball games, wrestling matches, etc. provided the local group entertainment and helped to pass the long winters; there was no gramophone and very little in the line of books or newspapers. The women used whatever newspapers they could get their hands on to paste on the log walls to keep the chinking from falling into the house.

The first Christmas Concert and tree was the one that Miss Madge Doran, the first "outside" teacher, organized in 1919. The Christmas dinner consisted of boiled chicken, bread, tea, and cakes (no butter, milk or fruit). This will give you some idea of the poverty even in 1919.

The Missionary priests, Father Beaudry and Father Louis, furnished all there was in the way of religion on their visits two or three times a year. Most of the settlement people were Roman Catholics. Services were held in the school and later the Hakes home. Father McGowan and Father Fabian were later priests.

The Clegg family (Mr. and Mrs. and two boys)came about 1914 and left in 1919. Mr. Arnold, a widower, and his two boys moved into the settlement about 1916. Mr. Arnold had some money and was able to build a better house and had quite a few cattle. He sold out to Art Lister in 1924 or 1925. Art married Floy Graham and he, his mother,his two sisters and Floy left the farm and moved back to Cadomine in 1927.

The Vince McKenzie's moved to Bon Accord in 1919 and the Bill Welch family moved onto the vacated homestead for about two years. They had eight girls and some of them are still in the Edson district. Bill was what we all imagine the real pioneer to be - resourceful, bewiskered, a great storyteller, hunter and fisherman.

John and Ira McKenzie opened a small store near Bear Lake which they operated for a couple of years, maybe only one. However Floyd had gone back to Oklahoma and, in 1917, John and Ira followed him back home.

Vince McKenzie sold the balance of the stock from his "front room".

"Alex Graham" (J.E.) and his family (his wife and four girls and two boys) left Arkansas in the spring of 1916 with three covered wagons, drawn by mules, headed for Alberta. Buck McKenzie's wife Grace was Mr. Graham's daughter. The Grahams stayed in Montana the winter of 1916-17 and arrived at Peers as the river was freezing over, in 1917. There were no bridges over the McLeod, only ferries at Peers and Rosevear.

Mr Graham homesteaded in 1917. Ray homesteaded the old Ira McKenzie place in 1917 and Clyde took up a homestead about three miles north of the school in 1922. Ray sold his homestead to Clyde in 1926 and moved first to Edmonton and then to Ponoka. Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Clyde and his wife, the former Edith Pettie, and baby moved to Oklahoma in 1930. Mrs. Graham came back to Alberta to live with her daughters and died at the age of 94 in 1962. Mr. Graham died in Oklahoma having lived more that 100 years.

The Hakes family was the last to leave the McKenzie settlement. Henry is dead and his widow, Etta Welch, married again. Mrs. Hakes lived for some time with her son Charlie and I believe they moved away in the late 1940's.

Pat and Hugh McKenzie moved to Bon Accord in 1920 and 1922, later to Grassland, AB. Buck McKenzie and his family moved to Bon Accord in 1923. To my knowledge, Buck is the only one of the old family heads alive today; he is in the St. Joseph's Hospital, Edmonton. He is just past 90 years.

Many descendents of these pioneers live in Edmonton, near Fort Saskatchewan, or at Grasslands, while others are scattered all over Canada. The houses, with the exception of Mr. Graham's tumble-down first home, are gone. Even the roads are covered with tall trees. Truly Shining Bank Hill, where so many lived from 1913 to 1931, is a burial ground of dreams.

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[From the book] RAMBLING?RIVERS, ROADS & PROSE page 779

Shining Bank Hill School page 779 re Mckenzie Settlement

Construction began in 1914 and school opened in 1915. Volunteers' built it with logs from Cache Creek. $800.00 was borrowed for building and equipping the schoolhouse. The school operated only about three months a year. It was located in the McKenzie Settlement
SE 15-56-15-W5 that was NW of the main Shining Bank settlement. Books were sent out by the Dept. of Education and some of the students had books from the USA, resulting in some discrepancies in spelling and history. The first teacher was Mr. Pat McKenzie, followed by Madge Doran. At its peak, the number of pupils was approximately 35. When most of the settlers moved out, the school was closed.

Per an email from Doris Nadon in August 2013 after she viewed the Migration Map for her family in the "Migrations" section of the book: McKenzies of Early Maryland: You beat me to it. I think the map is pretty accurate. They crossed into Alberta at the Coutts border crossing, came directly to Edmonton, and then staked homesteads near Edson (approx. 120 miles west at Shining Bank where my mother was born), where they stayed for about 20 years.not all stayed there that long, moving to small towns near Edmonton...Doris 
McKenzie, Clarence Anthony (I02704)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census
1910 Federal Census (West Virginia)

Name:
Porter Mckenzie
[Porter Mckemie]

Age in 1910:
14

Birth Year:
abt 1896

Birthplace:
Maryland

Home in 1910:
Elk, Mineral, West Virginia

Race:
White

Gender:
Male

Relation to Head of House:
Son

Marital Status:
Single

Father's Name:
James E Mckemie

Father's Birthplace:
Maryland

Mother's Name:
Margaret Mckenzie

Mother's Birthplace:
Maryland
 
McKenzie, Porter (I34046)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census
about Annie Mckenzie

Name:
Annie Mckenzie
[Annie Mckemie]

Age in 1910:
7

Birth Year:
abt 1903

Birthplace:
Maryland

Home in 1910:
Elk, Mineral, West Virginia

Race:
White

Gender:
Female

Relation to Head of House:
Daughter

Marital Status:
Single

Father's Name:
James E Mckemie

Father's Birthplace:
Maryland

Mother's Name:
Margaret Mckenzie

Mother's Birthplace:
Maryland
 
McKenzie, Annie (I34049)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census
about Verna Mckenzie

Name:
Verna Mckenzie
[Verna Mckemie]

Age in 1910:
11

Birth Year:
abt 1899

Birthplace:
Maryland

Home in 1910:
Elk, Mineral, West Virginia

Race:
White

Gender:
Female

Relation to Head of House:
Daughter

Marital Status:
Single

Father's Name:
James E Mckemie

Father's Birthplace:
Maryland

Mother's Name:
Margaret Mckenzie

Mother's Birthplace:
Maryland
 
McKenzie, LaVerne (I34047)
 
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1910 United States Federal Census
about Vesta Mckenzie

Name:
Vesta Mckenzie
[Vesta Mckemie]

Age in 1910:
12

Birth Year:
abt 1898

Birthplace:
Maryland

Home in 1910:
Elk, Mineral, West Virginia

Race:
White

Gender:
Female

Relation to Head of House:
Daughter

Marital Status:
Single

Father's Name:
James E Mckemie

Father's Birthplace:
Maryland

Mother's Name:
Margaret Mckenzie

Mother's Birthplace:
Maryland
 
McKenzie, Vesta (I34050)
 
