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151 1850 United States Federal Census Record for Daniel Mckenzie. Matilda and first 4 children are listed.

Interestingly, a notice that reads as follows was inserted in the April 14, 1828 edition of the Macon (Georgia) Telegraph:

At Lick Creek, Sangamo County (Illinois), on the 16th ult. By Samuel Wyckoff, Esq., Mr. John McKenzie to Miss Juda Gray; Mr. Daniel McKenzie to Miss Matilda Gray; and Mr. Gabriel McKenzie to Miss Elizabeth Gray. The three gentlemen are brothers and the ladies sisters; and report says the other brother and sister are courting.

The document can be accessed at: http://telegraph.galileo.usg.edu/telegraph/view?docId=news/mwt1828/mwt1828-0064.xml&query=McKenzie&brand=telegraph-brand 
McKinzie, Daniel H. (I04269)
 
152 1870 United States Federal Census.  
153 1880 census information:

Name:John Logsdon
Age:37
Birth Year:abt 1843
Birthplace:Kentucky
Home in 1880:Cooperstown, Brown, Illinois
Race:White
Gender:Male
Relation to Head of House:Self (Head)
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name:Sophia Logsdon
Father's Name:George Logsdon
Father's Birthplace:Kentucky
Mother's name:Sallie Logsdon
Mother's Birthplace:Maryland
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation:Farmer
Cannot read/write:

Blind:

Deaf and Dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane:

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Household Members:
NameAge
John Logsdon37
Sophia Logsdon38
Laura E. Logsdon13
George Logsdon86
Sallie Logsdon81 
Logsdon, John (I38893)
 
154 1880 Census information:

Sophia Logsdon
Age:38
Birth Year:abt 1842
Birthplace:Illinois
Home in 1880:Cooperstown, Brown, Illinois
Race:White
Gender:Female
Relation to Head of House:Wife
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name:John Logsdon
Father's Birthplace:Maryland
Mother's Birthplace:Kentucky
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation:Keeping House
Cannot read/write:

Blind:

Deaf and Dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane:

View image
Household Members:
NameAge
John Logsdon37
Sophia Logsdon38
Laura E. Logsdon13
George Logsdon86
Sallie Logsdon81 
Something, Sophia (I38894)
 
155 1880 Decatur Co Ks. Beaver Twp James 35, born Michigan; Druzilla 30 bon Ohio; Alonzo 12, Ben 10, Minnie 8, all born Ind.; Oliver 7 born Nebraska, Ardella born Jan, 1880 Ks.(Think this is your Della, but census taker off on birthdate??) McKenzie, Drusilla (I04492)
 
156 1880 Residence: Berlin, Frederick, Maryland, United States. McKenzie, Francis (Frank) (I17058)
 
157 1880 United States Federal Census

Name: Celertine Mc Kenzie
Age: 21
Birth Year: abt 1859
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1880: Milan, Allen, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Son
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Elias Mc Kenzie
Father's Birthplace: Maryland
Mother's Name: Mary Mc Kenzie
Mother's Birthplace: Maryland
Occupation: Farm Laborer
Household Members:

Elias Mc Kenzie 67
Mary Mc Kenzie 60
Sarah M. Mc Kenzie 31
George G. Mc Kenzie 28
Henry B. Mc Kenzie 24
Celertine Mc Kenzie 21
Cathorine Mc Kenzie 20
Lucy Mc Kenzie 9


1900 United States Federal Census

Name:Celestine C Mckenzie
[Celestine C Mckinzie]

Age:38
Birth Date:Sep 1861
Birthplace:Indiana
Home in 1900:Columbia, Whitley, Indiana
Race:White
Gender:Male
Relation to Head of House:Brother
Marital Status:Single
Father's Birthplace:Maryland
Mother's Birthplace:Maryland

George L Mckenzie 45
Catharine A Mckenzie 33
Irene M Mckenzie 11
Linus G Mckenzie 6
Aloysus F Mckenzie 3
Helena C Mckenzie 2
Celestine C Mckenzie 38

 
McKenzie, Celestine (I36595)
 
158 1880 United States Federal Census
about Cathorine Mc Kenzie

Name: Cathorine Mc Kenzie
Age: 20
Birth Year: abt 1860
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1880: Milan, Allen, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Elias Mc Kenzie
Father's Birthplace: Maryland
Mother's Name: Mary Mc Kenzie
Mother's Birthplace: Maryland
Household Members:

Elias Mc Kenzie 67
Mary Mc Kenzie 60
Sarah M. Mc Kenzie 31
George G. Mc Kenzie 28
Henry B. Mc Kenzie 24
Celertine Mc Kenzie 21
Cathorine Mc Kenzie 20
Lucy Mc Kenzie 9


1910 United States Federal Census

Name: Mary C Magers
Age in 1910: 50
Birth Year: abt 1860
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1910: Elwood Ward 2, Madison, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: John P Magers
Father's Birthplace: Maryland
Mother's Birthplace: Maryland
Household Members:

John P Magers 52
Mary C Magers 50
Frank Magers 20
Joseph Magers 22
Lawrence Magers 18
Mary Magers 16
Odette Magers 13
Leo Magers 11
Dorothea Magers 8
Gertrude Magers 8
Madonna Magers 5

Birth: 1860
Death: 1946

Spouse: John P. Magers (1857 - 1920)

Children: Frank I. Magers (1889 - 1949)*

Burial:
Saint Josephs Cemetery
Elwood
Madison County
Indiana, USA

Created by: ed
Record added: Aug 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56356313

 
McKenzie, Mary Catherine (I36596)
 
159 1880 United States Federal Census.  
160 1887, December 17, Monnett, Adam L., age 24, Rawlings, Bachelor, Laborer, and Fannie B. McKenzie, 20, Rawlings, Maryland.

21 December 1887, Rawlings, Charles L. Pate, Pastor, Allegany County Marriage Licenses.

Buried Dayton Cemetery. 
Monnett, Adam L. (I14715)
 
161 1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Isadore Mckenzie
Age: 17
Birth Date: Jul 1882
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1900: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Son
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Jacob I Mckenzie
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Name: Winnifried Mckenzie
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Household Members:

Jacob I Mckenzie 49
Winnifried Mckenzie 45
Dorthy Mckenzie 21
Isadore Mckenzie 17
Mary E Mckenzie 15
Annis Mckenzie 13
Teresa Mckenzie 10


1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Isadore Mckenzie
Age in 1910: 27
Birth Year: abt 1883
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1910: Elwood Ward 2, Madison, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Mary Mckenzie
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Household Members:

Isadore Mckenzie 27
Mary Mckenzie 22
Lenore Mckenzie 3
Paul Mckenzie 1
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1920 United States Federal Census
about Dennis J Mckenzie

Name:
Dennis J Mckenzie
[Dennis J Mc Kenzie]
[Dennis J Mc Kanger]
Age: 36
Birth Year: abt 1884
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1920: Elwood Ward 3, Madison, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: May E Mckenzie
Father's Birthplace: Indiana
Mother's Birthplace: Indiana
Household Members:

Dennis J Mckenzie 36
May E Mckenzie 32
Lenora M Mckenzie 12
Paul W Mckenzie 11
Dorothy M Mckenzie 8
Robert I Mckenzie 1
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1930 United States Federal Census
about Dennis I Mckenzie
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1883
Birthplace: Indiana
Race: white
Home in 1930: Elwood, Madison, Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Mary E Mckenzie
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio

Dennis I Mckenzie 47
Mary E Mckenzie 41
Lenora Mckenzie 22
Dorathy Mckenzie 18
Robert Mckenzie 11
James Mckenzie 7


1940 United States Federal Census
Name: Dennis McKenzie
Age: 57
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Southern Hills, Montgomery, Ohio
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Street: Canterbury Dr
House Number: 26
Farm: No
Inferred Residence in 1935: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Residence in 1935: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Resident on farm in 1935: No
Sheet Number: 7B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 147
Occupation: Salesman
House Owned or Rented: Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 6500
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 8th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 50
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 52
Income: 4100
Household Members:

Dennis McKenzie 57
Mary McKenzie 53
James McKenzie 17
 
McKenzie, Dennis Isadore (I36576)
 
162 1910 Census: Enoch L. Age 10, living in Brunswick Town, Frederick Cty., MD

Frederick Post 14 Feb 1911: Roy MacKenzie read " A Hero Story" during The Helping Hand Mission Band Meeting.

Evening Post 27 Mar 1911: Roy MacKenzie won a Red Letter Testament prize, for bringing in 43 new boy members to the meeting of The Student and Employed Boys Club.

Evening Post 7 Oct 1911: Roy MacKenzie participated in a debate in the Junior Belles Literary Society.

Evening Post 24 May 1912: LeRoy MacKenzie recited "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" during the Key Literary Society.

Frederick Post 27 Sep 1912: LeRoy MacKenzie recited "Ships Coming Home" at the Key Literary Society Meeting.

Frederick Post 5 Feb 1914: LeRoy MacKenzie of West Fourth St rolled a 172 at Duckpins at the Pythian Castle bowling alley, three pins shy of a Baltimore record.

Frederick Post 19 Feb 1914: LeRoy MacKenzie is in third place in the high score contest at the Pythian Bowling Alley.

1920 Census Lee Roy E. Age 20, living in Baltimore City, MD, working as a Machinist for B&O RR.




 
MacKenzie, Enoch Leroy (I17067)
 
163 1920 CENSUS: NOKOMIS TWSP, MONTGOMERY CO., ILLINOIS, PAGE 7A, 145/145--JANUARY 14--15

Nance, Levi (Head, M, W, 41, Married, IL/IL/IL, Farmer, General Farm), Nance, Mary (Wife, F, W, 34, Married, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Willard (Son, M, W, 15, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Nellie (Daughter, F, W, 13, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Herbert (Son, M, W, 10, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Mabel (Daughter, F, W, 8, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Bessie (Daughter, F, W, 2 & 6/12, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Jesse (Son, M, W, 7/12, Single, IL/IL/IL, None)

1930 CENSUS: POMONA TWSP., JACKSON CO., ILLINOIS, PAGE 10A, 200/201--APRIL 24

Nance, Levi W. (Head, M, W, 52, Married, Married At Age 26, IL/IL/IL, Farmer, Truck Farm), Nance, Mary E. (Wife, F, W, 44, Married, Married At Age 18, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Herbert L. (Son, M, W, 21, Single, IL/IL/IL, Laborer, Truck Farm), Nance, Bessie L. (Daughter, F, W, 12, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Jessie W. (Son, M, W, 10, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Roy C. (Son, M, W, 6, Single, IL/IL/IL, None), Nance, Mary K. (Daughter, F, W, 4 & 5/12, Single, IL/IL/IL, None) 
Nance, Jesse William (I42154)
 
164 1920 United States Federal Census
about Linus G Mckenzie
Age: 26
Birth Year: abt 1894
Birthplace: Indiana
Home in 1920: Fort Wayne Ward 1, Allen, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Oleva M Mckenzie
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: Indiana

Linus G Mckenzie 26
Oleva M Mckenzie 27


1940 United States Federal Census
Name: Louis G McKenzie
Age: 46
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1894
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana
Map of Home in 1940:View Map
Street: Third Street
House Number: 657
Farm: No
Inferred Residence in 1935: Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana
Residence in 1935: Same House
Sheet Number: 4B
Father's Birthplace: Indiana
Mother's Birthplace: Indiana
Occupation: Foreman
House Owned or Rented: Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 3000
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 8th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 70
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 50
Income: 2960
Income Other Sources: No
Native Language: English
Veteran: Yes
Military service: World War
Social Security Number: Yes
Usual Occupation: Foreman
Usual Industry: Parts Mfg
Usual Class of Worker:
Wage or salary worker in private work

Household Members:

Louis G McKenzie 46
Olivea M McKenzie 47
George E McKenzie 19
Dorothy J McKenzie 17
Paul L McKenzie 14

Birth: 1893
Death: 1966

Spouse: Oleva M McKenzie (1892 - 1986)

Burial:
Catholic Cemetery
Fort Wayne
Allen County
Indiana, USA

Created by: OPPSheryl
Record added: Jan 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84139723





 
McKenzie, Linus G. (I36600)
 
165 1920 United States Federal Census.  
166 1920: Occupation - Miner, Widowed, rented house in Eckhart Mines, Dist. 24, Allegany Co.
1944 Info: Address - 48 Mechanic St., Cumberland, Md., Occupation - Restaurant Owner
Buried - St. Michael's Cemetery, Frostburg, Md.
There are several other men from Lonaconing with the same nickname "Skeets."

