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Frank MACK3,550 was born on 14 Feb 1884 in Vinton, Benton, Io.3,550 He died in 1975.3,550 He is reference number 572.

Spouse: Laura BOLARD. Frank MACK and Laura BOLARD were married on 2 Sep 1916.3,550 Reference Number:17325


Living MACK.3 Parents: Living MACK.

Spouse: Living HORSWELL.


Living MACK.3

Children were: Living MACK.


Living MACK.3

Spouse: Living BOYKIN. Children were: Living BOYKIN.


Living MACK.3

Spouse: Living GURLEY. Children were: Living GURLEY.


Lucy MACK4,5 was born about 1776.4,5 She is reference number SM010402s.

Spouse: Joseph SMITH. Joseph SMITH and Lucy MACK were married on 24 Jan 1796 in Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont.4,5


Roselema MACK2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30499.

Spouse: Dewitt Clinton BURRIS. Dewitt Clinton BURRIS and Roselema MACK were married. Reference Number:573854 Children were: Harriet BURRIS.


Solomon MACK (Q.V.) Howard7,234 was born before 1861 in The Elder.

Spouse: Lura Alfreda NASH. Solomon MACK (Q.V.) Howard and Lura Alfreda NASH were married. Children were: William Brown HOWARD.


Daniel MACKAMAN3,203,206 was born on 7 Jan 1803 in PA.3,203,206 He died on 13 Mar 1882 in Buried In Zion Cemetery Monroe Twp, Ohio.3,203,206 He is reference number 41751. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Spouse: Lucinda BRADFORD. Daniel MACKAMAN and Lucinda BRADFORD were married. Reference Number:732608 Children were: Rebecca MACKAMAN.


Rebecca MACKAMAN3,203,206 was born in 1836 in Carroll County, Ohio.3,203,206 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 40651. Parents: Daniel MACKAMAN and Lucinda BRADFORD.

Spouse: William Calhoun SEMPLE. William Calhoun SEMPLE and Rebecca MACKAMAN were married on 30 Oct 1856 in Carroll County , Ohio.3,203 Reference Number:728868 Children were: Marietta SEMPLE, Orpha Ruth SEMPLE, Sarah Jane SEMPLE, Daniel James SEMPLE, Samuel L. SEMPLE.


Living MACKAN.395

Spouse: James Ross STEWART. Children were: Living STEWART, Living STEWART, Living STEWART.


Living MACKAY.5,128

Spouse: Living JOUDREY. Children were: Living JOUDREY, Living JOUDREY, Living JOUDREY.


Jane MACKELFRESH.188

Spouse: John BURGESS.


Mary Macveigh MACKELLER5,128 was born about 1875.5,128 She is reference number 8635.

Spouse: Albert Elgin MOTT. Albert Elgin MOTT and Mary Macveigh MACKELLER were married about 1906.5 Reference Number:32402 Children were: Harold Mackeller MOTT, Mary Josephine MOTT.


[Princess Of Scotland] Anleta MACKENNETH7,161,233,492 was born about 968 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.162 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She was also known as Alice Thora Donada. She died in Scotland.162 [1727820_EWrottesleyCut61.FTW]
REFN: 9746 Parents: . Parents: . Parents: King Of Scotland Malcolm II MACKENNETH II and Queen Of Scotland Aelgifu SIGURDSDATTER.

Spouse: [Jarl Of Orkney] Sigurd II Digri HLODVERSSON. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] They were married about 988 in Scotland.162 _STATMARRIED Children were: [Earl Of Orkney] Thorfinn II SIGURDSSON, \Earl Of Orkney\ Thorfinn SIGURDSSON, Ellen SIGURDSTATTER, Earl Of Orkney THORFINN, Turfin SIGURDSSON II, [Earl Of Orkney] Brusi SIGURDSSON.

Spouse: Finlaech De MORAY. Finlaech De MORAY and [Princess Of Scotland] Anleta MACKENNETH were married in 1004 in , , , Scotland.