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37. Willard E. (Woody) BLOCHER (William McGough-2, Isaac-1) was born on 19 May 1916. He died on 27 Dec 2006. He was buried in Frostburg Memorial Park, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Willard E. (Woody) BLOCHER and Marguerite Eva CHANEY were divorced in Jul 1947 in Allegany Co., Maryland. Divorce was filed but I could find no evidence that it was ever finalized. They were married. Marguerite Eva CHANEY (daughter of Charles CHANEY and Linnie LAYMAN) was born on 29 Jan 1920 in Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. She died on 19 May 2008 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. FROSTBURG - Marguerite Eva "Sis" (Chaney) Blocher, 88, of Frostburg, passed this life on Monday, May 19, 2008, at her residence surrounded by family and friends. Born Jan. 29, 1920, in Avilton, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Linnie (Layman) Chaney. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Willard E. "Woody" Blocher; five sisters, Nellie Coleman, Bertha Poleman, Ann Durst, Lou Smiley and Beulah Chaney; and six brothers, Donald, Harry, Earl, Lee, Homer and Bernard Chaney. Marguerite was retired from the housekeeping de-partment of the Frostburg State Teachers College. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Frostburg. Surviving are three daughters, Patricia Carter, Frostburg, Margaret "Peggy" Knight and husband Richard, Cumberland, and Sandra Kay Monahan and husband Derek, Frostburg; three grandchildren, Debra Marsh, Oldtown, Randall Knight and wife Annette, Frederick, Crista Knight, Cumberland; two great-grandchildren, Kelly Marsh and Marshall Knight; one brother, Ellis Chaney and wife Viola, Frostburg; one sister-in-law, Eleanor Chaney, LaVale; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Thursday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Michael Tamorria officiating. Interment will be in the Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Derek Monahan, Richard Knight, Randy Knight, Ron Robertson and Richard Stott. The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to the neighbors, friends, caregivers and Pastor Mike for their support and care given to them and their mother during this difficult time.
Cumberland Times-News, May 21, 2008 Willard E. (Woody) BLOCHER and Marguerite Eva CHANEY had the following children:

+56i.Patricia BLOCHER.
+57ii.Margaret BLOCHER.
+58iii.Sandra Kay BLOCHER. 
Blocher, Willard E. (Woody) (I05676)
 
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AMBROSIUS BREIG:

Mother: Maria Agatha Hog (her father was Josef (Houge) Hog; (her mother was Catherina Gisi)

Father: Ambrose Joseph Breig (his father was:Maternus Braig,); ( his mother was: Anna Marie Gisin)

born: 15 Dec 1815 in Baden/Bactern, Germany

christened: in Katholisch, Munchweier, Freiburg, Baden

married: 25 Dec 1844 in Harmon?s Bottom, PA

died: 15 June 1885 in Meyersdale, Somerset, PA

occupation: joiner/cabinet maker.

AMBROSE BREIG

December 15, 1815 -- June 15, 1885


Early LIFE

Ambrose Breig was the oldest son and second child of Joseph Bragg and Agatha Hogg.

He was christened on December 1, 1815 in Freiberg, Baden, according to FHC microfilm.

The family emigrated to the United States in 1832 or 1834. They landed in New York City (or Washington City) in January 1832 (4)... Ambrose then apprenticed himself to learn the trade of Cabinet Maker and House Builder. (He often told me that he stole the trade of Millwright. His boss would not tell him anything? only what he could see). Dictated by Mrs. Mary a (Breig) Stacer, age 75 (1922) to her granddaughter Miss Emma Grabenstein.

The first record there is of the family in the United States is in the 1840 census.Elk Lick Township:
Joseph Breig
three males between 20 and 30 ( Ambrose, Daniel, Ferdinand)
one male between 50 and 60 (Joseph)
one female between 50 and 60 (Agatha)

NATURALIZATION RECORD
Ambrose Breig, a native of Baden, Germany came into open court at April term 1841 and on his solemn oath declared that it was bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty what ever and particularly to Charles Leopold Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden, Germany, whose subject he has heretofore been.

Ambrose Breig, a native of Baden, Germany presented his petition to become a citizen of the United States... Court of Common Pleas held for the County of Somerset at April term 1841 which petition being read the court ordered him to be admitted to citizen of the United States. After having taken the oaths required by an act of Congress.

MARRIAGE

Ambrose married Margaret Ann Patten, December 25, 1844 at Harman's Bottom, now called New Baltimore. A Benedictine Father married them. Dictated by Mrs. Mary a (Breig) Spacer, age 75 (1922) to her granddaughter Miss Emma M. Grabenstein.  
Breig, Ambrosius (I06857)
 
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AVILTON,MARYALND --- Nora Cecilia (McKenzie) Crowe, 78, of Avilton, went to be with the Lord and her husband, Ellis, on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2001, at Sacred Heart Hospice Unit, Cumberland.

Born March 9, 1922, in Avilton, she was a daughter of the late Andrew and Maude (Croft) McKenzie. She also was preceded in death by her loving husband of 52 years, Ellis C. Crowe, Nov. 19, 1992; one son, Ellis (Sonny) Crowe, Dec. 28, 1970; four brothers, Francis, Bernard, William and Sylvester McKenzie; and two sisters, Mary (McKenzie) Broadwater and Rebecca (McKenzie) McLuckie.

She is survived by five children, Edna Mae McKenzie and husband Robert V., Grantsville, Juanita Stoyka and husband Frank, Surfside Beach, S.C., Donald Crowe, Kernersville, N.C., Nevin Crowe, Tampa, Fla., and Kevin Crowe and wife Deborah, Charleston, W.Va.; 10 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, Sonny's children, Jeffrey Crowe Jenkins, wife Michelle and daughter Cherise, and Timothy Crowe Jenkins, all of Frostburg; Edna Mae's children, Linda Bergloff, husband Dan and children Kara and Clayton, West Point, Utah, Tammie Lipscomb, husband Ronald and sons Ronnie and Zack, Avilton, Robert McKenzie Jr., Avilton, Gregory McKenzie, Germantown; Juanita's children, John Swauger Jr., wife Laurel and daughter Lacy, Cumberland, James Swauger, Grantsville, William Swauger, Frostburg; and Donald's daughter, Dana Crowe, Odenton; and two sisters, Pauline Ross, Frostburg, and Genevieve Green, Baltimore. Mrs. Crowe was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, and St. Ann's Shrine, Avilton. She was a retired sewing machine operator for Flushing Shirt Factory, Grantsville. She also was a member of the senior citizens and was involved with and maintaining the old St. Ann's Cemetery Fund.

Friends will be received at the Newman Funeral Homes, P.A., Grantsville, on Monday and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Christian Wake service will be held in the funeral home on Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Ann's Shrine, Avilton, on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. with the Rev. William Moody officiating.

Pallbearers will be her eight grandsons, Robert and Gregory McKenzie, Jeffrey and Timothy Jenkins, John, James and William Swauger and Ronald Lipscomb, who will carry Nora to her final resting place in St. Ann's Cemetery.