A requiem mass will be held Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic church for John C. "Skeets" McKenzie, 57, of 48 North Mechanic street, operator of a beer tavern and well-known former baseball player of this section, who died last night in Allegany Hospital. Burial will be made in St. Michael's cemetery, Frostburg. Mr. McKenzie, in failing health for the past several years, became seriously ill last Wednesday. He was admitted to the hospital Sunday. He played for several baseball teams in the Georges Creek region as well as at Carlisle, Pa., and gained a reputation as a catcher. He retired from the game about (unreadable) years ago. A native of Lonaconing, Mr. McKenzie was the son of the late Joshua and Mary Ellen McKenzie. He worked in the mines in the Georges Creek area and subsequently was employed by both the Western Maryland and B & O Railroads. He worked as a brakeman for the former company. Moving to Cumberland in 1924, Mr. McKenzie operated his business here for the past eight years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ida Mae (Young) McKenzie; two daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Dietz, Baltimore; Miss Julia McKenzie, at home; a son, Tech Sgt. Paul McKenzie, in England with the Army Air Forces; two brothers, Elie McKenzie, Frostburg; Timothy McKenzie, Baltimore; and two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Connelly, Wilkinsburg, Pa., and Mrs. Sadie Turnova, Wilmington, Del. The Cumberland Evening Times, August 22, 1944.

John C. McKenzie, restaurant owner, son of Joshua McK and Mary Ellen Alexander; husband of Ida May Young; born August 3, 1887, MD; died August 21, 1944, of a hemorrhage, in Cumberland; buried Aug 25, 1944, St. Michael's, Frostburg; informant, Mrs. John C. McKenzie. From Sheryl Kelso and Don Kagle based upon death certificate. 
McKenzie, John C. (Skeets) (I00511)
 
167 1940 United States Federal Census
about Lenore Fettig
Name: Lenore Fettig
Respondent: yes
Age:32
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birthplace: Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Home in 1940: Elwood, Madison, Indiana
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Street: South 18th Street
House Number: 601
Inferred Residence in 1935: Rural, Delaware, Indiana
Residence in 1935: Rural, Delaware, Indiana
Resident on farm in 1935: No
Sheet Number: 10A
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: College, 4th year
Weeks Worked in 1939: 0
Income: 0
Income Other Sources: No

Household Members:

Leo B Fettig 35
Lenore Fettig 32
Dennis Fettig 7
Dorothy Fettig 5
Paul Fettig 2

 
McKenzie, Lenora (I36603)
 
168 1967 in Vietnam.

Marine Is Killed In Vietnam
L/CpI. F. E. Theis Lived In City

A former Cumberland young man was killed in action May 24 while serving with the U.S Marine Corps in Vietnam. He was Lance Corporal Freddie E. Theis, 20, son of Frederick W. and Loyola (Klosterman) Theis, 1324 Warwick Road, Ashtabula, Ohio. The Theis family resided on Cresap Drive before moving to Ohio in 1950. Born in Cumberland, the young Marine had been serving in Vietnam four and a half months. He graduated from Harbor High School in Ashtabula in 1964, and was employed by the Star Beacon there prior to entering the service. Also surviving besides his parents is a brother, Dale Theis at home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber R. Theis Sr., of Cumberland, are an aunt and uncle. The body will be returned to the Ross Funeral Home in Ashtabula. The Cumberland News, Friday, June 2, 1967 
Theis, Freddie E. (I33569)
 
169 1st Baronet Cooper of Wimborne in 1622.

Anne Ashley, heir to the vast lands of the Ashley family dating back to Henry III (1216-1272), married Sir John Cooper, later Baronet of Rockbourne. The son of Anne Ashley and Sir John Cooper was Anthony Ashley Cooper, usually known as "Lord Ashley, the first Earl of Shaftesbury." The Oxford Dictionary sums him up, "...Shaftesbury was undoubtedly the most eminent politician of his time; Burnet declares that he never knew any man equal to him in the art of governing parties." His brother George had a son named James Cooper, who went to America in 1681, settling in Philadelphia, where he had eight children. 
Ashley, Ann (I18909)
 
170 1st LT 20 AL Militia, Indian Wars
buried in Wiggins Cemetery 
Wiggins, Stephen W. (I31530)
 
171 1St LT US Army
buried in Greenview Memorial Park
DATE 1956
SOUR @S281@
DATA
TEXT Online publication - Ancestry.com. Social Security Death In
CONC dex [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Net
CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
Bayles, Truitt Randolph (I28114)
 
172 2. Harry Aloysius MCKENZIE (Charles-1) was born on 17 Feb 1889 in Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 28 Jun 1971 in Grantsville, Garrett Co., Maryland. Grantsville - Harry A. McKenzie, 82, died yesterday at his home. A native of Avilton, he was a son of the late Charles L. and Lydie (Wiland) McKenzie. His wife, Ida (Wilhelm) McKenzie preceded him in death. He was a member of St. Stephen's Catholic Church. Surviving are three sons: Lemuel McKenzie, Miami, Fla.; Clinton McKenzie, here; and Gordon McKenzie, Baltimore; a daughter, Mrs. Kathryn O'Rourke, Lonaconing; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Newman Funeral Home where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p. m. The rosary will be recited there tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Thursday at 10 a.m. at St. Stephen's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, June 29, 1971.

He was buried in St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. He. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKenzie celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in November at their home in Grantsville. The former Miss Ida Wilhelm, daughter of the late Olen and Kathryn (Garlitz) Wilhelm, became the bride of Mr. McKenzie, son of the late Charles and Lydia (Wiland) McKenzie, November 23, 1910. The ceremony was performed in St. Ann's Catholic Church in Avilton, Md., by the late Rev. Father Aloysius. They are the parents of five children: Mrs. Kathryn O'Rourke, Lonaconing; the late Leonard McKenzie, Grantsville; Lemuel McKenzie, Miami, Fla.; Clinton J.McKenzie, Grantsville; and Gordon McKenzie, Baltimore. They also have 12 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Mr. McKenzie is a retired employe of Bender and Son, Stanton's Mill, and has cared for his invalid wife for the past five years. The Cumberland Sunday Times, January 15, 1967

Harry Aloysius MCKENZIE and Ida May WILHELM were married on 23 Nov 1910. Ida May WILHELM (daughter of John Olin WILHELM and Mary Katherine GARLITZ) was born on 4 Mar 1891 in Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. She died on 5 Jul 1970 in Oakland, Garrett Co., Maryland. GRANTSVILLE ? Mrs. Ida M. McKenzie, 79, died yesterday at Garrett County Memorial Hospital, Oakland. Born in Avilton, she was a daughter of the late Olen and Kathryn (Garlitz) Wilhelm. She was a member of St. Stephen's Catholic Church and the Confraternity of Christian Wives and Mothers. Surviving are her husband, Harry McKenzie, three sons, Lemuel McKenzie, Miami, Fla.; Clinton J. McKenzie, Grantsville; and Gordon McKenzie, Baltimore; a daughter, Mrs. Kathryn O'Rourke, Lonaconing; five brothers, Leonard, Thomas, Floyd and Asa Wilhelm, Avilton; and Julius McKenzie, National Highway; four sisters, Mrs. Minnie Russell, Barton; Mrs. Meta Seiforth, Frostburg; Mrs. Mary Broadwater, Avilton and Mrs. Elisabeth Gerlach, Sykesville; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Newman Funeral Home where friends will be received from 7 until 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. The rosary will be recited there tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. Stephen's Church and burial will follow in St. Ann's Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, July 6, 1970 She was buried on 8 Jul 1970 in St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. Harry Aloysius MCKENZIE and Ida May WILHELM had the following children: 
McKenzie, Harry Aloysius (I06233)
 
173 246 B Hastings St.
buried in Bryant Cemetery

Birthday: was a Sunday.
Death: was a Thursday.

Name: Georgia Lee Mckenzie
Titles & Terms (Original):
Titles & Terms (Standardized):
Death Date: 17 Dec 1944
Death Place: Mobile, Mobile, Alabama
Gender: Female
Race (Original): Caucasin
Race (Standardized):
Age at Death: 30y 9m 25d
Estimated Birth Date: 1914
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1914
Birthplace: Monroe, Alabama
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Frank Lonnie Mckenzie, Sr.
Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original):
Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized):
Father's Name: William R. Brown
Father's Titles & Terms (Original):
Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized):
Father's Birthplace: Monroe, Alabama
Mother's Name: Mackie Bayles
Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):
Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized):
Mother's Birthplace: Monroe, Alabama
Occupation: House wife.
Street Address: 227 B Hastings St.
Residence: Chickasaw, Mobile, Alabamaq
Cemetery: Bryant Cemetery
Burial Place: Finchburg, Monroe, Alabama
Burial Date: 19 Dec 1944
Funeral Home: Martin-Chevalier
Informant: Frank L. McKenzie, Sr.
Additional Relatives:
Film Number: 1908790
Reference Number: cn 24641
(Medical):died during child berth. 
Brown, Georgia Lee (I18078)
 
174 2nd Baron of Wormleighton. Spencer, William (I19680)
 
175 32nd and 58th Consolidated Regiment, Alabama Infantry. Wiggins, Milton Alfred (I31417)
 
176 40.22 acres of land.
156 acres of land.
occupation: farmer.
$1380.
$387. 
Creighton, Chapman Levy (I22537)
 
177 417-09-6226 Bayles, James Lewis (I27668)
 
178 419-38-8542. Owens, Margaret Glennice (I17432)
 
179 5th Earl of Shrewsbury Talbot, Francis (I24872)
 
180 6th Regiment (Sharp's) Virginia Militia. Biggs, Peter Read (I22383)
 
181 8 Sept 1770 Frederick Co MD. will of Ann Durbin, probated 5 Oct 1770. Children: William, Daniel, Thomas, John, Nicholas, Christopher, Edward, Benj, Sarah McKinsey, Ann Stevenson, Margaret Brown, Mary Logsdon Logsdon, Anne (I00533)
 
182 ?Birth: 22 SEP 1840 in Macon County, Illinois
?Death: 19 May 1914 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
?Burial: 21 May 1914 Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
?Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 147A
?Census: 1856 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 114
?Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 147
?Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Union Twp, Pg 135A
?Census: 1873 Iowa, Madison, Union Twp, Pg 4
?Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 152B
?Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 102
?Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 202
?Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 195A
?Census: 1910 Idaho, Nez Perce, Hatwai Prcnt, Pg 10A
?Note: In 1910, Henry was an inmate at the poor farm. 
Porter, Henry McKinzie (I11864)
 
183 ?Burial: 9 DEC 1907 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
?Note: Malinda is the daughter of Aaron and Cecile (Logsdon) McKinzie.

The following is per Find-a-Grave:

Birth: Nov., 1829
Death: Dec. 6, 1907
Oklahoma, USA

Malinda McKinzie came to Iowa in 1846, settling first in Story County. In 1858, she moved to Madison County along with her husband, John Henry Porter, and her brother, Aaron McKinzie.

Malinda and John Henry Porter had 11 children:

Henry Porter, born Sept 22, 1840, in Macon Co., Illinois, and died in Lewiston, Idaho.

Anna Elizabeth (Porter) Blair, born April 28, 1842, in Macon Co., Illinois, and died in Perry, Iowa, Nov 3, 1935.

Edward Porter, born May 11, 1844, in Macon Co., Illinois.

Aaron (Paddy) Porter, born Jan 17, 1846.

Malinda Porter, born Nov 6, 1847 (died in childhood)

John H. Porter, born Dec 11, 1849.

W.J. Porter, born March 17, 1851 (died in childhood).

Charles Porter, born Oct 13, 1852.

George Taylor Porter, born Jan 15, 1885, in Madison Co., Iowa, and died Aug 4, 1928, in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Thomas J. Porter, born Dec 6, 1857, died Feb 8, 1938.

Mary Porter, born Dec 12, 1858.


