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7851 William H. LAPP (son of John H. LAPP and Elizabeth KROLL) was born in 1906 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 19 Nov 1964 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland.

FROSTBURG — William H. Lapp, 57, of Clarysville, died Thursday at Miners Hospital. Born in Frostburg, a son of the late John and Elizabeth (Kroll) Lapp, he was employed by the Western Maryland Railway Company. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Genevieve (McKenzie) Lapp; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Spencer, Hanover, Pa., and Miss Eileen Lapp, at home; two brothers, John J. Lapp, Frostburg, and Henry Lapp, Eckhart, and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Rankin, Borden, and Mrs. Ruth Miller, Frostburg. The body is at the home of John J. Lapp, 57 Cemetery Lane, where services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. by Rev. George L. Wehler. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. The Cumberland News, November 21, 1964 He was buried on 22 Nov 1964 in Frostburg Memorial Park, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland.  
Lapp, William H. (I06516)
 
7852 William H. McKenzie, 70, died Friday at his home in Greenville township where he operated a farm. A retired clay mine worker, he was a son of the late Francis and Leanne Werner McKenzie. Surviving are his widow, Bertha Johnson McKenzie, three sons and one daughter: Elzie, at home; Frank, of Greenville township; and Eugene, with the Army at an overseas base; Mrs. Pearl Sturtz, of Meyersdale; two stepchildren, Mrs. Sarah Knepp, of Sand Patch, and Elmer Caton, of Boynton; and four brothers and one sister: Francis of Pennsboro, W. Va.; Thomas and Joseph of Frostburg, Md.; Lewis of Kennells Mills; and Mrs. Etta Bolden, of Meyersdale. The Daily Courier, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1945.

William Herbert McKenzie of McKenzie Hollow, Greenville Township, died at his home at 3:15 a.m., on April 27 of silicosis. He had been ill for a long time, and bedfast most of the time for the last six months. He was a fire clay miner for the Union Mining Co. at Mt. Savage, Md. for 35 years, and had retired about 10 years ago. His wife, the former Bertha Johnson, is very ill at the present time, and was unable to attend the funeral. Mr. McKenzie was born, and lived all his life near where he died. He was a son of Francis and Leanna (Warner) McKenzie and was 70 years, 5 months and 13 days old at his death, having been born on November 14, 1874. In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons, Elzie, at home; Frank, McKenzie, Hollow, and Eugene, in the Army overseas; one daughter, Pearl, wife of Ellis Sturtz, of Meyersdale; a stepdaughter, Sarah, wife of Ellis Knepp, of Sand Patch; a stepson, Elmer Caton, of Boynton; one sister, Mrs. Etta Bolden, of Meyersdale; and four brothers, Francis, Pennsboro, W.Va.; Thomas and Joseph of Frostburg, and Lewis, of Kennells Mill, Pa. Mr. McKenzie was a devout Catholic, a member of St. Mary's Church near Pocahontas. Mass was conducted for him on Monday, April 30, at 10:00 a.m. by Rev. Fr. Dravetsky of West Salisbury. Interment in St. Mary's cemetery, in charge of Mortician Stanley M. Thomas. Meyersdale Republican, May 3, 1945

He was buried on 30 Apr 1945 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Pocahontas, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.
 
McKenzie, William Herbert (I05150)
 
7853 William H. Reese is buried in Cedar Hill, Brooklyn Park, Maryland. Reese, William H. (I00741)
 
7854 William H. Twigg Jr., 78, of Frostburg MD, died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011, at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center.

William was born on July 28, 1933 to the late William H. Twigg Sr. and Mary M. Strachan.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine Joan Twigg in 1987.

Mr. Twigg was retired from the Celanese Fiber Corporation in the Spinning Department. He was a U.S. Navy veteran serving in the Korean Conflict. William was a self-made contractor who enjoyed building, hunting and fishing, ginseng and wild mushroom hunting. He enjoyed music and was a saxophone player for "Gentlemen of the Note" band.

He is survived by two sons, William H. Twigg III and friend Amanda Downs, Buckhannon, W.Va. and Jeremy N. Twigg, Eckhart; a daughter, Deborah A. Twigg, Lonaconing; a grandson, William H. Twigg IV; two step-grandchildren, Daniel Cale and Chloe Cale. Also surviving is a sister, Betty Lee Stott of Cumberland.

Friends and family will be received at Durst Funeral Home P.A., 57 Frost Ave, Frostburg, on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm.

Funeral services will be held at the funeral home on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 at 11 a.m.

Interment will be in the Rest Lawn Memorial Gardens in LaVale. Military honors will be accorded at the graveside by Farrady Post 24 American Legion Honor Guard. 
Twigg, William H. Jr. (I07536)
 
7855 William Homer MCKENZIE (Noah Anthony-3, Patrick Henry-2, John M.-1) was born on 21 Jan 1907 in Greenville Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 20 May 1985 in Meyersdale, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. Wm. Homer McKenzie, 78, Meyersdale RD 3, died May 20, 1985, at Meyersdale Manor. Born Jan. 21, 1907, in Greenville Township, son of the late Noah A. and Annie (Housel) McKenzie. Preceded in death by his wife, the former Grace Harding. Survived by brother, Harry B., Rockville, Md.; and a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Bolden, Meyersdale. Veteran of World War II. Member of United Methodist Church. Life-member of the Meyersdale Rotary Club, where he was a past president and served as club bulletin editor. He was also a rotary Paul Harris Fellow. Member of Masonic Lodge No. 554. Harrisburg Consistory, Jaffa Shrine and Hebron Chapter No. 272. Past president of the Pennsylvania Maple Festival (1967) and he was a retired postal employee. Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Price Funeral Home, Meyersdale, where services well be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Charles Harper officiating. Interment, Union Cemetery. Daily American, May 21, 1985.

