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7351 This database is an index extracted from more than 750,000 death and burial records from Virginia. Source (S013579)
 
7352 This database is an index of deaths recorded by the state of Minnesota from 1908 to 2002. The registration of births and deaths on the county level began in 1870, however, state-level registration of deaths in Minnesota did not begin until 1908. The index  Source (S008461)
 
7353 This database is an index to approximately 707,000 individuals who were married in select areas of the State of Illinois, between 1851 and 1900. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, gender, spouse's n Source (S007115)
 
7354 This database is an index to approximately 838,000 individuals who were married in select areas of the State of Massachusetts, between 1633 and 1850. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, gender, spous Source (S008012)
 
7355 This database is an index to Kentucky marriages from 1852-1914. Information that may be found in this database for each entry includes the following: names of bride and groom, their ages, birthplaces, residences, parents' birthplaces, marriage date, and ma Source (S007581)
 
7356 This database is an index to the Mortality Schedules of the United States Federal Censuses for 1850-1880. Each of the U.S. Federal Censuses from 1850-1880 included a mortality schedule enumerating the individuals who had died in the year previous to the ce Source (S011997)
 
7357 This database is an index to the passenger lists of ships arriving from foreign ports at the port of Boston, Massachusetts, from 1820-1943. The names found in the index are linked to actual images of the passenger lists, digitized from National Archiv Source (S004234)
 
7358 This database of Massachusetts marriages to 1850 contains over 29,000 names. Each entry includes groom, bride, marriage date, county, and state. Every name is indexed so you can search for one name, or two names that are linked.
The marriage date is usual 
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7359 This email was sent to the author by Beth Murphy in February, 2015. Beth is a descendant of John Gardner Murphy and his wife, Isabella O'Fallon.

I see that you discovered, puzzled over and solved all in one fell swoop. Yes, that 1900 census is a curiosity. (Ed. Note: referring to the 1900 census where Isabella is listed although she had died the previous year).

When I found John Gardner Murphy's obit it was the first I knew of a son John and a brother James. James must have been in Chicago at the time of John's death. He died there a few weeks later and his body was taken back to the family plot in Cincinnati. The only evidence I have of John and Isabella's son John is a card that re-recorded his birth after the 1884 courthouse fire in Cinci. I've not been able to find him in any other records, so I've presumed he died young, but seeing his name again in my g-grandfather's obit makes me wonder about that....

Beezie Murphy is the reason I got hooked on genealogy. I grew up hearing about her, but never much, so I started searching. She is the closest thing to a "famous" relative I'm likely to have. She was a nanny for some famous Cincinnati citizens, for most of her life in the employ of Jane Herron Anderson and Charles Longworth Anderson. Jane's sister was married to president Taft and the Taft children were often in the care of Aunt Beezie while Taft was governor of the Philippines. This was attested to in a letter to me written by Charles Phelps Taft about 1980, just before he died. The tragedy is that the letter was lost in one of my many moves. My dad's cousin also said that Beezie was nanny for some Longworth children but I've not been able to determine that in anyway. The Anderson's lived on Grandin Road next door to Nicholas and Alice Roosevelt Longworth but their daughter (actually not Nicholas' natural child) was born in 1925. It is possible that Beezie assisted them with her, I suppose. She was 14 when Nicholas was born, possible that she cared for him I guess, but not likely. Anyway, she continues to be of great interest to me but there is not much info available. 
Murphy, John Gardner (I39628)
 
7360 This index is an electronic database of information. The entries are primarily from the IGI along with some entries derived from compiled and original records such as:
tab Family Records
tabChurch Records
tabCivil Registration
It may also includ 
Source (S003235)
 
7361 This is a collection of American passport applications that includes passport applications from 1795-1925, passport amendment and extension applications from 1912-1925, and a register of passport applications that cover most of the same years Passport appl Source (S012447)
 
7362 This is a collection of Confederate veteran pension applications in Alabama between 1865-1940. The collection includes applications for disabled veterans, warrants for pensions, applications for relief, correspondence, affidavits, widow applications for re Source (S003308)
 
7363 This is a winner! The reason this might look strange is that Charles McKenzie (b 1849) was the son of Samuel F. McKenzie (b 1805) and his FIRST wife, Catherine Durbin. Catherine died and Samuel married a second wife, Hannah Guslor, in 1857.

In the 1870 census (District 3, Allegany Co) Charles McKinsey age about 21 (bc 1849) was unmarried and living with his father Samuel (b 1805) and Samuel’s wife Hannah.

According to one of the family trees on Ancestry (with an unnamed owner), this Charles McKenzie (b 1849) married Lydia Wiland at St. Michael’s Catholic church in Frostburg MD on 24 January 1883, with witnesses Cletus Thomas McKenzie and Maria Anna McKenzie present.

In the 1930 census Charles L. McKenzie was living in Shaft, Allegany Co, with his son Samuel and Samuel’s wife Emma. This may be the “Samuel Jr” who signed the death certificate. He may have been called “Jr” within the family because his grandfather was also named Samuel. The death certificate was from also Shaft.

Lastly, the death certificate states the place of burial is St. Anne’s in Avilton MD. I’ve been to this cemetery and seen the grave of Samuel F. and Hannah Guslor there. They have a nice big head stone. I don’t remember seeing the stone for Charles, but it makes sense that they would be there together.

Hope this helps. No one else seems to have a death date for this Charles, so this is new information. Thanks to Don Kagle.

Ann Stansbarger June 10, 2011 
McKenzie, Charles Lemuel (I06234)
 
7364 This is an extraction of the Camp Chase Cemetery in Columbus, Franklin County Ohio. Source (S004832)
 
7365 This is from Sheryl Kelso:

The information for Gabriel's line comes from Phyllis Roslay, with this note attached, dated September 5, 2012:
"I forgot that years ago that Phyllis Davidson in Ohio had sent me a lot of her research on the Porter family. It is much more reliable than the Porter book. Phyllis Davidson co-authored the book "Western Maryland Catholics", with Dick Koch."

This information was forwarded to Michael A. McKenzie by Scott Carter Williams in August 2018:

The name "Gabriel McKenzie Porter" appears as early as 1889 in the book entitled "Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of fayette County, Pennsylvania" by Samuel T. Wiley. The original viewed by ths writer reflects that it is in the Cornell University Library and also is available through Google Books. The page number is 396 in the electronic version and 374 in the actual book.

