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The Descendants of John MacKenzie and Elizabeth Munro
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 MACKENZIE was born 1805 in Kintail or Isle of Skye, Scotland, and died 1878. He married ELIZABETH MUNRO. She died in Scotland per family verbal history.
Notes for JOHN MACKENZIE: It is stated in family verbal history that he immigrated from Scotland in 1835 with his son Roderick, either from the Isle of Skye or Kintail, Scotland. Family documents state: "immigrated to Canada under Lord Selkirk Polly Settlement Plan of 1805". Death notice: PEI Daily Examiner March 29, 1878 Page 3.Burial: Springton Cemetery, Plot #41, Lot 67, PEI, Canada Nationality: Scottish Occupation: Farmer
Child of JOHN MACKENZIE and ELIZABETH MUNRO is:
2. i. RODERICK2 MACKENZIE, b. 1825, Kintail, Scotland; d. January 20, 1897, Victoria West, PEI, Canada.
Generation No. 2
2. RODERICK2 MACKENZIE (JOHN1) was born 1825 in Kintail, Scotland, and died January 20, 1897 in Victoria West, PEI, Canada. He married CATHERINE MACLEOD April 22, 1846. She was born January 01, 1823, and died 1911 in PEI, Canada.
Notes for RODERICK MACKENZIE: An indenture dated May 26, 1864 between Roderick MacKenzie and Dame Louisa Augusta Wood states that Roderick Mackenzie leased approximately 100 acres of land in lot 67 , parcel 61 for the yearly rent of 5 pounds, eleven shillings and two pence. The parcel is described as: "by a line commencing at stake placed in the north side of the Anderson's Road at the southwest angle of fifty acres now or lately held by Donald Matheson. It runs thence north one hundred and one and a half chains to the Road,....aforesaid, and thence following the side of the Road Easterly to the place of common ?, the said courses being according to the Magnetic variation of the year one thousand and seven hundred and sixty four (1764) agreeably to a plan of the said premises in the margin of those ?." Rent is to be paid yearly on the first day of January to Dame Louisa Augusta Wood, her Heirs or Assigns, or to her attorney at a place appointed by her attorney. The first due date for rent was January 1, 1865. Roderick was also required to pay the land tax and all manner of taxes, assessments and impositions whatsoever, parliamentary or otherwise.
This document was signed by Roderick MacKenzie and witnessed by Charles Wright, Dame Louisa Augusta's attorney. It was notarized by Allan Bethune. On the face page of the original indenture there is written the name of one Duncan MacKenzie dated December 30, 1882, stated as a deed. The 1880 Prince Edward Island Atlas shows Duncan MacKenzie living on this parcel of land at that time. Roderick MacKenzie is listed as living on this land prior to May 26, 1864.
Regarding the proprietor of the land leased by Roderick MacKenzie in Lot 67, Rose Valley/Springton, PEI, Canada: Lady Louisa Augusta Wood was the daughter of General Edmund Fanning, Lieutenant Governor of PEI from 1786-1805 and Phoebe Maria Burns. She lived on PEI during her childhood and moved to England with her family ca 1805. Louisa was married at Ealing, County of Middlesex, England 28 June 1830, to Sir Gabriel Wood, a General in the English Army. She died in Bath, England on 19 March, 1872. Lady Wood and her two sisters, Mariah Susanna Matilda and Margaret William Tryon inherited land on PEI from their father.
The following is taken from the Abegweit Revue page 53 - Fall 1990, Volume 6, Number 2.
"Governor Fanning, who was Lieutenant-Governor of PEI from 1786-1804 willed most of his land to his 2 daughters. Governor Fanning apparently became interested in the plight of the MicMac Indians.
According to Judge Arsenault's memoirs, one of the daughters married a Colonel Wood of England (Sir Gabriel Wood). Dame Louisa Augusta Wood, as a young girl resided here with her father and evidently became interested in the MicMac Indians of PEI. By her last will and testament, bearing the date May 5th, 1870, she gave to trustees appointed by her, 2,573 acres of land on lot or township 67 in Queen's County, to be sold and the proceeds held in trust, one half for the education of the deaf and dumb and the other half for the Indians of PEI."