He was buried on 23 May 1985 in Union Cemetery, Summit Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. 
McKenzie, William Homer (I03662)
 
7856 William J. Beechie – Vale Summit – William J. Beechie Sr., 80, of Vale Summit, died Monday, Dec. 18, 1989, at Frostburg Community Hospital. Born in Johnstown, he was the son of the late John and Mary (O’Grince) Beechie. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mabel (McKenzie) Beechie on March 17, 1989. Mr. Beechie was a retired Kelly-Springfield employee and was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Frostburg; the Kelly Retirement Club; and Dan’s Mountain Water Association. Survivors include three sons, William Joseph Beechie Jr., Eckhart; James Beechie and John Beechie, both of Vale Summit; one daughter. Mrs. Mary B. Schmidt, Frostburg; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Barry, Frostburg; and Mrs. Elizabeth Cook, Midland; one brother, Carl Beechie, Loartown; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchildren. Interment will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery. Cumberland Evening Times. Beechie, William Joseph Sr. (I08988)
 
7857 William Kenneth WARNER (son of Milton W. WERNER and Daisy Viola WERNER) was born on 17 May 1915 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 1 Jan 2006 in Accident, Garrett Co., Maryland. William Kenneth Warner, 90, of 79 Old Blocher Road, Frostburg, died Jan. 1, 2006, at Cherry Hill Assisted Living, Accident. Born May 17, 1915, at Finzel, he was a son of the late Milton and Daisy (Werner) Warner. He was also preceded in death by two wives, the former Pearl Finzel and the former Mary C. McKenzie; one daughter, Shirley Resh; one brother, Robert Warner; two sisters, Alta Byers and Mayme Griffith; one son-in-law, Albert Garlitz; one granddaughter; and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Warner was a foreman at Celanese Corp., and was a member of the United Church of Christ. Surviving are one daughter, Wanda Garlitz, Avilton; one son-in-law, Emerson Resh, Baltimore; two sisters, Olive Hartig, Frostburg and Verna Kloss, New Oxford, Pa.; 11 grandchildren; 18 great- grandchildren; one step great-grandchild; one great- great-granddaughter; two step great-great- grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at Newman Funeral Homes, P.A., 179 Miller St., Grantsville. Services will be conducted there Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006, at 10:30 a.m. with Pastor Kathleen Mitchell officiating. Interment will be held in the Finzel Cemetery. Pallbearers will be great-grandsons. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the American Cancer Society. Cumberland Times-News, 3 January 2006.

He was buried in Finzel Cemetery, Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. 
Werner, William K. (I02533)
 
7858 William Knox database, Rootsweb 2005.

SALISBURY — Mrs. Fannie D. Wagner, 77, of Salisbury, died, Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. J. U. Hillegass, Randolph, Ohio. Survivors include a son, Wilbert R. Wagner, Meyersdale, and four brothers, Henry, Delbert, and Marshall Durst, all of Grantsville, Md., and George Durst, Cumberland. Services were conducted here Tuesday at St. John's Reformed Church and interment was in the IOOF Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, June 2, 1955 
Durst, Fannie Dineta (I02620)
 
7859 William Lawrence Bailey, b 1834 in NC, probably in Martin Co. He witnessed the William Stawls will in March 1856, and was living in Martin Co in 1860, but was not found in Martin Co in 1870. William married Lucinda _____ about 1858. She was born in NC in 1836. By 1860 they had a daughter. Bailey, William Lawrence (I22986)
 
7860 William Lawrence McKenzie Sr., 70, of 216 Maryland Avenue, was dead on arrival Saturday at Memorial Hospital. Born in Avilton June 21, 1917, he was the son of the late Andrew George and Maude Mae (Croft) McKenzie. Twice married, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Retha Mae (Louk) McKenzie, in 1952. A retired watchman for Queen City Brewing Company, he was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Henry Hart Post 1411, VFW, and Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion. Surviving are his widow, Violet M. (Smith) McKenzie; one son, William L. McKenzie Jr., Cresaptown; one daughter, Mrs. Regina M. Rifleman, Maple Heights, Ohio; one step son, Harry L . Louk, Phoenix, Ariz.; one brother, Bernard McKenzie, Potomac Park ; three sisters, Mrs. Genevieve Green, Lonaconing; Mrs. Pauline Ross, Frostburg; and Mrs. Nora Crowe, Avilton; and three grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Silcox-Merritt Funeral Residence Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. A Christian wake service will be held at the funeral home Monday at 7:30 p.m. Cumberland Sunday Times, November 1, 1987  McKenzie, William Lawrence Sr. (I01671)
 
7861 William Leo GOLDSWORTHY was born on 21 Jan 1900. He died on 29 Nov 1970 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.