King Of Scotland Malcolm II MACKENNETH II7,14,21,27,32,105,115,122,175,176,261,492 was born in 954 in Scotland.20,32,50,1105 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 25 Nov 1034 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland (Murdered).20,81,115,527 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Malcolm II Of Alba King Of Scots.46,47,48 He was also known as Melkolf. He was also known as Malcolm II Mael-Colim Mackenneth II.64,103,120 He was buried in Isle Of Iona, Argyllshire, Scotland. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Malcolm took advantage of the fact that the English were preoccupied with Danis h raids and marched south, winning the Battle of Carham against the Angles in 1 018 and thereby regaining Lothian. Thirteen years later King Canute invaded Sc otland and forced Malcolm to submit to him. However, Canute seems to have reco gnized Malcolm's possession of Lothian.

After Malcolm II's reign, Scottish s uccession was based on the principle of direct descent. Previously, succession was determined by tanistry - during a king's lifetime an heir was chosen and k nown as "tanaiste rig" (second to the king).
Also Known As:<_AKA> Malcolm II of Alba /King of Alba/
Cause of Death:<CAUS> M urdered by his kinsman.
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2 PLAC Conquered Lothian 1018.
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2 PLAC King of Al ba, Strathclyde, Scotland.
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2 PLAC Said to have married an Irish woman from Ossory.
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2 PLAC Defeated the Danes, 1 017.
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2 PLAC Fought in 1008 at Carham with Uchtred, son of Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria.
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Acceded 1005-1034.[large-G675.FTW]

Malcolm I I King Of Scotland fought a battle in 1008 at Carham with Uchtred, sone of Walt heof, Earl of Northumbrians, and overcame the Danes, 1017. He published a code of laws and was murdered 25 November 1034. '1004 Malcolm the son of Kenneth, a most victorious king, reigned 30 years through, On 1034 Malcolm King of Scots d ied.'

Source: 'Ancestrial Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England b etween 1623 and 1650', 1969, Frederick Lewis Weis[Pullen010502.FTW]

Malcolm II King Of Scotland fought a battle in 1008 at Ca rham withUchtred, sone of Waltheof, Earl of Northumbrians, and overcame theDane s, 1017. He published a code of laws and was murdered 25 November1034. '1004 Ma lcolm the son of Kenneth, a most victorious king,reigned 30 years through, On 1 034 Malcolm King of Scots died.'

Source: 'Ancestrial Roots of Sixty Colonist s Who Came to New Englandbetween 1623 and 1650', 1969, Frederick Lewis Weis, p 111.


Downloaded from Bradford_Taylor on rootsweb.comHe was mortally wounded by rival branches of the royal house.
King of the Scot s. Williamson, in Chart No. 18, says he was King of Alba.
(Alba is Albany, mod ern Scotland north of the Forth & Clyde.)

OCCU King of Alba ...
SOUR Americ ans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning;COMYNR.TAF, p. 1 says ABT 958;
Royal ty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121; www.rootsweb.com/gumby says
ABT 970, Scotland; COLLINS.ROY says 954;PHILIP.GED (Compserve),772 says 954
SOUR R oyal Scotland, Jean Goodman, p. 225; www.rootsweb.com/gumby ;
Royalty for Com moners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121;
PHILIP.GED (Compserve), 772;al7fl.abts.net /green-page/greenged.html ;
SOUR The Survival of Scotland, Eric Linklater
PAG E 18
QUAY 2
mortally wounded by rival branches of royal house 1034, conquered Lothian 1018
Castle of Edinburgh - Royal Scotland, Jean Goodman, p. 225; King of the Scots-
COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 3; of Scotland - COMYNR.TAF ( Compuserve),p.1
; Malcolm II Alpin, King of Scots - COMYNI.GED(Compuserve):Rei gned 1005-1034 -
RULERS.SCT (Compuserve);After killing Gruoch's grandfather, h ad her brother
murdered-The Survival of Scotland, Eric Linklater, p. 19
MALCO LM II, son of KENNETH II, was King of Strathclyde, 990-995; King of Scotland, 1 005-1034; fought in battle in 1008 at Corham with Uchtred, son of Waltheof, Ear l of Northumberland; overcame the
danes in 1017; published a code of laws - Ro yalty for
Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121
King of Scots 25 March 1005 to 25 NOV 1034. Fought in battle in 1008 at Corham with Uchtred son of Waltheo f,Earl of Northumberland. Overcame the Danes in 1017. Published a set of Law s. Murdered
1034.
- HAWKINS.GED