The family wishes to thank everyone for their prayers. Following the graveside services, everyone is invited to the Eastern Garrett Fire Hall, Finzel, for dinner and social gathering.


Publication date:
Feb. 05,2001
Cumberland Times-News
Cumberland,Maryland
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Family links:
Parents:
Andrew George McKenzie (1879 - 1948)
Maude Mae Croft McKenzie (1881 - 1936)

Spouse:
Ellis Charles Crowe (1914 - 1992)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Saint Anns Cemetery
Avilton
Garrett County
Maryland, USA

Created by: Joe Mckenzie
Record added: Jan 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32736640

Nora Cecelia MCKENZIE (Andrew George-2, Elias Marcellus-1) was born on 9 Mar 1922. She died on 4 Feb 2001 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Nora Cecelia MCKENZIE and Ellis Charles CROWE were married in 1939. Ellis Charles CROWE (son of Edward Loar CROWE and Emma Catherine WILHELM) was born on 16 Apr 1914. He died on 19 Nov 1992. Nora Cecelia MCKENZIE and Ellis Charles CROWE had the following children:

+30i.Ellis Charles CROWE Jr. (born on 4 Aug 1940).
+31ii.Edna Mae CROWE (born on 21 Jun 1942).
+32iii.Juanita Catherine CROWE (born on 29 Mar 1946).
+33iv.Donald Owen CROWE (born on 30 Aug 1950).
34v.Nevin David CROWE was born on 13 Oct 1955.
35vi.Kevin David CROWE was born on 13 Feb 1959. 
McKenzie, Nora Cecelia (I01674)
 
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Bernadette Veronica

baptized July 26, 1889, St. Patrick?s

marriage on May 12, 1909, to Reid Christopher Hoenicka, 22, white, Cumberland, bachelor, carpenter, St. Patrick?s rectory


Mrs. Bernadette V. Hoenicka, 69, wife of Reid C. Hoenicka, died last night at her home, 119 Polk Street. She was a daughter of the late James and Sarah McKenzie. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and was also a member of the Sodality of the parish. Surviving besides her husband are six daughters, Mrs. Margaret Lindner, Mrs. Helen Clark, Mrs. Sara Dorsey, Mrs. Pauline Moyer, Mrs. Bernadette Leidinger, and Mrs. Russell Keplinger, all of Cumberland; three sons, John Hoenicka, Baltimore; Charles and Philip Hoenicka, both of Cumberland; one sister, Mrs. Mary Zink, Cumberland; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The body is at the George Funeral Home. A funeral mass will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The Sodality will recite the rosary at the funeral home tomorrow at 8 p.m. No source listed (Note on back born: 25 July 1889 died: 13 March 1959)

Services for Mrs. Bernadette V. Hoenicka, 69, who died Friday at her home, 119 Polk Street, will be conducted tomorrow at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be Robert C. Long, Harold F. Hershberger, George O. Parker, Patrick J. Murphy, Alvey Poole, and Richard Linthicum. The body is at the George Funeral Home where the Sodality will recite the rosary today at 8 p.m. No source listed. 
McKenzie, Bernadette Veronica (I00959)
 
13
Ellen Lee Cordial, 89, of Lonaconing, passed away Saturday, March 4, 2017, at New Horizons, Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center. Born Jan. 5, 1928, in Lonaconing, to Urban and Sarah (Garlitz) McKenzie, she is preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Lawrence "Shorty" McKenzie and Walter F. McKenzie Sr.; and a sister, Catherine Danahey of Wheeling, W.Va. Mrs. Cordial attended Divine Mercy Parish, St. Michael and St. Mary's Catholic Church. She was a graduate of Central High School, class of 1945 and worked at Elm Grove Drive-in at Wheeling, and Kelly Springfield during the war. Ellen was active with Frostburg Senior Citizens, was a 50 year member of Ladies Auxiliary VFW, and Women of the Moose 348. Surviving are husband, Bernard D. Cordial Sr.; son, Bernard D. Cordial Jr. and wife, Colleen, Palmyra, Pa.; grandsons, Bernie Cordial III and wife, Allison, Dallas, Ga., and Benjamin Cordial and wife, Jen, Short Gap, W.Va.; great-grandchildren, Jade Elizabeth Cordial, Molly Kate Cordial, and Jackson DeSales Cordial. Ellen was cremated in accordance with her wishes. A memorial and committal service will be held at Durst Funeral Home, 57 Frost Avenue, Frostburg, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, at 10 a.m. with Fr. Greg Chervenak, O.F.M. Cap. as celebrant. Published on March 5, 2017 in Cumberland Times News 
McKenzie, Sarah Ellen Lee (I06141)
 
14
FROSTBURG - Mabel Anna Arnold, 91, formerly of Wencks Lane, Frostburg, died Tuesday, July 06, 2004 at Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center. Born Oct. 14, 1912, in Finzel, she was the daughter of the late Daniel Clark and Minnie (Drees) Clark. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Frank E. Arnold in 1998. Mrs. Arnold was a homemaker, and she was a member of Saint Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. Surviving are four daughters, Velma Schramm and husband Charles, Rock Hill, S.C., Nelda Nolan and husband Dale, Baltimore, Eileen McFarland and husband Edgar, Frostburg, and Sheila Pappas and husband George, Frostburg; one son, Dale F. Arnold, Yorba Linda, Calif.; one sister, Hilda Rosenberger and husband Arthur, Finzel; nine grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Michael Church on Friday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Father Rick Hilgartner as celebrant. Interment will be in the Finzel Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be sent to St. Michael Church, 44 E. Main St., Frostburg, MD 21532. Friends can also go to durstfuneralhome.com to send the family condolences.

She was buried on 9 Jul 2004 in Finzel Cemetery, Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. 
Clark, Mabel Anna (I15769)
 
15
FROSTBURG - Samuel "Jumbo" McKenzie, 60, of 36 Stoyer Street, was dead on arrival Thursday at Frostburg Community Hospital. Born in Shaft, he was the son of the late Samuel B. and Emma (Croft) McKenzie. His first wife, Phyllis (Walters) Sperry McKenzie, preceded him in death. Mr. McKenzie was formerly employed by the Celanese Corporation. Surviving are his widow, Mildred (Willison) Nichols McKenzie; two stepsons, Deomont Nichols, Frostburg; Larry Sperry, Waldorf; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Nadine Snapp, Hedgesville, W.Va.; Mrs. Rhonda Layman, Frostburg; one sister, Iona McKenzie, Washington, D.C.; one brother, Robert B. McKenzie, Shaft; two half sisters, Mrs. Virginia Carney and Mrs. Bonnie Delaney, both of Detroit, Mich., and two half brothers, Charles McKenzie and Gilbert Beeman, both of Frostburg. Arrangements, handled by the Sowers Funeral Home, are incomplete at this time. The Cumberland Times-News, November 21, 1986. 
McKenzie, Samuel "Jumbo" (I12236)
 