William Leo Goldsworthy, 70, of 218 Winchester Road, Cresaptown, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital where he had been admitted earlier in the day. He had been in ill health the past year. Born at Frostburg, he was a son of the late Paul and Ann (Helfrich) Goldsworthy. Mr. Goldsworthy was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church and was a retired employe of Martin-Marietta Aircraft Company. Surviving are his widow, Mary V. (McKenzie) Goldsworthy; two sons, William P., Fairgo, and John L. Goldsworthy, Cumberland; a brother, Paul R. Goldsworthy, LaVale; a sister, Mrs. Regina Hinds, this city, and a granddaughter. The body is at the George Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The rosary will be recited there today at 7:45 p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Interment will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 30, 1970 Is buried in the St. Pater & Paul Catholic Cemetery, Cumberland, Maryland. 
Goldsworthy, William Leo (I02613)
 
7862 William Leo MCKENZIE was born on 5 Jan 1948 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. He died on 14 May 1967 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. William L. McKenzie, 19, of 51 East Division Street, Fairgo, was fatally injured yesterday when his car left State Route 28 two miles south of Fort Ashby, W.Va., on a slippery highway. The young man, a girl companion and a group of other young people in another car were on a fishing trip. West Virginia State Police said McKenzie's auto failed to straighten out on a sharp curve. His wheels hit the soft shoulder and the car careened over a bank and into a creek. His friend, Miss Jerry Shank, was only slightly injured and, after treatment at Memorial Hospital, was released. McKenzie was taken to Memorial Hospital here, arriving about 9:45 a.m. but died about 15 minutes later, attendants said. First reports that he had been pinned under the car and drowned were unfounded, Dr. Benedict Skitarelic, medical examiner said. Death was due to a ruptured lung. McKenzie was born here January 5, 1948, a son of William Paul (sic: Paul William) McKenzie and Margaret T. (Flynn) McKenzie. He resided at Fairgo all his life and attended SS. Peter and Paul Parochial School and Allegany High School. He had been working recently for the Yuhascik Contracting Company of Bel Air. Besides his parents he is survived by his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Flynn of Oakland; a sister, Margaret Ann, and two brothers, Daniel J. and P. Wayne McKenzie, all at home. The body is at the George Funeral Home where friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow. The Cumberland News, May 15, 1967

Is buried in the St. Pater & Paul Catholic Cemetery, Cumberland, Maryland. 
McKenzie, William Leo (I31988)
 
7863 William Leslie McKenzie, 74, of Spring Gap; died yesterday at Memorial Hospital. He had been in failing health the past several years. Born in Cresaptown, he was a son of the late George W. and Mary M. (Hershberger) McKenzie. A veteran of World War I, he was a member of Oldtown American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Sportsmen Club, and Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church. He was a retired Celanese Fibers Company employe. Surviving are his widow, Mary (Wheeler) McKenzie; two sons, William L. McKenzie, and Major Charles L. McKenzie with the Air Force, McGuire AFB, N.J.; a daughter, Mrs. Charles L. Patterson, Flintstone; two-brothers, George and Sylvester McKenzie, Cresaptown, and five grandchildren. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m.

The Cumberland News, August 8, 1970 
McKenzie, William Leslie (I01441)
 
7864 William Patton signed his Will in West Marlborough Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania on 5 Sep 1742, and it was recorded on 29 Dec 1742.

Note: 25 Oct 1738: Palatines imported in the ship "Davy", Wm Patton, Commander from Amsterdam, last from Cowes - 180 passengers.

"It seems certain that the various Pattons settling in Augusta County, VA, in the early part of the 18th century, were of the same origin as the father of whom was John Patton, brother of Col James Patton #60865656 and Elizabeth (Patton) Preston. Col James had come from Ireland in 1730. Probably one of the compelling reasons for the mass migration at this time was the forced exile of John Lewis in 1729".
("Coming to America; A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons" by C. L. Patton, 1954) 
Patton, William (I19147)
 
7865 William Paul MCKENZIE Sr. (Joseph Alpheus-3, Enoch Ambrose-2, Joshua-1) was born on 24 Oct 1922. He died on 15 Oct 1996. US Government -- Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.
"William P. McKenzie SSN: 216-14-1879 Last Residence: 21502 Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland, United States of America Born: 24 Oct 1922 Died: 15 Oct 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Maryland (Before 1951)."

Birth: Oct. 24, 1922 Death: Oct. 22, 1996, USA _MCKENZIE, WILLIAM PAUL _PFC US ARMY AIR
FORCES_DATE OF BIRTH: 10/24/1922_DATE OF DEATH: 10/22/1996_BURIED AT: SECTION I-5 ROW 10 SITE 16." He.

WW II Enlistment - William P. McKenzie Birth Date: 24 Oct 1922 Address: 12024 Iris Ave, Cumberland, MD, 21502-5428 William P McKenzie Birth Year: 1922 Race: White, Citizen (White) Nativity State or Country: Maryland State of Residence: Maryland County or City: Allegany Enlistment Date: 9 Dec 1942 Enlistment State: Maryland Enlistment City: Baltimore Branch Code: No branch assignment Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary enlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistments of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Federal Service; Officers appointed in the Army of Source: Civil Life Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Unskilled machine shop and related occupations, n.e.c. Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 68 Weight: 141

CUMBERLAND — William P. McKenzie, 73, of Potomac Park, Cumberland, died Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1996 at Memorial Hospital. Born Oct. 24, 1922 in Cumberland, he was a son of the late Joseph A. and Cecilia (Whitacre) McKenzie. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Raymond V. McKenzie and Leonard A. McKenzie Sr.; two sisters, Adeline Barham and Regina Young. Mr. McKenzie was a former employee of the Western Maryland Railroad and was a retired machinist at the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company. He was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran of World War II, a life member of Fort Washington Chapter 2, Disabled American Veterans and a life member of Farrady Post #24 American Legion, Frostburg. Surviving are one daughter, Bonnie A. McKenzie, Cumberland; three sons, William P. “Spike” McKenzie Jr. and wife Rosemary, Manchester, Md., Joseph J. McKenzie and wife Diane, Cumberland, and Timothy T. McKenzie and wife Diane, Baltimore; seven grandchildren, Rebecca, Kevin, Michael, Andrew, Felecia, Jenica and Courtney McKenzie; a special nephew, Terry McKenzie, Frostburg; a special friend, Ruth Cook, Ridgeley; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, Cresaptown, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church on Friday at 9 a.m. with Father Milton Hipsley officiating. Interment will be in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery at Rocky Gap, Flintstone. Cumberland Times-News, October 24, 1996  
McKenzie, William Paul Sr. (I03649)
 