GIVN Malcolm (Mael-Colium) II King of
SU RN Scotland
NSFX King of Strathclyde
TITL Royalty for Commoners: The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philip
AUTH Roderick W. Stuart
PUBL 3rd ed., 1998, Genealogical Publishing C o., Inc., Baltimore, MD
ABBR Royalty for Commoners
TITL Royalty for Commoner s: The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of Eng land, and Queen Philip
AUTH Roderick W. Stuart
PUBL 3rd ed., 1998, Genealogic al Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD
ABBR Royalty for Commoners
TITL Royal ty for Commoners: The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward I II, King of England, and Queen Philip
AUTH Roderick W. Stuart
PUBL 3rd ed., 1 998, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD
ABBR Royalty for Common ers
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ABBR Enf-Bry
STA T LIVE
murdered Dead
TITL Royalty for Commoners: The Complete Known Lineage o f John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philip
AUTH Ro derick W. Stuart
PUBL 3rd ed., 1998, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Balti more, MD
ABBR Royalty for Commoners
DATE 11 NOV 1999
TIME 18:45:23 Parents: Kenneth II Cinaed SCOTLAND King Of Scotland and Unknown UNKNOWN. Parents: Kenneth II Cinaed SCOTLAND King Of Scotland. Parents: . Parents: King Of Scots Kenneth II. Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: AELGIFU. Children were: Princess Of Scotland Bethoc MAC KENNETH.

Spouse: Queen Of Scotland Aelgifu SIGURDSDATTER. King Of Scotland Malcolm II MACKENNETH II and Queen Of Scotland Aelgifu SIGURDSDATTER were married about 983 in Scotland. 22:13

SOUR www.rootsweb.com/gumby Children were: Princess Of Scotland OLITH, Princess Of Scotland Bethoc MAC KENNETH, Princess Of Scotland DONALDA, [Princess Of Scotland] Anleta MACKENNETH, Lady Falaise Doda FALAISE.

Children were: Princess Of Scotland Bethoc MAC KENNETH, Anleta OF SCOTLAND, Of Alba DONADA.


Bruce MACKENZIE.5

Spouse: Mary Ellen TAGGART.


Living MACKENZIE.404

Spouse: Living RAMEY.


Living MACKENZIE.3

Spouse: Living DAWSON. Children were: Living MACKENZIE, Dr. Living MACKENZIE.


Living MACKENZIE.3 Parents: Living MACKENZIE and Living DAWSON.

Spouse: Living MARTINEZ. Children were: Living MARTINEZ, Living MARTINEZ.


Dr. Living MACKENZIE.3 Parents: Living MACKENZIE and Living DAWSON.

Spouse: Living THOMPSON. Children were: Living THOMPSON, Living THOMPSON.


Margaret Ann MACKENZIE.404

Spouse: Myles RAINSFORTH. Children were: Orland RAINSFORTH.


Frederick MACKERCHAR3,450 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 28826.

Spouse: Margaret PONTIUS. Frederick MACKERCHAR and Margaret PONTIUS were married. Reference Number:542309 Children were: Living MACKERCHAR.


Living MACKERCHAR.3 Parents: Frederick MACKERCHAR and Margaret PONTIUS.

Spouse: Hewlitt BEAN. Children were: Living BEAN, Living BEAN, Living BEAN, Living BEAN.


Joan MACKERNESS7,43 was born about 1470.

Spouse: Edward SAUNDERS. Edward SAUNDERS and Joan MACKERNESS were married. Children were: Lawrence SAUNDERS, Thomas SAUNDERS, John SAUNDERS, Joan SAUNDERS, Grace SAUNDERS, Isabel SAUNDERS, William SAUNDERS.


Ann MACKEY2,3 died before 1775 in , Adams Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She was born in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 She is reference number 30809. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.381,426.
(2) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.69.

