picture George Mackenzie

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
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Spouses and Children
       Children:
                1. Charles Mackenzie

Notes
General:
Name from Charle's marriage record.

picture Hazel May Mackenzie



      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Jun 19, 1902 - Epsom, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: Sep 1995 - South Tamworth, NH
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: William John Mackenzie
         Mother: Florence May Dow

Spouses and Children
1. *George Roland Whiting
       Marriage: Dec 7, 1925 - Tamworth, NH


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Verne Leroy Mackenzie



      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Jun 16, 1913 - Epsom, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: May 25, 1970 - Manchester, NH
         Burial: in McClary Cemetery, Epsom, N.H.
 Cause of Death: 
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Parents
         Father: William John Mackenzie
         Mother: Florence May Dow

Spouses and Children
1. *Renza E. Pingree
       Marriage: Jul 13, 1957 - Epsom, NH

Notes
General:
Enlistment record:
Birth 1913
Enlistment date 16 Sep 1942, Manchester, NH
Enlistment for the duration of the War plus six months
2 years high school, farm hand
Single without dependents.
Height 67
Weight 139

Newspaper Article
Epsom Man Is Injured
When Hit By Tree
Verne MacKenzie, 24, Is Trapped While Chopping in Woods
Released by Osborne; Taken to Hospital
Suffers Compound Fracture Of Leg, Numerous Body Bruises
EPSOM, Feb. 22 (1938) - Verne MacKenzie, 24, was seriously injured today when a large tree fell on him while he was chopping. He received a compound
fracture of the right leg and painful body bruises.
James Osborne, with whom he was working, managed to get MacKenzie from under the tree and applied a splint to the leg. He was then taken to Osborne's home. Dr. F.D. Argue of Pittsfield was called. The doctor ordered him sent to the hospital at once and he was taken by Rev. Ralph Osborn to the Margaret Pillsbury hospital where he was treated by Dr. James W. Jameson.
MacKenzie lived alone with his mother, Mrs. Florence MacKenzie, a widow.
Marriage Notes (Renza E. Pingree)
Epsom Town Report Year Ending Dec. 31, 1957:
Verne L. McKenzie, 44 to Renza E. Pingree, 42

Parents:
Wm. B. MacKenzie and Florence M. Dow
Charles J. Pingree and Ethel M. Pierce

picture William John Mackenzie

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Dec 27, 1875 - Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada
    Christening: 
          Death: Feb 1, 1934 - Epsom, NH
         Burial: in McClary Cemetery, Epsom, N.H.
 Cause of Death: 
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Parents
         Father: Charles Mackenzie
         Mother: Mary Chadwick

Spouses and Children
1. *Florence May Dow
       Marriage: May 17, 1900 - Chichester, NH
       Children:
                1. Hazel May Mackenzie
                2. Verne Leroy Mackenzie

Notes
General:
Parents and place of birth, place and date of marriage from Epsom Town report year ending 1900.

1910 US Census gives year of immigration - 1896 and alien.
1920 Census gives year of immigration - 1897: Year of naturalization, 1917.
1930 Census gives year of immigration - 1898 and first papers filed (Pa)

Middle name from World War I registration card: Sept. 12, 1918
William John MacKenzie
Addrress - Gossville, NH
Age 42, Birth December 27, 1875
Declared Alien, British
Occupation - Clerk at Silver and Young, Gossville/Epsom, Merrimack County, NH
Nearest relative - Florence May McKenzie, wife, same address.
Description, small height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair.

Birth date and place, death date and place from NHVR, NH Death records. Gives father and mother's place of birth as Scotland ( as opposed to info in Epsom Town Report on marriage record).

Merrimack County Deeds May 10, 1904 360-15 Mortgage
William J. McKenzie and Florence Ml McKenzie of Epsom to Ellen M. Hall of Epsom:
A parcel of land with buildings thereon situated in Epsom, bounded - beginning on the easterly side of the road leading from the Baptist Church to Allenstown, at a stake at the northeasterly corner of land of James M. Burhham and thence running northerly on said road 175 feet to a stake in the stone wall; thence easterly on land of Pennells 150 feet to an iron pipe driven in the round; thence southerly on land of said Pennells 80 feet to land of James M. Burnham thence westerly on land of said Burnham 200 feet to the first mentioned bound. said parcel of land containing 1/2 acre be the same more or less. Also our personal property consisting of all out household furniture of whatsoever kind or wherever found. Note for 302 dollars per month on principal until mortgage is paid. - William J. and Florence McKenzie.