7866 William Stanley DREES (Dessie ROSENBERGER-5, Gertrude Grace LARUE-4, Hannah Margaret MCKENZIE-3, Samuel J.-2, John M.-1) was born about 1925. He died on 11 Jan 1983 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. William Stanley Drees, 58, of RD 2, Finzel Road, Maryland, died suddenly January 11, 1983 while hauling wood with a small tractor near his home. He was born in Finzel, and was a son of Mrs. Dessie (Rosenberger) Drees, who is a patient at the Frostburg Nursing Home, Maryland and the late Anthony Drees. He was a former employee of the Kaiser Refractories. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church; Old Rail Post 6025, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mount Savage, Maryland; Farrady Post 24, American Legion; Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 1273; and the Laurel Falls Association, a sportsmen's club in Meyersdale. Surviving besides his mother are his widow, Mrs. Nellie (Mull) Drees; one daughter, Mrs. Colleen Brode, Finzel; two sons, Gary Drees, Frostburg; Gene Drees, at home; two brothers, Anthony Drees, Finzel; Larry Drees, Pocahontas; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Lynch and Mrs. Shirley Winner, both of Frostburg; Mrs. Margaret Baer, Pocahontas; Mrs. Mary Jane Burdock, Finzel; five grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Friends were received at the Durst Funeral Home. The Republic, January 20, 1983 Drees, William Stanley (I09015)
 
7867 William Ward Porter...Oldest Son of John S. and Rebecca Porter

All that I know of Uncle Will is what my father and Uncle Mike told me. Frank Porter wrote that "Cousin Will came as near being a genius as any Porter I ever knew."

Uncle Will had likely done heavy farm work in his early years, but from what my father told me, he became a sort of overseer and manager of the farming operations at Play Place. He had many talents, and was a perfectionist in
everything he did or had supervision over. He had a shop in which he did blacksmith and wood work. He could repair wagons, shoe horses, make wood beam plows, grain cradles and rakes, and handles for axes, picks, maddocks, hoes and his work had a factory finish appearance. He could also do small artistic wood work making stands and chairs and cupboards for relatives and friends. And he made them free of charge. Just from his own mind, he tr.£de unique clock cases with his own designs, such as no one had seen before.

When I was a small boy, we had a carving he had done of a boy on a ladder picking cherries, and a bird was above him eating the biggest cherries. It was very lifelike, but delicate and fragile. It got broken when it fell on the floor when someone tried to remove it from the wall while some papering of the Trails was being done. The glued pieces came apart, and it was never put together again.

Uncle Will could draw a likeness of any face or object with charcoal on a clean, smooth board, and did such drawings of many friends who requested it. He was a beautiful penman, and wrote with goose quill pens and ink made from poke-berry juice and lamp black.

He could do excellent work with stone, building foundations and stone fences. He would not plant a crop in a field until it was perfectly prepared by harrowing and cross-harrowing to break up all clods and smooth out all ridges
left by the plow.

It was said that Uncle Will was a good sized, muscular man, of much finer and more even facial features than most of the other Porters. But his health was never good. He suffered from stomach ulcers, and doctors had no good
remedies to treat ulcers in those days. He got the most relief during ulcer activity from drinking cream, which he nearly always had a craving for. His doctor asked permission to perform an autopsy after his death. Permission was given, and the doctor told his wife it was the biggest ulcer he had ever seen, and wondered that he had lived so long with it. He was only 47 years old.

Uncle Will and Aunt Mary and their daughter, Leota and Idella lived in with Grandfather John and Grandma Rebecca. Long years after, I heard my father say, "Mary was always good to mother."

Buried in Porter's Cemetery in Frostburg, Maryland. 
Porter, William Ward (I07338)
 
7868 Williamson Family Tree. Source (S014033)
 
7869 Willis Edwin DURST, born 12 Oct 1930, Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland; married Mildred M. FRICKEY; died 4 Apr 2009, Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland Durst, Willis Edwin (I42828)
 
7870 Wilma MCKENZIE (John William-4, Jacob Patrick-3, Samuel J.-2, John M.-1) was born about 1927 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 30 Oct 1980 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Wilma (Iff) Femi, 53, of Frostburg, Md. died Oct. 30, 1980 at her home. She was born in Frostburg, and was a daughter of the late John McKenzie and Grace (Michaels) Jeffries McKenzie. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest Femi. She was employed by Workman Enterprises and was a member of St. Michael?s Catholic Church. She is survived by three sons, E. Joseph Femi, at home, Francis (Tom) Femi and James Femi, both of Frostburg; nine sisters, Mrs. Clara Cain and Mrs. Margaret Jones, both of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Rhoda Cutter and Mrs. Hilda Giles, both of Midlothian, Md.; Mrs. Mildred Minnick, Mrs. Evelyn Shriver and Mrs. Thelma Raley, all of Frostburg; Mrs. Della Connor and Mrs. Ruth Durkin, both of Eckhart, Md.; five brothers, Irvin McKenzie, Pottsville; Anthony J. McKenzie, Frostburg; William McKenzie, Francis (Dick) McKenzie and Eugene (Flooz) McKenzie, all of Finzel. Also surviving is Mrs. Lillie Scarlett, Midlothian, who was reared by Mrs. Femi. Friends were received at the Sowers Funeral Home. A Christian wake service was conducted at 8:30 p.m. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated in St. Michael?s Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Allen Minnick, Walter Shriver, Francis Giles, John McKenzie Jr., David McKenzie and Wayne McKenzie. The Republic, November 6, 1980. McKenzie, Wilma (I02462)
 
7871 Wilma R. BUTTS was born on 30 Jan 1907 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 12 Jun 1990 in Jacksonville, DuVall Co., Florida. US Government -- Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index."Wilma Hardman SSN: 214-05-5129 Born: 30 Jan 1907 Died: 9 Jun 1990 State (Year) SSN issued: Maryland (Before 1951."