!Birth: (1) d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Frances Hobson: (1) 25 9th mo. 1741, Ballyhagen Meeting House.
Among the signers were Francis Hobson, Ann Hobson, Joseph, William, Benjamin
(2), John (2) and Samuel Mackie, Ruth Marsh.
Death: (2) Was deceased at the time of her daughter Phebe's wedding, 1775.

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Ann Hobson 5s.
(1) 1764, 4 Jul (7th mo.): Francis Hobson and Ann his wife of Ballyhagen Meeting, County Arma gh, Ireland received certificate of removal.
(1) 1765, 12 Jan (1st mo.): Received at Warrington Monthly Meeting, York Co.,
PA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.381,426.
(2) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.69.

!Birth: (1) d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Frances Hobson: (1) 25 9th mo. 1741, Ballyhagen Meeting House.
Among the signers were Francis Hobson, Ann Hobson, Joseph, William, Benjamin
(2), John (2) and Samuel Mackie, Ruth Marsh.
Death: (2) Was deceased at the time of her daughter Phebe's wedding, 1775.

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Ann Hobson 5s.
(1) 1764, 4 Jul (7th mo.): Francis Hobson and Ann his wife of Ballyhagen Meeting, County Arma gh, Ireland received certificate of removal.
(1) 1765, 12 Jan (1st mo.): Received at Warrington Monthly Meeting, York Co.,
PA. Parents: Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN.

Spouse: Frances HOBSON. Frances HOBSON and Ann MACKEY were married on 25 Nov 1741 in Ballyhagen, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:556905 Children were: Robert HOBSON, Mary HOBSON, Francis HOBSON, Phebe HOBSON, Ann HOBSON, Elizabeth HOBSON, Joseph HOBSON.


Anne MACKEY2,3 was also known as Mackie. She was born in Larg, Scotland.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32814. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A Crane's Foot," by E. Stuart Gregg, p.331.
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) 1:xviii,23.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Patrick Mackie of Larg.
Marriage to Alexander Hannay: (1,2)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A Crane's Foot," by E. Stuart Gregg, p.331.
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) 1:xviii,23.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Patrick Mackie of Larg.
Marriage to Alexander Hannay: (1,2) Parents: Patrick MACKEY.

Spouse: Alexander HANNAH. Alexander HANNAH and Anne MACKEY were married in , Scotland.2,3 Reference Number:564871 Children were: John HANNAH, Patrick HANNAH, Andrew HANNAH, Alexander HANNAH, David HANNAH.


Benjamin MACKEY2,3 was born in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30885. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Mary Williamson: (1) 1 2nd mo. 1742, Ballyhagen. Some of those who
signed the certificate were Joseph, William (2), John (2), Ann, Samuel, and
Benjamin Mackie.

(1) 1742: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh at the time of his marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to son Benjamin "My Cheese Press and no more having already Provided for him."[boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Mary Williamson: (1) 1 2nd mo. 1742, Ballyhagen. Some of those who
signed the certificate were Joseph, William (2), John (2), Ann, Samuel, and
Benjamin Mackie.

(1) 1742: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh at the time of his marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to son Benjamin "My Cheese Press and no more having already Provided for him." Parents: Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN.

Spouse: Mary WILLIAMSON. Benjamin MACKEY and Mary WILLIAMSON were married on 1 Apr 1742 in Ballyhagen, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:581330


Benjamin MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32811. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.425,427.

!Birth: (1) s/o John Mackey.
Marriage to Sarah Williamson: (1) 24 3rd mo. 1716, Ballyhagen Meeting. Among
those signing the marriage certificate were John Williamson and Jane, William,
Joseph and Ann Mackey.

(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, leaving to his wife the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and
dead within and without" and his house and land during her Life. After her
decease, her portion to fall to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally
divided between them. After his wife's third part is taken off, he gives one
half of what remains to his son Benjamin and his daughter Martha, to be
divided equally.
(1) 1716: Of Rockmackany, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh at the time of his
marriage.
(1) Resided at Drumore, Parish Mullobrack, Co. Armagh.[boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.425,427.