MacKENZIE, William J.
February 1, 1934
Paper Unknown
William J. MacKenzie died at his home in Gossville on Thursday night February 1, after a brief illness with pneumonia. Mr. MacKenzie was born in Nova Scotia, 58 years ago, and has lived in Epsom since 1898.
He was at first connected with the shoe company at Gossville and later was employed at Silver and Young's store for nearly 20 years. His immediate survivors are the widow, Mrs. Florence Dow MacKenzie; a son, Verne MacKenzie of Epsom; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel M. Whiting of Tamworth and three grandchildren.
Services were conducted by Rev. Ralph Osborne at the Epsom Baptist church on Sunday afternoon, Rev. Ralph Barnes, formerly pastor of the Methodist church in Chichester, gave the prayer at the funeral and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes sang "The Old Rugged Cross". Mrs. Barnes also sang a solo. Burial was in the McClary Cemetery at Epsom Center.

From Rebecca Whiting Family Online Tree: Elizabeth Whiting Wynne wrote regarding William MacKenzie "I do know that your Grammie Whiting is not just turning over in her grave. She is whirling around at the mere suggestion that her family name was spelled without an a. She and my grandmother always told me that Irish people spelled the name McKenzie and Scottish people spelled the name MacKenzie. I do recall hearing one of my grandmother's neighbors (Vivian Pickard whose name was on one of the early census records) refer to my grandfather as "the Scotsman". I also recall in a local newpaper article my grandfather was referred to as William "The Scotsman" MacKenzie. My mother once said that everyone who did not call him "The Scotsman" called him William. As I recall my mother said he had a very heavy accent. I bet that was a novelty in rural NH in the late 1800's and early 1900's! Since nicknames are terms of endearment, I think that is one more sign that he was well liked and accepted in his community. Of course my grandmother being part of the Dow family may have automatically given them some respect in the community."
Marriage Notes (Florence May Dow)
Marriage from Epsom Town Report. Parents Charles and Mary (Chadwick) MacKenzie - Samule Down and Abbie Little, she born Lowell, MA, Samuel in Loudon.
William J.' aage is 24, Florence M., 17. Both residents of Epsom at time of marriage (NHVR)

picture Amy L. Mackie

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1905
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Parents
         Father: Andrew George Mackie
         Mother: Edith McAllister


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Andrew George Mackie

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Dec 23, 1872 - Illinois
    Christening: 
          Death: Jan 31, 1915 - Chicago, IL
         Burial: in Mt. Greenwood, Cemetery, Chicago, IL
 Cause of Death: 
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Parents
         Father: Robert Mackie
         Mother: Annie Fader

Spouses and Children
1. *Edith McAllister
       Marriage: Jul 12, 1899 - Chicago, IL
       Children:
                1. Robert Mackie
                2. Amy L. Mackie

Notes
General:
Seen in Marriage Record as A. George Mackie
1900 Census gives father's birthplace as Scotland, mother as Nova Scotia.
Appears in 1910 census as George.
Occupation, Banker

picture Robert Mackie

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1902
    Christening: 
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Parents
         Father: Andrew George Mackie
         Mother: Edith McAllister


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Robert Mackie

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Scotland
    Christening: 
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Spouses and Children
1. *Annie Fader
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Andrew George Mackie


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John Mackin

      Sex: M

Individual Information
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Spouses and Children
1. *Lavinia E. A. Libbey
       Marriage: 1855


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Arnold Macleod

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1893 - Nova Scotia, Canada
    Christening: 
          Death: Nov 16, 1958 - Somerville, MA
         Burial: 
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Spouses and Children
1. *Freda E. Baker
       Marriage: Aug 26, 1933
       Children:
                1. Arnold Macleod


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