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7401 Thompson-Loftin-Johnson-Wallace-Casey-Wiggins-Fountain-Cooper Family Tree. Source (S011877)
7402 Thornton Eugene LEASE (son of Edward J. LEASE and Arzella LEASE) was born about 1909 in Cresaptown, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 15 Dec 1974 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

Thornton E. Lease, 65, of Harold Drive, Cresaptown, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital where he had been admitted December 5. Born in Cresaptown, he was a son of Edward J. and Arzella (Lease) Lease. He was a retired employe of Mason's Dairy, a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church, and a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his widow, Helen (McKenzie) Lease; a son, Russell E. Lease, Rawlings; three sisters, Mrs. Martha Rappold, Baltimore; Mrs. Matilda W. Jackson, Alexandria, Va.; and Mrs. Evelyn L. Poland, Arnold, Md.; five brothers, Marshall R. Lease, Summersville, W. Va.; Harry W., Jesse L., Samuel L., and Manuel R. Lease, all of Cresaptown. The body is at the George Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Interment will be in Lease Cemetery, Cresaptown. A Christian Wake service will be held tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. The Cumberland Evening Times, December 16, 1974. 
Lease, Thornton Eugene (I14903)
7403 Thornton’s wife, Judith Ann Slider, is the daughter of Ernest Slider and Mary Margaret McKenzie (1911-1993)

Thornton Ellsworth Robinette, 80, of Oldtown, passed away Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, at his home. Born Oct. 17, 1936, in Cumberland, Mr. Robinette was the son of the late Ralph Robinette and Clara (Stierstorfer) Robinette. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Robert Robinette; and two sisters, Agnes Wigfield and Gladys Devito. Thornton retired from Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company with 30 years of service. He also worked at New Dominion School as an administrator. He served as a volunteer firefighter with District 16 Volunteer Fire Department. He also served as a coach in the Dapper Dan Little League and loved the Baltimore Orioles. Thornton loved to fish, hunt, and garden. He was a tree farmer conservationist. Thornton is survived by his wife of 60 years, Judith Ann (Slider) Robinette; and his children, Rick E. Robinette and wife, Beth; Lance R. Robinette and wife, Teresa; Timothy J. Robinette and wife, Tawny; and Jeffrey G. Robinette and wife, LuAnn. He also leaves behind his sisters, Elsie Morgan and Betty McLaughlin; and his brother, Edward T. Robinette. Thornton is also survived by his grandchildren, Amanda Robinette, Joshua Robinette, Andrea Robinette, Matthew Robinette, Adam Robinette, and Zachary Robinette; and his great grandchild, Asher Kincaid. The family will hold a private celebration of Thornton's life at the family farm. The family would like to extend a special thank to the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center and Hospice Care for the care and compassion given to Thornton and his family. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Flintstone Volunteer Fire Department, P. O. Box 105, Flintstone, Md. 21530. The Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur St., Cumberland, is in charge of the arrangements. Published on August 19, 2017, Cumberland Times-News 
Robinette, Thornton (I38755)
7404 Throughout the colonial period North Carolina was the destination of immigrants from many locations. This database is a collection of will abstracts in the state between 1660 and 1790. Each entry contains the person filing the will, county of filing, date  Source (S009639)
7405 THURMONT — Robert Charles Dishong, 87, of Thurmont, formerly of Cumberland, died Monday, Jan. 9, 2012 at the Northhampton Manor Nursing Center. He was the husband of Mathilda Fern Kent Dishong, his wife of 52 years, whom he married on Nov. 8, 1958. Born April 3, 1924 in Boynton, Pa., he was a son of the late Herman and Laura Walker Dishong. Robert served during World War II and worked at the Celanese Company, before joining the Maryland State Police in Cumberland. He was a member of many clubs and was a life member of the Frederick Elks. Surviving besides his wife at home, is a sister, Shirley Gracie of Frostburg, a brother-in-law, Allen Hanson of West Virginia; two nephews, Burgess Hanson of Florida and Kevin Hanson of West Virginia; a niece, Cheryl Engles of Delaware. He was preceded in death by a sister Joanne Hanson. Mr. Dishong is at the Robert E. Dailey & Son Funeral Homes, P.A., 615 East Main Street, Thurmont. There will be no visiting or calling at the funeral home. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 13, 2012 at the Harriet Chapel, 12625 Catoctin Furnace Road, Thurmont, with the Rev. Sally Joyner-Giffin officiating. Inurnment will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in Mr. Dishong's name to the Harriet Chapel, 12625 Catoctin Furnace Road, Thurmont, MD 21788. Cumberland Times-News, January 12, 2012. Dishong, Robert Charles (I08793)
7406 Thursday, September 25, 2008, Somerset Daily American ~ Anna Hochard, 75 , Northport, Ala., died Sept. 22, 2008, at Northport Medical Center-DCH. Preceded in death by parents, Ralph Sr. and Margaret Baer; and sister, Carol McKenzie. Survived by daughter, Wendy M. (James) Bauer, Gordo, Ala.; son, David L. (Donna) Hochard, Berlin; sister, Linda (Ralph) Arnold, Salisbury; brothers, Ralph (Wilda) Baer Jr., Carl (Deloris) Baer, both of Frostburg, Md.; and Robert (Ann) Baer, Elkins, W.Va.; and grandson, Eric Jay Bauer. A service will be held 12 p.m. Thursday at Holy Cross Lutheran Church with interment following in Memory Hill Gardens. Arrangements under the direction of Memory Chapel Funeral Home.  Baer, Anna Mae (I15116)
7407 Thye following email summary concerning this line was prepared by Dick MacKenzie in February, 2015:

Greetings Sr. Beth Murphy! I was in FL trying to keep warm when you and Mike were emailing, so I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. It is always nice to hear from another distant cousin. I should have stayed in FL, however! Brrr!