Family links:
Spouse:
John Henry Porter (1816 - 1887)

Inscription:
At Rest Malinda Porter December 6, 1907 aged 78 years 21 days  
McKinzie, Malinda (I01443)
 
184 A 1910 graduate of Meredith College she helped establish the Home Economics Department at Meredith. She married the widowed Rev Freeman and raised five sons. An active member of the Pullen Baptist Church the family was active in trying to improve race relations in the communi Parker, Katherine (I23544)
 
185 A 34-year-old father of three children apparently was electrocuted last night while helping to install a conveyor in Eckhart Mine No. 10 of the Consolidated Fuel Company. District inspectors for the Bureau of Mines identified the victim as Thomas E. Shimer, husband of Mrs. Dorothy (Grant) Shimer, Cemetery Road, Eckhart. His death occurred at 11 p.m. Shimer was aiding several other miners setting up the conveyor in a small room 50 feet long from the main heading. His duties included pulling out a chain from a motor to the conveyor which loads coal. With him at the time were Carl Dixon, of Spring Street, Frostburg; William Pape, Route 2, Frostburg, and Michael DeMareno, Eckhart. A spokesman said Shimer came out of the heading in front of the motor and then went back in. Instead of retracing his steps, he tried to squeeze between the motor and a prop. Pape, who was about 15 feet away, said he heard Shimer exclaim, "Oh!" and turned around to see him hunched down with an arm on the motor and his head on the ground. Shimer's safety hat was still on his head and his hand was "jerking." According to Pape, he called to fellow workers and two men immediately began to give Shimer artificial respiration. Two hours of life-saving work proved futile . . . The body was brought to Memorial Hospital for an autopsy. (More to story) Besides his widow, Shimer is survived by a son, Thomas, seven years old; Dorothy, ten; Wilma Lee, two; his mother, Mrs. Lora Shimer; a brother, James W. Shimer; and a sister, Mrs. Orville Crowe, both of Frostburg. His father was the late James A. Shimer. The body will be taken to the home in Eckhart. The Cumberland Evening Times, January 10, 1952. Shimer, Thomas E. (I13103)
 
186 A 41-year-old Lonaconing woman died yesterday afternoon when her car left State Route 36 about two miles south of Lonaconing in Moscow and went into Georges Creek. Mrs. Donna Pauline Smith, Box 12, Detmold Street, Lonaconing, was pronounced dead on arrival at Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Smith was the wife of John E. Smith and the mother of four children. State Police reported she was alone and traveling north on Route 36 when the vehicle ran off the west side of the road, hit a concrete bridge and flipped over on its top, landing in Georges Creek. Dr. Benedict Skitarelic, county medical examiner, attributed the cause of death to drowning. Tfc. W. D. Grose of the State Police at LaVale investigated. Mrs. Smith was born at Cross, W. Va., and was the daughter of Ralph McKenzie, Westernport, and the late Ella M. (Coleman) Smith. Mrs. Smith was a member of the Pentecostal Church at Piedmont. Also surviving, besides her husband and father, are two daughters and two sons, Joyce Donna, Charles and Steve Smith, all at home; eight sisters, Mrs. Joanna Walker, Barton; Mrs. Janice Rosier, Canton, Ohio; Mrs. Shirley Spencer, Keyser; Mrs. Martha Beeman and Mrs. Brenda Waybright, both of Fairoaks, Pa.; Mrs. Carolyn Duckworth, Frostburg; and Misses Margaret and Sandra McKenzie, both of Westernport, and two brothers, David, Pasadena, Md., and Gary McKenzie, Fairoaks. The body is at the Eichhorn Funeral Home, Lonaconing, where friends will be received today, from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Wednesday at Piedmont Pentecostal Holiness Church by Rev. Roy Frazier. Burial will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. The body will be taken to the church at noon Wednesday. The Cumberland News, August 10, 1970. McKenzie, Donna Pauline (I12421)
 
187 A bit of confusion here. It is listed as memorial for Glenn D., but both obits say Glenn W.

Glenn D.
Birth: 1935
Death: Jan. 24, 2011
Edina
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA

EDINA,MINNESOTA -- Glenn W. McKenzie, 76, of Edina, formerly of Berlin, Pa., passed away Jan. 24, 2011.

He was the brother of Richard E. McKenzie, Cumberland, Md.

He will be remembered in a memorial service Saturday, April 9, 2011, at 11 a.m. at Deaner Funeral Home, 705 Main St., Berlin.

Interment will be in St. Gregory's Cemetery, Macdonaldton.

Published :April 5, 2011
The Cumberland Times-News
Cumberland,Maryland

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Glenn W. McKenzie, 76, Edina, Minn., formerly of Berlin
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Glenn W. McKenzie, 76, Edina, Minn., formerly of Berlin, passed away Jan. 24, 2011. Preceded in death by parents Virginia and Lee McKenzie; brothers: Lee, Bob, Bill, Aaron and Donnie; and sister-in-law Ruby McKenzie; and brother-in-law George Hoffman. Survived by loving wife of 55 years, Becky; brothers: Richard (Georgene) and Larry "Butch;" sisters: Patty Hoffman, Judy (Tom) VanHorn and Linda (Sam) Fochtman; sisters-in-law: Althea, Veronica, Ina and Elizabeth; many nieces and nephews. Glenn was a 50-year loyal employee of Konica Business Machines. In his retirement, Glenn enjoyed working part time for Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. He was a mentor to many, extraordinary uncle, devoted brother and loving husband. Memorial service 11 a.m. April 9 at Deaner Funeral Home, 705 Main St., Berlin. Interment St. Gregory Cemetery, Macdonaldton. Memorials preferred to Berlin Area Historical Society or St. Gregory's Church.  
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188 A collection of parish records in England and Wales from the 1500s to the 1800s.  
189 A freak accident resulted in the death Tuesday of a former Lonaconing man in Conneaut, Ohio, where he had been residing. Howard A. Beeman, 64, suffered fatal injuries when he reportedly fell from the car in which he was riding. According to reports, a door on the vehicle flew open and Mr. Beeman fell to his death. He was a son of the late George A. and Julia (Garlitz) Beeman. Surviving are his widow, Myrtle Alice (Garlitz) Beeman; four daughters, Mrs. Virginia Thomas, Conneaut, and Mrs. Alice Moses, Mrs. Lucille Pitcher and Mrs. Rosemary King, Baltimore; seven sons, Alvin Beeman, Moscow; Harry, James, Howard Jr., and Franklin Beeman, all of Conneaut; Gilbert Beeman, Baltimore, and Russell Beeman, (Seattle); 33 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Groves, Baltimore, and Mrs. Eva Groves, Laurel; two brothers, George Beeman, Detroit, and Raymond Beeman, Kitzmiller. The body will be at the Eichhorn Funeral Home today. Services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Rev. George Loar will officiate and interment will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Route 40. The Cumberland News, April 3, 1964 Beeman, Howard A. (I02987)
 
190 A Judge and Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas.
Clerk of Lancaster. 
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191 A memorial stone was erected by the Groton Historical Society in 1946 for the family of William Longley, his second wife, Deliverance Crisp.

The Memorial read: "Near this spot dwelt William and Deliverance Longley with their eight children. On the 27th of July 1694, the Indians killed the father and mother and five of the children and carried into captivity the other three."

While the inscription reads five children were killed, we know of four who would be at this site: William, Joseph, and two infants. Jemima was scalped and left for dead. There is disagreement whether she died at the scene or later. No further records of this Jemima have been found in town records after 1694.

The location of the burial site of the Longley family is based, in part, on the following: "The house where the massacre was perpetrated was made of hewn logs and was standing at the beginning of the nineteenth century about two miles north of Groton Centre. The family were buried a few rods northwest of the house. A small apple tree marks the spot." 
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192 A Southern Griffin Family.  
193 A surprise buffet reception celebrating the 38th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beal, Frostburg, was held at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Knobley Heights, Short Gap. The event was given by their children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Beal were married February 26, 1936, and are the parents of four children, Mrs. Donna Lee Ruocco and James Beal Sr., Frostburg; Patricia Beal, a student at Beall High School, and Mrs. Eileen White, Short Gap. Mrs. Beal is the former Leannah Kroll, daughter of the late Conrad and Ellen (Ort) Kroll. Mr. Beal is the son of the late William and Margaret (Jones) Beal. They have nine grandchildren. Mr. Beal recently retired from Celanese Fibers Company after 42 years. Attending were Mrs. Julia Baker, Mr. and Mrs. William Kroll, Mr. and Mrs. David Beal, and Jennifer, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Beal and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winner and family. The Cumberland Sunday Times, March 10, 1974 Beal, Ralph (I33292)
 
194 A unique collection of marriage records, death records, land records, historical sketches, and biographies, this Family Archive CD references approximately 200,000 individuals who lived in North Carolina during the 1700s and 1800s. Combining personal reco  
195 Aaron is reflected in the Washington County (later Allegany County) 1783 Tax List along with his father Gabriel and his brothers, Daniel and Samuel.

Per the research of Bobbie McKenzie, October 2013:

Aaron Sr. m. Mary Durbin, Adm of Accounts, Allegany Co., MD 29 June 1822, Comfort Durbin nee Logsdon Daughters: Honour, wife of Henry Mattingly; Mary, wife of Aaron McKenzie Sr. Exr.: Aaron McKenzie, Sr. Wit>:A Bruce, F. Bruce, Elijah Durbin.

The following is additional information from Bobbie McKenzie sent in October 2013 that needs to be explored in the future with respect to Aaron:

Willstown 1800 p23 Aaron m 1755-84; p24 Samuel 1 m before 1755, 3 f 1774-84,1 f 1790-1800, 1 m 1774-84, 2 m 1784-1790, 3 m 1790-1800 (probably Samuel 1751-1837); Gabriel 1 m 1755-1774

First record to designate "Sr."
2nd Election Dist 1820 p. 15 Allegany Co MD
Aaron Sr. 2m b before 1775; 1 m 1775-1794; 2 m 1794-1804; 1 m 1802-04; 1 m 1800-10 (didn?t keep track of females)

p.17 Samuel 1 m before 1775; Jesse 1 m before 1775; Caleb 1 m before 1775

p. 18 Moses 1 m before 1775 (probably Moses of Moses 1720); Gabriel 1 m before 1775 (looks like 6 kids); Joshua 1 m 1775-94

Aaron 00 /00 /1790 Washington Co Pa 1m 16+, 2 m un 16, 4 f

Aaron 10 /07 /1794 Allegheny Co Pa witness to will of Moses Porter

Aaron 00 /00 /1794 Allegheny Co PA served militia co with Robert ?& Joseph

Penn Archives Third Series, Vol. 22 10 July 1794 Aaron witnesses will of Moses Porter.

Moses Porter's will was probated in Allegany County, Maryland, on 5 January 1795. The will was dated 10 July 1794, and mentions his wife Margaret, sons Aaron, John William, Joshua, Bethel,Thomas, and Moses, and daughters Eleanor and Sarah. The executors were his wife Margaret and his brother John. Witnesses were William Shaw, Aaron Mackenzie, and Michael Porter.

Aaron doesn?t show in 1830 census. Other researchers say he died 1829. Have found no record of marriage, death, burial. No info on children. 
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196 Aaron McKenzie

Aaron McKenzie was born in Maryland in 1792. He married Hannah Johnson on 10 MAR 1819 and together they had (at least) five children (and probably seven) (1):

1.Daniel McKenzie
Born 1817
Married Sarah (Sallie) Spencer 27 MAR 1847 in Allegany County
Had children Hannah, Henry, John Franklin, Annette, George and Newton
Died 23 SEPT 1896 in Cresaptown, Maryland

2.Silas (Cyrus) Johnson McKenzie
Born 13 Mar 1830
Married Sarah Elizabeth Spencer in 1859

3.Aaron William McKenzie
Born 16 Dec 1830
Married Margaret Ann Martin
Had children Hannah, George, Percy, Lavina, Taylor, James, Charles Walter and John Burr

4.John Ephriam McKenzie
Born 1835
Married Mary Alice Martin
Had children Aaron B., Charles Winfield, John W. and Horace Russell

5.Samuel McKenzie

Aron McKinsey (actual spelling) first appears in the 1820 census. (3) He is listed as the head of household. His age is given as being between twenty-six and forty-five. His wife is also listed in the same age category. There was one female child in the household, whose age is listed as being less than ten years old.

Aaron McKinsey appears next in the 1830 census. (4) At that time the records reflect that he had two male children under the age of five living at home, one male between the age of five and ten, one female between the age of five and ten and another female between the age of ten and fifteen.

The 1840 census (5) also shows Aaron McKinsey living in Election District 6 in Allegany County. There was one male under the age of five in his household, two males between the age of five and ten, one male between the age of fifteen and twenty, one female between fifteen and twenty and another female between twenty and thirty.

Aaron McKenzie was listed in the 1850 Census for Allegany County. (6) He was fifty-eight at the time his wife, Hannah, was fifty-seven years old. He was working as a laborer. Cyrus (age 21), Aaron (age 20) and John E. (age 18) were still living at home. Susan Baird, age seventeen, and listed as a teacher was living with them along with Emily _______, age 40 and a nineteen year old male. (7)

By the time the 1860 census was taken (8) Aaron and his wife, Hannah and their son, Aaron W. age twenty-four had moved to Hampshire, Virginia (now West Virginia). Aaron was sixty-six years old (which is off by two years if you compare it with the 1850 census and would have meant that he was born in 1794) and was working as a carpenter. Hannah was fifty-six years old (which also does not coincide with the 1850 census, since she was listed as being fifty-seven on that document). Aaron, Hannah and Aaron W. (9) were all born in the State of Maryland.

The 1860 census also provides us with information on Cyrus (Silas) McKenzie, who was two of Aaron?s sons. (10) He was living close by to his parents, was thirty years old and was living with Sarah E., age seventeen. The census reflects that they had been married in the past year. Silas (as it was listed in this census) was born in the State of Maryland.

Interestingly, the author was experimenting one night with the Ancestry.com census search program when he discovered Aaron McKenzie (b. 1792) and his wife Hannah McKenzie living in Jefferson, Noble County, Ohio in 1870. (11). They were listed as being 78 and 77, respectively. They were residing with John Kyles, age 56, his wife, Mary E., age 50, and their seven children. When you compare the 1860 census with the one from 1870, Aaron and Hannah McKenzie are residing with the Kyles in the Western District, Hampshire County, Virginia. The 1880 Jefferson, Noble County, Ohio census reflects that Mary E. Kyles was now widowed and living with her three youngest children. Aaron and Hannah McKenzie are no longer living in the household, which suggests perhaps that they died in the preceding ten years.

Endnotes


1. The census records in 1820, 1830 and 1840 reflect that Aaron and Hannah had two daughters, assuming that the young females actually living in their household were daughters and not simply female relatives who had come to live with them.

2. In another portion of his notes, Col. MacKenzie states as follows: ?J.F.G. (referring to J.F. Grant) said Daniel IV had as children Henry, Frank, George J. (Boss Geo.), Newton, Hannah, Isabel (Belle) and Louise.?