!Birth: (1) s/o John Mackey.
Marriage to Sarah Williamson: (1) 24 3rd mo. 1716, Ballyhagen Meeting. Among
those signing the marriage certificate were John Williamson and Jane, William,
Joseph and Ann Mackey.

(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, leaving to his wife the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and
dead within and without" and his house and land during her Life. After her
decease, her portion to fall to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally
divided between them. After his wife's third part is taken off, he gives one
half of what remains to his son Benjamin and his daughter Martha, to be
divided equally.
(1) 1716: Of Rockmackany, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh at the time of his
marriage.
(1) Resided at Drumore, Parish Mullobrack, Co. Armagh. Parents: John MACKEY.

Spouse: Sarah WILLIAMSON. Benjamin MACKEY and Sarah WILLIAMSON were married on 24 May 1716 in Ballyhagen, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:580698 Children were: Mary MACKEY, Jane "Jean" MACKEY, Joseph MACKEY, William MACKEY, John MACKEY, Jane "Jean" MACKEY.


Benjamin Franklin MACKEY19 was buried in Mackey Cemetery, Leesburg, Cherokee County, Alabama.19

Spouse: Sarah Ann ISOM. Benjamin Franklin MACKEY and Sarah Ann ISOM were married on 11 Jan 1872.19


Christian MACKEY377 was born about 1635 in Cumloden, Larg, Scotland.377 He died in Of Londonderry, N Ireland.377 Parents: James MCKIE.


David MACKEY377 was born in 1640 in Cumloden, Larg, Scotland.377 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]377 He died in Of Drumbo, Down, N Ireland.377 Parents: James MCKIE.

Spouse: Margaret PATTERSON. David MACKEY and Margaret PATTERSON were married on 15 Jan 1665 in Londonderry, Templemore, N Ireland.377 Children were: John MCKEE, David MCKEE, Mary MCKEE, Edward MCKEE.


Edna MACKEY.4,5

Spouse: Wilford Woodruff ADAMS.


Hannah MACKEY2,3 was born in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32262. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to __ Wicklow: (1)

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Hannah Wicklow one cow or 2 lbs. in case there is no cow.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to __ Wicklow: (1)

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Hannah Wicklow one cow or 2 lbs. in case there is no cow. Parents: Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN.

Spouse: WICKLOW. WICKLOW and Hannah MACKEY were married. Reference Number:607982


James MACKEY377 was born about 1620 in Cumloden, Larg, Scotland.377 He was also known as James Mackey.377 He died in Prob Londonderry, Londonderry, N Ireland.377 Parents: James MCKIE.

Children were: James MACKEY, Patrick MACKEY, John MACKEY, Thomas MACKEY, Neale MACKEY, Katherine MACKEY, Alexander MCKEE.


James MACKEY377 was born about 1638 in Of Larg, Of Minnigaff, Kirkcudbright, Scotland.377 Parents: James MACKEY.


Jane MACKEY2,3 was also known as Mackie. She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30068. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) 1:xviii,24.

!Birth: (1) Daughter and co-heiress of Patrick MACKIE of Larg by his wife
Agnes, daughter of Sir Patrick MACKIE of Larg..[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) 1:xviii,24.

!Birth: (1) Daughter and co-heiress of Patrick MACKIE of Larg by his wife
Agnes, daughter of Sir Patrick MACKIE of Larg.. Parents: Patrick MACKEY and AGNES.

Spouse: Samuel HANNAH. Samuel HANNAH and Jane MACKEY were married in , Scotland.2,3 Reference Number:564953


Jane MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 45885. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions Jane Mackie, d/o Samuel.[boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions Jane Mackie, d/o Samuel. Parents: Samuel MACKEY.


Jane MACKEY377 was born about 1634 in Cumloden, Larg, Scotland.377 She died in Of Londonderry, N Ireland.377 Parents: James MCKIE.


Jane MACKEY2,3 was born on 20 Apr 1704 in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32261. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) 20 2nd mo. 1704, d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to __ Frizle: (1)

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Jane Frizle 5s.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) 20 2nd mo. 1704, d/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to __ Frizle: (1)

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Gives
to Jane Frizle 5s. Parents: Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN.