I wanted to explain a few things about the family that you may not be aware of, and that aren’t necessarily evident from the website. The first is that only a small number of lines remained Catholic throughout time – yes, John and Katherine were Catholic, but that was a great surprise to all of us involved in the family research, as none of us were brought up Catholic – I’m a convert, but it has nothing to do with the family background – rather we were a bunch of Protestant families, that switched (probably due to marriages or whatever) many moons ago.

I descend from John’s son Daniel, via his youngest son Aaron, whereas your descent is through Daniel’s son, Eli. Eli’s branch is the one that was most evident in their Catholic belief. Not sure if you’re familiar with Conewago Chapel (now Basilica of the Sacred Heart, McSherrystown, PA), but that is where Eli’s son Daniel was supposedly married to Catherine Hartmann @1800 (I’ve never found proof of this marriage, but someone else supposedly did), and where most of their children plus Catherine were baptized (Catherine not until 4 Oct 1817.) It was a challenge identifying all of them because of the variety of the way the name was spelled -- anything from McKansy to McKenzie – but that is how we know birth dates for the ones that there are records of. I’ll outline them best I can:

Elias MacKenzie – b. @ 1803, no record of baptism or birth, but the connection with the family was evident from two items. His son, John William McKenzie, was baptized at St. John’s Catholic Church, Frederick Md. 8 Nov 1842, godmother Ann Elizabeth McKenzie. In 1850 Census, “Mary” O’Fallon and husband Michael (they were married 9 Apr 1844 Frederick Co. as Ann McKenzie and Michael O’Fallon), were living in Cincinnati along with Elizabeth McKinsey 38, Margaret McKinsey 30, and Susanna McKinsey 15. Susanna was the daughter of Elias and was living with her 3 aunts.

Joseph McKenzie – b. & bapt. 1805 at Conewago, relocated to Cincinnati by 1829.

Susanna McKenzie – Joseph’s twin, b. & bapt. 1805 at Conewago, died before 1810.

Leo Daniel “McKensey” -- b. 1 Nov 1807, baptized 7 Nov 1807 at Conewago. Although nothing is known about his life, he did appear as a witness at the marriage of Hillonet M’Kenzy (actually Elias) and Elizabeth Gauger (actually Gouker) at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Taneytown 3 Mar 1825, as Leo M’Kenzy, son of Daniel and Catherine McKensey.

“Johannes” Michael “McKen..” -- b. or bapt.? 23 Jul 1809 at Conewago.

Anna Elizab. “McKensie” – b. 18 Sep 1811, baptized 29 Sep 1811 at Conewago (typed Conewago records incorrectly show her birth year as 1814, not correct.)

Lewis “McKensie” – b. 25 Feb 1814, baptized at Conewago 3 Mar 1814, died before 1820

James “McKiney” – b. 5 Jul 1815, baptized 9 Jul 1815 at Conewago, relocated to Cincinnati before 1850.

Margaret McKenzie – b. @ 1819, no record of birth or baptism, in Cincinnati by 1850.

George McKenzie – b. 14 Oct 1820, baptized at Conewago 23 Oct 1820, died 11 Oct 1823, per records of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Taneytow

Ann Mary Barbara McKenzie -- b. 14 Sep 1824, baptized 17 Sep 1824 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Taneytown. (St. Joseph’s records do not contain a last name for this entry, just Ann Mary Barbara, parents Daniel and Catherina.)

So there you have that part of the puzzle.

In the early days of Conewago Chapel and St. Joseph’s Church there was a Russian Jesuit Priest named Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin (AKA: Father Smith) involved with both, and about 1800 he relocated to Cambria Co., PA to a place called McGuire’s Settlement, whose name he changed to Loretto. He took with him some 40-50 families from the area around Taneytown and Conewago, and one of those was Eli’s eldest son John McKenzie and wife Catherine (Warner) and several of their young children in about 1803. (Eli had actually purchased land in then Bedford Co., from which Cambria was formed, in 1802.) This “McKinzie” family was heavily involved with St. Michael’s Church in Loretto for years.

Another of Eli’s sons, Henry (married Sarah Johnson in Frederick Co. 8 Oct 1800), had son Thomas “McKansy” b. 13 Aug 1801 baptized at Conewago 4 Oct 1801. Henry relocated to Cincinnati (where else?) in 1809, but then moved on to Dearborn Co., IN after 1814, where his family remained for years.

Believed to be Eli’s daughter, “Mariana McKinsey” married Joseph Arnold at Conewago 12 Jan 1796, witnesses John and Catherine McKinsey. The Arnold family has not been tracked thusfar.

Another person married at Conewago was “Henericus McKensie” to Helena Mahaffe 6 Sep 1821, witnesses Rachel Chambers and Daniel McKensie. Not sure how this Henry fits into the puzzle.

I thought you might find some of this history interesting. If you let me know when you think you’ll be in DC and what you would like to see about the MacKenzie property, I’d be glad to try to meet you and show you around. I’m sure another cousin, Don Kagle, would join us if he’s available. He ‘s located in Harford Co., MD, whereas I’m in suburban Philadelphia. The original MacKenzie property, near Ellicott City in Howard Co., MD, which remained in my line’s possession until the 1930’s, is the only one where we have remaining evidence of the family in the presence of a home and 3 headstones. Eli’s family was located in now Carroll Co., between Westminster and Taneytown, which is where his father, Daniel patented “Molly’s Fancy” although that’s a story for another day.