16
Hyman Bovitch Burial Information:

Birth Date: abt 1880

Death Date: 25 Jun 1949

Age at Death: 69

Burial Plot: Old Section, Row 5 Lot 41

Burial Place: Hampton Township, Pennsylvania

Cemetery: Adath Jeshurun

Cemetery Address: 4779 Roland Road, Hampton Township, PA 15101

Cemetery Burials: 1111

Cemetery Comments: cemetery closed in 2003 contact person Ben Melnick 2240 Beulah Road Pittsburgh, PA 15235 
Bovitch, Hyman (I01157)
 
17
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
about Anna Bovitch

Name: Anna Bovitch

Birth Date: abt 1883

Death Date: 1 Jul 1967

Age at Death: 84

Burial Plot: Old Section, Row 5 Lot 42

Burial Place: Hampton Township, Pennsylvania

Cemetery: Adath Jeshurun

Cemetery Address: 4779 Roland Road, Hampton Township, PA 15101

Cemetery Burials: 1111

Cemetery Comments: cemetery closed in 2003 contact person Ben Melnick 2240 Beulah Road Pittsburgh, PA 15235
 
Goldstein, Anna (I01158)
 
18
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
about Harry Bovitch

Name: Harry Bovitch
Birth Date: 15 May 1906
Death Date: 20 Jan 1982
Age at Death: 75

Burial Plot: New Section, Row A Lot 26
Burial Place: Hampton Township, Pennsylvania

Cemetery: Adath Jeshurun
Cemetery Address: 4779 Roland Road, Hampton Township, PA 15101

Cemetery Burials: 1111

Cemetery Comments: cemetery closed in 2003 contact person Ben Melnick 2240 Beulah Road Pittsburgh, PA 15235
 
Bovitch, Harry (I01163)
 
19
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
about Minnie Port Bovitch

Name: Minnie Port Bovitch
Birth Date: 6 Aug 1913
Death Date: 3 Sep 1952
Age at Death: 39

Burial Plot: Section: Old Row: 6 Lot: 41
Burial Place: Allison Park, Pennsylvania

Other surnames: Port

Cemetery: Adath Jeshurun
Cemetery Burials: 1124
Cemetery Comments: Cemetery address: 4779 Roland Road, Hampton Township, Allison Park, PA 15101
 
Port, Minnie (I01167)
 
20
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
about Morris Bovitch

Name: Morris Bovitch
Birth Date: 25 Sep 1903
Death Date: 4 Dec 2000
Age at Death: 97

Burial Plot: Row 1 Lot 4
Burial Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Cemetery: Chofetz Chaim
Cemetery Address: Negley Road, Wilkins Township

Cemetery Burials: 124

Cemetery Comments: Negley Road Wilkins Township Pittsburgh, PA 15235 Synagogue: B'nai Emunoh Congregation 4315 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 Contact: Saul Spodek 4349 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217
 
Bovitch, Morris (I01159)
 
21
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
about Samuel Bovitch

Name: Samuel Bovitch
Birth Date: 14 Dec 1909
Death Date: 8 Oct 1966
Age at Death: 56

Burial Plot: Old Section, Row 6 Lot 40

Burial Place: Hampton Township, Pennsylvania

Cemetery: Adath Jeshurun
Cemetery Address: 4779 Roland Road, Hampton Township, PA 15101
Cemetery Burials: 1111
Cemetery Comments: cemetery closed in 2003 contact person Ben Melnick 2240 Beulah Road Pittsburgh, PA 15235
 
Bovitch, Samuel (I01165)
 
22
John Edward TROUTMAN and Evelyn Marie WINEBRENNER were married on 7 Nov 1938 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Evelyn Marie WINEBRENNER (daughter of Roy WINEBRENNER and Bessie Ethel Porter) was born about 1925 in Zihlman, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 22 Jan 1960 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Frostburg - Mrs. Evelyn Marie Troutman, 35, Powell's Lane, died Friday at her home. A native of Zihlman, she was a daughter of Roy and Bessie (Porter) Winebrenner. Survivors include her husband, John E. Troutman; three daughters, Cecelia, Carol and Charlene Troutman, all at home; two sons, John and Roy Troutman, also at home; a sister, Flossie Leonard, Barrelville; and a brother, George Winebrenner, Frostburg. The body is a tthe Durst Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in the Durst Funeral Home with Rev. Robert W. Current officiating. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. The Cumberland Sunday Times, January 24, 1960  
Winebrenner, Evelyn Marie (I09111)
 
23
Lonaconing, Md., March 16 - Funeral services for James Dunn, aged 89 years, Lonaconing's oldest male resident, veteran miner and native of Scotland, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence McKenzie, Detmold street, early Monday morning following an illness of one day, will be held from the residence Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Services will be in charge of the Gospel Church. Interment will be in Old Coney Cemetery. Cumberland Evening Times, March 16, 1932
 
Dunn, James (I33287)
 
24
Mary Estella

DOB March 14, 1886
baptized April 15, 1886, St. Patrick?s

Marriage to Grover Cleveland Zink, son of George H. Zink and Margaret Zink, January 14, 1910, St. Patrick?s


Mrs. Mary Estella Zink, 81, formerly of 619 North Mechanic Street, died yesterday. A native of Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late James and Sarah (McKenzie) McKenzie, and was the last surviving member of her family. Her husband, Grover C. Zink, died in 1966. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and the sodality. The body is at the Silcox Funeral Residence, where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. The rosary will be recited there tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The Cumberland News, November 4, 1967

Mrs. Mary Estella Zink, 81, formerly of 619 North Mechanic Street, died yesterday. A native of Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late James and Sarah (McKenzie) McKenzie, and was the last surviving member of her family. Her husband, Grover C. Zink, died in 1966. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and the sodality. The body is at the Silcox Funeral Residence, where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. The rosary will be recited there tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The Cumberland News, November 4, 1967 (Note: born 14 March 1886; died 3 November 1967) 
McKenzie, Mary Estella (Mame) (I00958)
 
25
MCKENZIE, MARGARET Circa 1823 March 23, 1908 Age 85
Transcribed by Betty Smith from unknown publication
Mrs. Margaret McKenzie
This venerable woman, at the ripe old age of 85 years, entered into her rest on Monday, March 23 (1908). She quietly passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Breig, of Vandergrift, strengthened with the last sacraments of the Church of which she was a devoted member. The funeral was held from St. Gertrude's Church on Thursday, March 26 and was largely attended. Deceased was the widow of Joseph McKenzie, late of Somerset, PA.
She was of native parentage and a convert to our holy church, being received in 1865 by the late Archbishop Gross, at that time a priest of the Redemptorist Order. For many years prior to her death, she was a member of the third order of St. Francis and in the years of her active life took a large interest in all church work. Thirteen children blessed her marriage union, seven of whom preceded her to the grave. A beloved son was the late Father E.B. McKenzie of the archdiocese of Baltimore, and a daughter Sister M. Aloysia of the order of Charity and who died in New Orleans some years ago. The six surviving children are George of Nebraska, E.J. of Knoxville, this city, Mrs. John BLAKE of Somerset, Mrs. George BREIG of Vandergrift, and Matilda and Catherine, residing in Baltimore, MD.  
Klingaman, Maragret Ann (I01301)
 