He is buried in the Porter Cemetery.

The followig information was sent to the writer, Michael A. McKenzie in August, 2018, by Alan Williams:

To the best of my knowledge we have no document of John Porter’s (b. 1737) marriage to Nancy McKenzie, but there is the clear indication of a family interaction in the name of our 3xGreat Grandfather Gabriel McKenzie Porter. He was John (and Nancys?) fourth son. Its possible he’s named for his grandfather, or for a Porter neighbor, as the ‘old country naming traditions’ certainly broke down at some point.

For a while we were confused by Gabriel Porter McKenzie’s residence in Allegany County and death in PA. What we learned is this: His move to PA was preceded by his son Moses (b. 1804), who moved to present day Fayette County PA, apparent home of his wife’s family, the Wades. The Wades are also related by marriage to the Lindley’s and Gabriel McKenzie Porter’s estate showed he did in fact owe end of life Doctor’s bills for services of Dr. Lutellus Lindley. One of Moses children is named for that doctor, and another child attended medical school under Dr. Lindley’s guidance.

Tracking this, I found Moses Porter’s grave (1804-1880) in what is now an abandoned graveyard in PA, called “Owensdale” but which had locally been called the “Stickler/Porter burying ground”. Moses is one of the final burials there, and we think it’s likely that also marks Gabriel Mckenzie Porters resting place. https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2234359/owensdale-cemetery

Neither Moses, nor so far as we could find, his father Gabriel McKenzie Porter, owned slaves, although Gabe’s brother Squire Jack, did. That may have been part of the decision to move to PA, we cannot know for certain.

From what I’ve gleaned in other emails this past few days, a number of McKenzie’s (including Catherine Winters husband Jesse) seem to be recorded as PA birth. My brother, Scott Williams, is far advanced in understanding the Porter brothers movements back and forth across the MD/PA border, which will hopefully help us narrow down the point at which the two families ‘hooked up’, whether at Hobsons, McKenzie’s Discovery, or some later point.

Alan

Alan Williams sent the following to the writer, Michael A. McKenzie in August 2018. The subject deals with Gabriel McKenzie Porter's middle name and whether there were/are any source documents which corroborate the "McKenzie" portion of the name.

Alan wrote:

In all Instances of documents included in Gabriel Porter’s probate, he is given either as G.M. Porter or Gabriel M. Porter. The only instances I recall of him without his middle initial are listings in census. For whatever reason, the “M” seems to be important to his name! And to the best of my knowledge, we had no other Gabriel Porters around the landscape for him to distinguish himself from.

Scott Williams sent the followig to the writer, Michael A. McKenzie concerning the same subject also in August 2018:

See attached reprint from an 1889 book of Biographical Sketches of Fayette County PA. He is the only one of John Porter Jr's children to have a middle name in SDP's book and it is "McKenzie".

Here is the link:

Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Writer's note: this book states at the beginning that it is located in the library at Cornell University. Scott obtained it via Google Books and sent it to the writer. 
Porter, Gabriel McKenzie (I00655)
 
7366 This is his baptism date as recorded in Western Maryland Catholics, Koch and Davidson, page 92.

From Ray Leidinger: “29 Mar 1832 – Jesse, the son of John and Hanna (?) McKenzie. Sponsor: Mary Logsdon. (Rev.) F.X. Marshall.” St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Cumberland, MD

Death dates per the research of Amber Barr. 
McKenzie, Jesse (I01286)
 
7367 This is Jo Ann Wade Langendorfer's line. In Message #1082 on the Wade Genforum June 15, 1999 She list the full names of all of Enoch Wade'S children.

Walter Edward Wade was born on 1 Apr 1879. He died in 1907. Walter Wade, a young man residing at Borden Shaft, near Frostburg, was brought here Iast evening, over the Cumberland and Westernport Railway, and taken to the Western Maryland hospital, in Wolford's ambulance, suffering from a gunshot wound in the arm below the elbow. He was accidentally shot while tusseling with his brother for the possession of a shot gun. It would appear that his brother David had the gun and that Walter was trying to get it away from him. It was stated at the hospital this afternoon that the young man was resting nicely and no serious results were anticipated. The Cumberland Evening Times, December 16, 1907

Mr. Walter E. Wade is incapacitated on account of a sore arm. The bone is in the state of decay caused by a gunshot wound which he received several years ago. The Cumberland Evening Times, March 1, 1910

Mr. Walter Wade, Harrisburg, was unable to attend the funeral [of his father] due to illness. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 28, 1936
 
Wade, Walter Edward (I32025)
 
7368 This is not a misprint. George McKenzie married Susanna McKenzie, who was the daughter of Samuel McKenzie.

The following are marriage records supplied by Ray Leidinger and transcribed by Sheryl Kelso August, 2013 and were from Allegany Co. Marriage Registry and other records from St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Cumberland, unless otherwise noted:

Susannah McKenzie, March 19, 1890, died of old age; services were conducted by German father.

Headstone Details:

Cemetery name: Saint Patrick's Church, Name on headstone: Susanah McKenzie Birth1815 - Cumberland, Allegany, MD, Death1890 - Cumberland, Allegany, MD  
McKenzie, Susanna (I00481)
 
7369 This is Rosalee Rogers, married to Melvin McKenzie, 1920-1974. She is buried at Queens Point Cemetery, Keyser, WV.


KEYSER, W.Va. — Rosalee A. McKenzie, 78, of Bountiful, Utah, formerly of Keyser, died Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1996, at the South Davis Community Hospital, Bountiful. Friends will be received at the Rotruck-Smith Funeral Home, Keyser, on Wednesday from 1 to 2 p.m. Memorial services will be conducted in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. The Cumberland Times-News, January 31, 1996 
Rogers, Rosalee (I08842)
 
7370 This is the date recorded on the headstone.
occupation: laborer, farm.
occupation: laborer, saw mill.
occupation: lumber mill.
occupation: lumber mill. 
Hilton, C. Mack (I27717)
 
7371 This list of all known students, graduates, and officers at the University of Cambridge, England, from 1261 to 1900 offers information from various sources. Every entry offers important information which may include any of the following: notable accomplish Source (S004627)
 
7372 This particular John may not be the son of Gabriel, Jr. Ed. Note. Needs to be verified/proven.

The following information was received from Bobbie McKenzie in June, 2013. Future researchers will need to verify it if they are interested in this line.

