James Mackie Birth: Mar. 4, 1828 Death: Nov. 20, 1903 Family links: Spouse: Catherine Montgomery
Mackie (1841 – 1922)* Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery Toronto Toronto Municipality Ontario, Canada Plot: M, Created by: Kellylm
Record added: Jul 16, 2015 Find A Grave Memorial#49380921
Standing Left to Right. Kathy Gaertner- My Uncle Mack's first wife. Katherine Wallace, called Cocky. Bob Schnoor- husband of Barbara Wallace, called Bobbi. Lee Mackie Woodruff- My Uncle Mack. Charles Herbert Woodruff- My Uncle Chuck. Margaret Woodruff Withey- Mom. Georgianna Wallace, called Georgie. Seated Left to Right. Helen Woodruff, Wife of Uncle Chuck. She is holding son Bobbie. Nora Judd Powers called "Nono", Moms Grandmother. She is holding Mary Katherine Woodruff, called Mimi, Daughter of Uncle Chuck and Aunt Helen. Barbara Wallace Schnoor- Wife of Bob Schnoor, called Bobbi, Holds son Judd. This picture was taken at 445 Cherry Street.
Lee Mackie Woodruff and Louise Finlatter? Second marriage.
Sept 1953 Beachwood Drive Grand Rapids. Bill is holding Baby Doc
Chuck, Peg and Mack Woodruff
Lee Mackie Woodruff and Louise
Built in 1845. Amazing
Above is the Charles Fox castle in Grand Rapids Michigan. The home next door with the red roof is the Damon Hatch home which was owned by my Mother’s side of the family for many years, Charles B. Judd and Georgianna R. White. My mothers great grandparents. 455 Cherry Street Grand Rapids Kent Michigan. The Architectural design of this home was way before its time considering it was built in 1845 for Damon Hatch!!!! Today this home looks the same although it's an office building. My Mom spent lots of time in this home when she was growing up and she remembers it very well. The home next door is the Fox Residence. Below is the Withey Mausoleum located in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.
Very modern for it's time. Built in 1845
The Home Guard
Mom and dad sitting on the couch with Grandfather Lee Mackie Woodruff holding Thurber. On the back row left side is uncle Mack and Aunt Lois. Below wearing the white shirts- Tom on the left and Lee on the right. On the back row right side is Uncle Chuck and Aunt Helen. Below them are their children. From left to right- Bobbi, Mimi, Chuckie and Jamie. Moms Mother "Bill" is sitting on the chair on the right and Bill's mother "Nono" Nora is sitting with young Doc.
Some where there’s a picture of Grandfather holding big fish and Bing Crosby holding a little tiny fish
This is a great picture!!!
Whistler Blackcomb British Columbia 1983- Divine intervention. Amazing !!!!
At the Brown’s Home after visiting Grandma Louise Woodruff. 1980's
Bottom row on floor left to right-Bob Schnoor and Robert Woodruff. Second row seated right to left- Tom Woodruff, Kathy G. Woodruff,
Georgianna Wallace, Nora Powers "Nono" holding baby? Margaret Woodruff, Katherine Wallace. Top row standing left to right- Bob Schnoor,
Barbara Wallace Schnoor, Margaret Wallace, Lee M Woodruff, Katherine Woodruff "Bill", Charles Woodruff, Helen M. Woodruff, Lee M Woodruff Jr. Baby girls left to right- Sally Schnoor and Mimi Woodruff
Bride Katherine Olive Powers, Harriet Sexton, Dorthy Dexter, Ruth Reynolds? verify order
Rev. John Lothrop was the father of Jane Lothrop/Lathrop who married Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower.
Rev. John Lothrop/Lathrop's house still stands in Barnstable and is part of the Sturgis Library. Among the artifacts of Rev. John Lothrop is his bible.
Children of Jane Lothrop and Samuel Fuller: Hannah, Samuel, Elizabeth, Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Sarah, John, and a child whose name is not recorded but who died 15 days after birth.
Samuel Fuller came on the Mayflower at the age of 12, with his father Edward Fuller. (He should not be confused with Doctor Samuel Fuller, his uncle, who also came on the Mayflower). Samuel's parents both died the first winter at Plymouth. Samuel was apparently raised by his uncle, and became a freeman of Plymouth in 1634. He married in Scituate the next year to Jane Lothrop, the daughter of Rev. John Lothrop and his first wife Hannah Howes. He and wife Jane would raise their family initially at Scituate, before moving sometime shortly before 1641 to Barnstable. He would live out the next forty years of his life in Barnstable. His probate records of 1683-1684 indicate that his wife predeceased him. He also bequeathed an Indian named Joel to his son John.