Note: from Helen Craswell from whom this information was derived: "My family found an indenture made between Sir Gabriel Wood and his consort Lady Louisa Augusta Wood and James Orr, signed on April 10, 1837. The document was witnessed by Maria Matilda Fanning. A portion of this property was later purchased by my ancestor, James Miller Stevenson of lot 67 and the document was found in a tin box in the attic of his Grandson a number of years ago." (December 2002)
More About RODERICK MACKENZIE: Burial: Tyne Valley Presbyterian Cemetery, PEI, Canada (old section) Nationality: Scottish Occupation: 1881 and 1891 Census: farmer Religion: Presbyterian
Notes for CATHERINE MACLEOD: Family verbal history states she lived to be 107 years of age which is in conflict with family tree information provided by John Gordon MacKenzie stating she died in 1911. The 1901 lot 13 census states that she immigrated from Scotland in 1845. Family verbal history states she was from the Isle of Skye. Burial: Tyne Valley Presbyterian Cemetery, PEI, Canada (no headstone, possibly with Roderick) Nationality: Scottish Religion: Presbyterian
Children of RODERICK MACKENZIE and CATHERINE MACLEOD are:
i. CATHERINE3 MACKENZIE?. Baptism: 1849, Breadalbane, PEI, Canada
3. ii. MURDOCH MACKENZIE?, b. Bet. 1844 - 1849, Lot 67, PEI, Canada?; d. Abt. 1893.
iii. MARGARET MACKENZIE?, b. 1845, Lot 67, PEI, Canada.
Notes for MARGARET MACKENZIE?: There is a question as to whether Roderick was the birth father of Margaret or if she arrived with her Mother from Scotland in 1845 and was later adopted by Roderick MacKenzie.Baptism: 1855, Breadalbane United Church, Lot 67, PEI, Canada
4. iv. ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, b. 1849, Lot 67, PEI, Canada; d. 1937, Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada.
v. JOHN MACKENZIE, b. November 1849, Lot 67, PEI, Canada. Baptism: July 1855, Breadalbane United, Lot 67, PEI, Canada Occupation: Shoemaker
vi. JAMES MACKENZIE, b. February 1851.Baptism: July 1855, Breadalbane United, Lot 67, PEI, Canada
5. vii. DONALD "NANA" MACKENZIE, b. October 15, 1856, PEI, Canada; d. March 07, 1948, Assiniboia, Sask., Canada.
6. viii. MALCOLM ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, b. November 15, 1857, County Line, Lot 67, PEI, Canada; d. August 1931, Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada.
ix. JAMES MACKENZIE, b. February 02, 1860, Lot 67, PEI, Canada. Baptism: August 15, 1861, Breadalbane United, Lot 67, PEI, Canada by Rev. Donald Morrison Occupation: 1881 Census: Farmer 1891 Census: Tailor or Sailor "?"
x. ANGUS MACKENZIE, b. January 01, 1863. Was institutionalized in Summerside or Charlottetown, PEI at some point in his life due to a breakdown over the loss of a woman he loved. Never married. No issue. Baptism: April 03, 1964, Breadalbane United, Lot 67, PEI, Canada by Rev. Alexander Campbell Nationality: Canadian Occupation: 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census: Farmer Religion: Presbyterian
Generation No. 3
3. MURDOCH3 MACKENZIE? (RODERICK2 MACKENZIE, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1844 - 1849 in Lot 67, PEI, Canada?, and died Abt. 1893. He married MARY J. (MAREY) MACLEOD 1871, daughter of MALCOLM MACLEOD and MARY MACLEOD. She was born Bet. 1844 - 1854, and died Abt. 1891.