If there is anything I can help you with, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Dick MacKenzie  
McKenzie, Daniel (I14999)
7408 Tim Sanford, family member. Source (S011907)
7409 Timothy EVERLINE was born on 8 Apr 1963. He died of Lou Gehrig's Disease on 21 May 2006 in Keyser, Mineral Co., West Virginia. Tim was retired from Mead-Westvaco and did taxidermy for 10 years. He graduated from Bruce High School and Mineral County Vo-Tech. He was an active member of Christ Memorial Baptist Church. Tim was a member of the National Corvette Restoration Society. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed woodworking. He will be remembered for his love and devotion of his family and friends, his love and service to the Lord, and his bravery during his illness. Everline, Timothy (I33247)
7410 Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia. Mull, Ransom Lafayett (I04010)
7411 Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia. Hyatt, Sarah (I04086)
7412 Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia. Mull, Ellen (I04087)
7413 Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia. Mull, Bart (I04089)
7414 Todd CHRISTOPHER. Todd's grandmother - CUMBERLAND - Virginia Lee "Nootie" Christopher, 91, of Cumberland, passed away, Wednesday, June 20, 2007, at WMHS-Memorial Campus. Born May 25, 1916 in Cumberland, she was the daughter of the late Edith (Taylor) Shillingburg and Grover Cleveland "Shill" Shillingburg. She was also preceded in death by her husband Joseph C. Christopher; and one sister, Mary Jane Davidson. Mrs. Christopher was co-owner, of Christopher Photo Lab, Inc., which she co-founded in 1946. The company presently operates as Christopher Imaging, Inc. Nootie's laundry room turned into the Lab Chemical Mix Room in the basement of the original business location on Glenmore Street. She would operate a piece of equipment while bouncing her baby daughter on her knee. She and Joe worked everyday together building the new business and getting it established. When not working in production she would also be the bookkeeper, while keeping house upstairs, cooking and raising her family. There was no vacation for the first 25 or so years for Nootie and Joe, until the last of their 30 years owning Christopher Photo Lab, did they finally do some traveling. A well deserved retirement came in 1976 when son, Dave purchased the business. The hard working couple were then able to catch up on those vacations and yard work. Joe and Nootie were particular proud that their business, that began in 1946, is now being operated by the third generation of their family by Scott and Todd Christopher. Nootie lost her co-worker and love of her life, her husband, Joe on October 2, 2005. Since then, she spent time with family visits, reading, and remaining in her home with her memories and familiar surroundings. She will be very much missed by family and friends, as she was loved so by the family, as she continued her entertaining and witty ways and conversations with anyone she met. She is now with Joe and her God, who she spoke with each day in her "prayer room" where she could see her beloved mountains, sky and clouds from the window. Our mom was "ONE BEAUTIFUL LADY." Surviving are one daughter, Anne Gregg Christopher Mazzone, Rawlings; one son, David L. "Dave" Christopher and wife Rena, Cumberland; seven grandchildren, Lynn Martin and husband Todd and their children Christopher, Tyler and Zachary, Clarksville, Scott Christopher and wife Judy and their children, Sheena, Dane and Brendan, Oldtown, Todd Christopher and wife Julie and their children, McKenzie and Paige, Lakewood, W.Va., Jay Christopher, Arlington, Va., Tony Mazzone and wife Jessica and their children Madalyn and Johnny, Ridgeley, W.Va., Chris Mazzone and fiancé Amanda Winfield, Cumberland, and Nick Mazzone, Cumberland; one sister, Nadine Skidmore and family, Bridgeport, W.Va.; a cousin, John T. Taylor, Westminster. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., 108 Virginia Ave., Cumberland, ( ) on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Saturday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. John J. Duffus officiating. Friends will be received at the church one hour prior to the funeral from 12 to 1 p.m. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Tony Mazzone, Christopher Mazzone, Nick Mazzone, Scott Christopher, Todd Christopher, and Jay Christopher. Interment will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Allegany County Public School Foundation for Greenway Avenue Stadium, c/o Mia Perlozzo, P.O. Box 1724, Cumberland, MD 21502. Christopher, Todd (I08595)
7415 Tom Speelman lists the wedding date as December 24, 1876.

From recollections of Ray Leidinger, Jr. 25 May, 1998, "let me tell you a little about my great-grandmother, Sarah Ann (McKenzie) McKenzie. She married her cousin, James Sebastian McKenzie and was in the Catholic line of the McKenzies. James Sebastian converted to Catholicism several days before their marriage in the Catholic Church. That church building is still in use. Sarah was a mid-wife, and she delivered many of the McKenzie babies. Catherine McKenzie Kelly, a cousin, now deceased, told me that "Aunt Sally" delivered her and all her brothers ansd sisters. Sarah had a small book which she kept in which she listed all of the deliveries she made, and usually the amount that was owed her for her services, which she usually did not receive. When she died, the state took her book because it was, in many cases, the only record that the state had of the births. She lived with my grandparents until her death on December 18, 1933.

Also per Ray Leidinger: George, Susannah, Sarah Ann and her husband, James Sebastian are buried on the same plot in St. Patrick Cemetery, Cumberland, Maryland.

Sarah Ann was christianed on 18 May 1857 at St. Patrick Church, Cumberland, Maryland by Rev. M. O"Reilly.

Mrs. Sarah A. McKenzie, aged 77 years, widow of James McKenzie, died this morning at 6:25 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bernadette Hoenicka, wife of Reid C. Hoenicka, Chief of the Cumberland Fire Department, 46 Bedford street, with whom she resided for years. Mrs. McKenzie had been seriously ill for the past month. She was a lifelong resident and was known by many as kindly, charitable and helpful. For the past 50 years she has been engaged as a practical nurse, and her name appears on the birth certificates of scores of well known persons here. Many will remember her for untiring aid and ever willing helpfulness during time of illness or trouble. She is survived by the following daughters: Mrs. Grover Zink, Mrs. John Nimick, Mrs. Susan Wickard, and Mrs. Hoenicka. Funeral arrangements are being made by Stein's. Cumberland Evening Times, September 13, 1933

Sarah Ann, baptized at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Cumberland, on May 8, 1857, aged 7 mos, and 7 days.