26
More About FREDERICK BRICK Huff:

Burial: April 28, 1992, Holy Cross Cemetery, Akron, Summit County, Ohio of America (Section 22, Lot 1704, Grave A) (Source: Death Certificate.)
Census: 1930, Line #77, Sheet #2B, Enumeration District #129, Summit County, Ohio of America (Source: 1930 United States Federal Census.)
Social Security Number: 278-22-5293 
Huff, Frederick Brick (I13701)
 
27
Mrs. Marion L. Stottlemyer 82, of 146 Winchester Road, died yesterday at her residence. A native of Cresaptown, she was a daughter of the late Franklin and Marion (Rice) McBee. Her husband, Charles E. Stottlemyer, preceded her in death. Mrs. Stottlemyer was a member of the Cresaptown Homemakers Club. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Frieda Ferguson and Mrs. Ione Nicholas, both of Cresaptown; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth McKenzie, Cresaptown; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends will he received at the Wendt Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Cumberland Evening Times, April 28, 1975.  
McBee, Marion L. (I13167)
 
28
Ronnie McK., son of Harold McK and Velma Wilson; born August 6, 1936, Garrett Co.; died March 12, 1939, Frostburg, direct cause is unreadable/contributory cause was whooping cough and bronchial pneumonia; burial March 14, 1939, Johnson Cemetery; informant, Frederick McKenzie.

From death certificate obtained by Don Kagle. 
McKenzie, Ronald L. (I02305)
 
29
Rudolph Iber McKinzie, 84, Topeka, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Tibbett-Griffin Funeral Chapel.

Mr. McKinzie died Friday, July 19, 1991, at his home after an extended illness.

The family farmed in the Rock Creek community in Douglas County until the early 1940s when they moved to a farm near Meriden. In 1945, the family to to Topeka from Meriden. Mr. McKinzie was an Army veteran of World War II.

Survivors include two nieces, Mary Graeff, San Diego; and Leona Grayson, Bogart, Georgia; and a nephew, Floyd Gaines, Clinton.

Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery southwest of Clinton.

Saturday, July 20, 1991


Created by: A & R
Record added: Dec 08, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23292048 
McKinzie, Rudolph Iber (I37141)
 
30
Salisbury, Pa., July 29 ? Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon for Amelius Carr Wagner, 81, who died Saturday at his home here. Rev. A. M. Wright, pastor of St. John's Reformed Church, officiated. Interment was in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery. Mr. Wagner, a son of the late Peter and Rachel (Newman) Wagner, leaves his widow, Mrs. Fannie Wagner, and these children: Wilbert Wagner, Salisbury; Olla, wife of Jesse Hillegass, Randolph, Ohio, and Lulu, wife of John H. George, Detroit, Mich. He was a brother of Mrs. Samuel Krissinger, Boynton. Cumberland Evening Times, July 29, 1941 
Wagner, Amelius Carr (I06799)
 
31
SCOTTDALE, Aug. 2 ? Elisha C. Porter, a well known farmer and almost a life-long resident of this community, died at his home one mile west of Scottdale this morning at 2 o'clock, after several months' illness due to a disease of the nerves, aged 64 years. He was taken ill last autumn after suffering a fall from a mowing machine. While crossing a small stream, the mower dropping sidewise and he was tumbled backward out of the seat, alighting on his head and shoulders. For the past 10 months he had been confined to his room, but bore his illness uncomplainingly and with Christian fortitude. The deceased was a son of the late Moses and Amy Porter, early residents of this section. He is survived by his wife, Almeda, only sister of Dr. A. W. Strickler of Scottdale, and three sons, Albert L., of The Courier staff, James Lester, representative of a tea and coffee firm, and John Allan, who is on the home farm. Three brothers and a sister survive: J. Dennis Porter, a farmer of near Summit Mines, George W. Porter, on a nearby farm to Scottdale; L. Lindley Porter, a physician of North Yakima, Washington, and Miss Lydia Porter of Scottdale. He was for a great many years a member of the Jacobs Creek Methodist Episcopal Church and served for several years as Superintendent of the Sunday school and a member of the Official Board, and for the last 12 years has prepared the communion after this duty was relinquished by his brother-in-law, the late John Keyser, on account of his illness. The Connellsville Daily Courier, August 2, 1909. 
Porter, Elisha C. (I11793)
 
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The following is Thomas Faley's obituary:

Thomas E. Faley, of 511 Edward St., died Thursday at his home. He was a member of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, the Society of Civil Engineers, American Concrete Institute, Tau Beta Pi Fraternit, Pi Mu Epsilon Fraternity, Chi Epsilon Fraternity, an employee of Gannett, Fleming, Corrdry, and Carpenter, Inc., a graduate of Penn State Univerisity, and had attended Carnegie Techinical Institute and the University of Tennessee. he was a veteran of World War II, and a registered professional engineer.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Althea Jones Faley; three sons, Maj. Thomas E., of Washington D.C., James Patrick of Harrisburg, and Joseph John of Reston, VA; a sister Mrs. Frances Ciaffone of Newburg, NY and six grandchildren.

Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated Saturday at 10 am at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church by the Rev. Daniel menniti. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home at 1334 N. Second St. Friday from 7 to 9 pm. Recitation of the rosary will be at 8 p.m.

Family links:

Spouse: Althea Jones Faley (1916 - 2008)


Burial:
Resurrection Cemetery
Harrisburg
Dauphin County
Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: k wech
Record added: Jun 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53865551  
Faley, Thomas Edward (I12761)
 