3. 1820 Federal Census, LDS film number 0,193,702, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6, page 39 and 40.

4. 1830 Federal Census, LDS film number 0,013,176, Maryland, Allegany County, page 40.

5. 1840 Federal Census, LDS film number 0,013,182, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6.

6. 1850 Federal Census, LDS film number 013, 194, Maryland, Allegany County, Election District 6, page 130 of the book.

7. The names are not readable on the microfilm because it appears that someone placed some scotch tape on the record at some time causing the information to be illegible.

8. 1860 Federal Census, LDS film number 805, 350, Virginia, Hampshire County, New Creek Station, Western District, page 296 and 297 of the book.

9. Aaron W. McKenzie appears in the 1900 Census at Maryland, Allegany County, Rawlings Election District No. 7, Supervisor District 4, Enumeration District No. 102. If you do a search on Ancestry.com in the 1900 Federal Census for ?Saras? McKenzie, the reference to Aaron and his wife, Margaret, will pop up. The transcriber simply misread the name.

10. 1860 Federal Census, LDS film number 805, 350, Virginia, Hampshire County, New Creek Station, Western District, page 298 of the book.

11. 1870 Census, Ohio, Noble County, Jefferson Township, page 22, lines 17 and 18, July 6, 1870.

Note from Don Kagle in November, 2014:

Dick and Mike:

Back to Aaron William McK for a sec. I don't have a daughter Susan as a result of the following: 1850 Census for Alleg. Co. Md. Dist 6, has a Susan Baird, 17 b.abt 1833, teacher living with Aaron & Hannah. 1840 census has the total in the household at 9 people. There are no females indicated that would have been seven.

Don

Aaron Mckenzie
United States Census, 1870
Name:Aaron Mckenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1870
Event Place:Ohio, United States
Gender:Male
Age:78
Race:White
Race (Original):W
Birth Year (Estimated):1791-1792
Birthplace:Maryland
Page Number:22
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
John KylesM56Virginia
Mary E KylesF50Maryland
Emily KylesF18Maryland
Loyd KylesM16Maryland
Mary G KylesF14Maryland
Sarah C KylesF12Virginia
John A KylesM8Virginia
William J KylesM5Ohio
Emily E KylesF2Ohio
Aaron MckenzieM78Maryland
Hannah MckenzieF77Maryland
Household ID: 155 , Line Number: 17 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552751 , Digital Folder Number: 004093993 , Image Number: 00271

Aaron Mc Kenzie
United States Census, 1860
Name:Aaron Mc Kenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1860
Event Place:Western District, Hampshire, Virginia, United States
Gender:Male
Age:66
Race:White
Race (Original):White
Birth Year (Estimated):1794
Birthplace:Maryland
Page:296
Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number:M653
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
John KilesM48Virginia
Mary E KilesF37Maryland
Frederick KilesM15Maryland
Hannah E KilesF13Maryland
Nelson KilesM12Maryland
Emily R KilesF9Maryland
Loyd KilesM7Maryland
Mary G KilesF5Maryland
Kate KilesF2Virginia
Aaron Mc KenzieM66Maryland
Hannah Mc KenzieF56Maryland
Aaron W Mc KenzieM24Maryland
Martha DawsonF18Virginia
Household ID: 5 , GS Film Number: 805350 , Digital Folder Number: 004297379 , Image Number: 00252

Aaron Mckenzee
United States Census, 1850
Name:Aaron Mckenzee
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1850
Event Place:Allegany county, part of, Allegany, Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:58
Race:White
Birth Year (Estimated):1792
House Number:1886
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Aaron MckenzeeM58
Hannah MckenzeeF57
Cyrus MckenzeeM21
Aaron MckenzeeM20
John E MckenzeeM18
Susan BairdF17Pennsylvania
EmilyF40Maryland
N*M19
Household ID: 1910 , Line Number: 21 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M432 , Affiliate Film Number: 277 , GS Film Number: 13194 , Digital Folder Number: 004193973 , Image Number: 00281
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197 Aaron McKinzie (1905)
MCKINZIE, FIELDS, Knowles, SHAFFER
Posted By: Pat Hochstetler (email)
Date: 2/5/2010 at 08:27:24
Winterset Reporter ? June 29, 1905
Obituary
Aaron McKinzie was born February 18, 1835, in Macon County, Ill., where he lived with his parents until their death in 1839. He came to Iowa with his brother and sister in 1849. He was married in 1855 to Sarah E. Fields who died in 1857. In 1860 he married Miss Elizabeth Knowles who died in 1862. He was again married in 1866 to Miss Elizabeth J. Shaffer who died in 1888. To these unions were born fourteen children, twelve of whom are living. He has been making his home with his son Frank in this city since 1900, but for the past ten months has been an inmate of the hospital at the Soldiers Home at Marshalltown, where he died Friday June 23, 1905. His remains arrived here Saturday evening and the funeral occurred at Macksburg Sunday, conducted by Rev. Cross.
__________________________
Winterset Madisonian
Wednesday, June 29, 1905
Page 5
Macksburg
The remains of Aaron McKinzie, who has for the past year been staying at the soldier's home at Marshalltown, were brought here on Saturday evening and the funeral services held at Macksburg, his former home on Sunday." Aaron McKinzie was born on February 18, 1835 in Christian county, Illinois, and died at Marshalltown, Iowa, June 23, 1905. At 11 years of age he came to Iowa with a sister and made his home in Story county until 1858, when he came to Madison County. In 1860 in answer to the President's call he enlisted and for 4 years and 7 months served his country. Mr. McKinzie was married three times, his wives all having preceeded him to the life beyond. He leaves to mourn 7 boys and five girls and several grandchildren and a host of friends. The funeral was held at the Baptist church in Macksburg Sunday, June 25th at 3 p. m. (of which he was a member) counducted by the pastor, Rev. H. A. Cross , assisted by Rev. Trueblood of the M. E. church. A large congregation was in attendance and the house was not large enough to accommodate all. The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this place (Macksburg). The house was appropriately draped and decorated under the auspices of the W. R. C. assisted by the old soldiers, the pall bearers being from the boys of the sixties.

"In 1860, in answer to the President's call, he enlisted, and for 4 years and 7 months served his country. [He enlisted as a Private in Co. A of the 39th Iowa Infantry on Aug 14, 1862, and was mustered into federal service on Sept 8, 1862. He was taken prisoner at Allatoona on 10/5/1864. He mustered out of the service on May 26, 1865, in Davenport.]

See page 470 of The Porters of Colonial Maryland, United Printers, Tacoma, Washington. Also on file at the Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.

See Iowa State Census Collection,


James A Mckinzie

Birth Year: abt 1880
Birth Place: Madison
Gender: Male
Census Date: 1885
Residence State: Iowa
Residence County: Madison
Locality: Grand River
Roll: IA1885_226
Line: 4
Family Number: 89
Household Members:
Aaron Mckinzie Age 49
Elizabeth Mckinzie, age 42
Francis H Mckinzie, age 16
George H Mckinzie, age 14
Edward M Mckinzie, age 13
Nancy S Mckinzie, age 11
Malinda Mckinzie, age 9
Benton C Mckinzie, age 8
Anna Mckinzie, age 6
James A Mckinzie, age 5
Joseph R Mckinzie, age 4
Logan Mckinzie, age 0

More information from Bobbie McKenzie, May 16, 2013:

: I71453
?Name: Aaron McKinzie
?Sex: M
Marriage 1 Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky ?Married: 11 AUG 1818 in Kentucky Children 1. Malinda McKinzie b: 15 NOV 1822 in Kentucky 2. Edward McKinzie b: ABT. 1826 in Kentucky 3. Aaron McKinzie b: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois

?ID: I21829
?Name: Aaron McKinzie
?Sex: M
?Birth: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
?Death: 23 JUN 1905 in Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa
?Burial: 25 JUN 1905 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
?Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 148
?Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 117B
?Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 115B
?Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 112
?Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, South Twp, Pg 578
?Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 146B


Father: Aaron McKinzie
Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky

Marriage 1 Sarah E. Fields b: ABT. 1838 ?Married: 1855 in probably Story County, Iowa Children 1. Louisa Jennie McKinzie b: 21 DEC 1855 in Madison County, Iowa

Marriage 2 Mary Eliza Knowles b: ABT. 1840 in Indiana ?Married: 6 JAN 1860 in Madison County, Iowa Children 1. John William McKinzie b: 28 DEC 1860 in Madison County, Iowa

Marriage 3 Elizabeth Jane Shafer b: 16 NOV 1841 in Indiana ?Married: 1 JUL
1866 in Madison County, Iowa

Children 1. Mary Elizabethh McKinzie b: 4 APR 1867 in Madison County, Iowa 2. Francis Henry McKinzie b: OCT 1868 in Madison County, Iowa 3. George H. McKinzie b: MAR 1870 in Madison County, Iowa 4. Edward M. McKinzie b: 21 OCT 1871 in Madison County, Iowa 5. Nancy Sarah Elizabeth McKinzie b: ABT. 1873 in Madison County, Iowa 6. Benton Clement McKinzie b: 4 APR 1877 in Madison County, Iowa 7. Anna Rebecca McKinzie b: 19 NOV 1878 in Madison County, Iowa 8. James Aaron McKinzie b: 20 AUG 1880 in Macksburg, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa 9. Joseph R. McKinzie b: 20 NOV 1881 in Madison County, Iowa 10. Samuel Logan McKenzie b: 14 NOV 1884 in Madison County, Iowa 11. Malinda D. McKinzie b: 30 APR 1875 in Madison County, Iowa

Father: Aaron McKinzie
Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky

The following email was circulated by Dick MacKenzie in December, 2013:

All: A few items in response to the documents that Priscilla furnished to Bobbie the other day:

The Jennie Guilliams she mentions is apparently the one daughter that Aaron had with his first wife, Sarah. E. Fields. Jennie first appears in 1860 with Aaron and 2nd spouse Mary as 4 year old Laura J. McKenzie. In 1870, she's 14 year old Louisa Mckinzie, with Aaron and 3rd wife Elizabeth. Not clear what her first name really was, but Jennie must have been her middle name, and I've seen a DOB of 21 Dec 1858. Her half-brother John appears to be the one child by the 2nd spouse Mary Elizabeth Knowles, John William Mckinzie DOB 28 Dec 1860, although he appears in 1870 as Johnathan, 11, which he couldn't be as he didn't appear in 1860. If it was this child where Mary died during childbirth, then Aaron waited another 5+ years to marry Elizabeth Jane Shaffer 11 Jul 1866, which seems a long time, so maybe the child also died and it was after 1860.

As for the children of Aaron and Elizabeth, the family document stops after Malinda b. 1875, while there were apparently 5 more children as follows:

Benton Clement b. 4 Apr 1877
Anna Rebecca b. 19 Nov 1878
James Aaron b. 20 Aug 1880
Joseph R. b. 20 Nov 1881
Samuel Logan b. 14 Nov 1884

That makes a total of 13 -- not a bad day's work!

Incidentally, I note that we spell a number of females in this branch as "Melinda" while everything I've seen, including headstones, shows "Malinda" as the spelling. I found the photo and the story about James Aaron's migration and struggle to earn a living quite interesting.

And Bobbie, don't go into hiding! We love your contributions.

Dick

Another email from Dick MacKenzie from the same time period, December, 2013, is set forth below:

All: Sounds like this is coming together nicely. First, a word for Bobbie on Henry M. McKenzie, who married Sarah Easley. Yes, he was son of Henry of Eli of Daniel of John. Marriage was in Dearborn Co., IN (not MI!), which is where Henry M. was born. Henry his father settled in the village of Kelso in Dearborn Co. after a brief stay in Cincinnati after leaving MD, and remained there throughout his life. That is also where Eli died (while visiting Henry or having moved there, we'll never know).

Re Aaron and the Feb. 18 birth date, I think we can say with certainty that this is Aaron son of Aaron and Cecily Logsdon, and let's hope the 1835 date is correct, since that's what's on his tombstone :) Even though the 1850 Census lists him as 16, all the others point to the 1835 year of birth, as well as his Civil War enlistment 14 Aug 1862, showing him as 2

NOTE: For future genealogists who may be interested in this line of McKinzie's. The following is the complete email traffic that was exchanged by the McKenzie Research Group and Priscilla Delventahl (and others) as this line was being sorted out in approximately 2012.

Here goes. There's a lot of information here. Ed. Note: Michael A. McKenzie December 2013:

Hi, guys, I'm passing the buck. I really only got involved because I thought
that I confused the situation by sharing Norma Kramer's information. I can
see from Pat's info here that the confusion is not between two Henrys a
two Aarons but an Aaron of Henry and a JAMES Aaron of Aaron and Malinda. If
not, we have another McKinzie with the birthdate of Feb 18, 1835. Anoth
version of the "same name game". Something that jumped out at me is Cor
Clugston--I wonder if it isn't a misspelling of Logsdon. I've run into that
confusion before.

Sorting this out further is going to lead to thousands more McKenzies from
the line of John of Gabriel and I really want to concentrate on Jonatha
Jesse, Caleb and David. I've found old Jonathan and John Hixonbaugh (father
of Jonathan's wife Catherine m. 1802 Allegany) in Fayette Co, PA so want to
see where that takes me.