Notes for MURDOCH MACKENZIE?: There is a question whether Murdoch is a child of Roderick MacKenzie and Catherine MacLeod. Birth records have been found stating he was born October 10, 1847 and baptized October 11, 1847, it is believed in Breadalbane United Church, lot 67. Other individuals believe he was born in 1844 in Edinburgh, Scotland (per a family bible) or 1849 on PEI, Canada. The same confusion rests with his wife's birth place and time (1844 or 1854 in Victoria West, PEI, Canada or Edinburgh Scotland). The family possesses a photo of Mary J. MacKenzie, believed to be his wife, Mary J. MacLeod. Mary J. MacLeod's sister Catherine MacLeod, married Alexander MacKenzie (?brother of Murdoch and potentially of Duncan MacKenzie (1844-1933 of Springton, PEI) and moved to Woodbine and Logan, Iowa, USA. There is also confusion as to cause of death for both Mary J. and Murdoch. Mary J. is stated to either have died of a 2 month illness or in a carriage accident. Murdoch is stated to either have died in a lumber (explosives) accident or from stomach cancer, both in the early to mid-1890's.
Notes for MARY J. (MAREY) MACLEOD: Listed in the 1891 census for lot 13.
Marriage Notes for MURDOCH MACKENZIE? and MARY MACLEOD: The Marriage License book 1863-1871 states: Murdock C. MacKenzie Bachelor, lot 67 to Mary J. MacLeod, spinster, lot 22. Granted 12 Jan. 1871, Rev. Thomas Duncan.
Children of MURDOCH MACKENZIE? and MARY MACLEOD are:
i. SARAH ANN "ANNIE"4 MACKENZIE, b. November 19, 1871, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; m. FRED LINGLEY, October 20, 1894, New Brunswick, Canada; b. 1871; d. 1935. Moved to Washington State, USA.
ii. MARY ELIZABETH MACKENZIE, b. January 18, 1873, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; m. TWEED BARLOW; d. Breadalbane, PEI, Canada.
More About MARY ELIZABETH MACKENZIE: Residence: At time of Sarah Anne MacKenzie's death, Wellington, Canada
iii. CATHERINE "KATIE" MARGARET MACKENZIE, b. October 15, 1874, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; m. ARTHUR WILLIAM WATTERS, Aptohaqui, Canada; b. December 20, 1869, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada.
iv. EFFIE CHRISTINA MACKENZIE, b. May 17, 1876, Victoria West, PEI, Canada. Is not listed on the 1881or 1891 census for lot 13 so may have died young.
v. DONALD MORRISON MACKENZIE, b. October 09, 1877, Victoria West, PEI, Canada.
vi. MARY "MAUD" CATHERINE MACKENZIE, b. June 23, 1879.
vii. JOHN MALCOLM MACKENZIE, b. June 13, 1881, Victoria West, PEI, Canada. Died in a drowning accident and was never married. Residence: 1920, Census-Tumwater Township, WA, USA
viii. ALEXANDER MURDOCK MACKENZIE, b. December 10, 1883, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; d. 1965. Moved in with the James Harris family when his mother died (Aunt on Mother's side) in the Cardigan area. He was about 7 years old then. Alexander believed his father died when he was about 12. He lived in the Lorne Valley for a time after his Aunt died, later moving to Washington State, USA, marrying and raising a family. Nationality: Canadian Naturalization: USA
ix. EFFIE JANE MACKENZIE, b. April 24, 1886, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; m. HENRY PARQUETTE; d. St. Albans, Vermont, USA.
More About EFFIE JANE MACKENZIE: Residence: At time of her sister Sarah Anne MacKenzie's death Vermont, MA, USA
x. THOMAS (TOMMAS) CORBET MACKENZIE, b. October 08, 1888, Victoria West, PEI, Canada. Raised by another family following his mother's death. Moved to Washington State, USA and raised a family. Nationality: Canadian Naturalization: USA
xi. WILLIAM CAMPBELL MACKENZIE, b. April 19, 1891. May have moved to Massachusetts, USA
4. ALEXANDER3 MACKENZIE (RODERICK2, JOHN1) was born 1849 in Lot 67, PEI, Canada, and died 1937 in Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada. He married JESSIE GILLIS Abt. 1880. She was born October 22, 1862, and died 1939.