33
Walter Junior Shriver, 86, of Frostburg, passed away Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, at his residence surrounded by his family. He was born Aug. 7, 1930, in Maryland, to the late Albert and M. Evelyn (McKenzie) Shriver. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, E. Virginia Shriver; siblings, Robert Shriver, Ella Layman, Butch Shriver and Bunny Shriver. Mr. Shriver was a member of the Frostburg Seventh Day Adventist Church, a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict stationed in Quam, VFW, and Farrady Post 24 American Legion. He was retired from PP&G Industries and owner/operator of Shriver Excavating. He loved his family greatly and ensured that his family will be comforted long after his passing. He was a generous, God-fearing man. Surviving are five daughters, Lesa and son-in-law, Rodney Osburne, Pa., Denise and son-in-law, Robert Lewis, Eckhart, Vicki and son-in-law, Greg Corley, Ellerslie, Anna and son-in-law, Michael Williams, Frostburg, and Amanda and son-in-law, Ty Morgan, Cresaptown; one son, Steve Shriver and daughter-in-law, Sandy, Indiana; nine grandchildren, Jennifer Makowske, Melissa McMahan, Justin Shriver, Jesse Shriver, Christopher Lewis, Kelly Farrell, Ryan Lewis, Garret Lewis, and Dylan Brooks; 10 great-grandchildren and one on the way. Also surviving are sisters, Janice Wilhelm and Judy Hughes; brothers James Shriver and Donnie Shriver; special friends, Jean Lavin, Jerry Tenney, George Bittner, Charlie Troutman, Doug McKenzie and Randy Moffett. Private funeral services were held by the family at Durst Funeral Home, Frostburg, on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, with Doug McKenzie officiating. Interment was in Frostburg Memorial Park. Revelation 21:4: ?He will wipe away every tear from their eyes and death shall be no more. There will no longer be any mourning, crying, or pain. For the old order of things have passed away.? Published on December 4, 2016 in Cumberland Times News 
Shriver, Walter Junior (I03819)
 
34
West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973
about Edw. Francis McKenzie


West Virginia Death Records

Name:
Edw. Francis McKenzie

Birth Date:
30 Nov 1873

Birth Place:
West Virginia

Death Date:
26 Oct 1930

Death Place:
Beryl, Mineral, West Virginia

Death Age:
57 years 10 months 26 days

Occupation:
Coal Miner

Marital Status:
Single

Gender:
Male

Father Name:
Henry McKenzie

Mother Name:
Winifred Carney

FHL Film Number:
811773
 
McKenzie, Edward Francis (I33915)
 
35
West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973
about Lewis McKenzie

Name:
Lewis McKenzie

Birth Date:
22 Apr 1876

Birth Place:
West Virginia

Death Date:
19 Jun 1933

Death Place:
Keyser, Mineral, West Virginia

Death Age:
57 years 1 month 28 days

Occupation:
Coal Miner

Race:
White

Marital Status:
Single

Gender:
Male

Father Name:
Henry McKenzie

Mother Name:
Winifred Carney

FHL Film Number:
811773
 
McKenzie, Lewis Patrick (I33916)
 
36
West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973
about Owen Webster McKenzie

Name:
Owen Webster McKenzie

Birth Date:
16 Mar 1878

Birth Place:
Maryland

Death Date:
4 Jul 1960

Death Place:
French Creek, Upshur Co., West Virginia

Burial Date:
6 Jul 1960

Cemetery Name:
Indian Camp

Death Age:
82

Occupation:
Lumberman

Race:
White

Marital Status:
Married

Gender:
Male

Father Name:
John Elias McKenzie

Mother Name:
Hariet Layman

FHL Film Number:
816156
 
McKenzie, Owen Webster (I03482)
 
37 "15 August, 1905, McKenzie, Alban Sylvester, 28, white, Pocahontas, Pa., bachelor, miner. Ada Agnes Brown, 24, white, Meyersdale, Pa., maid. 2nd Cousin." Allegany County, Maryland Courthouse.

FROSTBURG ? Alban McKenzie, 71, Finzel, a retired farmer and miner, died late yesterday afternoon in Miners' Hospital where he had been a patient since July 6. Mr. McKenzie was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. His wife died about a month ago. Surviving are one son, Thomas McKenzie, Finzel; four brothers, Sebastian McKenzie, Avilton; Noah McKenzie, Meyersdale, Pa.; Jesse McKenzie, Finzel, and Patrick McKenzie, Frostburg; and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Murray, Pocahontas, Pa., and Myrtle and Orpha McKenzie, both of Finzel. The body has been taken to the home. Funeral rites will be held Friday morning at 9:30 at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Interment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. July 14, 1948

Burial:
Saint Michaels Cemetery
Frostburg
Allegany County
Maryland, USA

Created by: Joe Mckenzie
Record added: Aug 13, 2010
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McKenzie, Alban Sylvestor (I08041)
 
38 "15 July 1904, Bowser, Albert Morton, 22, white, Grantsville, Bachelor, sawyer. Mary Josephine McKenzie, 21, white, Avilton, maid. Allegany County, Md. marriage License Bowser, Albert Morton (I39322)
 
39 "16 Oct., 1905, McKenzie, Noah Anthony, 21, white, Pocahontas, Pa., bachelor, miner,. Annie Norma Hensel, 16, white, Diel, Pa., maid,. 30 November, 1905, Frostburg, Rev. F.R. Wagner, Pastor, St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Allegany County, Md. Courthouse.

MEYERSDALE, Pa. ? Noah A. McKenzie, 76, of here, died yesterday in Meyersdale Community Hospital. Born near Meyersdale, he was a son of the late Patrick and Rachel Hutzell McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was a retired coal miner and was a member of Amity United Church of Christ. His wife, Annie (Housel) McKenzie, died in 1954. He is survived by four children, W. Homer, RD 3, Meyersdale; Mrs. Evelyn Bolden and Orland McKenzie, both of here, and Harry McKenzie, Rockville, Md.; three brothers, Sebastian and Patick, both of Frostburg, and Jesse McKenzie, of RD 3, Meyersdale; two sisters, Miss Myrtle McKenzie and Mrs. Orpha Brown, both of RD 3, Meyersdale, and two grandchildren. The body will be at the Price Funeral Home after 2 p. m. today. Services will be conducted there Saturday; burial, Union Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 17, 1960 He was buried on 19 Nov 1960 in Union Cemetery, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. 
McKenzie, Noah Anthony (I02498)
 
40 "16 Sep 1918. McKenzie, William Sebastian, Sand Patch, Pa., 36, white, single, No relation. Garlitz, Frances Ethel, Avilton, Md., Father, Aloysius." Garrett County, Maryland Courthouse.

Frostburg - Sebastian W. McKenzie, 89, Star Route, died yesterday at his home. Born in Sand Patch, he was a son of the late Patrick and Rachel (Hutzel) McKenzie. He was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, Avilton. Surviving are his widow, Ethel (Garlitz) McKenzie; three sons, Paul E., and Gerald N., McKenzie, Star Route, and Jesse A. McKenzie, Bedford, Ohio; five daughters, Mrs. James Maust, Avilton; Mrs. William Warner, Mrs. Norman Pollatto, Bedford, Ohio; Mrs. Frank O'Grince, Ravenna, Ohio; and Miss Jeanne McKenzie, Bedford, Ohio; a brother, Jesse McKenzie, Meyersdale, Pa.; two sisters, Miss Myrtle McKenzie and Mrs. Orpha Brown, Meyersdale; and six grandchildren. The body is at the Newman Funeral Home in Grantsville where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Monday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Ann's Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. The Cumberland News, April 11, 1970 
McKenzie, Sebastian William (I02497)
 
41 "18 May, 1938, McKenzie, Raymond M., 23, white, Meyersdale, Pa., bachelor, miner, Agnes Elizabeth Lottig, 21, white, Sand Patch, Pa., maid. 18 May, 1938, Cumberland, Curtis Wise, Min. of the Gospel." Allegany County, Md. Marriage License