Regards, In hiding, Bobbie

Subject: Re: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.

Hi Bobbie - So excited that the Aaron McKinzie line is getting sorted out.
I am going to attach some of the documents I have found plus those that my
husbands mother, Lorene McKinzie Delventhal Burris had saved from the family
information. Please send any comments, I may be able to document.

I have attached a picture taken possibly at a family outing that has a key
to the people in the picture. I hope you can see the numbers. It is of the
James Aaron McKinzie family and some friends.

I have attached the sale of Aaron's property in Christian County Illinois by
Samuel McKinzie

Also, I have attached Laura Viola Mann McKinzie's obituary. She is the wife
of James Aaron McKinzie

In addition, I have attached Mother Burris' notes on the family (Lorene
McKinzie). They are notes as she knew them from the family.

I believe the birthdate for my James Aaron mcKinzie to be Feb 18, 18
that is what Lorene has in her birthday calendar. I have other birthdates
of the family, but I believe this date is the one we need to clear the
record. Early last year the VA gave a headstone for James' grave and some
kind Veterans in the Maxburg area set the stone marking him as a civil war
soldier.

I have tried to find Lena Jessup's parents, but have not had much luck. I
did find an Angeline Mann born in Pa and working as a domestic serva
the 1870, so might have been mother of Lena with Angeline the full name. I
also found a Hezakiah Mann married to Lena in the 1920 census with a
daughter Helen, then in 1930 Lena is listed as wife of Ellis as a Jessu
Perhaps Lena was married more than once.

James Aaron was raised by a family named MeHarie or MaHarie in Maxburg. I
found the MaHarie gravestones but they really aren't related family that I
can find. James Aaron moved his family to Hysham montana where he tried to
raise cattle on land that the government gave to him. Lorene remembers
moving the household by train. Water was not assessable and he had to
supplement their living by being an auctioneer. I do have pictures from the
Hysham newspaper showing his ads. They then moved to Colorado when He
couldn't make a living. His wife, Laura's health was not strong and He
became very discouraged. The girls made their homes and married in the
Denver, Colorado Area. From James forward I have a lot of the related
people, but feel we need to get his generation straightened out.

On Lorene's notes, I have children of Sara E Fields McKinzie but can't seem
to find them. Things like Jennie Guilliams and John McKinzie, half brother.
Then Jennie's children John Shultz, Mary Martin, Dorothy Don Carlos and
finally a Gene Guilliams. Jennie must have married a couple of time
she was from another marriage of Sara.

Please send this information on to Dick and Michael as they have been so
kind to include me in their research. Thanks Priscilla Matthews Ester
Delventhal - Daughter-in-law of Lorene McKinzie Delventhal Burris.




---- Bobbie McKenzie wrote:
> HI, all. So glad this line is getting straightened out--thanks, Dick. It
> is the line of Norma Kramer, Lois Gaines and Jan Ames. (There may be more
> info IN LDS files as Jan was preparing info on their forms.) Their Aaron is the
> son of Henry and Sara Huntsman.. I don't think that we know for
> certain the birthdate of Aaron. People have taken the date of Feb 18 and
> attached it to this Aaron. There are two Aarons with this birthdate, one
> in 1834 and one in 1835. If the obit for Aaron buried in Winterset, IA is correct, I think that Feb
> 18 actually belongs to him. Is this Aaron then the son of Aaron and Cecily
> Logsdon?

> That would make him from the Gabriel line then? That went to Kentucky with the
> Logsdons and Durbins ca 1802?
>
> Now on to the two Henrys with one wife, Sarah Easley. That marriage was in
> Dearborn, Mi, right? That Henry was of Henry of Eli of Daniel?
> The Henry who married Sarah Huntsman 1824 in Estill Co Kty seems to be of
> the same line as Aaron and Cecily Logsdon and thus the two confusing
> Aarons would be cousins?
>
> Macon, Sangamon, Shelby and Christian counties, are all adjoining counties in
> IL.