Notes for ALEXANDER MACKENZIE: 1901 Census lists Alexander MacKenzie's birthdate as Sept. 15, 1852, but headstone states 1849. Baptism: 1850, Breadalbane United Church, Lot 67, PEI, Canada Burial: Victoria West Peoples' Cemetary, Victoria West, PEI, Canada Nationality: Canadian Occupation: 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census: Farmer: also a Potato Inspector, School Superintendant Religion: Presbyterian
More About JESSIE GILLIS: Burial: Victoria West Peoples' Cemetary, Victoria West, PEI, Canada Religion: Presbyterian
Marriage Notes for ALEXANDER MACKENZIE and JESSIE GILLIS: Marriage Licenses, PEI Archives 1871-1881 Page 205 states Jessie Gillis of Heartsville, lot 30 to Alexander MacKenzie (bachelor and spinster) Victoria West, lot 13; granted 1880, November 10, directed to Rev. Isaac Murray; bondsman, Murdoch Gillis.
Children of ALEXANDER MACKENZIE and JESSIE GILLIS are:
i. ROY4 MACKENZIE. Military service: Pte in 105th Battalion
ii. MARY (MAREY) I. MACKENZIE, b. Abt. 1882.
iii. CATHERINE MACKENZIE, b. Abt. 1884.
iv. JOHN ALEXANDER (MCKENZIE) MACKENZIE, b. July 21, 1885, PEI, Canada; d. October 30, 1971, Trenton, Wayne County, Michigan, USA; m. ESTHER OLIVE GARDNER, Lucknow, Ontario Canada?; b. June 03, 1889, Luckno, Ashfield Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada; d. March 04, 1954, home at Taylor, Wayne County, Michigan, USA.
More About JOHN ALEXANDER (MCKENZIE) MACKENZIE: Baptism: October 27, 1898 Burial: November 02, 1971, Grand Lawn Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure Medical Information: Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease Occupation: Self employed as a coal dealer
More About ESTHER OLIVE GARDNER: Burial: Grand Lawn Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Cause of Death: Massive Heart Attack
v. JAMES MACKENZIE, b. October 15, 1887; m. AGATHA ?.
More About JAMES MACKENZIE: Baptism: October 27, 1898
vi. CHARLES G. MACKENZIE, b. November 28, 1889. Baptism: October 27, 1898 Military service: PVT. in 105th Battalion
vii. MARGARET MACKENZIE, b. February 24, 1893; d. PEI, Canada; m. WALTER RUSSELL SHAW; b. December 20, 1887, West River, PEI, Canada; d. 1981, PEI, Canada.
Notes for MARGARET MACKENZIE: Spent winters at the Charlottetown Hotel for the last 20-25 years of her life. Spent summer on Shaw family homestead near Strathgartney, PEI "Strathnairn". Baptism: October 27, 1898 Occupation: Registered Nurse, Housewife
Notes for WALTER RUSSELL SHAW: Walter Russell Shaw was born on December 20, 1887 at West River on the farm originally settled by his Great Grandfather in 1806. He received his early education at Prince of Wales College in Charlottetown, went on to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College at Truro and completed his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture at the University of Toronto. Following his university education, he returned to his native province and entered the farming industry where he earned a reputation as a livestock breeder. He showed outstanding ability as a livestock judge, particularly in the horse ring.
Walter Shaw joined the Provincial Government of Agriculture and served in many capacities including Deputy Minister from 1934-1954. During his tenure of service, practically every reform and improvement in island agriculture was influenced and launched under his direction. One outstanding program was Bovine Tuberculosis testing but mention must be made of his work with junior farmers and the Rural Youth Training program.
He was responsible for the launching of the Prince Edward Island Federation of Agriculture and served as its general Secretary as well as a Director of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. He established the Agricultural Council of the province and was instrumental in organizing the Rural Development Council.
