James Mann McKenzie
Welcome to the James Mann McKenzie research website. This page has been created in the hope that it will act as a central location for anyone researching a genealogical connection to James Mann McKenzie and further stimulate research into his ancestry. Our goal is to provide an organised, well-documented database for all family lines descending from James Mann McKenzie who married Annie McLean.
This page represents the accumulation of many years of research, by many people who have generously shared what they know. Of these many people a special note
of thanks to Colleen Bluett who suggested that I look for "James McKenzie of Scotland". Also a special thanks to Dick Dell, Allan Williamson, Margaret Turner, Pearl Neal, Nola Leov, ... The list continues to grow
Within these pages, wherever possible, the source of the information is given. It is anticipated that knowledge of the source will give the researcher some indication of the accuracy. Information displayed without any indication of source should not be taken as absolute.
If you can disprove (or indeed prove!) anything displayed in these pages please let us know.
Do use the information for your own use, but please share your own research data with others in return. We have endeavoured to acknowledge sources so please do us the courtesy of acknowledging this site if you use information contained herein.
If you have any addenda or corrigenda or even unsubstantiated family stories which you wish to share please send them to the site manager.
Manager (Daryl Coup)
Some information displayed herein may be accompanied by an editorial comment indicating our perspective or highlighting the importance of the information. Such editorials are not presented as absolute irrefutable interpretations but are proffered as a spur for ongoing discussion. These comments will be discernible by being italicised and bracketed <<thus>>.
It is hoped to update this site monthly, depending on the availability of new information, ... and time.
Rather than postpone this indefinitely with the intention of "just finishing this or that part" ... here it is!
Last Updated 24 September 2002
What's new since the last update?
24 September 2002 - Created opening page (this one)
24 September 2002 - Updated web site