Rosanne=eleanorrms@aol.com (need to check accuracy of email address) I have a copy of the death cert. of "Jno D. M. Mackenzie" b. 3 July 1829 in OH, and d. 22 March 1916 in IL. Gives name of father "Jno Mackenzie", born Maryland, and mother Margaret Clugston, born Maryland. The informant was my grandfather, who only went to 4th grade, maybe 6th grade in school....so the correct spelling of Clugston could have been Logsdon. Also, my grandfather's name ~ on the cert. gives an incorrect middle initial, which could indicate the person taking the info was not too careful.

John (1829) is believed to have been born in Gambier Knox Co OH.

John (1829) McKenzie is listed in the 1850 Knox Co OH census, along with
Sarah McKenzie. I have been informed they were married in 1848. John was
married more than once. Another wife, Emma Moreland, is the mother of my
grandfather.

She also has John & Margaret's marriage license record from Allegany Co, MD, their marriage record at the Catholic Church in Allegany Co, MD in 1822, their son's (John) baptism in 1829 at St. Luke Church in Danville, Knox Co, OH, Margaret's marriage to William Robeson in 1831, marriage record of the son John's marriages to Sarah Presley in 1849, to Caroline Southwick in 1852, marriage record of Joseph to Elizabeth Parker in 1862, copy of Joseph's death record in 1893.

The son John also married Emma Moreland who was in the Wash DC census 1860, age 14. I don't know when or where they married. But I found that her mother and brother were later married (not to each other :) ) in McLean Co, IL in 1872 and 1877.

Emma's sister married in Wash DC in 1862. She had another sister that I haven't been able to trace.

Re John McKenzie that married Margaret Peggy Logsdon........they got a m. license in Allegany Co. 30 Nov 1822 and were m. 3 Dec 1822 at the Catholic Church in Allegany Co., MD. There is a record of the baptism of Mary & Joseph in the book "Western Maryland Catholics 1819-1851" by Koch & Davidson. There is a record of the baptism of John (b 1829) in St Luke's Church, Danville, Knox Co. OH.

John & Sarah are in the 1850 Knox Co census. Their m. 1 Aug 1849 is in the Knox Co marriage record. She died in 1852 and he m. Caroline Southwick in 1853....also in Knox Co marriage record. Family lore.....he had a son named William before he married Emma Moreland. Don't know what happened to
Caroline, or when he married Emma. Emma was from Wash.DC. He & Emma had 4 children, John Duncan b 1869 in IL, d 1954 in IA, Margaret - never married, Louise - never married, and Jane (Jen). In the 1880 census for LaSalle Co IL he is listed as J.D. McKenzi =e with Emma McKenzie, and the 3 oldest children.

I have only looked at Knox Co in OH and not at Mahoning Co because the family seemed to stick pretty close to Mt Vernon, and stayed pretty much with the Catholic Church. When Margaret's husband died in 1829 in Knox Co she remarried a Knox Co man and stayed in the area until she died. She & her new
husband did not raise Mary, Joseph and John however......she "farmed them out" to other family/families because the new husband did not want to raise them......according to family legend.

Rosanne in NC

Also from Bobbie McKenzie in June 2013. Similar to above but with additional clues. Researchers need to verify. No contact has been made with "Roseanne" as of July, 2013.

From: Eleanorrms@aol.com[SMTP:Eleanorrms@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 10:27 P ÝM
To: dmckenzie@kearney.net
Cc: Eleanorrms@aol.com
Subject: Re: John McKenzie

Hi Bobbie:

John and Sarah McKenzie are in the 1850 Ohio census, Schedule I - Free Inhabitants in 1st Ward of Mt Vernon, Knox Co, the page number is difficult to read but I think it is page 233. John & Sarah are on lines 39 & 40. On June 6 someone else in Knox Co told me that John McKenzie married Sarah 1 Aug 1849, by E.T.Brown min. She died 31 July 1852, age 20 yr, 3 mon, 11 days buried Moundview Cem. Mt Vernon, OH.

Marriage # 2 = Caroline Southwick 1 Feb 1853 by Fr. Julius Brent.

Old family letters say that he was married twice.....but they may not have known of #2. John and Emma Moreland had 4 children, all born in IL. My grandfather was the oldest of the 4, and he was born in 1869. John & Emma died and are buried in Ottawa, LaSalle Co. IL.
:
I have a copy of the death cert. of "Jno D. M. Mackenzie" ã b. 3 July 1829 in OH, and d. 22 March 1916 in IL. Gives name of father "Jno Mackenzie", born Maryland, and mother Margaret Clugston, born Maryland. The informant was my grandfather, who only went to 4th grade, maybe 6th grade in school....so the correct spelling of Clugston could have been Logsdon. Also, my grandfather's name on the cert. gives an incorrect middle initial, which could indicate the person taking the info was not too careful.

John (1829) is believed to have been born in Gambier Knox Co OH.

John (1829) McKenzie is listed in the 1850 Knox Co OH census, along with Sarah McKenzie. I have been informed they were married in 1849. John was married more than once. Another wife, Emma Moreland, is the mother of my grandfather.

This is as far as I have been able to go with MacKenzie names.

I'd like to hear more from you and your group (Ed. note: McKenzie Quest Group started by Ann Stansbarger and Michael McKenzie in 1999).

Rosanne





 
McKenzie, John (I04861)
 
7373 This Patrick M. McKenzie and Helen Elinora Lovinia Getty family has led me into an interest in the MCKENZIES of Somerset County, PA, and Allegany and Garrett Counties, MD. This is compounded by the fact that Michael Aaron MCKENZIE married Loretta MCKENZIE (1867-1904) about 1892 in LaGrange County, IN, and Loretta's ancestry also leads back to the Somerset area. Loretta's father Joseph Christian MCKENZIE (1837-1925) was from Maryland (though I have yet to confirm his ancestors), and Loretta's mother Hannah FAIR (1842-1880) traces back to Christopher FAIR (1769-1850) of Somerset County, PA, and Tuscarawas County, OH. Hannah FAIR's mother Rachel Baker (1810-1892) may be the daughter of Douglas Baker (1768-1850) and Anna Marie (or Mary Ann) GARLITZ (1772-1852), but I have yet to prove this. Douglas Baker and his family also went to Tuscarawas County, OH, from Somerset County, PA. MCKENZIEs, FAIRs, BAKERs and GARLITZes all went to LaGrange County, IN, and most or all of these families seem to have Somerset roots.