He entered politics in 1957 when he was named leader of the Progressive Conservative Legislature. He fought and won the General Election in 1959, carrying 22 of the 30 seats in the Provincial Legislature. He was then 71 years of age and it marked the first time in Canada that a past civil servant had won such a single victory. With his election in 1959, he became the 22nd Premier of Prince Edward Island, a post he held until 1966. He retired from politics, personally undefeated in 1970.
During Premier Shaw's administration, expansion was undertaken in many fields, including the food processing industry, the Regional High School system, the building of a new Provincial Administration Building, and a revamping of salary and employment conditions in the Provincial Civil Service.
During his lifetime Walter Shaw received many honours. He was decorated by Royalty on three occasions, a Jubilee Medal in 1935, a M.B.E. and Citation in 1950 and a Coronation Medal. He also received Honorary Degrees from St. Dunstan's University and Mount Allison, and was also awarded the Canada Medal of Merit. Burial: St. Catherines Pioneer Cemetery, PEI, Canada (known as Shaw Cemetery)
viii. KATIE MACKENZIE, b. Abt. 1894; d. November 06, 1903. Family verbal history states that she may have died of diptheria. Burial: Victoria West Peoples' Cemetary, Victoria West, PEI Canada
ix. RAY S. MACKENZIE, b. January 07, 1896.
x. CLARENCE MURDOCH MACKENZIE, b. October 27, 1899; d. August 1961; m. NELLIE EUPHEMIA MCCULLOCH, February 1936, Stettler, Alberta, Canada.
Notes for CLARENCE MURDOCH MACKENZIE: Worked on the harvest excusions in 1934 or 1935. Worked for a rancher on a farm located between Delburne and Drumheller, Alberta, where he met his wife who was a cook working there as well. Baptism: July 29, 1914 Cause of Death: Anurism Education: Prince of Wales College, PEI Military service: WW11 Veteran Occupation: School Teacher, Victoria West, PEI, Coal Miner in Drumheller, Alberta, Farmer in Erskine, Alberta
xi. WILLIAM C. MACKENZIE, b. October 27, 1899.
xii. ROLAND MYRICK MACKENZIE, b. June 12, 1902. Baptism: July 29, 1914 Occupation: Ferry employee, PEI, Canada
xiii. KATHERINE MACKENZIE, b. May 07, 1905. Occupation: Registered Nurse
5. DONALD "NANA"3 MACKENZIE (RODERICK2, JOHN1) was born October 15, 1856 in PEI, Canada, and died March 07, 1948 in Assiniboia, Sask., Canada. He married ELIZABETH "LIBBY" MACARTHUR July 11, 1878 in Summerside, PEI Canada, daughter of ALEXANDER MACARTHUR and ELIZABETH ABBOTT. She was born May 04, 1858, and died March 22, 1921 in Assiniboia, Sask., Canada.
Notes for DONALD "NANA" MACKENZIE: He died on a Sunday afternoon, probably of pneumonia. Granddaughter, Ethel Lila MacKenzie was there, studying for a test on Chaucer. They were very close to one another. Location of grave in Assiniboia Cemetary is unknown. No headstone was installed and there appears to be no record of its location. Grandson, Wilbert MacKenzie researched this in the 1980's. Family always wished he could have been buried with his wife, Elizabeth MacArthur in Tyne Valley Presbyterian Cemetery, PEI, Canada but funds were not available at the time. Burial: 1948, Assiniboia Cemetery, Sask., Canada Nationality: Canadian Occupation: 1881 , 1891 and 1901 Census: Farmer Religion: Presbyterian Residence: Victoria West, PEI; Assiniboia, Sask., Canada Retirement: Assiniboia, Sask., Canada
Notes for ELIZABETH "LIBBY" MACARTHUR: Died in Assiniboia, Sask. at home of son, James Leslie MacKenzie of an apparent heart attack whilst going to back porch of home to get milk. Was well loved and adored by family. Husband Donald took her back to Tyne Valley, PEI to be buried next to her son Arthur who died of diptheria when 12 years of age. It was his only trip back to PEI after leaving in the 1905-1910 period to be with his son and daughter in law in Assiniboia, Sask.. They left as he was purported to have a heart condition and their eldest living son John Campbell had chosen not to work the farm. He lived to be 91. Burial: 1921, Tyne Valley, PEI, Canada (Old Section) Nationality: Canadian Religion: Presbyterian Residence: Tyne Valley, PEI?, Victoria West, PEI; Assiniboia, Sask., Canada Retirement: , Canada
Marriage Notes for DONALD MACKENZIE and ELIZABETH MACARTHUR: Marriage certificate states: Donald McKenzie of Victoria West Lot 13 marrying Elizabeth McArthur of Victoria West Lot 13 on 11 July 1878 at Summerside, PEI by Rev. Neil MacKay. Witnesses: Albert E. McArthur and Maggie Calloghan.