dob October 2, 1856 – dod December 18, 1933

Sarah Ann, 17, Allegany Co., maid, to James S., 27, Allegany Co. bachelor, farmer – December 24, 1873 (License issued); marriage December 30, 1873, St. Patrick’s

James Sebastian

dob July 26, 1846 dod April 25, 1902
baptized December 19, 1873, St. Patrick’s, Cumberland 
McKenzie, Sarah Ann (I00093)
7416 Tompkins~Maxwell. Source (S011912)
7417 Town records in this database provide birth, marriage, and death details going back to the Massachusetts' earliest days as a colony. Source (S008148)
7418 Town Records of Jamaica, L. I., Vol. 1 pp 35,36, 39; New York 5:13; 6:28; NY Dutch Baptisms, 1:27; Thompson's History of Long Island, 2:437. Source (S011916)
7419 Tracey Lynann BREHM was born on 15 Nov 1968 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 23 Jan 1971 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. Tracey Lynann Brehm, 2, daughter of Eugene M. and Judith (Hoenicka) Brehm, 713 Hilltop Drive, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. She was born in Cumberland November 15, 1968 and is survived, besides her parents, by a brother, Charles Eugene Brehm, at home; a sister, Dawn Marie Brehm, at home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brehm, this city, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hoenicka, city. The body will be at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. The Cumberland Sunday Times, January 24, 1971 Brehm, Tracey Lynanne (I14602)
7420 Tracking Your Roots: Franklin Family Tree. Source (S011933)
7421 TRACY CITY, Tenn. — George Leon Blauch, 80, of Tracy City, passed away on Tuesday, March 12, 2013. He was born Aug. 31, 1932, in Short Gap, W.Va., to Bruce Fay and Ethel McKenzie Blauch, who preceded him in death along with his sisters, Evelyn Hiett and Margaret Ward and his brothers, Haven, John, Homer, Thomas and Bruce Jr. He is survived by his wife, Doris Blauch, of Tracy City, Tenn.; his son, James Blauch and wife Kathie, of Hudson, Mass; his grandchildren, Luke and Nick, of Harvard, Mass.; his step-son, Hector Ayende and wife Mary Ann, of McMinnville, Tenn.; his step-grandchildren, Sierra and Jacob, of McMinnville and his sisters, Loretta Thomas and Darlene Gulino, both of Short Gap, W.Va. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 30, 2013, in the Layne Funeral Home Chapel, Palmer, Tenn. with Jose Bonet officiating. Honoring his wishes, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made in George Blauch's memory to the Frankfort District Historical Society, c/o Eva Kidwell, Treasurer, Route 2, Box 107E, Keyser, WV 26726. Online condolences at Cumberland Times-News, March 22, 2013 Blauch, George Leon (I12542)
7422 Transcribed by Betty Smith Joshua McKenzie, aged seventy years, of Greenville Township, died at noon Monday in the Miners’ Hospital, Frostburg, MD. He had been active until about ten days ago when he was stricken with a heart attack and other ailments. He was a son of the late Francis and Leah McKenzie. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Armada (Arklie) McKenzie and the following children: Mrs. Elsie Landis of Boswell; Mrs. Eva Werner of Cumberland, MD; Mrs. Ruth Hostetler of Meyersdale; Mrs. Hugh McKenzie of Mt. Savage, MD; Mrs. Beda McKenzie, Raymond, Harold, and Velma McKenzie, all at home. Nineteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by one son, Leo. Funeral services were conducted this (Thursday) morning at 10 o’clock in St. Mary’s Church, Pocahontas. Interment was made in the church cemetery, in charge of Jne F. Reich, local mortician.

He died on 11 Nov 1940 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Joshua McKenzie, 70, a native of Greenville township, died Monday in a hospital in Frostburg, Md. Surviving are his wife, seven children, and ten grandchildren. The Daily Courier, Connellsville, November 14, 1940.
Meyersdale, Pa., Nov. 12 — Joshua McKenzie, 72, died yesterday following an operation at Miners' Hospital, Frostburg. He was a son of the late Francis and Aleya McKenzie. Surviving are his widow, Amanda Arklie McKenzie, and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Elmer Landis, Boswell; Mrs. Irvin Hostetler, Meyersdale; Mrs. Eva Werner, Cumberland; Hugh McKenzie, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Beda McKenzie, Meyersdale; Mrs. Robert McKenzie, Cumberland; Raymond, Harold and Velma, at home; five brothers, Louis, William, Joseph, Thomas and Francis, and one sister, Mrs. Charles Bolden, Meyersdale. Nineteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 12, 1940

Samuel Joshua is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Pocahontas, Pennsylvania.
McKenzie, Samuel Joshua (I05148)
7423 Tree Tracer. Source (S011940)
7424 Tri-towns – James Edward McKenzie, 74, a native of the Rawlings section died Thursday in Heiskell Memorial Hospital, Morgantown. McKenzie, a son of the late Aaron and (Margaret (Matin)(?) McKenzie, resided at Potomac Manor before moving to Morgantown 20 years ago where he had been employed as a coal miner. His wife, Maggie (Porter) McKenzie, formerly of Lonaconing, died three years ago. He is survived by a son, Porter, McKenzie; four daughters, Miss Verna McKenzie, at home; and Verna Helen and Annie, all of whom are married and reside in Morgantown, and two brothers, John B. McKenzie, Westernport, and Walter McKenzie, Beryl, W.Va. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Riverside Apostolic Church with Rev. W.T. Poling officiating. Interment will be in the Beverly Hills Memorial park. Cumberland Evening Times, Saturday, February 28, 1948. P.10.