Ed. Note: I am not sure who wrote the above entry. Joseph Christian McKenzie's parents were Samuel Francis McKenzie (b. 1805) and Sarah Durbin (b. 1809).

Ed note: Michael Aaron was christened on 1 May 1853. Sponsors: Mary L. Porter and M. Slattery. Page 6. Records of St. Michael's Catholic Church. St. Michael's was established in 1852. MSA M 3743 (1852-1910). 
McKenzie, Michael Aaron (I02670)
 
7374 This volume lists members of the University of Oxford from 1500 to 1714, along with brief biographical details such as ecclesiastical positions held and family relationships among the alumni.
Sponsor
Institute of Historical Research 
Source (S004371)
 
7375 Thomas A. MCKENZIE (Sampson Gregory-3, Ambrose G.-2, John M.-1) was born about 1887 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He served in the military between 1918 and 1919. Thomas entered the service 31 July 1918 at Rockwood, Pennsylvania in the 112th Engineers. He sered stateside from 31 July 1918 to 6 March 1919. He was discharged 6 March 1919 from Camp A.A. Humphries, Virginia. He died on 6 Jun 1977 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. MEYERSDALE - Thomas A. McKenzie, 90, died yesterday at Meyersdale Community Hospital. A native of Meyersdale RD, he was a son of the late Sampson and Barbara (Ebaugh) McKenzie. Two wives, Emma (Countryman) McKenzie and Sara (Hartle) McKenzie, preceded him in death. Owner-operator of McKenzie Company for 42 years prior to his retirement, he was one of the first members of the board of directors of Meyersdale Community Hospital. A veteran of World War I, a charter member of Charles E. Kelly Post 112 American Legion and Laurel Falls Association, and a member of BPO Elks Lodge 1951 and SS. Philip and James Catholic Church. Surviving are his widow, Florence (Hostetler) McKenzie; two sons, James Hartle and Charles McKenzie, here; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Agnes Bolden, Cumberland, and five grandchildren; four brothers, Simon, Leo, Edward and Robert McKenzie; two sisters Katherine McKenzie and Mrs. Rose Gates. The body is at the Price Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at 11 a.m. at SS. Philip and James Church. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery. The Cumberland News, June 7, 1977

Thomas A. McKenzie, 90, died June 6, 1977, at Meyersdale Community Hospital. A native of Meyersdale RD, he was a son of the late Sampson and Barbara (Ebaugh) McKenzie. Two wives, Emma (Countryman) McKenzie and Sara (Hartle) McKenzie, preceded him in death. Owner-operator of McKenzie Company for 42 years prior to his retirement he was one of the first members of the board of directors of Meyersdale Community Hospital, a veteran of World War I, a charter member of Charles E. Kelly Post 112, American Legion and Laurel Falls Association, and a member of BPO Elks Lodge 1951 and SS. Philip and James Catholic Church. Surviving are his widow, Florence (Hostetler) McKenzie; two sons, James Hartle and Charles Mckenzie, Meyersdale; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Agnes Bolden, Cumberland, Md., and five grandchildren; four brothers, Simon, Leo, Edward and Robert McKenzie; two sisters Katherine McKenzie and Mrs. Rose Gates. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at 11 a.m. at SS. Philip and James Church. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery. Funeral arrangements in charge of the Price Funeral Home. The Republic, June 9, 1977

He was buried on 9 Jun 1977 in SS Phillip and James Catholic Cemetery, Meyersdale, Pennsylvania.

Burial:
Saints Philip and James Cemetery
Meyersdale
Somerset County
Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: Joe Mckenzie
Record added: Apr 03, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107776947  
McKenzie, Thomas A. (I04429)
 
7376 Thomas A. MCKENZIE and Sarah Gertrude HARTLE were married. Sarah Gertrude HARTLE (daughter of John HARTLE and Mary OLINGER\OLLINGER) was born about 1888 in Drifting. She died on 9 Dec 1952 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.

MEYERSDALE — Mrs. Sarah Gertrude McKenzie, 64, wife of Thomas A. McKenzie, died yesterday at her home, 401 High Street. A native of Drifting, she was a daughter of the late John and Mary (Ollinger) Hartle. Mrs. McKenzie was a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary here, and was a member of the Ladies' Guild of SS. Phillip and James Catholic Church, the Garden Club and Women's Club. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, James C. and Charles T. McKenzie: a daughter, Mrs. Richard Bolden, all of Meyersdale; three brothers, A. R. and Lawrence Hartle, Meyersdale; and Christ Hartle, Seward; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Beezer, Bradford; Mrs. Charles Hughes, Uniontown; Miss Margaret Hartle, Homestead; and two grandchildren. The body is at the Price Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be celebrated tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. at SS Philip and James church. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, December 10, 1952  
Hartle, Sarah Gertrude (I04431)
 
7377 Thomas and his wife Mildred are first cousins.
Thomas the son of Bernard Brown 1750 -1800 and Elizabeth Jennings Dabney 1751 - 1826; Mildred the daughter of Bernard's brother Brightberry Brown 1762 - 1846 and Mary Susan Thompson 1766 - 1832. 
Brown, Thomas Harris (I26172)
 
7378 Thomas and his wife Mildred are first cousins.
Thomas the son of Bernard Brown 1750 -1800 and Elizabeth Jennings Dabney 1751 - 1826; Mildred the daughter of Bernard's brother Brightberry Brown 1762 - 1846 and Mary Susan Thompson 1766 - 1832. 
Brown, Mildred (I26179)
 
7379 Thomas Arthur McKenzie was born April 8, 1925 in Bon Accord, Alberta. He enlisted in WWII with the Canadian Army and received the 1939-1945 War Medal, the Canadian Volunteer Service medal and the Defence Medal. Harold died on May 9, 1998.