Children of DONALD MACKENZIE and ELIZABETH MACARTHUR are:
i. ALEXANDER ARTHUR4 MACKENZIE, b. June 11, 1879, PEI, Canada; d. April 13, 1891, Victoria West, PEI Canada. Burial: Tyne Valley, PEI, Canada (Old Section) Cause of Death: Diptheria Nationality: Canadian Religion: Presbyterian Residence: Victoria West, PEI, Canada
ii. JOHN CAMPBELL MACKENZIE, b. July 07, 1882, Summerside, PEI, Canada; d. 1950, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada; m. MATILDA BRIDGE, 1911, Assiniboia, Sask. Canada; b. County Clare, Ireland.
More About JOHN CAMPBELL MACKENZIE: Burial: June 16, 1950, Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada Grave 6, Plot 121, Block 21 Nationality: Canadian Religion: Presbyterian
Notes for MATILDA BRIDGE: Matilda asked her niece, Ethel Lila MacKenzie (Stichbury) to sing "Shall We Gather At the River" at the funeral of John Campbell MacKenzie which was held at the Jones Funeral Home in Moose Jaw, Sask. Canada. After her husband's death Matilda Bridge moved to the West Coast of Canada, remarried a George Stoneman and in 1957 was living in White Rock, BC. Family verbal history states that she may have died intestate in the 1970's in British Columbia, Canada and was perhaps in a nursing home/mental facility at the time of her death. Burial: Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada
iii. JAMES LESLIE "LES" MACKENZIE, b. April 03, 1886, Summerside, PEI, Canada; d. March 26, 1973, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada; m. ANNIE ETHEL JONES, April 13, 1910, Moose Jaw, Sask. Canada; b. August 09, 1890, Perth, Ontario, Canada; d. January 11, 1976, Assiniboia, Sask.,Canada.
Notes for JAMES LESLIE "LES" MACKENZIE: Moved to Moose Jaw, Sask. in 1905 from PEI, Canada and opened real estate business. Moved to Assiniboia, Sask. in 1916 and continued in real estate business for a time. Prior to 1912 Assiniboia was called Leeville. Burial: 1973, Moose Jaw Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Grave #3, Lot A, Block 147 Nationality: Canadian Occupation: J. L. MacKenzie Real Estate Co., Service Station Owner - White Rose Franchise, Tree Grower, Insurance Salesman, Feed Store Operator, Collection Agent, 1956 in Moose Jaw - J.L. MacKenzie Nurseries Religion: Presbyterian Residence: Victoria West, PEI; Assiniboia, Sask.; Chestnut St., Main Street, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada Retirement: 911 Brown Street, Moose Jaw, Sask. Canada
More About ANNIE ETHEL JONES: Burial: 1976, Moose Jaw Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Grave #3, Lot A, Block 147 Nationality: Canadian Occupation: Housewife Religion: Presbyterian Residence: Perth, Ont.; Assiniboia,; Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada Retirement: Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada
Marriage Notes for JAMES MACKENZIE and ANNIE JONES: They met in Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada.