West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973
about James Edward McKenzie

James Edward McKenzie

Birth Date:
abt 1874

Death Date:
26 Feb 1948

Death Place:
Monongalia County, West Virginia

Death Age:



Father Name:
Aaron McKenzie

Mother Name:

FHL Film Number:
McKenzie, James Edward (I01347)
7425 Trigg Memory Acres
Trigg County
Kentucky, USA 
McKenzie, Robert J. (I39007)
7426 Trinity College, Cambridge University.
Text: So seised, the said Thomas Hinton, by indenture dated 24 May [1619] , 17 James 1st, made between himself by the name of Thomas Hinton, esq., and Anthony Hinton, then gent., now knt., son and heir-apparent of the said Thomas, of the one part, and Thomas Gresham, knt., and John Gresham, knt., son of the said Thomas, of the other part, in consideration of a marriage then to be solemnized between the said Anthony Hinton and Mary Gresham, daughter of the said Thomas Gresham, and also in consideration of the sum of £2000 given by the said Thomas Gresham as a marriage portion with the said Mary, agreed that he, before the feast of St. John the Baptist next following, by fine or fines would assure all the said premises to the said Thomas and John Gresham and their heirs. Afterwards, to wit, in 3 weeks from Trinity Day, 17 James 1st [1619] , a fine was levied at Westminster between the said Thomas Gresham and John Gresham, plaintiffs, and the said Thomas Hinton, deforciant of the said premises, by the name of 5 messuages, 5 cottages, one dovecote, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 300 acres of land, 70 acres of meadow, 150 acres of pasture, 20 acres of furze and heath and free warren in Chilton Follyett, Earlescott, alias Eardescott and Wanborough, and the fishing in the water of Chilton Follyett, 5 messuages, 5 cottages, one dovecote, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 300 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 150 acres of pasture, and 20 acres of furze and heath in Leverton and Chilton Follyett, all and all manner of tithes yearly growing in Leverton, and free fishing in the water of Leverton, co. Berks; whereby the said Thomas Hinton acknowledged the said premises to be the right of the said Thomas Gresham as those which he and the said John Gresham had of his gift, and the same remised to the said Thomas and John, and to the heirs of the said Thomas for ever, which said fine was levied to the following uses:--As to Chilton Follyett park, the houses, lands, woods, grounds, etc., within the circuit of the said park, the said pastures called Great Colcottes and Little Colcottes, the after crop or feedings of the meadows called Leverton meadows, and the said fishing thereto adjoining, to the use of the said Thomas and John Gresham for 99 years, if the said Anthony and Mary so long should live; at the end of this term, then to the use of the said Thomas Hinton for his life; after his decease, to the use of the said Anthony Hinton and his heirs male by the said Mary, and for default, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton and his heirs for ever. As to the said arable lands, parcel of the said farms of Heywood and Leverton, in the tenure of the said Thomas Hinton, the field called Little Beare field, the close called West Horse close, and the 2 closes called Brians Hill and the East Horse close, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton during the life of Martha Hinton, widow, mother of the said Thomas; after her death, to the use of the said Thomas and John Gresham for 99 years, if the said Anthony and Mary so long should live; at the end of this term, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton for his life; after his decease, to the use of the said Anthony and his heirs male by the said Mary; and for default, to the use of the right heirs of the said Thomas Hinton for ever. As to the manor of Earlescott and other the premises in Wanborough, immediately after the death of the said Martha Hinton, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton for his life, and after his decease, to the use of the said Anthony Hinton and his heirs male by the said Mary, and for default, to the use of the right heirs of the said Thomas Hinton for ever.
Book: "Thomas Hinton, knight.
Collection: Wiltshire: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned Into The Court of Chancery in The Reign of Charles 1st. 
Hinton, Thomas (I24858)
7427 Tuesday, April 16 - Mr. Isidor McKenzie died at his home near Avilton Saturday morning at 6 o’clock. The funeral took place this morning at 9 o’clock. Services were held in the St. Ann's Church at 9 o ’clock and interment was made in the St. Ann’s cemetery. Published in The Cumberland Alleganian, April 18, 1907

Buried in St. Ann's Cemetery, Avilton, Maryland. 
McKenzie, Isadore J. (I03059)
7428 Tuesday, January 16, 2007, Somerset, Daily American - George E. Hoffman, 70, Berlin, died Jan. 14, 2007, at home. Born April 21, 1936, in Brothersvalley Township, a son of Harrison H. and Edna (Saylor) Hoffman. Preceded in death by parents; brothers, Emerson, Jay, Robert, Donald and Harold; and sister, Bernice Holt. Survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Patricia McKenzie; children, Rick L. Hoffman and girlfriend, Sandy O'Toole, Berlin; Cathi, married to William Berkey, Harrisburg; Nancy Engbert, Berlin; Susan, married to Jesse Speicher, Berlin; Christine, married to Dennis Pritts, Somerset; Connie, married to Paul Douglas Simmons, Johnstown; and Julie, married to Gary Collins, Garrett; 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also survived by a sister, Phyllis Leister, Fairhope; two brothers, Wayne Hoffman and wife, Ellie, Mercerville, N.J.; and Carl Hoffman and wife Carol, Lakeland, Fla.; sisters-in -law, Lois, Joan, and Rae Hoffman; a brother-in-law, Nathan Holt; and a very good friend, Peggy Hoffman. A 1955 graduate of Berlin Brothersvalley High School. Retired custodian for the Berlin Brothersvalley schools. Member of Saint Gregory's Catholic Church, and a member of the Hillcrest Grange. He was a real sports enthusiast and enjoyed horses. Family will receive friends Wednesday at the Deaner Funeral Home, Berlin, where a vigil for the deceased will be held. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Saint Gregory's Catholic Church, Macdonaldton, the Rev. James Dugan officiating. Interment church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to his grandson, Heath Berkey's Leukemia Fund or to “In Touch” Hospice.  Hoffman, George Edward (I03929)
7429 Turberville Family Tree. Source (S011947)
7430 Turberville Marriages, Monroe Co., Alabama. Source (S011952)
7431 Turner owned 15 slaves.
occupation: farmer.
Turner owned 20 slaves.
occupation: farmer.
Turner owned 13 slaves.
occupation: farmer.
Turner owned 24 slaves. 
Hunt, Turner (I24557)
7432 Tuttle, Source (S011976)
7433 twin to Felix. Smith, Frances F. (I19773)
7434 twin to Frances.