> 1830 Shelby Co census shows Gabriel, Henry, John, Samuel and Aaron.
> Gabriel went to Iowa according to the 1845 Shelby Co Delinquent taxlist.
> These could easily be the sons of John and Malinda who then fanned out to
> adjoining counties. But now that we don't have two Henrys married to two
> Sarah Easleys, we will have the conundrum of two brothers in Madison Co IA
> at the same time as well as their sons, both Aarons!!
>
> Additional info on children of Henry and Sara:all are mentioned in his
> will
> 1. Mary Elizabeth b. 28 March 1821 (?)in Kty; married Valentine Johnson
> 1845 Madison Co Ia.; died 30 Mar 1887 ; bur Oak Grove Cem, Elgin,
> Chautauqua
> Co, KS
> 2, Melinda m. Ephriam Bilderback ca 1847; d. 1865; son Marion liv
> with
> Henry 1865(all the info in Henry's will)
> 3, Absolom M. b. 8 Jan 1827 Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IL, d. 14 june
> 1891
> bur Rock Creek Cem.; m 1 Elizabeth Casebier d. 28 March 1858 age 25, bur
> Rock Creek Cem, Marion Twsp Douglas Co, Ka.; m 2 Ann Margaret La Fever b.
> 11
> Mar 1833 d. 10 Dec. 1918 bur Rock Creek Cem;
> 4.Daniel Greene b. 25 April 1832 Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL; m 6 Sept
> 1855 Sara A. Bell Madison Co., IA; d. 23 Nov. 1910 bur Odd Fellow Cem,
> Pullman Whitman Co,WA.; son Walter b. Oct 1869 d. 11 Jan 1891 bur Rock
> Creek
> Cem, Daniel laid out city of Pullman
> 5.Thomas Jefferson b. 8 April 1834 Shelbyville, Shelby Co. IL m. 2
> Sept
> 1855 Winterset, Madison Co IA Mary A. Smith d. 5 Nov 1870 bur Rock Creek
> Cem, Douglas Co KA.
> 6. Aaron b. 1836? Shelby or Macon Co, IL m. Cynthia A. Stewart
> 7. Anna b. 1838 Clark Co., Mo; m._____Carrel
> 8. Emeline b. 1840 Clark Co., Mo. m. Wm McGuire 27 July 1865 Marion
> Twnshp, Douglas Co KA
> 9. Mahala b. 11 April 1842 Clark Co MO m. James Brooks 1831-1922, d. 7
> April 1924 Lawrence, KA, bur Rock Creek
> 10. Caroline M. b. 26 Dec. 1844 Clark Co, Mo, m Cassius Conley 30 May
> 1865; died 7 Nov. 1867 bur Rock Creek Cem
> 11. Gabriel b. 1847 IA m Almira Rogers 31 Jan 1870 Lawrence, Douglas
> Co,
> KA
>
> Hope this matches what you have! Bobbie
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dick MacKenzie
> Sent: Monday, December 02, 2013 8:35 PM
> To: 'Michael McKenzie' ; 'Bobbie McKenzie' ; pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> Cc: 'Don Kagle'
> Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.
>
> Mike: Sarah Easley was supposedly Henry W.'s wife, not Aaron's. Aaron's 3
> wives are spot on. It's Henry W.'s 2nd wife who is the issue.
>
> Thanks,
> Dick
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael McKenzie [mailto:mmckenzie000@gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, December 02, 2013 6:54 PM
> To: 'Dick MacKenzie'; 'Bobbie McKenzie'; pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> Cc: 'Don Kagle'
> Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.
>
> Thanks Dick!
>
> I always appreciate your analysis. You seem to see things that I just
> flat
> miss.
>
> About a month ago, I dug into some old emails that Bobbie had sent me and
> updated this "McKinzie" line my local hard drive but I don't know if I
> have
> done an upload yet. If not, I will do so soon. I think we're together on
> most of the information. The only question/comment I have is on the Sarah
> Easley marriage. I was able to locate an obit (below) that sets forth
> Aaron's three wives. Sarah Easley was not one of them. I may have had
> Aaron married to Sarah previously, but the research from others that I
> compiled a month or so ago (especially the obit) seems like it cleared up
> any confusion re: his wives.
>
> A lot of the information I now have I pulled from Dale McKinzie's
> genealogy
> web site. His extensive research also caused me to change the name of the
> McKenzie book to include the name "McKinzie" along with McKenzie and
> MacKenzie.
>
> Hope you had a nice holiday. Been chatting with Don some about your
> recent
> trip to the archives and am looking forward to getting your various
> conclusions when you get a chance to compile them.
>
> Everyone: if you get a chance to look at Aaron and Melinda on the web
> site,
> please let me know if I need to correct anything.
>
> Regards
>
> Mike
>
> Aaron McKinzie (1905)
> MCKINZIE, FIELDS, Knowles, SHAFFER
> Posted By: Pat Hochstetler (email)
> Date: 2/5/2010 at 08:27:24
> Winterset Reporter ? June 29, 1905
> Obituary
> Aaron McKinzie was born February 18, 1835, in Macon County, Ill., where he
> lived with his parents until their death in 1839. He came to Iowa with his
> brother and sister in 1849. He was married in 1855 to Sarah E. Fields who
> died in 1857. In 1860 he married Miss Elizabeth Knowles who died in 1862.
> He
> was again married in 1866 to Miss Elizabeth J. Shaffer who died in 1888.
> To
> these unions were born fourteen children, twelve of whom are livin
> has
> been making his home with his son Frank in this city since 1900, but for
> the
> past ten months has been an inmate of the hospital at the Soldiers Home at
> Marshalltown, where he died Friday June 23, 1905. His remains arrived here
> Saturday evening and the funeral occurred at Macksburg Sunday, conducted
> by
> Rev. Cross.
> __________________________
> Winterset Madisonian
> Wednesday, June 29, 1905
> Page 5
> Macksburg
> The remains of Aaron McKinzie, who has for the past year been staying at
> the
> soldier's home at Marshalltown, were brought here on Saturday evening and
> the funeral services held at Macksburg, his former home on Sunday." Aaron
> McKinzie was born on February 18, 1835 in Christian county, Illinois, and
> died at Marshalltown, Iowa, June 23, 1905. At 11 years of age he came to
> Iowa with a sister and made his home in Story county until 1858, when he
> came to Madison County. In 1860 in answer to the President's call he
> enlisted and for 4 years and 7 months served his country. Mr. McKinzie was
> married three times, his wives all having preceeded him to the life
> beyond.
> He leaves to mourn 7 boys and five girls and several grandchildren and a
> host of friends. The funeral was held at the Baptist church in Macksburg
> Sunday, June 25th at 3 p. m. (of which he was a member) counducted by the
> pastor, Rev. H. A. Cross , assisted by Rev. Trueblood of the M. E. church.
> A
> large congregation was in attendance and the house was not large enough to
> accommodate all. The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this
> place
> (Macksburg). The house was appropriately draped and decorated under the
> auspices of the W. R. C. assisted by the old soldiers, the pall bearers
> being from the boys of the sixties.
>
> "In 1860, in answer to the President's call, he enlisted, and for 4 years
> and 7 months served his country. [He enlisted as a Private in Co. A of the
> 39th Iowa Infantry on Aug 14, 1862, and was mustered into federal service
> on
> Sept 8, 1862. He was taken prisoner at Allatoona on 10/5/1864. He mustered
> out of the service on May 26, 1865, in Davenport.]
>
> See page 470 of The Porters of Colonial Maryland, United Printers, Tacoma,
> Washington. Also on file at the Family History Library, 35 North West
> Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.
>
> See Iowa State Census Collection,
>
>
> James A Mckinzie
>
> Birth Year: abt 1880
> Birth Place: Madison
> Gender: Male
> Census Date: 1885
> Residence State: Iowa
> Residence County: Madison
> Locality: Grand River
> Roll: IA1885_226
> Line: 4
> Family Number: 89
> Household Members:
> Aaron Mckinzie Age 49
> Elizabeth Mckinzie, age 42
> Francis H Mckinzie, age 16
> George H Mckinzie, age 14
> Edward M Mckinzie, age 13
> Nancy S Mckinzie, age 11
> Malinda Mckinzie, age 9
> Benton C Mckinzie, age 8
> Anna Mckinzie, age 6
> James A Mckinzie, age 5
> Joseph R Mckinzie, age 4
> Logan Mckinzie, age 0
>
> More information from Bobbie McKenzie, May 16, 2013:
>
> : I71453
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> Marriage 1 Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County,
> Kentucky ?Married: 11 AUG 1818 in Kentucky Children 1. Malinda McKinzie b:
> 15 NOV 1822 in Kentucky 2. Edward McKinzie b: ABT. 1826 in Kentucky 3.
> Aaron
> McKinzie b: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
>
> ?ID: I21829
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
> ?Death: 23 JUN 1905 in Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa
> ?Burial: 25 JUN 1905 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
> ?Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 148
> ?Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 117B
> ?Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 115B
> ?Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 112
> ?Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, South Twp, Pg 578
> ?Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 146B
>
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah E. Fields b: ABT. 1838 ?Married: 1855 in probably Story
> County, Iowa Children 1. Louisa Jennie McKinzie b: 21 DEC 1855 in Madison
> County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 2 Mary Eliza Knowles b: ABT. 1840 in Indiana ?Married: 6 JAN 1860
> in Madison County, Iowa Children 1. John William McKinzie b: 28 DEC 1860
> in
> Madison County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 3 Elizabeth Jane Shafer b: 16 NOV 1841 in Indiana ?Married: 1 JUL
> 1866 in Madison County, Iowa
>
> Children 1. Mary Elizabeth McKinzie b: 4 APR 1867 in Madison County, Iowa
> 2.
> Francis Henry McKinzie b: OCT 1868 in Madison County, Iowa 3. George H.
> McKinzie b: MAR 1870 in Madison County, Iowa 4. Edward M. McKinzie b: 21
> OCT
> 1871 in Madison County, Iowa 5. Nancy Sarah Elizabeth McKinzie b: ABT.
> 1873
> in Madison County, Iowa 6. Benton Clement McKinzie b: 4 APR 1877 in
> Madison
> County, Iowa 7. Anna Rebecca McKinzie b: 19 NOV 1878 in Madison Count
> Iowa
> 8. James Aaron McKinzie b: 20 AUG 1880 in Macksburg, Grand River Township,
> Madison, Iowa 9. Joseph R. McKinzie b: 20 NOV 1881 in Madison County, Iowa
> 10. Samuel Logan McKenzie b: 14 NOV 1884 in Madison County, Iowa 11.
> Malinda
> D. McKinzie b: 30 APR 1875 in Madison County, Iowa
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dick MacKenzie [mailto:dick.mackenzie@verizon.net]
> Sent: Monday, December 02, 2013 5:45 PM
> To: 'Bobbie McKenzie'; pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> Cc: 'Michael McKenzie'
> Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.
>
> Hi folks! Not sure why (it's not like I have nothing to do with my own
> branch!), but something I came across the other day caused me to take
> another look at this info.
>
> In looking over some of the documents (Find-a-Grave entries, Census
> records,
> and such), I think I can help with Priscilla's confusion over the dates of
> Aaron in Iowa. Both Malinda McKinzie Porter's accompanying narrative and
> the
> newspaper obit for Aaron (both attached above) indicate that they came to
> Madison Co. in 1858. That cannot be correct -- they are already in Madison
> Co. in the 1850 Census, Aaron McKenzie 16 living with John W. and Malinda
> Porter and their children. I suspect the year they went to Madison Co. was
> 1848, which would better fit the story.
>
> Also, I wonder about the Henry 2nd marriage to Sara(h) Easley. I believe
> it
> possible that someone has gotten this confused because his first wife was
> Sarah. Henry M. McKenzie 1825 Dearborn Co., IN, son of Henry of Eli of
> Daniel2, married Sarah Easley in Dearborn Co., IN 24 Feb 1846. What a
> the
> chances of 2 Henrys marrying Sarah Easleys?
>
> Mike, I don't believe much of this is part of the website, and someday we
> need to get this extensive branch outlined and included.
>
> Regards,
> Dick
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bobbie McKenzie [mailto:dmckenzie@charter.net]
> Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2013 3:15 PM
> To: pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> Cc: Dick MacKenzie; Michael McKenzie
> Subject: Re: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.
>
> . Priscilla, you encountered the hurdle that most of us face unless we can
> do original research. Let's see what we can clarify.
>
> 1. I think you meant Illinois, not Iowa.
>
> 2. Lindsay is a nickname for Melinda.
>
> 3. Spelling of McKenzie. Initially in Maryland: MacKenzie. In my husband's
> own family, we spell it McKenzie; his sister spells it McKinzie. There's
> no
> way to establish the location of the family by spelling. It depends on the
> person spelling.
>
> 4. I assume the excerpt on the McKenzies from Md is from a Porter or
> Durbin
> book. If you check the website Mike mentioned, you"ll see that much of the
> info is incorrect and borrowed from other sources. The second generation
> Moses 5852 is my husband's line. His second wife was Rachael, not Jan
> She
> is listed as his widow in the probate of his estate in 1767, not 1802.
>
> 5. The first wife of Henry was Sara
> Huntsman. She was the mother of the first 5 children, dying in 1837 in
> Illinois. Death cert of three of the first 5 list their mother as
> Huntsman.
>
> 6. 5874 Aaron of Henry m. Cynthia Stewart.
>
> > This data base is aimed at documenting every person who lived in
> > Madison County, Iowa from it's 1846 inception forward. For security
> > reasons, persons born after 1911 have been blocked unless they are
> > known to be deceased. When this file was started, sources were not
> > included. We have subsequently started adding sources but it is a
> > lengthy process and may not be completed for several years. Most of
> > this file is based on information taken from the Madison County, Iowa
> > IAGenWeb website.
>
> ktransie@yahoo.com just updated this in April, 2013.
>
> : I71453
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> Marriage 1 Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County,
> Kentucky ?Married: 11 AUG 1818 in Kentucky Children 1. Malinda McKinzie b:
> 15 NOV 1822 in Kentucky 2. Edward McKinzie b: ABT. 1826 in Kentucky 3.
> Aaron
> McKinzie b: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
>
> ?ID: I21829
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
> ?Death: 23 JUN 1905 in Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa
> ?Burial: 25 JUN 1905 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
> ?Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 148
> ?Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 117B
> ?Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 115B
> ?Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 112
> ?Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, South Twp, Pg 578
> ?Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 146B
>
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah E. Fields b: ABT. 1838 ?Married: 1855 in probably Story
> County, Iowa Children 1. Louisa Jennie McKinzie b: 21 DEC 1855 in Madison
> County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 2 Mary Eliza Knowles b: ABT. 1840 in Indiana ?Married: 6 JAN 1860
> in Madison County, Iowa Children 1. John William McKinzie b: 28 DEC 1860
> in
> Madison County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 3 Elizabeth Jane Shafer b: 16 NOV 1841 in Indiana ?Married: 1 JUL
> 1866 in Madison County, Iowa
> Children 1. Mary Elizabethh McKinzie b: 4 APR 1867 in Madison County, Iowa
> 2. Francis Henry McKinzie b: OCT 1868 in Madison County, Iowa 3. George H.
> McKinzie b: MAR 1870 in Madison County, Iowa 4. Edward M. McKinzie b: 21
> OCT
> 1871 in Madison County, Iowa 5. Nancy Sarah Elizabeth McKinzie b: ABT.
> 1873
> in Madison County, Iowa 6. Benton Clement McKinzie b: 4 APR 1877 in
> Madison
> County, Iowa 7. Anna Rebecca McKinzie b: 19 NOV 1878 in Madison Count
> Iowa
> 8. James Aaron McKinzie b: 20 AUG 1880 in Macksburg, Grand River Township,
> Madison, Iowa 9. Joseph R. McKinzie b: 20 NOV 1881 in Madison County, Iowa
> 10. Samuel Logan McKenzie b: 14 NOV 1884 in Madison County, Iowa 11.
> Malinda
> D. McKinzie b: 30 APR 1875 in Madison County, Iowa
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> THEN there is this Aaron:
> ?ID: I70898
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: APR 1836 in Illinois
> ?Death: AFT. 1900
> ?Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 151B