Spouse: FRIZLE. FRIZLE and Jane MACKEY were married. Reference Number:605158


Jane "Jean" MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30926. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427. Cites: (a) Records
of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

!Birth: (1) d/o Benjamin Mackie of Drumore, Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh.
Marriage to Joseph Meredith: (1) 30 9th mo. 1740.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's daughters Mary
and Jean. Parents: Benjamin MACKEY and Sarah WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Joseph MEREDITH. Joseph MEREDITH and Jane "Jean" MACKEY were married on 30 Nov 1740 in , Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:582166


Jane "Jean" MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 45898. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427. Cites: (a) Records
of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

!Birth: (1) d/o Benjamin Mackie of Drumore, Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh.
Marriage to Joseph Meredith: (1) 30 9th mo. 1740.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's daughters Mary
and Jean. Parents: Benjamin MACKEY and Sarah WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Joseph MEREDITH. Joseph MEREDITH and Jane "Jean" MACKEY were married on 30 Nov 1740 in , Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:591523


Joann MACKEY.19 Parents: Stanley MACKEY and Elsie ROBERTS.

Spouse: RATHBUN. Children were: John RATHBUN, Mike RATHBUN.


John MACKEY2,3 was born in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32040. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Elizabeth Hinshaw: (1) 12 10th mo. 1733, meeting house near
Charlemont, County Tyrone, Ireland. Among the signers were John Mackie,
Elizabeth Mackie, Jacob Marshal, Thomas Greer, Benjamin Marshel, William Poell,
Thomas Griffith, William Mackie, Sarah Mackie, Joseph Marshel, Joseph Mackie,
William Allan, John Allan, Jacob Hinshaw, William Vance, James Morton.

(1) 1733: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh, Ireland at the time of his
marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Not mentioned in his father's will.[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o Joseph Mackey/Ann Sweethen.
Marriage to Elizabeth Hinshaw: (1) 12 10th mo. 1733, meeting house near
Charlemont, County Tyrone, Ireland. Among the signers were John Mackie,
Elizabeth Mackie, Jacob Marshal, Thomas Greer, Benjamin Marshel, William Poell,
Thomas Griffith, William Mackie, Sarah Mackie, Joseph Marshel, Joseph Mackie,
William Allan, John Allan, Jacob Hinshaw, William Vance, James Morton.

(1) 1733: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh, Ireland at the time of his
marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Not mentioned in his father's will. Parents: Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN.

Spouse: Elizabeth HINSHAW. John MACKEY and Elizabeth HINSHAW were married on 12 Dec 1733 in , Co. Tyrone, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:594076


John MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33348. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427.

!Marriage to Katharine Meredith: (1) 22 2nd mo. 1737, Meeting house at Lisburn,
Co. Antrim. Among the signers were John Meredith, Jacob Hinshaw, Benjamin
Mackie, John Hinshaw.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's sons John,
William and Joseph.
(1) 1737: Of Parish Loughall, Co. Armagh at the time of his marriage.[boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427.

!Marriage to Katharine Meredith: (1) 22 2nd mo. 1737, Meeting house at Lisburn,
Co. Antrim. Among the signers were John Meredith, Jacob Hinshaw, Benjamin
Mackie, John Hinshaw.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's sons John,
William and Joseph.
(1) 1737: Of Parish Loughall, Co. Armagh at the time of his marriage. Parents: Benjamin MACKEY and Sarah WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Katharine MEREDITH. John MACKEY and Katharine MEREDITH were married on 22 Apr 1737 in Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:629326


John MACKEY2,3 died in 1699 in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 He is reference number 31229. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.424-425. Cites: (a)
Records of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