18 Mar 1861, Age 26, Macon, GA, enlisted in 36th Georgia Infantry (Villepique's) Co. C.
17 Mar 1862, Age 27, Choctaw Point, discharged for expiration of enlistment.
May 1862, Military enlisted 1st Confederate Infantry Regiment, Co. E. 
Smith, Felix G. (I19772)
7435 U.S. Army Personnel and Dependent Casualties, 1961-1981. Source (S012098)
7436 U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
about Lenore Fettig
Name: Lenore Fettig
Gender: Female
Residence Year: 1946
Street Address: 2068 Ravenwood Ave.
Residence Place: Dayton, Ohio
Spouse: Leo B Fettig
Publication Title: Dayton, Ohio, City Directory, 1946

Fettig, Leo B. (I36610)
7437 U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865. Source (S012207)
7438 U.S. Public Records Index. Source (S012527)
7439 ubJORIS WOLSY/u/b
bWOLSY, Joris/b, came to New Amsterdam in 1643; md 9 Dec 1647, in New Amsterdam [Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church], Rebecca Cornell. Issue: Sara, bp. 7 Aug 1650; Joris, bp 18 Oct 1652; Rebecca, bp 4 Apr 1659; Johannes, bp 16 Jan 1661; Maritje, bp 19 Mar 1664 - all at New Amsterdam [New Amsterdam Dutch Reformed Church]; and William and Marritje, bp 30 Jun 1678, at Brooklyn [Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church]; by which it may be inferred he resided there at that date. There was, as per p. 128 of Vol. IV. of the Genealogical Record, a George Woolsey, an English boy, b in 1610, who had resided with his parents in Rotterdam, came over in a Dutch vessel with emigrants in 1623 and went to Plymouth, MA, and in 1647 made his appearance in New Amsterdam. In 1648 he was a fire-warden in said city. In 1661 there was a George Woolsey among the freeholders of Jamaica, and in the beginning of the 18supth/sup century there were Woolsey, probably descendants of Joris or George, residing in Flatlands. Signed his name "Joris Wolsy."


From the Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam (New York), we find these early iRecords:/i

[14(580)] 9Dec 1647 marr. Jarge Woltzen, j.m. Van Jarmuijden, en Rebecca Cornel, j.d. uijt oudt Engelandt.
(married George Wolsey, young man from Yarmouth and Rebecca Cornel, young woman from old England)

[2:24] 26 Apr 1648, bapt. Rebecca d/o Hendrick Bresart bWitnesses:/b Joris Wolsie, Jan Daly, Jonas Nuyting, Rebecca Wolsie.

[2:27] 7 Aug 1650, bapt Sara d/o Joris Wolsy
bWitnesses:/b Breyne Nuyting, Sarah Van Brugge, Susan Bresea.

[2:32] 13 Oct 1652, bapt Joriss/o Joris Wolsy, Rebecca
bWitnesses:/b Carel Verbugge, & spouse, Hendrick an Elsje, his spouse.

[2:34] 20 Apr 1653, Rendel Huwits
bWitnesses:/b Britze Bax, Thomas Hall, Joris Wolsy, Elsje Nuton.

[2:52] 4 Apr 1659, bapt. Rebecca d/o Tjaerts Wolsy
bWitnesses:/b Carel Verbugge, Rebecca Cornell

[2:59] 16 Jan 1661, bapt Johannes s/oJoris Wolsy
bWitnesses:/b Thomas Hall

[2:65] 2 Jul 1662, bapt Elisabeth d/o Richard Cornell
bWitnesses: /bGeorgie Wolsy, Sarah Bridges

[2:72] 19 Mar 1664, bapt Marretied/o Joris Wolsy, Rebecca
bWitnesses:/b Carl Van Brugge, Marretie Jacoba Van Awange?

Joris & Rebecca Woolsey had two children baptized in the Dutch Reformed church at Flatbush, Kings Co, NY:
[119] 30 June 1678 Wm & Maritje (of reasonable age)

Joris = Yourise = George Tjaert = Jertz = George Jarge = George

George Woolsey of Yarmouth or Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. Born 27 Oct 1610, he and his parents moved to Holland when he was a young lad, where his father worked for a Dutch Company. In Rotterdam, he quickly picked up the Dutch language, and was a big help in his father s business. He came to Salem in 1623, age 13.

b02 Nov 1691./bCity Register s Office, Queens, N.Y., N.Y. Dated 22supnd/sup day of September 1698. File location - At X-M, Sec. X-Block X- Liber A of Deeds. In the name of God Amen, I George Wolsey of Jamaica in Queens County upon Long Island being at present weak of body but through Gods mercy, of sound memory and perfect understanding and considering ye frailty of humane nature ye certainty of death ye uncertainly of ye time do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament as followeth, that is to say, first and principally I bequeath my soul to God who gave it cleaned from its sins and uniquely through ye meritts of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer ye Son Jesus Christ and my body to ye dust from which it was at first taken to be decently and Christian like intered at ye discretion of my Executor here after named and as for ye worldly estate God hath endowed me with all I do give and bequeath as followeth: That is to say

1supst/sup. item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved and eldest Son, George Wolsey all my lott of land being at ye Beaver Pond within ye town of Jamaica aforesaid. To have and to hold ye said lott of land with the appurtenances there on being to him ye said George Wolsey, his heirs and assigns to ye only proper use of him ye said George Wolsey, his heirs and assigns for ever.