> ?Census: 1860 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 26
> ?Census: 1865 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 37
> ?Census: 1870 Kansas, Leavenworth, Alexandria Twp, Pg 138A
> ?Census: 1875 Kansas, Howard, Jefferson Twp, Pg 23
> ?Census: 1880 Kansas, Chautauqua, Jefferson Twp, Pg 353B
> ?Census: 1900 Oklahoma, Osage Nation, Pg 15
>
> Marriage 1 Cyntha A. Stewart b: ABT. 1845 in Indiana ?Married: ABT. 1863
> in
> Kansas Children 1. Lola McKinzie b: ABT. 1864 in Kansas 2. Wellington
> McKinzie b: ABT. 1866 in Kansas 3. Charles E. McKinzie b: DEC 1868 in
> Kansas
> 4. Harris E. McKinzie b: NOV 1869 5. Lyda Mary McKinzie b: ABT. 1872 in
> Kansas 6. Cora Leola McKinzie b: ABT. 1875 in Kansas
>
> Father: Henry W. McKinzie b: 15 DEC 1801 in Alleghany County, Maryland
> Mother: Sarah Huntsman b: 1 MAR 1805 in Kentucky
> ?ID: I67054
> ?Name: Henry W. McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: 15 DEC 1801 in Alleghany County, Maryland
> ?Death: 2 JUN 1882 in Douglas County, Kansas
> ?Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 151B
> ?Census: 1860 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 26
> ?Census: 1865 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 38
> ?Census: 1870 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 413B
> ?Census: 1880 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 159D
> ?Burial: Rock Creek Cemetery, Douglas County, Kansas
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah Huntsman b: 1 MAR 1805 in Kentucky ?Married: 29 JAN 1824
> in
> Estill County, Kentucky 1
>
> Three older children from marriage 1 but not recorded on website. 1. Mary
> Elizabeth b. 28 March 1824 2. Malinda b. 1825 3. Absalom b. 28 Jan. 1827
> Ill.
> 1. Daniel G. McKinzie b: ABT. 1832 in Illinois 2. Thomas Jefferson
> McKinzie
> b: 8 APR 1834 in Shelbyville, Shelby, Illinois 3. Aaron McKinzie b: A
> 1836
> in Illinois (b. 18 Feb. 1836 Macon Co, Ill. m.
> Cyntha Stewart
> Children m 2 Sarah Easley
> 4. Ann McKinzie b: ABT. 1838 in Missouri 5. Emeline McKinzie b: ABT. 1840
> in
> Missouri 6. Mahala McKinzie b: ABT. 1842 in Missouri 7. Caroline McKinzie
> b:
> ABT. 1845 in Missouri 8. Gabriel McKinzie b: ABT. 1847 in Madison County,
> Iowa
>
> Sarah Huntsman died 1837 in Shelby Co. Ill. Henry sold his land in Shelby
> Co. on5/29/1837 Bk 3 p.332. abd evidently went to Missouri and m2 Sara
> Easley
>
> What are the odds of TWO Aarons in Madison Co, Iowa at the same time,
> coming from Kty to Ill? Hope this helps.
> Bobbie--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> Sent: Saturday, April 27, 2013 12:59 PM
> To: Bobbie McKenzie
> Subject: Re: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County Illinois.
>
> Hi again Bobbie - I just went over my McKenzie's of Christian County Iowa.
> John McKinzie's wife I have as Melinda Porter. The info you sent me lists
> a
> Lindsay. I have attached the family tree info that I have that seems to
> support Melinda. Although I know that McKinzie has been spelled many
> ways,
> the John McKinzie family from Maryland seems to spell it McKinzie more
> than
> McKenzie. Not sure if that's splitting hairs, but it could help weed out
> relatives. Unfortunately I don't have a birth date for Melinda Porter.
> Can
> you comment on this - any thoughts are appreciated. I am not famili
> with
> Skokie Mac Fred Joe McKenzie's work.
>
> I also could not find any Samuel McKinzie. I have Gabriel, Henry John and
> plenty of Aaron's.
>
> Hugs Priscilla Delventhal (My Mother-In-Law was a McKinzie, granddaughter
> of Aaron McKinzie of Maxburg, Iowa 1835)
>
>
> ---- Bobbie McKenzie wrote:
> > Hi, all. I knew that I saved this info for some reason! I think that
> > there may be confusion with Henry W. b. 1801. I'm guessing that the
> > info you have is from "Skokie Mac" Fred Joe McKenzie. Too much
> > paperwork on this line to re-keyboard so will let you decide what to
> > do with it when you receive this.
> > Regards, Bobbie
> >
> > Item 1. There is evidence that John to Kentucky was son of Gabriel 1715.
> > According to Durbins, Logsdons and Related Families by Wm Jesse
> > Durbin, Bible records give the date of Sarah Durbin McKenzie's birth
> > as 19 Sept 1725. Easily possible for her to have a child in 1765.
> However, Henry 5534 b. 1801 could NOT be the son of Gabriel and Sarah.
> She would have been 75!
>
> In Allegany Co Land
> > Records 1802 Bk c p.475 deed from William Stidger to John McKenzie of
> > Gabriel dated 1 April 1802. The deed reads "John McKenzie son of
> > Gabriel".
> > The land was lot 3683 and Mathews Addition.The exchange of money
> > actually took place 7 Jan 1800, according to the deed.
> > Page 476 is the record of the sale of the same land to Patrick
> > Murdock.
> > Says land was patented 2 Dec. 1799. Lindsay, wife of John McKenzie,
> > appears in court to relinquish her right of dower.
> > Page 477 is the record of a bond between Stidger and John,"
> > recorded at the request of John McKinzie of Gabriel" Stidger binds
> > himself for $580 "sealed with my seal and dated 27 Jan. 1800."
> >
> > (Sounds like they got behind on making sale official. Descendants in
> > Allegany Co say John sold the land just prior to moving to Kty, Will
> > send you my copy of the deed, if you want it, Mike.))
> >
> > Item 2: Norma Kramer did a lot of research in the 1980s on the
> > McKenzies in Macon, Sangamon, Shelby and Christian counties,all
> > adjoining counties in IL.The History of Madison Co., Kty says that
> > this line went to Shelby and Christian counties.
> > These McKenzies seem to be branches of the McKenzie brothers of
> > Generations
> > 2 & 3. According to Helen Cox Tregillis, a professional researcher
> > hired by Norma, 1830 Shelby Co census shows Gabriel, Henry, John,
> > Samuel and Aaron.
> > Gabriel went to Iowa according to the 1845 Shelby Co Delinquent taxlist.
> > (NOTE: This may be where we get confused. Years ago I found an Aaron b.
> > 1835 Ill in Scott Twp, Madison Co. Iowa.1880 census.
> >
> > This data base is aimed at documenting every person who lived in
> > Madison County, Iowa from it's 1846 inception forward. For security
> > reasons, persons born after 1911 have been blocked unless they are
> > known to be deceased. When this file was started, sources were not
> > included. We have subsequently started adding sources but it is a
> > lengthy process and may not be completed for several years. Most of
> > this file is based on information taken from the Madison County, Iowa
> > IAGenWeb website.
>
> ktransie@yahoo.com just updated this in April, 2013.
>
> : I71453
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> Marriage 1 Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County,
> Kentucky ?Married: 11 AUG 1818 in Kentucky Children 1. Malinda McKinzie b:
> 15 NOV 1822 in Kentucky 2. Edward McKinzie b: ABT. 1826 in Kentucky 3.
> Aaron
> McKinzie b: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
>
> ?ID: I21829
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: 18 FEB 1834 in Christian County, Illinois
> ?Death: 23 JUN 1905 in Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa
> ?Burial: 25 JUN 1905 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
> ?Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 148
> ?Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 117B
> ?Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Scott Twp, Pg 115B
> ?Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 112
> ?Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, South Twp, Pg 578
> ?Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 146B
>
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah E. Fields b: ABT. 1838 ?Married: 1855 in probably Story
> County, Iowa Children 1. Louisa Jennie McKinzie b: 21 DEC 1855 in Madison
> County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 2 Mary Eliza Knowles b: ABT. 1840 in Indiana ?Married: 6 JAN 1860
> in Madison County, Iowa Children 1. John William McKinzie b: 28 DEC 1860
> in
> Madison County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 3 Elizabeth Jane Shafer b: 16 NOV 1841 in Indiana ?Married: 1 JUL
> 1866 in Madison County, Iowa
> Children 1. Mary Elizabethh McKinzie b: 4 APR 1867 in Madison County, Iowa
> 2. Francis Henry McKinzie b: OCT 1868 in Madison County, Iowa 3. George H.
> McKinzie b: MAR 1870 in Madison County, Iowa 4. Edward M. McKinzie b: 21
> OCT
> 1871 in Madison County, Iowa 5. Nancy Sarah Elizabeth McKinzie b: ABT.
> 1873
> in Madison County, Iowa 6. Benton Clement McKinzie b: 4 APR 1877 in
> Madison
> County, Iowa 7. Anna Rebecca McKinzie b: 19 NOV 1878 in Madison Count
> Iowa
> 8. James Aaron McKinzie b: 20 AUG 1880 in Macksburg, Grand River Township,
> Madison, Iowa 9. Joseph R. McKinzie b: 20 NOV 1881 in Madison County, Iowa
> 10. Samuel Logan McKenzie b: 14 NOV 1884 in Madison County, Iowa 11.
> Malinda
> D. McKinzie b: 30 APR 1875 in Madison County, Iowa
>
> Father: Aaron McKinzie
> Mother: Cecily Logsdon b: 11 AUG 1802 in Madison County, Kentucky
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah E. Fields b: ABT. 1838 ?Married: 1855 in probably Story
> County, Iowa Children 1. Louisa Jennie McKinzie b: 21 DEC 1855 in Madison
> County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 2 Mary Eliza Knowles b: ABT. 1840 in Indiana ?Married: 6 JAN 1860
> in Madison County, Iowa Children 1. John William McKinzie b: 28 DEC 1860
> in
> Madison County, Iowa
>
> Marriage 3 Elizabeth Jane Shafer b: 16 NOV 1841 in Indiana ?Married: 1 JUL
> 1866 in Madison County, Iowa
> Children 1. Mary Elizabethh McKinzie b: 4 APR 1867 in Madison County, Iowa
> 2. Francis Henry McKinzie b: OCT 1868 in Madison County, Iowa 3. George H.
> McKinzie b: MAR 1870 in Madison County, Iowa 4. Edward M. McKinzie b: 21
> OCT
> 1871 in Madison County, Iowa 5. Nancy Sarah Elizabeth McKinzie b: ABT.
> 1873
> in Madison County, Iowa 6. Benton Clement McKinzie b: 4 APR 1877 in
> Madison
> County, Iowa 7. Anna Rebecca McKinzie b: 19 NOV 1878 in Madison Count
> Iowa
> 8. James Aaron McKinzie b: 20 AUG 1880 in Macksburg, Grand River Township,
> Madison, Iowa 9. Joseph R. McKinzie b: 20 NOV 1881 in Madison County, Iowa
> 10. Samuel Logan McKenzie b: 14 NOV 1884 in Madison County, Iowa 11.
> Malinda
> D. McKinzie b: 30 APR 1875 in Madison County, Iowa
>
> THEN there is this Aaron:
> ?ID: I70898
> ?Name: Aaron McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: APR 1836 in Illinois
> ?Death: AFT. 1900
> ?Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 151B
> ?Census: 1860 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 26
> ?Census: 1865 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 37
> ?Census: 1870 Kansas, Leavenworth, Alexandria Twp, Pg 138A
> ?Census: 1875 Kansas, Howard, Jefferson Twp, Pg 23
> ?Census: 1880 Kansas, Chautauqua, Jefferson Twp, Pg 353B
> ?Census: 1900 Oklahoma, Osage Nation, Pg 15
>
> Marriage 1 Cyntha A. Stewart b: ABT. 1845 in Indiana ?Married: ABT. 1863
> in
> Kansas Children 1. Lola McKinzie b: ABT. 1864 in Kansas 2. Wellington
> McKinzie b: ABT. 1866 in Kansas 3. Charles E. McKinzie b: DEC 1868 in
> Kansas
> 4. Harris E. McKinzie b: NOV 1869 5. Lyda Mary McKinzie b: ABT. 1872 in
> Kansas 6. Cora Leola McKinzie b: ABT. 1875 in Kansas
>
> Father: Henry W. McKinzie b: 15 DEC 1801 in Alleghany County, Maryland
> Mother: Sarah Huntsman b: 1 MAR 1805 in Kentucky
> ?ID: I67054
> ?Name: Henry W. McKinzie
> ?Sex: M
> ?Birth: 15 DEC 1801 in Alleghany County, Maryland
> ?Death: 2 JUN 1882 in Douglas County, Kansas
> ?Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 151B
> ?Census: 1860 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 26
> ?Census: 1865 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 38
> ?Census: 1870 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 413B
> ?Census: 1880 Kansas, Douglas, Marion Twp, Pg 159D
> ?Burial: Rock Creek Cemetery, Douglas County, Kansas
>
> Marriage 1 Sarah Huntsman b: 1 MAR 1805 in Kentucky ?Married: 29 JAN 1824
> in
> Estill County, Kentucky 1
>
> Three previous children: 1. Mary Elizabeth b. 28 March 1824 2. Malinda b.
> 1825 3. Absalom b. 28 Jan. 1827 Ill.
> 1. Daniel G. McKinzie b: ABT. 1832 in Illinois 2. Thomas Jefferson
> McKinzie
> b: 8 APR 1834 in Shelbyville, Shelby, Illinois 3. Aaron McKinzie b: A
> 1836
> in Illinois (b. 18 Feb. 1836 Macon Co, Ill. m.
> Cyntha Stewart
> Children m 2 Sarah Easley
> 4. Ann McKinzie b: ABT. 1838 in Missouri 5. Emeline McKinzie b: ABT. 1840
> in
> Missouri 6. Mahala McKinzie b: ABT. 1842 in Missouri 7. Caroline McKinzie
> b:
> ABT. 1845 in Missouri 8. Gabriel McKinzie b: ABT. 1847 in Madison County,
> Iowa
>
> Note the big gap between his marriage to Huntsman and the birth of Daniel.
> Sarah Huntsman died 1837 in Shelby Co. Ill. Henry sold his land in Shelby
> Co. on5/29/1837 Bk 3 p.332. abd evidently went to Missouri and m2 Sara
> Easley
>
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> Item 3: This Gabriel may tie to this line. ( The line of John of John of
> > Joshua RW was also in Christian Co
> > but no Gab in that line)
> >
> > From history of Christian Co., Ill.
> > Gabriel McKinzie was born in 1797 and
> > died in Taylorville Oct. 22, 1862; he settled in this county at an
> > early day; was a great fiddler and played for all the dances and
> > frolics ol this part .of the country, and helped the young people to
> > break the mo- notony of 'a pioneer life and enjoy the inno- cence of
> > youth. Christian Co Ill
> >
> > From "Some Early Settlers of Christian Co, Ill" compiled by Historical
> > Society Gabriel McKenzie b. 1797, settled Christian Co in 1820s. He
> > was a great fiddle player. Died Oct.22, 1862
> >
> > 4. Norma is descended from Henry 1801 son of John and Linday. She also
> > has the line of another son Absalom.I also corresponded with a Bob
> > McKenzie, construction worker in Hawaii. descended from another son
> > Daniel. Bob was a WW II vet so may not be alive now.I tried to reach
> > out to Norma but SS Death Index tells me she died this year, age 88.
> > I have names and OLD e-mail addresses of others working on this line.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Dick MacKenzie
> > Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 4:17 PM
> > To: 'Michael McKenzie' ; pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> > Cc: 'Ann Stansbarger' ; 'Bobbie' ; cmcgee4245@comcast.net ; 'Don
> > Kagle' ; 'Frank McKenzie' ; 'Jean Maggs' ; 'Sheryl Kelso' ; 'TINA
> > PEDDIE'
> > Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County
> > Illinois.
> >
> > All: Went through my files since my original response, and found a
> > tentative tree in rough form (not sure where/how I got it, or the
> > accuracy), but it jibes with what Mike shows below, and seems to
> > confirm some of the facts shown in Priscilla's original message. The
> > tree looks like this:
> >
> > John A. McKenzie b. 1765 MD d. 1852 Madison Co., KY m. Melinda Porter b.
> > 1768 MD and had following children:
> >
> > Margaret b. 1789 MD m. Jehu (John) Young
> >
> > Aaron b. 1796 MD m. Cecily Logsdon b. 1803 (NOTE: married 16 JUNE
> > 1819 mADISON cO., kTY) d. for both shown as 3 Nov 1839 Sangamon Co.,
> > IL -- children John b. 1816 MD, Melinda b. 1817, Mary b.
> > 1820,
> > George b. 1821, Ann b. 1822, Edward B. 1823, Elizabeth b. 1832 IL and
> > Aaron b. 1835 IL [NOTE: This seems to fit with Aaron who could have
> > removed to Iowa with his sister after parents died, and estate of his
> > father involved sale of property in 1842]
> >
> >
> > Sarah M. (Sally) b. 1799 MD d. 1893 Brown Co., IL m. George L. Logsdon
> >
> > John A. Jr. b. 1800 MD m. Julia Judy Gray
> >
> > Henry W. b. 15 Dec 1801 MD d. 2 Jan 1882 Madison Co., IA (note:
> > according to will, death cert and tombstone Henry died 1988 in Douglas
> > Co., KS. lived by children Absalom, ) m. Sarah Easley b. (Since
> > corrected to Sarah Huntsman.
> > Norma found marriage license; death cert also sys Huntsman)
> > 1804 KY -- children Mary Elizabeth b. 28 Mar 1821 KY, Melinda b. 29
> > Oct
> > 1823
> > KY, Absolom b. 8 Jan 1827, Daniel Green b. 25 Apr 1832 Christian Co.,
> > IL, Thomas Jefferson b. 8 Apr 1834 IL, Aaron b. 18 Feb 1836 IL, Ann b.
> > 1838 MO, Emeline b. 1840 MO, Margaret b. 1841 MO, Mahala b. 11 Apr
> > 1842 MO, Caroline b. 26 Dec 1844 MO, Gabriel b. 1847 Madison Co., IA
