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James H. Mackie
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Birth: Jul. 22, 1909
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 14, 1909
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Fifth child of Charles Dickerson Mackie and Mary Ellen Quinn. Died of marasmus & chronic indigestion (failure to thrive). Poor little guy. He was my uncle. All of his siblings were born in Worcester, but then they moved to Pittsfield, Massachusetts about 1917 until the 1950's. So baby James' parents were buried in St. Joseph's in Pittfield, Mass.
On this MACKIE/ROWEN gravestone which is
near the Administration Building:

Charles Dickerson Mackie 1875-1948
His wife
Mary Ellen Quinn 1873-1944
Baby James H. [Mackie] 1909-1909
[buried in Worcester, Mass.]

Judith Rowen 1930-1962
Wife of Jean-Louis Pauzat

Gordon C. Mackie 1899-1967

Paul Logan Mackie 1908-1973
His wife
Natalie T. Enright 1904-1978

William M. Rowen 1898-1975
His wife
Mabel W. M[ackie]. Rowen 1904-1986

Charles D. Mackie II
U. S. Air Force,
Nov. 29, 1936-Jan. 2, 1996
Charles Dickerson Mackie I is my maternal grandfather. He was born in Oakland, California in 1876. This was the year of the country's centennial celebration, note the flag he is holding in the photo.

Charles' parents were returning from several years in the merchant trade business in Shanghai, China. They returned to Bridgeport, Connecticut, where Charlie was raised.

Charles married Mary Ellen (Minnie) Quinn in 1895 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, quietly in the rectory of Sacred Heart Church, as he was not a Catholic at that time.

They made their home in Worcester, Massachusetts from about 1897 to 1916. After a short time in Cromwell, Connecticut, the Mackies finally settled in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Charles had his own florist shop there in the 1920s to the 1950's (his son Paul taking over).

They had six children: Gordon, Clarisse (Sr. Mary Beata), Mabel (married Rowen), Paul, baby James, and Anne (Nan) my mother (married Enright, then Gustin).
Family links: 
  Charles Dickerson Mackie (1876 - 1948)
  Mary Ellen Quinn Mackie (1872 - 1944)
  Gordon Charles Mackie (1899 - 1967)*
  Mary Beata Clarisse K. Mackie (1901 - 2006)*
  Mabel Winifred Mackie Rowen (1904 - 1986)*
  Paul Logan Mackie (1908 - 1973)*
  James H. Mackie (1909 - 1909)
  Anne Mackie Enright Gustin (1912 - 2001)*
*Calculated relationship
Saint Johns Cemetery
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Section Nazareth, Range 12, Plot 116
Created by: Chris Enright Snyder
Record added: Jan 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47296916
James H. Mackie
Added by: Chris Enright Snyder
James H. Mackie
Added by: Chris Enright Snyder
James H. Mackie
Added by: Chris Enright Snyder
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