2supnd/sup item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved Son, Thomas Wolsey all ye fifteen acre lott of land lying to ye westward of Anthony Walters home lott in Jamaica afor said to have and to hold ye said lott of land and all ye appurtenances there unto being to him ye said Thomas Wolsey, his heirs and assigns to ye only proper use, benefitt and behoof of him, ye said Thomas Wolsey, his heirs and assigns for ever.

3suprd/sup item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved Son, John Wolsey all ye my thirty acre lott of land lying to ye eastward by ye Little Plains runing within ye bounds of Jamaica aforsaid to have and to hold the said thirty acre lott of land with its appurtenances to use ye said John Wolsey, his heirs and assigns to ye only proper use and benefitt and behoof of him ye said John Wolsey, his heirs and assigns for ever. I do also give and bequeath unto my said son John Wolsey after my decease, two oxen and all my wearing apperall.

4supth/sup. item - I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter, Mary Wolsey, one feather bed and bolster, two pillows, a pair of sheets and two coverlids to be delivered her at her day of marriage or is when she attains ye age of eightteen years, also one cow to be delivered her at ye same time.

5supth/sup item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Rebecca, all ye remainder of my land & tenaments, goods and chattels to have and to hold to her ye said Rebecca for and during her natural life, after her decease as followetheth, that is to say all ye remainder of my house, land and meadow not already given I do after my wifes decease give and bequeath ye same unto my three Sons, George, Thomas & John Wolsey to be equall in portion without ye benefitt of joint tenancy or survivership and to usery of them, their heirs and assigns for ever and all my goods and chattels of what nature or kind so ever ye shall be and remaine after my wifes decease, I give and bequeath unto my three daughters, that is to say, Sarah Hallet, Rebecca Wiggins & Mary Wolsey to be equally divided between them.

6supth/sup item - I do appoint, make and ordain my well beloved wife, Rebecca to be sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament desireing all my children to behave themselves to their mother, lovingly each to other.

7supth/sup item - Lastly I do hereby revoke, make void and null all former and other Wills and Testaments by me made and do appoint this to be my last Will and Testament.
As wittness my hand and seal at Jamaica ye second day of November in ye year of our Lord, Jesus Christ 1691.

Signed Sealed and published in ye presence of:
Thomas Willett Daniell Whitehead Andrew Gibb, Sr.
Queens County SS - At a Court of Common Pleas held at Jamaica this 23suprd/sup of September in ye tenth year of ye reign of William ye Third, by ye grace of God of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King Defender of ye Faith and the last Will and Testament of ye within written, George Wolsey deceased was forward by ye oaths of Capt. Daniell Whitehead and Andrew Bibb, witnesses there unto subscribed and ye Executor herein mentioned whereby authorized to act and do what Executors by law are impowered to do the giving in bond to bring unto ye Court of Common Pleas for Queens County a true and perfect inventory of all and a list ye goods and chattels of ye said Testator.
Entered the 22supnd/sup day of Sept 1698 per - A. Gibb (Clerk) Queens County (Seal) 
Woolsey, George (I17829)
7440 Uleleh C. Krause – Uleleh Catherine Krause, 82, Grantsville, died Thursday, May 30, 1991, at Meyersdale (Pa.) Community Hospital. Born February 10, 1909, in Grantsville, she was the daughter of the late Jacob and Lucy (McKenzie) McKenzie. A homemaker, Mrs. Krause was a member of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Grantsville. She is survived by her husband, Paul Lewis Krause; one daughter, Margaret C. Walls, Grantsville; one brother, James Frankhouser, Keyser, W.Va.; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter. Friends were received in the Newman Funeral Home, Grantsville, where a service was conducted Monday at 11 a.m. with the Rev Evert Millard officiating. Interment was in the Grantsville Cemetery. McKenzie, Uleleh Catherine (I02959)
7441 Ulysses E. McKenzie, 81, formerly of Cresaptown, died yesterday in Morgantown, W. Va., where he had resided the past eight months. He was a retired blacksmith. Mr. McKenzie was born February 25, 1869, in Cresaptown. His parents were the late Newton W. and Sarah K. (Starkey) McKenzie. Survivors include his widow, the former Miss Ora J. Hines; flve children, Walter M. and James E. McKenzie, Mrs. Eva M. Toothman, Mrs. Gladys Chesshire and Mrs. Ethel Beeghly, all of this city; two half-brothers, Burt Dermer, Eckhart, and John Dermer, Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. Emma Goth, Washington; two half-sisters, Mrs. Edith Shober, Cleveland, and Mrs. Grace Walker, this city; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a. m. by Rev. A. B. L. Fisher, pastor Grace Methodist Church.

Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.

The Cumberland Evening Times, October 16, 1950
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 12, 2011 
McKenzie, Ulysses Edgar (I39913)
7442 Uncle "Pat's" Social Security Number was 213-14-3482. Pat and Elouise lived on Log Inn Road, Annapolis, Maryland. Muhl, Albert Sherman (I00479)
7443 United States Obituary Collection. Source (S013104)
7444 University of North Carolina.
occupation: bank clerk.
SSN: 223-18-4468. 
Mackethan, Edwin Robeson (I23726)
7445 University of North Carolina. Holt, William R. (I24200)
7446 UP - Wayne Hostetler was strangled in a freak accident on his father's farm at nearby Pocahontas when he slipped off a barrel in a barn Sunday and became entangled in a loop of bailing twine which was hanging from a wall. The boy's body was found by a brother Paul, 14, who called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Carl Hostetler. The victim was dead on arrival at Miner's Hospital across the State line in Frostburg, Md. The Daily Courier, Connellsville, July 31, 1956 . Hostetler, Wayne (I15791)
7447 Urban L. Danahey – Urban Leo Danahey, 40, of Elm Grove, W.Va., and formerly og Lonaconing, died yesterday. Mr. Danahey was a son of Mrs. Catherine (McKenzie) Danahey, Elm Grove, and the late Leo Danahey. Mr. Danahey was a member of St. Vincent’s Catholic Church of Elm Grove. Surviving, in addition to his mother, are his widow, Mrs. Mary Margaret Danahey; a son and daughter, both at home; two sisters, Mrs. Dennis Jordan, Plainsfield, N.J.; and Miss Joan Danahey, Elm Grove; and one brother, Thomas Danahey, Elm Grove. Friends will be received at the Altymer Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Cumberland Evening Times Monday, January 21, 1974

Interment was in the Elm Grove Cemetery. 
Danahey, Urban Leo (I13986)
7448 Urias MCKENZIE was born on 3 Aug 1853 in Greenville Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died of pneumonia on 26 Feb 1923 in Garrett, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Death Certificate available on Don McKenzie's Ancestry site.