Florida Death Index."Wilma Butts Hardman Death Date: 12 Jun 1990 County of Death: Duval State of Death: Florida Age at Death: 83 Race: White Birth Date: 30 Jan 1907." 
Butts, Wilma R. (I33035)
 
7872 Wilma Virginia LEASE (Alice Byrle MCKENZIE-4, Taylor Johnson-3, Aaron William-2, Aaron William-1) was born on 15 Feb 1925 in Pinto, Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 13 Apr 2007 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland. CRESAPTOWN — Wilma Virginia (Lease) Ware, 82, of Cresaptown, passed away Friday, April 13, 2007, at WMHS -Braddock Campus. Born Feb. 15, 1925, in Pinto, she was the daughter of the late Arlie T. and Byrle (MacKenzie) Lease. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Roy Calvin Ware, and three brothers, Arlie Jr., Reuben, and Buford Lease. She attended Allegany High School before enlisting in the United States Air Corps during World War II, never ceasing to be proud of her military service. She was employed in the Rosenbaum Shoe Department, Heacox Shoe Store, Nobil’s Shoe Store, and the spinning department of Celanese Corp. Wilma was a member of the Ridgeley VFW, the Goodfellowship Club, and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles 245, of which she was a charter member. Surviving are three daughters, Linda Lewis and husband Bob, Bel Air; Robin Fadley and Kala Dawson, both of Cresaptown; three sisters: Colleen Smith and husband Bill, Corriganville, Donna Mallow, Annapolis, and B. Darlene Lease, Cresaptown; one brother, Paul Lease and wife Flo, LaVale; sisters and brothers-in-law, Delores Lease, Ethel Lease, Joan Ware, Betty Ware, Penny Delawder, and Donald Ware; grandchildren, Bric Lewis and wife Tonya, Darrin Lewis, James and Lonnie Iser, Eric Fadley and wife Tammy, and Shay Kennell and husband Tyler; great-grandchildren, Ember Fadley and Zoe Lewis, and many nieces and nephews that held her in high regard with love. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., Cresaptown (www.scarpellifh.com), on Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Wednesday at noon with Rev. Harold McClay Jr. officiating. Interment will be in Lease’s Cemetery, Cresaptown. Cumberland Times obituary.

She was buried on 18 Apr 2007 in Lease Cemetery, Cresaptown, Allegany Co., Maryland. 
Lease, Wilma Virginia (I13923)
 
7873 WINCHESTER, Va. — Evelyn Louise (Stott) McKenzie, 87, formerly of Frostburg, passed away Saturday, May 28, 2011 at Winchester Medical Center. Born Oct. 14, 1923, in Frostburg, she was the daughter of the late Albert Stott and Nellie (Porter) Stott. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Henry Hugh McKenzie; her son, Henry Hugh McKenzie Jr.; and four brothers and two sisters. Surviving are her three children, Allan McKenzie and wife Anita, Winchester, Carol Carr and husband Ron, Frostburg, Debbie Kirkbride, Winchester; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Mc-Kenzie, Frostburg; five grandchildren, Daryl McKenzie and wife Cindy, Scott McKenzie, Christy Stokrp and husband, Stephen, Renee Thompson and husband John, Karen McKenzie; seven great-grandchildren, Sabrina Ramey, Caleb Mc-Cauley, Troy Thompson, Caitlin Stokrp, Mark Stokrp, Kyler McKenzie and Kaden McKenzie; and one brother, Richard "Dick" Stott, Frostburg. Mrs. McKenzie will be cremated at her request. Friends will be received at the Sowers Funeral Home, P.A., 60 W. Main St., Frostburg, on Saturday, June 4, 2011 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a memorial service following at 1 p.m. with Pastor Darrell Layman officiating. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Cumberland Times-News, June 1, 2011

Her husband was the son of George Samuel and Ana Florence Stark. 
Stott, Evelyn Louise (I36735)
 