(1) 1681: A John Macky of County Down had taken from him for tithe, by Hugh
Powell and Edmond MacElcoshker, two stooks of wheat, 11 stooks of oats and 2
stooks of barley, all woth 11s. (NOTE: May not be the same John Mackey, as
he lives in a different county.)
(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, calling himself "weak in body but perfect in memory." Leaves to his wife
the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and dead within and without"
and his house and land during her Life. After her decease, her portion to fall
to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally divided between them. After his
wife's third part is taken off, he gives one half of what remains to his sons
William and Joseph and his daughter Rebecca, to be divided equally. He leaves
the other half to his son Benjamin and his daughter Martha, to be divided
equally. His wife to be executrix. William Brownlee Jr. and William Gray to be
overseers and guardians. Directs that his body be buried in the "buering Place
in the mueny belonging to the meeting of balley hagen." Wits. Charles Brown,
Kellren Brown.
(1) 1699, 6 Sep (7th mo.): William Macky, David Kell, Joseph Mackey certify
that they have received "full satisfaction of our mother concerning our
father's will."[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.424-425. Cites: (a)
Records of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

(1) 1681: A John Macky of County Down had taken from him for tithe, by Hugh
Powell and Edmond MacElcoshker, two stooks of wheat, 11 stooks of oats and 2
stooks of barley, all woth 11s. (NOTE: May not be the same John Mackey, as
he lives in a different county.)
(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, calling himself "weak in body but perfect in memory." Leaves to his wife
the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and dead within and without"
and his house and land during her Life. After her decease, her portion to fall
to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally divided between them. After his
wife's third part is taken off, he gives one half of what remains to his sons
William and Joseph and his daughter Rebecca, to be divided equally. He leaves
the other half to his son Benjamin and his daughter Martha, to be divided
equally. His wife to be executrix. William Brownlee Jr. and William Gray to be
overseers and guardians. Directs that his body be buried in the "buering Place
in the mueny belonging to the meeting of balley hagen." Wits. Charles Brown,
Kellren Brown.
(1) 1699, 6 Sep (7th mo.): William Macky, David Kell, Joseph Mackey certify
that they have received "full satisfaction of our mother concerning our
father's will."

Children were: William MACKEY, Rebecca MACKEY, Benjamin MACKEY, Martha MACKEY, Joseph MACKEY.


John MACKEY377 was born about 1640 in Cumloden, Larg, Scotland.377 Parents: James MACKEY.


John MACKEY2,3 was born between 1739 and 1760.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32266. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Mackey, gs/o Joseph Mackey. Under 21 on 7 Apr 1760.

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Leaves
to grandson John Mackie, son of William, deceased, 6 lbs. when he is 21.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.426.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Mackey, gs/o Joseph Mackey. Under 21 on 7 Apr 1760.

(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his will. Leaves
to grandson John Mackie, son of William, deceased, 6 lbs. when he is 21. Parents: William MACKEY.


Joseph MACKEY2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30982. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427. Cites: (a) Records
of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's sons John,
William and Joseph.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.427. Cites: (a) Records
of Ballyhagen (Richhill) Meeting.

(1) 1735, 20 Dec (10th mo.): William Mackie of Rockmacreany, Parish of Kilmore,
County Armagh, made his will. Mentions his brother Benjamin's sons John,
William and Joseph. Parents: Benjamin MACKEY and Sarah WILLIAMSON.


Joseph MACKEY2,3 died in Apr 1760 in Kincon, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 He is reference number 32997. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.425-426.
(2) "Hinshaw Genealogy List," by Ralph Edward Pike, p.1. FHL #928,376 I3.

!Birth: (1,2) s/o John Mackey.
Marriage to Ann Sweethen: (1,2) 24 4th mo. 1703. (1) Ballyhagen (Richhill)
Meeting, co. Armagh, Ireland. Signing under the bridal couple were Richard
Mathewes, Alexander Sweethen, John Lennox, Thomas Toulerton, William Sweethen,
William Hampton, George Garner, William Allen, David Kell. Other witnesses
include Benjamin Mackey, John Blackburn, Matthew Whinery, William Hobson,
Martha Allen, Willliam Morton, Sarah and Hannah Sweethen, Margery and Mary
Keel, Mary and Mongow McKenell, Mary and Elinor Garner, John Williamson,
William and Abigail Gray, John Scott.
Death: (1) Will dtd 7 Apr 1760, proved 17 Apr 1760. Called himself "advanced in
years."