6. MALCOLM ALEXANDER3 MACKENZIE (RODERICK2, JOHN1) was born November 15, 1857 in County Line, Lot 67, PEI, Canada, and died August 1931 in Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada. He married MARGARET "MALINDA" MACARTHUR Abt. 1889, daughter of WILLIAM MACARTHUR and REBECCA PICKERING. She was born February 10, 1865 in Freeland, Lot 11, PEI, Canada, and died April 01, 1944 in Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada.
Notes for MALCOLM ALEXANDER MACKENZIE: Family verbal history states that Malcolm and Melinda may be buried in the same gravesite as Roderick MacKenzie in Tyne Valley Presbyterian Cemetery. Baptism: August 15, 1861, Breadalbane United, Lot 67, PEI, Canada, by Rev. Donald Morrison Burial: Tyne Valley Cemetery, PEI, Canada (Old Section - no headstone present) Nationality: Canadian Occupation: 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census: Farmer, Oyster Fisherman Religion: Prebyterian
More About MARGARET "MALINDA" MACARTHUR: Burial: Tyne Valley Cemetery, PEI, Canada (Old Section - no headstone present) Cause of Death: Stroke per verbal family history. Nationality: Canadian Religion: Presbyterian
Children of MALCOLM MACKENZIE and MARGARET MACARTHUR are:
i. JOHN WILLIAM4 MACKENZIE, b. April 12, 1890, Sheep River, Victoria West, PEI, Canada; d. January 1963, Maine, USA; m. (1) ELOIL ALLBEE BRIDE, July 04, 1927, Millinocket, Maine, USA; m. (2) ELSIE E. MEADER, March 27, 1948, Augusta, Maine, USA; m. (3) ELIZABETH M. SHEPHERD, September 1958, Maine, USA; b. Augusta, Maine, USA?.
Notes for JOHN WILLIAM MACKENZIE: As per family verbal history John William left PEI very young and had more than one wife and no issue are known of. Family history also states that he worked in a Veterans home, possibly in Augusta, Maine, USA named the Augusta Mental Health Institute (AMHI). Also stated is that he likely died from a heart attack while shovelling snow. His brother, Roland MacKenzie is believed to have received a call to this effect at some point in time. He did not attend the funeral. Baptism: September 6, 1891 Burial: Old Maine Cemetery, Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine USA? Residence: Augusta, Maine, USA? - 1948
Marriage Notes for JOHN MACKENZIE and ELIZABETH SHEPHERD: Marriage Certificate #5387, Marriage Archives, Maine, USA.
ii. IDA MAY MACKENZIE, b. May 06, 1894, Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada; d. January 11, 1986, Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada; m. CHARLES T. MACLENNAN, March 26, 1912, Bedford, PEI, Canada; b. May 08, 1884; d. February 16, 1960, Victoria West, Lot 13, PEI, Canada.
Notes for IDA MAY MACKENZIE: She had a cheerful disposition and was a faithful member of Victoria West Presbyterian Church and Ladies Aid. She was also a Sunday school teacher and an avid cook. Baptism: 1895 Burial: 1986, Victoria West Peoples' Cemetary, Victoria West, PEI, Canada Cause of Death: Complications due to gangrene Medical Information: One leg was amputated past her knees due to poor circulation. Religion: Presbyterian
More About CHARLES T. MACLENNAN: Burial: Victoria West Peoples' Cemetary, Victoria West, PEI, Canada
iii. ROLAND LESLIE MACKENZIE, b. June 10, 1902, Victoria West, Lot 13, Higgins Road, PEI, Canada; d. November 24, 1980; m. September 09, 1948, Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada. Was known by his family for his ability to dance. He was also an avid runner. Married by Rev. Langille. Burial: Millvale United Church Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada Cause of Death: Complications due to gangrene Medical Information: He froze his feet and gangrene set in. His feet were amputated, then his legs, past his knees. Gangrene went to his heart which caused his death. Occupation: CNR employee and employee of Pictou Shipyards during WW II Religion: Presbyterian