Raymond Maxwell MCKENZIE (Lewis (Louis) Henry-3, Francis-2, John M.-1) was born on 20 Jul 1914 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 26 Sep 1966 in Lorain, Lorain Co., Ohio. MEYERSDALE ? Raymond M. McKenzie, 52, Lorraine, Ohio, a former resident of Meyersdale, died Monday at a Lorraine hospital after a long illness. He was a native of Meyersdale, a son of the late Lewis and Gertrude (Stanley) McKenzie. Surviving are his wife, Alice (Ravenscraft) McKenzie; two stepsons, John Lottig, Amherst, Ohio, and Donald F. Lottig, Tiffin, Ohio; a step-daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Walter, Tiffin; four brothers, Robert, Silver Lake, Ind.; Stanley, Sheffield, Ohio; Roy, Dayton, Ohio; and Albert McKenzie, Wellersburg; five sisters, Mrs. Patsy Finnamore, Fairmont, W. Va.; Mrs. Irvin Burkett, Corriganville; Mrs. Francis Baker, Meyersdale; Mrs. Hayward Shaw, Elyria, Ohio; and Mrs. Alda Gnagey, Dayton; and five grandchildren. The body will be at the Price Funeral Home here after Thursday at 11 a. m. A service will be held there Friday at 2 p.m. by Rev. Charles Staub and burial will be at White Oak Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, September 28, 1966 He was buried in White Oak Cemetery, Larimer Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. 
McKenzie, Raymond Maxwell (I06682)
 
42 "1895, June 5, Moses H. McKenzie, 29, Avilton, Bachelor, teacher, Ellen C. Hummel, 24, Avilton, maid." Marriage License.

Garrett County Enumerators
Oakland, Md., April 13 ? The following census enumerators have been selected for Garrett County: Swanton, Theodore Beckman; Friendsville, Jasper Guard; Granstville, Charles A. Bender; Bloomington, Wm. J. Barnard; Accident, Fred C. Ries; Sang Run, Nathan C. Browning; Oakland, Richard F. Bartlett; Ryan?s Glade, John A. Hughes; Johnson?s, Moses H. McKenzie; Deer Park, Thomas J. Garrett; Elboro, Peter F. Michael; Bittinger, Perry Broadwater; Kitzmillerville, C.H. Pool; Oakland, Wm. Hinebaugh. Cumberland Evening Times, Saturday, April 13, 1901.

Moses H. McKenzie died at his residence in Summit township, near Vim, on Sunday afternoon, February 6, aged 43 years, 10 months and 5 days. Mr. McKenzie's health had been failing for over a year, nevertheless he continued to attend to his business of mail carrier until the 9th of December, when he had to give up work, but was not confined to his bed until three weeks before his death. Moses H. McKenzie was born in Greenville township, near Pocahontas, April 1, 1866, where he spent his younger days. On June 18, 1895, he was married to Miss Ella Hummel, of Garrett co., Md., who with an adopted daughter survives him. Besides his wife, he is survived by three brothers and seven sisters, the brothers are Edward of Mt. Savage, Md.; Washington, of North Dakota; and Frank of Finzel, Md. The sisters are Mrs. Agnes Garlitz, of Frostburg, Md.; Mrs. Barbara Seiss, of Stoyestown; Mrs. Nora Sherman, of Blue Jay, W. Va.; Mrs. Florence Conway, of Mt. Savage, Md.; Mrs. Gertrude Robinson, Avilton, Md.; Mrs. Grace Lutz, of Mt. Savage, Md.; Miss Mary McKenzie, of Finzel, Md. Mr. McKenzie was a man who was highly respected by every person who knew him for his sterling traits of character. He was a sincere Christian, being a devout member of SS Philip and James Catholic church, a devoted husband and father, a good neighbor, an honest and law abiding citizen who lived up to every obligation between man and man. He was best known to the citizens of Meyersdale, for the last three years being mail carrier on Rural Route No. 8, and was prompt and faithful in his duties, and was respected both by the employees in the postoffice and the patrons on the Route for his accommodating disposition at all times. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock yesterday from SS Philip and James church, services being conducted by his pastor, Rev. Father J. F. Looney. Interment in the Catholic cemetery. Hand dated 1910 (2nd week of February). 
McKenzie, Moses H. (I01641)
 
43 "19 Mar 1936. McKenzie, Wilbert Anthony, 24, white, Grantsville, single, laborer. Nellie Frances Wolfe, 21, white, Grantsville, maid. 31 Mar 1936, Frostburg, J.A. Weber, Priest" Allegany County Marriage License

?22 September, 1952, McKenzie, Wilbert Anthony, 41, white, Grantsville, divorced, truck driver. Mildred Mae Frickey, 25, white, Grantsville, single. 22 September, 1952, Cumberland. E.W. Gearhart, Min. Christian Church.? Allegany County, Md. Marriage License

Wilbert A. MCKENZIE (Charles Oscar-4, Urias-3, Ambrose G.-2, John M.-1) was born about 1912 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 25 Jul 1981 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Wilbert A. McKenzie, 69, of Salisbury RD 1, died July 25, 1981 in Meyersdale Community Hospital. He was born in Frostburg, Md. and was a son of the late Oscar McKenzie and Bessie (McKenzie) McKenzie. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose 76, Meyersdale, and was a previous owner of the Meshack-Browning Club in Grantsville, Md. He is survived by a son, Robert A. McKenzie, of Grantsville, three daughters, Mrs. Betty Bittinger of Grantsville, Mrs. Patricia Garlitz, of Salisbury RD 1 with whom he resided; Mrs. Sharon Mabry of McAllen, Texas; three brothers, Cobey McKenzie of Salisbury; Martin McKenzie of the Cuppett-Weeks Nursing Home, Oakland and Jonas McKenzie, Oakland; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Miller, Oakland and Mrs. Myrtle Bridges, Mount Savage, Md.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends were received at the Newman Funeral Home. Services were conducted in St. Ann's Catholic Church, Grantsville, by the Rev. Adin Lucko. Interment will be in Grantsville Cemetery. The Republic, July 30, 1981.  
McKenzie, Wilbert Anthony (I02397)
 
44 "20 May 1941, Atkinson, Joseph William, 34, white, Frostburg, Bachelor, silkworker, Mary Elizabeth McKenzie, 21, white, Eckhart, maid, 21 May 1941, Frostburg, D.A. Bonomo, Asst. pastor, St. Michael's Catholic Church. Allegany County Marriage Licenses." Atkinson, Joseph William (I16924)
 
45 "21 Jun 1932. McKenzie, Thomas Edward, 21 white, Cresaptown, single, truck driver. Lena Catherine Dawson, 18 white, Great Cacapon, W. Va., maid. 21 June 1932, Rev. H. Luten, Cumberland." Allegany County, Maryland Marriage License. Per the research of Ray Leidinger.

