|Birth: ||Sep. 8, 1802|
|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1882|
Deputy Court Clerk for Kenton County, Councilman of Covington, and member of the Covington School Board.
Leaving his native Greenup County, John Mackoy first arrived in Covington on June 10, 1829. After disembarking from the steam boat on which he had taken passage to Cincinnati, he boarded a skiff at the foot of Fifth Street. Landing in Covington at the foot of Garrard Street, he proceeded to Alexander Connelly's Tavern at the northwest corner of Second and Garrard Streets. His destination was the home of his brother-in-law Gustavus Fisher at 'The Cross-Roads' in Boone County, which he reached by taking Maj. Allen Gaines's stage line. Remaining in Boone and Grant Counties a short while, he settled in Covington in November 1830, where he and his brother-in-law operated a business on Greenup Street located where the Planters' Tobacco-House later stood.
The Licking Valley Register, Covington, Ky., vol. 3, no. 30, Saturday, February 17, 1844, p. 3, col. 5 (sub 'JOHN MACKOY'):
Deputy for Wm. A. Pendleton, Clerk of Kenton County. Office at the Store of Mackoy & Leathers. All person having Deeds in this office, which have been recorded, will please call and take them out.
The Daily Commonwealth, Covington, Ky., vol. 4, no. 259, Friday, April 7, 1882, p. 2, col. 3 (sub 'Death of John Mackoy, Esq.'):
Shortly after 8 o'clock last night, Mr. John Mackoy departed this life, at his residence, corner of Ninth and Madison streets, age 79 years. For the past thirty years he has been a regular member of the Presbyterian Church and for several years an Elder. He was born in Greenup county, Ky., Sept. 8th, 1802, and has lived in Covington since 1830. In 1838 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Hardia, of Virginia. Out of seven children three survive him, Mr. W. H. Mackoy, Dr. John Mackoy and Mrs. E. M. Nixon. The deceased was a member of the Pioneer Society who will attend his funeral in a body. For years he was engaged in the commission business on Pike street, and at times has been in business with Wm. Leathers, John T. Levis and John B. Casey. Mr. Mackoy has been Deputy County Clerk, member of the School Board and City Council. Funeral services will be held at the family residence 907 Madison street to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial private.
John Mackoy (1772 - 1843)
Levina Fuqua Mackoy (1775 - 1849)
Elizabeth Gravatt Hardia Mackoy (1817 - 1883)*
William Hardia Mackoy (1839 - 1923)*
Lewis Dixon Mackoy (1841 - 1871)*
John Mackoy (1844 - 1885)*
James Thornton Mackoy (1846 - 1847)*
Bettie Mackoy Lyon (1848 - 1878)*
Morton Pretlow Mackoy (1851 - 1872)*
Annie Lavinia Mackoy Nixon (1854 - 1882)*
Judith Woodson Mackoy Fisher (1795 - 1858)*
Moses Fuqua Mackoy (1800 - 1869)*
John Mackoy (1802 - 1882)
Sarah M. Mackoy Waring (1804 - 1826)*
Nancy B Mackoy King (1812 - 1895)*
Thomas R Mackoy (1814 - 1875)*
Linden Grove Cemetery
Plot: Range R, Mackoy Lot
Created by: Todd Whitesides
Record added: Mar 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86779398