7874 WINCHESTER, Va. — Linda Kathryn “Kate” (Preston) McKenzie, 59, of Winchester, Va., passed away following a two year battle with cancer on Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, at Blue Ridge Hospice in Winchester, Va. She was born June 14, 1954, in Frostburg, to John “Hack” Preston, of Frostburg and the late Ruth A. (Lindeman) Preston. In addition to her mother, she is preceded in death by a brother, Robert “Bobby” Preston. Kate was a registered nurse for 27 years at Winchester Medical Center, the last 17 of those she was a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurse. She was also an alumna of Beall High School (class of 1972) and Allegany Community College. Surviving are her husband of 28 years, Darrell McKenzie; two sons, John Adam Preston McKenzie and wife Jessica and Jeffrey James McKenzie; step-son, Todd McKenzie and wife Jessica; granddaughter, Ryleigh Elizabeth McKenzie; step-granddaughters and grandson, Kaytlyn, Kylie and Nathan McKenzie; brother, John “Nut” Preston and wife Cindy; sisters, Sandra “Sandy” Webber and husband Paul, Donna “Duna” Preston and Ruthie Folk and fiance Kevin Carroll; numerous nieces; nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews and two very special friends, Sue Ann Walker “The Duck” Thorpe and Barrie “Bear” Riese. Family and friends will be received at Durst Funeral Home, 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted in the funeral home on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Dr. Ken Patrick and the Rev. Dr. Gabe Moya officiating. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Marvin McKenzie, Darvin McKenzie, Gail McKenzie, Jason Preston, Paul Webber II and Bryon Folk. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Kate’s honor can be made towards Blue Ridge Hospice at 333 W. Cork St. 405, Winchester, VA 22601 or www.blueridgehospice.org, UVA Medical Center and the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center at 1240 Lee St., Charlottesville, VA 22903. Condolences may be sent to the family at durstfuneralhome.com. Cumberland Times-News, October 2, 2013 Preston, Linda Kathryn (Kate) (I38505)
 
7875 WINEBRENNER 16 Oct 1903 Mrs. Sara Winebrenner, wife of John of near Big Savage Mountain, who suffered from typhoid fever for several weeks, died Wednesday (Oct 14) at 9:30 in the morning. She was 42 years of age and is survived by a husband and 9 children; Henry, Olin, James, Loy A., Rosie, Cecelia, Sallie, Eleanora, Myrtle, and Lucy-all of Big Savage Mountain. Funeral arrangements are in the charge of Gehauf & Mayer. The funeral is Friday at the St Michaels Catholic Church with interment at St Ann's Church on Pea Ridge, Garrett County.

She was buried in St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland.

Sarah E. MCKENZIE (Samuel J.-1) was born on 10 Dec 1860 in Allegany Co., Maryland. She died on 14 Oct 1903. Mrs. Sara Winebrenner, wife of John of near Big Savage Mountain, who suffered from typhoid fever for several weeks, died Wednesday (Oct 14) at 9:30 in the morning. She was 42 years of age and is survived by a husband and 9 children; Henry, Olin, James, Loy A., Rosie, Cecelia, Sallie, Eleanora, Myrtle, and Lucy - all of Big Savage Mountain. Funeral arrangements are in the charge of Gehauf & Mayer. The funeral is Friday at the St Michaels Catholic Church with interment at St Ann's Church on Pea Ridge, Garrett County. Cumberland Evening Times, October 16, 1903.

She was buried in St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery, Avilton, Garrett Co., Maryland. 
McKenzie, Sarah E. (I02199)
 
7876 Winifred was the secretary of the Edenton Tea Party Wiggins, Winifred (I17915)
 
7877 WINTERHAVEN, Fla. — Catherine Jones, 67, of Winterhaven, formerly of Westernport, died Monday, June 30, 1997, at her residence. Born Nov. 23, 1929, she was the daughter of the late Guy and Ada (Stuby) McKenzie. She also was preceded in death by two brothers, Edward McKenzie and Robert McKenzie. Mrs. Jones was a homemaker. She was a member of Abiding Savior Lutheran Church of Winterhaven. Surviving are her husband, Howard W. Jones; two sons, Howard L. Jones and wife Stephanie, Winterhaven, and Robert E. Jones and wife Brenda, North Wilkesboro, N.C.; four brothers, Troxel McKenzie, Ashville, N.C., Charles McKenzie, William McKenzie, and Fred McKenzie, all of Westernport; one sister, Marguerite Chittum, Baltimore; and two grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Boal Funeral Home, Westernport. Services will be held at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Westernport, on Friday at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Ellis Kretschmer officiating. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernport. Cumberland Times-News, Wednesday, July 2, 1997  McKenzie, Ada Catherine (I12388)
 
7878 Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997. Source (S014082)
 
7879 Witnesses to the marriage: John Scally and Clara McKenzie. Winebrenner, Joseph (I01656)
 
7880 Wolfe-McKenzie – Charles Hiram Wolfe, son of Hiram B. Wolfe, meat dealer, 394 North Centre Street, and Miss Edna McKenzie of near narrows park went to the parsonage of the Centre Street M.E. Street at 9:00 Tuesday night and were married by the Rev. Joseph Dawson. The young couple were to have been married yesterday evening and a big reception had been prepared by their friends, but they were greatly surprised to learn the ceremony had been performed a day in advance. Cumberland Evening Times, Thursday, June 15, 1914

Charles H. Wolfe, 73, prominent local businessman, died Friday night at his home, 1304 Holland Street. A native of Cumberland, he was a son of the late Charles and Sarah (Hite) Wolfe. For many years he operated a meat market on North Centre Street near Bedford Street and his father and grandfather were in the meat business before him. The Wolfe family operated meat markets and slaughter houses in Cumberland for more than 100 years. Mr. Wolfe was a member of Centre Street Methodist Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary E. (MacKenzie) Wolfe; two daughters, Miss Jane Wolfe, at home, and Mrs. Mary Manuel, Fairfield, Calif.; a son, Warren M. Wolfe, St. Louis, and six grandchildren. The body is at the Silcox Funeral Residence where friends will be received today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the funeral home with Rev. Carlton M. Harris, pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church, and Rev. John F. Sammel, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. The family requests that memorials take the form of contributions to Father Flanagan's Boys Town or the Allegany - Garrett County Heart Association. Pallbearers will be Carl Griffith, Vincent Miltenberger, Francis Stitcher, Curtis Wedd, Elwood Beachy and Charles Herriott. The Cumberland Times, May 26, 1963. 
Wolfe, Charles Hiram (I12569)
 
