Benjamin G. McWilliamsMary Harriet Harness

Charles Richard BushMahala Elizabeth McWilliams

Flora Elizabeth Bush

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Children with:
George Kerr Mackie

Clara Evelyn Bush

Martha Mackie
David Charles Mackie
Elizabeth Christina Mackie
George Kerr, Jr. Mackie
Thomas James Mackie
William Robert Mackie
Flora Elizabeth Bush
  • Born: 10 Jan 1876, Georgetown, Clear Creek, CO
  • Married 27 Jun 1894, Scammon, Cherokee, KS, to George Kerr Mackie
  • Died: 8 Oct 1952, Lawrence, Douglas, KS

    pict462.jpg [140x193] Flora Elizabeth Bush - taken in Cherokee, KS
    1910 United States Federal Census about Flora Mackes
    Name: Flora Mackes
    [Flora Mackie]
    [Flora Macker]
    [Flora Bush]
    Age in 1910: 34
    Estimated Birth Year: 1876
    Birthplace: Colorado
    Relation to Head of House: Wife
    Father's Birth Place: New York
    Mother's name: Elizabeth Bush
    Mother's Birth Place: Kentucky
    Spouse's Name: Weak Mackes
    Home in 1910: Scammon Ward 2, Cherokee, Kansas
    Marital Status: Married
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Weak Mackes 42
    Flora Mackes 34
    Elizabeth Mackes 14
    Martha Mackes 11
    David Mackes 9
    Geo H Mackes Jr. 5
    Thomas J Mackes 1
    Elizabeth Bush 54
    Nera Dural 16

    Died of breast cancer.

    Flora and her sister Clara married George and younger brother John Mackie.
    [Obituary - Newspaper unk.]
    Mrs. G.K. Mackie Dies
    Widow of Coal Operator a Long Time Lawrence Resident

    Mrs. George K. Mackie, a long-time resident of Lawrence, died this morning at her home, 1125 W.Campus Road., Funeral arrangements are awaiting the arrival of relatives.

    Mrs. Mackie was the widow of George K. Mackie, coal operator in the Pittsburg area and well known among indistrialists of Kansas. The family came to Lawrence about 1915 and shortly thereafter built a large residence at 1941 Mass. St., which was the family home for many years. Following Mr. Mackie's death bout 1928, Mrs. Mackie continued her residence there until she sold the house to the Lawrence Woman's Club, Feb. 1, 1937.

    Mrs. Mackie is survivied by two daughters, Mrs. Joe E. Daniels, Pelham, N.Y., and Mrs. C.B. Carmain, Lawrence, and by four sons, David Mackie, Kansas City; George K. Mackie, Jr. Pittsburg; Dr. Thomas J. Mackie, New York City; and William R. Mackie, Kansas City.
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