MY STORY by TOM MCKENZIE

November1994

In my early years I did man ythingswith my fathe rClarence McKenzie. We
trapped,hunted and traveled. Many times I walked 56 miles to Aunt Meg's with him
for visits or short stays. I remember my father as a teller of stories such as how to
catch horses. You pack your food and start to follow them, never stopping. Never
give them a chance to stop for a rest. Just keep going don't let them stop to sleep.
You are the man and being human you are smarter than an animal. Keep after them
night and day till they just wear down then you can just walk up to them and put a
rope around their neck and they are yours. The point of the story was that a man has
more endurance and that with proper preparation catching a horse was a simple
matter.

I have been a salesman,a plasterer,a miner,a carpenter,a builder of hotels and
housing developments. I was a self made millionaire by the age of forty-three. My
brother Harold and I developed a gold mine close to Trail and Moyier BC, from the
initial diggings and hauling of the ore to Trail for smelting to the selling of shares in
the stock market. These shares started at .35cents each and ended up at around $
7.50 per share when the project was completed.

I went to school for a total of five years, and was part of the contingent that went overseas
for WW2.

Uncle Tom suffered a severe heart attack a few years ago. It must have been
around1989??

My father Clarence McKenzie was a Texas Ranger or a Sheriff for sometime in
his younger years before coming to Canada. When he did come to Canada, it was a
trip in a covered wagon, train rides in thewagon on a flat car with many stops on the
way. The trip took about two years.  
McKenzie, Thomas Arthur (I02796)
 
7380 Thomas Dale DURST (Gladys Leona DURST-4, Lawrence Delbert-3, Nancy Ellen MCKENZIE-2, John M.-1) was born about 1946 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 16 Mar 1979 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Thomas Dale Durst, 33, Grantsville RD 2, Md., died March 16, 1979 in Sacred Heart Hospital. Born in Frostburg, Md., he was a son of Elmer Durst and Gladys (Durst) Durst, Grantsville. He was a member of Cherry Grove Church of the Brethren. Besides his parents, he is survived by his widow, Sandra (Goehringer) Durst; two sons, Thomas Durst Jr., and Timothy Durst, and a daughter, Stephanie Durst, all at home; two brothers, Elmer Dean Durst, Malvern, Pa.; Joseph Durst, Charleston, W.Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Patsy Pope, Star Route, Frostburg, and Mrs. Nancy Craig, Lynchburg, Va. Friends were received at the Newman Funeral Home where services were conducted in Cherry Grove Church with the Rev. J. Rogers Frank and the Rev. Earl Harper officiating. Interment, Grantsville Cemetery. The family suggests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to Cherry Grove Church memorial fund. The Republic, Meyersdale, March 22, 1979 Durst, Thomas Dale Sr. (I07673)
 
7381 Thomas E. Lancaster, 87, of Cumberland, died Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, at home surrounded by his family. Born in Mount Savage on July 4, 1931, he was the son of the late Edith (Moran) and Edgar "Ted" Lancaster. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Patricia Folk and husband Earl "Butch"; brothers-in-law, W. Clay Ingram, Robert Mathews, William R. Turner, and James Turner. Tom was a graduate of Beall High School, Class of 1949. Following high school, Tom served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean conflict. While serving in the Marines, he was an arial photographer. Upon being discharged, he began his career as a draftsman at Allegany Ballistics Laboratory. Tom was employed at ABL until his retirement after serving the company for 38 years. Tom was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Our Lady of the Mountains Parish, Knights of Columbus, where he served as Grand Knight, Wamba Caravan 89 Order of Alhambra, American Legion, and Marine Corps Veterans Association. Tom is survived by his wife of 65 years, Winona "Toni" Turner Lancaster; children, Linda S. Hager and husband, Tate, Ellerslie, Debra A. Lancaster, Cumberland, Barbara J. Salas and husband, Dr. Louis Salas, Ellicott City, and Thomas E. Lancaster II and wife, Lori, Davidsonville; grandchildren, Tate J. Hager and wife, Rachel, Shane T. Hager, Laura A. Hager, Sam L. Salas, Elena S. Salas, Marlee M. Lancaster, and Elise D. Lancaster; sister, Rosemary Mathews; sisters-in law, Colleen R. Ingram, Cumberland, Frances Bopp and husband, Jack, Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Charlotte Turner, Cumberland. Tom is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends will be received Monday, Aug. 6, 2018, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., 108 Virginia Ave., Cumberland. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at St. Mary Catholic Church on Tuesday, Aug.
7, 2018, at 11 a.m. Interment will be in St. Mary Cemetery. The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, those wishing to honor Tom's memory may do so by making contributions to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, P.O.
Box 4527, New York, NY 10163 or Western Maryland Health System Hospice Services, Attn: Candy Adams, 1050 Industrial Boulevard., Suite 19, Cumberland, MD 21502.

Published in Cumberland Times-News on August 4,
2018 
Lancaster, Thomas Edgar (I03182)
 
7382 Thomas Family Tree. Source (S011873)
 
7383 Thomas Franklin MCKENZIE (Thomas A.-3, Francis-2, John M.-1) was born on 15 Jan 1917 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 4 Oct 1999 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

FROSTBURG - Thomas Franklin McKenzie, 82, a lifelong resident of Finzel, died Monday, Oct. 4, 1999, at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born Jan. 15, 1917, in Finzel, he was the son of the late Thomas A. "Davey" and Cora Mae (Steinly) McKenzie. He also was preceded in death by two sisters, Naomi "Honey" Lindeman and Verna Caton; and a daughter-in-law, Carol Jean (Baer) McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was a retired farmer and former employee of the Celanese Fibers Corporation. He was a member of Saint Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. Surviving are his loving wife of 64 years, Helen Lucinda (Caton) McKenzie; eight sons, Paul and wife, Mary, Clarksburg, Bernard, Salisbury, Pa., John and wife, Linda, Laurel, Harold and wife, Beverly, Severn, Larry and wife, Frances, Salisbury, Pa., Dale and wife, Gail, Frostburg, Charles and wife, Lynne, Finzel, and David and wife, Cindy, Meyersdale, Pa.; a brother, James A. McKenzie and wife, Clara, Finzel; 20 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg , on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at Saint Michael's Catholic Church on Thursday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. Paul Byrnes, officiating. Interment will be in the Finzel Cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Gary, Richard, Barry, Douglas, Mark, and Brian McKenzie. Honorary pallbearers will be grandsons Bradley and Michael McKenzie. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. Cumberland Times-News 
McKenzie, Thomas Franklin (I06654)
 