> >
> > Ruth bn. 1802 MD d. 1896 m. Michael Fry
> >
> > Daniel H. b. 1805 MD d. 1866 Macoupin Co., IL m. Matilda Gray b. 1807
> > Cabell co., VA d. IL -- children James Gray b. 3 Dec 1830 IL, Mary b.
> > 1829 IL, Judah Ann b. 1833 IL, Elizabeth M. b. 1839 MO, Henry b. 1841
> > MO, Sarah A.
> > b.
> > 1844 MO
> >
> > Melinda b. 1805 MD d. 1855 IA m. Obadiah Archer
> >
> > Gabriel M. b. 1806 MD m. Elizabeth Gray b. 1810 Cabell Co., VA d.
> > Christian
> > Co., IL -- children John b. 1828 IL, Louisa b. 1829 IL, Othonial b.
> > 1830 IL, Samuel b. 1831 IL, John (??) b. 1833 IL, Henry b. 1837 IL,
> > Lucy Ann b.
> > 1838
> > IL, Daniel b. 1841 IL, Jesse b. 1841 IL, Gabriel b. 1845 IL
> >
> > Samuel b. 1808 MD m. Elizabeth Durbin [NOTE: Perhaps the administrator
> > of his brother Aaron's estate?]
> >
> > Marjorie b. 1812 MD d. 1869 m. Daniel Tudor
> >
> > **********
> >
> > That's all I could come up with! While I agree with the theory that
> > John A.
> > was of the Gabriel line, I question if he was Gabriel's son, as all of
> > them were born in the 1840's. Maybe a grandson?
> >
> > Hope this helps,
> > Dick
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Michael McKenzie [mailto:mmckenzie000@gmail.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 4:21 PM
> > To: pdelventhal@satx.rr.com
> > Cc: Ann Stansbarger; Bobbie; cmcgee4245@comcast.net; Dick MacKenzie;
> > Don Kagle; Frank McKenzie; 'Jean Maggs'; Sheryl Kelso; TINA PEDDIE
> > Subject: FW: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County
> > Illinois.
> >
> > Hi Priscilla:
> >
> > Dick MacKenzie copied me the other day with your correspondence to
> > him. I decided to pull up one of our last pieces of correspondence
> > and share it with the entire group. It's set forth below. The last
> > we corresponded, you were going to send me your PAF file but it never
> > arrived. Is that something that you can share with the group?
> >
> > Currently, in the data base, I have the following
> >
> > 1. Priscilla Matthews-Esterly (you) married to Leroy E. Delventhal
> >
> > 2. Leroy was the son of Albert Delventhal, who was married to Lorene
> > Alice McKinzie.
> >
> > 3. Lorene was the daughter of James Aaron McKinzie (b. 1880)
> >
> > 4. James Aaron was the son of Aaron McKinzie (b. 1835)
> >
> > 5. Aaron was the son of Aaron McKinzie (b. 1790)
> >
> > 6. Aaron (b. 1790) was the son of John McKenzie (birth date unknown)
> > and Melinda Porter, who migrated to Kentucky and died there.
> >
> > 7. John McKenzie was the son of Gabriel McKenzie (b. 1715) and Sarah
> > Durbin.
> >
> > 8. Gabriel was the son of John MacKinzie (b. 1687)
> >
> > The above information has been sent to me (by someone) over the last
> > 15 years. I need to start doing a better job of who sends information
> > to me so that I can connect people with the primary researcher. I do
> > not know who sent me the various links pertaining to your branch which
> > connect Gabriel to John to Aaron to Aaron. I personally have not
> > researched the records on your line. Perhaps someone else in our
> > McKenzie Research Group has done so and can supply you with more
> > detailed information.
> >
> > Please let us know based upon your research if any of the above
> > information is not correct so that we can correct our data base.
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Mike McKenzie
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: pdelventhal@satx.rr.com [mailto:pdelventhal@satx.rr.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 9:54 PM
> > To: Michael McKenzie
> > Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County
> > Illinois.
> >
> > Hi Michael - Here's the lineage from my husband to James Aaron McKinzie.
> > My husband LeRoy E. Delventhal, his mother, Lorene Alice McKinzie
> > Delventhal, her father James Aaron McKinzie, his father, Aaron
> > McKinzie (civil War soldier, born 1835). Aaron's father is in the
> > information that I sent you. Also toward the end of the pages is a
> > picture of Aaron McKinzie's family.
> >
> > I hope I made that clear. Glad you got the information.
> > ---- Michael McKenzie wrote:
> > > I think I'm piecing it all together. Shoot me the current
> > > information
> > from James Aaron McKinzie up to your husband. I'll input everything
> > after I hear from you and will let you know how to view it on the
> > mckenziesofearlymaryland website.
> > >
> > > Regards
> > >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: pdelventhal@satx.rr.com [mailto:pdelventhal@satx.rr.com]
> > > Sent: Monday, September 03, 2012 4:24 PM
> > > To: Michael McKenzie
> > > Subject: RE: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County
> > > Illinois.
> > >
> > > Hi Michael - We have been on vacation. I am sending you a couple of
> > > pages of McKenzie genealogy. There are Aaron's in almost every
> > > generation. My Husband's father was James Aaron McKinzie and his
> > > father was the civil war soldier Aaron McKinzie. If you have
> > > questions - let me know. I think they scanned a little crooked, but
> > > I can help with what is missing. Hugs Priscilla
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ---- Michael McKenzie wrote:
> > > > Sorry to take so long to respond. A form letter pasted below
> > > > explains why and also sets forth some interesting DNA McKenzie
> > information.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Help me here a bit. Can you tie Aaron McKinzie to a father? That
> > > > would help me check on my end. I will have to reach out to some
> > > > of my McKinzies, so please provide me what you can and I will try
> > > > to get
> > you connected.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Regards
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Mike McKenzie
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Hello:
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Thanks for checking out my McKenzie genealogy web site. I am so
> > > > sorry that I have not responded to you before now. I moved
> > > > residences in July, 2011 and my work schedule coupled with our
> > > > move and numerous other things have prevented me from doing any
> > > > work on my
> > Genealogy hobby until now.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Although my site has a registration feature associated with it,
> > > > all information currently posted is accessible by everyone. You
> > > > should be able to access everything on the site other than
> > > > information pertaining to people who are still alive. Their names
> > > > will be there,
> > just not birthdates, etc.
> > > > Just type in whatever names in the boxes you are looking for and
> > > > just start poking around. Once you get to a person, you should
> > > > see ancestor and descendant buttons that you can click and just
> > > > follow the arrows. You may have already figured out all of this!!
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > As you may already have noted, I have loaded hundreds of documents
> > > > and photos which are linked to the people to whom they pertain.
> > > > You can also access them various other ways by just clicking on
> > > > the words "All Media", "Documents" and "Photos" in the top right
> > > > hand corner
> > of the "Home" page.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > With the assistance of other dedicated McKenzie researchers, we
> > > > have authored a number of articles which are located in the
> > > > "Sources"
> > > > section, including information on the earliest documented
> > > > McKenzies in
> > Maryland.
> > > > Check them out if you haven't already done so. If you see any
> > > > errors based upon your own research, please let me know.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Here is my line.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > John McKenzie/MacKinzie (b. abt. 1687);
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Gabriel McKenzie (b. arguably 1715) I found a document two years
> > > > ago that unquestionably proves that Gabriel was the sixth
> > > > (unnamed) child in John Mackinzie's Will. It is linked to Gabriel
> > > > on the web
> > site.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Daniel McKenzie (b. abt. 1752)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Aaron McKenzie (b. abt. 1792)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Daniel McKenzie (b. abt. 1817)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > John Frank(lin) McKenzie (b. 1852)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > George Newton McKenzie (b. 1884)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Lester Franklin McKenzie (b. 1905)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Donald Richard McKenzie, Sr. (b. 1927)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Then me Michael Alan McKenzie
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > I also authored two articles recently and posted them on the
> > > > website entitled "Why Collin (Malcolm) McKenzie is Not Part of
> > > > Maryland McKenzie Genealogy" and "Why John McKenzie (b. abt. 1659)
> > > > is Not Part of Maryland McKenzie Genealogy". They are in the
> > > > "Sources"
> > section.
> > > > You can click on that link in the upper right hand corner of the
> > > > "Home" page. I would like your feedback with respect to them if
> > > > you have any to share. The primary purpose for writing them was
> > > > to point out the errors circulating on the Internet with regard to
> > > > these two individuals and those who attempt to use them to connect
> > > > the
> > McKenzies of Early Maryland to Scotland.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Over the last two years, the web site has started to morph from my
> > > > own personal family web site to a general site that will be
> > > > listing information on all Maryland McKenzies and their
> > > > descendants/ancestors.
> > > > As the past months went by, I decided it would be helpful to other
> > > > McKenzie genealogists to have all of the old genealogical data at
> > > > their fingertips rather than having to scratch around to locate it
> > > > the
> > way I had to do the past 15 years.
> > > > I'm certain you've done a bunch of scratching yourself. Now that
> > > > others have found the site, I am constantly receiving new names
> > > > and data to add to it. I started with 1500 names in the database
> > > > and now have in excess of 10,000.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Please let me know how you fit into this endless maze of McKenzies.
> > > > I'd also like to make certain that your family connection is
> > > > correctly reflected. Finally, if you have any information that
> > > > you would like for me to post as the site expands, please forward
> > > > it to me and I will try to add it. But, more importantly, please
> > > > let me know if you see any errors that I can correct, especially
> > > > on your branch. I want to be certain I am as accurate as I possibly
> > > > can be.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > I also will be glad to answer any questions you might have
> > > > concerning how to navigate the web site.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Regards
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Mike McKenzie
> > > >
> > > > Mountain Park, Georgia
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > "Big"P.S. Based upon DNA work and analysis spear-headed by Ann
> > > > Stansbarger starting several years ago, she has determined that
> > > > DNA samples submitted by descendants of Gabriel (b. 1715), son of
> > > > John MacKenzie (b. 1687), do not match any other known
> > > > McKenzie/MacKenzie DNA in the entire world. The family we do
> > > > match with is the Orem family, also from early Maryland. It turns
> > > > out that there was an Andrew Orem living with his wife Eleanor in
> > > > Talbot County by 1678.
> > > > Andrew Orem is believed to have been the Chamberlain to one of the
> > > > McKenzie/MacKenzie chieftains before he emigrated to the United
> > > > States. Query for now whether an Orem (one of the ancestors of
> > > > the earliest McKenzies of Maryland) decided to change his name
> > > > from Orem to
> > that of MacKenzie, which would explain why our DNA matches the Orem
> > family DNA.
> > > > Just a thought . . . for now, but it certainly adversely impacted
> > > > me when it turned out that my DNA didn't match any other DNA from
> > > > anyone else other than known descendants of Gabriel.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Set forth below is an excerpt on DNA that Ann sent me a year ago
> > > > on her DNA work, which partially explains what I have set forth
> > > > above.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > From Ann: As much as I hate to say it, I'm inclined to think that
> > > > we are the ones with Orem DNA, rather than Jim (Orem) having
> > > > McKenzie DNA. I base this on the fact that: out of 250+
> > > > Mackenzies who have been tested, there are no other Mackenzies who
> > > > match us; other than 'John,' we don't have any of the traditional
> > > > Mackenzie personal names in our family (i.e. Alexander, Roderick,
> > > > Hector, etc.); and lastly, Orem is thought to be a Scandinavian
> > > > word. We match a Robertson from the Shetland Isles (heavy
> > > > Scandinavian
> > > > influence) and a Matheson Chieftain's line from Shiness in
> > > > Sutherlandshire (also heavy Scandinavian influence). All of these
> > > > things point to a common ancestor who at some time lived in
> > > > Scandinavia. Thanks to Jim Orem, we know we are L21+ which means
> > > > going back 4000 year or so, we were Celtic or Proto-Celtic. These
> > > > folks are thought to have had origins in the Rhine valley, but
> > > > there are also a large number of R1bs of Scandinavian origin who are
> > > > L21+.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > ----- Forwarded Message ----
> > > > From: "pdelventhal@satx.rr.com"
> > > > To: macmck@bellsouth.net
> > > > Sent: Thu, July 26, 2012 3:44:17 PM
> > > > Subject: Aaron McKinzie born Feb 18 1835 in Christian County
> > > > Illinois.
> > > >
> > > > Hello - I am the wife of the great grandson of the above Aaron
> > > > McKinzie. I am researching my husband's grandfather James Aaron
> > > > McKinzie who was born in Christian County Illinois.
> > > >
> > > > In an 1880 Census from Scott township, County of Madison, State of
> > > > Iowa, I found a James listed with his family. His Father is
> > > > listed as being born in Maryland and his mother, Elizabeth J being
> > > > born in Kentucky. I am not entirely sure that the James listed on
> > > > this census is my husband's grandfather, but the sibling names
> > > > match the information I have from the family known history.
> > > >
> > > > Details of James Aaron's family are sketchy as family lore has him
> > > > raised by a Jessup, who I believe was, his Mother's sister.
> > > >
> > > > James Aaron and his sister (name unknown) came to Iowa in 1846 and
> > > > lived in Story Illinois after their parents died. Aaron was a
> > > > Civil War Veteran and signed up in 1860.
> > > >
> > > > I am hoping that you can match up this McKinzie with your
> > > > information.
> > > > I am at a standstill for earlier information.
> > > >
> > > > I will be glad to share the information that I have on James
> > > > Aaron's
> > family.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you - Priscilla Delventhal, wife of LeRoy Delventhal,
> > > > grandson of James Aaron McKinzie
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
>  
McKinzie, Aaron (I11849)
 
198 Abbie's mother is living with them in 1930. Wiggins, Abbie Lena (I30815)
 
199 ABBR 1704 Rent Roll - Norfolk County, Virginia  
200 ABBR 1790 United States Federal CensusTEXT Source Citation: Year: i1790/i; Census Place: i, Mecklenburg, North Carolina/i; Series: iM637/i; Roll: i7/i; Page: i360/i; Image: i538/i; Family History Library Film: i0568147/i.
bSource Information:/b Ancestry.com. i1790 United States Federal Census/i [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data: First Census of the United States, 1790 (NARA microfilm publication M637, 12 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. 
 

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