(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, leaving to his wife the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and
dead within and without" and his house and land during her Life. After her
decease, her portion to fall to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally
divided between them. After his wife's third part is taken off, he gives one
half of what remains to his sons William and Joseph and his daughter Rebecca,
to be divided equally.
(1) 1699, 6 Sep (7th mo.): William Macky, David Kell, Joseph Mackey certify
that they have received "full satisfaction of our mother concerning our
father's will."
(1) 1703: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, County Armagh, at time of marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, being advanced in age,
wrote his will. Proved 17 Apr 1760. Directs that he be buried in the
graveyard at Munny Hill. Leaves to son Benjamin "my cheese press and no more
having already provided for him." To grandson John Mackie, son of William,
deceased, 6 lbs. when he is 21. To Hannah Wicklow one cow or 2 lbs. in case
there is no cow. To Jane Frizle, 5 shillings. To Sarah Allen, 5 shillings.
To Martha Jackson, 5s. To Ann Hobson, 5s. To Margaret Fox, 4s. and check
reel. To John Keller "my clothes." Mentions sons Samuel and William Mackie.
Executors David Bell and Nicholas Rye. Wits. hew wat, David Kell, John Kell.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.425-426.
(2) "Hinshaw Genealogy List," by Ralph Edward Pike, p.1. FHL #928,376 I3.

!Birth: (1,2) s/o John Mackey.
Marriage to Ann Sweethen: (1,2) 24 4th mo. 1703. (1) Ballyhagen (Richhill)
Meeting, co. Armagh, Ireland. Signing under the bridal couple were Richard
Mathewes, Alexander Sweethen, John Lennox, Thomas Toulerton, William Sweethen,
William Hampton, George Garner, William Allen, David Kell. Other witnesses
include Benjamin Mackey, John Blackburn, Matthew Whinery, William Hobson,
Martha Allen, Willliam Morton, Sarah and Hannah Sweethen, Margery and Mary
Keel, Mary and Mongow McKenell, Mary and Elinor Garner, John Williamson,
William and Abigail Gray, John Scott.
Death: (1) Will dtd 7 Apr 1760, proved 17 Apr 1760. Called himself "advanced in
years."

(1) 1699, 11 Jun (4th mo.): John Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, wrote his
will, leaving to his wife the 3rd part of all his goods & chattels "quick and
dead within and without" and his house and land during her Life. After her
decease, her portion to fall to his sons Joseph and Benjamin, to be equally
divided between them. After his wife's third part is taken off, he gives one
half of what remains to his sons William and Joseph and his daughter Rebecca,
to be divided equally.
(1) 1699, 6 Sep (7th mo.): William Macky, David Kell, Joseph Mackey certify
that they have received "full satisfaction of our mother concerning our
father's will."
(1) 1703: Of Kincon, Parish of Kilmore, County Armagh, at time of marriage.
(1) 1760, 7 Apr: Joseph Mackie of Kincon, County Armagh, being advanced in age,
wrote his will. Proved 17 Apr 1760. Directs that he be buried in the
graveyard at Munny Hill. Leaves to son Benjamin "my cheese press and no more
having already provided for him." To grandson John Mackie, son of William,
deceased, 6 lbs. when he is 21. To Hannah Wicklow one cow or 2 lbs. in case
there is no cow. To Jane Frizle, 5 shillings. To Sarah Allen, 5 shillings.
To Martha Jackson, 5s. To Ann Hobson, 5s. To Margaret Fox, 4s. and check
reel. To John Keller "my clothes." Mentions sons Samuel and William Mackie.
Executors David Bell and Nicholas Rye. Wits. hew wat, David Kell, John Kell. Parents: John MACKEY.

Spouse: Ann SWEETHEN. Joseph MACKEY and Ann SWEETHEN were married on 24 Jun 1703 in Ballyhagen, Kilmore Parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:579780 Children were: Ann MACKEY, Benjamin MACKEY, Margaret MACKEY, Sarah MACKEY, John MACKEY, Martha MACKEY, Hannah MACKEY, William MACKEY, Samuel MACKEY, Jane MACKEY, Rebecca MACKEY.

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