7384 Thomas Franklin MCKENZIE and Helen Lucinda CATON were married about 1935. Helen Lucinda CATON (daughter of Harvey H. CATON and Sarah E. Brown) was born on 28 May 1917 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. She died on 25 Nov 2004 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Helen L. McKenzie

FINZEL - Helen Lucinda McKenzie, 87, formerly of Finzel, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 2004, at the Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center. Born May 28, 1917, in Finzel, she was the daughter of the late Harvey H. Caton and Sarah E. (Brown) Caton Bittner. She was also preceded in death by her soulmate and husband of almost 65 years, Thomas Franklin McKenzie; two sisters, Viola E. Caton and Ruth C. Fadeley; and one daughter-in-law, Carol J. McKenzie. Mrs. McKenzie was a farmer, homemaker, and formerly employed as a seamstress with Flushing Shirt Factory, Grantsville, Meyersdale Manufacturing, Meyersdale, Pa., and retired from Salisbury Sportswear, Inc., Salisbury, Pa. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. Helen was a generous and loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, who welcomed all to her home. She will always be remembered for the meals she prepared and the homemade baking she did for everyone. Surviving are eight sons, Paul F. McKenzie and wife Mary, Clarksburg, Bernard F. McKenzie, Salisbury, Harold J. McKenzie and wife Beverly, Severn, John T. McKenzie and wife Linda, Laurel, Larry J. McKenzie and wife Frances, Salisbury, Dale A. McKenzie and wife Gail, Frostburg, Charles L. McKenzie and wife Dianna Lynne, Finzel, and David E. McKenzie and friend Debra Beachy, Meyersdale; two sisters, Mary Romesburg, Meyersdale, and Irene McKenzie, Frostburg; 20 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, on Monday at 8 a.m. with Monsignor Paul Byrnes as celebrant. Interment will be in the Finzel Cemetery. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Memorials may be directed to Saint Michael's School, 56 E. Main St., Frostburg, MD 21532. Cumberland Times-News 
Caton, Helen Lucinda (I06659)
 
7385 Thomas Frederick LORADITCH (Bernard Joseph-4, Mary Alice MCKENZIE-3, Ambrose G.-2, John M.-1) was born on 16 Aug 1927 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 15 Oct 1975 in Lancaster, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Thomas F. Loraditch, 48, of George Hill Lane, Lancaster, Mass., died yesterday at a Lancaster hospital. He had been in ill health since January. Born in Cumberland, he was a son of the late Bernard J. Loraditch and Mrs. Lucille (Broadwater) Loraditch of Beltsville. A self-employed electrical engineer, he was a 1945 graduate of LaSalle High School, a graduate of Penn State College and veteran of World War II. During his high school years, he was an employe of the Times and Alleganian Company. Besides his mother, he is survived by his widow, Edith Loraditch; six sons; one daughter; a brother, Bernard A. Loraditch, Baltimore; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Agnes Vicimo, Mrs. Norma Jean Limberis, Mrs. Barbara Jane Hovekost, and Sister Mary Norma, SSND, all of the Washington-Baltimore area. Services and interment will be in Lancaster tomorrow. The Cumberland Evening Times, October 16, 1975 He was buried on 17 Oct 1975 in Lancaster, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Thomas Frederick Loraditch, 1307 Bedford Street, yesterday received an electrical engineering degree at commencement exercises at Pennsylvania State College. The Cumberland Sunday Times, January 28, 1951 Loraditch, Thomas Frederick (I08151)
 
7386 Thomas H. Austin (Rebecca Ann MCKENZIE-3, Samuel J.-2, John M.-1) was born on 6 Aug 1885 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 29 Jul 1977 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Thomas H. Austin, 91, of Meyersdale, died July 29, 1977, in Meyersdale Community Hospital. Born Aug. 6, 1885, in Meyersdale, he was a son of the late John and Rebbecca (McKenzie) Austin. He was preceded in death by his wife, Martha Winebrenner. He is survived by three children, Mrs. Ruth (Austin) Hay, of Meyersdale; Raymond, of Cumberland, Md., and Gene, of Bluebell; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Sts. Philip and James Catholic Church, and UMW Local 1875. Funeral mass was held Sunday at the Sts. Philip and James Catholic Church with Father Clark George officiating. Interment, the church cemetery. A Christian Wake Service was prayed Saturday at the Leckemby Funeral Home. Meyersdale, The Republic, Aug. 4, 1977. Austin, Thomas H. (I06864)
 
7387 Thomas is listed in the 1910 census as living with his brother Michael Aaron McKenzie in La Grange County, Indiana. McKenzie, Thomas F. (I02669)
 
7388 Thomas Joseph Larkin, 76, Paw Paw, W. Va., employee of the Union Tanning Company, Paw Paw, for fifty-five years, died at his home at 5:40 p.m., yesterday after a lingering illness. He retired four years ago. Mr. Larkin was a member of St. Charles Catholic church, Paw Paw, and of Paw Paw Lodge. No. 78, I. O. O. F. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Catherine Ellen Shives Larkin; four daughters, Mrs. O. P. Matthews, Warren, Ohio; Mrs. Edith Blake, Mrs. Wilbur Smith and Mrs. R. V. McKenzie, all of Cumberland; three sons, William T., Bernard M., and Ray K. Larkin, all of Paw Paw; one sister, Mrs. Ella Proudfoot, Cumberland; thirteen grandchildren one great-grandchild. The body will remain at the home. Cumberland News, Tuesday, July 27, 1943  Larkin, Thomas Joseph (I33075)
 
