Duncan Morin McKenzie1
#941, (1883 - 1941)
|Father||Duncan M McKenzie2 (1835 - 1907)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Inkster2 (c 1845 - 1892)|
|Relationship||Grandson of William Inkster|
|Charts||Descendants of John Inkster & Abigail Marion|
Elizabeth Inkster & Duncan M McKenzie descendants
Children of Duncan Morin McKenzie and Ethel (-?-)
|Birth||Duncan Morin McKenzie was born on 29 May 1883 in Bruce Township, Bruce County, Ontario.|
Details from the certificate: Duncan Marnes, son of Duncan McKenzie, farmer, & Elizabeth Inkster, informant Duncan McKenzie Farmer 5 Concession Bruce, registered 19 June 1883.2,3
|(with Parents) 1891 Census||Morin appeared on the 1891 Census of Bruce Township, Bruce County, Ontario with his parents. He was 8, born in Ontario, father born in Scotland, mother in Ontario, and religion Canada Presbyterian.4|
|(with Father) 1901 Census||Duncan M McKenzie appeared on the 1901 Census of Tiverton, Bruce County, Ontario in the household of his father. Duncan was 17, born May 29, 1883 in Ontario and was a labourer, earning $220 for 12 months labour at home (as opposed to a factory).5|
|1901 Census||He appeared on the 1901 Census of Algoma, Ontario. Morin was a boarder with the Laird family, age 19, single, born May 1883 in Ontario, Scotch, Presbyterian, labourer who worked 2 months for $50.6|
|(Informant) Death||Morin McKenzie registered the 1907 death of his father Duncan M McKenzie.1|
|Marriage||Duncan Morin McKenzie married Ethel (-?-) circa 1916.7,8|
|1921 Census||Duncan Morin and Ethel McKenzie appeared on the 1921 Census of Red Deer, Alberta, at 5th Street North. They rented their 3-room wood residence for $10. Duncan was 29, born in Ontario, father born in England, mother in Scotland|
Ethel was 21, born in England, parents born in England, immigrated in 1900
Their children were Lloyd Duncan (4, born in BC) and Georgina Ethel (2, Alberta).9
|Note.||On 9 October 1923, he entered the United States by automobile at Oroville, Washington. His previous residence was Merritt, British Columbia.10|
|Passenger List||Duncan M and Ethel McKenzie were listed at the border crossing at Oroville, Washington 9 Oct 1923. Information from the document: Duncan was 39, a laborer, able to read and write, of Scotch origin, Canadian citizen, last residence Merritt, BC. His nearest relative in Canada was his "sister n l" Mrs Jack Baxter of Everett, Alberta. Ethel was 23 and of English origin. Their destination was Everett, Washington and they had three children: Lloyd Duncan (6), Ethel Georgina (4), and Alfred Herbert (2).8|
|Marriage||Duncan Morin McKenzie married Dora Amaryllis Shull on 27 Dec 1928 in Friday Harbor, San Juan County, Washington.|
Information from the marriage return: Duncan M McKenzie, 45, white, second marriage, residence Everett, birthplace Ontario, laborer, father Duncan McKenzie, mother Eliz. Ingster;
Dora A Schull, 39, white, first marriage, residence Friday Harbor, birthplace Port Townsend, father Daniel Schull, mother Emma Shade.
They were married by W A Hitchcock and the witnesses were Alvia F Carter and Hazel Carter.3,11
|1930 Census||Duncan M and Doris McKenzie appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Lowell, Snohomish County, Washington, enumerated 15 Apr 1930. They owned their home, valued at $2800. Duncan was 46, first married at age 33, born in Canada, father born in Scotland, mother in Canada. He was a chipperman in a paper mill and his year of immigration was not recorded. Doris [sic] was 41, first married at 40, and was born in Washington. They had one son, Alfred H McKenzie, age 8.7|
|Naturalization||Duncan Morin McKenzie filed his declaration of intention on 7 Nov 1931 in Superior Court, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. His residence was 5619 2nd Street in Lowell. He was a Paper and Pulp Mill worker, age 48, medium complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair, 6'1", 175 pounds. His wife was Dora Amaryllis McKenzie and children were Ethel Georgena residing at Chelan, Washington and Alfred Herbert residing at Lowell. Other information is as recorded in his 1940 declaration.12|
|Naturalization||He petitioned for naturalization on 30 Jan 1940 in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. His application was witnessed by George B Baird, minister, and Frank Buckley, overseer at mill, both of Lowell. The petition was continued by request until 12 September 1940, then until 12 December 1940. It was dismissed for lack of prosecution without prejudice Dec 13, 1940.3|
|Residence||On 30 Jan 1940, Duncan Morin McKenzie lived in 5619 2nd Street, Lowell, Snohomish County, Washington, and he worked in a pulp and paper mill.3|
|Death||Duncan died on 22 Jan 1941 in Lowell, Snohomish County, Washington.|
The index recorded that he was 57, father Herbert Mckenzie, mother Elizabeth Inkster, wife Dora Mckenzie.13
|Burial||He was buried in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington.14|
|Last Edited||25 Jun 2014|
- Death Registrations of Ontario, 1869-1938. Image viewed at Ancestry.com. Duncan M McKenzie, #007428-07.
- Birth Registrations of Ontario, Canada. Image viewed at Ancestry.com. Duncan Marnes McKenzie, #003112-83.
- Naturalization papers of Duncan Morin McKenzie, dated 13 January 1940, Superior Court of Snohomish County at Everett, Washington, document viewed at Ancestry.com.
- 1891 Census for Canada. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com. Ontario, Bruce West (53), Bruce Township (a-2), page 4.
- 1901 Census for Canada. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com. Bruce W (50), Tiverton (i), page 6, line 30.
- 1901 Census for Canada. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com. Ontario, Algoma (44), Desert Lake (H-1), page 3.
- 1930 Federal Census for United States, Washington, Snohomish County, Lowell, Roll 2519, ED 85, Page 3A. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Border Crossings: from Canada to U.S., 1895-1956, images (www.ancestry.com) "Duncan M McKenzie family, 1923."
- 1921 Census for Canada. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com. Alberta, Red Deer, SD 51, Page 8.
- Naturalization papers of Duncan Morin McKenzie, dated 13 January 1940, Superior Court of Snohomish County at Everett, Washington, document viewed at Ancestry.com", Certificate of arrival issued at Seattle 9 October 1931."
- Duncan M McKenzie & Dora A Shull marriage, San Juan County Auditor, Marriage Records, 1874-1914, 1923-1939, Washington State Archives, Digital Archives, http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov
- Naturalization papers of Duncan Morin McKenzie, dated 13 January 1940, Superior Court of Snohomish County at Everett, Washington, document viewed at Ancestry.com", Declaration of Intention, 7 November 1931."
- Washington State Indexes to Deaths, 1907-1960, online at Washington State Digital Archives site, Duncan Morin McKenzie, 1941.
- Website Find A Grave.