7881 Wolfe-McKenzie – Charles Hiram Wolfe, son of Hiram B. Wolfe, meat dealer, 394 North Centre Street, and Miss Edna McKenzie of near narrows park went to the parsonage of the Centre Street M.E. Street at 9:00 Tuesday night and were married by the Rev. Joseph Dawson. The young couple were to have been married yesterday evening and a big reception had been prepared by their friends, but they were greatly surprised to learn the ceremony had been performed a day in advance. Cumberland Evening Times, Thursday, June 15, 1914

Mrs. Mary Edna Wolfe, 83, of 1304 Holland Street, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, shortly after being admitted. She had been in ill health the past several years. Born in LaVale, she was a daughter of the late Charles J. and Ardella (Long) MacKenzie and was the widow of Charles H. Wolfe who died in 1963. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe were owners of Wolfe's Wholesale-Retail Meat Market on North Mechanic Street. She was a member of Centre Street United Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Miss Jane Wolfe, at home, and Mrs. Mary Manuel, Fairfield, Cal.; a son, Warren M. Wolfe, St. Louis, Mo., and six grandchildren. The body is at the Silcox-Merritt Funeral Residence, where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. Private services will be held there Monday at 11 a.m. with Rev. John F. Sammel officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Pallbearers will be John M. Emerick, John E. Emerick, John Mertens, Calvin Jones, James Bishop, Dr. E. Vernon Kroll and Ellsworth Smith. The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to St. Paul's Lutheran Church or Centre Street United Methodist Church, or to Father Flanagan's Boys Town. The Cumberland News, February 8, 1975. 
McKenzie, Mary Edna (I00598)
 
7882 Woody070707, owner R.A. Woody. Source (S014101)
 
7883 Woodyard Family Tree. Source (S014106)
 
7884 Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Darr, Adamstown, parents of Pfc. Eugene Leo Darr, of the death of their son following a jeep accident in Austria. According to a Department of Army telegram, the county soldier's death occurred Monday. Details were not immediately available pending further notification by the Army. The telegram stated only that death occurred August 9 "partially due to a jeep accident somewhere in Austria." Pfc. Darr would have been 22 years of age in a month. He was born September 9, 1932, and was a graduate of Frederick High School, class of '51. Prior to entering the service he was employed by Three Springs Fisheries, Lily Pons. He entered the service in March of 1953 and received his basic training at Camp Breckenridge, Ky. Since Sept. of last year he had been stationed at Camp St. Johann, St. Johann, Austria, with the 59th Reconnaissance Company. Survivors in addition to his parents include one sister, Arlene Rita Darr, at home. He was member of the Methodist church at Urbana and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. The body will be returned for interment here. The Frederick Post, August 12, 1954. Darr, Eugene L. (I13076)
 
7885 Worked as State Employee with the Board of Corrections. Brown, Peter Simpson (I18470)
 
7886 World War I Civilian Draft Registrations. Source (S014117)
 
7887 World War I Draft Registration."Thomas Orlando Finzel City: Not Stated County: Garrett State: Maryland Birth Date: 6 Aug 1878 Race: White Roll: 1684371 DraftBoard: 0."

He died on 19 Nov 1941 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. Frostburg, Nov. 21 - Thomas Orlando Finzel, 63, Garrett county farmer, died Wednesday evening at his home at Finzel, after an illness of one week. Mr. Finzel, a son of the late Henry and Sarah (McKenzie) Finzel, is survived by two brothers, Patrick E., of Washington, D. C., and William Finzel, this city, and five sisters, Mrs. Arthur H. Hawkins and Mrs. Alice Goodman, Cumberland; Mrs. Clara Baer, Mrs. Sarah Knepp, and Miss Margaret Finzel of Finzel. He was a brother of the late Ira Finzel who engaged in the restaurant business in this city. The Cumberland Evening  
Finzel, Thomas Orlando (I06607)
 
7888 World War I. 115 Ambulance Company, 29th Division.
at school. 
Biggs, John William (I22827)
 
7889 World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945. Source (S014162)
 
7890 World War II Young American Patriots

Helton, Farish N.

Sgt., U.S. Army. Born Mar. 8, 1914. Entered service 1940, Ft. Barrancas, FL;: England. Attended Peterman, AL. High School. Husband of Mrs. Marie Webster Helton, Box 549, Oak Hill, W.Va.
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Helton, Farish Nettles (I27455)
 
7891 WWII US Navy Aircraft Carrier Muster Rolls, 1939-1949. Source (S014209)
 
7892 YORK, Pa. - James H. McKenzie Sr., 53, of West Manchester Township, died Friday at 3:20 p.m. at York Hospital. Born Jan. 4, 1946, in Lonaconing, Md., he was the son of LoVanna (Allen) McKenzie, of Frostburg, Md., and the late Joseph McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was most recently self-employed. He previously worked for Bi-Comp, York, York Gazette and Daily, and Progressive Typographers. He graduated in 1965 from Valley High School in Lonaconing, and also attended York Technical Institute of York. He was a member of Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church, South Beaver Street, York. Surviving is his wife Shirley (Hyde) McKenzie. They celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary on Oct. 23. He also is survived by two sons, James H. McKenzie Jr. at home, and Tim McKenzie, York; two daughters, Kimberly Bixler, Hawaii, and Amanda McKenzie at home; three grandchildren; one brother, Melvin McKenzie, Somerset; and three sisters, Joann Spiker, Cathy Broadwater and Barbara McKenzie, all of Frostburg, Md. Friends will be received at the Robert F. Koller Funeral Home Inc., 2000 West Market St., York, Wednesday, Nov. 10, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. A memorial service will be held there Wednesday at 3 p.m. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to VNA Hospice, 218 East Market St., York, PA 17401. The Cumberland Times-News, November 9, 1999 McKenzie, James H. (I37579)
 