7389 Thomas L. ROSENBERGER (Gertrude Grace LARUE-4, Hannah Margaret MCKENZIE-3, Samuel J.-2, John M.-1) was born on 9 Feb 1909 in Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 26 Mar 1975 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. FROSTBURG - Thomas L. Rosenberger, 66, of RD 2, Finzel Road, died Wednesday shortly after being admitted to Frostburg Community Hospital. Born in Garrett County, he was the son of the late John and Grace (LaRue) Rosenberger. He was a retired clay miner. Surviving are his widow, Elsie (Broadwater) Rosenberger; three sons, Harold Rosenberger, Woodland; Paul Rosenberger, Pocahontas, Pa.; and Bernard Rosenberger, at home; one daughter, Mrs. Darlene Bittinger, Salisbury, Pa.; five sisters, Mrs. Dessie Drees, and Mrs. Clara McKenzie, both of Finzel; Miss Alberta Rosenberger, and Mrs. Evelyn Baker, both of Frostburg; and Mrs. Edna Kimble, Meyersdale; three brothers Emory Rosenberger, Arthur Rosenberger and Gurney Rosenberger, all of Finzel, and four grandchildren. Friends will be received in the Durst Funeral Home. The Cumberland News, March 28, 1975 He was buried on 29 Mar 1975 in Finzel Cemetery, Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. Rosenberger, Thomas L. (I07880)
 
7390 Thomas Lancaster is listed as being widowed in the 1900 Federal Census. McKenzie, Hannah J. (I01258)
 
7391 Thomas Lenhard MCKENZIE (son of Zachariah G. MCKENZIE and Margaret DURST) was born on 6 Nov 1874 in Garrett Co., Maryland. BAPTISMS ST. MICHAELS CATHOLIC CHURCH, FROSTBURG MD. MSA M 3743 (1852-1910)

MCKENZIE, LENHARD Thomas of Zacharia McKenzie & Margaret Anna Durst b 6 Nov 1874 c 13 Dec. 1874 Sponsors: James Dorsey, Anna Harding, & Anna McKenzie by Rev. V.F. Schmitt, p 61.

He died on 9 May 1962 in Sykesville, Carroll Co., Maryland. FROSTBURG - Thomas L. McKenzie, 88, native of Garrett County, died yesterday at the home of a son, Grant McKenzie, RD 3, Sykesville. Born in Avilton, he was a son of the late Zachary and Margaret (Durst) McKenzie. Surviving, besides the son with whom he resided, are another son, Marshall McKenzie, Cresaptown, a brother, Joseph McKenzie, Alexandria, Va., and sisters, Mrs. Rachel Deibler and Mrs. Ella Drees, both of Frostburg, and Mrs. Matilda Warne, Grantsville. The body will be returned to Avilton for graveside services at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Ann's Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, May 10, 1962 
McKenzie, Thomas Lenhard (I03076)
 
7392 Thomas LeRoy McKenzie, 82, of Rawlings, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. Born on Dec. 27, 1934, in Cumberland, he was the son of the late Thomas Edward and Lena McKenzie. He was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Betty Jo McKenzie, who passed in Dec. 2016. He was also preceded in death by two brothers, Ronald and Edward McKenzie. Thomas was a United States Army Veteran, and retired from Hercules/ABL Rocket Factory. He loved hunting, fishing, camping, working on his own cars, and woodworking and wood crafting. Mr. McKenzie enjoyed playing practical jokes on people, especially his wife and his brothers-in-law. Above all, he was a hard-working man who loved being with his family. Surviving are his daughters, Lena K. Leasure and husband Randall of Carpendale, W.Va., Carol Ann McKenzie of Martinsburg, W.Va., Toni Marie Fabbri and husband Joe of LaVale; seven grandchildren, Betty Ann Webb, Scott Pratt, Chris Fabbri, Mandy Deter-Fabbri and husband Scott, Todd Leasure, Cassie Fabbri, and Crystal Menefee; nine great-grandchildren, Alexis Jedlowski, Madison Pratt, Kolten Deter, Kayden Pressman, Bailee Pressman, Anthony Pratt, Karley Fabbri, Emily Huff, Gracelyn Helmstetter, and Ryder Menefee. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., 15205 McMullen Highway, Cresaptown, on Tuesday, Nov.14, 2017, from 5 to 8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be conducted at Our Lady of the Mountains, Saint Ambrose Catholic Church on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 at 10 a.m. Military Honors will be accorded at the church by Fort Cumberland Post 13 Honor Guard. Interment will be in the Maryland State Veterans Cemetery at Rocky Gap. Pallbearers will be Chris, Scotty, Todd, BettyAnn, Brian, Scott, Little Eddie, and Joey. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the hospice nurses and Brandy Clark for their wonderful care provided to Thomas through his illness. Published in Cumberland Times-News on November 11, 2017 McKenzie, Thomas Leroy (I16723)
 
7393 Thomas married Elizabeth Betsy Blalock on January 27, 1828 in Lenoir, Burke Co., NC.
Their children were Clarissa, Tilman, Samuel, Isaac, Avery, Malinda, Preston, Charles, and Elmira Vance.

Thomas was the son of Matthew Vance and Barbary McVeigh.

In 1830 Thomas and Betsy Blalock are living in Burke Co. N. C. along with their eldest daughter Clarissa. By 1840 the y had moved to Yancey Co. NC and their family had grown t o include Samuel, Averu, Issac, Tillman and Melinda. It i s noted in the Lawsuit Concerning the Estate of Thomas Vanc e that he "died in the County of Yancey Now Mitchell" Co.

The of Thomas Vance, admitted to probate in the fall term 1 851 in the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions in Yancey Co unty reads as follows: "In the name of God, amen: I, thoma s Vance, sick and weak and low and is in his right mind, d o will all my property to my wife, all my lands, horses, ca ttle and sheep and hogs after pay all just debts, also abou t twelve hundred dollars in money. This 9th day of August , 1851" The witnesses were R.N. Penland and Carson Vance.