Is buried in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Old Town, Maryland. 
McKenzie, Thomas Edward Charles (I14893)
 
46 "24 Aug 1903, McKenzie, Laura, Somerset County, Pa., 22, white, single, Raley, Clarence. 1903, August 27, Meyersdale, Pa., GM Kelly." Garrett County, Maryland Marriage License

Clarence Moses RALEY (son of Charles Edward RALEY and Drucilla HUTZEL/HUTZELL) was born on 11 Nov 1880 in Swanton, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 13 Jan 1944 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Frostburg, Md., Jan. 13 - Clarence Raley, a farmer of near Finzel, Garrett county, died this morning in Miners' Hospital where he was admitted yesterday. Surviving are his widow and several children. The Cumberland Evening Times, January 13, 1944. 
Raley, Clarence Moses (I02476)
 
47 "28 October, 1904, McKenzie, Zacharias, 19, white, Franklin, Md., bachelor, miner. Lillie Viola Steinla, 16, white, Finzel, Md., maid. October 30, 1904, Father Benedict, 55, SS Peter & Paul." Allegany County Marriage License.

Frostburg, Md., Nov. 18 - Zachariah McKenzie, 37 years old, died Thursday night at 11:55 o'clock at the Miners' Hospital, of cancer of the lungs. He was born in Lagrange county, Indiana. Besides his widow, who was Miss Lillie Steinla, of Finzel, Md., he is survived by five children, all living at Finzel, Md. - Elmer Leo, Clarence Alvin, Leonard Conroy, Mary Margaret, and James Frederick; also five brothers - Patrick and Hubert, of Edmonton, Canada; John, Ethridge, Montana; Clarence, Finzel, Md., and Ira V., of Pinto, Md. Ralph McKenzie of Pinto, Md., a well known telegrapher, who died at Keyser three years ago, was a brother. The body was taken to the home of his brother, Ira McKenzie, at Pinto. The funeral will be held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, Cresaptown, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery, in Frostburg. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 18, 1922. 
McKenzie, Zachariah (I02559)
 
48 "30 Jun 1955, McKenzie, Carl William, 21, white, Frostburg, single, timber cutter. Norma Lee Burkett, 18, white, Mt. Savage, single. July 2, 1955, Cumberland, A.D. Wetmore, Min., Seventh Day Adventist."

Carl Wilhelm MCKENZIE (Murrell Cleland-3, William H.-2, William Enoch-1) was born on 21 Oct 1933 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 24 Jan 1999 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. FROSTBURG - Carl Wilhelm McKenzie, age 65, of the Frostburg Village Nursing Home, died Sunday, Jan. 24, 1999, at the nursing home. Born Oct. 21, 1933, in Finzel, he was the son of the late Murrell C. and Edna V. (McKenzie) McKenzie. He was also preceded in death by one brother, Wayne McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was a self-employed truck driver. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Cumberland. Surviving are his wife, Norma (Burkett) McKenzie; two sons, James Allen McKenzie and wife, Gail, Mount Savage, and Carl William McKenzie Jr. and wife, Susy, Eckhart; three daughters, Karen Sue Shoemaker and husband, Larry, Mount Savage, Diane Marie Valentine and husband, Andre, Georgia, and Brenda Lee Sturtz and husband, Larry, Mount Savage; six brothers, Paul, Darell, Delbert, David, Murrell Jr. and John McKenzie; four sisters, Virginia Shriver, Ilene Miller, Donna Cutter and Janet Stairs; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home on Wednesday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ronald Boyce officiating. Following the services Mr. McKenzie will be cremated in accordance with his wishes. Cumberland Times-News. 
McKenzie, Carl William (I02331)
 
49 "31 Mar 1916. McKenzie, John Lewis, 39, white, Cresaptown, single, miner. Iva Bittner, 25, white, Frostburg, maid. 8 May 1916, Cumberland, Rev. Fr. Iscar, SS Peter and Paul." Allegany County, Md. Marraige License

McKenzie, Louis

Louis McKenzie, 80, of 17 Fifth Street, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. A native of this state, he was a son of the late Samuel and Alice (Winter) McKenzie. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Bertha Weber, this city, and a brother, Gallitzan McKenzie, Fairgo.The body is at the George Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. by Rev. Paul W. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church of Frostburg. Interment will be in the Porter Cemetery at Eckhart.
The Cumberland Times, March 18, 1956
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Published :March 18, 1956
The Cumberland Times
Cumberland,Maryland
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

Per the research of Ray Leidinger, John Louis was baptized 9 April 1876. 
McKenzie, John Louis (I03653)
 
50 "Benton Clement McKinzie, son of Aaron and Elizabeth J. McKinzie, was born April 4, 1877, and departed this light April 22, 1929, at the age of fifty-two years and eighteen days.
He was married to Linnie Rowe in March 1900, who departed this life February 7, 1914. Two sons were born to this union, Harmon and Marion, both of Macksburg, who were with him at the time of his death.
He was married to Bertha M. Switzer, November 10, 1914, who so tenderly cared for him during all his sickness. He was converted at the age of fourteen years and united with the Methodist church at Hanley. Later in life he united with the Baptist church of Macksburg. In his last sickness he stated that he had not always lived as he should, but that he was ready and wanted to ho Home.
Besides his wife and children, he leaves to mourn the departure of a kind, and loving husband, father and brother, three sisters and six brothers; Mrs. S. E. Bonham, of Macksburg, Mrs. L. A. Shoemaker, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, Mrs. H. R. Rawlings and J. W. McKinzie, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, F. H. McKinzie, of Cordor, Missouri, G. H. McKinzie of Wichita, Kansas, James A. McKinzie, of Brighton, Colorado, Josep M. McKinzie, of Woodburn, and Logan B. McKinzie, of Eagle Grove.
All of these were present except Mrs. Shoemaker and J. W. McKinzie, of Oklahoma and F. H. McKinzie of Missouri.
Funeral services were held at the Macksburg Methodist church, Friday, April 26th, conducted by the Rev. Eugene Alexander and the body was laid to rest in the Macksburg cemetery."

"B. C. McKinzie died at his home in Macksburg Monday evening, April 22, 1929. He had not been well all winter, but was taken worse a few days before his death. Mr. McKinzie has lived most of his life in and near Macksburg and for the past six years had been patrolman on Highway No. 16 fro M. O. Brady's farm to the Union county line.
Four brothers, Logan of Eagle Grove, Joe, of Woodburn, James of Brighton, Colorado, and George of Wichita, Kansas, and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Rallings, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, and Mrs. S. E. Bonham, of Macksburg, were here to attend the funeral which was held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Eugene Alexander. Burial was made in the Macksburg cemetery. More details will be found in the mortuary column."

Both articles were taken from the Winterset Madisonian newspaper, dated May 2, 1929. 
McKinzie, Benton Clement (I11898)
 

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