7893 You don't hear about Zion much. It's stuck up along the north shore but way too far north to belong to the stuck-up North Shore. It's almost in that state of outlet malls, head cheese and anorexic dogs chasing mechanical rabbits known as Wisconsin. But Zion oozes personality. My first visit there was on April 1, 1986, when an atheist crashed a city council meeting to ask city fathers to remove God from the city government whose slogan was "God Reigns." While just waiting to write a story about Zion's born-again mayor amid the flag-waving atheist, I witnessed a rock fight between local youths and white-robed Ku Klux Klansmen. Those were wild days for Zion Mayor Howard P. Everline. His phone rang off the hook. He could put Deborah Norville on hold while he chatted with Oprah or Jane Pauley. (Norville was a mere Channel 5 reporter then and Everline logged more air time on the "Today" show than she did.) Everline was a TV star, and Rob Sherman co-starred as "the atheist." It was a marriage made in heaven, or the atheist equivalent. Everline and Sherman engaged in witty banter, the city sold T-shirts. It was fun. Then came the 1987 mayoral race. Everline lost to State Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis. Oprah stopped calling. So did "Today." So did reporters. So did his friends. "I had five phone calls in one year — FIVE!" Everline says. "People dropped me as if I had the plague. I went through a deep depression. I was very bitter." The City of God forgot him. "They're so phony," says Everline, an ordained pastor. "None of the preachers called me after I got out of office." One of the five phone calls he did get was from Sherman. Despite the religious differences, Sherman had become a good friend and was worried the former mayor was depressed enough to attempt suicide. "I considered it," Everline admits openly. "I interviewed 45 places for jobs," Everline adds. He did not get a single offer and made his living through substitute teaching and an 11-acre farm where he and his wife Marge breed ponies. Zion was founded by Australian faith-healer John Alexander Dowie, who dreamed of a holy city of salvation and clean living for generations of Christians. "Hah!" Everline says. "Things aren't what they seem." He tells story after story of drunkenness, adultery, drug use, lies, sex, backstabbing and sloth, making Zion sound more like a "Twin Peaks" episode. "Zion was founded to be a better place," Everline says. "It has repudiated its heritage." That's why Everline stayed home. He didn't go to church (he turned to Channel 38 for his inspiration), avoided restaurants and didn't shop in Zion. Even after he came out of his funk and would run into people, Everline would not be phony. "They'd say, 'How are you?'" Everline says. "And I'd say, 'What do you care? You haven't bothered to call. Where were you when I needed you?'" He predicts a few Zion residents are bound for hell, a place he plans to avoid because "it's too crowded for me." Apparently, some people agree with him about the state of Zion. They asked Everline, 61, to run for mayor again against Geo- Karis and city commissioner Billy McCullough. Everline needed 35 signatures to get on the ballot, he got a little more than 40. "I did it myself, practically all on Sunday," says Everline, who had not returned to City Hall since his defeat. "I went in the back door to turn my petition in." He is not running on some issue. "Just my very presence is an issue," Everline notes. He knows he will be a huge underdog in the Feb. 26 primary election. "I can live with it or without it, but I think the people deserve a choice," he says. He also thinks Sherman will become born-again some day. Win or lose, Everline will hear from me before next Christmas. The Daily Herald, Chicago, Illinois,December 22, 1990 He was buried on 29 Jun 1996 in Zion, Lake Co., Illinois. Everline, Howard Philip (I32968)
 
7894 Zady was the daughter of W. H. and Mary E. (Harrison) Bennett. She married Miles Monroe "Dink" Biggs in East Bernard, Wharton Co., Texas on Nov. 11, 1912.
Their children were: Cledrew Monroe, Carl Oswald, James Clayton "Bacher", Lawrence Eugene, and Alma (Biggs) Smith. 
Bennett, Zady Alma (I28675)
 
7895 •Birth: 22 SEP 1840 in Macon County, Illinois
•Death: 19 May 1914 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
•Burial: 21 May 1914 Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
•Census: 1850 Iowa, Madison, Pg 147A
•Census: 1856 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 114
•Census: 1860 Iowa, Madison, Winterset, Pg 147
•Census: 1870 Iowa, Madison, Union Twp, Pg 135A
•Census: 1873 Iowa, Madison, Union Twp, Pg 4
•Census: 1880 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 152B
•Census: 1885 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 102
•Census: 1895 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 202
•Census: 1900 Iowa, Madison, Grand River Twp, Pg 195A
•Census: 1910 Idaho, Nez Perce, Hatwai Prcnt, Pg 10A
•Note: In 1910, Henry was an inmate at the poor farm. 
Porter, Henry McKinzie (I11864)
 
7896 •Burial: 9 DEC 1907 Moon Cemetery, Grand River Township, Madison, Iowa
•Note: Malinda is the daughter of Aaron and Cecile (Logsdon) McKinzie.

The following is per Find-a-Grave:

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

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

Malinda and John Henry Porter had 11 children:

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

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

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

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

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

John H. Porter, born Dec 11, 1849.

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

Charles Porter, born Oct 13, 1852.

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

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

Mary Porter, born Dec 12, 1858.


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

Inscription:
At Rest Malinda Porter December 6, 1907 aged 78 years 21 days  
McKinzie, Malinda (I01443)
 

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