According to a copy of a letter that Issac Avery (Thomas Va nce's 3 rd son and 4th child) wrote to Robert Biggs: "My fa ther was of a roving disposition. He took us to the India n Territory in a covered wagon in 1896 before it became th e state of
Oklahoma." 
Vance, Thomas (I24091)
 
7394 Thomas Mason MCKENZIE (Augustus Joseph-4, James McClelland-3, Ambrose G.-2, John M.-1) was born on 6 Apr 1916 in Barrelville, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 30 Sep 1962 in Denver, Denver Co., Colorado. Thomas Mason McKenzie, 46, a native of the Wellersburg area, died September 30, in Colorado General Hospital, Denver. He had been in ill health the past two years. Born April 6, 1916, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McKenzie, RD l, Hyndman. A veteran of World War II, he had resided in this area until moving to Denver five years ago. Besides his parents he is survived by his widow, Verna McKenzie; three sons, Thomas, Vincent and Andrew McKenzie; three daughters, Claudia, Pamela and Susan, all of Denver; six brothers, James and Harry McKenzie, RD 1, Hyndman; John McKenzie, Cumberland; Paul McKenzie, Germantown; Augustus McKenzie, Glencoe; and Frederick McKenzie, RD l, Mt. Savage; and four sisters, Mrs. Susan Habersack, Cresaptown; Mrs. Joan Haines, Vocke Drive, LaVale; Mrs. Faith Kennell, RD l Hyndman; and Mrs. Shirley Diehl, Mt. Savage. Requiem Mass was celebrated last Thursday at St. Pious Church, Aurora, Colo., and interment was in Ft. Logan Military Cemetery. Graveside rites were accorded by an honor guard from Lowery AFB. The Cumberland Evening Times, October 9, 1962 He was buried on 4 Oct 1962 in Ft. Logan Military Cemetery, Aurora, Colorado. McKenzie, Thomas Mason (Nook) (I01606)
 
7395 Thomas Pleasant Stovall, married Volumnia Cooper, eldest daughter of Mark A. Cooper and from 1878 to 1885 they lived in London, Eng., where he was foreign agent for American grain; was captain of the Richmond Hussars, Co. A, later given rank of colonel; his second wife was Geni Orchard of S.C., a writer and painter; he tried to introduce foreign immigration to the farms in Ceorgia and was appointed commissioner for the State; died at Etowah Heights in 1895. Cooper, Volumnia (I24336)
 
7396 Thomas Raymond (twin) Lancaster (Susan Dorothy MCKENZIE-3, Ambrose G.-2, John M.-1) was born on 8 Jun 1894 in Wellersburg, Southampton Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 21 May 1993 Lancaster, Thomas Raymond (I03170)
 
7397 Thomas Raymond (twin) Lancaster and Gertrude B. O'TOOLE were married. Gertrude B. O'TOOLE was born on 15 Nov 1891 in Midland, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 11 Jul 1968 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. MT. Savage — Mrs. Gertrude B. Lancaster, 76, of here, died Thursday in Sacred Heart Hospital where she had been a patient three weeks. Born in Midland, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Catherine (Rooney) O'Toole. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. She was a school teacher for many years in Allegany County, retiring in 1940. Surviving are her husband, Raymond T. Lancaster, and a number of nieces and nephews. The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where friends will be received tomorrow and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. The Cumberland News, July 13, 1968. O'Toole, Gertrude B. (I03221)
 
7398 Thomas Scott MCKENZIE was born on 16 May 1866 in Pennsylvania. He was christened on 10 Apr 1875 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. St Michael's Catholic Church Frostburg MD MSA M 3743 1852-1910. McKenzie, Thomas Scott (I02409)
 
7399 Thomas Woolsey B: 10 April 1655/56 Thomas D: 1740-42 Bedford, Westchester, New York Thomas & Ruth Bayles M: 1684 Jamaica, Queens, New York. Sources: New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol. 5 & 6; See Chronology of Thomas Woolsey & Ruth Bayles) 1659 JAMAICA, QUEENS, Long ISLAND,NEW YORK

bTHOMAS Woolsey/bi, (George "JORIS"sup/i3/supi, George SRsup/i2/supi, WILLIAMsup/i1/supi Wolsey)/i was born April 10, 1655 in NY - Hempstead, Long Island, Nieuw Nederlandt, christened on 11 Apr 1655 in "Ye Englandlish Church by Mr. Denton" (Newtown (Middleburgh), Long Island), and died 1742 in NY - Bedford, Westchester. He was buried in the Old Bedford Cemetery, Bedford, Westchester, NY and then removed to the Union Cemetery in Bedford, Westchester, NY. 
Woolsey, Thomas (I21046)
 
7400 Thomas “Tom” Franklin Roberts, Jr., passed away peacefully at home with his wife Barbara at his side on Thursday, July 16th, 2015. This was the end to a five year struggle to recover from a traumatic brain injury he received in 2010, following a fall at home.

Tom lived a life filled with so many blessings. One of his greatest blessings was that he never knew he was sick during these past five years. He thought he was still playing golf and enjoying retirement! Growing up in Key West, Florida with his five brothers and one sister, he always enjoyed referring to himself as a “true conch”. One of his greatest joys in life was returning to Key West with his high school friends for one of their many reunions. He stayed in touch with his childhood friends Leo and Mitchell and loved them like they were his brothers. He left Key West for the University of Florida, then continued on to join the Air Force and became and air traffic controller in Detroit. He was a controller at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida, then spent his civilian career as a controller in Miami. He moved his family from Miami to Cashiers and worked at several tennis clubs prior to moving to Franklin. In retirement Tom enjoyed tennis, golf and traveling with Barbara. Tom looked forward to his golfing days with the guys at Mill Creek Country Club. He spent many happy days on the course. He was a charter member of Resurrection Lutheran Church in Franklin and attended faithfully until his injury; serving as an elder and on the Church Council, and singing in the choir. Tom always put his church and his Christian values high on his list of priorities.

Tom is survived by his wife Barbara who has constantly been at his side caring for him at home during his long illness. He is also survived by his former wife, Mary; three children, Lynn Jeff and Marcia; two step-daughters, Jennifer and Kim and their spouses; nine grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; his brother, Ralph; many nieces and nephews and his beloved dog, Rachel.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas Franklin Roberts, Sr. and Emma Roberts of Key West; his daughter, Cheryl; brothers, Robert, Kermit, Charles and Bert and sister, Doris.

A celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, July 19th at 4 p.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 38 Wayah Street, in Franklin, NC, with visitation at the church one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Robbinsville, NC, at the Bear Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, which is Barbara’s childhood church, on Monday, July 20th, at 11 a.m.

Source Citation: Macon Funeral Home 
Roberts, Thomas Franklin Jr. (I41519)
 

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