Urias MCKENZIE and Cordelia T. HUTZEL were married. Cordelia T. HUTZEL was born in Aug 1863. She died on 30 Apr 1937 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. Frostburg, May 4 — The funeral of Mrs. Cordelia H. McKenzie, 73, widow of Urias McKenzie, who died Friday at the family home, near Finzel, Garrett county, was conducted Monday morning at St. Michael's Catholic Church, with the rector, the Rev Patrick J. Bradley, celebrant of the Requiem Mass. Father Bradley also preached the funeral sermon. Burial was in St. Michael's Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, May 4, 1937.

Frostburg, Md., Feb. 28 – Uriah McKenzie, farmer, age 70 years, died Tuesday morning at his home in Finzel, after being ill for one week with double pneumonia. Mr. McKenzie is survived by his wife and the following children: Misses Edith and Orpha McKenzie, and Aaron, George and Joseph of Finzel, and Oscar, of Grantsville. The funeral was held this morning at St. Michael’s Church. Interment was in St. Michael’s Cemetery. Cumberland Evening Times, Wednesday, February 28, 1923

These were all posted by Genie Ragan on Our Brick Walls site:

McKenzie, Urias

I, Urias McKenzie, of Finzel, Garrett Co., Md. do make this my will, in manner following, that is to say: After the payment of my just debts and expenses, I give, devise and bequeath my estate as follows: All my estate, real, personal and mixed, of every description, I give, devise and bequeath unto my wife Cordelia McKenzie for and during the term of her natural life and at her death I direct that the same be sold by my Executor hereinafter named who shall be authorized to deliver a good and sufficient deed therefore to the purchaser and distribute the proceeds as follows: I give unto my daughter Edith McKenzie the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars from said proceeds; I give and bequeath unto my son Orin an undivided one-sixth share of the proceeds of said estate, after the payment of the bequest to Edith heretofore set forth, and if he has not arrived at the age of 21 years when the same shall be for distribution I direct that his share shall be deposited by my Executor and be payable to Orin when he shall arrive at the age of 21 years. I give, devise and bequeath unto my daughter Orpha Elizabeth McKenzie an undivided one-sixth share of the proceeds of said estate after the payment of the bequest to Edith hereinbefore set forth, and if she has not arrived at the age of 21 years, or have married when the same shall be ready for distribution, I direct that her share shall be deposited by my Executor and payable when she shall arrive at the age of 21 or have married.

My son Oscar is now indebted unto me in the sum of $100.00 and I direct that the same shall be charged to his one-sixth share which I hereby bequeath to him.

My son George C. is now indebted to me in the sum of $100.00 and I direct that the same shall be charged to his one-sixth share which I hereby will to him.

In addition to the bequest of $250.00 hereinbefore set forth to Edith I direct that she shall be entitled to receive one-sixth of said proceeds. If during the life of my wife she should desire to sell the real estate which I now own I direct that my Executor herein named shall be authorized to execute a deed therefor and the proceeds thereform[sic] deposited or reinvested by my Executor in a home for my said wife and infant children. If my said wife should be in need of any portion or part of the proceeds of said estate for her maintenance and support and that of the minor children and daughter Edith it is my will that she shall be entitled to use the same and any balance remaining after her death shall be distributed as herein set forth and this paragraph shall take precedence over the life estate hereinbefore set forth in my said wife. I also authorize my said wife to sell and dispose of any personal property of which I may die seized and any balance remaining after her death shall be distributed as hereinbefore set forth.
I constitute and appoint my wife Cordelia Mckenzie and Oscar McKenzie to be the Executors of this my will to serve without bond.

Witness my hand & seal this 25th day of February, 1923.

Urias McKenzie (seal)

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above named testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us, who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have signed our names as witnesses.

Oscar McKenzie,
Geo. C. McKenzie
Edward J. Ryan,
Abbott R. Walker.

State of Maryland, Garrett County, to-wit:

On this 12th day of March, 1923, came Goerge C. McKenzie and made oath in due form of law that he does not know of any Will or Codicil of Urias McKenzie, late of Garrett Ounty[sic], deceased, other than the aforegoing instrument of writing and that he received same from the 1st National Bank of Frostburg, Md. on or about the 10th day of March, 1923.

Test: E. E. Friend, Register

State of Maryland, Garrett County, to-wit:

On this 12th day of March, 1923, came Oscar McKenzie, Geo. C. McKenzie and Edward J. Ryan three of the subscribing witnesses to the aforegoing last will and testament of Urias McKenzie, late of Garrett County, deceased, and made oath in due form of law that they did see the testator sign this Will; that they heard him publish, pronounce and declare the same to be his last Will and testament; that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their apprehension, of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding; and that they together with Abbott R. Walkler, subscribed their names as witnesses, to this Will at the request of the testator, in is presence and in the presence of each other.

Test: E. E. Friend, Register

McKenzie, Urias John (I01585)
7449 US Army
honorable discharge from Army and enlisted in Alabama National Guard 
Brown, Andrew Earl (I17711)
7450 US Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914. Source (S013153)

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